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A Texas safari club's solution to saving the rhinos? Kill one.
Jan 10, 2014
The Safari Club of Dallas, Texas wants to auction off the right to shoot an endangered black rhinoceros... for conservation purposes.
Mandela knew economics could be tool of liberation, or oppression
Dec 6, 2013
The divided economy that Nelson Mandela had to confront in South Africa.
European summit almost gets the job done
Dec 9, 2011
A deal was reached among the majority of countries in the European Union at today's summit, but a few countries are sticking on the sidelines.
Coffee consumption on the rise around the world
Dec 8, 2011
Coffee consumption continues to grow globally, and some predict that the price of raw coffee will continue to dip in the coming years.
David Cameron not ready to agree on treaty changes
Dec 7, 2011
While the rest of Europe is ready to re-write treaties in the hopes of healing the debt crisis, British Prime Minister David Cameron is not ready to give up the interests of his own country.
IMF: World's financial system a worry
Oct 6, 2010
The world's financial system is the "achilles heel" of the global recovery. That's the conclusion of a new report from the International Monetary Fund.