Speaking on the White House lawn Monday, President Donald Trump continued his racist rants against four members of the House of Representatives, saying they hate the United States. At a news conference later, however, the respect and love of these women for their country shone, perfectly framing Trumps childish strategy to denounce opponents personally because he cant debate policy.
The 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 launch was Tuesday, the landing Saturday (June 20).
Several news and political websites maintain running lists of President Donald Trumps most offensive tweets, from his skepticism of former President Barack Obamas birthplace to his attacks on the late U.S. Sen. John McCain to his sophomoric nicknames for fellow elected officials and world leaders.
Labor Secretary R. Alexander Acostas decision to resign Friday because of the renewed uproar over his handling of a case involving pedophile billionaire Jeffrey Epstein while Acosta was U.S. attorney in Miami a dozen years ago should be welcomed by those who care about fairness in the justice system.
The most thunderous booms of the #MeToo movement have come when clusters of women all point at the same powerful men. A chorus of allegations rises from a Chicago music studio or a Palm Beach mansion, and accusers are finally heard.
Champions of human rights around the world are reacting with understandable suspicion to Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeos announcement that he is creating a Commission on Unalienable Rights that will ground our discussion of human rights in Americas founding principles.
WASHINGTON From Little Red Riding Hoods terrifying encounter with the Big Bad Wolf to Kevin Costners balletic romance with some kindred, four-legged spirit in Dances With Wolves, Americans have long had a love-hate relationship with the ancestral predecessor of our favorite family pet.
Since the state announced construction restart plans of the Thirty Meter Telescope, uncertainty about what lies ahead on Maunakea abounds. Conflicts and protests on the mountain in 2014 and 2015 frame our expectations of 2019, and perhaps beyond.
Acliché about violent offenders is that someone often will say what a nice, quiet neighbor the person was before the eruption. A new study of mass attacks in America suggests quite the opposite and that perhaps more of these rampages can be prevented.