The bad news is he believes in market-led solutions that have already failed.
That's opening up some scars from 2016.
In this week's CYBER podcast, we sat down with Edward Snowden to talk about his life in Russia, Julian Assange, and press freedom.
The humiliation of John Kerry over a bad sandwich order tells you a lot about how the media covers politics.
Vladimir Putin announces a ceasefire in Syria, actress and singer Debbie Reynolds dies, and more.
Even if the president doesn't believe in science, he can't stop progress altogether—or so attendees of the COP22 conference hope.
Three words: President John Kerry.
Russian involvement in renewed bloodshed in the rebel-held city of Aleppo seems to be behind the shutdown of dialogue.
US officials said Tuesday that airstrikes on a Red Crescent aid convoy that killed about 20 people appear to have been carried out by Russian jets.
Hundreds of people have been shot dead in the street under the mere suspicion of using drugs. And for some reason, the US is sending more money to the government for law enforcement.
The Kremlin's spokesman said Americans were playing "the Russia card." Foreign minister Lavrov was a bit more colorful when asked if Russians had stolen Democratic emails.