Doctors and healthcare workers at these facilities have long faced threats, intimidation and violence at the hands of people ironically professing to be “pro-life.”
How many immigrants can the United States absorb, not just this year or next, but over the coming decades?
As disturbing as extremist attacks and plots are in individual countries, the international dimension of the threat makes it even more worrisome.
The belief that the Rhodes’s conviction will deter domestic extremists is wishful thinking.
We can all breathe a sigh of relief that the midterms took place without violence or serious problems, but we must not become complacent.
Populist autocrats thrive on the fear that a racial or ethnic majority is losing primacy of place.
Thousands of innocent, traumatized human beings are being victimized in this political game.
As long as the jihadist worldview persists, decapitation strikes like the ones that killed bin Laden and al-Zawahri will have little effect.
While the investigation is ongoing, what we know so far suggests the measure would not have prevented the Fourth of July massacre.
They blame a lack of mental healthcare, absent fathers, poor school security and the decline of religion — anything but unfettered access to firearms.