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At this moment the race for the Democratic nomination in 2020 appears to be completely wide open, but there is one potential candidate lurking in the shadows that could change everything.
In recent weeks, officials in Israel, the United States and the Arab world have been more outspoken about an emerging alliance between Israel and Sunni Arab countries, welcomed and encouraged by the Americans.
A new report on boys and men from the American Psychological Association reminds us, again, why worldview is so important.
Wherever it has been tried, true socialism as an economic model has been a resounding failure in literally every case and yet, it is a model that leaders around the world continue to push, as though trying it one more time will finally yield positive results.
As someone who grew up in fundamentalist Muslim countries, the continuing spread in the West of apologists for sharia law is, to say the least, intriguing.
Oxford students are livid that a professor at Oxford wrote essays in books published by the Oxford University Press that made arguments they dislike and now want him fired.
The era of chaos in the Middle East is drawing to a close, and a new phase, which contains its own set of dangers, is taking shape, a senior former intelligence official warns.
Talk of a potential military conflict between the U.S. and China continues to heat up with one Chinese naval officer recently suggesting that China should sink a couple of U.S. aircraft carriers to send a message.
It is no coincidence that the first openly bisexual senator, newly elected Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, refused to be sworn in on a Bible.