The government of Gabon, a French language speaking country in Western Africa, said that an attempted coup d’état by armed soldiers on Monday, January 7 was prevented, but its...
The progressive icon will not get a human rights award because of her pro-Palestinian views.
The country's first Hindu and Samoan American congress-member will run for President.
New year means new laws.
The South American country is on track to provide healthcare for all.
Critical elections will be held April 2019 or sooner in the Jewish majority state.
President signed the law that will take effect on New Year's Day 2019.
The Massachusetts senator wants to take on big pharma.
Country's constitutional commission, led by former president Raul Castro, removed it.
France is taking on big tech.
The Mexican director's latest reflects the modern state of the human experience.
The Golden State wants their buses more greener on the roads.
Ghana's oldest public university is taking down an icon due to his own racism against Black Africans.
While TV still dominants, digital media continues to grow rapidly and print and radio decline.
The Western European microstate is combating environmental pollution and income inequality through covering basic services.
The future remains female in Europe's most powerful country.
The Temple University professor is under fire from Temple for a U.N. speech critical of Israel.
The right-wing to far-right party in the Iberian country is making gains.
Margaret Atwood is bringing her dystopia back on the shelves.
Retrieving the dead body of a young American Christian missionary could disrupt an isolated people.
Progressives in the East Asian island country are losing grip on power.
Progressives express and support a bold agenda in Congress.
The British animation studios that made "Wallace and Gromit" will become an employee-owned company.
The former West Virginia state senator is planning to run in a potentially contentious primary.
From Florida to Michigan, voting rights expansions and electoral reform are making gains.