But only the original books, not the Disney adaptations.
The US has more shots available than willing arms while those in the developing world are dying.
A quirk in our system combined with shrewd gamesmanship will give them unprecedented power.
Nine months after what seemed like the end of his political career, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam has mounted a comeback,
Virginia voters don’t like Donald Trump, or Republicans in general, very much right now, and that could translate into Democrats taking control of the state legislature for the first time in nearly 30 years.
Justice Ginsburg has some kind words for her two newest co-workers, perhaps to the surprise of many of Ginsburg’s own supporters.
Congress is considering a bill that would establish a commission to examine the issue of reparations for slavery.;
Another Friday, another political mess for the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller is reportedly looking at the President’s Twitter feed as part of his ongoing investigation.
Donald Trump hinted that he’s considering a pardon for Muhammad Ali, but Ali doesn’t need a pardon.
After hastily removing the House Chaplain under unclear circumstances, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan has reversed himself.
A Duke history professor uncovers “stealth plan” by “fifth columnists” who are seeking to overthrow democracy in the U.S. for their plutocrat masters.
The Kentucky Senator and medical doctor claims an undergraduate degree he doesn’t have.
Always as many military personnel identify as Independents as with the GOP.
Two Duke University academics make an incredibly weak, ultimately unpersuasive, argument in favor of eliminating midterm elections by changing the length of Congressional terms.
People possess a strong reciprocity instinct and are much more likely to purchase a product if they’ve taken a free sample.
Once again, President Obama’s attempt to communicate a foreign policy vision falls short.
Thanks to the Supreme Court, your DNA cannot be patented.
Mal Moore, who was part of ten football championships at Alabama, has died at 73.
“Who owns Sherlock Holmes?” The answer is . . . complicated.
Questions about why the Obama administration pretended the attacks on our Embassy in Libya were a spontaneous reaction to a video rather than a coordinated terrorist attack are gaining steam.
The athletes gathered at the London Olympics have sacrificed much of their lives training to excel at their sports. But most also have extraordinary genetic advantages.
A new set of proposed Constitutional Amendments reveals that many people still don’t understand what Citizens United was about.
The Pentagon is frustrated that the Obama administration doesn’t “seem to understand what military force can and cannot do.”
Ken Levine has some advice for aspiring writers: Forget about slaving over plots and character development. Instead, sleep your way around campus and write about it.
Having a computer in the home does not have a significant impact on academic achievement, according to several new studies.