Since the election of climate skeptic Donald Trump ... major cities as well as some companies have instead shown themselves to be even more determined to implement [the Paris Agreement].
[T]here hasn’t generally been much to celebrate about trans-Atlantic relations lately.
What happened next with Assange is complicated, but it showed a guiding principle: the anti-American militant preys on the secrets of democratic countries and rarely those of totalitarian countries.
The soft blow expected to the U.S. economy could seriously jeopardize [Donald Trump's] campaign. ... The chance of this snag has led him to play up his populist strategy of xenophobic tirades.
In Ocasio-Cortez’s rhetoric, many similarities to Barack Obama are blindingly obvious.
Trump designated China as the principal adversary of the U.S. and launched a war on trade, currency and technology.
As the heads of Purdue Pharma, the company that has produced Oxycontin since 1996, the family is considered the architect of the catastrophe.
Since the election of Donald Trump, the alliance has been plunged into existential doubt.
[T]he idea of entrusting the keys to such a strategic network to a Chinese actor makes the Europeans cautious − and the Americans hysterical!
After years of acting irresponsibly, the giants of the internet have addressed moderation with success, more or less.