Decapitation strategies, according to two researchers, however, can lead to even more violence due to the inexperience of mid-level leaders taking the reins. “When their leaderships are debilitated in a […]
Leo Beletsky, a drug policy expert and law professor at Northeastern University, said he noticed opioid use reaching a crisis point in 2006. “A response has been very sluggish,” Beletsky said. […]
Even more significantly, a huge chunk of the Puerto Ricans that fled the island resettled in Florida, presenting a new voting bloc in that critical swing state.“Over half are going […]
Nikos Passas, a criminology professor at Northeastern University, called for increased data sharing so countries and businesses could put together otherwise distant pieces. “The private sector does not want to deal […]
Former Democratic presidential nominee Michael Dukakis said Friday morning that controversy over current front-runner Hillary Clinton’s exclusive use of private email while secretary of State is “nonsense.” “The notion that […]
Former Massachusetts Gov. Michael Dukakis (D) expressed bewilderment Sunday with the size of the GOP’s 2016 presidential field. “What’s going on with the Republican side is even more confusing,” Dukakis told […]
Donald Trump’s celebrity — and intrigue as to how the other Republican candidates will deal with his presence — could deliver a ratings boost for the first GOP debate, set […]
Walk across an American college campus today and you will be offered an almost overwhelming number of opportunities to get involved and give back, with students seeking donations or offering […]
Call it the campaign cycle’s rite of spring: Politicians always seem to sprout up behind a university commencement lectern this time of year — but especially during presidential elections.
It is hard to disagree with the headline on Bill Galston and Mark McKinnon’s op-ed in The Hill on Jan. 17: Time for up-or-down votes in Senate on appointees. The […]
Herman Cain has his first real opportunity to shift his campaign’s narrative back to his popular 9–9–9 economic plan at Wednesday night’s presidential debate.
More than half of the 114 House Democrats who signed a letter vowing to support a “clean” increase to the nation’s debt ceiling rejected the final deal earlier this week.