Could outgoing President Trump's many supporters rise up and overthrow a Biden-led government, as the South rejected President Lincoln's election with a massive uprising?
There are two new COVID-19 vaccines that appear to be more than 90% effective. Here's an explanation of the technology that distinguishes them from traditional inoculation methods.
The pandemic has put a spotlight on an uncommon yet increasingly noticed disorder. But even in an era of health and home goods shortages, extreme clutter is not what you might think.
Death by suicide is the second most common form of death for veterans under age 35. But being there as friends and neighbors for veterans (and for everyone) can really brighten their prospects.
Explaining what the polls — and many of the candidates too — keep getting wrong about the United States' largest minority group.
Every big election triggers distress for some people. Here are some ways to help manage the turbulence and uncertainty of an unpredictable electoral process.
Mexican philosophers have a unique term for the peculiar anxiety you may be sensing, amid the overwhelming dizziness that arises from sociopolitical disintegration.
That extra hour of sleep you'll be getting comes with a price. The American Academy of Sleep Medicine recently said the status quo is bad for our sleep.
The vote tally to decide the next American president may be disputed. Five scholars provide a history of turbulent US elections and explain what happens when an outcome is challenged.
In 2016, America's adversaries cheered electoral chaos and a withering faith in democracy. Now they seem to be hoping democracy can topple a leader they've grown loath to accept.