Zimbabwe Spirals Into Economic Chaos As Fears Of Another Hyperinflation Begin To Spark

Via GoldTelegraph.com, Zimbabwe has a history of economic chaos and misery. In 2008, Zimbabwe had the second-highest incidence of hyperinflation in recorded history. The estimated inflation rate from November 2008 was 79,600,000,000%. Currently, citizens of Zimbabwe are stocking up on essentials such as bread, beef, cooking…

Republicans Finally Get Mad- But Will it Last Til the Midterms?

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A $500 Million Bank Heist And Its “Ocean’s Eleven”-Style Schemers Thwarted By An HSBC Teller

It could go down as the largest heist that a single lowly bank teller ever thwarted in history. Not only did the window teller’s own bank’s system and higher ups at HSBC Holdings PLC fail to detect a fraudulent transfer of a half-billion dollars, but it initially appeared perfectly legitimate…

Opioid Crisis Emerges As Top Campaign Theme For Midterms 

The opioid epidemic is the deadliest drug overdose crisis in US history – on track to kill more people over the next ten years than currently live in entire cities like Baltimore or Miami. More people died last year from drug overdoses than American soldiers during…

Animated Map: Visualizing 2,400 Years Of European History

The history of Europe is breathtakingly complex. While there are rare exceptions like Andorra and Portugal, which have had remarkably static borders for hundreds of years, as Visual Capitalist’s Nick Routley points out, jurisdiction over portions of the continent’s landmass has changed hands innumerable times. Today’s video…