From the Orlando shooting to Aleppo, and Brexit to Trump: what we should take away from the bad news of 2016
2016 has been a terrible year. Nobody would blame you if you agreed with that statement.
Political leaders across the West piously lined up last week to say the fall of Aleppo as a stain on our collective conscience.
HSBC is accused of destroying the family unit and offending the entire population of Hong Kong… by displaying rainbow-coloured lion statues outside their headquarters.
In the last month, everyone in India – from my grandfather to the tea-seller across the street from his house – has had to queue up at banks.
The release of Before the Flood, a National Geographic documentary starring Leonardo DiCaprio, has once again thrust the issue of climate change firmly into the public eye.
Donald Trump has compared Mexicans to criminals. He was accused of sexually assaulting women, and he has been caught on tape making lewd comments about them.
The launching of the new Air Traffic Control system by the Civil Aviation Department. is an event we should look at as hard as the NPC's interpretation of the Basic Law.
The Youngspiration duo don’t seem to realise that they went too far when they took their oaths the way they did.
On Tuesday, Hong Kong’s High Court disqualified Yau Wai-ching and Sixtus “Baggio” Leung, the two Youngspiration lawmakers, from assuming their positions in the Legislative Council.
As the world comes to terms with the results of the US elections, it has become evident that the progressive left’s efforts to drive social change have not caught on with the uneducated white working class.