And the latest casting of Halle Bailey as Ariel in "The Little Mermaid" is another step forward.
After world leaders mourn a queen, but not the British Empire, they warn of the Kremlin leader's drive to resurrect a Russian Empire.
Thankfully, there's a solution, and it takes only a simple vote of Congress: Expand and reorganize the federal court system.
The opinion by two Trump-appointed judges and one Obama-appointed judge remedies a poor and possibly partisan U.S. District Court ruling.
North Korea's new law takes this to its logical extreme.
Avoiding the topic is not a prevention strategy.
Cars should not be our default transportation option.
The status quo isn't working, and we need to do more.
One factor rarely discussed: Businesses are charging more because they can.
While many Western observers tend to view the Russian regime as a monolith, the reality is more complex.
U.S. and allies must decide now how they'd react.
He's right about the waning pandemic but still wants emergency funding.
In our fractured society, trust in the vote is vital.
On immigration, red and blue America are united in self-serving bunk.
This beautiful, short season reminds us to enjoy this life we have.
Performative schemes at the expense of the vulnerable. Accompanied by questionable legality, ugly historical roots and persistent policy avoidance.
Figure out the culture — the vibe — so you can determine if a particular school would be a place where you could thrive.
Released in 1999, the Patten Report is a good tool for Minneapolis.
Enhancing the traceability of self-assembled weapons will aid police investigations.
Trading one car for another isn't enough. We need structural change in our cities.