Sanctions are already taking a toll. But the West could do more if it had the will.
The anti-vax-and-other-stuff protest is spreading to Europe.
Is shunning those without college degrees the last acceptable prejudice?
Young people acting selfishly is a fact of life.
President Trump is basically saying he does not care if ISIS prisoners return to Europe to commit terror attacks.
Just days after President Trump agreed to remove American forces from the scene, Turkish forces are entering northern Syria and Kurdish forces say they ar ready for war.
Seventy-five years ago today, American soldiers and our allies undertook an invasion that helped change the world.
As the government shutdown continues, Washington is coming to resemble a fight between toddlers. Except the toddlers have the excuse of not knowing any better.
French authorities are investigating reports that Russian interference may be helping to exploit and expand the five-week-old “yellow vest” protests.
A top Vatican official is alleging that Pope Francis and Pope Benedict XVI were both aware of previously unknown allegations of sexual abuse and chose to allow them to be covered up rather than bringing them to light.
Donald Trump continues to do something that Russian and Soviet leaders likely only thought possible in their wildest dreams, drive a wedge between the United States and its NATO allies.
Frank Carlucci, who served as President Reagan’s last Secretary of Defense, has died at 87.
Seven years after deactivation, the U.S. Second Fleet will be patrolling the North Atlantic again.
The new Secretary of State is an improvement over the worst Secretary of State in history.
The President’s new attempt to ban transgender Americans from serving in the military is as legally defective as the original ban was.
The Defense Department will reportedly recommend to President Trump that transgender members of the service currently serving in the military be allowed to continue serving.
Two months after a referendum that supported independence from Spain, Catalan voters head to the polls for a new round of parliamentary elections that remain up in the air.
Since taking office, President Trump has made an average of 5.5 false claims per day.
The capital of the purported caliphate declared by ISIS has apparently fallen, but that doesn’t mean the end of ISIS. In fact, it may make the group more dangerous.
Commerce Department figures report a measurable drop in international travel to the United States since the start of 2017.
The Trump Administration has reportedly finalized its order to the Defense Department regarding a ban on military service by transgender soldiers.
Just about two weeks after being announced, the President’s proposed ban on military service by transgender troops is being challenged in Court.
A step backward on civil rights from a President who claimed he would be a friend to the LGBT community.
The political party formed by French President Emmanuel Macron just about a year ago scored big wins in yesterday’s first round of legislative elections.
Donald Trump’s first overseas trip went about as badly as you’d expect it would.
The Russia investigation seems to be getting closer to the Oval Office.
For some reason, Joe Lieberman is apparently the front-runner to replace James Comey at the F.B.I.
An apparent terror attack outside Parliament in London.
A major announcement from NASA in the search for possible life outside the Solar System.
The President gathered supporters around him, and blatantly lied to them, so as to increase support for his policies.
The situation in the Middle East just potentially became much more complicated.
A new report concludes that Malaysia Air Flight 17 was brought down by a missile brought into Ukraine from Russia.
An EgyptAir jetliner with 66 on board disappeared from radar just before beginning its decent into Cairo.
All of next season’s Thursday Night N.F.L. games will be streamed live for free via Twitter.
A series of bomb attacks across Brussels has left at least 26 dead, and dozens more injured.
The godfather of the Responsibility to Protect doctrine has passed.
As we deal with the fall out from the attacks in Paris and San Bernardino, we need remember the years after September 11th, 2001 and avoid holding an entire religion responsible for the actions of fanatics.
Europe’s anti-immigrant, xenophobic far right scored major victories in France yesterday.
The attack in San Bernardino has seemingly left the Administration’s anti-terror strategy in disarray, so the President is addressing the nation tonight to say, well, something I guess.
A vote is still as much as two years away, and support for staying in the E.U. still has the most support, but support for the idea of a British exit from the European Union has grown in the past several months.
France’s President has spent the week trying to forge and agreement on an anti-ISIS policy, but the two nations that matter the most also disagree the most.