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Perhaps the best way forward in dealing with President Trump's idiosyncrasies starts with a deep soul-searching. The left
One can draw some parallels between Trump and George W. Bush Jr. Both were born in wealth (one in power too) and both were
We're ready to roll up our sleeves and get to work fighting for what makes America truly great: freedom, opportunity, diversity, and compassion.
In the past 70 years, the US has contributed more than half a trillion dollars to cover the immense growth and maintenance
2016 was a watershed year for Make Music Matter. We primarily work in Rwanda and the Democratic Republic of Congo to address
Others might ask: Well, what could we have done, if nobody was talking seriously about putting troops in harm's way? Many
For refugee children in Turkey, the main issues are both mental health and the lack of education (how much further behind
The Kremlin is hopeful, but some citizens, opposition leaders and intellectuals worry he won’t stay true to enough promises to mend U.S.-Russia relations.
During three full days in September 2005, 170 U.N. member states gathered for an extraordinary summit meeting at the U.N. headquarters in New York to assess the state of international development in the world.
It is not strange that in the midst of an intra-European crisis that scapegoats are in high demand. History teaches us that the weakest were always the best candidates for this role. Unfortunately, today this role is reserved for the Muslims of Europe.