Tiana Fough, 27, was fresh off a vacation in Tucson with her girlfriends when she landed in Phoenix for a connecting flight back to Portland, Ore., earlier this week. The mother of two toddlers, Fough
So let's talk about ad blocking. You might think the conversation about ad blocking is about the user experience of news, but what we're really talking about is money and power in Silicon Valley. And battles
Marc Jacobs closed New York fashion week on Thursday night with a show so spectacular the city’s other designers will be relieved they don’t have to follow it. Sequins compulsory: inside Marc Jacobs' York
The criminal justice system in America is racially skewed, and as incarceration rates continue to climb, studies have found that African-Americans are disproportionately affected to a significant extent.
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Kurdish rebels blamed for attack on military police vehicle carrying several officers, as PKK says ceasefire has ‘lost all meaning’ after Turkish air strikes The fragile peace process between the Turkish
Remember the days when governments were threatening to cut off BlackBerry's secure email because they couldn't spy on your messages? They're back. Pakistan's Telecommunication Authority has ordered local
That is, Americans who aren't Republicans. In a survey of the prevailing economic attitudes over 40 countries, the Pew Research Center found that 40 percent of US citizens thought the economy was "good"
Marek Belka says country remains reluctant to join the euro, as he warns that world is running out of ammunition to fight the next financial crisis Poland will not join the euro while the bloc remains
Powerful images of the Bush administration in the hours following the September 11 attacks have been released Newly-released photographs taken in the aftermath of the 9/11 attacks by then vice-president
For months, they floated at sea in an eerie silence, slaves cowed to quiet by sword-wielding traffickers who threatened to kill them if they begged for more to drink or prayed out loud. But now that they
The ties that bind the United Kingdom together and the United Kingdom to Europe were strained in last night's election. They could soon break, delivering unprecedented political, economic and market volatility
Web slingers get a high-tech upgrade Your move, limpets. Earlier this year, the long-reigning champion of the Strongest Biological Material Competition, spider silk, was usurped by the upstart limpet But