With diplomacy on the horizon, activists are continuing to call for democratic change in Iran—but that doesn't mean they want U.S. intervention.
Saudi Arabia hosting Anthony Joshua and Andy Ruiz Jr for the "Clash in the Dunes" is just the latest in a long tradition of sportswashing tyranny.
If you want to get an idea of what will happen in 2020, the election you need to look back on is 1972.
History is repeating itself in our state, as honest workers of color are criminalized while their abusive employers walk free.
Mass-market brands provide high-end styles at low prices. But what if the latest luxury trend is sustainability?
Cops are best at their jobs when every resident in every neighborhood sees them as public servants who keep them safe—not a force to be avoided.
Trump's tactics can only translate into more unintended pregnancies, which means more abortions, not fewer.
There were other associated benefits of drinking red wine too.
Stephens' threatening and vindictive reaction to being called a "bedbug" shows his entitlement, as well as the double standard that exists in many newsrooms.
True liberty means press liberty. Colleges must let the students report the news. Or else.
Trump has transformed the Democrats from a party that mimicked traditional Chinese patience and resolve into something more akin to the angry mob of the French Revolution.
The president may already be tiring of a maximum pressure policy that has resulted in much less than its supporters predicted.
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.
Convicted murderer Wayne Williams was never charged in the dozens of child killings, and families are still looking for answers.
Judicial Watch is suing California for requiring female representation on corporate boards, and I'm feeling grateful.
Western leaders are failing miserably to find common ground on the 80th anniversary of the start of World War II.
"It was by virtue of our bondage that we became the most American of all," the Times author writes. But aren't all of us "the most American of all"?
Americans wanting to protect themselves during mass shootings and other attacks should realize technology is the best way forward.
As Elie Wiesel said, "Without memory, there would be no civilization, no society, no future."
It isn't that the doctrine was wrong when Professor Friedman introduced, but rather that the internet has made it obsolete now.
Claiming the Mooch is just bitter ignores an obvious fact: He's singing the same tune as other Trump defectors. Note for note.
Yes, there are ways for law enforcement to prevent crime without placing unarmed black men in chokeholds and dressing like soldiers in a war zone.