Another day, another Trump temper tantrum.
It’s been just about fifteen months since President Trump imposed tariffs on imported steel and aluminum. Not surprisingly, those tariffs have not had the effect the President claimed they would.
American troops in Iceland for a military exercise were apparently quite thirsty.
The NATO Summit is going about as well as can be expected.
On the eve of the NATO Summit, President Trump continues to engage in tactics that seem to serve no purpose other than to undermine America’s most important and successful alliance.
Donald Trump continues to do something that Russian and Soviet leaders likely only thought possible in their wildest dreams, drive a wedge between the United States and its NATO allies.
One day after canceling his summit meeting with Kim Jong Un, President Trump is suggesting it may be back on. Before it happens, though, there ought to be far more adequate preparation.
John Bolton is leading a cry for preemptive war against North Korea.
Thanks to Donald Trump, public opinion around the world about the United States is at its lowest level in ten years.
The tiny Balkan nation of Montenegro is set to become the latest member of the NATO alliance despite the fact that there is seemingly no good reason for it.
Concepts, basic applications, and even a bibliography! Merry Festivus, everyone.
A treasure trove of documents from a law firm in Panama could prove problematic for a large group of international leaders.
Nancy Reagan was a crucial part what made Ronald Reagan the man he was, and today she passed away at the age of 94.
The news that at least some of the men who were involved in the terrorist attacks in Paris were among the refugees who have arrived in Europe since the summer is likely to complicate an already complicated situation.
The U.S. is set to ramp up its contribution to dealing with the Syrian refugee crisis, but there’s a lot more we can do.
Absent DOMA, the Full Faith and Credit Clause would seem to make gay marriage legal across the land.
Not surprisingly, Edward Snowden has been formally charged in connection with the leak of classified NSA documents.
It’s still politics as usual in Washington.
Prejudice and negative attitudes towards obese individuals is becoming a global norm, not just an American phenomenon.
Once again, CNN’s Rick Sanchez discovers that opening his mouth probably wasn’t a good idea.
There’s a war of words developing between the Pentagon and the information-sharing website Wikileaks.
A comedian’s farcical run for mayor of Reykjavik ended in victory. It’s as if Stephen Colbert’s 2008 presidential bid had worked. Or Al Franken got elected to the Senate!
General McChrystal and company spilled their guts to Rolling Stone on a road trip during which they were imbibing steadily.