A coalition including the state ACLU, Sierra Club, and Native Hawaiian cultural groups argue Gov. Josh Green vastly exceeded his emergency powers when he waived most regulations on homebuilding.
The U.S. may not realize it, but it has the upper hand. It turns out communism doesn't work.
“While we’re dribbling the ball on the other side of the ocean, people are losing their loved ones, lives, and hope,” says the former Celtics center.
People fret about online echo chambers, but offline echo chambers can be just as strong—or stronger.
Biden's Long-Overdue Recognition of the Armenian Genocide Could—but Probably Won't—Produce a Foreign Policy Rethink
It's long since past time to separate accurate geopolitical language from military interventionism.
Nazi analogies do not strengthen the case against forcibly separating illegal border crossers from their children.
With their favorite candidates terrible on the issue, genocide-recognition activists are no longer using it as litmus test
An unforgettable documentary looks at the lasting scars of the Indonesian mass killings of 1965.
Official language remains hostage to U.S.-Turkey relations
No easy answer
Spanish Court To Hear Case Brought Forward By Tibetan Activists, Who Claim Jintao Committed Genocide
One of the monks is a Spanish citizen
Will be deported to Rwanda to face genocide charges after serving 10 years in the U.S.
8,000 Muslim Bosniak men and boys were killed over five days in 1995
Will provide more than least 56,000 Holocaust survivors with nursing care, medication, and social services
Voided by the Constitutional Court
Efrain Rios Montt denies the charges
Feels Need to Kill Again
Said of Klum's Oscar gown, "The last time a German looked this hot was when they were pushing Jews into the ovens."
Carl Michael Hausswolf claims he used ash from a death camp crematorium in one of this paintings