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The heartbreaking stories of decades-old homicide and missing persons cases classified as present day cold cases.
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Two authors wrote a lengthy book on the failures of modern nations. They place the blame mostly on "extractive institutions".
Thomas Robert Malthus foresaw the world running into an overpopulation problem long before anybody else did.
Is the mysterious disappearance of Air Asia QZ8501 over the Java Sea a repeat of the fateful Air France flight 447 crash of 2009? This hub looks at the evidence so far.
If he didn't coin the word, he certainly brought it to its current use, Jordan Belfort used ratholes to trade stocks in fraudulent companies he made deals with, undetected, for a while at least.
In June 2009, an Airbus 330 flying from Rio de Janeiro to Paris went missing over the Atlantic Ocean. For nearly two years the fate and whereabouts of its crew and 216 passengers remained a mystery...
The brides and grooms of these books failed to understand "until death we do part" isn't a licence to kill your spouse when your done with married life.
The market of counterfeit or fake products seems to be on a rise. In 2013, the industry was estimated to have been as large as half a trillion dollar industry.
After having received so many mistreatments, the theme of freedom is hard to see at its core---with all irrelevant conceptualizing, oftentimes merely touching some of its peripheral aspects.