"Brainwashed." That's how Darren Grimes describes many Britons of his age group who voted to remain in the EU. Grimes, who runs a website touting the benefits of Brexit, says Britain will be much better off on its own.
Sen. Richard Burr, head of the US Senate Intelligence Committee, with access to some of the most highly classified information, warned that Russia is interfering in the French election just one month away.
Trump surrounded himself with coal miners when he signed his energy executive order, a very public signal that he was making good on a campaign promise to end the "war on coal." But not all miners agree on the future of their industry.
Health care for Native Americans has been a federal responsibility since the early 1800s. It's always been underfunded, but Medicaid expansion under Obamacare provided important, backdoor funding to Indian clinics. So the news that Obamacare survived another challenge was met with great relief.
Brazil has a murder problem. It also has a gun problem. Both could get worse if some Brazilian lawmakers have their way. Rather than tighten responsible firearms legislation, the so-called Bullet Caucus wants to make weapons even more accessible and untraceable.
The Census Bureau has recommended that a new Middle East and North Africa (MENA) racial category be added to the next census, coming in 2020. This could be interpreted as an alarming development — but advocacy groups have been pushing for it for a while.
At the annual Arab League summit this week in Jordan, top agenda items include ongoing violent conflicts and terrorism threats. But many young Arabs say their leaders need to do much more to address jobs, education and the economy.
The decision of 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick to stop standing for the national anthem has provoked a lot of debate, to say the least. One part of the argument is about the anthem's little-known third stanza, and whether it is racist.
Sarmad Assali, an Orthodox Christian in Allentown, Pennsylvania, supported Donald Trump for president. She was stunned this weekend when his refugee and immigration restrictions meant her relatives were deported back to Damascus.