We've reached the portion of the 2020 presidential election where you're going to start seeing a lot of polls. It's going to be overwhelming. It's easy to be overwhelmed by them and to understand which ones to should take seriously and which ones to should ignore.
Russians are casting votes to pick regional legislators and officials in an election seen as a serious test for the pro-Kremlin United Russia party. About 160,000 candidates are seeking seats in local parliaments and 20 regions are electing a new governor, according to the Central Elections Committee.
In Lewis Carroll's 1865 storybook for children of all ages, Alice jumps down a rabbit hole. It spools into a Wonderland where eating a cake can make you grow nine feet tall. A place where rabbits wear waistcoats and kid gloves. Where Dodo birds set the rules for running races. And where the grinning Cheshire Cat sits in a tree and tells Alice that if you don't care where you're going to wind up, it really "doesn't matter which way you go."
A British-Iranian mother and charity worker Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe could face an additional year in an Iranian prison as new charges are filed against her, her lawyer has said.
Forty-six years ago this month, President Gerald Ford made one of the most controversial announcements in American political history: He pardoned Richard Nixon.
Poll of the week: A new Monmouth University poll finds that former Vice President Joe Biden holds a 51% to 44% lead over President Donald Trump among likely voters. Among registered voters, it's Biden 51% to 42% for Trump.
Taking the stage at a rally in Nevada Saturday night, President Donald Trump didn't hold back.
Tropical Storm Sally is expected to be a Category 2 storm at landfall near New Orleans on Tuesday morning.
Canada's Brooke Henderson charged into the joint lead with Nelly Korda at the second women's major of the season with a seven-under 65 in the third round of the ANA Inspiration on Saturday.
A United States Marine convicted of killing a transgender woman has been released from prison and deported from the Philippines on Sunday, after President Rodrigo Duterte granted him an "absolute pardon" earlier this week.
A paralyzed adventurer designed a mountain bike for people with disabilities to explore the outdoors
Nearly 25 years ago, Christian Bagg was snowboarding in Canada's Banff National Park when he crashed and broke his back, leaving him paralyzed from the waist down.
Two Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department deputies were shot while in the city of Compton on Saturday night, according to the department's official Twitter account.