Changes in public opinion toward affirmative action reflect a profound rethinking of race, privilege, and diversity in America.
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The myth that a revolutionary shift is happening because a movement or group is using social media should have been debunked by now.
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Obama will praise the progress already made and push for more reforms in Myanmar, but the most important goal of the trip is sending a message to China.
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Obama emphasized the importance of equality and democratic ideals in new Middle Eastern governments in Monday's debate. His administration's policies tell a different story.
Follow along for updates at the third and final 2012 Presidential Debate between President Obama and Mitt Romney in Boca Raton, Florida.
Friday's bombing in Beirut reveals old power struggles that have implications far beyond Lebanon and Syria.
After a listless performance in the first presidential debate, Barack Obama will have to convince viewers that he understands their problems, while making a strong case for a second term.
On Sunday’s "Meet the Press," little was said about the candidates that hasn’t been said yet this far in the election season. But Stephen Colbert said it best.
Thursday's vice presidential debate in Danville, Kentucky gives Vice President Joe Biden a chance to distinguish his administration's policies from the anti-women positions of Paul Ryan.