In Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's first two days in the nation's capital, she was mistaken for an intern and mocked for her clothing.
- by Christal Hayes
Few noticed it, but one of the wins in last week’s US midterm elections was for attempts to strip politicians of their power to game the electoral system.
- by Matthew Knott
Have you ever wondered, in this #MeToo era, where it all began? Why and how did patriarchy come about?
- by Melissa Fyfe
The charging of the WikiLeaks founder could significantly advance the probe into Russian interference in the 2016 election.
- by Matt Zapotosky & Devlin Barrett
Facebook initially hired Definers to monitor news about the social network. Then it expanded its relationship.
- by Jack Nicas & Matthew Rosenberg
A US couple's feel-good story about a homeless veteran who helped the woman after she ran out of petrol on a highway exit ramp was allegedly a ruse to defraud donors.
- by Eli Rosenberg
Miles Scott, 10, who was diagnosed with leukemia when he was one, had his dream realised when Make-A-Wish staged several events for him based on Batman's exploits.
- by Allison Klein
Several minutes into intermission during a musical about Jewish traditions, a man stood up, raised him arm in a Nazi salute and started to shout.
- by Lindsey Bever
Liberal philanthropist George Soros has called on Facebook to initiate an independent, internal investigation of its lobbying and public relations work.
- by Hamza Shaban
The fresh barrage comes after Trump spent the last three days meeting with his legal team, crafting answers to written questions from Robert Mueller.
- by Maggie Haberman
Roberto Moreno Ramos became the 21st inmate put to death this year in the US.