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Bill Gates says he’s not running for president but thinks that people expect too much from the government

In an AMA on Reddit, the Microsoft founder said that he has no plans to run for office.

South Korea will ban anonymous cryptocurrency trading to help boost transparency

New regulations set for next week will introduce a system to verify a person's identity before they can make a crypto transation.
You need the highest level of security clearance for this job.

The secret airline run by the US government is hiring — and to get the job, you have to share your drinking habits, sexual behavior, and mental ...

Forget secret agent — if you want one of the most exclusive, top-secret jobs about there, consider becoming a flight attendant.
A Saudi money changer displays Saudi Riyal banknotes at a currency exchange shop in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia July 27, 2017.

Saudi Arabia is giving many of its citizens $3000 for free

The government also announced plans to cut perks to royal family members, which angered many members of Saudi's elites.

Public housing plays a huge role in racial segregation and inequality — but not in the way most people think

ANALYSIS: Federal housing policy before and after World War II shaped American cities in a racially segregated way.
Framebridge Susan Tynan

How this woman grew her startup from zero to $58 million in three years

Susan Tynan has turned Framebridge into an online custom framing success with a wild career that included a stint as a White House staffer.

A congressman once held a 10-inch knife to John Boehner’s throat

John Boehner said that Alaska Rep. Don Young once held a 10-inch knife to his throat in the House chamber when the two disagreed about earmarks.

Google received a record breaking number of government data requests

Google received a record breaking number of government data requests in the first six months of 2017.
Tom Price.

Tom Price’s reasons for taking private jets at taxpayers’ expense don’t add up, report says

Tom Price's own agency's inspector general is now investigating his travel habits.

The US is still the leader in requesting data on Twitter users, but other countries are catching up

While the US is cutting back on its data requests from Twitter, other countries are ramping up their own. But some countries get little data from the company.