Modernity poses a not-unhealthy challenge to all religions to reflect on their core convictions. What is Christianity all about?
Small, private schools with small endowments tend to overly rely on tuition funds, and many are in dire straits right now as enrollments decline. Some may survive, but many will fail.
A network of alliances and cooperative relationships is emerging in south and east Asia to combat China’s increasingly aggressive rise.
A virus with a roughly 50 percent fatality rate has been surging in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates in recent weeks. Scientists worry the region is one mutation away from a very scary outbreak.
ACA supporters are hailing ACA cost savings, but there’s a catch: premiums are going down because networks are getting narrower.
Narendra Modi and the BJP are using Modi lookalikes to help campaign in India’s election.
Unions are waging an aggressive campaign against nonprofit groups that fund research into problems with public pensions.
The hunt for a radio host who insulted Thailand’s king gives us a window into the parlous state of the country and its politics.
A trend towards cutting back on unnecessary procedures could save patients real time and money. Unfortunately, some medical guilds aren’t eager to reduce waste that’s profitable to their memberships.
It’s time to start thinking strategically about how to deal with Vladimir Putin in a post-Crimea world. A good first step would be to strengthen commitment to NATO in Europe.
Google was the second-biggest corporate spender on lobbying in 2012. Big Tech needs Uncle Sam’s help, and Washington needs a happy and vibrant Silicon Valley.
It’s time to restore Transatlantic security relations to their central place in U.S. national security strategy.
The IPCC has some suggestions for averting disastrous climate change, but rather than propping up current-generation renewables technology, we’d be better off funding the research and development of products capable of competing on their own merit.
Private colleges have fought against a federal system that would make data on graduation rates and employment outcomes available to students. This idea’s time may finally have arrived, however: Both parties have gotten behind it.
A brazen morning bombing of a bus station on the outskirts of Abuja marks the largest terrorist attack ever this close to Nigeria’s capital. Though no group has yet claimed responsibility, the Islamist group Boko Haram is the likely culprit.
On the heels of Japan’s recent apology to the Philippines for wartime brutality, the Japanese PM will meet with South Korea’s President to discuss the “comfort women” dispute.
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Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott leaves Asia in triumph. He signed two free-trade agreements—one with Japan and the other with South Korea—and laid the groundwork for a third with China.