Could polarization be a prelude to a renewal of 'From many, one?' You bet it could.
One-sided analysis doesn’t lead us to the truth. We must look at issues from multiple vantage points to truly see the whole picture.
Cat litter may not be the sexiest topic out there for a buying guide. For cat owners, though, finding a litter that keeps both them and their furry friends happy is the secret to coexistence (along with scratching posts).
British members of Parliament voted Monday to replace the aging fleet of submarines that carries their country's nuclear missiles. But the vote was far from unanimous.
The European Union is laying the groundwork for tougher emissions caps after current emissions standards expire in 2021.
Community kitchens from Los Angeles to Singapore are training – and empowering – countless people around the globe to join the growing food industry.
When Babak Arzani fled Iran and reached Hungary in 2010, he found himself in a foreign land where he didn't speak the language. He helped found a group that supports the rights of refugees and asylum-seekers.
LeBron James and fellow NBA stars Carmelo Anthony, Chris Paul, and Dwyane Wade took the stage at the awards ceremony to address issues of gun violence and racial profiling.
Keeping fuel prices low doesn't benefit OPEC in the short term, but it could lead to long-term benefits for oil-producing countries when the supply of oil is low.
Discussions about money are among the most common communication struggles for couples, as they can easily unravel into fights. Learning how to properly navigate these discussions is an important component of any healthy relationship.
An international tribunal in The Hague is set to release a ruling on Tuesday on the territorial dispute between China and the Philippines in the South China Sea.
Many believe that changing Article 9 is Prime Minister Abe’s lifelong political mission. His coalition now holds a two-thirds majority in both houses of the legislature, opening the door for such reform.
A roundup of global commentary for the July 11, 2016-July 18, 2016 weekly magazine.
A bill requiring companies to disclose GMO content in their food has passed in the Senate, reflected heated societal debate about the products' risks and the right to information.