Every 2020 Candidate’s Net Worth—Exclusive; Facebook Caught Eavesdropping On Users; Trump Delays Tariffs On $300 Billion
Forbes dug into the details—examining financial disclosure statements, scouring local real estate records and calculating pension benefits—to figure out the finances of the 2020 candidates. The 2020 presidential
Verizon Selling Tumblr; Hong Kong Airport Crippled By More Democracy Protests; Coach, Givenchy, Versace Apologize To China
Automattic, which acquired Tumblr from Verizon, owns Wordpress, WooCommerce and Longreads Verizon will sell Tumblr to Wordpress-owner Automattic, allowing the telecom to unload the blogging website it
Matt Ridley, world renowned author of The Rational Optimist and other global best sellers, makes the airtight case that contrary to the unending stream of downbeat news and gloomy predictions about the
Jeffrey Epstein Death—Seven Critical Questions; America’s Hidden Retirement Crisis; World’s Best Hotel Sky Bars
Jeffrey Epstein died by suicide according to prison officials, after reportedly hanging himself in a Manhattan jail, where the former financier was held after being indicted in July on federal sex trafficking
What starts out as a suggestion then becomes ostracism and ends in state coercion The BBC, misreporting a United Nations report, wants us to switch to a mostly plant-based diet in order to alter the weather.
We see in the choices of the Silicon Valley supremos something subtly sinister and manifesto-like Who would imagine that Mark Zuckerberg’s recommendation for a book to take on holiday might plunge the
SIR – If Boris Johnson remains firm in “scrapping the common agricultural policy” (CAP), it will transform British farming for the better. In 1984 New Zealand scrapped its equivalent of the CAP and productivity
One of the biggest Brexit prizes will be ditching the EU’s mindless precaution and innovation-crushing rules
We must enshrine an “innovation principle” to balance the precautionary one “Let’s start now to liberate the UK’s extraordinary bioscience sector from anti-genetic modification rules, and let’s develop
The case of Darren Grimes is another alarming example of blatant bias in our bureaucracy Darren Grimes’s court victory over the Electoral Commission is a win for David against the Goliath of the regulatory
I’m beginning to feel like Donald Sutherland in Invasion of the Body Snatchers: almost the last person on Earth who hasn’t been assimilated by the evil, shapeshifting, floral pod creatures from outer Losing
If the British government declared the abolition of sin by 2050, commentators would be rightly cynical. The announcement last week that Britain will enact a net-zero carbon target for 2050 was instead
The uncertainty of climate change is an argument for – not against – decarbonizing the economy as quickly as possible For 23 years, I worked at a libertarian thinktank, arguing against climate action.