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According to Richard Florida, there are three T’s for any nation to prosper in our time.
The late 20th century artist Basquiat is largely a triumph of popular culture and mass media over museums
The U.S. House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly on July 25 to impose tough new sanctions on Iran, North Korea and Russia, a move harshly criticized by Kremlin.
Turkey’s membership to the U.N. Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) was formally approved during a meeting in New York on July 25, the Foreign Ministry said on July 26.
This month’s G20 meeting in Hamburg showed Western countries still struggling for a strategy to stop suspected Russian meddling in their politics and hacking their elections
Lana Del Rey emerged on the music scene as a haunting figure. She was “Born to Die,” in the words of her breakthrough album, and darkness permeated her sound and worldview
The U.N. refugee agency accused Australia yesterday of reneging on an agreement to settle some vulnerable asylum seekers held in controversial offshore detention centres, but Canberra said no such agreement existed
With praise and a blessing for the military, President Donald Trump helped hand over the USS Gerald R. Ford to the Navy on July 22 and said the state-of-the-art aircraft carrier will send a “100,000-ton message to the world” about America’s military might when it is ultimately deployed
Eight people were found dead on July 23 inside a truck in a Walmart parking lot in San Antonio, Texas in what police said appeared to be “human trafficking crime.”
Jim Henson, the relentless innovator who gave the world Kermit the Frog and “The Muppet Show,” is getting a permanent tribute in New York, nearly 30 years after his death
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte hit back on July 21 at U.S. lawmakers opposed to the prospect of his visiting the White House, saying he would never go to the United States, which he called a “lousy” country
Negotiations on reworking North America’s landmark free trade pact will begin next month in Washington, U.S. officials announced on July 19.
Radiohead defied calls to boycott Israel over its occupation of Palestinian territory and played for tens of thousands in Tel Aviv on July 19, with singer Thom Yorke having dismissed critics as patronizing
“War for the Planet of the Apes” won this weekend’s battle of the box office in North America, riding on strong reviews and ever more natural-looking apes to take $56.3 million
Iranian authorities have detained President Hassan Rouhani’s brother, the judiciary spokesman said on July 16, in a corruption case that the president’s supporters say is politically motivated.
Following his roughly two-hour meeting this week with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson acknowledged that “things are getting a little better” between the two, a sharp contrast to Tillerson’s first trip to Turkey just a few short months ago
There is a great opportunity for unconventional energy reserves in Turkey’s southeast and northwest, Jim McFarland, president and CEO of Canada’s Valeura Energy, stated at the 22nd World Energy Congress in Istanbul on July 12
Oscar-winning filmmaker Quentin Tarantino is planning a movie based on the notorious Manson Family killings, according to U.S. media
Donald Trump’s eldest son released emails on Jul 11 showing he embraced Russian efforts to support his father’s presidential campaign, a shocking disclosure likely to further fuel speculation over Moscow’s suspected role in the election
A sacrificial wolf elaborately adorned with some of the finest Aztec gold ever found and buried more than five centuries ago has come to light in the heart of downtown Mexico City, once home to the Aztec empire’s holiest shrines
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