by Justin Salhani Dec 17, 2015
Syrian and Russian missiles had hit civilian areas, with residents being used by ISIS as human shields.
by Justin Salhani Dec 16, 2015
Airwars says that somewhere between 680 and 975 civilians were killed in the last 16 months in Syria and Iraq.
by Justin Salhani Dec 11, 2015
Denunciations, however, also emanated from outside of these shores.
by Emily Atkin Nov 10, 2015
Here are some issues the GOP candidates could address on Tuesday -- if moderators were willing to ask about them.
by Natasha Geiling Oct 9, 2015
In news that shouldn't need repeating: Americans think it's important for our policy makers to actually understand the science on which they base their policies.
by Lauren C. Williams Jul 24, 2015
Whether it’s cybersecurity, privacy, net neutrality or labor concerns, federal regulations have been viewed as both necessary to protect the public at large and those companies’ employees, as well as a hindrance to innovation.
by Lauren C. Williams Jul 19, 2015
"What is wrong with a nipple? What are we afraid of?"
by Sacha Feinman Jun 10, 2015
How the governor of Illinois is using a private fortune to reshape the state government.
by Beenish Ahmed Mar 25, 2015
Life isn't easy for women in Afghanistan, but these women are risking their own lives to change that.
by Beenish Ahmed Mar 11, 2015
Should “the man Vladimir Putin fears most" be afraid?