The head of Hungary’s central bank has called for the International Monetary Fund to close its office in Budapest.
Russian President Vladimir Putin defended the July hack of the Democratic National Committee, hailing it as a public service.
A private security firm guarding the construction of $3.8 billion oil pipeline turned mercenary on Saturday, unleashing vicious attack dogs against peaceful...
The near hysteria regarding the Zika virus prompted Dorchester officials to make an ill-advised move to begin aerial spraying with devastating results.
A glaring report revealed the Pentagon couldn’t account for $6.5 trillion dollars worth of Army general fund transactions and data.
We get some scientific backing that cannabis is both far less toxic and less addictive than alcohol.
War changes people, and the soldiers’ faces show a glimpse of the toll that fighting in Afghanistan takes on the troops.
The state of Victoria in Australia has voted to ban fracking on its territory, further cementing the moratorium first put in place...
Solar, wind and additional renewable energy technologies are setting records for every single month of the year thus far, for 2016.
Last week, a Miami-Dade judge became the focus of much-deserved anger when she ruled on an ordinance banning front yard vegetable gardens.
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