The Stunning Revival of America's 'Christian Left'
Appalled by the Trump administration's treatment of migrants, religious leaders are increasingly voicing their dissent across the country.
Chinese K-Pop Stars Publicly Back Beijing on Hong Kong
At least eight celebrities from mainland China and one each from Taiwan and Hong Kong are publicly stating their support for the one-China policy.
What Do the Hong Kong Protesters Want?
An activist on the front lines reflects on the Umbrella Movement of 2014 and explains why she and millions more have taken to the streets.
Another Country Defies Trump in Latest Blow to Iran Warmongers
A tanker carrying $140 million worth of Iranian petroleum is released by the British overseas territory of Gibraltar.
Trump Wields Sanctions Hammer, but to What End?
Experts caution the administration is relying too heavily on coercion at the expense of cooperation with the international community.
Warren Apologizes to Native Americans for Heritage Claim
'I know I have made mistakes," the 2020 Democratic candidate says at forum addressing tribal issues, directly tackling controversial issue.
New York Police Fire Officer 5 Years After Garner's Chokehold Death
The case of a dying man's cries of "I can't breathe" helped fuel protests and debate over police use of force against unarmed black men.
Planned Parenthood Leaves Federal Program Over Abortion Referral Rule
The organization says it will not be "bullied" by the Trump administration and will strive to make up for the lost Title X grants.
The Biggest Obstacle to Gun Control May Be the Supreme Court
A new Second Amendment appeal could radically expand the scope of District of Columbia v. Heller, handicapping Congress for years to come.
What Fareed Zakaria Gets Wrong About Afghanistan: Everything
The CNN pundit appears to be taking his taking points from prominent military sources.
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