Trump’s budget would end all U.S. support for family planning in developing countries.
His tweet betrays a president in a blinding rage over the Russia investigation.
When the Second Amendment becomes the guiding principle of American civic life.
UN report says the killing and maiming of children remains the most prevalent violation of children’s rights in Yemen.
What stood out in the Manchester conference is how bereft the party is of ideas, or even of leaders.
The fate of the Kirkuk oil fields is intertwined with that of a free Kurdistan.
The Supremes are about to decide on whether the ban is constitutional.
Deductible local taxes are fundamental to our Federalist tradition.
Trump’s wall depends upon the compulsory purchase of thousands of acres of private land.
He is the first American citizen to be detained as an enemy combatant by his own government in almost a decade.
Russian officials are predicting more storms ahead.
“In a free exchange of ideas, the best will ultimately win out,” Hefner wrote.
100 samples of Martian space rock have allowed scientists to better understand the history of our neighboring planet.
Hef sold 50,000 copies of his first issue almost immediately thanks to his Monroe cover.
The USSR was a colonial power from the moment its troops first crossed into Ukraine.
Neil Buchanan writes that the U.S. tax system may be far from perfect, but it is good enough.
Chinese activists were arrested for investigating labor abuses at a factory that makes shoes for Ivanka Trump.
The message to the United States is clear. Countries dissatisfied with U.S. leadership have choices.
A nasty international incident has broken out in the world of airplane sales.
Richard Epstein concludes that there are some good ideas. And some hostages to fortune.
Trump’s inner circle is increasingly concerned about where the investigations could lead.
The NBA All-Star game has been sluggish for years but adding team captains has a shot at giving fans an actually competitive matchup.
Smaller countries wishing to secede have declared themselves pro-EU.
We halted flow of all tar sands bitumen in U.S. pipelines, equal to 15 percent of daily US oil consumption.
In Hungary, Slovakia, Poland, and Czech Republic, the public is more sympathetic to Putin than Merkel.
Abuse included waterboarding, beatings, confinement in coffin-like boxes, exposure to extreme temperatures, severe sleep deprivation.
Obama advised Putin military intervention in Syria would entrap him in a “quagmire.” Putin is now sinking into Quagmire 2.0.
Fearful of lawsuits, universities have banned students under 18 from interning in labs or volunteering in clinics.
Is the West ready for a new wave of deadly cyberattacks?
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin is always ready to defend Donald Trump.