Politicians seem readier than ever to base their campaigns on grossly distorted "facts."
Berlin and Vienna urged Turkey to show restraint after coup attempt.
History suggests such reform might be necessary.
A constituent of Jeremy Corbyn's argues that he must step down in order to have a functional parliamentary democracy.
Sanders has pushed Hillary to take more progressive positions on issues ranging from the minimum wage to the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the Keystone XL pipeline, Wall Street and Social Security.
Real patriotism isn't cheap. It requires being willing to pay taxes in full rather than seeking tax loopholes and squirreling away money abroad.
Britons rejected handouts and 'facts' in favor of the vague but powerful promise of control.
The close race between a far-right candidate and a liberal in Austria's election offers clues about the outcome of November's U.S. election.
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei says if U.S. president rips up nuclear deal, Tehran will "light it on fire."
The top religious leader in the Islamic Republic says the country will not cooperate on regional issues with enemies.
Roman Roslovtsev is protesting Russia's controversial law on public assembly.
Recent events have strained Ukrainians' faith in the twin pillars of the 2014 revolution—closer ties to Europe and the fight against corruption.
"You do not need to fear the different voices of the Cuban people," Obama said in his keynote speech Tuesday.