We assess the damage Donald Trump has inflicted on US news and also the damage media outlets have done to themselves.
Al-Serraj will remain in office until ongoing intra-Libyan political dialogue comes to an end, gov’t...
President Magufuli received more than 12 million votes while top opposition figure had only two million.
A newly appointed conservative justice has increased fears about the court’s power to decide whose votes count.
A survey of 3,000 workers found 42 percent had considered quitting a job because of their co-workers’ political views.
We debate whether democracy is in peril across the world.
Preliminary results show more than 65.2 percent in favour of allowing people with terminal illnesses to end their lives.
White House notifies Congress of its intent to sell advanced fighter jets to the UAE, setting up a potential showdown.
Main US stock indexes gained on Thursday on blockbuster GDP numbers and ahead of tech giant earnings results.
‘Operation Fox Hunt’ allegedly involved threatening Chinese nationals and their families who were living in the US.
Lebanon and Israel this month said they agreed to begin negotiations in what Washington hailed as a ‘historic’ move.
The Take explores how the presidential race could affect relations between the world’s biggest economies.
A look at shifting regional politics, and how Hamas is circumventing blockade of Gaza to develop military capability.