The rise of Iceland's Pirate Party speaks to a broader sense of disenfranchisement across the West.
Better and cheaper batteries could cause a major power shift -- away from utility grids.
The migrant crisis is likely to continue until sustainable development takes hold in nations from which migrants are fleeing.
Hillary Clinton’s pledge to reform campaign spending amounts to unilateral disarmament.
The traditional, one-size-fits-all Election Day is evolving into a rolling election season as early voting spreads.
This election caps a trend of Americans turning their political parties into clearer racial and religious 'tribes.' That's one reason the choices feel so stark.
The three presidential debates and a wealth of information about candidates and polices should be plenty to help the undecided to decide.
Amid the clamor of the US presidential race, it's important not to overlook hopeful developments in the world.
Thailand’s beloved monarch has bequeathed a political vacuum.
Winning the war against IS is important for the Iraqi government. Winning the peace afterward is even more important.