Fed up with Europe's union across borders? Reject it. Disgusted with the U.S. political establishment? Can it.
A school event in Taiwan came to the forefront of international media attention last week. A group of students from a private high school wore self-fashioned Nazi uniforms and wielded swastika banners at their school's "Christmas and Thanksgiving Costume Parade" on Dec. 23.
The U.S. leader, accompanied by his Japanese counterpart, did not apologize for the nuclear attack that had decimated Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945, bringing World War II to a devastating but swift end.
Donald Trump gave himself kudos for the creation of 8,000 new U.S. jobs by a Japanese tech mogul, saying it was proof of "the spirit and the hope" stirred by his presidential win.
The executive order was in retaliation to alleged Russian hacking to disrupt the U.S. presidential election on Nov. 8.
As soon as China abandoned its one-child policy a year ago, Zheng Xiaoyu and her husband started trying for a sibling for their 9-year-old son., 1 Comment
Allegations over Russia and Iran's deepening ties with the Taliban have ignited concerns of a renewed "Great Game" of proxy warfare in Afghanistan that could undermine U.S.-backed troops and push the country deeper into turmoil.
Handing out multibillion-dollar fines right and left to domestic and foreign financial giants, the United States has taken on the role of the unforgiving global cop of the business world.
At the foot of a tall building in downtown Rio de Janeiro, government workers line up for donated groceries, unable to buy their own because their salaries have not been paid.
This is a period when love, compassion and forgiveness rule and little else matters. Nonetheless, it can be a bit strange since this season of giving is absolutely man-made, meaning that human beings' best qualities prevail for a few days merely because they want them to.