Yes, you can get your Zen on while getting miles in. Here are nine tips for making your next run extra-serene. I’m running down Kelly Drive in Philadelphia on an unseasonably warm fall day, my purple softly
It’s astounding just how unequally wealth is distributed around the world. in 2015, according to calculations by Oxfam, just 62 people had the same amount of wealth as the poorer half of humanity – 3.6
BERLIN (Reuters) - Europe’s refugee crisis is revealing the changing soul of Germany. Migrants arrive at main railway station in Munich, Germany September 13, 2015. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle Back in 2010,
A host of national parliaments are set to vote on Greece's new rescue deal before August 20. Here's our guide to who is doing what, and when Estonia The Baltic nation has called an extraordinary session
JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - South African police officers fired rubber bullets at parents protesting outside a primary school on the outskirts of Johannesburg on Tuesday, wounding at least six people, local
It must be clearly stated again that ISIS (or Daesh as many of us Muslims like to call it) has bastardized Islam beyond recognition. Justifying rape as a form of worship, as reported in the New York Times'
Conservative MP Johnny Mercer has joined military doctors and soldiers in calling on the British Army to stop handing out cheap anti-malaria drug Lariam, which they claim causes psychological disorders.
Algerian refugee Faycal Daoud, who last year tried to burn himself alive in protest outside Belfast City Hall, says he was “frustrated” because asylum aid organizations did “nothing” to help him. In May
World Seven decades after the U.S. dropped two atomic bombs on Japan, a 99-year-old veteran refuses to give up his life’s mission — to ensure nuclear warfare never happens again. The city of Hiroshima
Are you taking Thomas Piketty’s Capital on holiday with you? Do you do sudoku for the promised brain work-out it provides? Have you forced yourself to sit through improving documentaries on BBC Four when
The Financial Times' Peter Spiegel got his hands on documents from the institution showing that they won't sign off on the deal since there's no explicit agreement to deal with Greece's debt. Here's the
On November 13, 1594, Michael the Brave summoned his subjects in the client state of Wallachia to rise up against the Ottoman Empire. As part of a series of land wars between the Ottoman Empire and various
MPs have amended the European Union Referendum Bill to appoint an independent “impartiality adjudicator” to rule on alleged broadcasting bias during the campaign The BBC could be forced by law to be impartial
Seventy-six years after he walked onto West Virginia University’s campus as a freshman, 94-year-old Anthony Brutto walked off it on Sunday with a diploma. “It feels great. It’s one of the best things ever
The seasons appear to influence when certain genes are active, with those associated with inflammation being more active in the winter, according to new research released Tuesday. A study involving more
The image of Sudan the rhino, surrounded by the armed guards who protect him from poachers, shows how little humans have learned since the ice age What is it like to look at the very last of something?
News A Seattle entrepreneur on Monday delivered a startling message to his employees — he is raising the minimum pay for all of his employees to $70,000, while reducing his own pay to the same amount about
A currency war is a battle, but it's primarily economic. It's about economic policy. The basic idea is that countries want to cheapen their currency. Now, they say they want to cheapen their currency promote
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BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Britain should spend more helping its own poor than on defending the Falkland Islands, Argentine President Cristina Fernandez said on Thursday, responding to a recently-announced
A picture of a little girl appearing to assume a photojournalist's camera was a weapon and surrendering has gone viral, first in Turkey and again recently in the U.S. after being tweeted by Gaza-based
Sunday marks the start of the fifth year of the civil war in Syria, which has devastated the lives of some 14 million children, according to UNICEF. A country that was once the envy of the region for stellar