The Biden administration’s mandate has been lifted immediately.
NATO has stepped up in a pleasantly surprising way to resist the Ukraine invasion.
The flurry of news around the new variant is dizzying.
Hesitancy is a complex phenomenon largely immune to facts.
There are legitimate ethical and liberty questions but they’re outweighed by the benefits.
The Times investigation sheds more light on what most of us already knew.
The lousy hybrid option has been scrapped in favor of a worthless virtual one.
Political considerations overruled warnings from national security and health professionals.
US citizens are urged to stay home. Those abroad are urged to return now or risk not being able to later.
Trading has resumed after an early plunge triggered automatic suspension.
These decisions should be made by professionals.
Once again, President Trump is doing Vladimir Putin’s bidding.
The government shutdown is beginning to negatively impact the public’s perception of the health of the economy.
Herb Kelleher, who helped found an airline that revolutionized the industry thanks to his unconventional choices, has died at the age of 87.
While the political media is spending a lot of time talking about it, the actual impact of this latest government shutdown is likely to be limited and possibly even unnoticeable to most Americans.
In what has to qualify as one of the most horrifying displays of moral depravity on the international stage, the Trump Administration is saying it doesn’t really care if the Saudi Crown Prince is a murderer or not.
Much of what Donald Trump has claimed about how he built his fortune is a lie, and at least part of it originated in his father’s shady efforts to evade taxes.
In a ruling that largely relies on the authority granted by Congress to the President to regulate immigration on national security grounds, the Supreme Court has upheld the final version of the Administration’s travel ban.
As he headed to the G-7 Summit, President Trump threw our ostensible allies another curve.
Just as they did three years ago when they legalized same-sex marriage, Irish voters turned out in record numbers to repeal the nation’s ban on abortion.
Tomorrow, Irish voters will head to the polls to decide whether or not to scrap a Constitutional Amendment that bans abortion in essentially all circumstances.
The ‘permanent record’ of yesteryear is now real. Should there be limitations?
Following yesterday’s move by Dick’s Sporting Goods, Walmart has raised the age for all gun sales to 21.
“All In The Family” predicted a policy proposal that President Trump and many other conservatives have made in the wake of the Florida school shooting.
Dick’s Sporting Goods will no longer sell “assault weapons” at any of its stores, and will limit the sale of any gun to people aged 21 and above.
I don’t see how the state legislature making tax decisions on the basis of the public position an company takes is legal under the 14th Amendment.
New polls show increased support for various gun control measures, including limitations on so-called “assault weapons,” but that doesn’t mean we’re likely to see Congressional action on the subject.
More than a dozen companies have ended relationships with the gun rights organization and protesters are demanding more follow suit.
Kurds in Iraq voted overwhelmingly for independence in a non-binding referendum, and the result is threatening to create a new conflict in the Middle East.
Secretary of the Treasury Steve Mnuchin’s trip to Kentucky that ‘just happened’ to coincide with last month’s eclipse is being investigated by the Treasury Department’s Inspector General.
President Trump is reportedly considering at least partly reversing one of the great foreign policy successes of the Obama Presidency.
The background of the United incident, from an aviation law and policy perspective.