While disgraced yoga guru Bikram Choudhury hides out in Mexico amid allegations of rape and harassment, women all over the world are still giving him their money.
And Democrats controlling the Virginia state legislature in 2020 would have long-lasting effects for the party nationwide.
Last year, Sharon Hirsch lost her race for the Texas House by fewer than 400 votes. Now, she's ready for another fight in 2020.
Last month's explosion at a 150-year-old oil refinery in Philadelphia could have forced 1.1 million people to evacuate.
In a diverse and crowded Democratic race, candidates are bringing their records of managing — or mismanaging — cases of police brutality with them.
The 2020 presidential candidate's Restoring Justice Initiative would aim to free federal prisoners “serving unjust and excessive sentences."
After facing criticism from fellow presidential candidates, the former vice president now says he supports repealing the Hyde Amendment.
The former vice president is "very close" to deciding whether or not he'll join a crowded race for the 2020 Democratic nomination.
The Democratic senator equated Omar's words with extreme Islamophobia "that incites violence" a day after three leading presidential candidates defended Omar.
If the former vice president decides to run in 2020, he'll need to answer for his past policies on abortion.
Harris should not be let off the hook for her record on sex workers’ rights. But prominent Dems supporting decriminalization is a new development.
The Washington Post reported in 1992 that Richard Cullen was a member of the Country Club of Virginia, which did not have a black member until that year.
In a HuffPost interview, Dorsey stood by his controversial apology to the Fox News commentator after Twitter labeled her "far-right."
Tami Morris feared the worst after the Camp fire wiped out her mother’s town, but a HuffPost article helped her track her down.