It's harder to adjudicate than you think.
With Vladimir Putin annexing Crimea, inciting violence in Eastern Ukraine, and threatening his neighbor with a massive military buildup, an oft-repeated refrain has reemerged in Western academia: It’s our fault for expanding NATO.
Justice is hung up on procedural hurdles and FBI shenanigans
Justice is hung up on procedural hurdles and FBI shenanigans.
New York Times journalist Jo Becker’s new book, Forcing the Spring, to be published at the end of the month, and excerpted in The New York Times magazine this coming weekend, is engineered from the ground up to be the first definitive narrative of the contemporary gay-rights movement.
The more things change, the more they stay the same.
Tens of thousands of amputees serve as living reminders of the 1994 genocide
Reminders of Rwanda's genocide are everywhere today, in the form of tens of thousands who survived the mass slaughter but were left permanently maimed.
State houses may be getting more scrutiny thanks to stalemate in Washington.
And both young and old are on board
A very, very good day for the Affordable Care Act, the officials who fought for it, and the people benefiting from it.
You can breathe easy. That rumor was inaccurate.
No matter what metric you use to estimate Obamacare enrollment, the law's opponents will lowball you one way or another.