A Supreme Court ruling overturning a federal law may now create a rush by states to legalize sports wagering. But lawmakers should recall the reasons for the original ban. Sports rely on integrity and skill, not a belief in luck.
As host of June’s Group of Seven gathering, Canada has put two of the latest mass migrations on the agenda. Its own generosity toward migrants should help elevate the West’s response to a global refugee crisis.
A bill with wide bipartisan backing in the House and supported by Trump would boost rehabilitation programs in federal prisons, building on state successes in reforms aimed at inmates seeking redemption.
One reason for a decline in violence over time is the demise of theories that justify force. On the anniversary of his birth, Marx’s theories should be a warning about ignoble reasons for mass killing.
One of the world’s most powerful financial institutions, the International Monetary Fund, admits it has been weak in stopping corruption. The results of its introspection could lift the global economy.
Africa’s most populous country, suffering a long battle with jihadi groups, has successfully negotiated with a branch of Islamic State to release abducted children. Is that a lesson in how to talk to terrorists?