From Norway to North Korea, governing systems differ around the world. But, as Visual Capitalist's Iman Ghosh asks (and answers below) has the world become more or less free in the past decade?
US -- Though US unilateralism isn't new, it escalated post-9/11 -- notably by Bush/Cheney and Trump by abandoning international treaties, conventions and agreements, inventing one enemy after another to attack unjustifiably, threatening first-strike
arms control -- Throughout his tenure, Trump showed he's a deal-breaker, not maker -- notably by unilaterally abandoning the landmark INF Treaty and JCPOA nuclear deal.
US -- Shortly before her Friday death, she said her "most fervent wish is that I will not be replaced until a new president is installed."
Despite this week's "shock" Trump administration announcement that Qatar-based news network Al Jazeera must now register in the United States as a 'foreign agent'...
The Department of Defense has admitted that directed energy weapons are in use. Defense Secretary Dr. Mark T. Esper said at the Air Force Association's Virtual Air, Space & Cyber Conference that America's air, space, and cyber warriors "will b
A new study by Princeton University's US Crisis Monitor shows that the U.S. experienced 637 riots between May 26 and Sept. 12, and 91% of those riots were linked to the Black Lives Matter movement. In other words, BLM was responsible for 9 out of
US -- Complications from pancreatic cancer took her at age-87. In 1999, she was diagnosed and treated for colon cancer.
--since the start of the pandemic - after complaints elderly residents were suffering because they hadn't seen their loved ones in SIX MONTHS
US -- The economic state of the US is worse than during the depths of the 1930s Great Depression.
Just after Moscow announced Tuesday that Russian force reserve units would be withdrawn from the Lithuanian border, top Russian officials have slammed NATO "flexing its muscle" during the ongoing 'Tobruq Legacy 2020' drills in Lithuania.
US -- the republic was flawed from birth, that today we'd call the founders a Wall Street crowd.
All three sub-indices of the NAHB's Sentiment Index hit record highs in September:
After May's huge rebound from March and April's collapse, which pushed total retail sales to new record highs, August's growth was expected to slow as government handouts fade from memory and jobs don't return as rapidly as everyone expected.
A decade ago, Blackstone Group Inc. became America's largest landlord, purchasing tens of thousands of single-family homes during the foreclosure crisis.
Drones are one of the 21st century's most dangerous weapons, and the U.S. Air Force soon may have a new weapon to defend against them.
Whistleblower nurse reveals pattern of forced hysterectomies in ICE detention centers.
It took seven months of bickering about prisoners, multiple trips from U.S. envoy Zalmay Khalilzad to Doha, Kabul, and Islamabad and a few breakdowns along the way.
In an unexpected move, former Iowa Gov Terry Branstad is stepping down from his position as the US Ambassador to China after more than three years on the job as tensions between Washington and Beijing reach a fever pitch ahead of the November electio