Despite our poor showing against COVID-19, we have the best infrastructure in place.
The U.S. Women’s National Team won their second consecutive World Cup, their fourth overall, in a 2-0 win over The Netherlands.
Newly discovered evidence shows that foreign governments have expanded their leasing of space from at least one Trump-owned office building in New York City.
The Virginia political dumpster fire has brought in a Republican this time.
President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will meet again in February, but it’s hard to see why.
President Trump’s trade war with China is leading car manufacturers to shift production from the U.S. to China.
After nearly a year, Trump’s trade policies are having their inevitable negative impact inside the United States.
The Thai SEALs have completed an amazing rescue effort with success.
Once touted as an example of his deal-making prowess, Harley-Davidson sent a rebuke to President Trump by announcing it was moving some manufacturing to Europe to counteract the impact of his ongoing trade war.
As expected, Gina Haspel was confirmed as C.I.A. Director yesterday despite her controversial record when it comes to torture.
With a third Democrat crossing the aisle to support her, Gina Haspel now has the votes she needs to become the next C.I.A. Director.
Gina Haspel faced some tough questions from Democrats regarding her role in the C.I.A.’s post-9/11 torture programs, but she’s likely to be confirmed anyway.
With the start of her confirmation hearings just days away, Gina Haspel’s nomination to be C.I.A. Director is by no means secure.
A woman who was fired after a photograph of her giving the middle finger to President Trump’s motorcade went viral is suing her former employer. She doesn’t have much of a case.
ProPublica has retracted an explosive but erroneous report about the nominee to be the next CIA Director.
By all accounts, Gina Haspel is exceedingly well qualified to be the next C.I.A. Director, but she has a troubling past that the Senate will need to at least force her to answer questions about.
America has become involved in conflicts around the world, largely without the knowledge of the American people or the consent of their representatives, and it doesn’t appear that’s going to end anytime soon.
The Trump Administration has been hit with two new lawsuits over the President’s decision to end the DACA program.
A Trump surrogate warns of a “taco truck on every corner” if Trump loses. That sounds like more of a promise than a threat if you ask me.
The Clinton Foundation has disclosed that there were $26 million in donations that it had failed to disclose while Hillary was Secretary of State.
With major theater chains having pulled out, Sony bowed to the inevitable, but now there appears to be proof that a foreign power is behind the Sony hacking attacks and threats of violence.
A dark and regrettable time in American history is finally seeing the light of day.
Twenty-five years after his seminal “End of History” article, Francis Fukuyama reflects on its legacy.
Military coups used to be far more common than they are today.
A bipartisan commission of elder statesmen confirms what we’ve known for years.
Vehement disagreement with the policy views of a country and prejudice based on immutable traits are not the same.
Back in the late 90s, Newt wanted to execute marjiuana traffickers.
Business Week has a fascinating profile of Dietrich Mateschitz, whom they dub “Red Bull’s Billionaire Maniac.”
Terrorism risk assessment: Russia at “Extreme Risk”, Greece at “High Risk”, U. S. at “Medium Risk”, Canada and Germany at “Low Risk”.