North Korean Ambassador Thae Yong-Ho’s defection will provide apt information that can be used to pull back the curtain on this reclusive nation.
Mass production of self-driving cars is closer than ever but the implications of Ford's 2021 estimate should give us pause.
Hillary Clinton has announced her running mate nomination for Vice President, sitting Senator from Virginia Tim Kaine. While many are not familiar with the Senator, the Editorial Board thinks Kaine is a solid choice that strikes a stark contrast between Donald Trump’s choice.
With chaos happening in all parts of the world, you might have missed what happened in Turkey recently.
Give Indiana Governor Mike Pence credit where credit is due. He has succeeded in one thing, unfortunately that thing is making the state of Indiana look embarrassing on the national stage.
People who are nonbinary, genderqueer, or any nonbinary gender should be allowed to be legally recognized as so. Nonbinary is a gender identity rooted in a lack of male or female gender.
A federal court has officially ruled high speed Internet as utility rather than a luxury and the Editorial Board is hyped. Not only does this mean that the cost of Internet might decrease but also that broadband companies will face increased policing while customers get better protection.
To clear up the complicated debate, here are two takes on gun regulations
The role of women in the U.S. military has slowly been evolving from caretaker to soldier. Now, thanks to a vote by the Senate to expand the military’s draft policy to include women, women can now be draftees once they reach 18.
Mayte Lara Ibarra and Larissa Martinez each graduated from a high school in Texas earlier this month.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s inflammatory and racist comments during the presidential election cycle so far have drawn derision and criticism from politicians and figures in the media. Now, they may be harming international students' desire to come to the United States.
Education at a secular, government-funded university should never be compromised or infringed upon by one particular religious ideology, but that’s exactly what’s happening to Indiana University researchers as a result of the state’s latest abortion restrictions.
In response to an ordinance in Charlotte, North Carolina forcing business owners to allow transgender individuals to use restroom of their choice, the state legislature passed the North Carolina Public Facilities and Privacy Act.