Chick-fil-A, the controversial American fast food brand, famous as much for its donations to anti-LGBTQ organisations as it is for fried chicken sandwiches, is being forced to close its first U.K. restaurant.
The streets of Tokyo outside my window are currently getting a little quieter, but there is absolutely no sense of panic in Japan’s capital. Typhoons are common-place in Japan, and the infrastructure been
Democrats must show that Republicans made Trump’s corruption inevitable and count on 2020 voters to end this nightmare. They are our last resort. President Donald Trump keeps racking up high crimes like
There is a longstanding joke told in the Middle East about Saudi Arabia’s reluctance to fight its own wars. “Saudi Arabia will fight until the last Pakistani,” the punchline goes, in reference to the that
Apparently, the closed-door hearing of the House Intelligence Committee on Thursday into the matter of the president*'s "promise" to a foreign leader went just as expected. Michael Atkinson, the inspector
The president’s latest attempt to keep his tax returns hidden is a novel one. As you may or may not have heard, Donald Trump refused to release his tax returns while running for president, claiming, falsely,
Veteran journalist Cokie Roberts, who joined an upstart NPR in 1978 and left an indelible imprint on the growing network with her coverage of Washington politics before later going to ABC News, has died.
Meet the smoking-free, carbon-negative country that passes no law unless it improves citizens' well-being
(CNN) — On the eastern edge of the Himalayas, nestled between India and Tibet, lies the tiny nation of Druk Yul, better known as Bhutan. In Bhutanese, the name means "Land of the Thunder Dragon," a nod
More than two dozen current and former Liberty University officials describe a culture of fear and self-dealing at the largest Christian college in the world. Brandon Ambrosino is a writer living in Delaware.
The ruling found state legislative boundaries were so partisan they violated the state constitution. A panel of three judges in North Carolina threw out the state’s legislative district maps on Tuesday,
Ready or not, marijuana legalization is on the verge of happening nationwide. Or so they say. Although Congress really hasn’t made much progress on the issue of cannabis reform in the past nine months,