Twitter's co-founder lambasted Fox News as far more powerful and destructive than the social network. But is he right?
"The Syrian Arab Golan is ours and will return to us," Damascus's envoy to the United Nations said just hours after Israel reportedly bombed Aleppo.
In a country where women face increasing discrimination and violence, a new wave of women in government is giving many in Mexico hope for change.
A lawmaker said it was unlikely that a roommate would be unaware of the bombing plot while sharing a home with the suspected bomber.
Victor Davis Hanson writes that America\'s unique Constitution was an effort to subordinate the tribe to the state.
How transhumanism\'s faithful follow it blindly into a future for the elite where the masses may represent a significant security threat.
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.
\"You don\'t get men ever saying they get hit on during [investor] meetings,\" says Constance Freedman, whose Moderne Ventures just announced a $33 million fund.
Getting women into positions of power is essential in ensuring women's needs are considered.
Politicians calling each other "stupid" is unproductive and only exacerbates divisions.
The president criticized Donald Trump without speaking the presumptive Republican presidential nominee\'s name.
A new history of Ukraine puts Ukrainians firmly at the center of events.
Americans are wildly ignorant about Syria, Islam and the Middle East. So why take their advice?
A Berkeley graduate student made headlines for teaching a class on \'Game of Thrones.\'
The Clinton women speak in New York and stick to a favored cause: women's rights.
A veteran of two tours in Iraq talks about returning home after military experience, and the challenges of stereotyping faced by veterans.