The airstrikes conducted by the United States, Britain, and France on Saturday against Syrian military targets were about upholding a nearly century-old prohibition against chemical warfare, not about Syria's seven year-long war.
Newsweek had previously reported that he planned to write a newspaper op-ed.
Although you wouldn't know it from mainstream advocacy campaigns, trans people have long been involved in efforts to stop gender-based violence.
When you demand "Fill-In-Pet-Cause Rights," are you actually asking for rights, or are you asking for special, privileged treatment?
Earlier this month, Hawaii became the sixth state in the U.S. to legalize physician-assisted suicide.
The justices will hear arguments in several important cases, including challenges to the constitutionality of administrative law judges, state sales taxes for out-of-state online retailers, and the infamous Trump "travel ban," making this month one to watch.
No matter what President Donald Trump does, the Iran deal is likely dead on May 12.
No matter how wise you consider this intervention, legal scholars generally agree that the United Nations Charter doesn't allow the use of military force to prevent chemical weapons attacks—no matter how evil—without U.N. Security Council approval.
In striking Syria without an international law justification, the United States leaves itself open to criticism and may invite similar behavior by other countries.
This kind of thought policing is becoming a trend for politicians on the left.
Income taxes represent the government's largest source of tax revenue.
Tax Day is finally here once more.
The State clearly knew best what "these" people really needed for them to have some minimum form of a "decent life."