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Why is England Becoming the Divorce Capital of the World for the Rich?

Why is England Becoming the Divorce Capital of the World for the Rich?

London is quickly becoming the divorce capital of the world, especially for the super rich — not all of whom are U.K. citizens. Thousands of wealthy Chinese, Russian, American and…

Massive Billboard from LG Sets a New Guinness World Record

Massive Billboard from LG Sets a New Guinness World Record

One stretch of desert highway near Saudi Arabia’s King Khalid International Airport is now home to an outdoor advertisement unlike anything seen before. According to Digital Trends, a new billboard…

News to Sink Your Teeth Into: Human Teeth Found in Jesus Statue

News to Sink Your Teeth Into: Human Teeth Found in Jesus Statue

Upon first glance, the Christ of Patience statue doesn’t look any different from other statues of its time. The statue features a seated Christ gazing sadly off into the distance,…

China’s Luxury Home Corruption Crackdown Continues

China’s Luxury Home Corruption Crackdown Continues

China has been undergoing a major corruption crackdown as of late, and the luxury housing market is starting to look a little more transparent these days. The country’s hospitality industry…

Satellite Phones Prove Vital In Remote Areas

Satellite Phones Prove Vital In Remote Areas

Severe winds caused two large trees to fall onto two unsuspecting campers huddled in their tent in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness in Minnesota last week. Suffering from multiple…

Mumbai Aims to Improve Train Safety By Adding Automatic Sliding Doors to Its Trains

Mumbai Aims to Improve Train Safety By Adding Automatic Sliding Doors to Its Trains

Citizens in Mumbai in India can face dangers when traveling by train, but the city’s railway officials aim to change the trains’ conditions by adding one crucial component: automatic sliding…

The SST is Denying More Canadian Disability Appeals Than in The Past

The SST is Denying More Canadian Disability Appeals Than in The Past

Are Canadians being denied long-term disability at a higher rate now than in the past? In 2005, about 60% of claimants were able to successfully appeal their cases when the federal government…

World’s Most Efficient Metro System Maintained by Artificial Intelligence

World’s Most Efficient Metro System Maintained by Artificial Intelligence

Hong Kong’s metro is one of the most profitable, efficient systems in the world, being on time nearly 99.9% of the time. Reason being in part because it has an…

Armed Forces Day Activities in UK Encourage Reservists to Wear a Different Uniform to Work

Armed Forces Day Activities in UK Encourage Reservists to Wear a Different Uniform to Work

From emergency response personnel to mail carriers, many workers around the world rely on uniforms to do their jobs. In the United Kingdom, military reservists are wore a different sort…

Brazil’s Haphazard World Cup Construction Claimed at Least Eight Construction Workers

Brazil’s Haphazard World Cup Construction Claimed at Least Eight Construction Workers

In the haphazard, last-minute attempts to ready Brazil for the World Cup, at least eight construction workers lost their lives,with the most recent death occurring just three days before the…