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For expatriates, neither London, New York, or Paris are the most expensive

For expatriates, neither London, New York, or Paris are the most expensive

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What China's currency devaluation means for the world

What China's currency devaluation means for the world

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Fragile China pays the price for change

Fragile China pays the price for change

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Planned Parenthood half-billion dollar subsidy scrutinized

Planned Parenthood half-billion dollar subsidy scrutinized

Senator Rand Paul seeks to cut funding for Planned Parenthood.

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Popularity of 'socialist' Pope Francis takes a dive among U.S. conservatives

Popularity of 'socialist' Pope Francis takes a dive among U.S. conservatives

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Baby parts for sale by Planned Parenthood

Baby parts for sale by Planned Parenthood

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China caught between two evils as stock market collapses

China caught between two evils as stock market collapses

Beijing continues, ineffectively, intervention to prop up markets. A collapse of the stock market would likely increase deposits in ordinary bank accounts. This would compel Beijing to rely more on banks to fuel growth and financial liberalization

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Nicaragua shows progress in economy and property rights

Nicaragua shows progress in economy and property rights

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Follow the money to the gay marriage victory in Ireland

Follow the money to the gay marriage victory in Ireland

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Fair Trade is good for economic development

Fair Trade is good for economic development

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Development of poor countries can end mass migration

Development of poor countries can end mass migration

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Big Brother rules on Christmas tree lights

Big Brother rules on Christmas tree lights

Big Brother puts the muscle on Father Christmas.

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Is America no longer the world's economic engine?

Is America no longer the world's economic engine?

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Obama opposes fellow Democrats on free trade

Obama opposes fellow Democrats on free trade

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What is fair about Fair Trade?

What is fair about Fair Trade?

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Fifty Shades of Grey teddy bear advertised on NPR

Fifty Shades of Grey teddy bear advertised on NPR

Express your inner BDSM to your loved one with a dominant bear toy.

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Millenials: Be glad! McPizza is still available

Millenials: Be glad! McPizza is still available

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Republicans, road builders and unions favor Michigan tax hike

Republicans, road builders and unions favor Michigan tax hike

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Putin in a dangerous cash/debt spiral

Putin in a dangerous cash/debt spiral

Crisis compared to the collapse of the Soviet Union in the late 1980s after the Saudis' decision to quadruple oil production in the second half of 1985.

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Stop the madness of Un-Thanksgiving

Stop the madness of Un-Thanksgiving

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'Fair Trade' and the social teachings of the Catholic Church

'Fair Trade' and the social teachings of the Catholic Church

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Butron: buy your castle in Spain

Butron: buy your castle in Spain

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Pope Francis is no communist

Pope Francis is no communist

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Honduras: Obama doesn't provide enough support to stem emigration of minors

Honduras: Obama doesn't provide enough support to stem emigration of minors

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Francois Hollande leads France in a U-turn

Francois Hollande leads France in a U-turn

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Africa is emerging into a bright economic future

Africa is emerging into a bright economic future

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PUMP: a movie that can kick the oil addiction

PUMP: a movie that can kick the oil addiction

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PUMP: see the movie that can end the American oil addiction

PUMP: see the movie that can end the American oil addiction

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Michigan's corporate welfare keeps rolling on

Michigan's corporate welfare keeps rolling on

Michigan Loses 40K Grads; Corporate Welfare Program Paid $127K Each To Keep 125 of Them. Analyst: 'If the program was really about retaining college graduates or reversing the brain drain, it is clearly a failure'.

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Michigan taxpayers bankroll Hollywood movie sequel

Michigan taxpayers bankroll Hollywood movie sequel

Film-maker Michael Moore, who made Bowling for Columbine and Roger and Me, also enjoyed a substantial subsidy from taxpayers.

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Fair Trade is a fair taste of social justice

Fair Trade is a fair taste of social justice

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California: dead last among states favorable to business

California: dead last among states favorable to business

In a study conducted by Chief Executive Magazine, California came in 50th among the 50 states of the Union.

