Those who are calling for the imprisonment of the anti-Islamic video’s director are violating the First Amendment.
The attack on the U.S. embassy in Benghazi was planned and carried out by extremists against American policy and culture.
Mindless social media trends devalue the hard work and effectiveness of grassroots activism.
Exercising its right as owner of YouTube, Google's restriction of accessibility to an inflammatory anti-Islam video was proper.
The Chicago teacher strike fails to consider the consequences of the protest for Chicago's school children.
New Yorkers give millions of dollars in charity every year, but that money might not be going to people who need it the most.
The culture behind the annual festival on Mulberry Street could be getting buried under American consumerism.
Although third party candidates receive a minute portion of the votes tallied on election day, they do possess an undeniable influence on deciding the outcome of an election.
While Occupiers reconvene to continue their protests against big banks in the U.S., it's easy to forget that the freedom to demonstrate isn't taken for granted around the world.
Mitt Romney's controversial video hits the Republican party with another blunder.
When social media users, including politicians, fail to question information online, they help spread ridiculous, sometimes harmful, lies.
NYPD's stop-and-frisk policy puts both targets and perpetrators in a difficult and unfair position.