Are Women Standing In The Way Of Their Own Equality?
Meet America's New First Family
As President Donald Trump gears up for the White House, all eyes are on his sons, daughters and many wives. So who is the new first family?
Jan 20, 2017
Russia And Iran: The Anti-U.S. Alliance
Iran and Russia have very little in common, yet are close political allies. Their partnership makes no sense, until you factor in the U.S..
Jan 19, 2017
Inauguration Day Used To Be In March... Here's Why It Changed
Inauguration Day was not always on January 20th. Why did the U.S. choose that date and why is it so far from Election Day?
Jan 18, 2017
Why India Suddenly Banned Its Own Money
And how it's influencing their economy.
Jan 17, 2017
The Fight For An Independent Bavaria
After the success of Brexit, Bavaria, Germany's conservative southern state, wants its independence. But is an independent Bavaria possible?
Jan 15, 2017
2017's Most Powerful Passports
Want to travel the world? You might want to check the strength of your passport first. Which countries have the most powerful passports?
Jan 14, 2017
What Does The World Bank Actually Do?
After World War II, the World Bank was founded to reconstruct Europe and build up the developing world. But has it kept its promises?
Jan 13, 2017
The Least Livable Cities In The World
The Economist recently came out with a survey of the most and least livable cities. So which areas round out the bottom of the list?
Jan 12, 2017
Is The U.S. Economy Better Off After President Obama?
President Obama inherited an economy in free fall after a major global recession. So as he leaves office, what will be his economic legacy?
Jan 11, 2017
Latin America's Right Is Poised To Retake Power
Conservatives have amassed recent victories in Latin America, signaling a shift from left-wing politics. Is the region turning conservative?
Jan 10, 2017