Bernie Sanders is a longtime US representative and senator from Vermont — and a self-described "democratic socialist." And despite the baggage that label carries in the United States, Sanders is running for president in 2016, hoping to bring his populist views into the party's mainstream.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu usually gets around by motorcade. But, last Saturday, I looked over the balcony of my fourth-floor apartment in Jerusalem and there he was, standing below wearing sneakers and a black shirt. He'd stopped to help an old man take out the trash.
The once frightening and desolate border that separated western Europe from the Communist countries is taking on a new role. The Iron Curtain is now a 5,000-mile network of bicycle paths that go past guard towers, barbed wire fences and other historical landmarks from the Cold War.
The damage between Donald Trump and the Latino community is beyond repair. It’s over. And Latinos have no interest in making amends with him, because once you show your true colors, you can’t walk it back. What does this mean for 2016?
President Barack Obama will deliver his first State of the Union address tonight before Congress. The World's Jason Margolis tells us what the President might say, and what some counter terrorism experts say he should say.
A practice that often goes along with child marriage is female genital mutilation — the tradition of cutting a girl's clitoris before she marries. It's estimated that 125 million women and girls have had that done to them. And advocates say you can’t address child marriage without addressing this practice.
The US is on the verge of a major upgrade to one of the core components of its nuclear triad: The B61 gravity bomb. Decades old, the new bombs would have selective yields and enhanced guidance systems. But does this break a promise President Barack Obama made in 2009?