Despite tightening polling, Democrat Hillary Clinton is still favored to win the U.S. presidency—an already uneasy presidency that is likely to be defined by an even more unstable Syria.
September’s New York bombing increases the risk of Islamophobia and has potential impacts on the presidential race.
The election of Jean Francois Lisée is bringing about a change of tactics for the separatist Parti Quebecois (PQ).
Understanding why Russia is disrupting the U.S. electoral race through cyber attacks is an important step in preventing it.
Immigrants are 15 percent of the U.S. population, but build a quarter of the country’s businesses. A new executive order wants to help them create more.
America’s wealth keeps moving into fewer hands, evidenced by the increasing racial wealth gap. Here’s how this gap might impact the economy.
Despite a new 15% tax on foreign property buyers in Vancouver, Canada will continue to attract Chinese investment, especially in agribusiness and tourism.