Public Opinion

The Latest: Indonesia leader calls for unity after election

Apr 17, 2019

Both candidates in Indonesia's presidential election have addressed supporters after preliminary results showed President Joko Widodo leading his rival Prabowo Subianto by about 10 points

AP-NORC Poll: Most believe schools have become less safe

Apr 16, 2019

A new poll says that despite active-shooter drills and bolted doors, only about a third of U.S. parents are extremely or very confident that their children are safe in school

New York City mayor tests chilly waters for presidential run

Apr 14, 2019

New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio is not standing out in the packed field of potential Democratic candidates for president.

Analysis: WikiLeaks founder unlikely to be extradited soon

Apr 11, 2019

The battle between WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange and the American government was always going to be epic, involving concepts like free speech, journalists' rights, national interests, even treason

Japan Catholic Church to begin investigating sex abuse cases

Apr 11, 2019

The Catholic Church in Japan is preparing to investigate allegations of sexual abuse against minors by its priests

Center-left party powerbroker favored as next Australian PM

Apr 11, 2019

Bill Shorten, who's tipped in polls to become Australia's next prime minister, is a powerbroker who has strong support in his center-left Labor Party

'Accidental Prime Minister' has short run-up to Aussie vote

Apr 11, 2019

With just months at the helm, Australia's 'accidental' PM Scott Morrison has used all the time he had available to try to repair his party's position and define his leadership before facing voters

Poll: Most Americans say Trump makes race relations worse

Apr 9, 2019

A new Pew Research Center survey finds 56% of Americans say President Donald Trump is making race relations worse in the United States

Brazil's Bolsonaro has a few wins, some missteps in 100 days

Apr 9, 2019

Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro's first 100 days in office have been marked by infighting in his administration, insults to adversaries and allies, praise for the country's 1964-1985 dictatorship and a scarcity of bills passed through Congress

After 2016 loss, Democrats know they need white male voters

Apr 7, 2019

Some Democrats thought they didn't need white male voters in 2016, but the party knows it needs them in 2020

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