"Newsweek" speaks with Women for Afghan Women's executive director, Manizha Naderi.
Colorado is home to gun-huggers and pot smokers, pro-lifers and atheists—but running for the middle ground.
Even the Mormon Church is profiting from land leases as low as $2 an acre, the Rainforest Action Network says.
The billionaire's promise is a big win for RNC Chair Reince Priebus.
Harvard law professor Lawrence Lessig says if he can crowd-fund a million dollars, he'll seek the Democratic nomination.
Many of the biggest challenges in the modern world involve science, so doesn't it make sense to hear what the presidential candidates think…and know?
Young voters, more likely to be in deep college debt, are an important part of the Democratic coalition.
Holmes's legal team made the argument that he is insane and thus cannot be held guilty for his actions.
A little-known band of scientists are scanning the sky for killer asteroids and drawing up plans to save the world.
Republican politicians now often echo conspiracy theories once relegated to troglodyte pamphlets.
The Florida Republican now says he would not have supported the Iraq War if he knew the intelligence was bad.
The boycott of the PEN American Foundation for honoring Charlie Hebdo is misplaced.
The Clinton women speak in New York and stick to a favored cause: women's rights.
The 'Into the Wild' author offers an important, graphic look at how campuses mishandle rape, but never gets to why.
Midwest governors are proudly becoming union busters, and one of them thinks that stance will get him into the White House.
A new book examines what shaped the men who launched the Boston Marathon attack.