Today (September 20) millions of people are walking out of work and school to join demonstrations calling for immediate action to address climate change. The demonstrations taking place in over 100 countries will likely constitute the largest climate strike in history. Their message is simple: reduce the use of fossil fuels now.
Students and adults all around the world came out in droves for the Global Climate Strike launched by Swedish teenager and climate activist Greta Thunberg. More than 4,000 events in 150 countries were scheduled, according to Thunberg.
When Canadians elected Prime Minister Justin Trudeau nearly four years ago, he vowed to bring about the kind of progressive change that had long felt unattainable under his Conservative predecessor, Stephen Harper.
As photographs and videos continue to emerge showing Prime Minister Justin Trudeau dressed in blackface during the 1990s and early 2000s, Canadians want to know just how many times he's appeared in the dark makeup. One constituent even asked him to "round to the nearest five."
Already facing a court case challenging his suspension of parliament and dealing with frequent public confrontations with disgruntled citizens, discontent with Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson has now taken on a new dimension.
WASHINGTON (AP) — After a three-year closure, the Washington Monument is reopening to the public.The 555-foot stone obelisk was closed in September 2016 in order to replace the aging elevator and upgrade security systems. The monument will reopen to the public at noon Thursday, and first lady Melania Trump is expected to attend the ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Fiscal conservatives and Democrats alike are ridiculing Republican congressional members and President Donald Trump after federal spending hit a $3.7 trillion record and the budget deficit climbed to $867 billion so far this fiscal year.