He plans to hang on as PM through the fall but likely won’t be able to.
The American political system is broken but it’s not fair to blame that on its architects.
Global vaccination programs have halted amid the pandemic.
With the 2019 United Kingdom General Election campaign just starting, Boris Johnson and the Tories look to be in strong shape. However, anything can happen in the next six weeks.
Parliament returns for a short period tomorrow, but there’s little time for those who hope to stop Boris Johnson’s plans to force a hard Brexit.
After diplomatic cables in which he referred to the President in frank and disparaging terms, the British Ambassador to the United States has resigned.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is seeking an extension on her promise to leave office at the same time that the political future of her Conservative Party becomes increasingly doubtful.
Tennis great Martina Navratilova is facing criticism for raising questions about how sports handles the issue of transgender athletes competing within the gender they identify with. She shouldn’t be.
Theresa May is facing an unexpected challenge to her leadership even as she deals with trying to save a Brexit deal that nobody seems to like.
Hurricane Trump hit the G-7 this weekend, and the damage it left behind will take years to clean up.
After more than thirty years in power, Robert Mugabe is on his way out in Zimbabwe, but that doesn’t mean things will improve.
The people who would most immediately be impacted by a war on the Korean peninsula don’t seem quite so concerned. Perhaps we should take a cue from them.
Great Britain heads to the polls today.
A night of carnage and depravity in the United Kingdom.
Emmanuel Macron holds a decisive lead over Marine Le Pen as the French Presidential election heads into its final hours.
Scotland’s First Minister is calling for another independence vote in the wake of the beginning of the Brexit process, but she’s unlikely to get it.
A movement motivated by hurt and fear turned into a political force eight years ago. Can another follow suit?
A high-level French Court has struck down the ban on the so-called ‘burkini’ adopted by many towns along the French Riviera.
By a narrow margin, British voters have chosen to send their nation, themselves, and indeed all of Europe into uncharted waters.
A freshman Member of Parliament was murdered today, and there may have been a political motive.
Britons will go to the polls in June to decide the future of their country’s relationship with the rest of Europe.
Marine Le Pen suffered setbacks in the second round of regional voting on Sunday, but the party still seems likely to become more popular in the coming years.
Several of the top representatives of soccer’s governing body have been indicted by a Federal Grand Jury in New York.
Seymour Hersh is out with a conspiracy theory about the death of Osama bin Laden that just doesn’t make sense.
Russia’s own government is projecting that its economy will slip into recession next year. How that will impact Putin’s current belligerence remains to be seen.
Well, so much for that “people’s revolt” that brought down a military dictator.
Once again, there’s speculation that something is up in the world’s most closed society.
Alabamians like to exclaim, “Thank God for Mississippi.” Perhaps it’s time for that slogan to cross the Pond.
Wikipedia is refusing to recognize a photographer’s copyright claim because a monkey took the picture.
Fairly or not, the President has created the impression that he is not a good leader, and there’s not much he can do about it at this point.
Relations between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia seem to have soured in recent years.
Western military action in the Syrian civil war now appears likely.
Yet another case of breathless media reporting on academic research findings.
A new book by one of the Navy SEALs involved in the raid that killed Osama bin Laden differs significantly from the official version put forward by the government.