Oil prices have crashed since the summer. But oil price volatility is not new. Indeed, the price of WTI crude surged by 5% today alone. In a new note to clients, Goldman Sachs analysts offer this cool
More than than three years into Syria's brutal civil war, Syrian Kurds have carved out an entity of their own close to the border with Turkey. Their battle against Islamic State, the jihadist group that
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In a heated email obtained by a British newspaper, Apple executives disputed claims made in a recent undercover BBC documentary that work rules for Chinese iPhone factory workers are still being widely
North Korea dispatched covert commando teams to the United States in the 1990s to attack nuclear power plants and major cities in a conflict, according to a declassified Defense Intelligence Agency report.
President Barack Obama today told a press gathering that he thought despite the damages Sony suffered in the hack attack, the company made the wrong decision in pulling the movie The Interview from release.
Two people hanged days after government lifted moratorium on death penalty in the wake of massacre that left 149 dead. Pakistan has hanged two convicted men in the first executions since 2008, officials
The FBI on Friday formally blamed North Korea for the cyber-attack against Sony Pictures Entertainment, as the hack spurred mounting calls for the U.S. government to pursue a tough response against Kim
Hell on Earth, good will to men. What does the inside of Santa’s Christmas Workshop look like? Like a sequin-covered slaughterhouse. The ornaments you hang on your tree and the stocking you sling near
When police dismantled the last protest site of Hong Kong’s pro-democracy movement earlier this month, demonstrators pledged that they would be back. Now that the city has returned to normal, Umbrella