By Joseph Hammond A European Union (EU) official wore black and the rumors flew. Was Frederica Mogherini, who is the High Representative of the EU for Foreign Affairs and Security.
By Jackson Adams On the heels of Amazon’s national search to site a new headquarters, Congress is considering legislation that would allow federal agencies, like the Pentagon, the Justice.
By Joseph Hammond In a secretly recorded session, one of Hollywood’s top acting coaches recently told one of her white Jewish students to pretend to be Hispanic to land roles–touching off.
Photo Caption: River markets from Thailand to Cambodia are a common feature of life in South East Asia. (Photo Credit) Harvey Enrile on Unsplash Anti-Communist Film Snubbed At Oscars By.
A massive trucking regulation went into effect last week that could cost the industry up to $2 billion, according to a congressional report, and could put up to 150,000 independent truckers.
NIGHTTIME HOUSE ARREST? Ukrainian court gives Saakashvili an unusual sentence By Christina Pushaw A Ukrainian appeals court handed down an unusual sentence in an unusual case last week. He.
Photo by FotoshopTofs (CC0 Creative Commons) Five Biggest Myths of the Tet Offensive By Joseph Hammond The Tet offensive, whose 50th anniversary will be marked today, is widely regarded as a turning point.
Analysis: Data Shows Large Numbers of Returning ISIS fighters By Lamont Colucci Homegrown terrorists returning from the Middle East will pose a major problem for western democracies, principally taxing their already overstretched.
By Joseph Hammond China maybe the unlikely beneficiary of the Trump administration’s tough rhetoric regarding Mexico and the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). China’s ambassador to Mexico said in.