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By Carey Reed
In a military move not seen since the Cold War, Sweden stepped up a search for possible "foreign underwater activity" in waters located approximately 31 miles from Stockholm Saturday, Reuters reported.
By Barbara Bergmann
Liberal economist Barbara Bergmann opposes the basic income for all the reasons libertarian economist Charles Murray supports it. Instead of replacing public assistance with a minimum income, she would prefer beefing up existing social welfare programs to be more like…
Stem Cell Scientists Gurdon and Yamanaka Win Nobel Prize in Medicine…
Conversation: Marcus Samuelsson Says "Yes, Chef" In New Memoir…
By Jenny Marder
Save the Children Report: Best and Worst Countries to be a Mom…
By Paul Solman
// Update: Watch Land of the Free, Home of the Poor and Americans Facing More Inequality, More Debt and Now More Trouble? to see the first two parts of Paul Solman's ongoing series of reports on U.S. economic…
Editor’s Note | Aug. 17, 2011: The middle pie represents the income distribution of Sweden. For more, see ‘Building a Better America–One Wealth Quintile at a Time‘ by Dan Ariely and Michael I. Norton. The correct answer was ‘Freedonia’…
By Tom LeGro
In today's arts and culture headlines, Peruvian writer Mario Vargas Llosa wins the 2010 Nobel Prize in Literature.
By Larisa Epatko
A political party in Sweden seeking a 90 percent reduction in immigration won seats in Parliament for the first time, denying the ruling center-right coalition a majority and raising questions about anti-Muslim sentiment in the country.
"The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest," the third novel in Stieg Larsson's bestselling "Millennium" trilogy, hit U.S. bookstores Tuesday. The crime novels, published originally in Sweden, center around investigative journalist Mikael Blomkvist and Lisbeth Salander, a tattooed and pierced…
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