World Politics

World Politics
Political news of a global nature that affects the United States.
Trudeau

The Prime Minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, 44, and President Obama held a press conference March 10, 2016, discussing common values, the shared bonds between the two countries, and the continued desire to set...
Tony Abbott, Abbott

The "Game of Thrones" is on in Australia as a spill motion to get rid of Prime Minister Tony Abbott is about to be voted on. After a disastrous knighthood incident involving Prince Phillip...
putin

Despite what can fairly be called a tough ending to 2014, Vladimir Putin has been voted Russia's "Man of the Year" via a Public Opinion Foundation poll. 1,500 people voted in the Russian foundation's...
Air Pollution

Air pollution has been found to cause heart problems in addition to lung infections. A 10-year study was carried out by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and funded by the Multi-Ethnic Study of Atherosclerosis and Air...
Earth Day

Earth Day, April 22, 1970, was the official beginning of the annual tradition to recognize the importance of environmental safety concerns. It was started by Senator Gaylord Nelson after the 1969 oil spill off the coast of...

The 21st United Nations Conference of the Parties (COP21) agreed to a historic climate change deal in Paris on Dec. 12, 2015. The COP21 pact has been seen by many observers as giving a fresh impetus...
Congress

The United States Congress has stirred up a hornet's nest over Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's address to the legislative body next month and now VP Joe Biden has added fuel to the fire...
Antarctica

Antarctica, the coldest and driest continent, contains 90 percent of the ice on the planet in an area that is less than one-and-a-half times the size of the United States. There are two seasons in Antarctica:...
Rob Ford

Former Toronto Mayor Rob Ford, whose reign was marked by outrageous antics, erratic behavior, and substance abuse, died on Tuesday, March 22, 2016, from a rare, aggressive form of cancer known as pleomorphic liposarcoma....
Freedom of Speech

With the recent events in Paris still fresh in the whole world’s memory, many debates have arisen, the most notorious being the attack on Freedom of Speech. But is there real freedom of speech...
Republicans

When Republicans don’t get their way they act just like spoiled children. If the game doesn’t result in a victory for them, they take their ball and go home. Immigration is unquestionably the most...
Putin

"Newsweek"suggested that Vladimir Putin and Russia are so spectacularly corrupt they have been described as a kleptocracy, which is defined as a country run by criminals. This could explain why he has been so successful because Putin's corruption knows...
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