European leaders are still trying to decipher Trump’s thinking on NATO, Europe and many other issues.
If the US stays in the Paris deal but misses its targets, the deal could look like a sham. But if Trump carries out his threat to withdraw, the US veto would be gone, and other nations might step up.
Given the carnivorous trend of the US presidency, it is unsurprising that food is a significant metaphor in House of Cards.
With emotionally charged rhetoric from both sides of the aisle and many parents in a heightened state of distress, children are more vulnerable than ever to anxiety. What can parents do?
If it were a film, viewers would say it's too far-fetched to be believable.
An FBI historian tells stories from the agency's ups and downs over 109 years and four dismissed directors.
Arguments about the AHCA showed deep disagreement on health care coverage. Could this move us toward universal coverage, which some say could be simpler? Don't hold your breath.
Trump's sacking of his FBI director won't stop intelligence leaks – or the official investigation into alleged Russian interference in the US election.
A study of how the Young African Leaders Initiative handles its business exposes typical weaknesses, mainly lack of understanding local context, suffered by many foreign aid programmes.
Trump's review on H1-B visa will directly impact high-skilled Indian workers.
Trump has ordered a task force to look into the federal government's role in schools. Where does this executive order fit in the country's long history of federal versus state educational policies?
The western media's focus on events at home like the US elections and the UK Brexit referendum has come at the expense of reporting on the famine that's unfolding in Africa.
Here's why I'm supporting this weekend's March for Science.
We need to imagine new types of borders in this era of fervent fence building.
As school choice advocates attempt to garner more widespread support for vouchers, a new kind of voucher system is growing: one that uses tax credits to subsidize private education.
The recent American airstrike in Syria has created a new norm in international law sanctioning the unilateral use of force to punish those who deploy chemical weapons against their own people.
Trump would not have had a great time navigating the political intrigue presented in the Icelandic Sagas.
US President Donald Trump often owns the conversation on Twitter for all the wrong reasons. But why use the same tactics we're criticising him for? And what would be an appropriate response?
Scrutinising the output of a national theatre at a time of rising nationalism is a worthwhile activity, but it needs either radical intention or emotional insight.
The White House is pushing for more private prisons. But do the industry's promised benefits hold up to scrutiny?