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An undercover historian and an aid worker on the ground tell RealClearLife about the city's future.
By Rebecca Gibian
A CIA-published essay describes why energy markets are windows into the world's secrets.
By Lee Ferran
Changes in law may make it harder (and more expensive) for dispensaries and consumers.
By Max Genecov
After the violent protests in Charlottesville, cities nationwide are figuring out what to do next.
By Rebecca Gibian
Russia increases its influence by building atomic energy projects across the globe.
By Stacia Vladimirova
It's not all glitz behind the scenes at the Walk of Fame.
By Anne Easton
A newly revealed report by a USAID officer has raised concerns of acoustic weapons.
Thousands of lights and 53 Christmas trees decorate 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
A new Vanity Fair profile talks to Washington insiders and the first lady’s closest friends.
“This image is very bad for us. Putin is not a master geopolitical genius.”
"They went after the women who came forward and accused him."
Leeann Tweeden said she and the senator were working together during a USO tour.
Breitbart News is headquartered in a basement of the $2.3 million Washington, D.C. home.
People are more likely to bail early on their opposite-party family members, researchers find.
He doesn’t just understand the news cycle. He understands the psychology.
Cable network stops running liberal billionaire's ad just days after president criticized it.
Magazine gathered 40 interviews from across politics and the media to document the moment.
Though the interruption was brief, people on the social platform still reacted with shock and humor.
Congress finds evidence that foreign political meddling extended beyond digital forums.
The Dems dare call it "treason."
By K.S. Bruce