Donald Trump should have thought through all of his options carefully before embarking on a potentially futile policy of levying tariffs on Chinese goods.
Following a series of moves by the Trump Administration that some believe favor Israel over Palestine, experts are forecasting that in the coming months, Israel may be asked for something in…
Trump's tweets about Hurricane Maria's death toll are undoubtedly ridiculous, but the analysis should go deeper than just partisan bickering to learn what actions are needed for a more…
Immigration judges in the US are under more pressure than ever before to handle a backlog of more than 750,000 impending immigration cases.
Throughout the past year, a climate of hatred and hostility towards journalists in the United States has become significantly worse.
The fresh wave of protest in Iraq has provided the United States with an opportunity to re-enter the country’s political spectrum.
Pope Francis met with U.S. bishops and cardinals to discuss the Vatican's response to a new wave of devastating claims of sexual abuse by clergy.
President Donald Trump paid tribute to the "heroes" who fought back against hijackers on September 11, 2001, vowing America would never flinch in the face of evil.
Climate change can be seen as a paradigmatic alteration in our place on Earth based on new science and technology, but Trump’s America moves beyond the mainstream and resists the new ideas…
Two-thirds of American adults get at least some of their news from social media, even though many are skeptical about the accuracy of that information.
With a new policy that targets legal immigrants who receive a variety of public benefits, Trump's administration validates the untruth that immigrants drain government assistance.
People turn to podcasts for a sense of someone else who’s been there initially trying to process their own thoughts and feelings, Mike McHargue says.
The US administration had canceled more than $200 million in aid for the Palestinians in the Gaza Strip and West Bank.
Laurence Tribe, a professor of constitutional law at Harvard, said there is no legal reason why a president cannot be indicted.
How prepared is the U.S. to deal with future disasters? The Globe Post asked Dr. Irwin Redlener, a clinical professor of Health Policy and Management and Pediatrics at Columbia University.
Donald Trump's former campaign chief Paul Manafort was found guilty of fraud on Tuesday, in the first trial resulting from the Russian meddling probe.