Since his arrest and detention in Syria seen years ago, Tice has been held incommunicado, with no one taking responsibility for his welfare and his exact whereabouts unknown.
Trump's China policy is bluster masking appeasement. U.S. China policy, like our foreign policy generally, needs clearer principles.
And what happens if Trump loses in 2020? Then the most radical and murderous on the far right may decide there is no option but violence until the America they want is born out of the carnage.
Rather than automatically shouting down or shutting out, all Americans should listen and process what people we may disagree or agree with are actually saying.
Raising the neutral rate of interest through higher inflation and higher immigration are the only long-term solutions to reducing debt loads throughout the U.S. economy.
The Transportation Committee hearing was underwhelming, merely reinforcing facts that were already known, while the key issues and true accountability were punted until another day.
The jobs and economic benefits associated with offshore wind farms are quickly becoming an East Coast gold rush, and Connecticut should get its fair share.
They should deal with gun regulation head-on, no matter the opposition, as we did in 2013 after Sandy Hook.
I have read the numerous studies on the harmful effects of certain sunscreen ingredients on coral, dolphins and humans. It’s most definitely time for FDA to act.
We can debate differences on policy but it seems we have lost the ability to respectfully disagree and work together to get to a common solution for our country.
It is not surprising that humanity is still beset by fear, greed and violence. It was unrealistic to expect the Woodstock generation to achieve what the great religions and the Renaissance could not.
Toni Morrison spent much of her life encouraging us to consider that single motherhood wasn't just "doable" but desirable.
Eliminating budget deficits within eight years is not only doable — it’s necessary.
It is a safe bet that if we cut spending and/or raised taxes it would slow growth, leading to fewer jobs and a higher unemployment rate.
"Mental illness and hatred pull the trigger, not the gun,” said President Trump at his White House press conference. "(He's) making up causes of gun violence in America," responded Sen. Chris Murphy.