Expanding the Secret Service workforce would afford each agent and officer the time to participate in increased training, thereby making the agency more effective.
In making history digestible to the masses, it cannot be junk food that fills a void: temporarily satisfying and intellectually deficient.
In a stunning show of unity, the U.S. and the African group joined forces to reject the outcome document.
The reality is this: if we really wanted to assess students, we’d do it the Montessori way: one child at a time, one skill at a time, and with only a slight sense of urgency.
What are the Chick-fil-A-phobes so afraid of?
The Christian belief in hell has developed over the centuries, influenced by both Jewish and Greek ideas of the afterlife.
Mushrooms have been used as food and sometimes as medicine for centuries.
America doesn’t have a gun problem. It’s enduring a crisis of inappropriately treated mental illness that began decades ago but has worsened in recent years.
The U.S. cannot afford to subsidize carbon free energy in the developing world.
Going off to college might be a source of anxiety for some students, but once a student is on campus it shouldn’t be a total drag.
Young children are strikingly less cautious when making character judgments.
Our modern homeschooling freedoms come with the responsibility to protect those freedoms.
Our pledge to halve malaria will lead to 650,000 lives being saved.
Research has shown that marijuana, while still criminalized at the federal level, can be effective as a substitute for treating opioid addicts and preventing overdoses.
At the federal level, possession and the use and sale of marijuana remain illegal, 29 states and the District of Columbia now allow medicinal marijuana to be sold for the treatment of specific diseases.
As it was, the attackers took 13 precious lives, injured 24 other students and teachers, and left a scar in our nation’s soul that remains with us still.
Would you get on a plane that didn’t have a human pilot in the cockpit?
Our kids go to school to learn math and science, not how to duck and cover.
To understand why debt is so integral to household financial health, it’s helpful to look at what happened during the 2008 financial crisis.
Climate change is rapidly warming the Earth and altering ecosystems on land and at sea that produce our food.
Homeland Security’s misinformation—implying that elections were hacked—betrays a lack of trust of local election authorities and a lack of communication with them.
Unconscious bias training has become a popular approach to diversity education.
Raúl Castro stepped down in observance of the two-term limit for senior government and party officials that he himself mandated in 2011.
Miguel Diaz-Canel, set to replace Raul Castro as president of Cuba after sixty years of Castro rule, will be faced with the challenges of implementing economic reform and sidestepping regional isolation.
Over the last half-century, some $22 trillion has been spent on anti-poverty programs and yet the percentage of poor in this nation remains unchanged.
Whatever you think of any immigration policies or other issues surrounding this case, one thing is clear: Gorsuch faithfully applied fundamental constitutional principles and upheld the rule of law.
Cohen has claimed that because he is an attorney—for Trump and others—some of the seized files may be entirely off-limits to the government.
We have dealt with Russia’s intrusion for years—ever since the break-up of the Soviet Union.
President Donald Trump recently said he was open to returning to the Trans-Pacific Partnership, but only if he could get a “substantially better” deal than his predecessor.