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The Islamic State Is Messing Up Other People's Acronyms

The Institute for Science and International Security, or ISIS, is pushing back at media organizations for using the acronym to refer to the terrorist organization.

What's the Worst That Could Happen if Scotland Leaves the U.K.?

If Scotland votes for independence this week, there are a number of doomsday scenarios that could come to pass. But there's room for optimism yet.

What McDonald’s Tells Us About Russia’s Relationship With the West

Russia has shut down several of the fast-food chain's restaurants, bringing the yellow arches into the sanctions war.

Yelp Settles Federal Charges for Collecting Data on Kids

The FTC says the company collected children's information without parental consent.

Obama Wants to Talk About the Economy. Is Anyone Listening?

The White House didn't want to spend the summer consumed by foreign policy.

The Jerusalem Approach

After a summer of war, we need a different way to think about Israeli-Palestinian peace. It starts with the holy city.

Russia's Militarization of the North Pole Has U.S. Lawmakers on Edge

Moscow is beefing up its military presence in the Arctic region at a faster rate than any other polar nation.

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The Islamic State Is Messing Up Other People's Acronyms

The Institute for Science and International Security, or ISIS, is pushing back at media organizations for using the acronym to refer to the terrorist organization.

What's the Worst That Could Happen if Scotland Leaves the U.K.?

If Scotland votes for independence this week, there are a number of doomsday scenarios that could come to pass. But there's room for optimism yet.

What McDonald’s Tells Us About Russia’s Relationship With the West

Russia has shut down several of the fast-food chain's restaurants, bringing the yellow arches into the sanctions war.

Yelp Settles Federal Charges for Collecting Data on Kids

The FTC says the company collected children's information without parental consent.

Obama Wants to Talk About the Economy. Is Anyone Listening?

The White House didn't want to spend the summer consumed by foreign policy.

The Jerusalem Approach

After a summer of war, we need a different way to think about Israeli-Palestinian peace. It starts with the holy city.

Russia's Militarization of the North Pole Has U.S. Lawmakers on Edge

Moscow is beefing up its military presence in the Arctic region at a faster rate than any other polar nation.

Show More