How Gerrymandering Works
Every 10 years, the U.S. Census counts state population. In most states, state legislatures then redraw the political maps.
Why do we eat cranberries at Thanksgiving?
How did this fruit end up becoming such a Thanksgiving staple?
Exploring the impact and history of US foreign aid
As Congress debates aid for Ukraine and Israel, we examine the impact and historic significance of U.S. foreign aid compared to other nations.
Why are school buses yellow?
Exploring the origins of the iconic big yellow school buses that transport around 26 million children across the U.S.
Scientists find planets in nearby solar system have unusual orbit
Scientists wanted to study star HD110067 after noticing dips in the star's brightness. They were not disappointed.
Kroger approaching finish line on acquisition of Albertsons grocery
Kroger and Albertsons told the Federal Trade Commission on Nov. 15 that their merger substantially complies with antitrust rules.
Is border security really on the cusp of passing in Congress?
Not much has changed from a border policy standpoint as of late, but there's a chance something may change in the coming weeks.