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January 9, 2019

Alcohol and humans share a long and complicated history. National Geographic reports that humans have created and used alcohol for at least 9,000 years. In modern society, alcohol is believed to be toxic. Mahatma Gandhi even went as far to say that “taking intoxicating...

January 4, 2019

As New Year’s day is celebrated, China and the United States mark the 40th anniversary of their diplomatic ties amidst one of the largest trade wars in economic history. Though messages of truce and cooperation were exchanged, the trade war between the two nations show...

January 3, 2019

The French seem not to believe in sucking up their problems. This may apply to the quotidien complaining after a day of work, but especially when it comes to their government. They believe they must challenge the system if it is to change for the better. A common enlig...

December 20, 2017

Whenever you open a google doc, check email, or binge Netflix, your Internet Service Provider (ISP) connects you and your device to the outside world. What makes the internet so amazing is that no matter what you are doing on it, your ISP is legally required to stream...

May 22, 2017

Currencies are an important consumer device in managing every financial transaction in the world, and for that reason many investors turn towards currency rates in explaining trends in the global markets. Oftentimes currencies are the “behind-the-scenes” of certain lar...

April 29, 2017

Anyone actively following business or finance will surely have heard news of some of the biggest banks in the media, and, equally, their biggest slip-ups. In the past few months, Wells Fargo was one of those banks. For those who don’t know, Wells is one of the largest...

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