U.S. President Donald Trump has promised to revitalize America's aging roads, bridges, railways and airports, but a plan put forward by his economic advisers relies on a transportation financing scheme that hasn't been tried before and comes with significant risks., 1 Comment
When Pyeongchang was awarded the 2018 Olympics six years ago, many South Koreans felt that the first Winter Games on home snow would herald their entry into the top tier of rich nations.
In the confusing environment generated by U.S. President Donald Trump, in which he has criticized his allies more than America's opponents, the trip by Defense Secretary James M. Mattis to Seoul and Tokyo was reassuring...
He may be a new kind of president, employing a go-it-alone business style while upending White House norms, but Donald Trump now confronts a venerable U.S. system of checks and balances.
New York, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco: the cities are many and so are the anti-Trump protests.
Francois Fillon, the right-wing candidate for the French presidential election, has apologized for paying his wife as a parliamentary aide and hopes to draw a line under a scandal dubbed "Penelopegate." Here is the furor explained in key questions:
Chinese New Year is a time for celebration, new beginnings and, most importantly, new clothes and shoes.
The latest development should be regarded as one that has marked an important step between Japan and the new U.S. administration under President Donald Trump for reinforcing the Japan-U.S. alliance.
There were two reasons that made Thailand's report this year on its efforts to combat human trafficking interesting and laudable.
One of the veteran Taiwan watchers in the United States has opined that President Donald Trump is "weaponizing" Taiwan to help contain the People's Republic of China.
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