For the 2016 fiscal year, President Obama officially proposed a $14 Billion dollar budget dedicated to protecting the government from cyber crime. Can the United States stop cyber crime?
The United States is considered the most powerful country in the world, but studies show this may change in 2025. Just how powerful is the U.S. and what are its biggest weaknesses?
When is an event considered “terrorism,” and when is it not? Who decides? The notoriously vague term is clarified.
Violent protests in Bahrain amongst Muslims have garnered global attention. What exactly is happening, and what is it all about?
Protesters are taking to the streets in Mexico City, clashing with police and vandalizing government property. Why have the protests turned so violent, and is the country on the brink of a revolution?
Although the Bosnian War ended 20 years ago, thousands of people continue to be harmed by leftover explosives. TestTube’s UnCovered takes a look at how a war that most of the world has forgotten is still destroying people’s lives.
You read that right. China is nervous about pigeons as potential terrorist threats.
The IRS has seen plenty of excuses from people trying to get out of paying their taxes. Jackie Kucinich takes a look at the agency’s own list of creative ways folks have tried to dodge tax day.
Chinese tycoons are increasingly using overseas acquisitions to boost their status inside and outside the country. Oliver Rui of the China Europe International Business School’s Kaifeng Centre for Family Heritage tells Wei Gu what Chinese investors can achieve by purchasing …
Since protests against the government began in December, some foreign companies have shelved expansion plans in Thailand. The WSJ’s Kathy Chu tells Jake Lee which aspects of the political impasse are causing the most concern.