The ties between Double Dutch and hip-hop can be traced to Nelly's "Country Grammar," Missy Elliott's "Gossip Folks" and "Throw It Back," and the Cartoon Network animated series Craig of the Creek.
The U.S. is enduring its worst poultry health disaster, with some 52.7 million birds dead. Unlike another recent outbreaks, this one has lasted through the summer — and it's still going strong.
The Dutch were favored and higher-ranked but the U.S. had found ways to keep moving on during the World Cup. But the Netherlands' high-powered offense was too much for the Americans.
A relative red wave in New York U.S. House races helped tip the balance of power in Congress. But several winners were moderate Republicans with little appetite for far-right provocation.
South Carolina will be the first primary in the nation in 2024, followed by New Hampshire and Nevada, then Georgia and Michigan.
Broadway-legend-in-training Stephen Sondheim was a college sophomore in 1948 when his musical Phinney's Rainbow was produced — and recorded — at Williams College in Massachusetts.
A red wave in New York House races helped tip the balance of power in Congress. But a new class of moderate Republicans could struggle if GOP leadership takes up a far-right agenda.
"Carol of the Bells" is a Christmas staple in the U.S., but it was written by a Ukrainian composer and first came to the U.S. 100 years ago — when Ukrainians were fighting for freedom.
Yoel Roth was a top executive at Twitter, until he resigned in early November. He says people need to "very thoughtfully and carefully weigh the costs and benefits of using Twitter."
It's not just high-profile figures who have spouted anti-Semitic language recently. Attacks and harassment against Jewish people have been on the rise, according to researchers.
Jeffries will replace Rep. Nancy Pelosi as the top elected Democratic leader. He represents a generational shift and faces challenges in a GOP House in January.
Under the chaotic changes unleashed by Elon Musk, Twitter users in the U.S. are confronting problems that have long plagued the social network in other parts of the world.
Twitter CEO Elon Musk is taking issue with the App Store's fees. But if Musk follows through with his plan to welcome back banned Twitter users, Apple could simply remove Twitter from the App Store.
From sci-fi to the streets, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors considers a policy proposal on whether the San Francisco Police Department can use robots as a deadly force.
Democrats had better than expected midterm elections in 2022, partly because of their ability to draw votes from rural areas. These voters could create new battlegrounds in 2024.