Celebrating the 56th anniversary of MLK’s original event and enduring vision.
Despite the countless crises faced by people in Lebanon in the past few decades, many say they can't imagine living anywhere else.
Following a two month recess issued in the wake of the October 7 attack by Hamas, the Israeli Prime Minister's corruption trial is set to resume.
"This dismisses decades of work by IPCC scientists," said one expert. "Disgraceful."
The ABC made-for-tv film is a stark reminder that nuclear deterrence is a strategy that can and will fail someday.
The media establishment finds itself heaping praise upon the "noted statesman" despite his enduring legacy as an indefatigable war criminal.
In Temecula, residents with different agendas united this year to remove members who attacked teaching on race and LGBTQ+ topics. Some Black recall supporters say the community has failed for decades to fight racism.
By easing virtually all limits on Israel’s use of the stockpile, Biden could undercut U.S. military preparedness and congressional oversight.
To have even a remote chance of turning back the clock on climate change, we need to also combat autocracy. Can we do both?
Voting rights attorney Jacqueline De León says that as Native Americans have flexed their political power, some states have tried to add barriers.
Where humanity is headed in an overcrowded, over-consuming world.
Despite industry claims, the evidence suggests industrial-scale cattle farming will always hurt the planet.
Ethnic Armenians have fled a once-thriving democracy in Artsakh after an offensive by the authoritarian regime in Azerbaijan.
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