Portrayed in advertising as akin to a chic airborne Bedouin-and-breakfast oasis, three Middle Eastern airlines are wielding power more like 19th century robber barons — exploiting their workers at home while shifting valuable U.S. aviation jobs overseas.
Two recent White House directives, read together, should help decrease chances for Americans to be taken hostage, increase opportunities for better outcomes for those who are, and contribute to making the United States and the world a safer and more secure place.
According to the Recipe Source, more than 150 million hot dogs will be consumed this holiday weekend.
Now that the Supreme Court has rendered its decision on marriage equality, it’s important to put into context one argument sustained by many conservatives who oppose LGBT rights. There has been speculation that the favorable court ruling will...
The Mariana Islands are an indispensable element of the network on which U.S. military influence in the oceanic theater of the West Pacific rests.
But the four-year civil war has destroyed food production, the very heart of any nation.
Since our country was founded, private property has served as a cornerstone of our freedoms.
If construction laborers arrived at a jobsite and weren’t ready to work and do their job, they would rightfully be sent home. Yet that is exactly what Congress has done when it comes to the Highway Trust Fund.
The problem is clear. So are the solutions.
As the nuclear negotiations enters overtime, the optimism of a comprehensive accord is becoming a reality to both sides of the negotiating table as well as the international community.