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The world will come crashing down (again): Inside the global debt crisis that America is about to import

<b>(lumy010 via iStock/Salon)</b><p>Trillions of dollars of investment in emerging markets has been fueled by cheap credit — and the bill’s coming due<p>Robert Hennelly<p>October 14, 2015 5:27pm (UTC)<p>Even as tens of millions of Americans continue to still struggle to recover from the Great Recession, there are …

Emerging Markets

The Green Inferno review – gleefully offensive cannibal torture-off

Eli Roth’s film has been criticised for its depiction of indigenous people, but the real target is the do-gooders who land in their midst in this gory, unpalatable horror<p>Having deterred Americans from exploring either their own country or Europe, via Cabin Fever and the Hostel films, Eli Roth …

Horror

Why Ruby Rose Is Asking Fans NOT to Share This Photo of Her

She's all about #FreeTheNipple but this photo went too far.<p>Countless photos of Ruby Rose have been circulating the Internet with increasing popularity since her <i>Orange Is the New Black</i> debut (including the stellar ones of her twinning with Justin Bieber), but one particular image has spurred outrage …

22 Clever Christmas Cards That Are Actually Funny

Your Christmas card game just got a whole lot stronger.<p>Let's be real. Christmas cards suck. You're either getting some lame variation of a red-and-green-themed Merry Christmas/Happy Holidays/Season's Greetings <i>OR</i> some braggadocious novel of holiday newsletter that is solely aimed at making you feel …

Humanitarian cease-fire set in Mideast conflict, but will the peace last?

After weeks of fighting and hundreds of deaths, some semblance of peace may be coming to the Middle East -- at least temporarily.<p>U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry announced Thursday that an unconditional humanitarian cease-fire will begin at 8 a.m. Friday in …