Meeting Israelis of all backgrounds is the best cure for extreme hatred I see online from those whose experiences have all come through the filters of social media.
It seems as though the Left believes the chief symptom of West’s mental illness is his support for conservative causes.
With the Saudi monarchy still not prepared to tell the world what happened to Jamal Khashoggi, America must act decisively.
Despite the big talk, the Israeli military and Netanyahu, who ultimately make the decisions, have been very reluctant to take action that will lead to an all-out war.
Sky survey vastly expands the number of FRBs—radio signals produced by hugely energetic but unknown sources.
In the absence of Iran and Iraq as two major powers in the region, no collective security project will be effective.
Look at the living standards of most Americans, and you get a very different picture.
Venus's surface is an inhospitable wasteland. But its upper atmosphere is much like Earth.
A viral video has alleged that avocados, almonds, melon, kiwi or butternut squash are not suitable for strict vegans.
What if it turns out that those who aren’t in the top 1 percent or the top 10 percent have benefitted remarkably from globalization and liberalization of regulation?
A survey asked Americans to evaluate movies with abortion as a theme, and rank them according to how comfortable they were with the way the issue was handled.
Reports of mosquitoes three times bigger than normal emerged soon after Hurricane Florence passed.
Kim’s actions suggest that his real objective is to delay U.S. actions against him until he can build a coercive nuclear weapon force with dozens of ICBMs to directly threaten the United States.
Instead of focusing on true challenges, Israel repeatedly responds to problems of its own making.
If I am detained—and I have been—the last thing I want is someone releasing off-the-record conversations I've done about my presumed captors.
This is not a challenge that can be left to climate scientists—it is a battle that must be joined by all those with an interest in our future survival.
House and Senate Republicans have morphed into Trump acolytes and toadies—intimidated, spineless, opportunistic.
Rather than consider today as a time to disparage “dead white males,” let’s rebrand the holiday as a celebration of the accomplishments made by immigrants.
The media, as has become typical, divided into roaring camps, one of which argued that Kavanaugh could do no wrong, while the other argued that he could do no right.
The authors of this latest hoax have done a real service to those in the general public who still believe that college liberal arts programs search for knowledge.
At a time like this, the world needs leadership from the United States, which over the years has led global efforts to resettle refugees.
The battle of Idlib, the rebels’ last major bastion, will ultimately be fought as Aleppo was, leading to its recapture by the Assad regime.
Pope Francis needs to be honest that the Church does not have a zero tolerance policy on clergy child sex abuse.
If FBI investigators were diligent, they read the memoir by Kavanaugh's prep school friend—because it raises a lot of questions.
What bisects America so fundamentally today that some are talking about a second civil war?
The Kavanaugh hearings were more a Rorschach test than anything else, revealing more about us—the American people—than the innocence of the accuser or accused.
Families of celebrities can find themselves caught in the “reflected glory” of fame.
The drama that took place in the Kavanaugh-Ford hearings on September 27 was a window into our bullying culture of privileged white men.
Stoicism originated in Ancient Greece but its lessons may still be just as valuable today.
Dendrocnide moroides is covered in hairs that produce "the worst kind of pain you can imagine."