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Countries have started to outsource public services to each other
A radical solution for inequality's infiltration of American justice.
Sochi or bust
As the Sochi Olympic Games kick off, everyone’s talking about homophobia in Russia, but nobody’s talking about figure…
Cash crises, political grudge matches, suicide. None of it stopped David Walentas from forging a ten-digit fortune by creating an entire neighborhood.
President Bashar Assad’s hopes are rising that he may be able to use the conference in Geneva to bolster the legitimacy of his regime.
During his first year in the U.S. Senate, Ted Cruz has proved that he can throw a punch (and take one), rally his troops (and unite his enemies), and…
At the core of Europe’s strongest economy stands a tier of impeccably run small manufacturers that measure growth not in years but in centuries.
The latest Syrian civil war summit is a mess even the guest list is up for grass.
On the Saturday following Nelson Mandela’s death, the crowds at several British soccer stadiums applauded in his memory for 60 seconds. The event was
With the Winter Olympics on its doorstep, Abkhazia has been shut out in the cold
Making that much money disappear from a Kazakh bank turns out to be a lot easier than finding it—a task now confronting a team of international…
Evan Spiegel, 23, and Bobby Murphy, 25, have turned Snapchat and its disappearing photos into the hottest app in America for teenagers. Hot enough.
It’s the future of connectivity, turning your car into a smartphone on wheels and your basketball into a coach. The Jetsons age has arrived.
How the rise of Occupy and decline of the neoliberal narrative helped shape the “de Blasio moment.”