The undermining of status radicalized the formerly complacent, and class politics took shape because one segment of the population had so much money that the merely respectable could now identify with the actually poor.
Germany's intelligence head said Sunday that his state, like the UK, France and other western nations, faces a very high danger of citizens returning to conduct terror attacks from Syria and Iraq, where they are fighting in the ranks of the extremist Is
An ACLU investigation found that police in several NC cities were using spying devices that trick your cellphone into disclosing private information. But the police don't have to have a warrant to use them. This is a violation of our Constitutional rights
Europe is heading towards an increasingly uncertain future. Debates on the impact and dangers of Islam are even less possible today than five years ago. Radical Islam in the Middle East and in Europe is rising ever more rapidly.
The Committee on the Rights of the Child will meet at the Palais Wilson in Geneva from 1 to 19 September 2014 to review the promotion and protection of children's rights under the provisions of the Convention on the Rights of the Child. . .
When we wrote recently about the corporate travails of upgrading from Microsoft's Windows XP operating system, we were inundated with comments from readers wanting to share their experiences, from sole traders to small businesses.
When we think of the inventors of today, we typically envision those pushing technology to heights we never imagined, from 3D printing to the properties of the newest iPhone. But designer, thinker, artist, innovator & all around life inspiration Dominic..
A music producer and dad to four, Craig Martin is a busy guy. But he still finds time to volunteer for the Canadian Cancer Society, once a week driving cancer patients to and from appointments across Toronto.
Looking back to ancient heroes and warrior kings for clues as to why Disabled people and women are excluded from leadership. Victoria Richards asks why we demand perfect health and physical images of strength from our leaders today.
A flurry of research in the last few years has illuminated what we've long known: People tend to live among like-minded neighbors, whether it's intentional, unconscious or strictly a matter of economics.
In NH, i know of a man who was arrested by 3 officers, chained on legs and handcuffed and chained to a wall, held for 5 hours before being told what it was about and had 8 officers remove him from a police van. The DMV had mistakenly revoked his license!
Currently, if workers R discriminated against 4 trying 2 form a union, they have very limited legal options under the National Labor Relations Act. Workers can file grievances, the slow process leaves to many without pay doesn't hold employers accountable
What ever happened to the neighborhood beat policeman, who was viewed more as friend and ally then enemy? Why are police trained to be so brutal? Perhaps we need police who are people NOT driven by power or sadism or control