“We should approach climate change with great skepticism,” says the king of the climate denial media machine.
The Saudis, who back the Sunni side in the region’s Sunni-Shiite proxy war, have no use for ISIS.
Zeid Ra’ad Zeid al-Hussein’s predecessor, Navi Pillay, drew attention to human rights violations across the globe. Will Zeid do the same?
Reflections on the meaning of the French Revolution in the shadow of Adolf Hitler.
I predicted last year that LeBron James would return to the Cleveland Cavaliers. Here is why.
The Detroit Water and Sewage Department plans to shut off water for delinquent customers at a rate of 1,500 to 3,000 this summer.
“Have you a city that smells worse than Akron?”
Citizens organize to block water shutoffs as the UN Special Rapporteur says ”when there is genuine inability to pay, human rights simply forbids disconnections.”
A growing antigovernment movement has drawn a dangerous lesson from the standoff.
Tens of thousands have fled in the wake of ongoing fighting between government forces and pro-Russian rebels in the Donetsk and Lugansk regions.
This Week: Chicago murders, China and Pakistan, and Israeli-Palestine conflict developments.
The court battle to block North Carolina’s harsh new voting law has important national significance.
African-Americans and white people struggled together during the civil rights era. We need that once again.
The Department of Justice won't investigate shocking claims made earlier this year.
Grassroots movement forces Washington to get serious about real reform of a broken campaign-finance system.
Now that Obama has asked for nearly $4 billion to help kick the kids out more quickly, Republicans don’t want to pony up the money.