New rules allows for strikes against "foot-soldier jihadists with no unique skills or leadership roles."
In battle for the soul of the GOP, Trump and Bannon picks duel it out in Alabama Senate race.
Challenge to the ruling has set off a constitutional dilemma.
Did the Trump campaign share data and content with Russian operatives buying Facebook ads?
The Paris agreement is utterly indefensible regardless of one's views on climate science.
The docs will be catnip for congressional investigators and Special Counsel Mueller.
Gov. Jerry Brown, a Democrat, has expressed support for the California Values Act and is expected to sign the restrictions into law.
Both exploited race to provoke an emotional uprising by insecure, struggling middle class whites.
The U.S. is in no danger of subordinating its Constitution to the UN—or any outside body.
As wealthy boomers die, $30 trillion will go to their children over the next three decades.
Neil Buchanan writes that some conservatives say people are not responsible for their moral turpitude. Liberals made them do it!
The same trick was played to legitimize the Russian occupation of Moldova and Georgia.
Why hasn't the Senate Intelligence Committee held him in contempt yet?
Bias is unavoidable, and a drab world it would be, indeed, without it.
For some users, hate speech dropped as much as 80 to 90 percent.
Neil Buchanan writes that given how little power Dems have right now, it's surprising they would give up the one powerful tool they possess.
His firing of Comey was a clear obstruction of justice.
There's no evidence Dreamers are taking jobs from native-born Americans. In fact, evidence suggests they've created more jobs.
Trump's pardoning of Arpaio reveals a failure of Arizona voters to punish corruption under their noses.