Students in Missouri, who last week brought about the resignation of the president of the university, camped out in tents on campus. During one of the protests, they declared the area a “safe space," requesting via Twitter that the media not enter in order to protect it from "disingenuous and twisted narratives."
François Hollande holds all the trump cards for demanding that Obama opt to create the political conditions needed to rapidly defeat Daesh.
No one fits the description “strong and wrong” more aptly than Donald Trump: His boundless self-confidence makes the presidential candidate appear strong while being wrong about a number of things.
All nations should seize upon this opportunity to launch a global campaign against the Islamic State group.
At today's Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit meeting in Manila, the capital city of the Philippines, one of the greatest sources of suspense concerned the extent to which the U.S. would squeeze the issue of the South China Sea into discussions which should have predominantly concerned Asia-Pacific trade [Read more]
“Why would you disable my personal account? My real name is Isis Anchalee!” This user is rightfully upset. Despite three attempts to re-activate her Facebook page from its suspension after the Nov. 13 attacks in Paris, the social network has still not granted her request.
And for good reason — her first name, [Read more]
I think it’s time to turn away from the primary circuses, both red and blue, and start considering the often overlooked, arguably superior alternatives.
<i>The bottom line is that the mortality rate for middle-aged white men in the United States is climbing. The reason is that they're only being used as Republican voters.</i>
Things aren't going well for whites in the U.S. If until now that was just a perception, an observation in a nation whose society and [Read more]
Philosopher and cultural scholar Aleksander Pavlov on society’s reaction to public revelations of the illnesses of American movie stars.