Articles by Julia Glum

Julia Glum joined the International Business Times in October 2014 as a breaking news reporter specializing in youth affairs.


How To Survive Mercury Retrograde

Because Mercury was a messenger, the retrograde movements could cause you to have problems with communications, decision-making and travel.

On 'Steve Harvey,' Nancy Grace Calls Out Casey Anthony

"I have never met in all my years ... one crime victim's family of a murdered or missing child that 'sleeps pretty good at night,'" Grace said, referencing remarks Anthony made in a recent interview with the Associated Press.

Remembering Don Rickles

Although Rickles, who also worked as an actor and once won a Primetime Emmy, may have passed, his legacy persists. Here are some of his best quotes.

Tennessee Teen, Teacher Still Missing

Tad Cummins, 50, has been accused of kidnapping former student Elizabeth Thomas, 15, in the wake of a school investigation into their relationship. Here's a full timeline of the case.

Argentina To OK Medical Cannabis Use

After a Wednesday Senate vote followed by applause and tears from activists, the legislation was set to advance to the desk of President Mauricio Macri to be signed into law.


An Iranian woman walks past a mural painted on the outer walls of the former US embassy in Tehran on September 20, 2020

What US Sanctions Mean For Iran

“Our actions today are a warning that should be heard worldwide. No matter who you are, if you violate the U.N. arms embargo on Iran, you risk sanctions” -- U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo