Recently publicized sightings of UFOs by multiple U.S. military personnel has renewed discussion on this shadowy and often silly subject.
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Hollywood has long been obsessed with Russians and Soviets playing baddies, and recent films show that the end of the Cold War clearly did not mean the end of Russian villainy.
He is a conspiracy, perhaps a cyborg, placed in the spotlight to make his competition—and the rest of us—look bad.
The most pressing issue in producing p-values revolves around the fact that it is currently a divisive and dichotomous measure.
Beto has a greater resemblance to a jellyfish, floating wherever the current takes him, than to an intentional candidate with intentional ideas.
In one study, researchers found that almost 40% of women had no idea that their primary hospital was Catholic.
Leaving the EU to negotiate with the US on a bilateral basis is disastrous for Britain, because America holds all the cards.
The significance of Kristallnacht—a turning point in global history—paints a fearsome picture for its 2018 doppelganger.
The Vice President did his homework on China… for the most part.
A thaw after a 20 year freeze in relations is rapidly occurring in Eastern Africa, but nothing is for certain.
The common consumer has more power in this new media economy than we ever have in the past.
Despite the seeming recklessness of the move to withdraw from the HRC, the move is inherently strategic and points to extensive forethought within the Administration.
North’s de-escalation is a strategic, carefully calculated step that began with Kim Jong Un’s New Year’s speech and culminated with the Singapore summit.
Although the U.S. remains a global leader in scientific research, the disparity between the U.S. and the E.U. illuminate diverging priorities between them.
Police union contracts have become a crucial way for police departments to wield power and exert control over their jurisdictions—and lives are lost as a result.
With an entrenched history in alternative forms of cultural and economic exchange, smuggling markets arose in Libya as an answer to address the needs of its people.
Everyone is talking about the Special Counsel… but what about the Independent Counsel? Such an office is a better option for the United States’ 2018 needs.
Moscow increasingly wants a greater share of tax and hydrocarbon revenues, meanwhile giving fewer state resources to the regions and oppressing minority culture and language where it can.
Iranian President Rouhani said that Iran honors its deals, unlike the United States—a clear slap in the face to U.S. diplomacy and the president.