On December 15, Ubitquity LLC launched a new Blockchain-based notary platform BitNotarize in alpha. The platform will allow people to upload and keep their documents on the BlockChain. The platform can be used along with a traditional notary system,
Pot's not green. The $3.5 billion U.S. cannabis market is emerging as one of the nation's most power-hungry industries, with the 24-hour demands of thousands of indoor growing sites taxing aging electricity grids and unraveling hard-earned gains
The year 2016 may prove a time in which the theoretical underpinnings of the old adage that "the best cure for low prices is low prices" is challenged, according to Morgan Stanley.
Russian officials haven't moved to shut down tax demonstrations by truckers.
Europe, Turkey Close Airspace To Russian Warplanes Flying Anti-ISIS Missions, General Says
The Russian military can "train" in Syria "for a long time without any serious harm to Russia's budget," Russian President Vladimir Putin said in his annual marathon press conference Thursday morning.
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan met with Khaled Meshaal, leader of Palestinian militant group Hamas, on Saturday in Istanbul, Turkish presidential sources said, a day after Israel and Turkey said they were close to patching up five-year political ri
Of all the countries in Europe being overrun with Islamic refugees, Sweden may be the most vulnerable.
Military Touts Victory After 'Intensive Fighting'
IMF chief Christine Lagarde is to stand trial in France for alleged negligence over a €404m ($438m; £294m) payment to a businessman in 2008.
Militants affiliating themselves with the terrorist group ISIS are taking advantage of a power vacuum in Yemen to establish an increasingly strong foothold there as the government focuses on fighting other rebels, experts say.
A long-term study on the effects of chemicals on pregnant women and children has arrived at some worrying conclusions.
At last, an expert just admitted what so many of us were thinking...
food off-grid. Self-sufficiency is a must in the modern age, which is why one California-based company is using shipping containers to create micro-farms.
LAS VEGAS (AP) -- The ownership mystery surrounding the sale of the Las Vegas Review-Journal has captured the attention of the media industry as the newspaper's staff and some politicians demand to know the identity of the new boss.
A Middle Eastern woman was caught surveilling a U.S. port of entry on the Mexican border holding a sketchbook with Arabic writing and drawings of the facility and its security system, federal law enforcement sources tell Judicial Watch.
caused by our unhealthy lifestyles'
"It is an obligation to fight and kill…these enemies of Allah"
US intelligence services have mapped Islamic State's media installations producing terrorist propaganda for the internet, yet none of them have been bombed out for fear of collateral damage and the need for intelligence to monitor the jihadists'
China Southern Airlines Co., Asia's largest carrier by number of passengers, ordered 110 planes worth about $10 billion from Boeing Co., adding more efficient aircraft to its fleet with China set to become the world's largest travel market in the
The era of easy money in the world's major economies isn't close to being over.
Vladimir Putin escalated his confrontation with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan over the downing of a Russian bomber, saying relations are beyond repair while declaring Syria a no-fly zone for Turkish military aircraft.
The lifting of the U.S. ban on oil exports might actually make imports more appealing.
32-year-old suspected of plundering Retrophin to pay debts
Need an Uber? Just send a message. Uber and Facebook said today that US users of Facebook Messenger can now sign up for the car-hailing service and request a ride, all without leaving a conversation or downloading the Uber app.
Several major companies from across both the technology and financial industries--including IBM, Intel, and Cisco as well as the London Stock Exchange Group and big-name banks JP Morgan, Wells Fargo, and State Street--have joined forces to create a
Saudi Arabia reopened its embassy in Baghdad Tuesday, a quarter of a century after relations were broken over Iraq's invasion of Kuwait, a foreign ministry official said.
A priest and some 50 supporters of Poland's ruling conservative Law and Justice (PiS) party on Sunday sought to "exorcise" the leading Polish daily Gazeta Wyborcza in an anti-media protest.
Chancellor Angela Merkel on Sunday brushed off what a Germany magazine said was a request from the United States to provide more military help in the fight against Islamic State.
Probably many if not most libertarians have heard of Galt's Gulch Chile (GGC), the proposed real estate development originating with Jeff Berwick of The Dollar Vigilante.