Public schools are more segregated than they have been for more than 40 years, but the "Last Week Tonight" host argues this isn't a case of resegregation. It turns out cities like New York "never really bothered integrating in the first place."
A new bill by everyone's favorite Sen. Joe Lieberman and newly elected Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown aims to give the State Department permission to yank the citizenship status of individuals who allegedly ally themselves with terrorists and terrorist groups.
In the face of growing pessimism after the Republican U.S. Senate victory in Massachusetts, Howard Dean, who in December vocally denounced the Senate health care legislation as weak, says he still believes the Democrats can pass a scaled-down health bill despite Republican foot-dragging.
The California governor told CNN's Campbell Brown that Sarah Palin will be ready to be president "by the time she's sworn in" What's that about on-the-job training?.
Instead of offering puerile ads trashing Obama, McCain should show how he'd be the change U.S. voters are waiting for.
If Zimbabwe's Thug-for-Life Robert Mugabe had any worry about the reception he would face at the African Union summit at Egypt's Sharm el-Sheikh resort on Monday, he can exhale. Mugabe received a leader's welcome and only modest challenge as he sailed through his first international meeting since being reinstalled as Zimbabwean president after a sham election. Updated
Gordon Brown has won an important victory in his effort to extend the time British authorities can hold terror suspects without charge from 28 to 42 days. The measure was significantly controversial, however, that 36 members of the prime minister's party voted against it.
Celebrations are under way this week to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the founding of Israel. While world leaders added their congratulations and support to heighten the festivities, over 20,000 Palestians (most of whom, as this Mosaic Intelligence Report points out, are Israeli citizens) marked the occasion with a protest march at the abandoned Palestinian village of Safouria.