Ironically, walls and fences have often had the opposite of their intended effects — especially for the droves of migrants looking to enter the European Union.
Since Hurricane Katrina, the New Orleans school system has been reborn. But somewhere along the way, an untold number of students may have been left behind.
The 2013 verdict, which ruled that some NSA actions were unlawful, granted a preliminary injunction to prevent the collection of raw data.
Lawsuits filed against the three biggest U.S. terrestrial radio broadcasters could cost them hundreds of millions of dollars.
The resignation comes one week after the adultery website was victimized in a massive hack that exposed the personal information and sexual preferences of more than 37 million customers.
Consumer spending is one of the most important elements of the country’s economy, which has been hit hard by rising interest rates and China's economic slowdown.
Kenya's capital city has more than 130 bus lines and 3.5 million people who rely on them.
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