Before the referendum, some Kurds were assured by unnamed Americans the US would accept the result.
Environmentalists use endangered species as a pawn in the land management debates.
By embracing torture, we handed a great victory to Al-Qaeda, ISIS and other enemies. It’s a lesson we should remember or face great peril
His departure would lead to the Third Spanish Republic, new governments in Madrid and Barcelona, and to a constitutional assembly.
Emory Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia, is penalizing a two-year-old for the sins of his father.
The War on Drugs has created more casualties than every mass shooting in the US combined.
The EPA chief on the Paris Accord, fossil fuels, clean water, clean air, economic growth. . . .
These kids grew up in America. It is immoral to now put them in the crosshairs of deportation.
Ice shelf thinning has accelerated in recent decades, with ice loss of up to 18 percent in vulnerable areas like the Amundsen and Bellingshausen Seas.
90 percent of Catalans voted for independence on October 1, but the turnout was only 43 percent.
“War is easy, peace is hard” is particularly true in the war against ISIS, where little thought has been given to the day after.
A tweet will not protect the 800,000 Dreamers – but passing the DREAM Act will.
Trump seems to thrive on chaos, the rest of the world less so.
The Vegas massacre offers a chance to get rid of a loophole that allowed the shooter to kill so many so quickly.
We need to remind ourselves of the basics—valuing people as equals should not mean suppressing our differences.
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?