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A Tale of Two Countries: Nigeria and the U.S.

How the US and Nigeria wound up with increasingly similar systems, such as centralized, presidential-focused politics.

TV Club: Raw may have Brock Lesnar, but where are all the other characters?

With the Royal Rumble less than two weeks away, there’s a question that needs to be posed at the top of this review: does it feel like the Royal Rumble is only two weeks away? The answer, if you’re looking at the last few weeks, is no. Show More Summary

Mastercard built a mobile marketplace for farmers in East Africa

More than two billion people across the world continue to stay unbanked. One of the biggest reasons for that exclusion is accessibility. In developing countries in particular, low-income groups tend to get left out of the fold because they don't have access to basic banking services. Show More Summary

Trump’s Wall Threatens Last U.S. Jaguars

42 minutes agoNews : The Daily Beast

Jaguars need vast amounts of land to survive and reproduce. There are only two males of the species left in the United Statesand the closet known females are on the Mexican side of the border.

Process Transformation: How Do You Get it Right? Part V

Two weeks ago, we talked about how to drive technological advances, because it’s one of the critical three T’s of Supply Management success (with the other two being talent and transition to better processes). But technological advancement is not enough if your processes, to be blunt, outright suck. That’s why, as the Big C’s say, […]

Dutch vote to set off Europe's 'super election year'

51 minutes agoLocal Interest / France : France 24

Dutch voters head to crunch parliamentary polls in two months time, heralding the start of a "super election year" in three of Europe's leading economies: The Netherlands, France and Germany. After the surprise Brexit result in Britain...Show More Summary

2017 NFL Mock Draft: Two defensive backs land in the top-five

1 of 20 | NEXT » Four more teams were eliminated this week, which means it is time for another 2017 NFL Mock Draft. 26 teams now know exactly where they will pick in the first round. Meanwhile, this class is shaping up to make some serious history. Show More Summary

Logan Brown Of ‘Sister Wives’ Secret Life Revealed: Reality Star Not Living Mormon Lifestyle

With so many kids, things are going to be different for some of the Brown children. Logan Brown has a girlfriend Michelle, and the two have made it clear that getting married is not a focus for them right now. Logan and Michelle are very serious, but they also don’t want to live a polygamist... Show More Summary

Tom Sandoval And Ariana Madix Weigh In On Lala’s Boyfriend, Stassi’s Harsh Words, Kristen Doute’s Comedy and More

The only two sane people left on Vanderpump Rules, Tom Sandoval and Ariana Madix, were Andy‘s guests tonight on Watch What Happens Live. They covered a variety of topics, including Lala Kent, James Kennedy, Scheana Marie‘s mystery man and more! Andy plays clips from Kristen Doute‘s comedy sketch and asks Ariana for her thoughts. Show More Summary

2 Bay Area scientists lauded by President Obama for their work

In one of his waning acts in office, President Obama bestowed on two Bay Area scientists the federal government’s highest honor for certain early-career researchers. A materials engineer with expertise in 3D printing, Eric Duoss, and...Show More Summary

In Reagan Country, change brings complex outlook on Trump

The week after Donald Trump was elected president, Dr. Mai-Phuong Nguyen and two dozen other Vietnamese-Americans active in liberal causes gathered in a circle of folding chairs, consoling one another … Click to Continue »

'The Young Pope' Recap: Lenny Feels Threatened By Sister Mary

The Young Pope pulls back the crazy reins considerably in the second episode. We are grading on a curve since the series began with a mountain of dead CGI babies, but still, the fact remains that episode two is a little less crazy. Things are not quite normal, but they are less flamboyant and more coherent. Show More Summary

Burnley Journal: U.K. Police Look to Young Recruits to Help Shed an Image as ‘Male, Pale and Stale’

1 hour agoNews : NYTimes: News

A program, similar to Teach for America, places university graduates for two years in some of the country’s most troubled areas, with a focus on diversifying the police corps.

LAX as you have never seen it

The mega airport is such a vital and vulnerable piece of our infrastructure that it employs two anti-terrorism experts with top-secret clearances.

'Resident Evil 7' Season Pass gives you access to bonus episodes

A Steam page for Resident Evil 7's Season Pass has revealed what you're getting if you pay extra for the feature. The pass apparently comes with two volumes of "banned footage" composed of three episodes each, as well as an additional story content. Show More Summary

Ericsson and Cisco Win a Big Job

Ericsson and Cisco said they would overhaul the telecommunications network of Vodafone Hutchison Australia, which they described as their largest deal since the two networking companies announced a partnership.

IDOT’s Plan to Charge Tolls on New Eisenhower Expressway Lanes Bombs with One Paper’s Readers

Daily Herald, reports, “Readers cheered a plan to add another lane to fix the Eisenhower Expressway’s infamous three-lane bottleneck but booed levying a toll on vehicles occupied by one or two people.” The Illinois Department of Transportation...Show More Summary

As Inauguration Nears, Trump Keeps World Leaders on Edge

3 hours agoNews : NYTimes: News

The president-elect drew global responses after an interview with The Wall Street Journal and with two European newspapers, Bild and The Times of London.

PA Pike Part of Moody’s National Settlement over Bond-rating Claims

The Philadelphia Inquirer reports that the Pennsylvania Attorney General’s office will distribute $19.4 million to the state treasury, two retirement funds and the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission as the result of Moody’s Investors Service...Show More Summary

Trading Shots: If a UFC champ can't defend 2 belts, should she keep trying to win them?

Conor McGregor became the first UFC fighter to hold belts in two divisions at once. Now Amanda Nunes wants to follow in his footsteps. But does the aftermath of McGregor’s achievement demonstrate why it might be a problem? Ben Fowlkes and Danny Downes discuss.Filed (...)

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