China on Friday congratulated Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, saying China will respect the choice of the American people…one week after the US media projected the former United States Vice President as the winner of the presidential election.
Our special show leading up to the 2020 U.S. election took an in-depth look at American domestic and foreign policy. In the first half of the show, Mike Walter discussed key domestic issues such as the pandemic, the economy and racial justice with:
In the home stretch.
United States President Donald Trump and Democratic Presidential candidate Joe Biden hit key swing states in the campaign’s final week. Will it be four more years of Trump or a new Biden administration?
New and alarming questions over last year’s Bolivian election that led to the fall of former President Evo Morales. A recent investigation suggests flaws in the audit that accused Morales of rigging the vote. Was he the victim of a coup?
Remembering an American icon. United States Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has passed away at the age of 87. We take a look back at her life, legacy and the political fallout from her death.
Wall Street has proven resilient in the face of a pandemic, while ‘Main Street’ has suffered considerably, with businesses closing and people losing jobs. We will take a look at this disconnect in the U.S. economy.
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