If Walmart had to compete on even ground with small businesses from day one, America's highways and downtowns would look very different right now.
Throughout the "Harry Potter" series, the characters who are described with the most girlish attributes are put down and made to be villains.
Disclosing salary ranges to job candidates is good, but it doesn't go nearly far enough to address the many causes of pay inequity.
The Washington DOC's slogan is "Working Together to Make Communities Safer.'' Now it's time for them to prove it.
FINNEAS is best known as a producer for Billie Eilish, his little sister. But his debut album showcases his incisive, singular songwriting.
The AUKUS pact raises serious questions about the future relationship between the United States and most of its European allies.
Billie Eilish is the latest artist to take on the Bond theme mantle with "No Time to Die," joining a long list of legendary singers and musicians.
Virginia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Terry McAuliffe has taken a lot of heat for saying parents shouldn't dictate what is taught in schools. He's spot on.
1 in every 3 adults does not take the medications they've been prescribed because they can't afford it. Reducing drug prices is vital.
The decline of small-business suppliers in the defense marketplace puts the US at risk of losing key domestic capabilities.
The best way to deter China from attacking Taiwan is to encourage Taiwan to invest in its own ability to make China pay if it ever resorts to force.
Democrats should be able to appoint a judge to replace the 82-year-old Breyer or the conservative supermajority will get even stronger.
Becoming homeless is not the result of any individual's failings. The unhoused are refugees and victims of an unsustainable economic system.
Agencies are working day and night to get Afghans resettled. Just because the media has moved on doesn't mean the crisis is over.
Whistleblower Frances Haugen testified that Facebook knew Instagram hurt children. See why the hearings might force Congress to regulate the company.
"If you are an average American taxpayer, the 400 wealthiest families in America now pay a lower tax rate than you," writes Paul Constant.
John McCain's actions mistakenly landed him the title of "maverick." Kyrsten Sinema wishes that could be her.