A 2006 US law has cut Web-based betting. If anything, the law needs to be toughened.
While China used bullets in Tibet, Taiwan used ballots to register dissent in an election.
The high court must balance its leaning toward a gun ownership right with society's interest in safety.
Obama's extraordinary speech on race captured the subtleties of today's debate.
The press plays an unwitting role in the subtle battle to influence public opinion.
Turkey's prime minister must build trust in issues of mosque and state.
Both China and followers of the Dalai Lama in Tibet need to return to peaceful means.
He can persuade China not to trade with an Iran racing to make weapons-grade uranium.
The system set up to catch financial misdeeds by politicians works.
A ruling against home schooling reveals a belief that children are mere creatures of the state.
One solution: Require that buyers return their unused pharmaceuticals to vendors.
A big Air Force contract that involves a foreign entity passes muster on the merits.
Another memoir hoax packs a punch that hits at more than just the world of letters.
A nasty campaign may push the party to cut short the primary season next time.
Not just gas prices are high. The Fed needs to start thinking of raising interest rates.
There's no surprise in Russia's newly elected president – or is there?
Restraint in defending itself from Hamas rockets will give moral strength to Israel.
Resistance to fencing on the US southern border is building. Washington must stand firm.
Inviting Western musicians won't help the regime in its latest try at nuclear blackmail.
Senators should not block votes on needed nominees to the Federal Election Commission.