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Taiwanese Leader Denounces Beijing's 'Assault on Religion'

Just days before Secretary of State Antony Blinken heads to China in an attempt to improve relations, Taiwan's top legislative leader was in Washington thanking the U.S. for its support and denouncing Beijing's "all-out assault on religion" amid a broader effort to block the Chinese people from enjoying fundamental freedoms and human rights.

Davos Man Has a People Problem

One of the most iconic images of our time shows a polar bear marooned and adrift on an ice floe. Few other images capture the reality of climate change so viscerally. And now,...

How Ideologues Infiltrated the Arts

Artists nationwide say they're being put to an ideological litmus test. 'It felt like somebody holding a gun to my head saying: your integrity or your life's work.'

The Press vs. Trump: A Contested Pulitzer

Chapter 3: A contested Pulitzer Trump's firing of Comey on May 9 was nothing like his hit TV show, The Apprentice. The boss couldn't move on to the next episode, nor would the ousted employee quietly walk away. The firestorm that erupted in the aftermath of Comey being axed required a do-over, in part because [...]

Archives 'Wasn't Allowed' To Reveal Documents Finding

A top House Republican says the top lawyer for the National Archives wasn't allowed to weigh in on the discovery of classified documents in President Joe Biden's possession - despite publicly commenting repeatedly on former President Donald Trump's similar circumstance.