We banned the government from using facial recognition technology in San Francisco. Recent revelations that the FBI and ICE are pillaging state driver's license records show Congress must do the same.
Trump enjoys high approval ratings because he innures his followers to objective reporting. But his war on the media is now reaching frighetning new heights.
A closer look at the Home Depot co-founder and celebrated philanthropist's life reveals an inspiring tale of free enterprise and the American dream.
How can Ukraine prevent pro-Russian politics if voters prefer it? Another revolution. But revolutionary energy might be petering out.
We are being cautioned about getting a criminal record. But if we don't take action, we don't have a future anyway.
Twenty veterans a day die by suicide. The president needs to guarantee the men and women of our forces are taken care of, both during and after their service.
Research has shown the allure of collective anger, especially on social media.
Much could change between now and election day, but this re-run election is already shaping up to be very different from the original.
Economy, stature, patriotism, and progress on health issues all bode well for the president, as does the Democrats' growing issue insanity.
Just when the World Cup win ought to be driving people to games and generating positive interest in the sport, Rapinoe is undermining our pride in America's team.
Forty-three states suspend or revoke driver's licenses for failure to pay court-imposed debt, which only further inhibits poor Americans' ability to come up with the cash.
Celebrities are clamoring to be clad by Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia, the dynamic duo heading up the creative team at Oscar de la Renta.
Forget the traditional safari, where you spend hours in a Jeep passively observing wild animals - the real thrill is on foot, and walking among them.
Explorer Kristin Hettermann has dived all over the world - but she still hasn't completed her underwater bucket list. Comprised of reefs, atolls and miraculous sights, here is her wish list.
With Tehran's demanded sanction relief nowhere in sight, the United States must assume time is again running out to prevent a nuclear Iran.
It's the funding source for Social Security and Medicare, but it's become regressive and destructive. Candidates for 2020 should be looking to replace payroll taxes, not use them as a cash cow.
You'd think the church would be all over helping the vulnerable. Think again.
Yes, the two business leaders agreed on some key issues and led unorthodox campaigns that upset traditional politics, but they were very different men.
Not everyone, it seems, accepts Saudi Arabia—even when they're paid handsomely for their acceptance.
The fact Pete Buttigieg and Seth Moulton went on record with their experiences of PTSD and depression suggests Americans are becoming far more accepting of mental health issues.
Republicans now routinely refer to AOC as a liar. They don't bother to offer proof. But it's not about facts at all.
Muslim leaders, scholars, academics and religious teachers have come together and laid out concrete actions to reconcile, not radicalize, our future generations.
No other country on the planet can match our overall economic strength —without cheating, anyway. Unfortunately, some countries do cheat.
Ride-share companies are among the innovators who have built our new economy. But the system is truly broken. It's time to innovate in legislation too, and California can lead the way.