Last week, Director of National Intelligence James Clapper surprisingly told a House Intelligence Committee that getting North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons was probably a “lost cause.”
The concept of evolution should not be limited to the scientific assertions around Darwin’s theory of natural selection, but ought to include the more general idea that people and processes constantly evolve in response to the forces that surround them.
It is interesting that the main word in “Make America Great Again”—and it is the crucial word—remains not only murky but completely undefined.
I am an old millennial, one who just barely squeezes into the age category.
Slowly, relentlessly, America’s culture is undergoing profound change. But the transformation mostly is under the radar, hardly noticed.
Until a few weeks ago, historians of the U.S. presidency were fixed on Donald Trump’s meteoric and unpredictable rise.
“Never again!” is once again brought to our attention as we are facing killing and suffering of civilians on a large scale. The Syrian city of Aleppo is under siege and the United Nations warns that the city may be totally destroyed in two months. U.N. Senior Advisor Jan Egeland noted that “we need to…
With the possibility of America’s first woman president looming, it’s appropriate to consider the monumental struggle for gender equality. For millennia, female inferiority was presumed, and mandated, in virtually every human culture. Through most of history, the brawn of heavier males gave them dominance, leaving women in lesser status — often mere possessions of men,…
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Dwarfed by the enormous outpouring for breast cancer awareness month, it receives attention largely from survivors, advocates and activists.
Maybe half a million dead, half a country — 10 million people — displaced from their homes, jettisoned onto the mercy of the world.