First published on POLITICO.eu, Belgium, November 25, 2017 | By Rytis Daukantas First published on POLITICO.com, U.S., November 22, 2017 | By Matt Wuerker First published on Caglecartoons.com, The Netherlands, November 23, 2017 | By Joep Bertrams First published on Caglecartoons.
An attack at a Sufi mosque in the northern Sinai Peninsula in Egypt killed at least 235 people on Friday. It was the first time that Islamist militants — who have been attacking security forces and Christian churches for years — have gone after Muslim worshipers.
Once upon a time, all the experts said that America was the guarantor of security in the Middle East. To the extent that it’s still true, it’s not at all what you’re thinking. Actually, it’s probably the exact opposite of what you’re thinking.
Just before dawn on Nov. 18, 1967, the men of the Army’s 266th Chemical Platoon awoke to reveille and assembled in formation. The platoon was attached to the First Infantry Division, and the men were stationed at the division’s base, deep in the red-clay hills north of Saigon.
We analyzed OECD PISA results from Europe. What did we learn about student mindsets, teaching practices, and technology?
A well-educated citizenry is an economic and social necessity. But there is little consensus about what it takes to deliver a quality education.
Eleven years ago, a Federal District Court judge in Washington concluded after a nine-month trial that cigarette makers had committed fraud and violated racketeering statutes in a decades-long conspiracy to deceive the public about the dangers of smoking.
SITKA, Alaska — It is almost winter again here. The days shorten and the furrows of the volcano that looms over our town steadily fill with snow. At night my daughters and I watch northern lights dance green across a mountain ridge as we wait for our salmon to thaw for dinner.