President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden faced off in a much more organised, final presidential debate.
Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA) and Vice President Mike Pence went back and forth about the coronavirus pandemic, racism, climate change and more on the vice presidential debate stage.
Irish premier says a Brexit deal by the October 31 deadline is "possible" in breakthrough moment.
It sounds crazy, but a little bot is tearing up an already-polarized internet.
The Jerry Springer show reached the peak of its cultural relevance 20 years ago. So why did Channel 4’s debate follow the same script?
Lately I have been reminiscing about how I used to sit with friends in coffee shops and talk about culture and current affairs
As the final week of the UK election descends into yet more name calling and 'fake news', all under the patronage of free speech, one group of people is actively seeking to stop this muddy and ugly form of debate: parents! All over the world they are undermining our precious notion of free speech by actively opposing it.
Leadership debates should not be optional as they have become something that the electorate both wants and needs in order to make their democratic decision. With the vast percentage of the electorate not being able to watch PMQs each Wednesday, with work and educational commitments inconveniencing viewing ability, a prime-time televised leadership debate is needed and can be expected if the voters are to make an informed decision.
There's been a discussion in the media recently about men who develop depression after the birth of their child. The crux of the debate is whether or not this can be called "postnatal depression".
Next to no changes, acceptances or even considerations have been made in that report. Keep to the status quo, don't change, ignore any concerns and bravery from those who said 'Yes, I'm gay and I love God. So what.'