In January 2009, as the U.S. economy was freezing up, employers were cutting roughly 800,000 jobs that month. President Obama had just taken office and a few weeks later, he headed to Elkhart, Ind., where
Bradley Garrett, a photographer and researcher with a background in anthropology and archeology, has spent the past five years of his life exploring hidden and forgotten parts of cities all over the world.
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The annual meteor shower will dazzle skywatchers with a flurry of shooting stars. Skywatchers around the world are gearing up for the famous August Perseid meteor shower, which peaks August 11 through
Economist discusses country's flawed development model and how it can be improved to lower poverty. India should learn from neighbouring Bangladesh about how to tap the energy of women in its efforts spur