There seems to be more of a sense that the race is Clinton's to lose.
Until now, Clinton has been considered the U.S. Democrats' most promising potential presidential candidate. But the former secretary of state is now in danger of failing as a result of her own prevarication.
Negotiations on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, spearheaded by the Obama administration in the United States, have been swayed by domestic U.S. politics. This is because the administration and Congress have met unexpected difficulties in bridging partisan differences over a bill that would give the president trade [Read more]
<i>The visit of the Israeli prime minister to the United States, which goes against all rules of protocol, has angered the Democratic camp and strained relations between the two countries.</i>
John Kerry has tried to calm the situation. On the eve of Benjamin Netanyahu’s highly controversial visit to Washington, [Read more]
She is a purely manufactured candidate, as artificial as plastic flowers in a cheap restaurant.
Republican Sarah Palin is famous for giving weird speeches but this time she managed to outdo herself. Even conservatives are irritated.
Some of America’s wealthy elite, of which Romney is a card-carrying member, view life in the U.S. as anything but fine.
First they punish him, then they praise him: Americans rediscover their president.