Jaime Rodríguez might be trailing in Mexico's presidential polls, but he had a novel suggestion to combat crime and corruption during the first televised debate.
Despite taking place amidst rampant corruption, rising crime and inequality, and a looming financial crisis, the election was defined by the issue of same-sex marriage.
Newsweek had previously reported that he planned to write a newspaper op-ed.
Now that he is a private citizen, Comey can address the still murky connections between the New York FBI office, elements of the New York Police Department and Donald Trump.
Under pressure, the Justice Department provided access to the original document that launched the investigation into Russian election interference.
The president has reportedly considered firing Robert Mueller and Rod Rosenstein.
Can the European Union stop the rise of authoritarianism in Hungary?
As Peña Nieto gets ready to hand the sash to another, growth has returned—averaging a respectable if underwhelming 2.4 percent a year.
No joke party takes itself quite so seriously as the Hungarian Two-Tailed Dog Party (MKKP).
The impressive economy, which had so far boosted President Donald Trump, may not last.
It's also one strand in a web of Trump-NRA relationships.
Neither Russian President Vladimir Putin nor Chinese President Xi Jinping expected much opposition this weekend, but their victories resound worldwide.
The election commission's website was hit by DDoS attacks from 15 countries, officials claimed.
It is not just the election that Russia has been accused of hacking.
Republicans have one last card to play to try to defeat Democratic candidate Conor Lamb.
Putin thinks Trump "is a reasonable man, despite his flamboyant ways—a result of his previous activities and experience."