The longtime senator bemoans global disasters
Paul Wells reports from the Halifax Security Forum, where top defence and foreign-policy experts debated solutions to global conflicts
America is trying to come to terms with its secret use of torture. If only the CIA wasn’t getting in the way.
As Obama falters, Republicans are too busy squabbling with one other to notice they’re missing opportunities
Guess who wants to implement cap-and-trade?
At moments, she teared up, lost her cool, and was severely dressed down by Rand Paul
In the United States, the carbon tax discussion continues.
From the National Journal.
Over the next two years, the president will have one more chance to push carbon-pricing legislation through
Have you been afraid to ask? Here’s what you need to know
In 2007, economist Greg Mankiw wrote an op-ed for the New York Times to argue for a carbon tax. Mr. Mankiw is now an economic advisor to Mitt Romney. Mr.
No Labels, a bipartisan organization pursuing democratic reform in the United States, revives the idea of introducing Question Period into the congressional system.
We should take a cue from the
Just how ugly is the 2012 campaign going to get?
Nate Silver measures the impact of campaign advertising.
Campaign ads matter more when a candidate can outspend the opponent. This simple fact sometimes gets lost because people fixate on the
Dick Cheney does not appreciate the tone adopted by the likes of Don Davies.
“Now we have a lot of people running around using language like ‘torture.’ I heard one
A new bio digs up some dirt—but much of the book is about the author himself, says
Plus, revelations from Pickton’s survivors, tales of Palin from the campaign trail, a beguiling twentysomething memoir and histories of malaria and the common cold
Once upon a time, George W. Bush was looking for a bipartisan consensus
When you ask the twentysomething crowd where they get their news, few will mention the daily newspaper or the mainstream nightly news anchors. Most get their information from a laptop