The historically high negative numbers for both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton run not only along party lines but also exists among what are supposedly “party loyalists” in both the Democratic and Republican parties
Major world economies should come up with a plan to stabilize the developed economies first and then shift their attention to coming up with policies that would be able to promote economic growth
The study done by Dr. Heblich of the University of Bristol’s Economics department, has shown that an increase in information on the internet and the increase in consumption has created a “crowding out effect” for voters.
The opioid epidemic has largely been caused by people who are over prescribed pain medication pills. Following the expiration of the prescription, they switch over to cheaper heroin in order to substitute the opioids.
Duterte should rethink the extrajudicial killings and allow for a system of law and order to rule his country and give even the worst of people the right to a fair trial
While the civil war continues, danger lingers for Ukrainian and Russian journalists who have been labeled as opposition press, as the recent death of Alexander Shchetinin has shown
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, a key figure in the Donald Trump campaign, recently vetoed legislation that would allow people getting drivers licenses, drivers permits or state IDs to be automatically enrolled in the voting process
As the general election moves closer, the only thing that seems to be similar between the two candidates is the high unfavorable percentage that each candidate has with the general public, leaving the door open for open for a possible third party
As the EU continues to struggle with the ongoing migrant crisis and security problems, a new economic report shows that economic growth has halved or declined
Politicians in Russia are facing heavy criticism from protesters who have taken to the streets recently to speak out against a new “anti- terrorism law” that was passed in parliament