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Michael Kratsios confirmed as new U.S. Chief Technology Officer

Greek-American Michael Kratsios is the new Chief Technology Officer of the United States, and the first for President Donald Trump.

Fast rising digital loan firm in administration

London - One of the U.K.’s fastest growing digital technology firms Wonga, which offered short-term loans at relatively high rates of interest, has gone in administration. The firm had been caught up in a series of compensation claims.

Trump promises 'a very, very big statement' on opioid crisis

President Trump went off-script this week, promising to declare the opioid crisis a national emergency next week. However, administration officials are now scrambling to come up with some kind of plan to implement Trump's promise.

Calls for German city that ditched Windows to return to Microsoft

Munich - In 2004, the German city of Munich shut down its Windows systems and switched to the open-source Linux instead. Now, it has reportedly had enough. Senior IT members have called Linux "cumbersome" and "limited" and urged the mayor to bring back Windows.

Amazon is testing delivery drones at a secret Canada site

Amazon is reported to be testing and developing its new drone delivery service at a secret site in Canada amid growing frustration with the U.S. government's prohibitive attitude towards the technology.

European Union cuts its most senior science role

The European Commission (EC) decided to retire the position of Chief Scientific Advisor, Some scientists have reacted angrily to what they see is political interference with the promotion of science.

Op-Ed: America's child President

In a time when America needs her president, Obama once again pits his federal government against the American people punishing them for government actions.

Op-Ed: Conservative attorney may be recent-target of administration

Conservative attorney may the latest but not the last victim of a corrupt liberal administration. Attacking on all levels, in order to secure the destruction of careers, lives, and country.

In India, women village heads face gender bias, discrimination Special

Gender bias at home and office stalks India’s tribal women village leaders. However, fear of revenge forces them to maintain a stoic silence.

Op-Ed: Our Broken Education System and Possible Solutions to Fixing It

The state of our education system has been on my mind lately, I have some opinions on how I think we can make immediate changes to improve it. It requires sacrifice and give on both sides of this debate but I am positive as a nation we can do anything.

HMV UK music chain calls in the administrators for its 250 stores

Bosses at HMV, the record and DVD music store chain, say it deserves "a place on the high street" after it became the latest well known chain to go into administration.

Troubled photography chain, Jessops, calls in administrators

Businesses come and go, fact. It does not take an economic downturn for a business to fail. In the UK the poor economic climate has, however, resulted in many firms 'going to the wall'. The latest is Jessops.

UK’s main video game shop goes into administration

Game, once the UK’s leading supplier of video games and computer games consuls, has been placed into administration. This will result in many stores closing and a series of job losses.

Op-Ed: Is the USA a Failed State?

Should the United States devolve into its constituent states, the world will breathe a sigh of relief. A European Union (EU)-like economic zone between the parts of the former USA is bound to be far more pacific and to contribute to world stability.

Iraq’s Maliki opens door to continued US troop presence

Washington - Amid growing pressure from US politicians, Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki has opened the door for talks with rival political leaders in his country concerned over a US troop presence in the country past the 2011 deadline, with repercussions likely.

Obama's dangerous alliances make for uncertain future for America

President Obama's ties to far left progressives have been a secret. As he expressed his views in favor not only a larger federal rule in the lives of Americans long before he took office.

Obama administration to form new agency to monitor climate change

Washington - The Obama administration has proposed the formation of a new federal agency that will study and report to the goverment on the changing climate.

Op-Ed: Napolitano – Incompetence in Ascendance

When a CEO fumbles and stumbles repeatedly, then demonstrates incompetence, the company’s Board takes remedial action, and if it doesn’t, the shareholders get vocal with their votes.

1,100 Staff at Borders UK Losing Jobs on Christmas Eve

Borders (UK) Limited, until 2007 a subsidiary of the second largest bookstore chain in the U.S. that goes by the same name, is closing all 45 of its stores on December 22, its 1,100 staff reporting for their last day at work just two days later.

Op-Ed: Show Trial Goes To New York

The significance of continuing growth in unemployment ranks has been obliterated from headlines by an unexpected decision by the Administration: Five Guantanamo Bay Sept. 11 terrorist detainees will be tried in a civilian federal courthouse in New York.

Van Jones resigns White House post

Van Jones, Pres. Obama’s special advisor for green jobs, has resigned his position with the administration amidst controversy over his past activism.

Op-Ed: Potential shift in US strategy if Karzai wins

Should Karzai win, the Obama administration would be facing a new challange which requires a new strategy; that is, how to deal with a future Karzai government, considering the administration's publicly expressed discontent with his current government.

UK's Shiny Media Goes Into Administration

Shiny Media folds after three years as one of the UK's most popular technology, fashion and lifestyle blogging networks.

Op-Ed: For Gregg and the GOP is it Party first, Country last?

Republican Sen. Judd Gregg's withdrawal as nominee for Secretary of Commerce could be the latest ploy in a GOP arsenal of blatant attacks to undermine President Obama's efforts in advancing a bipartisan agenda for his administration.

Veteran's Administration guilty of hardware loss - Again.

In the past year, many government organizations have been guilty of critical data loss. From missing laptops to misdirected emails, millions of citizens have been put at risk for identity theft. The Veterans Administration is no stranger to this scenario.

A commentary on the 'Illegal Aliens to get Social Security' deal

After negotiations with Mexico's government, the Bush Administration has agreed to allow illegal immigrants who get amnesty in the future to claim the work they did while here illegally for social security.

Bush Making Changes in His Iraq Team

President Bush is overhauling his top diplomatic and military team in Iraq, as the White House scrambles to complete its new war policy package.

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