The Hollywood A-lister had nothing to apologize for.
Thiel suggested that Google’s decision to work with the Chinese military is “treasonous” and likely occurred because the company has
Smart speakers and cameras are storing video footage and recordings of nearly every aspect of our private lives.
For several reasons, Israel has joined various Arab powers to back a strongman in Libya, explains Giorgio Cafiero. By Giorgio
Double-jeopardy rules almost certainly prohibit settling a federal case and then prosecuting it again in federal court.
The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled for the Trump administration Friday in a case concerning the withholding of federal funds
A House report published Friday said U.S. Customs and Border Protection has detained hundreds of migrant children for longer than
Ryan said Trump was completely unprepared to take office and often had to be convinced not to follow his instincts
A federal judge in Washington, D.C., has just shut down half of Robert Mueller’s Russian-interference case, writes Daniel Lazare. By
The UN special rapporteur on torture, Nils Melzer; journalist Aaron Maté and former U.S. Senator and presidential candidate Mike Gravel
Elizabeth Vos reviews the infamous legal case of Marc Dutroux and why it engendered public distrust in the institutions of
The current format for presidential-primary debates serves the networks, but not the voters or candidates.
President Trump is expected to announce Thursday that he is abandoning his long-running legal battle to add a citizenship question
Jonathan Cook explains why the wave of pro-Zionist preachers taking an interest in Israel is bad news for Palestinians and