Just weeks after a Virginia judge nearly dismissed some of the charges against former Trump campaign executive Paul Manafort, Special Counsel Robert Mueller has filed a superseding indictment of Manafort accusing him of witness tampering. He has also asked a federal judge to consider revoking Manafort’s bail. Prosecutors accused ManafortRead More →

jokers to the left of me, clowns to the right. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DohRa9lsx0Q Well I don’t know Why I came here tonightI got the feeling that Something ain’t rightI’m so scared in case I fall off my chairAnd I’m wondering How I’ll get down the stairsClowns to the left of me JokersRead More →

Bourdain in 2017. Photo credit: Dennis Van Tine/Geisler-Fotopres/picture alliance / Geisler-Fotop/NewscomAnthony Bourdain, host of the food and travel shows Parts Unknown and No Reservations, author of the eminently readable memoir Kitchen Confidential, and friend of this magazine, was found dead of an apparent suicide Friday in a hotel room inRead More →

As teachers in red states work to elect Democrats to office this November, in-fighting in Nevada may threaten the state’s leftward shift. An increasingly tense two-year battle in Nevada between the statewide teachers union and the state’s largest local teachers union has spilled over into the Democratic primary for governor,Read More →

Conferences President of the Central African Republic H.E. Faustin-Archange Touadéra and Executive Director of the Geneva Centre Ambassador Idriss Jazairy GENEVA, Jun 8 2018 (Geneva Centre) – On 7 June, the Executive Director of the Geneva Centre Ambassador Idriss Jazairy was given an audience in Geneva by the President ofRead More →

Students at Santa Clara University in California recently held an anti-socialism event, and one student apparently just couldn’t handle it. “The school’s Turning Point USA chapter hosted the May 31 event to honor the victims of 20th century socialist and communist regimes by displaying 1,000 red flags on campus, each representingRead More →

Climate Change, Environment, Featured, Headlines, Humanitarian Emergencies, Latin America & the Caribbean, TerraViva United Nations | Opinion Deodat Maharaj is UNDP Senior Advisor for the Caribbean A woman walks in the street of Roseau, capital of Dominica, which has struggled to overcome the severe impact of two category 5 hurricanesRead More →