The political rival of the president-elect had threatened to expel the WikiLeaks founder from Ecuador's embassy in London.
“If the empire teaches domination of the world from its military schools, we will learn from this school to free ourselves from imperial oppression,” President Evo Morales said at the center's inauguration.
Pope Francis “has given the most powerful name to the predicament of modern society," Sanders said Friday at a Pontifical Academy of Social Sciences conference: "the globalization of indifference.”
It strikes me as remarkable that the theme of electronic surveillance in "Spectre," the latest entry in the Daniel Craig reboot of the James Bond film franchise, is seemingly being ignored by reviewers.
Bolivian President Evo Morales declared his re-election victory Sunday a triumph for socialist reforms that have reduced poverty. He will begin a third term with roughy 60 percent of the votes cast.
The South American country hasn't had diplomatic ties with Israel since 2009, and announced Wednesday that Israeli citizens would need to obtain permission before crossing its borders.
The best-selling author whose "Capital in the Twenty-First Century" has been shaking up the world says Karl Marx did not influence his research, but his statement may be tongue in cheek; the true Crimean referendum results were accidentally revealed, showing only 15 percent of voters backed annexation; meanwhile, the mayor of Seattle has proposed a plan to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour. These discoveries and more after the jump.
The deceiving viral video that helped America justify fighting proxy wars in Africa has left its mark; Obamacare critics rant against Canadian style health care, but there are key differences between our system and that of our neighbor to the north; meanwhile, France is belatedly outraged about the NSA leaks. These discoveries and more after the jump.
After spending almost two weeks in the no man's land transit area of Moscow's international airport, whistle-blower Edward Snowden may finally have a destination.
As neighboring Argentina brings its oil supply under state control, Bolivian President Evo Morales announced last week that his government has placed the country's electricity sector under public ownership by seizing the main power grid from a Spanish company.