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IBM: Holocaust 'Business' is its middle name

IBM: Holocaust 'Business' is its middle name

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Obama is expected to discuss NSA scandal with Spanish president

Obama is expected to discuss NSA scandal with Spanish president

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For Sale: Spanish airport on the block at 10 percent of cost

For Sale: Spanish airport on the block at 10 percent of cost

The Ciudad Real airport, sometimes called the 'ghost airport', is being auctioned for a fraction of its cost, at the expense of taxpayers.

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Nicaragua leads Central America in fostering EU trade

Nicaragua leads Central America in fostering EU trade

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Twitter in Spanish grows as does Spanish language internet

Twitter in Spanish grows as does Spanish language internet

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Carlos Slim goes on petroleum buying spree in Spain

Carlos Slim goes on petroleum buying spree in Spain

Mexican plutocrat Carlos Slim, who owns Telmex and America Movil, among other telcom and finance interests, is moving definitely into the energy sector.

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Drop in Mexican immigrants reflected in lower remittance amounts

Drop in Mexican immigrants reflected in lower remittance amounts

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Homeowners taxed to fund Obamacare

Homeowners taxed to fund Obamacare

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Be careful while shopping for the 'Green' label

Be careful while shopping for the 'Green' label

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Vatican Bank cites 86 million euro profit in first public report

Vatican Bank cites 86 million euro profit in first public report

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The Holocaust, Syria, and the German business of poison gas

The Holocaust, Syria, and the German business of poison gas

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Big Business joins Big Government to force Common Core Curriculum

Big Business joins Big Government to force Common Core Curriculum

Why is a Big Oil big shot pushing Obama's corporatist education agenda? Ask Rex Tillerson.

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Michigan family's chickens are part of larger agrarian movement

Michigan family's chickens are part of larger agrarian movement

The Martin family of New Boston, Michigan, are part of a healthy trend throughout the country in which those who seek healthy eating find allies who grow healthy food that is not laden with chemicals and additives.

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Peru: oil discovery promises energy independence

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Rock star Bono advocates capitalism to lift up Africa

Rock star Bono advocates capitalism to lift up Africa

Bono, the lead singer of Irish band U2, has long been known for charitable activities. He is also a venture capitalist and recently said "entrepreneurial capitalism" takes more people out of poverty than aid.

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Technological development may reduce agricultural nitrogen pollution

Technological development may reduce agricultural nitrogen pollution

Nitrogen used in agricultural fertilizer and is a major source of pollution in the Gulf of Mexico, causing a hazardous 'dead zone' that is depleted of oxygen.

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Paraguay: President-elect has social and economic challenges on his plate

Paraguay: President-elect has social and economic challenges on his plate

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Paraguay: River transportation key to business development

Paraguay: River transportation key to business development

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Mexico: 60% of working children leave school

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Americans are driving less than in years past

Americans are driving less than in years past

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Christian lawfirm files suit for relief from HHS abortion mandate

Christian lawfirm files suit for relief from HHS abortion mandate

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Has the end come for the Chinese economic juggernaut?

Has the end come for the Chinese economic juggernaut?

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Rehabilitating Detroit: one step at a time

Rehabilitating Detroit: one step at a time

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Banning Walmart from Washington DC hurts the poor

Banning Walmart from Washington DC hurts the poor

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Expectations are bullish for Paraguay's international trade

Expectations are bullish for Paraguay's international trade

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Film-maker chronicles Holocaust connections of multinational I.G. Farben

Film-maker chronicles Holocaust connections of multinational I.G. Farben

The next time you take a Bayer aspirin for a headache, think about mass murder and genocide.

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Pope warns that 'Money should serve, not rule'

Pope warns that 'Money should serve, not rule'

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Mexico: Food prices sky-rocket

Mexico: Food prices sky-rocket

Tomatoes are going for $5.77 per kilo in Mexico.

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Practical suggestions for Catholic evangelization

Practical suggestions for Catholic evangelization

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Nike sells insensitive shirts labelled 'Boston Massacre'

Nike sells insensitive shirts labelled 'Boston Massacre'

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Why the chemical industry pushes for chemical abortions

Why the chemical industry pushes for chemical abortions

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Fetal stem cell research advances in Michigan

Fetal stem cell research advances in Michigan

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Paraguay and Panama celebrate 20 years of growing bilateral trade

Paraguay and Panama celebrate 20 years of growing bilateral trade

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Paraguay emerges as major beef exporter to the world

Paraguay emerges as major beef exporter to the world

Russia is the biggest market for Paraguayan beef.

