He plans to hang on as PM through the fall but likely won’t be able to.
Thirty years ago today, history took off in a brand new direction.
The so-called “rebel alliance’ in the House of Commons continues to stack up wins against British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, but Johnson could still win in the end.
The House of Commons handed Prime Minister Boris Johnson a huge loss yesterday, throwing the short-term future of Brexit into doubt.
Boris Johnson won the fight for the leadership of Great Britain’s Conservative Party and will soon become the next British Prime Minister. That was the easy part.
One of America’s fist celebrity CEO’s has passed away at the age of 94.
Many are calling for the UK Prime Minister’s ouster. But the problem is Brexit itself, not any one leader.
President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un will meet again in February, but it’s hard to see why.
In his annual message, Kim Jong Un sent a message to President Trump on denuclearization and the future of the Korean Peninsula.
The North Korean government is making clear what it means when it speaks of denuclearization, and its far different from what the United States means.
The world loses a genuine war hero.
Three months after the Singapore summit, evidence grows that North Korea is still making nuclear weapons.
Two months after the Singapore Summit, there’s no sign that anything substantive has been accomplished on the Korean Peninsula.
The Trump Administration is inviting Vladimir Putin to Washington, D.C. for a second summit in the fall. What could possibly go wrong?
The first shoes drop in the Mueller investigation.
Stephen Paddock’s crime was clearly terrorizing, and will impact the lives of survivors, families, first responders in many ways for a long time. Based on the currently available evidence, though, the Las Vegas shooting was not “terrorism.”
With a relatively smooth announcement, Donald Trump has named a solid and qualified conservative who will likely be confirmed to the nation’s highest court.
Ted Cruz pulled off a win in Wisconsin, giving some hope to the “Stop Trump” crowd.
If last night’s debate is any indication, Hillary Clinton’s campaign is about to get much more aggressive in its critique of Bernie Sanders.
Ten American sailors detained by Iranian forces late Tuesday were released early today, something that seems to clearly demonstrate the value of diplomacy.
The North Koreans claim to have made a major advance in their nuclear weapons program, but there are many reasons to be skeptical.
Some Republicans apparently think the key to their future lies in the past.
Small steps from both sides in the Iranian nuclear negotiations, but too early to say that we’ve reached a solution.
While periodic, strenuous exercise is better than nothing, constant movement is much better for our health.
Two words spoken by a Romney aide have led to a ridiculous firestorm on the right, while the rest of their comments are being ignored.
China’s government may be more “efficient,” but it’s hardly a model for the rest of the world.
To Republicans, even thinking about engaging in diplomacy is enough to accuse the President of appeasement.
Mitt Romney said the other day that the 2012 Election is about “the soul of the country.” This is most assuredly not true.
From across the pond, an observation that the way we pick Presidents isn’t really that bad after all.
The odds of history are against Michele Bachmann.
A day after apologizing for an odd comment about the President’s upbringing, Mike Huckabee now feeds into the conservative myth that Barack Obama isn’t a real American.
Former Republican Congressman Joe Scarborough wants the GOP to stop kowtowing to Sarah Palin and her acolytes. He’s right.
Theodore Sorensen, a speechwriter and close adviser to President John F. Kennedy, died today at the age of 82
Support for the Tea Party is at record levels but that movement does not have a coherent policy platform. Can the energy be harnessed to good use?