Businessman Michael Milken has had a career many others could only dream of. In the 1980’s he became a millionaire before he had turned 30 with many looking at him as a prime example of the excesses of the decade. However he soon ended up falling from his position as one of the most powerful […]
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Sandra Hart is a Contributing Editor at The National Digest based in the United Kingdom. You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Each year millions of us like to travel somewhere new for our vacation and 2019 was no different. According to statistics, nearly 100,000 Americans chose to head to Fiji for their annual break, an increase of 13 per cent from 2018. But it is not just holidaymakers from America that are heading to this island […]
Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection has been filed by America’s second largest newspaper chain McClatchy with reasons including financial challenges in the news industry alongside a pension crisis being cited. Based in Sacramento, the chain owns publications Kansas City Star, The Charlotte Observer and The Sacramento Bee amongst many others across their 30 newsrooms. A deal […]
This week the medical charity Doctors Without Borders (MSF) have released details of their latest study which clearly shows that over two-thirds of migrants from El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras – Central America’s northern triangle countries – have seen a member of their family disappear, be kidnapped or murdered before they left their country. The […]
Two years ago a gunman entered Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland and killed 17 innocent people. Three weeks later a “red flag” was instated allowing judges to remove guns from people deemed to be a danger to society. In Florida it means that in the last three weeks a 31 year old man […]
In a world where population numbers are rapidly increasing it is unusual to find an area where there is a significant decline in population figures. However, head to Serbia in south eastern Europe and you will find a different story.
There have been many questions raised by President Trump’s latest travel ban, which has been imposed on four more African countries. Many visas for citizens of Nigeria and Eritrea have seen heavy restrictions applied to them.
Fast forward to 2020 and they are now the latest commodity for business with 22 million Americans now living in ‘manufactured housing’ that look more like a ‘typical ranch house’, but only costing around half the price.
There was a time when being able to get a ticket to a recording of a show was a massive treat, with people queuing for tickets just to see their favorite stars. However nowadays the ticket does not seem to be enough.
January saw the American College of Physicians – which has around 159,000 members – release a paper stating they believed that a single-payer system would increase the level of care patients receive while also reducing costs.
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