Why Negative Interest Rates Will Not Fix the Global Economy
NATO Declares Outer Space an ‘Operational Domain’
How the Third Reich Managed Ham Radio Hobbyists
Nixon Played a Major Diplomatic Role from 1986 to 1991
How Gambling Built Baseball – and Then Almost Destroyed It
Imagine if, after watching the thrilling victory of the Chicago Cubs in Game 7 of the 2016 World Series over the Cleveland Indians – a game in which the Cubs won their first championship in over a century – you learned that the Indians had collaborated with gamblers to intentionally throw the series.
Neoliberalism Has Tricked Us Into Believing a Fairytale About Where Money Comes From
A report published by Amnesty International and Afrewatch in 2016 states that the cobalt used to power cell phones and other electronic devices is mined by child laborers in Africa. It also suggests that the major electronics brands are failing to ensure the source of the cobalt used in their devices.
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After three years and five seasons, The Americans has finally been nominated for the 2016 Emmy’s Best Drama Series. The show depicts the life and operations of two covert Soviet agents in the U.S in