[T]he country is in the hands of someone unable to comprehend the dimension of his own ignorance.
<i>Is the U.S. reliving its coronavirus nightmare?</i>
According to data from Johns Hopkins University, as this is being written, the U.S. has had 39,911 new confirmed coronavirus cases in the past 24 hours, and for four consecutive days, more than 30,000 new infections were confirmed each day.
Trump has made the International Criminal Court (ICC) the latest target of his administration’s contempt for the global rule of law. The sanctions and family visa bans he authorized on June 11 for use against ICC officials are tools usually reserved for human rights violators, not those seeking to hold them to account in fair trials.
Trump's approval ratings are in the tank. He has earned that disapproval, and he alone is responsible for the situation. It is the first time Trump seems to be paying a serious price for his erratic presidency.
What Trump knows best is that the only thing that matters in business is money. Unfortunately, this also applies during a pandemic... ,too.
<i>The biography of Mary Trump, the daughter of the president's late brother Fred Trump Jr., an alcoholic, is set to be released in August. Among Mary’s revelations lies a tax scandal, which she herself helped to expose.</i>
The book, entitled "Too Much and Never Enough," is set to be released this August by the [Read more]
Chinese journalists for U.S. media in China are especially caught in the crossfire.
Trump only knows how to be Trump. Every time he tried to soften his message and tone, it did not work.
An impeachment trial, the coronavirus crisis, mass protests in all 50 states, the threat of a serious recession. The administration of a U.S. president has not simultaneously experienced so many disasters in a long time. And all this during an election year!
The release of a memoir by former National Security [Read more]
It may not be fascism, but in the U.S. and U.K., right-wing nationalists are reviving classic myths and resentment.