The long presidential campaign in the United States began with an unexpected result in the Democratic Party primaries: the landslide victory of Bernie Sanders — a little-known senator, 74 years old, who defines himself as a socialist — in New Hampshire over Hillary Clinton, the former first lady and former [Read more]
In the United States, all elections take place in a sea of money. The same Barack Obama, a stern and honorable progressive, was elected because of an "electoral cash register" that corporations had filled with millions.
In an international community with considerably declined U.S. leadership, we ask what diplomatic and security measures the U.S. will take in response to Russia’s unyielding attitude and China’s steadily rising prominence.
But if choosing Bernie over Hillary counts as "feminist", then feminism doesn't count for much any more.
Almost all Republican presidential candidates promise that they will annul 'Obamacare' on their first day in the White House.
They're lightweight, come in pink and orange and have practically no recoil. According to a report, the U.S. gun industry plans to start aggressively pursuing underage kids as customers.
Reports from gun manufacturers show that they intend to increase marketing colorful handguns and rifles to minors in order to [Read more]
US policymakers are walking away from coal and Australian policymakers should do the same.
<i>The Vermont senator who condemns the clout held by Wall Street and lobbies is very popular among young people. And he is hot on Hillary Clinton’s heels in the race for the Democratic nomination before the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday.</i>
At each of his meetings, the contrast is striking. As you see him [Read more]