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Venezuelans need help, but the international community agrees that the US should stay out; its motive is provocation, not aid.

House Democrats will file a resolution today seeking to block President Trump's emergency declaration.

A wide-ranging disinformation campaign aimed at Democratic 2020 candidates is already underway on social media.

Only 27 percent of Americans under the age of 45 are able to demonstrate a basic understanding of American history.

The Southern Poverty Law Center says hate groups in the US have increased by 30 percent in the past four years.

"For my seventh birthday, Mickey Mouse gave me a Pontiac Firebird." Examples of when someone really was one in a million.

Yosemite National Park gains a “firefall” in February, when the setting sun makes a waterfall look like molten fire. (Previously, “firefalls” referred to shoving campfires off a cliff. Really.)

This winter's heavy rainfall may cause a "superbloom" of wildflowers in California—a compilation of helpful resources for hikers.

California state employees and taxpayers may be surprised to learn that they’re some of the biggest investors in the National Enquirer.

The popularity of "stick framing" in construction has led to a boom across America of identical blocky mid-rises.

For the first time, digital advertising will be bigger than TV, radio, and print advertising combined in the US this year.

A data-dive from the Oscars finds that when women win an award, they, on average, only speak half as much as the men who win.

Comedian Steve Treviño on Mexican-American representation in Hollywood.

Reclaiming the word “woke.”

After opposing subsidies for Amazon, why did the New York Times editorial board change its mind?

Every photo taken by the Des Moines Register at the Iowa state wrestling tournament.

A random city/song generator. "It might not be a good song, but hey: not all cities are either but we still love them."

New findings uncover a forgotten generation of late 19th-century Italian pizza makers in America.

Chivalry originally had nothing to do with women. It was all about a knight’s obligations to the church, his lord, and his horse.

In case you need this today: Photographs of cats on glass.

A backlash forms against proclaiming love for the Oxford comma in your Tinder profile.