<i>They began in the church, but now the scandals even reach the U.S. Congress.</i>
First, and for many years, they were unique to the Catholic Church. A few weeks ago, they erupted in the world of Hollywood. The media have followed suit. And now comes politics —particularly the U.S. Congress and the Senate — [Read more]
The political sphere has never truly recognized sexual harassment as a threat in need of a systematic response.
President Donald Trump came to Japan and held talks with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. At a joint press conference, Trump expressed solidarity with the prime minister, criticizing North Korea’s nuclear testing and missile launches as “a threat … to peace and stability” and looked to strengthen Japan – U.S. [Read more]
<i>Charles Manson knew to manipulate his followers into, among other things, butchering actress Sharon Tate. He wanted to unleash racial riots.</i>
Charles Manson was a “hippie from hell;” the American cult leader with the penetrating, confused look in his eyes died on Sunday at the age of 83.
The main actor in Trump’s presidency so far has been American democracy, not the president himself.
The 71-year-old CEO of Renaissance Capital, a large, secretive U.S. hedge fund, has become one of the most important names in politics.
In the space of a few days, Moore, 70, has become politically contaminated; hardly any Republican still dares to support his campaign.
Trump’s positive rapport with President Xi may be what is causing a closer relationship between the two countries, despite the policy disagreements.
A year since the election that brought him to power, there is little to celebrate for a president whose proposed changes cannot even find consensus among his supporters.