The announcement serves no interest at all, other than the political interests of Trump and Netanyahu.
The Labor Dept wants to rescind the rule that makes tips the property of servers, not owners.
The Christian Right has responded to social progress by arguing for intolerance on 1st Amendment grounds.
Trump made $19.7 million from his Washington DC hotel between September 2016 and April 2017.
Why did it take complaints from seven women before anyone took his sex abuse seriously?
The Supreme Court just green-lit the president's Islamophobia.
The left has a chance to be right on values and right on politics. That's a rarity.
President Trump is simply stating the obvious about the holy city.
Maybe she’s just too ambitious to be a supporter of other women
"Any sudden changes would cause irreparable harm," write the ancient city's Christian representatives.
Study indicates storytelling has played an important adaptive role in human societies to promote cooperation and define social norms.
Saleh recognised the need to come to the table. Now the Houthis must too, writes Yemen's ambassador to the U.K.
By saying nothing so far, Trump has maintained the encryption-rich status quo.
Texas State President Denise M. Trauth said the column was “racist” and its themes “abhorrent.”
70 percent of Americans can’t understand the science section of the New York Times.
Moderating the patent monopolies to allow more competitive generic drugs would do the trick.
The president's anti-Muslim retweets could corrode the very fabric of our government.
Fifteen universities, 1,000 schools, 28 TV channels, 66 newspapers, 19 magazines, 36 radio stations, 26 publishing houses, and five news agencies have been shut.
The church is standing in the way of the burial of the czarevich, Alexei, and his sister Maria.
Israel is watching the situation across the Syrian border with interest.
Even in conflict and displacement settings, sexual violence is more likely to be perpetrated in the home than by a soldier or another stranger.
Saudi Arabia led the military intervention to reinstate Saleh's deputy Hadi as the legitimate ruler.
Only one out of 42 economists surveyed believe GDP will be substantially higher a decade from now.
The move may give Iran and other anti-US forces a reason to go after moderate Arab governments.
A campaign to convince the world not to compete with serial cheaters would attack Russian national pride.
They think having 13 million lose their health insurance is ‘moderate.’
Senators tend to stick to party lines, whatever the offence.
Is there a legal difference between content of a communication and tracking its whereabouts?
Neil Buchanan writes that it was never true that what's good for General Motors is good for America.
Will his mother Sonia continue to pull the strings?