Absurdly Driven looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek. You know what you want. You just don't know how to get it. You don't know how to get the upper in
In a provocative interview with Truthdig Editor Robert Scheer for his KCRW podcast "Scheer Intelligence," John Kiriakou, author of The Reluctant Spy: My Secret Life in the CIA's War on Terror, details
Three civilians including a child were injured but no British troops were hurt during the powerful explosion in Kabul A Taliban suicide car bomber struck a British forces convoy in central Kabul on Sunday,
Australia enacted one of the largest gun reforms ever nearly 2 decades ago — and gun deaths plummeted
Forced to react to yet another mass shooting, President Barack Obama reiterated points he's made before: That the US is the "only advanced country in the world that sees these mass shootings every few
Mark Cuban always seems to come out on top. He sold his first company, MicroSolutions, for $6 million. He did even better with his next company, Broadcast.com, which he sold to Yahoofor almost $6 billion.
Accounts from dozens of defectors offer a rare insight. Tens of thousands of people have journeyed to Iraq and Syria to join Islamic State militants in the past few years, but after experiencing the reality