photo by West Point via Flickr Large scale cyber breaches containing sensitive government information are more common than ever before, and their frequency, according to PEW research, is forecasted to trend upwards.
Photo courtesy of Rafael Matsunaga via Wikipedia. The stock market is rising while volatility is reaching new lows – here’s why that could actually spell trouble.
photo by Peter Jakobs via Flickr Incidents between Russia and Western powers have increased in both volume and volatility, leaving some wary of another Cold War.
Photo courtesy of ET3.com gallery, depicting their high-speed transit concept. Gas-guzzling vehicles, body-crowded subway cars, and maddening rush hour traffic can make any commute unbearably painful. But on the bright side, technology is advancing, and may soon make transportation a lot easier.
Photo courtesy of David Blackwell via Flickr. A lack of qualified candidates for open positions has some economists claiming there is a major skills gap in the U.S.
As violent crime plummets in the U.S., Latin America is becoming a global hotbed for murder, with 34 of the world’s 50 most violent cities located in the region.
Clockwise, from left: Image courtesy of the U.S. National Park Service, photo of Fort Wingate courtesy of Wikipedia. Photo of Forrest Fenn courtesy of the official Fenn treasure Facebook page. Dutch Schultz photo courtesy of Wikipedia. Some, like that couple in California, stumble over it by blind luck. Others spend their lives dedicated to hunting […]
Images courtesy of Wikimedia Commons, modified by Curiousmatic. Disparity in gender is nothing new, and though women’s rights have increased significantly over time, there are still notable gaps in equality that are only slowly and steadily narrowing.