Ah, the good ol’ USA. What makes this sprawling continent the world’s greatest? Our vast and diverse collection of cities, plus the people that make them go (haha). With that in mind, here is an ordered ranking of America’s 50 largest cities.Read more…
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Pulled from thousands of hours of security footage from more than a hundred cameras, ‘Terror at the Mall’ takes viewers inside Kenya’s Westgate shopping mall as the siege unfolds.
Continue reading The Best Doc About Terrorism Ever Made
Starting at the end of this month, every Walmart worker will have to wear a blue company vest. Employees aren’t happy about the new dress code—but what a good opportunity for Walmart to fulfill its promise of supporting American-made products!Read more…
Continue reading Walmart’s Uniforms: Made in Jordan
Public polling offers us evidence-based insight into the beliefs of the American people. But it cannot offer us explanations. For example, a shocking number of black people seem to have little faith in the police. But why? Read more…
Continue reading Black Americans Distrust the Police For Some Reason
For the first time since the government began tracking this almost 30 years ago, the majority of American adults are single. That’s probably for the best . Read more…
Continue reading For the first time since the government began tracking this almost 30 years ago, the majority of Ame
Thousands of Britons could be inadvertently sharing their digital secrets with anyone that knows where to click, suggests a BBC investigation.
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In the years since The Great Recession of 2008, our nation has, on average, made great strides towards economic recovery. On average. In reality, all of the money has gone to the rich. Read more…
Continue reading Rich Get Richer, Poor Get Poorer
Thousands of lives are put at risk each year by doctors prescribing drugs that patients are known to be allergic to, the medicines watchdog says.
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Local registration centres say in recent days they have received tens of thousands of applications from people wanting to vote.
Continue reading Thousands in late rush to vote
The siege on Iraq’s Mt. Sinjar may have broken. But ISIS has taken hundreds, if not thousands, of Iraq’s ethnic minorities prisoner. They’re begging for help before it’s too late.
Continue reading Trapped in an ISIS Prison
Ten Israelis are living quarantined in a house near Jerusalem, almost entirely oblivious to the war raging around them. These are the contestants on this season’s ‘Big Brother.’
Continue reading ‘Big Brother Israel’ in the Dark on Gaza
For over a decade, pork industry leaders held secret meetings to raise the price of sausage—but then someone squealed.
Continue reading Germany’s Sausage Cartel is the Wurst
The Texas governor’s refusal to shake hands with Obama is a prime indicator of his idiocy—and why he’ll never be president. But the border kids crisis still might be Obama’s Katrina.
Continue reading The Incredible Awfulness of Rick Perry
Casting ballots online by the hundreds of thousands, and taking to the streets en masse, Hongkongers are fighting to hang on to their rights. But Beijing asks “do they love their country?”
Continue reading Hong Kong Rocks for the Right to Vote
The advance of ISIS has ended over a thousand years of Christian worship in Mosul—the latest chapter in the long decline of Christianity in the Middle East.
Continue reading Church Bells Fall Silent in Mosul
Love letter to Team USA as they face Germany in Thursday’s World Cup match
Continue reading Viral Vid: Go, Team USA, GO!