Brexit -- how will central banks respond? Policymakers' existing struggle with low productivity and high debt has become more complicated -"Financial Times This article provides us with a useful survey of what central banks are going to be doing
Trump slams globalization, promises to upend economic status quo … Donald Trump on Tuesday trashed U.S. trade policies that he said have encouraged globalization and wiped out American manufacturing jobs in a speech in which he promised to herald a
(NaturalNews) The vaccine pushers in traditional medicine circles and Big Pharma have often gone out of their way to shield from consumers the dangers associated with vaccines, as Natural News readers are well aware of.
that not vaccinating endangers their child's health. (NaturalNews) In the latest bullying tactic against parents who refuse to expose their children to the dangers of vaccines, the American Academy of Pediatrics has produced a new "vaccine refusal f
NASA is hiring farmers who can bring their farming practices to Mars. Teachers, technicians, and surveyors are also sought.
Last week's UK vote to leave the EU may have come as a shock to many, but the sentiment that led British voters to reject rule from Brussels is nothing unique.
Juno will zoom in on Jupiter on July 4th
This voting machine predicts who will really win any election and how the voting process really works.
ISIS, Kurds, someone else? Who attacked the Ataturk Airport in Istanbul yesterday...and who benefits?
The terrorist attack on Ataturk Airport in Istanbul Tuesday immediately drew a crass barb from Donald Trump implying that it supported his notion of banning Muslims from the US. Trump probably doesn't know that the Turks are mostly Muslim, so he i
In 2012 Jeff Bezos scooped up warehouse automation firm Kiva. Everyone else is still trying to catch up.
Rationally speaking, it would be bad for people and bad for science
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At least 36 people have been killed in an attack on the main airport in Istanbul, a senior Turkish official has told the Associated Press.
Wealthy heir to Bloomingdale's chain sneers at populist voters who cherish "values and tradition"
I have been informed that in recent months numerous emergency food companies have been contacted by the government, and they have been told that their inventories could potentially be seized in the event of a significant emergency.
EU-style "North American Union" would kill U.S. national sovereignty
Republican Party official in Iowa admits that Donald Trump doesn't act much like a Christian, but she's willing to overlook those concerns because he shares her bigoted view of Latino immigrants.
The top five blockchain crowdsales bore out of the Bitcoin 2.0 movement have raised more than a quarter-of-a-billion dollars in "initial coin offerings," "token sales" and the like.
In honor of Libt Pres Candidate, Marc Allan Feldman, and his epic closing statement at the LNC this past May, Ernest Hancock had these bumper stickers made. Now that Feldman has passed away, many have asked how to get these bumper stickers - while su
With populism running wild in Europe and in the United States – the Brexit and American presidential candidate Donald Trump questioning U.S. alliances being just two obvious examples – suddenly people are asking the big questions about the future
Lawyers working with Edward Snowden, the National Security Agency whistleblower who received sanctuary in Russia after fleeing the US, have vowed to step up pressure on Barack Obama's administration for a presidential pardon.
The mother of a victim of the Benghazi terrorist attack bristled at Hillary Clinton's notion today that it's "time to move on."
For all the expectation of an imminent central bank intervention over the past two days, something which according to Bloomberg was the main catalyst for the stock surge since Monday, so far the world's money printers have been dead silent: not only
Another day, another report of a US encounter with Russia - it is certainly becoming a routine event. In a statement made on Tuesday, the USS Gravely approached the Yaroslav Mudry, a Russian frigate, on June 17, passing at a distance of 55 meters (18
In an effort to destroy cancer cells without harming surrounding tissue, using beams of light to activate chemicals or particles in tumors has shown much promise.
We hear a lot about patriotism, especially around the Fourth of July. But in 2016 we're hearing about two very different types of patriotism.
Getting inside the human body to have a look around is always going to be invasive, but that doesn't mean more can't be done to make things a little more comfortable. With this goal in mind, German researchers have developed a complex lens system no
Ernest broadcasts the show LIVE again from Evergreen Cannabis with owner Jacob Lamont. Ernest & Jacob visited a grower's association meeting and inside grower
California residents will get to vote on the legalization of recreational cannabis this November after campaigners gathered more than 600,000 signatures to put it on the ballot.
This piece first appeared at TomDispatch. Read Tom Engelhardt's introduction here. General David Rodriguez might be a modern military celebrity--if he hadn't spent his career ducking the spotlight.
It just broke my heart because everyone in this cemetery fought under that banner and every fiber of that flag is their blood, sweat, and tears."
Experts say new junk collector could be used as anti-satellite weapon Craft could be used to attack satellites, according to some researchers
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Governments are Engaged in an AI Arms Race That Could Destroy Humanity
Oregon voters soundly rejected a recall measure aimed at punishing a county official who stood up to Ammon Bundy and the armed militants who took over a national wildlife preserve in their community.
Religion of Peace Strikes Again
Representatives' websites remain down following attack
Here's an unavoidable fact: we are now in a Brexit world. We are seeing the first signs of a major fragmentation of this planet that, until recently, the cognoscenti were convinced was globalizing rapidly and headed for unifications of all sorts.
Barry Gibb of the Bee Gees is back!
It's been a tough year for Canadian media. Already in 2016 we've seen several newspaper closures, including The Nanaimo Daily News, The Guelph Mercury Star, and The Northeast News, not to mention plenty of layoffs.
A researcher has obtained a copy of Thomson Reuters' "World-Check" confidential intelligence database, which is used by governments, intelligence agencies, banks, law firms and more to scope out risks including suspected terrorists.
This simple invention is aiding women and children by alleviating the burden of carrying water home everyday.
The memorandum by 51 State Department officials calling for US military intervention in Syria last week has been treated in news media coverage as a case of dissent from existing Syria policy by individual officials involved in Syria policy.
Starship -- the company behind the adorable, six-wheeled delivery robot we met this year at Mobile World Congress -- has received approval from the Washington, DC Department of Transportation to start testing a delivery program as early as this Sep
There's been a bit of a renaissance in designs for personal flying craft over the last few years, with everything from conceptual electric fan passenger craft designed for quiet commuting, to real jetpacks flying around landmarks and jet-powered hove
Switzerland is testing self-driving electric buses on public roads in the historical district of Sion, the largest city of the Canton of Valais. Passengers can use the buses free of charge.