Millions of people have taken the plunge and invested in bitcoin. Some people have made five or even 10 times their initial investment. Others have lost half or more of their funds. It’s a risky market. But none looks riskier than the new crypto coming out of Venezuela.
It’s hard to imagine a more amusing 2020 US presidential race than one in which Donald Trump goes head to head with Oprah Winfrey. Stranger things have happened. And it sounds like Trump is already looking forward to it.
Russia has been accused of meddling in both the Brexit vote and the 2016 US Presidential Election. Now it seems that it’s Russia’s turn to accuse the West of meddling.
For a nation with only 24 million people, Australia’s refugee intake is quite generous, with Turnbull flagging the annual intake will rise to 19,000. Especially when compared to Japan, who took in a grand total of 20 refugees last year. That’s right…
Ever tougher sanctions may be enough to bring North Korea’s regime to its knees. But they will take time to work. And they need to be strictly adhered to by all.
US President Donald Trump recently delivered a US$1.5 trillion tax break to corporate America. The next big campaign promise he has yet to fulfil is his massive infrastructure plan.
Far too many powerful forces — the Deep State, if you will — are working against a successful Brexit. They are pushing for a second referendum. And they are using every delaying tactic in their arsenal.
This outcome was almost certainly foreseen. US President Donald Trump has dashed Democrats’ hopes of releasing a politicised rebuttal to the Republicans’ memo.
The British were master colonists. At the start of the 20th Century, the British Empire reached across every continent on the planet. And now The Gambia has re-joined the Commonwealth.
Ethical funds have been sprouting like weeds in recent years. Many of these funds shun companies involved in fossil fuels. But investors who turn their backs on coal may be interested in the latest news out of China…
If you’re thinking about travelling to Poland, you may want to review the words you no longer can say. Uttering the term ‘Polish death camp’, for example, could see you serving three years in Polish prison.
The Winter Olympics will see the Korean nations compete together in select events. But even before the Olympics’ opening ceremony, US officials are sounding alarm bells about Kim Jong-un’s nuclear capabilities.
The battle of the memos in the US would be farcical…if the stakes weren’t so high. Now the Democrats are insisting its their turn to have a go on the merry-go-round. And the Republicans are playing ball…
International sanctions in place against North Korea are the toughest ever. Even China has been restricting trade with its neighbour. The aim is to force Kim Jong-un’s regime to abandon its nuclear weapons programs.
The explosive House Intelligence Committee memo is out. And the race is on to define what it means to the common man. US President Donald Trump was adamant that the contents clear him in the ongoing Russia investigation.
The memo promises to be explosive. Politicians, journalists, and much of the general public are on the edge of their seats. Will it exonerate Donald Trump and sully his Democratic opponents?
The US military is already the world’s most powerful and best funded fighting force. And if Trump gets his way, the military is about to get a blank cheque to ensure its power is unrivalled.
President Vladimir Putin has turned the other cheek following a clear provocation from the US. In what appears as an effort to maintain ongoing tensions with Russia, the US released a list of Russian businessmen close to the Kremlin.
The memo, according to Republicans, shows anti-Trump bias by the FBI and the Justice Department in seeking a warrant to conduct an intelligence eavesdropping operation.
Today the world’s most powerful militaries fight proxy wars across the Middle East. They conveniently back opposing sides, ensuring that victory and some kind of peace remain forever out of reach.
US President Donald Trump is a master deal maker. At least in his own mind. Aside from making tough deals of his own, Trump has a knack for telling other world leaders the types of deals they should be pursuing.
Most readers will be familiar with bitcoin. While far fewer will have heard of NEM coins. Let alone invested in them. But with news of one of the world’s largest crypto thefts making global headlines, NEM coins have gained some unwanted publicity.
According to US government statistics, the US trade deficit with China was $347.0 billion in 2016. Meaning the Chinese look to have a lot more to lose.
All seven of the co-chairs at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland are women this year. And co-chair Sharon Burrow, for one, is not looking forward to US President Donald Trump’s attendance.
Governments prefer to control their own propaganda. And historically they’ve been quite good at it. They certainly don’t appreciate it when foreign governments step on their version of ‘real news’.
We may well never learn the truth behind the alleged Russian meddling in the US presidential election. But that bleak reality isn’t stopping Special Counsel Robert Mueller.