As elections for the European Parliament come closer in Great Britain, Nigel Farage, with his new Brexit Party is set to make a large statement not only about Brexit, but about British politics in general.
Venezuelan General Ramon Rangel urged the military to rise up against strongman Nicolás Maduro, saying the regime is controlled by the “communist dictatorship” in Cuba.
On May 19, Swiss citizens will go to the polls to vote on a referendum that would decide whether or not to allow restrictions on the Alpine country’s gun policies.
In the tiny nation of Burkina Faso in West Africa, violent Islamic extremist are causing panic among the country’s population with their attempts to eradicate the Christian faith from the country.
The U.K. Conservative Party is in big trouble among the British public because of their failed Brexit strategies.
Asia Bibi, a Pakistani Christian woman once convicted of blasphemy against Islam, has reached safety in Canada more than six months after her conviction was overturned by Pakistan’s Supreme Court.
Nanny-state Norway's new health minister has said not only that “people should be allowed to smoke, drink and eat as much red meat [as] they just want,” but also that she’s very sympathetic toward smokers.
Prime Minister Theresa May is said to be secretly considering a Brexit option that was once unthinkable: a second referendum.
The Council on Foreign Relations is holding its latest Council Of Councils gathering in Washington, D.C., hosting “opinion leaders” from the arenas of politics, finance, media, academia, and think tanks to grapple with “global governance” issues.
The failure of Guaido's coup last week has left the neocons embedded in the Trump administration with few options.