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It seems almost impossible to give credence to current studies that portray staggering percentages of young adults are frighteningly unskilled when faced with the most simple and basic tasks.
Forty-eight percent (48 percent) of Democrats now call themselves liberal, a 20-point increase from the beginning of the century when that figure was 28 percent.
Like clockwork, several things occur each September in Pennsylvania: kids have a hard time getting out of bed, compasses required for math class are never used, and, most predictable, teachers will strike.
Donald Trump is likely weighing his options. If he can’t get healthcare, immigration, tax reform and other initiatives through Republicans in Congress, he has to consider alternatives.
Will Islam ever experience a Reformation? Is the world witnessing the earliest stirrings of such a change?
What many people do not know, is that if a life insurance policy is structured properly, it can act as a risk-mitigating tool for a financial portfolio.
Which brings me to the work of Dr. Gregory Berns, a neuroscientist at Emory University and the author of "What It's Like to Be a Dog."
During President Obama's tenure, a conservative could hardly oppose Obama on policy grounds without being accused of racism.
Trump's rhetoric implies intent; and action is evident from Rex Tillerson's directive to his department to rewrite its mission statement — and drop the bit about making the world democratic.
Somewhere in this maze of public statements-including Thursday's announcement of new economic sanctions on North Korea—there's a nuanced American policy.
President Trump's speech to the United Nations was well delivered. But it was a strange mishmash of topics and tones, in parts celebrating realpolitik but then also asserting the importance of freedom and democracy.
The president's address to the U.N. General Assembly was so perfect it almost made me forget all the horrible speeches his predecessor gave to that corrupt, bloated and anti-American body.
To listen to the commentary, Donald Trump used an inappropriate term at the U.N. — not just "Rocket Man," but "sovereignty."
You may have once had doubts that the American left has spent decades feeding a weed that would grow to strangle American liberty.
There’s more to see here. We all have a terminal disease, but not all of us know what it is, or hear the clock ticking, or do both in public.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) the productivity in the manufacturing system shrank from 4.7percnt increase per year to only 1.6 percent between the years 2000 and 2016.
The last train is leaving the reconciliation station. Republican efforts to repeal and replace Obamacare, derailed just weeks ago, now seem back on track. So, will Republicans splinter anew or coalesce before Sept. 30? The suspense will mount as debate and negotiations intensify.
The only way to produce any option is for the U.S. to make clear that the military option will be exercised if Iran and North Korea do not abandon their nuclear ambitions. Mr. Trump’s threat is righteous, appropriate,
Tonight marked the end of principle photography for the motion picture that has been in production in New York all summer called "Stano."
The reach, access, and power of our nation’s intelligence agencies demands that we install people within it of the highest character. Relevant laws and regulations, such as FISA procedures or the unmasking protocol, allow some leeway. That leeway, however, leaves the system open to abuse.
Potential intelligence advantages which can be gained by bad actors should be more than enough for the Trump administration and private Americans to rethink their cybersecurity strategies.
In a remarkable speech marked by fearlessness and clarity, the leader of the free world told other world leaders this week that all of them — himself included — need to focus on their own people.
The Donald Trump I know is a smart guy who often thinks a few steps ahead of those whose will he is trying to bend. But I lately wonder whether he grasps the gravity of the legal peril that is beginning to show up around him.
Like most Washington scandals, the frenzy over a senior Obama adviser unmasking identities of Trump officials is larger and smaller than both sides imagine.
America needs a functioning immigration system — not a construction project. A system that lets us keep undesirables out — a Wall — while inviting desirables in — a Door.
Dealing with hurricanes is bad enough, but add on top of it the promotion of the myth that it’s all because of man-made climate change, that makes matters worse.
Most democracies divide the role of our Attorney General into two distinct offices: the first, often called, the Minister of Justice, is an advisor to the Chief Executive.
If we find ourselves among those finding it hard to forgive others, chances are we have not come to appreciate sufficiently the immeasurable forgiveness that we have received from God. Let us pray for a deeper appreciation of forgiveness. Let it be possible for us to let others off the hook.
PBS began airing a mini-series on the Vietnam War this past Sunday. On Monday the Veterans Administration issued a release that they were concerned the show may increase the risk of PTSD among veterans.
A recent Pentagon report found that China is employing coercive tactics to enforce maritime claims and advance its interests.
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