It has been almost a year since global health officials heard word that a new coronavirus, officially termed COVID-19, had emanated from the Chinese city of Wuhan. And while much of the world is grappling with crippled economies and the second wave of infections and deaths, analysts and economists project that Beijing is already standing to gain from the devastation long before the dust has settled.
How much have American taxpayers thrown into corruption, failed projects and flagrant misspending? On average, each U.S. taxpayer has forked out $3,000 for the Afghan war effort, with a total price tag exceeding $1 trillion.
A number of opposition leaders in Venezuela are financially skirting the Nicolas Maduro regime with an unprecedented public-private partnership known as the "stablecoin solution," as the Venezuelan bolívar faces dizzying depreciation.
With less than a day before Americans head to the polls for the 2020 presidential election, the issue of energy policy – in particular fracking – continues to be a point of contention between the two candidates.
Tuesday's Presidential vote could bring about significant changes for the strong and proud, who for generations have lurched far below the earth's surface into the sooty pleats of the underground to extract vital sources of energy.
A cast of characters pushed for a viable third-party option not aligned with the red or blue for U.S. voters when they hit the stage for the first-ever Independent National Convention this weekend.
Microsoft's relationship with China has come under scrutiny amid ongoing discussions for the tech conglomerate's potential acquisition of the dance video app TikTok.
Since 2015, U.S. active-duty military personnel and veterans have lost a combined $379.6 million to an assortment of financial scams ranging from government impersonation to phony sweepstakes.
Beijing's state-of-the-art surveillance cameras, monitoring every millimeter; facial recognition algorithms and images captured on CCTV are just the beginning.