Before Donald Trump was president-elect, Daily Show host Trevor Noah compared him to various African dictators. But the comparison doesn't hold up all that well — well, until you get to the nepotism part.
An Argentine journalist caused an uproar alleging that Donald Trump used a congratulations call from President Mauricio Macri to press the Argentine leader to help advance a Buenos Aires building project.
Barack Obama faced tough questions Saturday about Donald Trump's victory on the last foreign visit of his presidency, to a summit of Pacific leaders that has been upended by the US election and concerns about China's rise.
Leading climate scientist and educator Katharine Hayhoe talks to PRI's The World about the prospects for changing President-elect Trump's mind on climate change, and the prospects for progress even without Trump.
Chip Knappenberger, a scientist with libertarian think tank the Cato Institute, describes how the former New Mexico and former Massachusetts chief executives would approach environment and energy issues if they governed America.
Who we are is less about what we say, than about what we do — who we include and exclude, who we tolerate. Chandran Kukathas, head of government at the London School of Economics, argues in the wake of anti-immigrant sentiments in the United States and Europe, these "free" societies could and should do better about walking the talk.
Joyce Karam, a journalist from Lebanon who works for the pan-Arab newspaper Al-Hayat, worries that for her and other foreign journalists, reporting on the Trump administration will be a "complete nightmare."
Whoever wins the US presidency on Nov. 8 will be tasked with managing America's increasingly tense relationship with Russia. And that means managing the future of a decades-long and complicated nuclear relationship with Russia — and with the world.