Published: Nov 08, 2020
Joseph Robinette Biden Jr. was elected the nation's 46th president Saturday in a repudiation of President Donald Trump powered by legions of women and minority voters who rejected his handling of the coronavirus pandemic and his divisive, bullying conduct in office.
Published: May 19, 2020
The coronavirus pandemic is likely to bring about many deep, long-lasting changes in U.S. society and the economy. It's difficult to predict what most of those will be. Unfortunately, one likely possibility is that college towns will suffer.
Published: Apr 08, 2020
Sen. Bernie Sanders, the liberal insurgent who rose from relative obscurity to build a movement and become a two-time runner-up for the Democratic presidential nomination, is ending his 2020 campaign, clearing the way for former vice president Joe Biden to be the party's choice to take on President Donald Trump in November.
Published: Jul 09, 2019
Food vendors will be removed from the last nine spots in Bangkok’s Klong Toei district where they have been allowed to operate, as the capital continues a programme to eliminate the street food vending that draws international tourists.
Published: Apr 11, 2019
London - WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's nearly seven-year stay at Ecuador's embassy in London came to an abrupt end on Thursday when police entered the building and arrested him after Ecuador withdrew his asylum.
Published: Aug 30, 2018
Amnesty International joined 80 other NGOs on Thursday in urging Pacific leaders demand the closure of an Australian-funded immigration detention camp on Nauru when they meet in the tiny island nation next week.
Published: May 15, 2018
Stung by public revelations about recruits being mistreated, the Royal Thai Army has instructed its conscript trainers to mete out punishment strictly according to regulation and to prohibit photos and videos during training.