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.
Clinton’s digital ad chief urges tech companies to be more transparent about their customers.
The richest 10 percent are responsible for half of global fossil-fuel emissions.
The self-righteous drive to make others suffer for not living Evangelical beliefs appears unstoppable with Trump in power
It’s disheartening to see law enforcement agencies more concerned with lining their pockets than fighting corruption.
Chinese authorities systematically target and criminalize human rights lawyers and civil society.
Just because the agreement partially expires in ten years is no reason to terminate it now.
A new report makes one key point: our voting systems are not secure.
It took fully one hour and 20 minutes from the first sounds of gunfire for the cops to breach the doorway.
It’s common for actresses to be paid less than their male co-stars. And there are very few women directors and producers.
Trump cannot both oppose Iranian regional domination and resign himself to Assad remaining in Syria.
Others are thinking about doing what Corker did. Sounding the alarm. They think Trump’s nuts. Unfit. Dangerous.
A monitoring group has claimed that more civilians have been killed in airstrikes under Trump than under Obama.
Stories say the people of Easter Island's destroyed the landscape before turning to cannibalism. The truth is far more sinister.
Trump's "locker room talk" could come straight out of the middle ages.
Qatari Finance Minister writes that the disruption is a catalyst for new commercial and diplomatic opportunities.
The superstition will disrupt $800 million worth of business that would otherwise have taken place today.
Italy, Austria, Spain, Greece, Cyprus see the sanctions as a problem.
The latest visa move targets a key NATO ally and undermines an already tense relationship.
Street prices of cocaine and heroin have been falling for years, a good indication that plenty is still crossing our borders.
Many lobbyists are taking advantage of out-of-date federal lobbying laws to avoid registering themselves.
The World Bank president has ingratiated himself by forging an alliance with Ivanka on women’s empowerment.
Savvy investors bid up the share price of gun makers in anticipation of increased demand, increased sales, and thus better short-term profits.
It’s an open secret that Trump is a walking constitutional crisis. Is there a constitutional remedy?
A prisoner at the camp in Cuba calls on the president to end his ordeal.