Republicans Need a Health Care Plan, Not an Immigration Plan

On Thursday, President Trump unveiled his proposal for shifting the United States to a merit-based program for admitting future immigrants. The plan, which offers meaningful change and deserves serious consideration, is a non-starter politically, given that it does nothing to address the question of the Dreamers, or the millions of other immigrants already in the country illegally. Democrats, as expected, quickly condemned the president's plan.

UN health chief warns of ‘very high’ risk of Ebola spread

GENEVA (AP) - The head of the U.N. health agency says the risk that the Ebola virus will spread remains "very high."

Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus was speaking Monday at the start of the World Health Organization's annual assembly, where issues like anti-microbial resistance, universal health care and WHO reform are ...

The Most Important 44 Words in the Constitution

The First Amendment to the Constitution, the most important 44 words in that priceless and precious promise of liberty and freedom, does not guarantee civil, wise or even responsible speech. It guarantees free speech, however goofy, dumb or even irresponsible.

Pete Buttigieg: ‘I trust women to draw the line’ on abortion

Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg said Sunday he trusts women to "draw the line" when it comes to abortion and that "hypotheticals" on late-term abortion are usually set up in order to "provoke" an emotional reaction.

"I believe that the right of a woman to make her own decisions about ...

The Dangerous Idea Lurking Behind the New SAT Score

The College Board, the nonprofit that administers the SAT (originally called the Scholastic Aptitude Test) taken by many university applicants as a part of their admissions packages, just announced that it was introducing a new