In 1950, the U.S. State Department fired 91 employees because they were homosexual or suspected of being homosexual.
Sir Robert Peel is popularly credited with the formation of the first modern municipal police force. But the Thames River Police did it first.
The galvanizing power of the ideology behind a protest mask is a palpable thing.
Are whistleblowers heroes or traitors? It depends who you ask.
Countries like Liberia and Chad have a lot of oil, and yet little of their wealth has translated into public welfare. Some blame the "resource curse."
An original essay from 1939.
China's ambitious Belt and Road Initiative involves significant funding for infrastructure projects around the world, aiming to improve trade and more.
Can compassionate release laws solve the problem of the nearly 200,000 people aged 55 and older who are incarcerated in America?
On the 55th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act, U.S. courts are still divided about African Americans’ right to wear their natural hair in the workplace.
Mohamed Morsi was elected president in 2012, in Egypt's first free elections. His death has put his brief presidency back in the spotlight.