The death penalty continues to be plagued by arbitrariness, discrimination, caprice and mistakes in application.
It is imperative the U.S. leads the way in defending freedom of the seas.
Rarely does the image of the American "world police" and "Mr. Clean" emerge so clearly in matters of corruption as it has with the arrests of FIFA officials in a Zurich luxury hotel.
Rick Santorum wants to be president of the United States — along with a lot of other Republicans. An insignificant primary election threatens. One candidate could profit from that.
Several days ago, the United States pointed to Chinese island building in the South China Sea as being responsible for exacerbated tensions in the region. But a Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson responded yesterday, saying that U.S. assumptions about Chinese construction in the South China Sea are unfounded. In [Read more]
Then-European Commission President Manuel Barroso bit off more than he could chew when he declared in January 2013 that he wanted to have the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership between the U.S. and EU wrapped up within two years. That was unrealistic, and gave opponents the opportunity to argue that [Read more]
The longer one sticks to the illusion of raising school performance levels with punishable tests, the greater the disillusionment will be.
Pakistan will never purchase electricity from India because India has wrongfully seized Pakistan's share of water.