Pundits and politicians have transformed the 41st president into a paragon of virtue. All it took was a willful ignorance of history.
The U.S.' 41st president died late Friday night at his Houston home, according to a statement released by his son, former President George W. Bush.
The use of tear gas constitutes an escalation of the administration's war on migrants and a chilling indicator of its plans for the region.
Playing on fears and stoking divisiveness is the president's go-to strategy, even as tensions build on a national and international level as a result of his rhetoric and direction.
Russian officials rebuke Donald Trump's announcement that the U.S. will abandon the 1987 agreement brokered by Mikhail Gorbachev and Ronald Reagan.
Director of Public Citizen's Global Trade Lori Wallach analyzes the history of the pact and the potential benefits of the latest deal.
Since 2008, a staggering $30 trillion has gone to the richest 10 percent. Meanwhile, the bottom half have seen their net worth crater.
The fierce enemy President Ronald Reagan once praised as a freedom fighter had been paralyzed for the past 10 years.
In one of the most prosperous societies ever to exist on earth, nearly half the population struggles to make ends meet.