Every time China's diplomatic standing with its neighbors improves, the United States reappears to manufacture what it deems to be a suitable amount of tension.
<i>The change in interest rates doesn't come at the greatest time for the American economy. The administration and Congress are now accountable.</i>
Rarely has a meeting of the U.S. Federal Reserve Board been given as much attention as the current one. Unable to return to its former strength since [before] the [Read more]
After the bloody terrorist episodes in Paris and San Bernardino, California, North Americans are visibly anxious, and today they fear they may face new terrorist attacks on their soil like nothing since Sept. 11, 2001. Strictly speaking, according to recent public opinion polls, 44 percent of Americans consider it very [Read more]
Free money is finished, at least in the United States. And good riddance. The U.S. Federal Reserve decided as of Wednesday, Dec. 16 to raise interest rates by a quarter of a point. From now on, American banks will be lending at a rate between 0.25 and 0.5 percent. This increase will be followed by other progressive [Read more]
If the working age population who became discouraged by employment difficulties and left the labor market is taken into account, U.S. unemployment rate should be at a staggering 23 percent.
A true accounting of his legacy may well show that what he did on the issue of climate change was even more significant, and he, if anyone, is the environmental hero of 2015.
Normalization has not yet opened the door to a higher quality of life or greater liberty for most Cubans.
The first direct confrontation between the two candidates leading in U.S. presidential polls. Donald Trump crudely scoffs Hillary Clinton ... and demands an apology from her.
“He is becoming ISIS’s best recruiter!” said Hillary Clinton during Saturday’s televised Democratic debate. She added that the [Read more]
This fight against climate imbalance is led, from this point forward, by the "small."