The microprocessor, the Internet, Google Car ... numerous innovations were initiated or supported by the U.S. Department of Defense. In the digitally dominated 21st century, this gives the U.S. a significant competitive advantage.
Over four decades, Mike Royko published about 7,500 columns in his hometown of Chicago in three newspapers: the Daily News, the Sun-Times and the Tribune. A year before he died, he reflected on the more-than-probable reelection of Bill Clinton to the White House. Royko did this based on two surveys that moved away from [Read more]
Many legal observers are already predicting that two members of the Court’s conservative block will vote with the liberal wing to form a majority.
President Obama still argues that they will “change Putin’s calculus”. But no Russian I know believes this will happen.
Or are the lives of 500 dead Australians seen as acceptable in keeping favour with the White House?
By setting her sights on the White House in 2016, Hillary Clinton is facing a real danger: herself.
As of Sunday, it's official: Hillary Rodham Clinton will launch an attack on the White House.
In fact, she made the announcement by way of a tweet and a video, in which she placed emphasis on women, minorities, [Read more]
Of course, the United States bears significant blame for the fact that the southern Arabian Peninsula has turned into the latest flashpoint on the map of the Middle East. If it wanted to, Washington could urge Saudi Arabia, the initiator and organizer of the coalition against the Houthis, toward restraint. The White [Read more]
The case against Google open in Brussels is the opportunity to question one of the original myths of the Internet: freely allowing access to all the world's knowledge is not enough to make mankind freer.