Supporters have said a Trump-Johnson relationship could touch off a new partnership akin to that of Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher in the 1980s.
We walked on the moon in under a decade, yet in the 57 years since Kennedy’s challenge we are still only talking about reforming the failing K-12 public education system.
Robotic pets will doubtless be delightful. But they may sharpen rather than blunt our increasing isolation.
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.
Taylor Swift's most recent music video portrays American Christians as toothless know-nothings. This isn't satire; this is propaganda.
Don’t give in to social pressure, use the self-checkout if you wish, and don’t lose any sleep over what your friends are sharing in their social media feeds.
The idea that parents get in the way of children’s education and can halt their flourishing is nothing new. It's also false.
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.”
Practice frugality. Work hard. Save and invest your money.
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.
A transwoman has just won a gold medal in weightlifting. Women competitors are not happy campers.
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).
I’d like to see someone write an updated version of this Merle Haggard Classic. But at the rate we are currently progressing, it would be quickly outdated.
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.
We should applaud as Americans become disenchanted with a world of cubicles and debt. They’re finding greater reward in learning a trade.