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This week, Domino's announced it's now filling potholes in towns across the US. Experts say it's part of a larger trend of companies picking up the slack for civic services usually funded by local, state, and federal governments.
UK lawmakers are calling for a London crackdown on ‘Russian corruption’ in the interests of national security
The UK Foreign Affairs Committee have proposed measures that could tighten the sanctions regime against Russia and limit "dirty money" flows to London in the interests of "national security."
Trump earns more than six times the average American as president — here’s how much 32 world leaders make compared to the citizens in thei...
The salary of US President Donald Trump is at least six times that of the average American citizen. Mexico and Australia top the list of countries with the biggest pay gap by that measure. See the salary differences between OECD country world leaders and their citizens.
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.
New regulations set for next week will introduce a system to verify a person's identity before they can make a crypto transation.
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.
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.
Susan Tynan has turned Framebridge into an online custom framing success with a wild career that included a stint as a White House staffer.