The cost of innovation has gone down, and small projects can add up to big changes.
The administration said it was prepared for any contingency. It clearly wasn’t.
We must fulfill our moral obligation to the Afghans while still working to minimize national security risks and culture clash.
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The fall of Kabul is a blow not just to global democracy, but to the U.S.'s ongoing foreign policy aims as well.
The GOP wants to make social media content moderation the government's business.
President Ashraf Ghani flees the country, the Taliban prepares to assume state power, and the U.S. scrambles to get the last of its people out.
The withdrawal debacle will be a political liability for the president.
There is no plan or will to reverse our losses in Afghanistan. In the days ahead, our foes will test us and our allies will doubt our resolve.
Mike Lindell promised evidence that would reinstate Donald Trump as president. Instead, attendees at his cyber symposium got three days of smoke and mirrors.
Iranian support for Hamas and Hezbollah has done little to make conditions better for those living under the jurisdiction of the Palestinian Authority.
An interview with Bill Bratton, former NYPD commissioner.
A new law allows students to graduate from high school without the ability to read, write, or do math.
Biden is hardly the first president to violate his oath. But this is no way to run a constitutional republic.
Protests have broken out in France, Germany, and Italy as countries lean into vaccine passports.
The threat of plutocratic populism to American democracy.