Richard Bulliet: The self-balancing vehicles that are fast becoming a craze are illegal in the United Kingdom and banned in New York City, but here to stay.
A Donald Trump caucus-night indicator in Iowa, a big decision for Rand Paul, hopes for a backlash at the Bernie Sanders campaign, and a State of the Union guest's 2009 predictions about an Obama presidency -- those are just some of the future headlines in the "Inside Politics" forecast.
A man interrupted Donald Trump's speech here on Monday with three words that struck at the core of the Republican presidential front-runner's brand.
Leading Democrats on Capitol Hill are fuming at the White House after federal law enforcement launched raids deporting families back to unstable Central American countries over the Christmas holidays, and are demanding a face-to-face meeting with President Barack Obama.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz does not plan to authorize a special force to deport the undocumented immigrants currently in the country, he told CNN's Jake Tapper, setting up a policy contrast with Donald Trump.
Chris Hughes, the Facebook co-founder who bought "The New Republic" in 2012 and precipitated the greatest staff exodus in the magazine's history, announced Monday that he would be selling the company.
Regardless of whether North Korea really tested a hydrogen bomb, there are still serious long-term implications to what took place this week.
The ICRC's Dominik Stillhart suggests five New Year's resolutions that those fighting wars could commit to that would truly make a difference in the year ahead.
In the early 1980s until the mid- to late 1990s, HIV/AIDS was a death sentence. That is no longer the case, but laws and public attitudes have failed to keep up.