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Nintendo’s longtime president Satoru Iwata has died

Nintendo’s longtime president Satoru Iwata has died

  The president of Nintendo, Satoru Iwata, has died at the age of 55, according to a press release from the company. “Nintendo Co., Ltd.… Read More ›

VAROUFAKIS: A ‘Grexit’ was always part of Germany’s plan

VAROUFAKIS: A ‘Grexit’ was always part of Germany’s plan

  Former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis is about to drop a bomb on the Greek debt negotiations. Namely, he is about to reveal why… Read More ›

Europe has made Greece a terrible offer, and the Greek government thinks it’s ‘very bad’

Europe has made Greece a terrible offer, and the Greek government thinks it’s ‘very bad’

  Greece isn’t thrilled with the latest offer it’s been presented by the Eurogroup. And, of course, they shouldn’t be: The offer is indeed terrible… Read More ›

New Jersey – Law Firm Must Turn Over Notes From Probe That Cleared Gov. Chris Christie

New Jersey – Law Firm Must Turn Over Notes From Probe That Cleared Gov. Chris Christie

  New Jersey – The law firm that wrote a report clearing Gov. Chris Christie in the George Washington Bridge lane-closing scandal has been ordered… Read More ›

Maryland – Baltimore Prosecutor At NAACP Forum: Hardship Became Inspiration For Reform

Maryland – Baltimore Prosecutor At NAACP Forum: Hardship Became Inspiration For Reform

  Maryland – When Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby decided to run for her current office, she reached out to community activists, politicians and… Read More ›

Washington – $1,000-Per-Pill Drug Overtaken By Pricier Successor For $1,350-Per-Pill

Washington – $1,000-Per-Pill Drug Overtaken By Pricier Successor For $1,350-Per-Pill

  Washington – The $1,000 pill for a liver-wasting viral infection that made headlines last year is no longer the favorite of patients and doctors.… Read More ›

Greek crisis sparks bargains on island villas

Greek crisis sparks bargains on island villas

  Has Greece got a deal for you. Brave investors are hunting for cheap island villas in Greece in the hopes that the crumbling economy… Read More ›

Bastian Schweinsteiger to join Manchester United

Bastian Schweinsteiger to join Manchester United

  German international captain Bastian Schweinsteiger is to leave Bayern Munich to join Manchester United, the Bundesliga champions confirmed Saturday. The 30-year-old Schweinsteiger has spent… Read More ›

Markets waiting out crises in Greece and China

Markets waiting out crises in Greece and China

Investors in Asia remained calm in early trading Monday, even as two crises threatened to sour the start of a new week. Greece and its… Read More ›

Nuclear talks require ‘some more work,’ says Zarif

Nuclear talks require ‘some more work,’ says Zarif

Iranian negotiator rejects reports that deal can be signed Sunday, but says no extension; Rouhani announces ‘settlement of nuclear issue’ is ‘very close’   The… Read More ›

US considering drones in North Africa to monitor Islamic State

US considering drones in North Africa to monitor Islamic State

A North African base near Islamic State strongholds in Libya would help the United States “fill gaps in our understanding of what’s going on” in… Read More ›

China’s government still has options to steer its stock market

China’s government still has options to steer its stock market

Chinese equities are undergoing a sharp correction, and the volatility could last for some time. But we think policymakers have both the tools and the… Read More ›

Everyone freaking out about China’s stock-market crash is missing one thing

Everyone freaking out about China’s stock-market crash is missing one thing

  The Shanghai Composite Index has exhibited tremendous volatility, exploding to all-time highs in June and then crashing in the weeks after. And this big… Read More ›

The CEO of one of the fastest-growing business apps ever used an ingeniously simple analogy to explain why companies succeed

The CEO of one of the fastest-growing business apps ever used an ingeniously simple analogy to explain why companies succeed

  Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield is an intelligent guy. Before building his $2.8 billion startup Slack, which many consider the fastest-growing business app ever, Butterfield… Read More ›

Washington – Poll: White House Contenders Trump, Bush In Virtual Dead Heat

Washington – Poll: White House Contenders Trump, Bush In Virtual Dead Heat

  Washington – Donald Trump, who became the center of attention in the race for the 2016 Republican U.S. presidential nomination with his denunciation of… Read More ›

Cairo, Egypt – Islamic State Says Behind Bombing At Italian Consulate In Cairo

Cairo, Egypt – Islamic State Says Behind Bombing At Italian Consulate In Cairo

  Cairo, Egypt – Islamic State claimed responsibility for a car bomb attack at the Italian consulate in central Cairo on Saturday, in an escalation… Read More ›

Solar Impulse’s round-the-world journey delayed by battery damage

Solar Impulse’s round-the-world journey delayed by battery damage

  Solar Impulse 2’s attempt to fly around the world without a drop of fuel has been delayed by serious battery damage, raising questions over… Read More ›

Confederate flags stolen in Georgia, Delaware

Confederate flags stolen in Georgia, Delaware

  It was a media event when the Confederate battle flag come down Friday in South Carolina, but apparently nobody was watching when flags were… Read More ›

North Korea names new defense minister

North Korea names new defense minister

  Seoul, South Korea – North Korea has named a new defense minister nearly two months after rumors surfaced that the last man to hold the… Read More ›

Iran managed to ‘charm the world,’ says Rouhani

Iran managed to ‘charm the world,’ says Rouhani

Iranian president tells artists nuclear talks ‘showed the world that we are logical’ — even if they fail   Iran “managed to charm the world,”… Read More ›