Trevor Noah may be the essential Keep Calm and Carry On guy, and also the ideal U.S. court jester, post-Obama. You don't always get what you want.
On the outskirts of the northern French town of Calais, a massive, makeshift refugee camp called "The Jungle" grows daily, swelling with asylum-seekers fleeing war.
This week, on the day dashboard video was released to the public by court order, Officer Van Dyke was charged with first-degree murder -- 400 days after he killed Black teenager Laquan McDonald.
In the wake of the horrific attacks in Paris on Nov. 13, there has been a crushing backlash in the U.S. against refugees from the wars in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan.
David J. Climenhaga
Even with more diplomatic leaders in Ottawa and Edmonton, the Harper approach has likely made it much more difficult for the social license strategy to succeed.
The crisis of war and the millions fleeing these infernos has reached levels unseen since the Second World War, prompting the UN to issue an "unprecedented joint warning" for states to end wars.
Students at the University of Mississippi in Oxford have been organizing to force the removal from campus of the state flag of Mississippi.
"We are live at the Wynn Resort in Las Vegas!" So opened the first Democratic presidential debate of the 2016 electoral season -- that's right, in a Las Vegas casino.
Grace Lee Boggs died this week at the age of 100. She was not only a grassroots organizer, but a philosopher, a teacher and a revolutionary.
On his U.S. visit, Pope Francis reflected on outspoken proponents of an engaged form of religion. Among them was Dorothy Day, a crusading 20th-century activist.