This coup attempt—which is exactly what it is—has nothing to do with evidence or any single accusation.
A 2018 government report confirmed that a slew of products and services targeting women cost more than those for men. It is time for lawmakers to change that.
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver's remarks reveal a growing respect for the sports community's right to advocate for the causes they care about. And yes, that includes international human rights.
By moving to impeachment, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi gave up all her advantages and opened a nightmare for the Democrats.
Make no mistake: How we as a nation are responding to the Ukraine whistleblower matters.
Even as a tense nation focuses on the scandals of the Trump administration, let's not lose sight of the deep policy changes we need.
President Donald Trump has betrayed America's allies, damaged Turkish-American relations and potentially created the conditions for a return of ISIS.
Just ten years ago, steps towards cleaner energy could have been easily dismissed as greenwashing – polluters' corporate PR. Not today: Key Russian exporters are keen to make themselves indispensable for Europe's green future.
The justified backlash against tech giants here in Silicon Valley is a visceral reaction to the ongoing attacks on America's institutions and values. We must step up to protect our elections, privacy and free speech.
Despite loud protests about American betrayal, core U.S. national security interests in war-ravaged Syria were always narrow and specific: destroy the Islamic State's physical caliphate.
Computer simulation shows 300,000 years is more than enough time for a new human species to arise.
Cosplayers filled Javits Center to the rafters for a jam-packed NYCC 2019.
A look into the wedding party of Hailey and Justin Bieber as their famous friends like Kendall Jenner share pictures from the celebration.
Tim Voors walked the entire length of America in a 2,650 mile hike from Mexico to Canada - here's why.
The proceedings under Presidents Nixon and Clinton sought the truth rather than partisan advantage.
Trump is like a child caught with his hand in the cookie jar: denying his hand was there, blaming whoever caught him, blaming the cookies, throwing a tantrum, daring parents to do anything about it.
Teens do not fully understand risk and consequences, and are easily influenced. But they are also more likely than adults to change and rehabilitate themselves. Lee Boyd Malvo has a constitutional right to try.
Trump may see a deal with Kim as his best chance for a major victory. But fallout from our domestic politics is so toxic it might scuttle the agreement—no matter its terms. This would be a massive mistake.
Abortion clinics are already extremely face—requiring them to have hospital admitting privileges will only make it worse for women.
The pterosaur fossil is most closely associated with species from the other side of the world, suggesting these creatures could circumnavigate the globe.
The proposed route of the wall cuts across several national parks, blocking the path of hundreds of animal species and forever altering our cherished landscapes and ecosystems.
People with nothing to hide need not go to such illegal lengths to prove their innocence.
Neither Netanyahu nor his challengers are able to form a government, for the second time in a row—and Netanyahu himself may soon be up on corruption charges. There's no playbook for this.
The Speaker sees an impeachment inquiry as a way to drive off as many wavering Trump voters as possible. The early evidence is that it is working.