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The brutal war in Yemen may be moving toward a tipping point following a controversial siege of the port of Hodeida by a coalition led by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.
For filmmaker Eugene Jarecki, Elvis is a toxic metaphor for all that is wrong with the United States, real or imagined.
Only when our social environment is filled with more meaningful connections, when we will feel that we are genuinely important to each other, like in a family, will we have the means to raise happy and confident human beings. Then, we will no longer seek an escape from reality.
Leftist New York Democratic Governor Andrew Cuomo and his appointed Parole Board are releasing cop killers.
There are reasons to celebrate Ivan Duque’s victory in Colombia, but there are reasons to be concerned. All it takes is for Colombia to face an economic crisis or public discontent with the performance of Ivan Duque's government.
The main Palestinian terrorist groups present themselves as a "resistance" to Israeli "aggression," but are the ones provoking these latest rounds of fighting by flying incendiary devices into Israel.
The number of big businesses who rip us all off is staggering.
I only met Charles Krauthammer once but respected him for many years.
It's no surprise that Democrats and everyone in the liberal media are blaming President Trump personally for the crying immigrant children at the border. He gets blamed for everything their hysterical minds can think of.
Since 2010, the percentage of races with only one major party candidate has ranged from 32.6 percent to 42.7 percent. So far in 2018, just 29.8 percent of races have only one major party represented.
Mueller has problems in all his cases, even the cases in which he has obtained pleas. Mueller, as an experienced trial lawyer, has to know all of his cases are flawed.
2018 is no time to be a cop — especially in California.
Russian nuclear missiles and bombers can already blast and radioactively contaminate U.S. cities, destroy U.S. naval bases and submarine pens, as well as attack deployed U.S. aircraft carriers. The only mission not mentioned for Poseidon, is attacking U.S. ballistic missile submarines.
So said President Donald Trump, on issuing his order halting the separation of children from parents caught breaking into the country. Trump's enemies are celebrating a victory. Yet the issue remains.
Donald Trump ran and was elected on an immigration enforcement platform. He promised stringent border enforcement, centered on the building of a wall.
The president's cruelty made it easy to oppose his policy. But in their delight at the Trump administration's latest misstep, Democrats may be walking into a trap.
In 1972, when he was a 22-year-old student at Harvard Medical School, he was swimming in a pool. Someone pushed the diving board out, extending over a shallower part of the pool.
President Donald Trump climbed down on separating families at the border, but the underlying argument is not going away.
The referendum, which also covered state hiring and contracting, passed. But the underlying issue — that affirmative action works against Asian-American college applicants — has not gone away.
Somebody got to Kirstjen Nielsen to make her the defiant cheerleader for the most inhumane government policy since Japanese internment.
America no longer will tolerate human invasions along our southern border. If you want to come to the U.S., visit the closest embassy and complete a visa application. When we are ready for you, we will let you know.
The left’s use of outrageous and extreme rhetoric shows a high level of frustration with President Trump’s success and a desperate attempt to sway public opinion to influence voters.
Diabetes and obesity are growing at an epidemic rate in the United States. Unfortunately, when addressing health issues, as a country we are reactive rather than proactive and often become concerned only after someone becomes very ill and requires extreme treatment.
Rejection hurts both emotionally and physically. Yet some people bounce back quicker than others. Regardless of self-esteem or level of confidence, everyone can benefit from proactive methods of healing.
President Trump signed an Executive Order yesterday to keep who are supposed to be illegal immigrants with children together with their so-called parents during the deportation process.
President Trump has sought to aid Americans struggling with Obamacare’s disastrous impacts. This week, President Trump took one big step in the right direction for improving options, expanding choice, and protecting consumers from Obamacare.
Marriage is good. It’s good for your spiritual health, your mental health, your physical health, your fiscal health. In short, it’s good all around. It’s good for society.
President Trump’s seemed to be cruising along in the spring of 2018. In fact you could say he was on roll.
It's fitting to celebrate a day that officially ended a heinous chapter in American history marred by slavery, but it's even more important to focus on ensuring progress continues for blacks in the future.
Recall that, before there was a Human Rights Council, there was a Human Rights Commission. That commission became a parody of a U.N. agency, with its tolerance for members who routinely violate human rights.
The FBI director-to-be, sitting in his office in Atlanta, failed to provide evidence he had that he knew a federal court in Newark was seeking.
Congress is addressing immigration. If done correctly, if they take real action, it could be a real boon to Republicans for the mid-term elections. If not done (or done poorly) it can be a real hinderance.
