The parallels between government and the themes of popular dystopian novels are striking. Every day, kids are being killed on the streets, in their schools, and at the movies.
It comes at the expense of people with disabilities who require plastic straws.
Officials found 95 graves beneath at the site of a new school in April.
The narrative of the south as a place filled with people—as Obama once opined—who cling to their Bibles and their guns, is still the prevailing one.
Research has shown that the language of male dominated societies reveals the desire to control and discipline the behavior of women.
The research could one day target multiple age-related diseases at once.
He’s creating a new form of trickle-down economics—where the benefits go to corporate executives and major investors, while the costs and risks land on the rest of us.
Tiger Woods' is making a comeback and many Americans can relate.
Counter protestors are expected to outnumber protestors three-to-one Sunday in Washington for the Unite the Right 2 rally.
Forty-eight percent of Americans think “most news outlets have a liberal bias.”
Malgorzata Gersdorf has been one of the main targets of the government’s campaign against judges. But with a champion who refuses to remain silent, the people of Poland are taking a stand.
It is up to Israel to develop a strategy that will bring medium-term peace to southern Israel.
The irony is that married women with children could be the primary drivers for either party.
Owners could sneak them through metal detectors—the potential risk is significant.
Around a third of the food produced in the world is never eaten, and food systems account for 20-30 percent of greenhouse gas emissions.
Russian attacks on our democracy are a clear threat aimed at the heart of America, but Trump is more concerned with his wall.
Atomic bombs, which devastated two Japanese cities, pale in comparison to the power of nuclear weapons today.
The UAE is becoming a major power-broker, putting the control of ports and maritime trade routes at the center of its strategy.
Cambodia, a development darling, was supposed to be the poster child for nation-building—but reality turned out very, very different.
New Orleans shootings have spiked in the searing summer, with 34 shootings, 7 deaths in 2 weeks.
It’s time to retire the myth that the youth tsunami will change everything.
Musk's Mars ambitions have started to look more like fantasy.
The Trump administration is considering freezing future federal vehicle efficiency standards.
What I, and many in the Israeli public, did not take into account was the reaction of Israel’s non-Jewish minorities to this bill.
Alabama's Nick Saban is the highest paid, most successful coach in college football. It makes him loathed by many fans. But there are lessons we can learn from Saban's leadership style.
The further to the left the Democrats go, the easier it will be for Republicans to displace them.
America, as the planet’s most powerful nation, can offer crucial help.
Chuck Taylor got his name on a sneaker because he just may have been one of the greatest salesmen in American history.
Propagandists use this nonsense phrase to undermine democracy.
Israeli economy is on the up and up—and yet it's engaged in war on two fronts and is passing increasingly undemocratic laws.