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Parents today have to make a decision that parents decades and even centuries ago didn’t have to consider: Whether or not to protect their children against preventable diseases.
The exploration of seven situations that could kick-start the reemergence of a global nuclear threat over two decades since the fall of the USSR.
Spearheaded by Michelle Obama, the FDA is making a move to make sure we can continue to, well, move.
Jon Stewart kicked things off, and the internet obliged. Now #McConnelling has arrived at The Chiefly, and we aren’t ashamed to admit it.
The U.S. has its share of drug problems, but at least it doesn’t have any crack pipe vending machines.
A deep look into the modern-day Republican Party’s downward death spiral.
Like a harpooned whale, Puerto Rico is struggling to break free of its debt bondage as the U.S. feigns ignorance.
America’s interest has waned in Afghanistan, and a lost American war is quickly turning into a lost Afghan cause.
The NSA’s looking glass into our daily lives is far from the protective blanket they may have intended it to be.
Words from the heart of Ukraine, from the heart of a Ukrainian, in the midst of a historic and violent revolution.
Scotland’s growing movement for independence from the United Kingdom is gaining traction amid many anxious European onlookers.
Aggressive promises and progressive change headline the young narrative of New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio.
Does South Carolina’s new gun law permitting concealed firearms in bars make the Wild West look tame?
“Slow and steady” does not apply to the race for faster Internet speeds. So why is the U.S. quickly falling behind other developed countries?
CVS is calling it quits on selling cigarettes to become the good guy health care provider, but there could be potential setbacks.
A young writer’s first hand experience of the death penalty.
Colorado’s full legalization of marijuana opens up the state to massive economic growth possibilities, and getting there was no simple task.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie may be all the media outlets can talk about, but he’s hardly what the public is thinking about.
Christie’s issues getting control over his New Jersey administration don’t bode well for what would happen when the company he keeps is raised to a national level.
Times may be tough for most but certainly not for members of Congress.