By Izzy Hessler
After an exhausting, violent, and divisive election season, Brazil has elected a new president: far-right congressman Jair Bolsonaro. Bolsonaro may have won the election by a large margin, but will his presidency help or harm the world’s fourth-largest democracy?
By Taylor Erzen
President Donald Trump has asked the countries of NATO to increase spending from 2% to 4% for military spending, but members decided to stick to the original timeline.
By Brilee Carey
A suspected chemical weapons attack in Syria followed by a retaliatory airstrike by Israel raises tensions in the region
By Chloe Teboe
A student-led anti-gun violence rally attracted more than 50,000 people to Boston. The event was part of the March for Our Lives movement created by survivors of the Parkland, Florida school shooting.
By Belen Dumont
As the White House communications director prepared to testify before the House Intelligence Committee, President Trump continued to slam the Russia investigation on Twitter.