We stared for hours at our news screens Wednesday afternoon, unable to look away, but unwilling to actually believe what we were seeing.
To see it unspool — to watch the jumbled images ricochet, live, across the world's endless screens — was, as an American, a struggle to believe your eyes.
Whether Donald Trump is an actual criminal has yet to be proven in court (though I have high hopes for 2021), but he’s clearly a thug at heart.
Now we know how this movie ends. “Brexit means Brexit,” Theresa May declared in those electric but mystifying opening scenes after the referendum back in 2016.
And now, for our annual look at the year in pop culture…. Oh, wait. This was 2020. The year everything stopped cold.
Their messaging has been clear: wear a mask, stay 6 feet apart, and most importantly: stay home!
Whatever happens in the next few months, we are unequivocally at the end of an era. Last month, American voters stepped up, turned out in record numbers and changed the course of history.
Mitch McConnell refuses to accept the verdict of the American people. The Senate majority leader is willing to indulge President Donald Trump's attempt to destroy American democracy, by supporting his fight to stay in office despite his repudiation by more than 78 million Americans and a margin of at least 5 million votes.
So, OK, fellow citizens, let's all veer leftward, let's sign onto Bernie Sanders' socialism, Alexandria Ocasio Cortez's vision of a "brutal, barbarian" America and The New York Times' revelation of a slave state that survived the Civil War.
The world has witnessed a shift from democracy toward autocratic rule over the last 30 years. As Donald Trump's presidency has rolled on, observers inside and outside the United States have wondered: Is America next?
It's tempting to imagine that the U.S. is finally catching up with Europe when it comes to skepticism — and regulation — of Big Tech.
Four years after Donald Trump’s election reframed how many nations interacted with the United States, the way that the world’s foremost superpower moves forward after its presidential election stands to impact many geopolitical pressure points