We need laws that will empower contractors and freelancers without risking taking away the work they count on.
Despite the optics, the financial situation now is very different than the one banks faced in the recession.
The former defense secretary should learn from George Marshall about weighing silence against warning of a clear and present danger.
Netanyahu lost in April, forced a rerun and lost even worse. Now the only question is will he step away into retirement, or toward trial and potentially prison.
What's the difference between 10,000 people being killed in air strikes, and a bunch of missiles taking out an oil processing facility for a few days? Money.
The evil of ecological devastation is directly connected to the evils of systemic racism, poverty and inequality, and the distorted moral narrative that prevents us from addressing these issues.
If the primarily wealthy, white activists gathering in New York really want to fight the climate crisis, they should hear what we have to say.
The art-of-the-deal president might finally have a national security advisor who'll enforce his preferences instead of undermining them.
From North Korea to Venezuela, the "Art of the Deal" seems to have eluded the president. The recent attack on Saudi oil infrastructure, however, gives him a chance to shine through.
There is a large, diverse, exciting crop of smart GOP candidates throughout the country, seeking to bring new blood to Congress.
As a Navy officer, I led an investigation into claims of sexual assault. Kavanaugh should be treated no differently than that sailor.
Tim Voors walked the entire length of America in a 2,650 mile hike from Mexico to Canada - here's why.
Help conserve rare species while aboard a luxury cruise through the Ecuadorean archipelago made famous by Darwin
The Pangolin, quite possibly one of the strangest and most unique animals in the world, is on the verge of extinction.
The extreme environments of galaxy clusters can strangle galaxies to death, but the precise mechanisms are unclear.
Over 3,200 people have died from measles in the Central African country since the start of 2019.
President Trump is stuck between a rock and a hard place: he can't ignore an attack on a major ally and on the global oil market, but a military response, even of the "proportionate" variety, risks escalating the conflict.
There is a clear path forward to saving the Amazon—one that includes governments, companies, civil society, scientists, indigenous people and consumers with the support of the international community.
The private and public sectors must work together to develop the breakthrough technologies needed for a clean energy transition. Putting a price on carbon is needed because demand drives innovation.
True, we can vote him out of office in 14 months' time. But he could end the world in seven and a half seconds.
African countries only account for 2 percent of coal demand, yet are willing and compelled to take a different path. If the smaller, poorer and vulnerable countries can do it, so can you.
This decision risks creating two Watchlists for two classes of people—Muslims in the U.S. and Muslims everywhere else.
How should parents deal with those who labor so joyously to create a world in which a large portion of humanity will perish?