The mine that symbolizes the climate clash between Trump and the rest of the world will ... have fewer employees than a supermarket.
The administration’s attorneys as well as the outside ones are urging Trump not to turn a case that is already institutionally serious into a bullfight.
The chaos and suspense created around the Paris accord takes on a whole new meaning—a diversionary tactic to distract attention from infinitely more embarrassing matters.
This Wednesday, the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, Elon Musk, published a series of tweets. In these, he abandoned his role as an adviser to the group formed by Trump, which has the aim of assisting him with economic strategy dossiers and which also includes CEOs of companies such as JPMorgan Chase & Company, The Walt Disney [Read more]
If the world laughs at all, it laughs at Trump, not at America.
What does “pride” have to do with civil rights?
<i>Today, the two meet at the Vatican; it is a change of perspective for the U.S. president who is said to be honored by the invitation of Pope Francis, even though the electoral campaign wasn't without confrontations, such as the one about the Mexican border wall.*</i>
After the rather less than friendly exchanges [Read more]
Once he is done strutting on the international scene ... he will find out that ... the rhetoric and pompousness of these increasingly useless summits can not shake it from him.
Kim may be insane but he is not stupid.
Who does the United States’ first billionaire president turn to when he needs advice? To other billionaires, so says today’s Jerusalem Post. And the two billionaires whom Donald Trump trusts most, especially when needing to define America’s policy with Israel, are Sheldon Adelson and Ronald Lauder.