Edward H. Elkind, 81, a Marxist activist and teacher who also worked as a computer programmer and advocated such causes as D.C. home rule, rent control, public housing and public health clinics, died Oct. 8.
More U.S. military force in the Asia-Pacific area is provocative and unnecessary. Instead of building more military bases, we should be closing them.
As important as the troop withdrawal is what happens to them after they leave. Will they go now to Afghanistan? Will they serve in some other location abroad?
In post-9/11 America, one out of three veterans believe the Iraq and Afghanistan wars were not worth fighting, according to opinion surveys by the Pew Research Center.
The GOP has deliberately and strategically turned a collective blind eye to the threat of climate change and it's real global danger.
Bravo to the Theatricum for its courage in presenting the L.A. premiere and for insisting on freedom of speech.
Review: The new blockbuster art exhibit "Windows on the War: Soviet TASS Posters at Home and Abroad, 1941-1945" at The Art Institute of Chicago unveils truth about USSR's contribution to Allied victory.
Ten years ago, our nation faced what is arguably the greatest test to which our people have faced since the Civil War on our own soil.
With the recent riots in London never has there been a clearer example that a new generation of youth with limitless potential is being wasted.
Sen. Mark Hatfield was a man of conscience, and possessed a sense of right and wrong which overrode party loyalty.