Plan for China’s Xi to stay in power indefinitely sparks criticism – Plan for China's Xi to stay in power indefinitely sparks criticismNBCNews.comThe ruling Communist Party's Central Committee proposed to remove from the constitution the expression that China's president and vice president "shall serve no more than two consecutive terms," the Xinhua News Agency reported Sunday. advertisement …China's Lurch Toward One-Man Rule Under Xi Jinping Should(…)

Rex Tillerson’s Monroe Doctrine invocation was bizarre, Meeting between North and South Korea sparks hope, War between Israel, Syria, and Iran looks imminent, Social media normalizes stalking, Elon Musk proves the benefits of privatized space programs

A roundup of global commentary for the Feb. 26, 2018 weekly magazine. Christian Science Monitor | All Stories

Jordin Sparks: ‘I Would Love to be a Part’ of the ‘American Idol’ Reboot

Ten years after Jordin Sparks won American Idol’s sixth season at the age of 17, the singer is hopeful she’ll get to be part of ABC’s reboot of the talent competition. American Idol Winners “I want to be,” Sparks told Us Weekly exclusively on Thursday, November 30. “I got to do the kick off for the auditions this past summer.(…)

Here’s Everything You Need To Know About Jordin Sparks’ Hot Model BF Dana Isaiah!

Sparks are flying for Jordin Sparks! On Thursday, to celebrate International Kissing Day, the No Air singer took to Instagram to post the (above) pic with her hot boyfriend Dana Isaiah! Related: Jordin Sparks Overdoes It In Stripes If you’re not familiar with the stud, the 25-year-old is a model and fitness enthusiast who has(…)

Kendall Jenner’s Tone-Deaf Pepsi Ad Sparks A Response From Martin Luther King Jr.’s Daughter!

Mic drop! Like the rest of the Internet, Martin Luther King Jr.‘s daughter, Bernice King, is NOT here for Pepsi‘s tone-deaf ad featuring Kendall Jenner! ICYMI, the soda company’s latest marketing ploy seemingly suggests that their product (and a rich white girl, for that matter) can bring about unity between authority and demonstrators, who have(…)

House Republicans’ Vote to Gut Independent Ethics Watchdog Sparks Outcry

(WASHINGTON) — House Republicans on Monday voted to eviscerate the Office of Congressional Ethics, the independent body created in 2008 to investigate allegations of misconduct by lawmakers after several bribery and corruption scandals sent members to prison. The ethics change, which prompted an outcry from Democrats and government watchdog groups, is part of a rules(…)