OPINION: 5 Myths of the 2016 Presidential Campaign
There is profound truth in many myths that help guide us on our life's journey and our country's journey towards purpose, values and meaning. The works of our great religions from the Old Testament to the Gospels to the Koran to the Bhagavad Gita provide myths to lead us towards some fundamental
Russia Bets on Trump as Gateway to Eased Sanctions
Vladimir Putin wants to make Russia great again. For that, he may need a hand from Donald Trump. For the Russian president, relief from crippling sanctions is a gateway to the ultimate goal of establishing Russia as the political and economic equivalent of the United States. And the U.S.
Political Donor Pleads Guilty to Investment Fraud Scheme
A political donor and cable news commentator has pleaded guilty to a multimillion dollar fraud scheme connected to his health-technology business
Radical Pirate Party to Seek to Form Government in Iceland
Iceland's anti-authoritarian Pirate Party took the helm in talks to form a new coalition government for the island nation Friday, after two earlier rounds of negotiations broke down
German Parliament Chief to OK Probe of WikiLeaks Documents
The speaker of the German Parliament is planning to approve a criminal investigation into the leak of confidential documents relating to U.S. intelligence activities in the country
Trump, Clinton Campaign Managers Hash out Election at Forum
The campaign managers for Republican President-elect Donald Trump and Democratic rival Hillary Clinton have given their behind-the-scenes perspectives at a Harvard University forum
UN Panel: WikiLeaks' Assange a Victim of Arbitrary Detention
A U.N. panel is sticking by its opinion that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is a victim of arbitrary detention, rejecting a request by Britain to review the case
When Fake News Stories Make Real News Headlines
When Marco Chacon first saw the phrase “bucket of losers” trending online, he said he “freaked out.” It came from a story he had posted on his website about a supposed “secret transcript” of a Hillary Clinton speech given inside a Goldman Sachs boardroom, which claimed Clinton had called Bernie
Assange Questioned at Ecuadorean Embassy in London
WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was being questioned by prosecutors Monday at the Ecuadorean Embassy in London about possible sexual misconduct committed in Sweden six years ago.
Harry Reid Backs Rep. Keith Ellison for DNC Chair, Cites Need for 'New Thinking'
Democratic Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid has joined some other party leaders in throwing his support behind Rep. Keith Ellison to become the new chair of the Democratic National Committee, saying the Minnesota congressman would bring "new thinking and a fresh start." "My friend Keith Ellison is