Donald Trump prematurely declared victory in the U.S. election early Wednesday morning. He also says he wants to go to the Supreme Court to halt the counting of ballots. By doing so, he is threatening to turn the vote into a farce.
The third of November is the day of the general election in the United States to decide whether President Trump will secure his second term or concede his seat to former Vice-President Joe Biden.
It’s news that may unsettle fans of Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘The Birds,’ but scientists have proven that crows possess a form of consciousness and are smarter than they’ve been given credit for. Corvids, or the crow and raven family of birds, are consciously aware of their environments and the short-term passage of time, which in turn,…
The German government feels it has been left in the lurch by most of its EU partners on asylum policy. Even refugee hardliner Horst Seehofer, Germany’s interior minister, has some choice words for Austria.
The Associated Press has caved in to an avalanche of criticism, deleting a tweet that drew accusations of inciting hatred against French people by seemingly blaming France for the wave of Islamist terror attacks it has suffered. “AP Explains: Why does France incite anger in the Muslim world? Its brutal colonial past, staunch secular policies…
The authorities believe that the suspects are operating out of Nairobi, even though they apparently use “internationally-registered” phone numbers.
In an interview, Carmen Reinhart, the World Bank’s chief economist, discusses why she considers rapid economic recovery to be an illusion and how the right debt-spending policies can help in the fight against growing poverty.