The changes aren’t overly ambitious and a stand a good chance of being rubber-stamped by parliament.
The ruling National Party thought Brexit had made Scots hungry for independence. They were wrong.
The hope is that the four parties can come to power before the next fiscal year starts in September.
Centrist voters are appalled that the Conservatives would do a deal with the Protestant fundamentalist party.
From falling oil prices to an America in retreat, the foundations of the Saudi monarchy are cracking.
The best way to refute allegations of collusion would be for the president to condemn Russia’s exploits. Yet he won’t.
Jeff Sessions suspects — but doesn’t know — that a softer approach to drugs has led to higher crime.
By refusing talks, the Dutch left gives liberal parties no choice but to negotiate with the Christian right.
It’s not an auspicious start for the new French president, but at least he is rid of a potential troublemaker.
Racial and sexual diversity will no longer stir controversy. Marijuana will be legal. Foreign policy will have to change.
The president must convince the less prosperous half of his country that liberal reform will benefit them too.
The chancellor rules out membership of the European single market, condemning Britain to a “hard” Brexit.