A British restauranteur is looking to raise about $50,000 through online-funding platform Kickstarter to transform his pop-up burger stand into one permanently housed in two stacked used cargo containers.
Over the years, tax policy has been a key tool in keeping the safety net that protects the nation's poor intact.
A multilateral effort to destroy the Syrian government's chemical arsenal cleared its first hurdle after missing year-end deadline.
Cambodian police shot three garment factory workers participating in a strike today. Spreading labor unrest is just the latest challenge to the rule of strongman Hun Sen.
A new IRS rule could cause the vast majority of restaurant owners to discontinue the practice of automatic gratuities. That's bad news for servers.
An estimated 500 people have been killed since fighting within the Sudan People's Liberation Movement (SPLM) army broke out over the weekend in what the government calls an attempted coup.
Workers are dealing with massive heaps of debris from typhoon Haiyan, a record storm that hit The Philippines five weeks ago. A push is under way to get schools in affected areas open soon.
Changing energy portfolios are factoring into oil supply and demand equations in the future. The potential for Iran to return to oil markets could particularly shake up OPEC and the global outlook.
Singapore riots: Conditions and pay are poor for booming Singapore's migrant workers, who make up about one-quarter of the overall workforce. The Singapore riots were sparked by the death of an Indian guest worker.
'American Mirror,' Solomon's bio, includes allegations that Rockwell's paintings include homoerotic undertones.