by Laurel Raymond Sep 4, 2015
Why the tragic picture of one 3-year-old refugee could change the debate on the migrant crisis. He was laid to rest today.
by Justin Salhani Sep 4, 2015
Refugee workers say that Europe is also largely responsible for refugee deaths at sea because they fail to provide safe and legal land routes.
by Beenish Ahmed Sep 3, 2015
Although Norway has some of the lowest incarceration rates in the world, it's run out of room in its prison system.
by Justin Salhani Sep 2, 2015
34 Senators have so far announced their support of the deal while 32 have said they will oppose it.
by Beenish Ahmed Sep 2, 2015
One person dies on India's roads every five minutes. A national minister was killed last year, but the country still hasn't reformed its traffic laws.
by Judd Legum Sep 1, 2015
The book essentially lays out the worldview and agenda of a Cheney presidency.
by Justin Salhani Aug 31, 2015
With such controversy surrounding the current drone program, any future president will have to decide what role, if any, drone attacks should play in counterterror operations.
by Lauren C. Williams Aug 31, 2015
"The tipping point is near."
by Beenish Ahmed Aug 28, 2015
“Guatemala still needs to transform a culture of impunity into a culture in which the truth is told and individuals are held accountable, whoever they are,” United Nations officials said in a statement.
by Justin Salhani Aug 28, 2015
In 2011, Congress passed a law that would allow intelligence analysts to approach the Pentagon’s Inspector General should they feel the intelligence is being misrepresented.