There are some bad apples in the police officer barrel.
Kim Jong-un's increasingly improbable and outlandish threats make it easy for Americans to laugh at North Korea. But in the attitude fuelling this laughter lies something potentially dangerous.
What started out as a nationwide outcry against high electricity bills turned into a week-long violent protest that ultimately toppled the Bulgarian government.
Mitt Romney's response to recent protests in the Middle East prove hes is not ready to lead, especially in the realm of foreign poilcy.
Britain is suffering from a second recession after the government cut public spending and lowered taxes for the rich. Paul Ryan, are you listening?
India has its own version of the "hunger games" playing out that is turning out to be every bit as dramatic as the movie, as a renowned environmentalist fasts unto death to save the Ganges.
If Europe were a U.S. state, it would be a slam dunk for President Barack Obama.