He is “the voice” for many Americans who feel ignored. They are happy to brush off his flaws because they think he’s worth a chance.
Meanwhile, both the Islamic State and al-Qaida are taking advantage of the substantial chaos in Yemen to implant themselves there
The annual report on human trafficking by the U.S. Department of State is a depressing reminder that forced labor remains a global problem.
While predators and habitat destruction also are affecting bee populations, the concerns about neonicotinoids are sobering.
The bottom line is that the United States needs and wants good relations with Turkey.
Hillary is not Bill and today is not the ’90s, but finding the middle is still where it’s at
Larry Werner sat in on thousands of meetings in his years of public relations. Eight days before he died in 2014, he made time for one more.
Even the powerful Donald Trump could not force the RNC to let felon Don King hold forth at the freak show in Cleveland this week.
What with mass shootings, police shootings, Brexit and Trump, this seems a pretty good time to worry.
Might we have avoided World War II by helping to stop Hitler and Mussolini?
“The world is on fire,” my daughter says sadly the morning after the Nice atrocity. It is. “Has it always been?” No.
More than 20,000 people pack Deutschtown Music Festival for two fun, friendly and peaceable days.