Washington has blundered in Latin America with its handling of the Edward Snowden affair.
Media Project Op-Ed
Hurricane season is pummeling Haiti again, and Washington’s usual response won’t suffice.
Almost exactly 20 years ago, I became the first death row prisoner in the United States to clear my name through DNA evidence.
For me, July 4 is special because it celebrates what Lady Liberty symbolizes — our shared immigrant roots.
Critics of President Obama’s trip to Africa are focusing on the wrong issue.
On June 17, the court struck down Arizona’s “papers please” voting law.
On World Refugee Day, let’s pledge to treat refugees humanely.
It's not a new tie or tennis balls or tickets to a game.
Working-class and middle-class students are being priced out of higher education. We must make it affordable to them.
LGBT immigrant families especially know what’s at stake with such an overly constrained definition of family.
Levine’s “hate” was just an unfortunate waste of an underrated yet justifiable emotion.
Food waste in the United States, according to the Natural Resources Defense Council, totals $165 billion per year.
It is sad in the 21st century that we’re still dealing with these ancient, ridiculous and – yes – hurtful stereotypes.
It was out of proportion to keep incarcerating him 14 years ago. Today, it is simply a disgrace.
Reconciliation based on justice should guide the transition in Syria, rather than exclusion and revenge.