Was $25 million in American tax dollars allocated for a payoff to stir up religious turmoil and violence in Ukraine?
The head of the British government finally got the approval of the Brexit plan from the members of the Cabinet, deciding the intrigue of the past six months.
The murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi at the consulate in Istanbul has launched a political process, undermining the authority of the current government of Saudi Arabia.
The Old World is awaiting official statements about allegedly averted attempts at an attempt on the life of French President Macron, Spanish Prime Minister Sanchez and the uncovered conspiracy of the German military
We hear a lot of sneers directed at the rich. Like “the 1 per cent,” “greedy” or “fat cats.” Today, I’ll ask: To what extent do the rich deserve these insults? Then, I’ll look at poverty, and ask: Why are so many people poor?