Several years ago we highlighted the work of Leopold Kohr. Kohr was an Austrian Jew who only narrowly escaped the Holocaust.
US Mideast relationships get stranger every day. The US has come to the defense or has given aid to three rather unlikely groups in the past few weeks.
To hear the conventional wisdom here in Great Britain, you'd think that the campaign for Scottish independence had just suffered a complete and permanent defeat.
Government authorities in the UK have declared that the "Yes" campaign for secession has failed by a margin of approximately 55 percent to 45 percent.
ISIS enjoys support in Turkey, a member of NATO.
He accused McCain of supporting Israel's Mossad intelligence agency as well as participating "together with that service in the creation of the Islamic State, which today controls a considerable and vital portion of Iraq and reportedly one-third
Scottish citizens have voted to stay in the UK, with the 'No' camp securing 55 percent of votes against 45 percent for 'Yes'.
Over 120 people were reportedly killed during fighting in a Middle Eastern capital on Friday, but it wasn't Baghdad or Damascus.
Last night's headlines crowed in bright red flashing text that Russia and Ukraine had (once again) agreed a cease-fire and terms over the borders between the two nations.
Catalonia's government vows to defy Spanish state by holding referendum on independence, expressing regret that Scotland did not set a separatist precedent for the European Union
Thousands of promised American forces will be moving into Africa over the next 30 days to set up facilities and form training teams to help the Africans treat Ebola victims, the Army's top officer said Friday.
A Very Matter-of-Fact Interview About the Russian Tradition of Arresting Billionaires and Taking Their Stuff.
Alex Salmond, Leader of Scottish Independence Push, Resigns Post After Defeat.
Streets in the capital of Sierra Leone were deserted on Friday as the West African state began a contested, three-day lockdown in a bid to halt the worst Ebola outbreak on record.
Researchers from the United Nations and other organizations have predicted that the world's population will continue to increase, and that the number of inhabitants on Earth could reach 12 billion by 2100.
Russia has demanded changes to a landmark political and economic pact between the EU and Ukraine in order to meet Moscow's concerns, according to a letter seen by AFP on Friday.
Another person joins the CEO exodus from yesterday so he too has more time to BTFATH now that BTFD has been made impossible as the market will never D again.
Kremlin-aligned body sensationally claims vote count was fixed to secure 'no' victory
David Cameron and the British media have been freaking out about the potential Scottish independence.
Scotland will vote to stay in the United Kingdom after rejecting independence. With 29 out of the country's 32 council areas having declared after Thursday's vote, the "No" side has 55% of the vote, with the "Yes" campaign on 45%.
I thought I'd create a thread so we can all keep up on how things turn out in Scotland.
The long awaited moment finally arrived after Scots began voting at 7am BST on whether to break away from the U.K. and end the 307-year union, even as latest opinion polls show the campaign against independence maintaining a narrow lead over those fa
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The downing of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 over war-torn eastern Ukraine will be discussed by the U.N. Security Council on Friday after Russia requested a meeting on a Dutch finding that a large number of fragments hit the plane and tore it apart.
How's this for a juxtaposition on how nations respond to a global health catastrophe. Check out these two headlines from yesterday's news:
The news, video and comment as Scotland votes in an independence referendum
A number of questions have been coming in about Scotland. Yes, it has the capacity to become the real Switzerland of Europe where capital would be attracted if they are out of the UK and the EU.
Ahead of Thursday's critical Scottish Independence vote, we thought some context was worthwhile. As The Guardian notes, history shows that when people are asked, they almost always say yes to independence.
Spain said it would use "the full force of the law" to block a planned nonbinding referendum on independence in Catalonia, including a suspension of the regional government's ruling authority if necessary.