Authored by Brian McGlinchey via Stark RealitiesWhen Russian President Vladimir Putin granted citizenship to NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden on Monday, the news revived a long-simmering debate

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According to the latest data published by the United Nations, the number of international migrants amounted to 281 million in 2020, which is equivalent to 3.6

Taichung Commercial Bank of Taiwan said on Friday it had agreed to buy California-based American Continental Bank for approximately $82 million as part of

Following a dramatic year of controversial rulings, the Supreme Court begins hearing new cases on Monday with a full agenda. The court overturned abortion rights and expanded gun

Here’s a potential inflation hedge to save money in a time of rising costs and interest rates: a rising credit score. People with “very

Democratic leaders are facing heat as legislation aimed at banning lawmakers from trading stocks hits a snag in Congress. We’ll also look at the

Equity markets fell back off a cliff on Friday after a rally on Thursday as investors continued to process ongoing interest rate hikes from

A majority of Americans say the Supreme Court is “out of touch,” according to a poll released Friday by Monmouth University. About 60