For me, January is all about learning new habits and unlearning old ones.
On Thursday, the congresswoman introduced a landmark criminal justice resolution that did not ignore sex workers' needs.
The resolution decries anti-Semitism, in addition to anti-Muslim discrimination and white supremacy, but it doesn’t mention Omar by name.
The school district's board unanimously voted to adopt a resolution declaring that it would not allow US Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents on school property for the purposes of identifying undocumented immigrants.
A UN resolution passed on Friday endorses objectives that include plans for talks between Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's government and opposition groups by January as well as a parallel ceasefire.
More than 100 Israelis and Palestinians have been killed in a two-month spate of violence that shows no signs of dying down. We take a look at some of the reasons why it won't slow in the near future.
Snowden scores a symbolic victory, but his legal situation is unlikely to change in the short term.
In advocating for a deal between major world powers and Iran over the Islamic republic's nuclear program, Obama has possibly already sidestepped congressional opposition.
A new study shows that despite increased sales in healthy food after the New Year, most people are just piling it on top of all the other garbage they eat.
A distant pulsar was measured with a million times the precision of the previous record. The results are equivalent to glimpsing the double-helix structure of our DNA from the moon.