GeenPeil has turned the referendum into a dangerous game between Euroskeptics and Russia, on the one hand, and the EU and Ukraine, on the other.
Sanders will still lose the nomination unless he manages crushing victories in each of the remaining states.
The GOP is in chaos because it is wedded to overt racism and dog whistle politics that pays dividends in the near term but is unsustainable in the long.
The typical Republican position is that abortion, in most circumstances, is tantamount to homicide, because an embryo is a rights-bearing, human being.
The journal and its top editor, critics say, have resisted correcting errors and lag behind in an industry-wide push for more openness.
Few sights are more troubling than an elderly, lifelong voter facing a maze of bureaucratic obstacles while trying to get a newly required photo ID.
Anti-doping bodies must become more accountable to the athletes they serve.
Tax havens should be reformed but they provide legitimate benefits to territories with little other industry.
If you tap “Panama offshore” into Google you get a long list of adverts offering to set up a Panama offshore (secret) bank account for you.
State legislatures are gerrymandering districts to reduce the power of people of color and Democrats and guarantee Republican control in Congress.
Links between Iceland's PM and off-shore tax havens have sparked protests and calls for his resignation.
Trump’s populism is the flimflam, finger-pointing and impossible promises of traditional assembly-line politics, stripped down to its bare parts.
The “cultural” gap between the elites and the “people” has always existed. But the size of the gulf today may have made populist demagogues dangerously more attractive.
Doping scandals have dealt a heavy blow to Moscow’s prestige.
With the Republicans in disarray and the Dems still undecided, will the Wisconsin primary settle anything?
While other African leaders cling to power, Senegal's president has reduced presidential term limits.
Assad has spent five years attacking civilians with lethal force because he fears, more than anything, the growth of civil society in Syria.
Within one or two years, grotesque birth defects spiraled. Babies with two heads. Or missing eyes, hands and legs. Or stomachs and brains inside out.
Recognize anyone? Bullying, vengeful, pitiless, manipulative, dishonest, willing to cheat to win, prejudiced, mean-spirited, nationalistic and narcissistic.
I never voted for George W. Bush and I never voted for Rafael “Ted” Cruz.
A remarkable global media operation is holding the rich and powerful to account.
For Nancy Reagan, mourning her husband's death was accompanied by the responsibility of preserving the legacy of an American icon.
Million Image Database Project at Oxford has 3-D printed the arch from Palmyra’s Temple of Bel, due to be unveiled in London this month.
Medical community must avoid the mistakes that were made with opioids.
Decisive military operations happen on the ground, and Kurds focused on securing an autonomous zone of their own, will not kill ISIS.
Young Americans have cast more votes for Sen. Bernie Sanders than for Secretary Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump combined.
Zuma is unlikely to step down but the judiciary’s authority in South Africa has been reaffirmed.
Anti-Semitism is a virus that survives by mutating; today Jews are hated because of their nation state.