The candidate is playing the part assigned to him in terrorist strategy.
The carnage in Orlando and hooliganism in Marseille prompt thoughts about reason versus the passions and the nature of the American Constitution.
Wages hit $15 from D.C. to Silicon Valley and a new analysis points to the working class’s multicultural future.
We will never be completely free of the threat of terrorism—but we can work to minimize that threat.
Amid voter outrage at special interest influence, Senate Democrats have unveiled a plan to run on fixing the political system.
Hillary Clinton has raised more than half her campaign money from women, capitalizing on the growing political clout of female donors.
A new generation of younger, more ethnically diverse voters is pushing the nation’s policy agenda to the left.
The Court's decision could impact college admissions programs nationwide.
A woman has just won the presidential nomination of a major political party. For all the women who come after her, that’s a good thing.
The late pop star eschewed tax-dodging chicanery and will still leave a sizable fortune to his heirs—as well as to the taxpayers who helped him succeed.
Top recipients include Governor Mike Hickenlooper and Senator Michael Bennett, who both opposed the measure.
Saudi Arabia becomes Uber's biggest investor, the rideshare company introduces a controversial leasing program, and OUR Walmart struggles after losing union funding.
Anger, desperation, and the desire for drama push people to each other's throats.
Does the Federal Reserve govern the banking system—or vice versa?
Philadelphia is only the latest city to face legal action over lead contamination in drinking water.