After almost two decades of political feud, Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad and his former protégé-turned-rival Anwar Ibrahim on Oct. 8 appeared in public to show support for each other.
Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation onto the Supreme Court has enraged Democrats with USA Today reporting the decision has inflamed cultural and political climates among Americans.
A Brooklyn College professor, Mitchell Langbert, has sparked outrage for reportedly blowing off high school sexual misconduct in a blog post he wrote about the Kavanaugh hearings on Sept. 27.
President Donald Trump said he and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un “fell in love” because of Kim’s “beautiful letters.”
The leading candidate in Brazil’s presidential election, Jair Bolsonaro, is in a serious but stable condition after being stabbed at a campaign rally Sept. 6.
After what has been described as an in-party “insurgency,” Scott Morrison replaced Malcolm Turnbull as Australia’s prime minister on Aug. 24.
On Thursday, July 26, the U.S. Senate unanimously passed a bill cutting tariffs on imported goods.
A CNN correspondent said she was banned from attending an open press event at the White House because of questions she asked President Trump earlier in the day.
On July 24, the Trump administration announced it will offer $12 billion in aid to farmers hindered by retaliatory tariffs.
Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said on July 23, Trump wants to revoke security clearances from former top officials who have criticized the president and his policies.