Jeff Bezos endorsed higher corporate tax rates. But it won't cost him much
A year ago, Joe Biden, then the presumptive Democratic nominee for president, was picking a fight with Amazon over how little it paid Uncle Sam. Now Biden is president, and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is on a lonely island supporting the White House's plan -- to raise corporate taxes.
Canada's third wave on track to become its worst yet as hospitalizations spike
Canada's third wave of the pandemic is now more serious than the previous two, as hospitalizations and critical care admissions spike and the vaccine rollout is unlikely to change things over the next few weeks.
What's behind the recent violence in Northern Ireland?
For over a week, riots have marred the streets across five cities and towns in Northern Ireland. Cars and a bus have been hijacked and burned, young people have thrown petrol bombs at police, and at least 74 officers have been injured.
Myanmar military denies responsibility for child deaths and says elections could be pushed back
"This is not a coup," said Maj. Gen. Zaw Min Tun from a gilded hall in Myanmar's purpose-built capital Naypyidaw, the city where his comrades recently ousted an elected government, detained the country's leadership, and installed a military junta.
Opinion: Why teaching the horrors of the Holocaust is vital
Thursday is Yom HaShoah or Holocaust Remembrance Day -- a time when our country joins others around the world to commemorate and to mourn the 6 million Jews who were murdered in the Holocaust. Yet even as we seek to remember, the truth is that too many people across the United States don't know about or understand the horrors -- and the lasting legacies -- of genocides like the Holocaust.