With only four days to go, the recent scandals have taken the shine off a Hillary Clinton presidency, but does this mean it’s game over for her?
Halloween is a day that celebrates the macabre, but it is the masks we wear that protect us from the ugliness of the world we see as normal.
Trisha de Borchgrave imagines what a post-Trump world looks like, whether he wins the U.S. presidential election or not.
Before the athletic spotlight is shut off for another four years, let us highlight the lasting effects of the games on Rio, for better or worse.
It’s turning out to be a peculiar August for the Western world in which a much-needed break is proving elusive as school nights close in on post-Brexit uncertainties and continuing terrorist tensions.
The American Dream has been bludgeoned by the general insanity of the Republican National Convention, but come the election in November, hope in America springs eternal.
The process of achieving true gender equality feels like it’s going at a snail’s pace, but in these troubling times, a fifty-fifty ratio is urgently needed to bring greater political and economic stability to the world.
The video of Paul Ryan’s endorsement of the man he was likely to replace as the GOP nominee, Donald Trump, says more than his words claim. The ayes have it.
Trisha de Borchgrave reflects on the man who became Muhammad Ali; a flawed human with a touch of royal status, fighting the corners of those struggling for acceptance.
Trisha de Borchgrave reflects on Obama’s recent visit to Hiroshima.