Here’s some of the good news of 2016. There’s plenty.
Violence dominated the headlines this year. But by many measures, humanity is in better shape than it’s ever been.
By refusing to take up immigration reform, the House speaker stands at odds with the nation’s fundamental principle of opportunity.
The United Nations has set conflicting goals for 2030: combatting climate change while providing energy to all.
There’s a simple way to reform welfare: Send money to those who need it, without conditions.
The president visited the region as yet another donor, not an equal partner.
Developing a new framework for assessing the post-Cold War, post-9/11 world