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Researchers say it's partly because of Donald Trump.
It is time for deep introspection and assessment of the ways our waste and pollution deepen suffering abroad.
Trump and jihadi terrorism both ranked sixth on a recent list of the 10 biggest threats to the world's economy.
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Unsurprisingly, the most expensive cities to live in are some of the most beautiful hometowns we could imagine. But be warned
Those of us who live in New York City already have a certain sense of pride about it, and now we have one more thing to be
Rather than being focused on local issues, such as the impact of large-scale mining, the protests have expressed a broad frustration with Peru's political establishment. In this way, they mirror recent protests in Brazil.
Democracy Index 2013: Global Democracy At A Standstill, The Economist Intelligence Unit's Annual Report Shows
While some of the most oppressive parts of the world have made significant gains in democracy in the past year, the overall
Unfortunately, command of languages is not accorded the same importance as acquiring technical skills and the errors journalists
Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez hasn't been heard from since undergoing his fourth operation in Cuba for an unspecified
Congress was able to avoid the "fiscal cliff" -- a sharp fiscal consolidation at the start of 2013, which threatened to push the economy back into recession. Nonetheless, taxes are set to rise on workers (a temporary payroll tax cut was not extended) and high incomes will be taxed more heavily.
How would the NRA, who suggested after the Sandy Hook shooting in Connecticut that we provide armed guards in every school across America, at a cost of nearly $8 billion per year, respond to New Jersey's shooting?