Wednesday, April 8, 2015
Through decades of digging into the private lives of rock stars and providing a forum for colorful writers like Hunter S. Thompson and P.J. O'Rourke, Rolling Stone magazine publisher Jann Wenner has never been afraid to push boundaries.
Several weeks ago, a video surfaced on the Internet, documenting outrageous animal abuse at a "halal" slaughterhouse in North Yorkshire, England.
South Koreans were led to believe that public safety would receive the utmost attention following last year's Sewol ferry disaster, which has been attributed to, among other things, blatant disregard for safety in pursuit of monetary gains.
Tuesday, April 7, 2015
On a basic level, the framework deal between world powers and Tehran will be judged by whether it prevents an Iranian bomb, but that will take years to figure out.
In one month, the United Kingdom votes in a general election likely to put the nail in the coffin of two-party politics and herald an uncertain future of coalitions, alliances and horse-trading.
South Korea's exports dropped 4.2 percent from a year earlier in March, following the 0.7 percent and 3.4 percent losses in January and February, respectively, according to data released by the central bank last week.
The Indonesia government made the right decision in unblocking Islamist websites, but not because blocking them was undemocratic.
Monday, April 6, 2015
A popular proverb whose origin is attributed to Joseph Kennedy, father of President John F. Kennedy, is "When the going gets tough, the tough get going."
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Hillary Rodham Clinton can claim a piece of the victory if the U.S. and other world powers ultimately complete a final nuclear deal with Iran.
A year since the start of the fighting in eastern Ukraine, Vladimir Putin may not have emerged the winner in his showdown with the West but he has not lost either, analysts say.