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Why has the electoral aftermath been so confrontational?
GOP versions of group caucuses could serve as a useful venue for the party to unite and air grievances in the wake of a difficult 2016 nomination contest.
Had the United States provided more arms for the Free Syrian Army in 2012, the war would still likely be raging.
Data collection funded and used by the U.S. government continues to exaggerate recent increases in suicide terrorism.
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The outbreak in West Africa raises questions about treatment ethics and the inequality in health-care provision.
The Ebola outbreak in West Africa is shining a spotlight on the World Health Organization’s leadership abilities—and exposing its flaws.
Two regional stories could have national implications for the education reform movement