"When it comes to problems happening in America, [the NBA is] the first organization saying, 'This is wrong,'" says the former professional basketball player. But then they're silent for victims of torture.
It would be far easier to prosecute sex trafficking if voluntary sex work were legal.
“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.
Turkey shows the danger of inflation and giving officials free rein to mess with money.
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.
Bolton Book Claims Barr Was Worried About Trump's Deals With Dictators. The Justice Department Says Bolton's Projecting.
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There are Middle Easterners hidden among the Latin Americans seeking entry at the U.S. border. But they're not who you think.
Trump Wishes Russia Luck in Syria as U.S. Bombs Its Own Bases and Erdogan Scoffs at Trump's Attempt to Make a Deal
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Trust in the media is at historic lows.
Trump Brushes Off the Threat of Free ISIS Militants Because 'They're Going to be Escaping to Europe'
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Reshuffling is not only a haphazard half-measure—it is no substitute for the complete withdrawal of U.S. troops from Syria.
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Snitches get a slap on the wrist sometimes.
Jamal Khashoggi visited the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul last week. He hasn't been seen since.
To assume that governments do better at keeping currencies stable ignores parts of the world.
Clash for the third time in two years in U.S. between supporters and opponents of Erdo?an.
Erdogan's post-coup crackdown hits Oklahoma Thunder center Enes Kanter.
At least he's not flagrantly breaking a solemn campaign promise, like Obama and many others did
Trump's Congratulatory Call to Erdogan Is Bad; His and NATO's Lack of Urgency on Turkey's Authoritarianism Is Even Worse
It's past time for NATO to reconsider Turkey's membership.
Country has been in a state of emergency since last June, while President Erdogan likened European leaders to Nazis.
Turkey President Erdogan: 'Nazism is Alive in the West' Because Netherlands, Germany Not Allowing Pro-Erdogan Rallies
Protesters clash with police in the Netherlands as Geert Wilders takes advantage ahead of Dutch elections this week.
Assassination likely to lead to more government censorship.
Police shot and killed the gunman, who also reportedly yelled "Allahu akhbar."
Post-coup crackdown now hits one of Turkey's last remaining opposition news outlets.
The Turkish president said the coup plotters were guilty of treason and would be treated the same way as terrorists.
John Kerry recommends U.S. citizens in Turkey "shelter in place."
Turkey makes more than a dozen arrests
Matt Welch talks about the news today on tonight's Kennedy
Islamic State has not officially claimed responsibility.
Multiple demonstrations against fundamentalism cracked down on in Istanbul.
Turkish President Erdo?an Seeks to Get German Government to Shut Up His Critics
Just yesterday, Turkey's PM had promised to include the "principle of secularism" in new constitution.
Families of State Department employees also leaving.