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Big day in sovereign debt. After months of kicking the can down the road and a couple of anticlimactic decisions from English courts that made no practical difference in the pari passu injunction, a giant big shoe has just dropped in the Southern District of New York. Judge Griesa ruled that Argentina's dollar-denominated...

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imageAnnounced just days apart, the new MacBook and Chromebook Pixel appeal to different kinds of users, but they have a few things in common....
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(RNS) March 17 is St. Patrick's Day. But was there a real St. Patrick? Did he drive the snakes out of Ireland or use the shamrock to explain the Trinity? Why should this fifth-century priest be remembered at all? Let us 'Splain....

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Actually, you might believe it.

But who doesn't enjoy a little clickbait, right?

A year ago, in the intro to a 5Q+1 interview here at GetReligion, I wrote:

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Most Western media and politicians overlooked Russian President Vladimir Putin’s rise to power. That could turn out to be a severe error with far-reaching consequences, especially in the energy sector....

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Tverberg argues that low oil prices likely to be with us for a long time, due to the fact that demand will remain relatively weak. Given the reluctance of governments to engage in aggressive enough spending measures, the idea of that more economies will become mired in a Japan-like slump or weak demand is entirely plausible. And that's before you...
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Axing the proposed high-speed rail link between London and Birmingham would save £16bn over the course of the parliament...
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Warning: Grumpy Alert. I am grumpy because the ABI Commission’s recent report rejected any reform of the bizarre American approach to executory contracts, which requires a quality of “executoriness” in a contract before it can be assumed or rejected. (Think of Stephen Colbert and “truthiness.”) Worse still, it...

Wednesday, 11 March 2015 |

Why do people divorce?

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imagePeople divorce because of their sensuality and their egotism. Nothing else....

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