Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon is hinting she might try to revive a Scottish independence vote in the wake of Brexit. That’s easier said than done.
Not surprisingly, the North Koreans are pushing back against American efforts to force them into a corner on denuclearization.
For some reason, the President wants to help a Chinese company that has been accused of being a security risk by American intelligence services.
The number of Americans professing no religious affiliation is on the rise. This will have some interesting cultural and political implications.
As expected, President Trump has withdrawn the United States from the nuclear deal with Iran. There was no rational basis for doing so.
Seven years after deactivation, the U.S. Second Fleet will be patrolling the North Atlantic again.
Israeli Prime Minister gave a speech yesterday designed to undermine the nuclear deal with Iran. The evidence was unconvincing, but the speech was really only aimed at an audience of one.
The United States is apparently looking to Libya as a guide for upcoming talks with North Korea. The DPRK most likely sees the fate of that nation and its leader as a warning.
President Trump’s on-again, off-again visit to Great Britain appears to be on again.
Andrew Sullivan wonders, “Will there always be an England?”
French President Emmanuel Macron predicts, correctly, that President Trump will pull out of the nuclear deal with Iran for the worst possible reasons. This will be a disaster for America’s national interests.
Michael Cohen will invoke his rights under the Fifth Amendment in response to any questions asked in discovery in the civil suit filed against him by Stormy Daniels. That’s really the only option he has.
President Trump undercut his own Ambassador to the United Nations today by blocking the imposition of new sanctions on Russia.
A Federal Judge has struck down the revised version of the ban on transgender members of the military from serving openly, and the ruling has significance that goes well beyond the issue at hand.
There is no obvious strategy and even the expressed rationale makes no sense.
As expected, Russia has retaliated for the retaliation against it in connection with the attempted murder of a former Russian spy and his daughter in the United Kingdom.
The United States has joined Great Britain and much of Europe in retaliating against Russia for the attempted murder of a former Russian spy on British soil.
The President’s new attempt to ban transgender Americans from serving in the military is as legally defective as the original ban was.
The President issued an incredibly confusing order that contradicts the advice of his generals and is probably illegal.
President Trump continues to obsequiously praise Russian President Vladimir Putin
It may be time for transparency on pay structures so employees know what others in comparable positions are making.
Theresa May’s government has not hit Russian oligarchs nearly as hard as they deserve because the UK benefits from turning a blind eye.
Not unexpectedly, Russia has retaliated for Great Britain’s retaliation for Russia’s apparent assassination attempt on British history.
Theresa May has expelled 23 Russian diplomats and convened the North Atlantic Council.
Stephen Hawking possessed one of the greatest minds in history, but he will likely be most remembered for not letting a debilitating disease stop him from contributing to our understanding of the universe.
While examples of Hollywood sexism are seemingly endless, this is not one of them.
The British prime minister and outgoing US Secretary of State declared a red line crossed. There’s no reason to think this White House will follow through.
By threatening to withdraw from the nuclear deal with Iran, Donald Trump is making it far less likely that any upcoming talks with North Korea will succeed.
The Defense Department will reportedly recommend to President Trump that transgender members of the service currently serving in the military be allowed to continue serving.
President Trump has announced a new round of sanctions against North Korea, but they are unlikely to work given the unrealistic nature of the Administration’s current policy toward North Korea.
Billy Graham was the son of a North Carolina farmer who grew up to become a counselor to Presidents, Prime Ministers, and even a Queen.
President Trump’s tweets, other public statements, and actions are causing world leaders to doubt the reliability of the United States on the world stage.
Republicans spent the eight years of Obama Administration railing against fiscal irresponsibility. Now that they have power, they’re the ones being fiscally irresponsible.
As Brexit negotiations go on and the consequences of Britain leaving the European Union become clearer, some Britons are starting to ask for a chance at a second referendum.
Poland’s President has signed a controversial bill that purports to criminalize any effort to tie Poland to the Holocaust.
In May, Irish voters will vote on a referendum to remove the near-universal ban on abortion in the nation’s Constitution. And it looks as though it will pass.
Do yourself a favor and skip the State Of The Union Address tonight. You won’t be missing anything important.
The Trump Administration has acted in a manner to create the impression that there is “no daylight” between the United States and Israel. This is a myth, and pursuing such a goal poses real dangers for America’s national interests.
The Polish Government appears ready to approve a law that seeks to whitewash the truth about the role that many Poles played in the Holocaust.
Donald Trump is wildly unpopular in the United Kingdom, and that’s apparently causing him to eschew visiting the United States’s most important ally.
America’s closest European allies are rebuffing the Trump Administration’s efforts to renegotiate the nuclear deal with Iran. They’re right to do so.
President Trump has alienated America’s allies and friends, and they are acting accordingly.
Thanks to Donald Trump, public opinion around the world about the United States is at its lowest level in ten years.
America’s closest allies sent a strong signal that they do not agree with President Trump on the nuclear deal with Iran.
Whatever goodwill may have existed between the Trump Administration and Steve Bannon appears to have evaporated.
2017 was quite a year. 2018 promises to be just as interesting.
Some Democratic Senators are suggesting that Al Franken should reconsider his decision to resign from the Senate.
Donald Trump’s foreign policy has been erratic, illogical, and demonstrated a clear disdain for diplomacy.
Transgender Americans will be able to enlist in the military beginning January 1st thanks to a ruling from a Federal District Court Judge.