Here are some of the faces from Standing Rock, in their own words.
Norbert Hofer of the Freedom Party has a shot to win the presidency and become Austria’s first right-wing head of state since the end of World War II.
Yascha Mounk, a lecturer in government at Harvard and author of Stranger in My Own Country, says liberal democracies around the world may be at serious risk of decline.
The United States Senate is due to consider the “Anti-Semitism Awareness Act,” a bill that, rather than fight anti-Semitism as it purports to do, will enable a crackdown against activism for Palestinian human rights on college campuses.
Snow is slowing covering the encampment at Standing Rock, and despite an “emergency evacuation order” issued this week by North Dakota Gov. Jack Dalrymple, the Dakota Access Pipeline protesters aren’t leaving.
Scores of demonstrators were arrested on Tuesday as U.S. fast-food and airport workers led nationwide protests for higher pay and union rights in their first major action since Donald Trump was elected president.
The real reason TPP died is this: an unprecedented, international uprising of people from across the political spectrum took on some of the most powerful institutions in the world, and won.