I expected so much more from one of the great acting talents of the 20th century.
While Obamacare helped reduce the number of uninsured, it masks the growing crisis of underinsurance—insurance so expensive or skimpy as to be virtually useless in the event of an actual illness.
Pete has proven himself to be the best and brightest in the ever-growing field of 22 Democrats running to see who will take on President Trump.
Tel Aviv is often referred to as “a bubble inside Israel.” For the last two weeks, we have been living in a bubble, inside the bubble.
The infrastructure bill may be an opportunity to take meaningful steps forward on climate action, already under this administration
Carson unveiled a proposal to help close a loophole that allows some people in the country illegally to live in government housing while poor Americans wait on lines for years.
Personal economy drives votes, not national statistics. And most Americans think their personal economy is lousy.
Legal reform on abortion is of course necessary, but it is not sufficient.
If Jewish tradition holds that life begins at birth and Islam says it begins at the fourth month of gestation, does the ban impose on religious liberty?
ISIS eventually occupied the site meant to host Syria's nuclear reactor. If Israel hadn't destroyed it seven years earlier, ISIS might have been able to inflict destruction on an almost...
Turning Daenerys into an overly emotional character who snaps is irresponsible.
If you didn’t have the opportunity to see these turkeys at the cinema, who knows—maybe a cult re-release isn’t far away.
According to Realtor.com, the median listing price for a home in the United States is just under $300,000. What kind of home does that get you in each state?
Our world lacks dragons, but we have multiple weapons that annihilate every day.
The way that we live on Earth is causing an unprecedented acceleration in species extinction.
From a political point of view, the Alabama statute is likely to hurt Republicans in the 2020 election.
The anti-abortion movement used to argue it cares also about women, not only fetuses. The new bills throw this out the window, and will likely antagonize a conservative but incrementalist SCOTUS.
The family of Cameron “Todd” Willingham, unjustly executed in 2004, urge to test DNA in Sedley Alley’s case—which was never done before Alley was executed in 2006.
Women, men, and children held in nightmarish detention centers in Libya face an even greater risk to life and limb as rival factions escalate their fight for the Libyan capital of Tripoli.
The NSO repeatedly says it only sells to governments. But governments can be as bad as any cyber criminal, or worth.
The tactic might sound transparent, even laughable. But the Russiophobia smear has a long and nefarious history.
I went to a Flat Earth convention. Here's what separates science deniers from scientists.