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China has been one of the largest economy’s in the world for many years, however its place near the top has been impacted in recent times because of its currency. The yuan, the national currency for China, has been depreciating in value and will continue to do so into the first quarter of 2017. Show More Summary

One of the largest collections of Alice in Wonderland books and memorabilia goes on sale

54 minutes agoArts : Artdaily

A remarkable collection of Alice in Wonderland books and memorabilia, among the largest in the world, goes on sale with Mallams auctioneers in Oxford next month. The ?Oxford Authors Sale? at Mallams on February 8 includes more than 3,000 Alice items acquired across a 25-year collecting odyssey by the late Thomas Schuster and his wife Greta. Show More Summary

Mark Hamill Is Still Grieving Carrie Fisher

Carrie Fisher’s death at the end of December shook the world, as the Star Wars actress was one of the most popular personalities in pop culture history. Less than a month after her passing, Carrie Fisher’s family and those that worked with her over the years are still deep in mourning and trying to process... Show More Summary

Trump puts the wolves of Wall Street in charge of America’s economy

By Steven Pearlstein In announcing the appointment of Carl Icahn as his new adviser on regulatory reform, President-elect Donald Trump characterized the Wall Street legend as “one of the world’s great businessmen.” By Trump standards, it was a minor mischaracterization, one that confused the Main Street world of business, where value-adding goods and services are created […]

Apple AirPods: One Month Later [Opinion]

Don’t listen to the hype; Apple is still the most innovative tech company in the world. While it’s true that the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus weren’t huge upgrades, a recent Inquisitr article notes that the iPhone 8 may be completely redesigned. Show More Summary

A Strong Mother And 8 Things You Learn From Being Raised By One

Where there is a strong mother, there is a stronger lesson from being raised by one. The Women’s March on Washington and other satellite protests held around the world lasted for mere hours. Then, something occurred to me: the deeply rooted life lessons about a mother’s love and resilience from a hodgepodge of speeches can... Show More Summary

Deals: Pay What You Want To Become A Hacker

Data is what makes the world go round, so it’s no wonder why we’re all so interested in keeping it safe and secure. As a result, the demand for cybersecurity experts has never been higher, and becoming one is easier than you think. Pick up the White Hat Hacker 2017 Bundle, and you can kickstart your foray into this high-paying field--all for a price you get to pick. More »      

Mark Zuckerberg Recent Actions Could Indicate He Is Running For President In 2020

Mark Zuckerberg is the young founder and current CEO of social media giant Facebook. But he has not quite conquered the world yet with one thing that he has yet to put on his resume, which is U.S. President. Due to the rising popularity of non-establishment candidates following the election of Donald Trump last November,... Show More Summary

37 Stunning Photos From Women's Marches Around The World

This weekend will go down in history books as one of solidarity, sisterhood and mass resistance. Around the world, on seven different continents, people marched in solidarity with American women to protest President Donald Trump’s sexism, racism and xenophobia ? and the way his rhetoric will be channeled into policy. Show More Summary

Thoughts On Climate Change From Women’s March In Sydney, Australia

One of the larger anti-Trump protest marches in non-US cities around the world took place in Sydney, Australia, on January 21. After assembling in beautiful Hyde Park, a group of several thousand marched downtown to fashionable Martin...Show More Summary

‘Wayne’s World’ Returning To Theaters For Anniversary Run

Wayne’s World was a highly successful spinoff of a popular Saturday Night Live sketch that caught fire with American audiences way back in 1992. But the film only got one sequel and comedy fans have always wanted more from the franchise that could have had so much to offer in terms of pure laughter. Show More Summary

There Were So Many Great Signs At Women's Marches That We Couldn't Fit Them All In One Post

5 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

The turnout at the Women’s March on Washington and so-called “sister marches” around the world on Saturday exceeded organizers’ expectations. That meant there were a lot of amazing signs ? more than we could highlight in just one story. Here are some of the best ones from D.C. Show More Summary

Please enjoy this glorious exchange between a protester and Trump supporter at D.C.'s march yesterday.

11 hours agoHumor / odd : Happy Place

The numbers are still rolling in, but one thing is for sure: yesterday's Women's Marches were an incredibly moving demonstration of solidarity felt around the world. In every city, people came out dressed to express themselves with signs of hope, determination, fierce resistance and most importantly, humor. Show More Summary

Ex-WSJ Reporter Finds George Soros Has Ties To More Than 50 "Partners" Of The Women’s March

Former WSJ reporter Asra Nomani asks in the NYT's "Women In the World" section what is the link between one of Hillary Clinton’s largest donors and the Women’s March? Her answer: "as it turns out, it’s quite significant." Here is what...Show More Summary

No one inside the Davos liberal billionaire bubble thinks Brexit is a good idea

I introduced myself to Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond at Davos last week. I was on a mission to find someone — anyone — at the World Economic Forum who believed Brexit was a good idea. After shaking his hand and saying hello,...Show More Summary

80's Dark Portraits: Striking Photos from Rome’s ‘Dark Movement’ Scene in the Early 1980s

The early 1980s was a very particular time in the world. The personal computer boom, Reganism and pop music were all shaping the cultural landscape in ways we can still feel today. However, one movement, which was more underground, particularly thrived. Show More Summary

Tennis-I'll be back, says thwarted Murray

18 hours agoSports / Tennis : Reuters: Tennis

MELBOURNE, Jan 22 (Reuters) - World number one Andy Murray vowed to return as strong as ever after his bid for a maiden Australian Open title was brought to a stunning end by German Mischa Zverev on Sunday.

RPT-UPDATE 2-Tennis-World number one Murray downed by Zverev in Melbourne

18 hours agoSports / Tennis : Reuters: Tennis

MELBOURNE, Jan 22 (Reuters) - Andy Murray's hopes of finally getting his hands on the Australian Open title were ended for another year when the top seed and world number one was tied up in knots and flung out of the fourth round by Mischa Zverev on Sunday.

'American masculinity is broken': Men explain their Women's March activism

19 hours agoLifestyle / Fashion : AOL: Style

As women took Washington D.C. and the world by storm for the Women's March on Saturday, men also made their presence known -- many speaking out against President's Trump administration. One day after Donald Trump's inauguration as the 45th president of the United States, hundreds of thousands filled the streets of Washington D.C. Show More Summary

Matt Damon hosted a private party in Davos to discuss how he's cleaning up the world's water supply

DAVOS, SWITZERLAND — Matt Damon is one of the most famous actors on the planet, and he's using his fame for good. Damon was at the World Economic Forum this week to raise awareness of a devastating problem for numerous societies andShow More Summary

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