Israel's and Iran's go-it-alone ways are rooted in similar histories of being bullied.
John Boehner accused tea party anarchists of promoting violence. But the truth is that anarchists promote peaceful choices, individual freedom, and opposition to institutionalized aggression.
Glenn Beck is hosting a 'Restoring Honor' rally in Washington this weekend.
A new Constitution that took effect Friday sets Kenya on a path toward reducing tribal differences – and violence. Other nations with ethnic rivalries can learn from it.
What Hurricane Katrina brought to New Orleans – government failures, a hollowed-out housing market, and big federal bailouts – is now understood by the rest of America.
In recent years, Russia viewed the threat of climate change in naive or cavalier terms. But this summer's devastating weather was a wake-up call.
At a Monitor breakfast this week, economist Mark Zandi listed several reasons why he's optimistic about the American economy. In six to 12 months, 'we are going to be surprised at how well the economy is doing.'
After successfully hosting this summer's World Cup, the challenge for South Africa's government is to make a serious dent in urban crime, tackle corruption, lessen poverty, and shape South Africa as a model for a continent wracked by economic and political problems.
Dr. Alveda King – the niece of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., – explains why she's speaking at the Glenn Beck 8/28 rally in Washington this Saturday.
The Great Recession forced consumers and states to correct bad habits. But other lessons still need to be learned to strengthen America.
New figures from the Mortgage Bankers Association show still-high rates of delinquency.