Karl Lindemann
Karl Lindemann

The Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Rolling Stone Cover Picture is Not Only Important, It's Necessary

The Rolling Stone cover picture depicting Dzhokhar Tsarnaev as a regular guy vitally contributes to the conversation we need to have, despite the media's vitriolic response.

News

Naftali Bennett: The Israel-Palestine Two State Solution Is Dead

Recent comments by Israeli Minister of Industry and Trade Naftali Bennett, although controversial, seem to be accurate: the Two State Solution is dead.
News

The U.S. Military Just Took a Cue From Saudi Arabia and Convicted a Drunken Woman Of "Attempted Adultery"

In a case that sounds like it came straight out of Saudi Arabia, the U.S. military has convicted a woman of "attempted adultery" after she accused a man of trying to rape her.
News

Egypt's Next Huge Problem is Crippling Bread and Gas Shortages

Impending wheat shortages, likely to be blamed on the Muslim Brotherhood-dominated government, could drastically change the political sphere in Egypt.
News

Predator Drones: Study Uncovers Obama Lies On Drone Program

A new report shows the extent to which the Obama administration has mislead the public about the nature of drone strikes. It's a lot.
News

So it begins

Live coverage of the State of the Union Address, set to begin at 9 pm Tuesday.

News

State of the Union Address 2013: LIVE Coverage

Live coverage of the State of the Union Address, set to begin at 9 pm Tuesday.
News

Obama has entered the building

Live coverage of the State of the Union Address, set to begin at 9 pm Tuesday.
News

Details of Obama's speech revealed

Live coverage of the State of the Union Address, set to begin at 9 pm Tuesday.
News

Israeli Knesset Elections: What to Expect Next Week

Israel will hold elections for its main legislative body on January 22. With a continuing rise in right-wing parties, look for conservative politics to be the continued norm.
News

Guantanamo Bay Detainees: Most Are Cleared For Release, But Remain in Gitmo

Guantanamo Bay represents one of the worst examples of disregard for human rights, justice, and the Constitution. It should be shut down, and impartial trials held.

News

Syria Civil War: Bashar al-Assad Reportedly Seeking Asylum in Venezuela

As the Syrian president's administration continues to fracture, reports have emerged that he may be exploring options to finally leave the country.

Victoria's Secret Pink: Consent is Sexy, But Censorship By Facebook and Twitter is Not

The "Pink Loves Consent" hoax promoting consensual sex and conversations about rape has prompted an angry response from Victoria's Secret, and censorship from Facebook and Twitter.
News

Human Rights Day 2012: 4 Ways in Which The US Violates Human Rights

On Human Rights Day, Americans should celebrate their well-protected freedom of speech by talking about all the ways our government abuses human rights in our name.
News

Mohammed Morsi Protests: How America Must Respond to the Muslim Brotherhood Power Grab

The U.S. should respond to Morsi's recent presidential decree by increasing its support for democracy in the Middle East.
News

Israel Hamas Conflict: Israel Invasion on Gaza Strip May Lead to a Massacre

Since imposing an internationally illegal siege on Gaza in 2007, Israel has been constantly violating Palestinians' human rights in Gaza. The recent violence will likely be another extreme case.

News

Presidential Election 2012 Results: Obama Wins - LIVE Updates and Coverage

Live coverage of all the big races in Michigan, including the biggest one of all between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney.
News

Obama vs Romney: 5 Issues That Will Not Change Regardless of Who Wins the Election

As election day approaches, Americans are hearing more and more about how fundamentally different the two candidates are. Here are five issues on which they agree completely.
News

Who won the debate: Obama more assertive and articulate

Live coverage of tonight's debate on foreign policy. Romney and Obama will go head to head for the last time before the elections
News

Who Won the Debate: Obama Makes a Comeback With a Vengence

Romney and Obama meet for the second time on Tuesday in a town hall style debate. Romney had a convincing win in the first debate; the ball is in Obama's court.