Blood has been shed on Hong Kong streets and a university is under siege. But even the “black bloc” at the vanguard of the protests is looking toward the Nov. 24 vote.
Dutch investigators release damning audio that connects Russian authorities to the rebels suspected in the 2014 shootdown of a Malaysian jet with 298 people on board in Ukraine.
Joseph Mifsud has returned from the abyss just as impeachment proceedings begin against President Donald Trump—or has he?
Venezuelan opponents of Maduro, and those in Washington who’ve tried to overthrow him, may be gleeful about the demise of his buddy Morales. But Maduro’s army is still with him.
A student is shot by police, a man set on fire: The violence is increasing and the blame should be laid at Bejing’s door.
Farage will give Johnson a free run in over 300 seats—but his party could still prevent the prime minister from winning a majority.
Much of what many of us learned in school about the struggle between the U.S. and USSR was very, very wrong.