What the Iran “debate” has taught us about our ability to discuss world affairs
If the Fourteenth Amendment means that the children of undocumented immigrants are not citizens, as Donald Trump suggests, then they are also not subject to American laws.
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A reporter and a cameraman for CBS affiliate WDBJ in Roanoke were killed. The gunman, who the station said was a former employee, shot himself hours later.
Two weeks after a jury spared James Holmes the death penalty, a Colorado judge sentenced him to life imprisonment Wednesday.
The New York Times is reporting that the Pentagon’s inspector general is looking into allegations that military officials made intelligence assessments seem optimistic.
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Improvements have been made, but without serious investment in infrastructure, the city and its residents will remain vulnerable.
He has announced the withdrawal of all warrants issued before 2015, affecting nearly 10,000 cases.
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The president told Congressman Jerrold Nadler of New York that the U.S. will maintain all options, including military force, should Iran pursue nuclear weapons.
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One of two men who allegedly beat a homeless Hispanic man cited the Republican presidential candidate’s criticism of immigrants as a motivation. Latino leaders aren’t surprised.
The former president on Thursday spoke candidly about the melanoma doctors discovered in his brain.