Not since Reagan’s first year in office has change and disruption come so fast from the White House.
The AG offer Senators a new account of how he engaged with Russian officials.
Xi Jinping will likely lead for another five years—but then what?
Emma Stone, Melissa McCarthy and Julianne Moore lend their voices to an anti-NRA PSA, but they need the help of stars loved by conservatives.
First, Interior Secretary Zinke wants to privatize campgrounds in national parks.
Substituting tough talk about JCPOA for hand-wringing about civilian slaughter in Syria is business as usual.
Are We About to Witness a ‘Kurdish Spring”? Or a “Kurdish Fall”?
ISIS will continue to encourage low-budget terror attacks in North America and Europe.
The LAPD is launching a squadron of drones to monitor criminals.
Today the AG is grilled by Senators about his Russia links. He has many awkward questions to answer.
Senate Republicans have voted for Trump’s legislative positions 93 percent of the time.
Psychiatric medications are being overprescribed, but in some cases, these drugs save lives. We need a more nuanced approach to treatment.
Moscow wants forces only along the line of contact, Kiev in the separatist territories and on the Russia border.
Trump has willingly abandoned America’s claim to moral authority, boldly asserting “America First.”
Or was it just a shot across the bows? And did they even notice?
Logging every twist, turn and tweet in Trump’s efforts to halt the Russia Investigation.
He is not withdrawing the US from the deal (not yet, anyway).
He faces a grilling by a Senate committee on Wednesday.
Many predict that the entire health care market will implode without the subsidies.
DoJ lawyers insist Secret Service doesn’t keep visitor logs. So who’re the guys taking names?
Scots nationalists are invoking Catalonia to resurrect pro-independence ideas that have fallen out of favor among Scottish voters.
From Iraq to Syria to Yemen, Iran is sponsoring change through funding terror.
The policy is quite moderate and could advance American national security interests.
Neil Buchanan writes that behavioral economists have shown people "consistently behave in ways that defy economic theory."
The dozens of deaths may jolt the public into demanding remedies.
Republicans blaming Democrats for obstructionism is no longer a legitimate excuse.
As Secretary of State she reneged on a key US deal with Israel.
Militant groups including ISIS and Al-Qaeda are active across Africa.
Both men and women rate funny people as more attractive, too.
'Big Bang Theory' actress reacted to Harvey Weinstein's uncovered history of sexual assault by publishing a disturbing New York Times Op-Ed about beauty standards in Hollywood.