They should be offering to help find solutions instead of defending their privilege.
The deputy speaker of Israel's parliament writes about his forced removal from the vice president's speech.
The president has said Democrats are not doing anything to fix the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
An Israeli minister lashed out at the association for using the controversial terminology.
The co-founder of the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) movement writes for Newsweek on how it is fighting the Israeli occupation.
The Spanish constitutional court has suspended the vote and the central government considers it to be illegal.
For the nearly 2 million Spaniards who can't afford a decent place to live, it doesn't feel as if the country's recovery has arrived.
The two-state solution won't be reached by using the LGBT community as a scapegoat for a political argument from a handful of groups demanding a boycott of Israel.
Palestinian activists are supporting hunger strikers in Israeli prisons.
The potential for toxic alliances with leaders who disregard human rights is deeply concerning.
The Turkish leader earlier urged more Muslims to visit the city to support the Palestinians' claim to contested site.
So far, the country's response to the frozen conflict has been clumsy, draconian and self-defeating—but building homes and schools could be the strategy Kiev needs.
The Russian president's propaganda machine labels all dissidents as extremists, the state consolidates power in the name of security—and terrorism continues.
The EU supports sanctions while laundering billions in dirty money from Russia.
Russia attempted to refute claims that the Assad regime was responsible for a suspected chemical attack that killed at least 72 people.
The international chemical weapons watchdog says it is gathering information about the attack that left dozens dead.
A guidebook from the Jim Crow era often meant the difference between a hot meal and a vicious beating.
As freezing rain and snow fell, some demonstrators ceremonially burned tents and other structures at the camp in what they said was a tradition before leaving a dwelling place. But others said they were going nowhere.
If civilians continue to become collateral damage they will not support the government's battle against Islamist militants.
Some who tried to return to the Syrian city were jailed and accused of backing ISIS.