The Biden administration is trying to shore up SNAP, a mainstay of the safety net, as part of its new plans.
Muslim women say the practice of wearing masks during the pandemic has given them more confidence to wear religious face coverings in public.
India's most populous state has brought in a law to police interreligious marriages, known as the 'love jihad' law. Here is what that means.
Information about the Holocaust may be easy to find online, but the best sites offer artifacts and authentic accounts from people who survived the experience, a Holocaust scholar argues.
The crowds that stormed the US Capitol on Jan. 6 were not just engaged in an effort to support Trump. The symbols they carried were of an extreme form of anti-Semitism.
A race-changing scandal raises suspicion about the motivations of 4,580 newly elected city council members and mayors who only recently began to identify as Black.
Though it started as a series of conspiracy theories and false predictions, over the past three years, QAnon has evolved into an extremist religiopolitical ideology.
Ore Koren is a scholar of civil conflict and political violence. He reacts to the events that unfolded at the US Capitol on Wednesday.
With vaccines forthcoming for most Americans, many groups — including expectant mothers — are wondering if the vaccine is safe for them and their babies. A physician-scientist explains.
Shifting from fossil fuels to electricity is climate-friendly, but serious cooks don't think much of electric stoves. Will induction cooking finally catch on as an alternative?