On Jan. 27, the Trump administration released a statement on International Holocaust Remembrance Day that curiously omitted any mention of Jews. Some saw this as an oversight. Other, darker groups saw this as a wink and a nod to their own anti-Semitic beliefs.
U.S. President Donald Trump’s first foray into making life-or-death decisions as commander-in-chief ended with one Navy SEAL dead and more than 20 civilians killed, with the main target (an al Qaeda leader) missed. Was it worth it?
From Pyongyang to Budapest, leaders who fancy themselves strongmen have taken a liking to Donald Trump. And they want him to like them back in return.
The high velocity of news these days is making some people pull back. This NYT article has some tips on coping.
An Edmonton Journal piece looks at a few who have made the jump from taking part in the scrum to attempting to herd it, and gets advice from a former MLA.