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There is no single solution to stop “lone wolf” attacks. However, recent incidents in Texas and NYC and last year’s violence in Orlando and San Bernardino reveal important information about both the individual perpetrators and the paths that led to their rampage. Attackers are deranged...

According to a recent New York Times article, the NFL is now one of the most divisive brands in the U.S. It is rapidly losing viewers and even life-long football fans in the face of the ongoing player protests that focus on issues like police...

In his first speech to the United Nations, President Donald Trump castigated the organization’s “utter weakness and incompetence,” and argued the international body has failed to reach its potential. In his most recent statement, President Trump advised drastic reform to ‘make the UN great again’...

Student activists are headed back to school prepared not only to hit the books, but to hit the streets. While universities around the globe have historically proven to be hotbeds for radicalism, campus conflicts at elite U.S. institutions have been escalating in recent years. And...

Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Japan’s Minister of Defense Tomomi Inada, and Macau billionaire Ng lap Seng were each charged with or convicted of crimes and forced from office all on the same day. This reflects a growing trend: political and business leaders are being ousted...

There is an ongoing shift in power. Widespread social unrest and a growing divide between political leaders and the citizens they serve have devolved into shouting matches on both sides. Social media is now anchored in democracy, which represents the voice of the people and...

Despite improved communication technologies and other technical advances, traditional polling continually fails to accurately measure public sentiment or predict election outcomes. Polling fails because it ignores the most critical element that influences voting: identity. In the past year, we’ve been left with our jaws on...