But the Lib Dems hit a new record low September might have been one of the most dramatic months in British politics since the last general election, with the near-dissolution of the three-centuries old Anglo-Scottish Union but you wouldn’t know it from the polls. That the Yes and No camps crossed party lines and brought […]
NASA has published these two images of the Aral Sea, which used to be the fourth biggest lake in the world before the Soviet Union plugged into the rivers that fed it to irrigate massive agricultural areas. The photo on the right was taken in 2000. On the left you can see its current state. Read more...
Theirs was the perfect union of high style and political savvy, of bright-eyed exuberance and liberal leanings.
A fifth Eastern Conference championship banner already sways from the rafters of the arena that the Miami Heat call home, the list of Southeast Division titles has been updated and Gabrielle Union watched from courtside for the first time as Mrs. Dwyane Wade.
SEOUL (Reuters) - Hyundai Motor Co's unionized workers in South Korea voted in favor of a wage deal by a slim margin, averting more strikes in the automaker's biggest manufacturing base. A total of 51.5 percent of Hyundai Motor voters...Show More Summary
Lena Dunham shows off her new book “Not That Kind of Girl” at her very first signing on her book tour on Tuesday evening (September 30) at Barnes & Noble Union Square in New York City. The 28-year-old Girls actress was joined by her pal Amy Schumer at the event. “To all of you who [...]
The most senior 178 janitors would keep their jobs, while the remaining 290 would be able to work until the end of October before having to find new work. [ more › ]
The ACU is the group that puts on CPAC.
Decreased quality. Increased debt. An expanded campus. A hollowed community. Two classes of students. The end of meritocracy. Another school fallen prey to policies being adopted by universities around the country. [ more › ]
We recently wrote about the hearing of Cecilia Malmström, likely to be the next trade commissioner for the European Union. On the same day, Günther Oettinger, the candidate for the post responsible for "digital economy and society," was also quizzed by members of the European Parliament. Show More Summary
Alexander McQueen is no stranger to unicorns. Sure, the brand is more well-known for its skulls and Union Jack-inspired designs. But you do see a unicorn here and there. They are bold and striking, making just as big of a statement as any skull. Show More Summary
"How permanent are the effects of that?" Last night's release event for Lena Dunham's Not That Kind of Girl, held at the Union Square Barnes & Noble, didn't promise to offer much in the way of food-related entertainment. And yet, during...Show More Summary
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The SPIRE Federal Credit Union serves residents of Minnesota and Wisconsin, so that would explain why us New Yorkers have never heard of it before. But it's already found its way into our hearts, by choosing a lady who likes comic books for one of those "look how homey and personal and not a capitalist edifice we are" commercials. Show More Summary
``Russia cut natural gas supplies to European Union member Slovakia by 50% Wednesday, Moscow's latest and most significant reduction in energy supplies to an EU country that is helping Ukraine build gas supplies ahead of winter. Slovakia's prime minister said the supply cut is a politically driven message to the EU as it negotiates fragile gas talks between Moscow and Kiev.''
By Steven Greenhut, Human Events Recent polls show most Democratic candidates for statewide office in California holding significant leads over their GOP rivals, which means the most intensely fought and ideologically charged race in the November election is between two Democrats.
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#01_October on 1989 Denmark introduces the world's first legal modern same-sex civil union called "registered partnership". — This Day In History (@Wiki_History) October 1, 2014 Photo by Rex Wockner.
Mobile roaming fees within European Union countries has been slated for 2015 reductions as part of moves aimed at eliminating roaming fees altogether, originally forecast for 2016. But there might now be a delay in the timetable forShow More Summary
By David Zahniser and Abby Sewell, Los Angeles Times Gov. Jerry Brown has vetoed a bill that would have given public employee unions a greater say over who serves on the influential panels that issue decisions on labor-management disputes in L.A. city and county government.