New E.U. sanctions against Crimea go into effect, Liberia holds elections and President Obama hits the Sunday morning talk show circuit.
President Obama disagrees with Sony’s decision to scrap release of “The Interview,” and Ban Ki-moon surveys Ebola-affected West Africa.
Palestine asks the U.N. to vote on a resolution ending the Israeli occupation and the number of non-U.S. airstrikes in Syria plummets.
(TRNS)- On Thursday, a federal judge denied bail for former Alabama Governor Don Siegelman (D) amid an appeal of the 2006 bribery conviction that ultimately landed him behind bars. Earlier this week, TRNS spoke with Adam Zagorin, a Senior Fellow of the Project for Government Oversight (POGO), about Siegelman’s initial prosecution and concerns uncovered by […]
Ban Ki-moon heads to Ebola-affected West Africa, new data on average lifespans and the 100-year anniversary of the World War One “Christmas Truces”
TRNS interviews Patti Miller, the Director of the Clinton Foundation’s “Too Small to Fail” initiative.
The United States and Cuba announce plans to “normalize relations.”
An anniversary of the ‘birth of the Arab Spring,’ the Security Council considers a new Israel-Palestine resolution and Ukraine’s president visits Poland.
The Taliban stages an attack on a Pakistani school, Romania’s Prime Minister gives up PhD amid plagiarism charges and the Russian Ruble continues its slide.