Alright, so that’s a bit of a quote out of context. What Rep. Steve King of Iowa really wrote this month was in response to citizenship as a birthright in the United States. If you’re born in the United States, you’re a citizen, and it’s
When Coca Cola thinks of soccer, this is the image it has in mind: A person walks into Coca Cola’s marketing building – the Casa Coca Cola – behind the new Maracana stadium in Brazil, sits on a bench and has a weird box harnessed
So that you can sit on your couch, watching other people you play soccer, huge numbers of people have been evicted from their homes to make way for parking lots. So that these soccer games can take place in the kind of pretty stadium with
Does prayer really work wonders? Not according to epidemiologst Maria Inês da Rosa. Da Rosa and her research team published results of a double-blind randomized trial in the Brazilian Journal of Science and Public Health last year. Half of the more than five hundred pregnant
The NSA used its Internet spying tool PRISM, and another named BOUNDLESS INFORMANT to conduct a spying operation against ambassadors from India at the United Nations headquarters, which is within the borders of the USA.
Are Barack Obama’s economic advisers truly so incompetent that they need to rely on NSA spies to understand foreign countries’ foreign policies and to make predictions of international financial crises?
The Department of Justice has been given ongoing access to a massive database of information about Americans’ private telephone calls, for investigations that have nothing to do with preventing terrorist attacks.
Is there a Brazilian terrorist menace? When you dance the Bossa Nova, do you dance with Osama Bin Laden’s ghost?