Arlene Renner

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The School Yard Game that Determines Your Future

What’s It Like to See a Democracy Destroyed?

Hannah Dreier spent years covering the implosion of Venezuela. Her takeaway is a sobering one: There’s no rule that says that a miserable situation has to end, just because it’s too miserable.<p><i>Subscribe to The Global POLITICO on iTunes here.</i> | <i>Subscribe via Stitcher.</i><p>What’s it like to watch a country …

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It never goes out of style.

Nothing says “glamour!” quite like a smile painted in bright, camera-ready red lipstick. Red has been the signature shade of some serious icons, including megastars like Marilyn Monroe and songstresses like Rihanna and Selena Gomez alike. The head-turning hue gives off a sophistication that anyone …

83-year-old math problem solved

It took more than 80 years, but a problem posed by a mathematician who delighted in concocting tricky ones has finally been solved.<p>UCLA mathematician …

Google Adds Lots of New Weather Data to Search Results on Android

The weather’s getting brutal in several parts of the country. Just in time, Google now adds more detailed weather information for all those times you …

T-Mobile Will Let Customers Stream HBO, Netflix and ESPN Without Racking Up Data Charges

John Legere knows how to get attention.<p>T-Mobile will allow some subscribers to stream video from 24 popular services without burning through their data caps.<p>The nation’s third-largest wireless carrier is looking to gain competitive advantage over rivals Sprint, AT&T and Verizon by giving its …

Ayn Rand’s vision of idiocy: Understanding the real makers and takers

Sorry, but making a profit off something that’s useless to society is not morally superior to helping others<p>For those who haven’t had the great misfortune of reading "Atlas Shrugged," the book is premised on the idea that if the world’s “creative leaders,” businessmen, innovators, artists (i.e., …