• Donald Trump's former Press Secretary said Oprah doesn't have the "political infrastructure" to win a presidential campaign.• Interviewer Piers Morgan pointed out that Trump had no experience either.•
• We found a pro-EU poster from 1971 in an abandoned tube station in London.• It says, "Do you know how much you would save on buying a villa in the South of France if we join the Common Market?"• Britain
Wastewater injection, a byproduct of fracking, is the likely culprit behind a surge of earthquakes in northern Texas – and residents want accountability An earthquake, Cathy Wallace says, feels like “a
Meanwhile, British readers woke up to the Times of London's main front page headline that also wondered about the president’s stability: “Trump’s mental health questioned by top aide.” “Donald Trump’s
• Pro-Kremlin trolls targeted British MPs on Twitter, a security expert has found.• Atlantic Council researcher Ben Nimmo said this constituted a "targeted attempt to influence British democratic debate."•
Indentured servitude is back in a big way in the United States, and conservative corporatists want to make sure that labor never, ever again has the power to tell big business how to treat them. Idaho,
Europe has seen a large wave of startup banks pop up in the last few years — companies like N26, Atom and Monzo that are taking on the big incumbents by creating faster and cheaper services for a new of
Radif Shamoyan’s fight for a wheelchair ramp highlights the failures of the state to protect the rights of people with disabilities From her window 61-year-old Radif Shamoyan can just about see the benches
While political and diplomatic efforts slow amid the summer recess, all eyes are on the Bank of England Welcome to the Guardian’s weekly Brexit briefing, a summary of key developments as Britain moves
The economic case for giving refugees cash, not stuff, is surprisingly simple, and could revolutionize aid.
Andrew Harper has a staff of 600, a budget of more than $280 million, and an office littered with color-coded maps marked by hand-drawn arrows. Violet is for Isis, orange for Al-nusra Front, and green
Column: Getty Images will bill you thousands to use a photo that belongs to the public. Is that legal?
Dorothea Lange’s photographs of rural life, which she took for a U.S. government agency, are among the most famous images of Depression America: farmers, resettled ex-slaves, inhabitants of migrant camps,
ABUJA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Held for months by the Nigerian government and confined to a house in the capital for the foreseeable future, Amina Ali, a schoolgirl who was rescued after two years
'They have to sort themselves out': Why a Brexit won't happen for a very long time - Business Insider
Britain simply is not prepared to even begin negotiating the terms of a Brexit and it should not expect to officially withdraw from the European Union until at least 2020, according to various EU officials.
For a year after its launch, Microsoft allowed users of previous versions of its desktop OS to upgrade to Windows 10 for free. That offer ended last week on July 29. If you’ve missed the boat, you’ll interested
A popular backlash against open markets may be unstoppable. Stand by for the era of deglobalisation In among the shock from the EU referendum result, the risk of contagion was raised. Analysts asked which
Researchers at MIT have created a database of annotated sentences written by non-native English speakers, the university announced in a press release Friday, in an effort to improve the ways in which process