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Norwegian statesman Jan Egeland critiques Trump’s reported vulgar remarks

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Reports of vulgar, offensive outbursts by the president of the United States have real-world consequences. One is the impact on America's reputation overseas and its ability to lead and influence world events — its "soft power." That's the argument from Norwegian statesman Jan Egeland.

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How countries around the world translated Trump

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Countries around the globe struggled to come up with a good translation of Trump's vulgarity.

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Here’s how Trump’s crackdown on ‘chain migration’ will affect migrant families

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Both Republicans and Democrats have expressed a desire to bring DACA recipients into the fold, but with a president who rode into office using anti-immigrant rhetoric, it’s unclear what kind of concessions might be made.

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10 risks facing the world in 2018

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In 2017, Ian Bremmer was most concerned about "America First" policies. Here, he reviews his predictions from last year and tell us what he is most concerned about for 2018.

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Iceland's most trusted politician is a feminist environmentalist who is the 'antiTrump'

Last Updated by Traci Tong on

Iceland's new prime minister is an environmental feminist, anti-war, crime-novel expert who wants to make Iceland carbon-neutral by the year 2040. At 41, she is one of the youngest world leaders today and is the most trusted political leader in her country, in poll after poll.

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Iceland's most trusted politician is a feminist environmentalist who is the 'antiTrump'

Last Updated by Traci Tong on

Iceland's new prime minister is an environmental feminist, anti-war, crime-novel expert who wants to make Iceland carbon-neutral by the year 2040. At 41, she is one of the youngest world leaders today and is the most trusted political leader in her country, in poll after poll.

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Iceland's most trusted politician is a feminist environmentalist who is the 'antiTrump'

Last Updated by Traci Tong on

Iceland's new prime minister is an environmental feminist, anti-war, crime-novel expert who wants to make Iceland carbon-neutral by the year 2040. At 41, she is one of the youngest world leaders today and is the most trusted political leader in her country, in poll after poll.

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How journalists corroborate sexual harassment and assault claims

Last Updated by T.J. Raphael, Alexandra Botti on

Reporting on sexual harassment claims can be difficult. Here's how some journalists are taking that challenge on.

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