Stories about North America from November, 2013
What is the reason behind the resignation of Gary Locke, the American ambassador to China? Chinese netizens are wondering.
South Koreans living in the United States held a candlelight vigil in Times Square, New York, denouncing the state spy agency's interference with the latest presidential election. @Metempirics posted photos and a video clip of the protest.
When "making progress" during nuclear negotiations still means no deal, Iranians on Twitter share jokes about the comical side of things.
We talk to activists and experts about the movement for immigration reform which could affect an estimated 11 million undocumented people living in the United States.
The blog Repeating Islands republished two letters to the editor of the New York Times that paint two very different pictures on the situation regarding the recent decision of the Constitutional Tribunal of the Dominican Republic to strip citizenship from all descendants of immigrants who entered the country extralegally, retroactive...
Andrew Chubb from South Sea Conversation highlighted a “leaked” documentary video produced for China's People Liberation Army on U.S foreign politics and its role in the disintegration of former USSR and its threat to the one party regime of China.
The best way to address antagonistic sentiment is a sense of humor and good knowledge of the subject of hatred.
Bosnian-born Anesa Kajtazovic was the youngest woman ever elected to the Iowa House of Representatives. Now at the age of 27, she is running for Congress.