Theresa May, Britain's prime minister in waiting, has already given some hints about what her policies might be when she steps in -- and a bigger role for the state in the economy could be on the cards.
A special "sin-free" social networking site has drawn 100,000 members in a month of operating. Created by a group of Brazilian Evangelical Christians, swearing and erotic content is banned and blessings, prayers and inspirational quotes encouraged.
The left-wing Syriza party led by Alexis Tsipras won Greece's general election on Sunday after campaigning on a pledge to renegotiate the country's international bailout and reverse years of spending cuts and painful economic reforms.
The treasurer of Oklahoma has recently announced that across the US billions of dollars are going unclaimed from life insurance policies. The question is how far should companies go to track down beneficiaries of the deceased.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford's popularity is growing again. A new poll shows that the mayor, who has been a controversial figure in the city, has an approval rating of 47 percent and more than half support his policy initiatives.
Apparently the terms “media advisors” and “claptrap” aren’t mutually exclusive, after all. The People Who Made America can produce any sort of garbage and give it to their clients. The latest victim is McCain, on the subject of the economy.
The theory of risk is that you take risks you think you’ll probably survive. The theory of policy making is that to solve problems you take risks you think other people might approve, based mainly on intuition.
The poll is the policy-maker’s answer to crystal meth. Compulsive, under any conditions, and causes actions that might not otherwise happen. Polls can justify any position. Polls can be tailored by asking some questions and not asking others.
Russia has returned to former military practices, citing security threats by other military powers. The rhetoric’s pretty familiar, too. 15 years ago Russia ceased these patrols, because it couldn’t afford the gas for the planes.
AOL has long been hounded by customers about the fact that in the past it has been almost impossible to cancel your AOL account. Today a new agreement forces AOL to change policies and pay out an estimated $3 Million in costs and fines.