"Is ours the generation that gives up on the dream of a Jewish-Democratic state of Israel, living in peace and security with its neighbors?"
Twenty years after the end of apartheid, can "The Great Walk" help ease racial tensions?
Swing state's tough procedures to restore former inmates' voting rights seen as a boon to Republicans.
Seventy percent of Americans thought race relations would improve under Barack Obama. They did not.
San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick started the protests, expressing solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement.
25 years ago, no state had an obesity rate above 20 percent. Today, every state is above a 20 percent rate.
The leader of the Women's Equality Party explains why misogyny in Britain's opposition party is now endemic.
The homicides likely stem from the fear officers have about their own perceived risks or the higher level of resistance by black citizens to police arrests.
President Obama reacted on Friday to the murder of five policemen.
Despite having a higher risk for cancer than the rest of the population, people with HIV are much less likely to get chemo, surgery and radiotherapy.
Russia is busy projecting agility and unpredictability because these virtues add weight to Russian military resources that, despite recent military reforms, remain stretched.
Older, blue collar Americans find themselves stranded like fish losing oxygen in a shrinking pool on the losing side of cultural tides, powerless to push back.
A new CDC report suggests the number of mothers between ages 15 and 19 has dropped 61 percent since 1991.