Scotland's independence referendum was voted down by its citizens, but they were not the only people with thoughts of breaking away on their minds. Which other groups worldwide have secession in mind?
Trace examines the benefits and drawbacks of legalizing weed, looking at states that already have laws on the books permitting its use.
Piles of cash go to parties and pet causes on both sides of the political spectrum. Where do the big-donor philosophies differ, and is there any common ground?
Though protests are at the moment still peaceful, the situation is tense in Pakistan, as citizens express displeasure with their government.
Missouri's governor has called in the National Guard, thanks to the current unrest in the city of Ferguson. Who makes up the National Guard and what exactly is it? Tara has the answers in this explainer.
It's massively in debt, to the tune of 17 trillion dollars, but the United States is still considered the wealthiest nation on Earth. Wait, what? Explain, please.
We've all seen people who text while driving and do everything except pay attention to the road. Sounds like we need a law, right? California banned hand-held cell phonery while driving back in 2008, but it doesn't seem to have helped.
Tara sketches out what a world post-Net-Neutrality might look like, depending upon how things shake out in Washington.
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