U.S. President Donald Trump recently held his first summit talks since taking office with British Prime Minister Theresa May, and the two leaders reaffirmed the two countries' long-standing "special relationship."
At his first official press conference as the new White House press secretary, Sean Spicer broke with a longstanding tradition: He took his first question, not from the Associated Press, but The New York Post
"Nattering nabobs of negativism" is probably the most enduring of the many alliterative pronouncements of Spiro Agnew, vice president in the Nixon administration until forced to resign because of corruption.
Following the announcement of his intention to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement, Trump signed an executive order to "permanently withdraw" the United States from the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal.
In Biblical terms, original sin denotes the fall of man after Adam eats forbidden fruit from the tree of knowledge in the Garden of Eden. In economics, the metaphor refers to the developing world's inability to borrow in their own currencies, as described by Barry Eichengreen, Ricardo Hausmann and Ugo Panizza.
Thais got a taste of what "fake" news can do to you recently when Facebook got fooled by its own algorithm.
President Donald Trump's press secretary on Tuesday mischaracterized the election results and the findings of a study that purported to show significant voting in the past by non-citizens.
President Donald Trump said he was protecting jobs as he officially pulled out from the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal.
Chelsea Manning's story concerns three groups of people with very different ideas of how to change the world.
Salem Mu'tan, a Palestinian from the village of Burqah in the West Bank, was forced to move to the United States following the 1967 Israeli Occupation. After retiring, he decided to return home only to realize that the land where he was born was nothing like it used to be with the encroaching Israeli settlements and onerous roadblocks.