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It includes a high hurdle, which is as it should be.
American influence on the continent is at its weakest in recent memory.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson is leading a behind-the-scenes effort.
Kennedy’s heroic status has never faded, and not simply because he was taken from us on Nov. 22, 1963.
From “the wall” to his bromance with Rodrigo Duterte.
Brzezinski's life spanned the greatest tragedies and greatest triumphs of 20th century Europe and America.
Many of us these days find ourselves channeling our inner Miss Clavel.
College graduates who once headed to America are opting for Britain or Canada instead.
Trump’s rhetoric has normalized hatred of journalists and, by implication, encouraged the sort of behavior we’ve witnessed.
In a new book, a Nebraska senator advocates hard physical work for young people to build the “scar tissue of character.”
Experts make a case for preserving critical funding.
His climate-related budget cuts reflect willful ignorance of an enormous threat.
The cemetery must buy land from Arlington County and Virginia, and Congress must support these efforts.
And its scandal is spreading across Latin America.
Do the statements made on the campaign trail form a legitimate basis for motivation?
Far from home, they gave their lives to keep their compatriots safe.
At a clinic in Florida, I found that Neurocore seems to be promising more than it can deliver.
The FBI and its peers have their own agenda, and it doesn't align with either party.
It shaped the way liberals see the poor – as victims of circumstance, rather than Americans who can rise up.
Confused about what a “craft” beer is?
'War Machine' acknowledges that not all soldiers are heroes.
These will help them remember.
If we fail to take action, the system is headed toward collapse.
For-profit companies won’t invest in sparsely populated or mostly poor areas.
The University of Maryland must do something.
Public financing could help them seem less beholden to corporate interests.
All neighborhoods need to work harder at inclusive housing.