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Record Numbers of U.S. Citizens Handing Back Passports

Record Numbers of U.S. Citizens Handing Back Passports

More U.S. citizens than at any time before are handing back their U.S. passports in favor of one from another country. The number of U.S. citizens as well as long-term permanent residents cutting official ties with the U.S. jumped... 
Life Without WhatsApp Began But Quickly Came to an End

Life Without WhatsApp Began But Quickly Came to an End

One day after a judge in Brazil ordered the full suspension of the cellphone chat and voice app WhatsApp for 48 hours, which cutoff millions from one of the most popular communications services in the country, another judge ended the... 
Admiring the Beauty of Seoul After a Long-Haul Flight

Admiring the Beauty of Seoul After a Long-Haul Flight

Seoul Special City or simply Seoul is the capital of South Korea. It is also the largest city of South Korea, famous for its diverse tourist attractions and rich ancient history. Seoul is crammed with historical places, as this used... 
More Workers Failing Drug Tests

More Workers Failing Drug Tests

The amount of drug tests returning positive by employees in the U.S. is increasing. Fueled by more use by employees of marijuana as well as amphetamines, failed drugs tests are on the rise for the first time in over a decade, according... 
Roca New High-End Tequila Launched by Patron

Roca New High-End Tequila Launched by Patron

Patron is one of the most iconic tequilas on the market, an ultra-premium brand that has for the most part redefined the drink as something more than a quick shot with lime and salt. However, in the more than 25 years since the brand... 
Hamptons Workers Struggle in Playground of the Rich

Hamptons Workers Struggle in Playground of the Rich

In Southampton, New York, the many people are filthy rich and real estate is so expensive that a handyman’s special home could set you back $2 million. The thrift shop in town has donations of designer handbags and dresses. However,... 
Study: Cheap Food to Blame for Obesity Problem in U.S.

Study: Cheap Food to Blame for Obesity Problem in U.S.

A new study reveals that the cause behind an endemic problem with obesity in the United States is there is too much affordability and availability of different kinds of food. Other research has blamed a number of other factors, including...