In a moment of intense irony, Californians are weighing their options to #CalExit -- to keep Donald Trump and his supporters out of their state.
Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's decision to hold a nationwide referendum on his widely touted constitutional reform backfired spectacularly as he had to follow up on his earlier promise to resign if citizens vote against his initiative.
On December 2, President Francois Hollande addressed the nation asserting that he would not seek re-election. His current approval rating has plunged to four per cent, making him France's least popular post-war leader.
NASA is developing the capacity to send astronauts deep into space to obtain samples from Mars and other space bodies, but has identified 25 "gaps" in their knowledge of how to keep Earth organisms safe from alien contamination, and how to keep humans from contaminating space.
Bad news for Tony Blair today: the former UK prime minister could be stripped of his membership of Britain’s privy council and face other "severe" consequences amid possible new investigation into Britain's 2003 invasion of Iraq.
On November 23, the European Parliament approved a draft resolution proposed by EU lawmaker from Poland Anna Elzbieta Fotyga on EU strategic communication to counteract propaganda against the bloc by third parties, delineating that Russia is allegedly engaged in propaganda against the European Union.
America’s burning post-election question has been whether it’s still acceptable to wear New Balance athletic shoes, after the company’s vice president of public affairs expressed support for Donald Trump’s anti-Trans Pacific Partnership stance.
The Chilcot inquiry, which found the UK 2003 invasion of Iraq largely unwarranted but did not blame any party for the move, was specifically set up to avoid the risk of legal proceedings against individuals or the government, declassified government documents reveal.
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