Since the beginning of the year, more than 4,039 square miles of land have burned.
[Emmanuel Macron] asserted—before 80 world leaders—that the Armistice centenary would be the symbol of lasting peace or 'the last moment of unity before the world falls into disorder.'
Trump is not interested in Africa, and therefore, he continues to inadvertently show signs of cluelessness about it.
The unprecedented voter turnout for these midterms is more due to a hatred for the opposing side than to a love of democracy.
How can one not make a connection between the democratic crisis of the country and the war unleashed by Sept. 11, 2001?
[T]he crisis of American democracy is not a consequence of Trump’s arrival in the White House. ...[It] precedes the election and largely explains the result.
Fear is ... what Trump uses to try to hold onto his power ... But it is not certain that this fear can rally the troops to vote in favor of pro-Trump candidates.
'Unlike Pai’s FCC, California isn’t run by the big telecom and cable companies.'
"Raw tensions over race, gender and personal identity are shaping battleground contests."
'This is a consequential moment in our history… we have a chance to restore some sanity in our politics.'