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MERCOSUR emerges as world's breadbasket

MERCOSUR emerges as world's breadbasket

Paraguay is the world's growth leader.

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Bankrupt justice in the case of Peabody Energy and Patriot Coal

Bankrupt justice in the case of Peabody Energy and Patriot Coal

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Paraguayan president touts investment opportunities for American businesses

Paraguayan president touts investment opportunities for American businesses

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Detroit tax assessors earn $100K for part-time work

Detroit tax assessors earn $100K for part-time work

Houses that sold for $100 in Detroit were assessed at $46,000 by the city. Thousands of tax foreclosures go unaddressed by the cash-strapped city.

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Paraguay expected to protest Argentina's effective trade blockade

Paraguay expected to protest Argentina's effective trade blockade

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Promising natural gas find in Paraguay

Promising natural gas find in Paraguay

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Has China reached the end of its rope?

Has China reached the end of its rope?

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China's 'empty cities' show no sign of slowing down

China's 'empty cities' show no sign of slowing down

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Exported from Detroit: No Maseratis

Exported from Detroit: No Maseratis

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Desperate 'savages' aboard a Carnival Cruise ship

Desperate 'savages' aboard a Carnival Cruise ship

On a return voyage to Galveston TX, a Carnival Cruise line is now drifting near Mexico. Passengers have no power, A/C, hot food, or toilet facilities. Passengers are desperate.

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Anti-Israel rallies expected in the UK

Anti-Israel rallies expected in the UK

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Norwegian airline gets word of delay from Boeing

Norwegian airline gets word of delay from Boeing

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Paraguay election in a tizzy following unresolved death of opposition candidate

Paraguay election in a tizzy following unresolved death of opposition candidate

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Paraguay has cash reserves to pay foreign debt twice

Paraguay has cash reserves to pay foreign debt twice

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Obama administration intervenes in beer merger

Obama administration intervenes in beer merger

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Edwin Black lectures on how BP created the modern Mideast

Edwin Black lectures on how BP created the modern Mideast

Acclaimed author and investigative journalist Edwin Black will lecture on the Redline Agreement - a diplomatic manouevre by the Great Powers to secure oil in the Mideast in the early 20th century. He will speak at Florida Atlantic University on Feb.5.

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Paraguay's exports of beef, rice, maize, wheat show increase

Paraguay's exports of beef, rice, maize, wheat show increase

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California loses its lustre and sends business away

California loses its lustre and sends business away

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A new century for New Mexico

A new century for New Mexico

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Paraguay's beef exports on the rise

Paraguay's beef exports on the rise

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Expropriations and fines likely for destabilized Venezuela

Expropriations and fines likely for destabilized Venezuela

Due to the current political crisis, necessary economic changes will be postponed for an increasingly unstable Venezuela, a big exporter of oil to the US.

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Brazilian beef infected with mad cow disease

Brazilian beef infected with mad cow disease

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Mexico greets New Year with higher gasoline prices

Mexico greets New Year with higher gasoline prices

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'Sleazy and disgraceful' Al Gore sells out to Qatar

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Venezuela making most of MERCOSUR membership

Venezuela making most of MERCOSUR membership

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Some good news for social justice comes from Asia and Latin America

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Paraguay: tremendous growth in tourism sector

Paraguay: tremendous growth in tourism sector

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Paraguay is open for business

Paraguay is open for business

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Colombian FARC insurgents resort to gold mining

Colombian FARC insurgents resort to gold mining

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For Christmas, buy fair-trade gifts

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Hundreds descend on Michigan capital protesting 'right-to-work' law

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Paraguayan president seals business deals in Miami

Paraguayan president seals business deals in Miami

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The Millionaire from Nazareth?

The Millionaire from Nazareth?

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Oil find is a game-changer for Paraguay

Oil find is a game-changer for Paraguay

President Franco of Paraguay visits U.S. to discuss oil exploration in poverty-stricken arid region of the South American country. Paraguay currently imports oil, mostly from Venezuela.

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