Until his next hearing on July 31, the media’s focus on the case seems to have diverted to Epstein’s friends and associates in high places.
The results have important implications for reducing racial disparities in fatal officer-involved shootings.
The Sanders campaign, which has called for a $15 minimum wage since its beginning, now struggles to meet that demand for many of its own workers.
Why Jordan Peterson's Thinkspot may become a refuge for dissenters.
If mass migration advocates were truly concerned about the plight of children, they would reexamine U.S. policies that incentivize foreign nationals to come to the border.
“Contraceptives are the greatest life-saving, poverty-ending, women-empowering innovation ever created.”
Over 1.3 million people have RSVP’d as “Going” on Facebook to an event titled “Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us.”
The history of the Brexit phenomenon, and how the incoming Prime Minister plans to resolve the situation.
In the early- and mid-20th century, systemic racism often meant that African American communities were excluded from government welfare programs. In the face of this injustice, we see numerous examples of communities stepping up to take care of each other when government officials turned the other way.
The minimum wage’s apparent popularity might be political pyrite (fool’s gold).
How do people account for the discrepancy between projections and actual working hours? There are some popular explanations, all of which share one commonality: they blame the phenomenon on the shortcomings of individuals.
Will Donald Trump’s recent tweets re-unite Nancy Pelosi with the “Squad” and push the Democrat party further into radical progressivism?
A new frequent allegation of progressive politicians and media outlets is that America’s schools are becoming more racially segregated. Are these claims true?
As long as we place ourselves beneath the yoke of “cheap labor” and the “cheap cause” of ideologues, the immigration status quo will continue to hollow out what little remains of our way of life.
Megan Rapinoe could learn a few lessons from Lou Gehrig.
Mass Media, Social Media, and PC culture have created an American social-policing apparatus on par with Chairman Xi Jinping's Social-Credit-Score System.
To fix the political divisions plaguing many college campuses, students must break their silence and re-embrace civil discourse.
Perhaps if the government demanded less (coercively), people would give more voluntarily.
Because of Epstein’s previous convictions as well as his connections to those in high places, this case is already being closely followed.
From the moment Donald Trump raised his right hand and took the oath of office for the presidency, Democrats in Congress, Never-Trumpers, many in the media, and various groups of private citizens have sought his impeachment.
There wasn’t a wide gap between what was being discussed at Socialism 2019 and the ideas emerging from a growing segment of the American left.
It’s unclear why the NEA would vote against re-dedicating itself to “increased student learning."
Americans think of Bastille Day as “France’s Fourth of July.” But do these holidays really celebrate the same thing? Hardly.
Are today’s new motorized electric scooters an epidemic terrorizing American cities?
The U.S. national women’s soccer team is good at two things: making divisive political statements and nagging us about not getting paid enough.
“I, Pencil” has persuaded people of the wonders of the free market. Some want it to be destroyed.
When viewed analytically—based on how much money they generate—women in soccer actually make more than men.
The minimum wage was not the only factor Restaurants Unlimited blamed for their impending bankruptcy. The company also cited a pair of soft restaurant openings and a decline in casual dining.