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The “most wonderful time of the year” has seen it all.
The U.S. used an anti-polio campaign as a tool in their covert operations, and now children are paying the price.
Not only is the NSA's far-reaching surveillance reminiscent of Watergate and McCarthyism-type paranoia, but also could be devastating to the U.S' current interests in the fight against terrorism.
As Obama voices his outrage against the plight of the Syrian children, he is neglecting to even acknowledge the hundreds of Pakistani and Yemeni children who have died at the hands of the U.S.
Malala Yousafzai's UN speech was met with admiration and acclaim worldwide. However, adoration for the young activist is not to be found at her home in Pakistan.
Without unrestricted freedom of expression, it is highly unlikely that Pakistan will be able to form a real democracy.
Twenty-five Twitter users were detained by police on charges of spreading propaganda and inciting demonstrations, but that won't deter the thousands of Turks who are protesting via social media.
With complaints of sexual harassment on the rise in Beijing, the Chinese police have warned women against wearing “minimal clothing” such as mini-skirts and hot pants to avoid unwanted groping.
According to a Gallup poll, 77% of Americans believe that the influence of religion is declining in the U.S., representing the most negative evaluation of religion's impact in the U.S. since 1970
An adorable 73-year-old man with dementia, missing for nearly 16 hours, was found safe when he walked up to the very news crew who was reporting on the story surrounding his disappearance.
A woman called 911 and pleaded for help when her abusive ex-boyfriend tried to break into her house. However, because of budget cuts, the dispatcher had no one to send.
Khan may not have won, but he has certainly arrived. His party will indeed prove to be the strongest opposition the country has seen yet.
Rigging and a severe lack of transparency in Pakistan — most prominently seen in Karachi — has marred the election process.
Imran Khan's emergence as a serious politician, the youth and women's participation in the election process and the Taliban's dangerous threats have made this the most unpredictable election yet.
Whether Pakistanis agree with his politics or not, Imran Khan is still revered and loved as one of Pakistan’s greatest leader and hero — and with good reason, as shown from his perseverance.
The few who interpret Islam in a radical and dangerous way are in no way indicative of the overwhelming majority who don't.
Imran Khan has been gaining momentum unlike any other and if polls are any indication, this election could be exactly what Pakistan needs to break away from the status quo and turn things around.
A Tea Party group has finally come to America's rescue and discovered – or rather, rediscovered – exactly what Washington has been missing for the last few years: it's Sarah Palin.
Polls will open in Massachusetts for the primary vote in the special election to fill Secretary of State John Kerry’s seat on Tuesday.
According to a survey released by Gallup on Monday, 65% of Americans believe that the Senate should have expanded background checks for gun sales.
Jason Collins, the NBA center, has become the first active male athlete in a major professional sport to come out as gay.
The Pakistani Taliban's continuous attacks on Pakistan's secular politicians have the potential to destabilize Pakistan’s already shaky democracy and postpone the upcoming elections.
These men are no longer hungry for food, but are starving for freedom. It is the U.S.' job to deliver to these innocent men what is a staple of America's own foundation.
Some say things look better in the morning. It has been several mornings since Bush was last president and it's safe to say that his legacy continues to look worse.