This is how Ju-Hyun Park learned to distance himself from being Korean in America.
It's been 25 years since I last visited Pakistan. A lot has changed, but life is still flourishing.
The Census Bureau has recommended that a new Middle East and North Africa (MENA) racial category be added to the next census, coming in 2020. This could be interpreted as an alarming development — but advocacy groups have been pushing for it for a while.
Tavis Smiley spent New Year's Eve at church — part of a long tradition of "Watch Night" that began in 1862, as slaves waited for news of the Emancipation Proclamation. It was a comforting way to spend the holiday, and likewise, he's found good vibes for the new year in his playlist.
The United States, which gave refuge to my Kosovar wife, is no place for our future children.
Forget about global climate change controls; count on a larger Army, even more nuclear weapons and more missile defenses
We hear a lot of things about the millennial generation. But too often, the people who are busy trying to define you are the ones who have spent the least time listening to you.
Fewer than one-third of stories on the nightly news programs for ABC, CBS and NBC between January 2010 and July 2014 featured any medical information at all.
Violence still rages in Darfur 13 years after the conflict shocked the world. But not in this village.
A letter from severely overcrowded Jaw Prison.
On the anniversary of Jim Foley’s killing, journalist David Rohde reflects on US reforms.