Canadian PM Trudeau not sorry for snapping at protester who insulted his wife

RICHMOND, BRITISH COLUMBIA (REUTERS) – Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, in an increasingly tight election race, on Tuesday (Sept 14) said he had no regrets over snapping at a protester who insulted his wife, Sophie Gregoire. Trudeau, who has been heckled repeatedly by people opposed to mandatory Covid-19 vaccinations, reacted

Polish president says he would ban LGBT teaching in schools

WARSAW (Reuters) – President Andrzej Duda vowed on Wednesday to ban teaching about LGBT issues in Poland’s schools in an apparent pitch to his conservative base during an increasingly tight race for the June 28 presidential election. Duda is an ally of the ruling right-wing nationalist Law and Justice Party

At a glance: Democratic primary results, state delegate counts

(Reuters) – Former Vice President Joe Biden scored sweeping victories on Tuesday, winning four of the six states holding contests in the race to select the Democratic nominee to take on Republican President Donald Trump in November. Biden and Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont are in a two-way battle for

'Refused/Angry/Republican': How 2020 text campaigns learn from voters' replies

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – When Brian Durst got a text message from the campaign of U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, the restaurant cook in Hawaii sent back a photo of himself wearing a ‘Trump 2020’ cap. Three minutes later, he got a reply from someone named Will from the