From the cheerful hues of the 1950s to the softer, earthier shades that were popular in the 1960s, your own take on... We take a look back at Salone del Mobile's 2014 special exhibition—Where Architects
Qatar turned into one of the Middle East's rising countries through a smart and patient "soft power" strategy. The kingdom spread its influence through global investments in real estate and news media,
The financial carnage at the start of the year was the worst of its kind for many markets. It saw the US's S&P 500 fall 6%, which was the worst first five trading days in history. Chinese stocks plunged
Joan Downing "allowed her husband to suffer on the floor for seven days" after he fell over in their home An elderly woman left her husband, who suffered from Parkinson’s disease, to die on the floor their
But the desert kingdom reportedly is working on a strategy to rework its economy in part through spending reforms and privatizing state-owned industries in an effort to weather what it sees as a temporary
(CNN) — They look like scenes from a Hollywood movie. Swiftly moving panoramic shots of mountains and fields dissolve to a circle of smiling, gun-wielding soldiers enjoying camaraderie. A young man speaking
America, higher rates are here. The Federal Reserve raised its key interest rate by 0.25% Wednesday. It was the first rate hike in nearly a decade. Millions of Americans will be affected as U.S. rates
Investment trust bargain: JP Morgan Japan Smaller Companies is well placed to cash in on 'Abenomics' reforms Japan has bucked the trend among most major global stocks markets and posted healthy gains year.
If, as expected, the Federal Reserve raises US borrowing costs this week, the reverberations will be felt not just in America, but the global economy too Wall Street watchers are calling it the most seminal
On November 26, a Japanese spacecraft captured this image of the Earth and the moon from 1.9 million miles away, just drifting through the inky black void of space: When you think about the scale of the
Where the wild things were Dinosaurs ruled the world for over 180 million years, spreading across the oceans and continents. After all that time, it stands to reason that they left a few things behind.
Etna sits on the east coast of Sicily, Italy, and is one of the most active volcanoes in the world. On Wednesday 2 December its Voragine crater, one of five craters at the volcano's summit, began erupting.
Red Car with Five Flowering Trees Klaus Leidorf takes aerial photography to “scary” new heights. Ask him how he gets his stunning shots and he’ll tell you that he’s a pilot of a Cessna 172 and that he
It may seem to you that you haven't added a lot of apps to your device, yet your storage space is quickly dwindling. Part of the reason may be not just the app itself taking up space but also the files
As you wade through the sheer amount of artwork on view during Miami Art Week, there’s something both compelling and divisive about the pieces incorporating words. They grab ahold of your eyes from far
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain’s banks are likely to be told by the Bank of England (BoE) on Tuesday to put aside more money in case the country’s economic recovery runs out of steam in future, as the central
This past summer, Chicago-based travel photographer Ken Koskela spent 17 days in China, where he captured a stunning mix of environmental portraits and awe-inspiring landscapes that highlight the rich
We all knew this day was coming. After months of enjoying increasingly detailed images of Pluto, we've finally reached the peak: The most detailed images acquired by New Horizons during its July flyby
Fed chief Janet Yellen cites reasons to raise key interest rate, downplays risks - Los Angeles Times
— One by one, lawmakers bombarded Federal ReserveChairwomanJanet L. Yellenwith reasons to hold off on raising a key interest rate for the first time in nearly a decade: slow wage growth, the strong dollar,