As often happens in the aftermath of highly publicized shooting incidents, blame has already been placed on the lack of “common-sense gun control.”
The attacks on Natalie Portman shows that the country can't accept constructive criticism.
The 2020 census and most federal surveys don’t ask people to disclose their sexual orientation or gender identity. That means there’s no official count of LGBT people in the country.
The Republican Party, with its foundation now in the solid South, has done all it can to drag the country back into the nineteenth century through egregious voter suppression, mass incarceration, and financial and economic deprivation.
Trump is negatively viewed in France by a vast majority of the French population but the French, unlike the British, find it positive that their leader should engage with the American president.
The two leaders, both political outsiders who achieved surprising electoral victories, have developed a strong working relationship despite their many ideological differences.
Without Trump, Mexico would not be more united than ever.
By every credible measure, Pompeo is more than qualified. It is really hard not to mark opposition to his appointment as much more than rank partisanship and posturing.
The FBI’s history shows such documentation can be essential to how FBI directors operate, and how they can insulate or protect the FBI’s integrity.
As French President Emmanuel Macron arrives in Washington, a top priority will be convincing his American counterpart to stay within the landmark nuclear agreement with Iran.
To face the voters after exercising such ultimate power, congressmen and senators have insisted for a century and a half that they must be able to point to a crime. A specific crime. They always will.
Blaming a letter rather than her supercilious nature, malleable positions, or terrible campaign strategy continues to feed the perception that the election process was somehow compromised.
Free-to-the-home television in America, one of the nation’s most heavily regulated industries, is in a fight for its life.
A basic Netflix subscription allows children and teens access to watch “13 Reasons Why,” a story about the 13 reasons why a high school girl committed suicide.
Despite the lack of media coverage, evidence of election fraud continues to mount.
After more than two dozen failed attempts, Socialism has proven itself to be a disastrous philosophy.
Even the Supreme Court itself has cast a disapproving eye on the case.
To date, the #MeToo Movement has yet to topple a single major U.S. banker.
Presidential primaries and caucuses have attracted notoriously low voter participation allowing the extremist party base to dominate the process.
Forget narcotics. Uncle Sam has a new substance to crack down on: all-natural skim milk.
The “race to Mars” is Elon Musk vs a “low-probability but extreme-consequence” extinction event.
And momentum continues to grow.
Despite taking place amidst rampant corruption, rising crime and inequality, and a looming financial crisis, the election was defined by the issue of same-sex marriage.
Why are cities important in the United States for instituting change? Metropolitan areas are where most people live and work.
When it comes to estimating military capability, the Western media is principally concerned with the weapons capabilities of weaker states.
Superman—the first, most famous American superhero—turns 80 this year.
Polls show that 64 percent of Americans favor legalizing marijuana. But, despite the majority support, there’s no clear consensus on how it should be regulated.
Some states elect the replacement, others appoint them. Some do a combination of the two, with an interim Senator appointed until there's a special election.
In 1998, Trump Hotels and Casino Resorts hired a consulting firm to explore business opportunities in Cuba.
Expanding the Secret Service workforce would afford each agent and officer the time to participate in increased training, thereby making the agency more effective.