Investing in health care, as well as public higher education and infrastructure, will be expensive, but the cost of not making these investments would be astronomical.
A government takeover of the U.S. health insurance system could leave physicians overworked, underpaid and less able to help patients.
Religious leaders are not exempt from the pain and challenges of life, and it is our responsibility to be there for them.
A 24-hour barrage of rockets from Gaza is the last thing the beleaguered prime ministers needs.
The national organization's failure to protect children from sexual abuse and increasing politicization have damaged the program that changed my life beyond repair.
"What I cannot support is politicians' nation-building effort following that victory that continues nearly two decades later and leaves our troops embedded in a quagmire."
Coming after the absurdity of the Iowa caucus meltdown, the Nevada debate had the Democrats look incompetent and deeply divided. The big winner of the debate was Donald Trump.
Hep C is killing more Americans than all other infectious diseases combined. It's time we supported all measures to address it.
Although Michael Bloomberg might be the most electable Democrat in the race, he is also the least likely to be nominated. Wednesday night showed us why.
The European self-reliance French President Emmanuel Macron is advocating should be encouraged and embraced—for the sake of Europe and the United States alike.
Spreading blatant falsehoods in defense of Harvey Weinstein does a disservice to the millions of women and men who have been sexually assaulted in this country, as well as the millions more who love them.
If you're a young American in prison, underwear will cost you $3.25 a pair and a bra, $13.50. A 25-minute video visit from your family costs $7.50. In some places, even reading an ebook will cost you—five cents per minute.
It's no coincidence that when human rights are undermined, the people who defend them are often attacked too.
Trump has out-Nixoned Nixon. Barr has out-Nixoned Nixon's attorney general. And justice is too low a priority for the GOP to stand up to either of them.
Uppity women are a prime enemy in Trump world. The president evidently not only shares this worldview but understands its power with his customer base.
The 2020 Democratic debates so far have included not one question on fixing broken government. That's a mistake—especially when streamlining government can help it achieve key goals, like tackling climate change.
Judges instruct jurors to avoid all media coverage and outside influences in making their decision. But in a high-profile case like Harvey Weinstein's, does anyone think that's realistically possible?