Do we value women as much as we say we do? In this election, Warren our last chance to answer in the affirmative.
Trump and his administration would rather blame the media and the Democrats, and even question whether the virus is real.
SCOTUS already found an identical Texas law to be placing an "undue burden" on women—and in this case, the burden would fall disproportionately on women who are black.
This is America. We pick our leaders through democratic politics. It's a system that can't function if one side feels morally justified in resorting to violence.
Will the Supreme Court let these oppressive, medically unnecessary restrictions continue to harm women?
Trump will drown out discussion of Bernie's policies by stoking voter paranoia about socialism and communism, mixing facts with lies. And Sanders is uniquely vulnerable to his smears.
Those interested in the future of abortion rights would be wise to look beyond the sweeping heartbeat bans and personhood laws that dominate the headlines and consider the case of June Medical.
This deal will completely demoralize the current Afghan government and military by conveying undue legitimacy on the wrong factions within the Taliban that are seeking to set the U.S. up for failure
Ignore the petty Democrats. The Trump administration and congressional Republicans have an opportunity to show their leadership.
We cannot sit by and watch as the Trump administration not only rejects new efforts to combat climate change and protect nature but takes steps to make matters worse.
There is a curious lack of recognition in Washington of just how effective the U.S. intelligence and military apparatus has become since 9/11.
Americans are understandably bruised by election tampering. But mistrusting the process itself does not make our democracy any stronger.
Take a look at some of the world's busiest landmarks that are all now but eerily empty.
While many still have to work from home, the question remains: What to do with the free time available when trips to the movies, a museum or the theater are out of the question? Here is a list of museums and other popular tourist attractions that have entire collections or performances available online.
The United States is filled with monuments, exhibits and historical sites commemorating the impact women have had on the nation's history. From New Mexico to upstate New York, here are 10 places dedicated to celebrating the strides women have made over time.
Any lawyer who knows anything about federal sentencing knows that seven to nine years for a 67-year-old first offender for obstruction of Congress is grotesquely excessive.
As President Donald Trump and the first lady stood before an enormous, enthusiastic crowd in India this week, Senator Bernie Sanders and the Democrats had a two-hour food fight of a debate in South Carolina.
The founder of the popular Mexican food chain credits much of his success to his work ethic and mother's high standards. But his greatest praise goes to America itself.
More than 80 women came forward, and we still feared Harvey Weinstein would walk free. That's why we must keep saying #MeToo.
Military conflicts now last for longer and take place in densely populated cities, among a huge variety of state and non-state actors. Idlib is an avatar for the Age of Impunity. The old models no longer apply.
A government takeover of the U.S. health insurance system could leave physicians overworked, underpaid and less able to help patients.
Investing in healthcare, public higher education and our woefully outdated and dilapidated infrastructure will be expensive, but the cost of not making these investments would be astronomical.
Religious leaders are not exempt from the pain and challenges of life, and it is our responsibility to be there for them.