DNA suggests prehistoric wetland called the Makgadikgadi-Okavango, south of the Great Zambezi River, is the birthplace of humanity.
Enough is enough. It's time for real intellectual diversity at Mississippi's flagship university—and campuses across the country.
The president will draw large protests. Illinois is a state where the president's message of "America first" is considered a "trigger-term" and a macro aggression.
And a lot to do with access to birth control.
President Trump's impulsive decision to allow the slaughter of Kurdish civilians and the Syrian Democratic Forces will leave a dark legacy that extends far beyond this war or this presidency.
A year ago the ruling class—along with many business leaders—largely stayed away from "Davos in the Desert". Not so today.
"If brains are cultivated in the laboratory, without time limit, could they ever develop a form of consciousness that surpasses human capacity? As I see it, why not?" argues neuroscientist Guillaume Thierry.
Congress can't end the China trade war or turn back the clock on Syria, but at least it can cement trade ties with Canada and Mexico by passing USMCA.
Courts are blocking President Donald Trump's despicable public charge immigration rule, but the damage already shows. This fight is far from over.
Winning primaries in states where Democrats are unlikely to win an election has been a tried and tested strategy for candidates, including Barack Obama and Hilary Clinton.
The tradition of releasing a winter holiday cup has been going for 22 years and is loved by consumers across the globe.
Starbucks is releasing four cup designs in 2019, along with some firm food and drinks favorites such as the peppermint mocha.
Carving a basic jack-o'-lantern in 45 minutes? Sure, no problem, unless you're talking about a portrait of Lady Gaga, Beyoncé or someone's pet poodle.
The fact many don't like Trump's five core principles—self-enrichment, protectionism, alt-xenophobia, isolationism and allegiance to family above all—doesn't mean he doesn't have them.
We now face a serious competitor that does not want to share the world stage—it wants to dominate and control it.
Russia is set to interfere in the 2020 elections, and Republicans are happy to let it happen. Gabbard could benefit them both.
As long as there are still men who think it's OK to speak like Ken Fisher did, industries will continue to send the message that business is a "man's world." It's time to end this.
Abandoning our Kurdish partners, who valiantly fought alongside us to combat ISIS, is not consistent with who we are as a military force.
There is only one Democratic candidate. Any other outlook will give President Donald Trump a second term.
As a lawyer and former senior counsel to a congressional committee, I am dumbfounded by what's going on in Washington. Congress must have a way to expedite subpoena enforcement against the executive branch.
Trump has been funneling government dollars into his own pockets ever since he was elected.
Companies are burning forests and land year after year, with little recourse.
Stranded between Iran and Erdogan, Israel needs regional allies—but they won't move until the peace process with the Palestinians is revived.