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Women Soccer USWNT

Women’s Soccer and Equal Pay Headed On Collision Course

In the continuing debate over equal pay for women, rarely does the conflict extend into an area like athletic performance. That’s because other than areas like tennis or soccer (i.e. football to non-American audiences), the revenue streams from these sports … read more

Business

Starbucks Coffee China

Starbucks Thinking Big in China

For the past three decades, Starbucks has defied sceptics in rising from simply a regional favorite of coffee lovers in the far northwest of the United States into a global phenomenon that keeps getting bigger. Evidence of the latter came … read more

Politics

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The Empty Threats of North Korea

The country of North Korea is arguably the most isolated country on the planet, with the government of Kim Jong-Un showing little interest in helping his people adapt, and is more inclined to let them survive perpetual food shortages. Those … read more

Culture

Kesha Dr. Luke

The War Between Kesha and Dr. Luke Will Stay Heated

Conflicts between a musical artist and their record label have happened for decades, often leading to acrimonious charges that inevitably have to be settled in court. One current instance has singer-songwriter Kesha (Kesha Sebert) embroiled in a lawsuit with the … read more