“Our Bodies, Ourselves” has been remarkably successful. It has sold more than 4 million copies and been translated into 31 languages.
Universal government benefit programs are not gifts; they are contracts.
Millions of customers use search and social platforms each day without paying for the service. How did we get here?
Does race also affect how the employees are treated within the service industry?
This week, lawmakers in my home state voted to make it harder for foster children to find a loving family.
Slavery birthed nearly every aspect of what Trump’s red cap wants to reclaim with the slogan “Make America Great Again.”
Why not stand with Governor Cuomo? Because New York needs a change.
During the past decade, scientists have established that many soil-dwelling bacteria are able to resist and eat the antibiotics we depend upon to fight nasty infections.
Unlike the mucus in our noses, which appears amorphous and blobby, the mucous sheets of these ocean grazers can be structured into ornate meshes and nets.
Wolf’s performance will be remembered as more consequential than Stephen Colbert’s similarly iconoclastic act at the 2006 press correspondent’s dinner where he excoriated President George W. Bush to his face.
Under Turkey’s ongoing state of emergency, human rights have been decimated and the independent media completely hollowed out.
There is a largely (though not entirely) nonviolent reign of ideological terror in America. In almost every area of life, people fear antagonizing the left.
To impede Russian President Vladimir Putin’s hegemonic activity and obstruct support for rogue regimes like that of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, the United States and our allies must raise the price he will pay for aggression.
Small businesses are critical assets to the economy.
Military families support education savings accounts overwhelmingly—72 percent in favor, compared with 15 percent opposed, according to a recent survey conducted by Braun Research.
As for Republicans within academic departments, 78 percent of those departments have no Republican members or so few as to make no difference.
Presidents have told more lies about their health than any other subject.
On June 1, the tariffs are set to go into full effect for any country without a special agreement with the U.S.
Some veterans receive first-class timely care, and many VA employees perform their jobs admirably. However, in too many areas the VA has fallen far short of its goals, with adverse consequences for too many veterans.
People on the streets of Tel Aviv were truly concerned that a war was about to break out.
If America doesn’t respond to the calamity that’s befallen the working class, we’ll have Trumps as far as the eye can see.
Venezuela plunged to 102nd place of 156 countries in the World Happiness Report. By comparison, Denmark topped the list and the United States came in 18th. What happened?
There is no good reason to obsess about keeping production jobs stateside.
The American tradition of legislative prayer dates to 1774.
In the last 11 years, the two-term Montana senator has walked an increasingly narrow line—backing many critical partisan initiatives while also trying to remain distinct from the national party.
Kim and Trump are now preparing for a historic summit of their own. A time and a place for the that summit have not yet been decided, but it is expected that the meeting will take place in May or early June.
Reactions to the Israeli intelligence revelations ranged from “ding-dong the deal is dead” to “nothing to see here, move along people.”
Benjamin Franklin was one of the driving forces of the American enlightenment, but his own home was torn apart by America’s first civil war.
What Huey Long’s and Trump’s stories share, besides a love of golf, is a reliance upon three themes which weave their way through the political drama of their respective lives.
The frequency and magnitude of urban rioting that the United States experienced between 1964 and 1967 were sources of consternation for President Lyndon B. Johnson and for the American public.