Damn, it has been a bad week for England. They lost to Iceland. And I don’t think I have ever been as excited as the commentator for Iceland.
While many communities across South Africa have improved tremendously since the fall of apartheid, there are still deep divisions that exist between the “haves” and the “have nots”. This series hopes to illuminate these divisions in a unique way, by using an aerial perspective to highlight both the proximity and the severity of these inequalities.
Of course, being nicknamed the “Pool of Death” doesn’t stop people from taking a dip: LIHUE, Hawaii (Associated Press) — Travel guidebooks call Kipu Falls “a glorious little hidden place” and a “swimming hole extraordinaire.” But the alluring beauty of the waterfall and natural pool conceals a deadly side. Five visitors have drowned at Kipu […]
She had posted this on Facebook a few months ago: “It would be horribly tragic if my ability to protect myself or my family were to be taken away,” Sheats wrote in March on her Facebook page, “but that’s exactly what Democrats are determined to do by banning semi-automatic handguns.” Unfortunately for her family, the […]
Mark Blyth, professor of Political Economy at Brown University, talks with ?AthensLive about the #Brexit vote and the ramifications on the ?UK and across ?Europe. He also considers the current situation in ?Greece and the long run effects of what he calls “Trampism”.