What's behind China's prompt welcome of the Taliban? A look at how Afghanistan’s troubles affect China and its hegemonic plans.
Rosa Parks, an Alabamian, is known as "the mother of the civil rights movement." Her arrest in 1955 for refusing to give up her seat on a Montgomery bus to a white man became a rallying point for Alabama's emerging civil rights movement.
Remembering economist Milton Friedman, a staunch supporter of free-market capitalism.
With a draft of the Cannabis Administration and Opportunity Act out, we look at what Americans think of the drug, its status, and usage.
Americans across the aisle believe that growing the economy should be the country's top priority. Few favor stopgap measures like income redistribution—a quick look at how the two approaches differ.
The COVID-19 pandemic caught the U.S. on the back foot, scrambling to procure necessities like medicines, ventilators, and masks. It exposed the country's lopsided reliance on third-party vendors, foreign manufacturers, and other nations.
On Madiba's birthday, commemorated as Nelson Mandela Day, here's a look at the extraordinary life and the end of a separatist rule.
A brief look at the role of semiconductors in today’s world and why the U.S. should improve its production capabilities in the domain.
A brief look at Mary Baker Eddy’s extraordinary life, the relevance of her work today, and the legacy she left behind.
The majority of Americans are in favor of aiding other countries with vaccine supplies. Such sentiment is very welcome as the world’s poorest nations struggle to vaccinate their populations with limited means and success.
A majority of Americans, 68%, consider North Korea to be a threat. The country’s nuclear programs and illicit trade have long been viewed with trepidation by others.