- August 27, 2016
With Trump turning his back on climate change, the US can turn to Bangladesh to adapt
Nearly four in 10 US colleges have seen drops in applications from international students following Trump’s campaign rhetoric about travel bans, according to a report by the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers
Standing atop the roof of Houston’s NRG Stadium with drones illuminating an American flag in the night sky behind her, Lady Gaga kicked off her Super Bowl half-time set on Sunday by singing “God Bless America” as a subtle message of inclusion and unity in a deeply divided United States.
The problems of working class Americans are older than believed
A Californian high school teacher has been suspended for comparing Trump’s rise with Hitler and another one in Georgia has been told to hang herself with her hijab.
The rise of Donald Trump and the birth of the Alt-Right
The 1990s was the decade of hope to end a century of division. We need them again
In the wake of Trump’s shock election, we are now likely to see the rise of demagogues using xenophobia, bigotry, unapologetic dishonesty
America nuking itself would have a fallout on the rest of the world
The White House said it was aware of the reported al Qaeda threats and mindful of increased risk of attacks during events such as Election Day.