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When Your Neighbors Are Murderers
WASHINGTON—In Joshua Oppenheimer's latest documentary, "The Look of Silence," there is a scene when an elderly mother is ...
July 19, 2015
Members of Congress Speak Out Against Ongoing Persecution of Falun Gong in China
WASHINGTON—On the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol, the annual rally protesting the 16 yearslong persecution of Falun ...
July 16, 2015
Is Academic Freedom in US Universities in China Secure?
Testimony is heard at congressional hearing on whether academic freedom can thrive in satellite or branch campuses of ...
June 30, 2015
‘Confrontation With the West Is Absolutely Artificial,’ Says Russian Dissident
Mikhail Khodorkovsky, one of Kremlin’s most prominent critics, spoke at the Atlantic Council and urged the West to ...
June 22, 2015
Democracy in Asia Enters a Pivotal Period
Democracy in Burma, Thailand, and Cambodia is teetering, say State Department and expert Asian observers before a House ...
Asia & Pacific
June 15, 2015
The Killing Didn’t End After Tiananmen
WASHINGTON—The Tiananmen Square massacre occurred 26 years ago this week when protests peacefully demanding political reform and democracy ...
June 5, 2015
Chinese Literary Dissidents ‘Shadow’ Book Exposition
Chinese literary dissidents protest the publishing industry’s largest U.S. trade show in NYC with China as this year’s ...
June 1, 2015
Constitution Violated ‘Thousands of Times Every Day’
WASHINGTON—Courts routinely violate the constitutional rights of millions of Americans by discouraging or denying the right to a ...
May 18, 2015
Preschool to High School: Criminalization of Black Students
WASHINGTON—In a speech on May 4 at Lehman College, West Bronx, New York, President Barack Obama said that ...
May 11, 2015
China’s Population Control Still Brutal
China may have tweaked its One-child Policy, but state-sponsored violence against women and children continues unabated.
May 3, 2015
The Politics of Acknowledging the Armenian Genocide
American Armenian leaders and scholars mark the centenary of the Armenian Genocide (1915-2015) at U.S. Congressional hearing.
April 26, 2015
Fact-Checkers Speak on the Record
WASHINGTON—The practice of fact-checking politicians' claims has become a highly popular feature in today's newspaper. Originating with American ...
April 23, 2015
Kennedy Center to Host Shen Yun Performing Arts for 2015 Season
WASHINGTON—The magic of Shen Yun comes alive again for another season at the Kennedy Center Opera House, April ...
April 17, 2015
Military Action Against Islamic State: Will Congress Go On Record?
Congress needs to decide whether it wants to pass an Authorization for the Use of Military Force (AUMF) ...
April 13, 2015
Managing Speech and Thought in China
China experts say Xi Jinping’s ideology campaign is aimed at consolidating his power and strengthening faith in the ...
April 6, 2015
ISIS Not Alone in Committing Atrocities
Congressional hearing reviews the crimes against humanity of the Islamic State while also mindful of its adversary’s human ...
March 22, 2015
Islamic State: More Extreme Than Al-Qaeda, Says Scholar
WASHINGTON—When the Islamic State suddenly emerged on the world stage in April 2013, it seemingly came out of ...
March 16, 2015
Climate Change Victims Seeking Legal Remedies
WASHINGTON—"Climate justice" is a new concept that is making inroads globally among policy makers and lawyers. The term ...
March 9, 2015
The Ordeal of a Latin American Political Prisoner
WASHINGTON—The sister of Venezuelan opposition leader Leopoldo López said her brother has been framed for homicides and violence ...
March 3, 2015
China’s Space Program Dominated by Chinese Military
WASHINGTON—The Chinese space program is driven by military objectives, and is part of an effort to displace the ...
February 22, 2015
The Perils of Reporting
Global data on press freedom showed a dramatic decline on freedom of information last year, according to the ...
February 16, 2015
Forced Arbitration: Supplanting Our Court Justice System
Consumers are often unaware that they have signed contracts that waive their right to an impartial judge and ...
February 9, 2015
2015 Shen Yun: ‘Not something you can see in a video or film’
BALTIMORE—Shen Yun Performing Arts returned to Baltimore, at the Modell Performing Arts Center at the Lyric on Friday, ...
February 1, 2015
Opponents of US–Cuba Normalization Speak Up
When President Barack Obama announced on Dec. 17, 2014, that the United States and Cuba would begin the ...
January 31, 2015
Shen Yun Returns to Baltimore with Four Performances
BALTIMORE, Md.—China was once known as the Divine Land, where life on earth bore a vibrant connection with ...
January 28, 2015
Putting the Right of Privacy on Hold for 2 Minutes?
WASHINGTON—On Jan. 21, the Supreme Court heard Rodriguez v. United States, the case that may settle how long ...
January 24, 2015
The Letter That’s Coming to All Presidential Candidates
The season of candidates vying for voters, endorsements, and financial backers in the 2016 presidential race will soon ...
January 17, 2015
Supreme Court Asked to Resolve Appeals Court Split Over Deportation of Permanent Residents
Pompeo Says There Was No Quid Pro Quo Tied to Ukraine Aid
Four Ways Pelosi Impeachment Inquiry Fails Hillary’s Watergate Tests
Final Report From House Antitrust Probe Into Big Tech Expected by ‘First Part’ of 2020
All US Troops Withdrawing From Syria Are Going to Western Iraq, Says Esper
Trump Scraps Plan to Host 2020 G-7 Meeting at His Florida Golf Resort
Nancy Pelosi’s Brother, Former Baltimore Mayor, Thomas D’Alesandro III Dies at 90
Supreme Court Case About Financial Regulator Could Lead to High 2020 Election Drama
Human Rights Groups, Opposition Politicians Appalled as Venezuela Joins UN Human Rights Council
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3 Soldiers Killed, 3 Hurt in Accident at Fort Stewart in Georgia, Say Officials