Just as wars — two World Wars and, equally important, the cold war — dominated the geopolitical map of the 20th century, economics will rule over the 21st. All the big questions confronting the world in the century ahead are basically economic.
Singapore’s newest museum doesn’t dwell on the alleged dichotomy between art and science. Instead, it celebrates the connections between both, with lively galleries of interactive displays in areas such as design, media and technology.
Is pornography essentially an outlet for sexual fantasy, rightly protected by the First Amendment’s free speech provisions? Or is it an instruction manual for violent men that shatters women’s civil rights by contributing to their harassment, humiliation and subordination
A rare meeting of U.N. Security Council heads of state, led for the first time by a U.S
A 19-year-old Jordanian bent on committing “violent jihad” was arrested Thursday after undercover FBI agents foiled his attempt to bomb an office tower in Dallas, Texas, authorities announced late Thursday. Federal officials said Hosam Maher Husein Smadi, who entered the U.S
Islamic fundamentalist group Hamas passed Sen. John Kerry a letter for President Obama while Kerry visited Gaza on Thursday, senior State Department officials said. The letter for the president is in the hands of the U.S