Online platforms like Roofstock, OwnAmerica bring institutional tools to mom and pop landlords Roofstock CEO Gary Beasley was browsing through his company’s website while on a flight to New York when neighbor
At the start of every month, we like to look back at what products really caught our readers' eye the previous month. Usually, we see our readers buying a lot of tech gadgets, robot vacuums, and kitchen
• Sevilla 0-5 Barcelona • Suárez 14, 40; Messi 31; Iniesta 52; Coutinho 69 (pen) Andrés Iniesta chose the perfect stage for his last waltz, gliding across the grass as Barcelona sliced through Sevilla.
The childhood origins of the experiment When I was a kid, my mom and stepfather switched from salted butter to unsalted. I remember the unsalted tasted bland, like nothing. I couldn't stand it. Some time
NAIROBI, April 20 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - In February, Kenyans awoke to news that has become an annual ritual: Authorities were considering temporarily shutting down hydropower dams, the country’s
A few months never go by without authorities in Uganda coming up with something bombastic to declare. The latest is a social media tax, expected to be implemented in July 2018 according to Uganda’s government.
La Liga has always appealed more in the Americas than in Asia but is desperate to change that and is looking at playing league games outside Spain Spanish teams may have been knocking English teams out
NAIROBI, Kenya — Clutching the door frame, Sheriff Safania Maina leans out of the bus as it hits potholes going 45 miles per hour. He jumps out of the door of the vehicle as it slows down. He starts to
Drinking will shorten your life, according to a study that suggests every glass of wine or pint of beer over the daily recommended limit will cut half an hour from the expected lifespan of a 40-year-old.
By Deborah Bräutigam Deborah Bräutigam is the Bernard L. Schwartz Professor of International Political Economy and director of the China Africa Research Initiative at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced Studies.
(CNN) — Protecting elephants from poachers in a reserve larger than Switzerland is no simple task. In Tanzania's Selous Game Reserve the population has been under threat for decades, and numbers are dwindling.
In the early 1980s, Robert Mugabe’s government sent crack troops to put down opposition supporters in western Zimbabwe. The Fifth Brigade, trained by the North Koreans, were zealous in their support for