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Litman: Trump's belief in his own Big Lie, can't save him from a guilty verdict for election tampering
If you're worrying that a jury could let Trump slide because he lacked 'criminal intent' to commit election fraud, read the law.
As the U.S. seeks to present a united front on Ukraine, Germany has its own interests to safeguard in dealings with the Kremlin. Some other European states do as well.
The retirement of Supreme Court Justice Stephen G. Breyer provides Democrats a chance to reengerize Black Democratic voters ahead of the midterm.
Tensions, already high, ratchet up as Washington prepares to deliver its response rejecting most of Moscow's demands on Ukraine.
More than 100 Islamic State fighters attacked a prison in northeast Syria to try to free thousands of comrades locked inside.
The recent killings of two journalists within a week in the northern border city of Tijuana have fanned outrage.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced she is running for reelection to her San Francisco-area congressional seat.
Honduran President-elect Xiomara Castro has seen her prospects of a successful administration take a hit even before her Jan. 27 inauguration
Even when the U.S. is saber-rattling, our real foreign policy tool of choice is economic and diplomatic sanctions.
Activists warn that the failure to deliver on promises to Black voters could hurt Democrats in the midterm election.
The Serrano people of Southern California saw their Indigenous language almost vanish. Ernest Siva is bringing it back.
Lourdes Maldonado López was shot to death Sunday night in Tijuana, becoming the second journalist killed there in less than a week.
The Russia-Ukraine crisis offers a lesson: The U.S. is still a superpower, but its ability to influence events overseas is increasingly limited.