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WASHINGTON - On the night in 2008 when Barack Obama was elected the country's first black president, many Black Americans wept. Eight years later, they weep again for the end of an era some thought they would never live to see - and for the uncertain ...
Most Americans know that the agency is responsible for agriculture, farming, livestock, forestry and natural resources. However, most of its budget supports numerous nutrition programs, including supplemental assistance (SNAP) and the school lunch ...
In March 2013, when he began his papacy, 57 percent of Americans held a favorable view of Francis. Now 70 percent say they think favorably of him.
For transgender Americans, our recently gained access to health care and insurance, protections that have been transformative for many transgender students, housing and employment protections, and efforts to rein in police misconduct and protect trans ...
While some of the policies haven't been updated since 1982, others have been changed, reflecting radical developments in technology over the past three decades and the CIA's effort to be more transparent and protect Americans' privacy and civil ...
THE 2016 election marked a coming-out party for conservative Chinese-Americans, who offered Donald Trump some of his most passionate support among non-whites.
The Slants want to register its name, arguing they are reappropriating a slur against Asians. But some Asian Americans are conflicted about whether it is worth opening trademark law to disparagement.
"I've seen you, the American people, in all your decency, determination, good humor and kindness. And in your daily acts of citizenship, I've seen our future unfolding," he said.
To Trump, these "forgotten Americans" are the white working-class Rust Belt voters who catapulted him to the presidency, people who see themselves as an aggrieved silent majority whose diminished social and economic status never gains the attention of ...
He cast Trump as America's savior, the answer to all Americans' prayers and the victor of a grueling slog of a campaign despite, he said, "a barrage of Propaganda that left us all breathless with anticipation, not knowing if God could reverse all the ...
As Donald Trump approaches his inauguration, young Americans have a deeply pessimistic view about his incoming administration, with young blacks, Latinos and Asian Americans particularly concerned about what's to come in the next four years.
An expansion of powers that would have allowed the government access to Americans' browsing history and email records has been dropped from the latest intelligence authorization bill.
Trump's path to building a coalition with black Americans is simple. First, stop tweeting BS. Second, Trump needs to understand that meeting with black people - I can't even call them leaders, just African-Americans nobody listens to like Steve Harvey ...
International research conducted by polling company YouGov suggests that a majority of people in Britain and Germany want full body and face veils to be banned - but only a minority of the American public feels the same way. According to YouGov's ...
Donald Trump has long used twitter as a replacement for press conferences, where uncomfortable and inconvenient questions might be asked of his highly dishonest narrative.
(AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais). FILE - In this Oct. 24, 2016 file photo, the healthcare.gov 2017 web site home page as seen in Washington.
Migration patterns for 2016 show that Americans tended to move away from high-tax states and into states where residents keep more of what they earn.
After spending much of last year worrying about the outcome of the presidential race, a recent survey by one of the nation's largest life insurance companies found Americans have made New Year's resolutions that reflect a hope that a brighter financial ...
Americans Overwhelmingly Say It's OK To Criticize The President. Especially if he's from the other party. 01/18/2017 03:47 pm ET | Updated 16 hours ago.
There's no question that the US government's approach to handling sensitive data could stand an update to acknowledge the online age, and the CIA is taking a stab at it.
More generally, Americans are divided as to whether Donald Trump will serve the interests of his family and businesses, or those of the American people, when he becomes president. partisan differences also run large on this question. Among Republicans ...
A year of photographs from parades on the nation's streets, where communities become visible to themselves. Photographs by George Georgiou.
Most of the attention given to a new Washington Post/ABC News poll has centered on the finding that Donald Trump will take office as the most unliked president of the last four decades, making him historically unpopular.
By Sarah Dutton, Jennifer De Pinto, Fred Backus, Kabir Khanna and Anthony Salvanto. Russian Interference in the 2016 election. Most Americans - 57 percent - now think that Russia tried to interfere in 2016 presidential election, though not all think it ...
A new report estimates that 18 million Americans could lose health insurance coverage within the next year if Obamacare is repealed.
Fifty-five percent of Americans think Barack Obama was a good president, including 30 percent who think he was a very good president.
As Donald Trump approaches his inauguration as president, young Americans have a deeply pessimistic view about his incoming administration, with young blacks, Latinos and Asian Americans particularly concerned about what's to come in the next four ...
Continued investments in international climate action are in America's interests as recognized by faith-based, business, security, and development groups.
Psychologists at Princeton University and Memorial University of Newfoundland have found that how Americans view social mobility affects their willingness to defend the basic underpinnings of American society -- such as social and economic policies ...
WASHINGTON (AP) - insurance premiums would soar and some 18 million Americans would lose health coverage if Republicans partially repeal President Barack Obama's health care law without a replacement, Congress' nonpartisan budget office ...
A majority of Americans believes that Russia interfered in the 2016 election, a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll has found.
... Americans are increasingly convinced global warming is happening and are more worried about it," lead Yale researcher Anthony Leiserowitz said.
As this administration draws to a close, Audrey Edwards is packing as fast as the Obamas. By January 20, Inauguration Day, she'll be nearly 6,000 miles away from Brooklyn not watching the festivities in Paris.
Most young Americans are concerned about the media's ability to report on Donald Trump and his efforts to obstruct coverage of his administration, and most think it's at least somewhat likely he will make it harder for Americans to express dissent.
In fact, according to a new report from the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), older Americans now carry an "unprecedented amount of student loan debt into retirement.
It has been 10 weeks since Donald Trump was elected president, and more Americans disapprove (48 percent) than approve (37 percent) of the way he has handled his presidential transition.
In these divisive political times, the American public actually has a pretty unambiguous message for Donald Trump: "Cool it with the tweets.
United States' Reilly Opelka celebrates a point win over Belgium's David Goffin during their first round match at the Australian Open tennis championships in Melbourne, Australia, Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017.
Rural Americans experience "barriers to health care access" that can include "a lack of preventive and screening services, treatment of illnesses and timely urgent and emergency services," the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said in ...
Right-wing activists from the U.S. are working to enshrine discrimination outside our borders. Thankfully, local activists are fighting back.
America runs a world order that might have some collateral benefits for other countries, but is largely built around U.S. interests: to enrich America and American business; to keep Americans safe while creating jobs and profits for America's military ...
"The overwhelming majority of the American people - including many people who voted for Mr. Trump - support the ideas that we're talking about," insisted Sanders.
President-elect Donald Trump told the Washington Post he's nearly done with a health insurance plan to replace Obamacare -- but he's not giving any details yet -- and that has a lot of Americans worried. As a child, Barbi Appelquist survived liver cancer.
The number of older Americans taking on student debt on behalf of their children and grandchildren has quadrupled in the past decade, with consumers 60 and older now holding $66.7 billion in student loan debt, according to a new report by the Consumer ...
On a recent October morning in the White House mailroom, on the ground floor of the Executive Office Building just beside a loading dock, 10 interns sat at two long tables, each trying to get through 300 letters.
NEW YORK (AP) - As Donald Trump approaches his inauguration, young Americans have a deeply pessimistic view about his incoming administration, with young blacks, Latinos and Asian Americans particularly concerned about what's to come in the next ...
rumors of the death of world markets in the event of a Donald Trump election apparently were greatly exaggerated. The Dow Jones Industrial Average has stormed higher.


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