MELBOURNE (Reuters) – A crisis engulfing Australia’s parliament has widened after a key independent senator became the seventh parliamentarian referred to the High Court to determine if his dual citizenship makes him ineligible to sit in parliament.
SEOUL (Reuters) – In air conditioned bunkers and at military bases across South Korea, it is with keyboards – not tanks – that South Korean and the U.S. forces will launch military exercises on Monday, denounced by North Korea as a rehearsal for war.
PHNOM PENH (Reuters) – No sooner had the 11-story apartment building in Phnom Penh’s affluent Tuol Kouk district been finished than dozens of young Chinese men and women moved in loaded with desks and laptops, said neighbors.
Bannon is no ally of the virulent bottom-feeders that hijacked the demonstration in Charlottesville and turned it into a national scandal and tragedy.
CARACAS/BOGOTA (Reuters) – Venezuela’s new legislative superbody was criticized by South American governments and Washington on Friday after giving itself the power to pass laws, superseding the opposition-led congress while ex-top prosecutor Luisa Ortega fled the country.
In wake of recent terror attacks in Europe, many students, families and colleges are wondering if studying abroad is safe? Most agree it is, and continues to offer ‘insider’s access’ to another culture and its people.
Former NASA astronaut Michael Massimino discusses the upcoming solar eclipse.
A lot of marketers make the mistake of setting and forgetting their campaigns. But doing a self-audit can be quick and easy if you know the questions you have to ask.
HAGERSTOWN, Md./WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump reviewed an array of options for a strategy on Afghanistan with his top national security aides, but made no decision on whether he would commit more troops to America’s longest war.