Taiwan is likely to shift further away from Beijing as a result of the developments in Hong Kong, no matter who wins the upcoming presidential election.
America's electorate is angry and fearful, sensing the people have lost control of the system. They're right.
It's true most politicians don't change positions in direct exchange for funding. But enormous campaign donation from private prison companies don't help.
By 2050, we will be using as much energy on AC as we are now using to power the United States, the EU and Japan—combined.
I believe Harvey Weinstein did not commit the crimes with which he's charged. My defense of him begins with a search for the facts. I caution everyone to reserve judgment. Remember that, in this nation, we are all innocent until proven guilty.
It doesn't matter whether you believe President Trump is a lying obstructionist. Or a victim of a politically charged prosecution. The two questions were about fundamental due process standards for all American citizens.
Democrats were once again left empty-handed after former special counsel Robert Mueller testified this week in front of two congressional committees—but that doesn't mean they'll stop fishing.
Before his confirmation this week, Mark Esper tried to deny the impact of the military service ban. "Whoever can meet the standards without special accommodations can serve," he said. "Transgender individuals may serve."
Brexit is exasperating for the majority of UK-based entrepreneurs. But perhaps the new economy will bring opportunities as well as challenges.
The congresswoman is responding to hate not just with grace, but with policy.
Ted Cruz and Bill Cassidy's push to declare a group responsible for zero deaths a terrorist organization is equal parts alarming and ludicrous.
Three months after my wife, Lori Gilbert-Kaye, was cut down by a gunman's bullets at our synagogue in Poway, California, I'm trying to understand the root cause of the atrocity—and stop it from ever happening again.
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 architecture, paintings and monuments that have shaped American art throughout the ages.
Yes, we can drive down divorce rates in America. Meet a man on a mission to help families stay together across the nation.
The former special counsel did not seem to have detailed knowledge of the report issued in his own name as he testified Wednesday before two congressional committees.
The time for eloquent speeches about proceeding methodically has long since past. We must begin impeachment proceedings so that we can say to our children and grandchildren: We did all we could.
We must start treating the other the same way we wish to be treated—be they Palestinian, Filipino, Central American migrant or Syrian refugees in Germany.
Trump may not court a war, but he is doing too little to avoid one. He needs to act fast.
Former Special Counsel Robert Mueller's testimony Wednesday before two House committees stamped out Attorney General William Barr's misleading three-page summary.
The political fallout from the British ambassador cable leaks was bad enough. But what does it mean for people supplying embassies with confidential information?
Earth had not seen carbon dioxide concentrations above current levels for at least two million years.
The vote today directly affects hard-working Americans of every political stripe.
Populism today isn't about giving people "what they want." It's about having what people want, and enjoying it unashamedly.