Just as Riyadh is interested in outflanking Tehran, the U.S. wishes to do the same with Russia.
As times have progressed, the forum of public opinion has seen increasingly direct discussions of societal problems, and a rational exploration of these issues has become the prevailing trend. However, due to several rather more traditional factors, there still remain those accustomed to using the identity of an [Read more]
It is not national or international problems that are worrying, but being able to confront them.
As long as everything is done in a respectable manner, where is the problem?
They all have something in common, though, the nigh impossibility of uniting the Republican Party with all its loopier constituent factions.
At her press conference, [Nina Pham] said a terrible thing: 'I believe in the power of prayer.'
The hug was carefully calculated, and the president personally showed that U.S. health workers can safely treat patients suffering from Ebola. Obama’s message is that widespread fear over Ebola is overrated and citizens should rest assured the disease can be contained.