As France starts (finally) to re-appraise its own situation, the number of sexual assaults in the U.S. Army rose by 60 percent in 2013, notably thanks to victims feeling more confident to report and talk about it.
Approximately 5,400 cases of sexual assaults were filed in 2013, noted Washington spokesperson Cathy [Read more]
California is ahead of other states on topics related to immigration policy, gun control, environmental regulations, stem cell research and marriage equality.
The United States has been almost absent from the battle that is being fought in Kiev for the future of Ukraine.
In the U.S., it’s a different story. President Barack Obama has committed to make his decision on TransCanada’s Keystone XL pipeline project based on its impact on the climate.
'It isn’t like the NSA woke up and said, ‘let’s spy on everybody’. They woke up and said, ‘hey wow, corporate America is spying on everybody; let’s get ourselves a connection'.
Obama compared Paris and London to his daughters Sasha and Malia — impossible to choose between them.
The American drone war against Islamic terrorists is a disturbing example of over-reliance on technology, human rights issues aside.
<i>The legendary goalkeeper of Russian hockey speaks about how, at the Olympics, there are no weak teams.</i>
On the Feb. 13, the Russian national hockey team is going to play the first match in the group tournament against Slovenia during their home Olympics. But on the eve of the game, fans are all thinking ahead [Read more]