The prospect of Republicans retaining control of the U.S. Senate are looking better, according to polls of races in Texas, Florida and Arizona by CBS News conducted by YouGov and published Sunday.
In 1993, a land speculator arrived in this remote South Korean village of rice, bean and ginseng farmers, and liked what he saw.
Tayyip Erdogan and his ruling AK Party took a comfortable lead in Turkey's presidential and parliamentary elections on Sunday, according to preliminary partial results, boosting the president's hopes of extending his 15-year rule.
A Western-educated trainee helicopter pilot with a huge Instagram following, Jordan's 23-year-old Crown Prince Hussein bin Abdullah has emerged as the fresh-faced future of the desert kingdom's monarchy.
Saudi women celebrated taking the wheel for the first time in decades Sunday as the kingdom overturned the world's only ban on female motorists, a historic reform expected to usher in a new era of social mobility.
Campaigns to secede from U.S., divide into new states compete for support
Texas may be one of the most conservative states in the nation, but times are changing -- and it looks like Texas politicians are realizing they need to keep up. Continued marijuana prohibition in a country where a majority of state governments have
Bryant McGill has brought inspiration to tens of millions of people. Through his online media hub GoMcGill.com (McGill Media), Bryant publishes inspiring articles, reminders and how-to guides for happier living.
Far from being a peaceful Utopia, the lived reality of socialism is death, destruction, deprivation, and repression.
With all the brouhaha surrounding President Trump for (rightfully) taking aim at Canada's tariffs on US imports (specifically, a 270% tariff on dairy products, plus, varying percentages on other goods), it must be understood that a looming threat
SolarStratos is the new all-electric solar-powered aircraft that by 2020 will try to reach the stratosphere in the world's first piloted stratospheric solar flight.
If you search the internet, you will find many suggestions on how to prepare for the unexpected. Some of this advice is good and some isn't.
… And D.C. hits them right back.
Over the past few months, it seems, North Korea's propaganda has been changing its tune.
Hundreds of relatives will be allowed to meet in late August
Intuitively, we all know there are benefits to cooking at home. You can use healthier ingredients, set portions to a reasonable size, avoid food allergies, and of course you can save money compared to ordering restaurant delivery or using a meal kit
Will the next American officer to preside over Afghanistan bring an end to the war? Don't count on it
Mainstream media is all aglow over the alleged end of the Greek economic crisis. Mainstream media is wrong.
The appeal of social media "influencers" to advertise products may be slipping, as Unilever called for "urgent action" to address the problem of fake followers.
WikiLeaks on Thursday published a database identifying more than 9,000 supposed current and former U.S. Immigration Customs Enforcement employees, saying it is important for "increasing accountability."
Editor's Note: Doug Casey lives in Uruguay… but have you ever wondered why?
Democratic Congressman Eric Swalwell of California wants to ban "assault weapons" (by which he means semi-automatic hunting and target rifles, of course), install a federal gun "buy-back program" for those who own them (think you'd get to n
"Nothing Short Of A Nuclear War Can Stop This"
AI as a service applied to cheap drones means that any law enforcement agency can now have their own fleet of drones to spy on citizens. Of course, they will catch lawbreakers from time to time, but the rights and privacy of innocent civilians will b
Maxine Waters orders MORE public harassment of Trump aides: 'God is on OUR side!'
It is hardly surprising that the first thing Bayer did after completing their takeover of Monsanto earlier this month was to announce that they were dropping the Monsanto name, merging the two companies' agrichemical divisions under the Bayer Crop
President Donald Trump hosted families who lost loved ones to crimes committed by illegal immigrants. CNN and MSNBC cut their coverage of the White House event shortly after Trump accused the media of 'overlooking' the families.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan sat in stony silence as he listened to the complaints of his citizens.
The North Carolina State Bar, the agency that licenses NC attorneys, has taken the unprecedented step of filing a lawsuit against the nation's leading vaccine rights attorney, Alan Phillips, J.D., to force Phillips to hand over years of his clients
The decision about what is the best form for a specific task is not something to be derived from theory in advance--it's emergent from market competition.
Ernest and Donna Hancock travel to Spokane, WA for the Red Pill Expo. We will be posting pictures and links to what's going on at the conference
The University of Michigan was salty that IBM made a smaller computer than it did, so it made an even smaller computer.
We wait for the world to fall apart.
FBI special agent Peter Strzok is having a very bad June. After being physically escorted out of his FBI office last Friday and losing his security clearance this week, per Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the anti-Trump "lovebird" has been subpoenaed
Joint statement endorses Trump-Kim summit, peace treaty
While US mega-tech stocks support the belief that all is well for many Americans, a glance around the world and the shit is seriously hitting the fan...
Allowing government to arbitrarily determine which substances human beings can put into their own bodies is one of the most idiotic things a society can do. As such, its no surprise Congress is salivating at the prospect of furthering this travesty b
As Turks prepare to head to the polls Sunday in a snap election called by incumbent President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Foreign Policy has published what is essentially a summary blueprint outlining the ways Erdogan could steal the election, noting "Sund
Toxic breast milk. Contaminated umbilical cords. Testicular cancer. Organ failure.
SpaceX is the best-known start-up in aerospace today. But what comes after reusable rockets?
How did we get here? How did the world's greatest democracy and economy become a land of crumbling roads, galloping income inequality, bitter polarization and dysfunctional government?
FBI Inspector General Horowitz's 500-page report into the FBI's handling of the Hillary Clinton "How It's Now OK for a High Government Official to Delete 30,000 e-Mails That Were Under Subpoena As Long As We Figure - She Didn't
Brad Setser and David Rosenberg each discuss the "nuclear" option of China dumping treasuries in a trade war escalation.
Russia - Washington has been hostile toward Moscow for over a century. Rare periods of better relations were short-lived.
Emerging-market debt crises are as predictable as spring rain. They happen every 15–20 years, with a few variations and exceptions.