Iranians tweet about their love of Israel even though Twitter itself has been banned in Iran. They put their lives and the lives of their families at risk in order to show their support for the Jewish state.
After every school shooting, mass shooting or terrorist event, there will always be the unavoidable altercation of ideologies.
Several weeks ago Google announced it would not be renewing its “Project Maven” drone A.I.-imaging contract with the U.S. Department of Defense, amid protests from a portion of its employees.
New tech is making moving more efficient. Some significant challenges remain to be overcome if we can proceed. Automation and organizational apps can only take us so far before robotics will have to be able to replace the human element.
Donald Trump is arresting the slide to the mortal atomization of society. He is proof of the vitality, even imperishability, of a democratic and free-enterprise system, not of its weakness and impending doom.
President Trump may enjoy the cheers he is getting when he touts his mandate reversal, but beware, a backlash is coming when those cheering today find out they will be paying higher premiums.
Not forgetting those needing political asylum from genocidal governments or those seeking refuge from natural disasters, children at the borders with their parents should be sent home with them until they get their turn in our long line.
Last week, Bishop Edward Weisenburger of Tucson called upon his fellow bishops to issue a “prophetic statement” on immigration that would support “canonical penalties for Catholics who are involved” in implementing President Trump’s immigration policy.
The company is redoubling its public efforts to deliver consistently good customer service, while not taking any positive responses for granted. As a result, Wells Fargo, though they still face pending litigation, is effectively regaining consumer trust.
A glance at recent headlines on the arrests of U.S. and foreign officials spying for foreign powers remind us that regardless of where technology takes us, a part of intelligence collection that remains critical is “Human Intelligence” or HUMINT.
The global refugee population is no doubt considered one of the most vulnerable populations in the world. They are ordinary people who have forcefully fled persecution, war, man-made disasters, and human-rights violations.
By crossing the U.S. border, low-skilled Mexican laborers automatically become 10 to 20 times more productive. It's not because their work ethic magically improves.
In another era, Reza Pahlavi, the son of the last shah of Iran, would be an ideal candidate to lead an Iranian government in exile.
It's obvious that Democrats have no problem with bias exhibited against Trump. However, it's really a shame that they can’t even bring themselves to condemn the derogatory and demeaning language of FBI officials directed at a segment of American voters.
It is time to stop using the Dreamers as pawns to try to force Congress to appropriate money for a wall, a wall which Congress obviously does not think justified.
President Trump is doubling down on his zero-tolerance policy regarding the prosecution of adult illegal immigrants caught crossing our border and the government’s taking of temporary custody of children accompanying them.
In my book "Trump’s War," I offered wisdom and warning for Donald Trump as he took on the role as president.
Some of the most prevalent objections concerning annuities are based on misinformation, or, in some cases, they're based on "conventional wisdom" that is simply outdated.
For the first time in years, teachers’ unions are winning popular support. West Virginia, Kentucky, Oklahoma, Arizona, and Colorado have held strikes resulting in higher compensation, and the rest of the states’ unions have vowed to follow.
In 2016, the pundits, the polls, the media, and Clinton’s highly paid technology data geeks got many things wrong and lost, not least thanks to the turnout of "flyover country" working-class folks.
Yes we always had gerrymandering — but it was not until the precision of computers that it reached a point that made people give up on their democracy. Like any technology, these programs are just a tool that also offer the solution that would truly restore our republic.
Where is the great tradition of the U.S. Senate and its oversight of the executive branch? Where are the voices of conscience?
Today is Juneteenth. It is also known as Freedom Day, as well as Emancipation Day. It is observed in several U.S. states to acknowledge the abolition of slavery in Texas on June 19, 1865.
The Inspector General’s long-awaited report on “Various Actions by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Department of Justice in Advance of the 2016 Election” sheds light on facts — and foreshadows actions to hold individuals accountable.
The French foreign minister accuses the American president of furthering a “divorce” between the United States and its European allies.
As with all issues, common sense goes a long way. America is big enough, and tolerant enough, to accommodate everyone. So let’s drop the divisive rhetoric, and respect beliefs of those on both sides.
Mr. Robert Mueller would be doing the nation a service if he ends his probe as quickly as possible, or, better still, resigns and transfers any remaining prosecutions (none of which seem to be connected to any purported collusion), to the offices of the appropriate U.S. attorneys.
In a 1948 decision, United States v. Paramount Pictures, Inc., the Supreme Court ruled that Hollywood studios would be required to sell off movie theater holdings. The landmark decision essentially ended the studio system of the "Golden Age" of movies.
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