In part because of her own experience being targeted with online harassment and threats, Tracy Chou launched Block Party, a startup that aims to help people feel safer on social media.
The House voted Thursday to approve the bill to add and expand protections for LGBTQ people in the Civil Rights Act. Here's what it would do and why it's controversial.
Where will the GOP turn in its hour of crisis? If the past is any guide, it will turn to the wellsprings of strength that have brought the party back from the brink before.
In recent weeks, short sellers were painted as the enemy, when hedge funds bet against stocks like GameStop. It set off a tug of war between small investors and Wall Street shorts. The hate isn't new.
The former president is set to be acquitted as soon as Saturday despite a compelling and extensive case made by Democrats, as most Republicans once again circle the Trump wagon.
The first three days of the Senate impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump went about as well as they could have for Democratic House impeachment managers.
Twitter is turning to its users to help find and flag misinformation with a new pilot program called Birdwatch, combining crowdsourcing and consensus.
"Cancel culture" attacks are everywhere among Republicans: Marjorie Taylor Greene's defenders say the left is cancelling her. Others claim they're being canceled for not standing by Donald Trump.
The attack on the Capitol continues to cast a shadow over Congress as both a building and an institution, as it remains either the subject or subtext of most every political discussion in Washington.
The president is not waiting around for Republicans to come around to his sweeping $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief package. "We can't do too much here. We can do too little," Biden said Friday.
The president is pledging "unity," but the word means different things to different people. For him, it appears to be about tone, not necessarily direction.
There is little precedent for a former president running again, let alone winning. But since when has the lack of precedent bothered Donald Trump?
Some Republicans are arguing that former President Donald Trump should not face a Senate impeachment trial because he's a private citizen. That was argued before — and rejected narrowly — in 1876.
Critics say by publicly releasing the document, the Trump administration was trying to bind the Biden administration while confirming China's worst fears about U.S. intentions.
An Air Force investigation revealed that the left engine of the aircraft failed. The two pilots onboard mistakenly shut down the right engine and were unable to glide back to base.