California Governor Jerry Brown, who decries a widening gulf between rich and poor, is campaigning for a fourth and final term presiding over a state that’s outpacing the U.S. in producing both millionaires and food-stamp recipients.
Abdul Qayum Karzai vowed to sign a security pact with the U.S. if he wins an Afghan presidential election in April, diverging from his younger brother’s stance in an effort to repair ties with the Obama administration.
There was a time when it was a good thing for a politician to bring home the bacon, or in the case of U.S. Senator Thad Cochran of Mississippi, the shrimp. In today’s divided Republican Party, it can get you in hot water.
Publicly traded companies in Ontario will have to disclose how many women they have on their boards in a push to boost the ranks of female executives under proposals from the province’s securities regulator.