The left-right divide—a healthy feature of a pluralist political system—is so toxic now that divergence of opinion has surpassed the realm of policymaking.
The 2020 election cycle is already bringing to light the innate conflict in our political system between individualism and policies that benefit entire communities.
Pete Buttigieg and Julián Castro have made their faith a pillar of their political platforms, signaling potentially larger shifts within American politics.
The National Prayer Breakfast is one of the few events that attempts to highlight unity over partisan divides, but prayers don't result in meaningful policy changes.
The outcome of this year's election will likely set the stage for the murky years to come, be those years of recovery—or persistent chaos.
Brazilians have become increasingly disenchanted with soccer as political scandals continue to cloud the country's news cycle.
Based on recent actions by the president, it appears Trump's idea of creating opportunities for religious values in America involves turning religion into an arm of the state.
The Maria da Penha Law has been seen as a turning point for the fight against domestic violence in Brazil.