The Wall Street Journal’s Daily Report on Global Central Banks for Friday, April 18 Sign up for the newsletter: http://on.wsj.com/grandcentralsignup. “Central banks in the United States and around the world must end their complacency...Show More Summary
A gentleman with a beard and a shabby shirt reads the newspaper in a Reina street doorway. "These people are re-inventing the wheel..." I can hear him say. The daily he has in his hands has a tabloid insert with the new Foreign Investment Law, recently voted on in the National Assembly. Show More Summary
Over the past few months, I've read several essays linking makeup and professionalism. Written by stylish women working in corporate America, these articles insist that daily makeup application is a must for working women, and that going without it may degrade your image of competence and reliability. Show More Summary
Imagine what it must have been like to see Mickey Mantle as a high school player or Wayne Gretzky on the ice as a 12-year-old.
Paul Roderick Gregory, Hoover Institution: The Putin propaganda machine cannot rest. It must provide new footage daily for a viewing public eager for the next Ukrainian outrage, growing angrier with each passing day, and asking: When will our great leader, Vladimir Putin, go in and rescue our poor brethren across the border in Ukraine?... Show More Summary
What to the what? You read that right — a man in Florida must not have wanted to go to work in a really big way when he staged a burglary to get out of the daily grind. Sure, we all have days when we don’t want to get out of bed but to the point of staging a fake burglary leaves us speechless. Show More Summary
Despite the invincible conviction on the right that Obamacare is a disaster and that Americans are losing their health insurance, a newly released Gallup poll shows the number of people without insurance has declined to 15.6 percent—its lowest level since 2008. Show More Summary
Did the Daily Mail think nobody would notice? Many eagle-eyed newspaper readers were quick to realise that the Daily Mail had doctored a picture on their backpage splash on Tuesday. As everyone must now have seen, Emmanuel Adebayor celebrated scoring against Sunderland by running over to sidelines where he saluted manager Tim Sherwood and assistant [...]
Welcome to Must Read, where we single out the best stories from around the automotive universe and beyond. Today we have reports from Forbes, The Daily Beast and Quartz. Read more...
In what would likely get her a daily (armed) drone surveillance package with blanket NSA supervision, if not outright burned at the stake in the US, Leonie Ki - who is the new head of Hong Kong's government campaign to alleviate poverty...Show More Summary
Was just reading an interesting article called The Power Of Five, from James Altucher, and his thoughts can alleviate worry and anxiety, regrets, guilt, fear of the future, AND…If you take along my little twist, it’ll put a lot more...
Ian Reifowitz at Daily Kos makes a good point. Democrats should not just campaign on the success of Obamacare; they need to campaign on fighting its repeal. Republicans have figured out that running around simply screaming that America needs to “Repeal Obamacare!” isn’t going to work this fall. As Bobby Jindal’s recent foray into the […]
This US healthcare clip from the Daily Show is so absolutely hilarious. A must watch! Check, laugh so hard, then share: The Daily ShowGet More: Daily Show Full Episodes,Indecision Political Humor,The Daily Show on Facebook Thanks to Jim Seko, who posted a link to this on a quick Planetsave article reposted over on CleanTechnica. Show More Summary
Photo by Flickr user @Doug88888 Researchers have found a way to genetically modify trees for the purpose of creating sustainable paper. According to “Science Daily,” Lignin — a polymer found in most plants — must be removed to produce paper (and biofuel), but the process requires chemicals and energy that cause waste. Show More Summary