Tutu's lasting legacy to South Africa and the world is the principle that oppressed people should equally obey principles of justice and human rights in their struggle.
Joseph Iniguez, the chief of staff for Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón, allegedly threatened to place a policeman on a list of dishonest officers after the staffer's fiancée was stopped Dec.
If 2020 was the year of the riot, 2021 was the year of the jury trial -- the year when Americans quietly and anonymously asserted the rule of law in the most direct fashion possible: by considering the facts, and pronouncing guilt or innocence.
Republican congressional candidate Martin Hyde faces daily fines from his Homeowner’s Association (HOA) after installing Christmas lights that read, “Let’s Go Brandon” on his home’s balcony.
"I don't think about the former president," Biden said earlier this month. Perhaps he and his advisers should think about Trump's successes a little more, and learn from them.
Didion offered warnings about the emptiness of the left-wing counterculture emerging with the hippie movement and the New Left radicals -- warnings that still resonate today.
Members of the Turkic diaspora from East Turkistan, an occupied region China calls Xinjiang, urged President Joe Biden on Wednesday to aid the tens of thousands of Uyghurs and other ethnic groups fleeing the ongoing Chinese genocide in the region.
While there have been improvements at the ports, thanks both to public and private initiatives, the cargo crunch is almost bad as it has ever been.
The Vatican published a special communiqué Wednesday reaffirming its approval of the coronavirus vaccines to prevent possible confusion stemming from a separate text affirming that vaccines will not “solve the problem” of the pandemic by themselves.
TheUnited States House Select Committee on the January 6 Attack wrote Wednesday to Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) asking him to testify about phone calls with then-president Donald Trump -- after rejecting him as a member of the committee.
The Supreme Court announced late Wednesday that it will hear oral arguments in appeals against two of President Joe Biden's vaccine mandates January 7. One mandate involves large employers, and the other involves healthcare workers.
PresidentJoseph Robinette Biden Jr.'s job approval numbers are underwater in 45 states and close to underwater in two overwhelmingly blue states,according to CIVIQS'srollingjob approval average.
Another Republican who voted for the second impeachment of President Donald Trump in January has seen his district redrawn in a way that makes it more difficult for him to win reelection next year -- this time, Rep.
Rep. Scott Perry (R-PA) has rejected an invitation by the United States House Select Committee on the January 6 Attack to testify, calling the committee "illegitimate" and "not duly constituted under the rules of the US House of Representatives.
Radical San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin came out Monday against Mayor London Breed's new policy to expand police funding and declare a "state of emergency" in the crime- and drug-ravaged Tenderloin district downtown.
California's "independent" redistricting commission has done it again, drawing a new congressional map Monday that favors incumbent Democrats, hurts Republicans, and removes a district from Los Angeles, the weaker of the state's political cities.
Three vulnerableDemocrats announced they would not be seeking reelection to the House of Representatives within 24 hours of each other, bringing the total of House Democrats not seeking reelection to 23.
The office of Special Prosecutor Dan Webb released its full 60-page "summary report" Monday afternoon of its investigation into the office of Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx over her improper handling of the Jussie Smollett case in 2019.
Novelist Kat Rosenfield has penned an essay at UnHerd pointing out that the American left, which has long claimed health care is a “human right,” has dropped that demand when it comes to those who are unvaccinated against the coronavirus.
Democrats, media pundits, and Hollywood stars threw tantrums on social media on Sunday after Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) toldFox News Sunday that he would not vote for President Joe Biden's multi-trillion-dollar "Build Back Better" bill.
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