The work of award-winning American photographer Eugene Richards was recently the subject of a retrospective at the international photojournalism festival, Visa Pour l'Image. The 78-year-old has documented poverty in the US, photographed drug addicts, patients in psychiatric hospitals, Iraq war veterans. His exhibition is called "An Outsider".
Image source: Getty Images Americans are spending big on travel these days. With pent-up demand from the pandemic, some of the big personal spending increases this year have been for travel and recreation.
Teacher shortages, parents looking at other ways to educate their kids other than public education. James Brown looks into what is going on in schools?
Retiring into a potential recession isn't what anyone would want, but there are ways to maintain some control over your portfolio in times of economic decline. Making some big-picture adjustments to your investments in the years leading up to retirement can pay big dividends down the line, all while creating additional security for your spending plan. In the years leading up to retirement, the goal tends to center around preserving wealth.
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Labour Party annual conference starts in Liverpool today Labour Party conference app uses controversial republican term Labour forced to deny Rayner's claims it would scrap income tax cuts Liz Truss plans to cut taxes further in the new year Tories to rebel against Truss if pound falls below the dollar
Colin Farrell and Jodie Turner-Smith star in Kogonada’s strikingly styled follow-up to Columbus exploring a future shared with androids
Lower consumer spending, high inflation, rising interest rates, geopolitical tensions -- the list of economic headwinds besetting the stock market goes on and on. Being bearish is in style, and the price action of the broad-market indexes certainly reflects that. While investors shouldn't rule out the chance of a prolonged recession, it's also important to remember that economic cycles are simply par for the course when it comes to long-term investing.
This was the Lloyd we’ve been waiting for.
The Queen’s burial site will be open to the public next week
He went through halfway under an hour.
Tigist Assefa also recorded the third-fastest time in women’s marathon history in Berlin
A point against Ukraine will earn Steve Clarke’s team promotion to the top tier and boost qualification chances for Euro 2024
At a stroke, the new prime minister will reportedly ditch reforms that would have eradicated the suffering of thousands of animals in the UK and abroad
Municipalities across Nova Scotia have set up comfort centres to support residents in the wake of Hurricane Fiona. There will be meals, charging capability and washrooms at several locations across the province. Here's a list of the centres by county: Antigonish Arisaig Parish Community Centre. Havre Boucher Community Centre. St. Josephs Lakeside Community Centre. Tracadie & District Volunteer Fire Department. Colchester Brookfield Fire Station. Cobequid Fire Brigade. Onslow Belmont Fire Hall. S
Trade union delegates opted to stay away from tributes to the Queen as the singing of the National Anthem at Labour's party conference without a hitch.
Inflation has been no joke this year, with consumer prices jumping to some of the highest levels in 40 years. For Social Security retirees, there may be some good news to come from this when the Social Security Administration announces what could be the largest cost of living adjustment (COLA) to benefits in decades. Here are three goods and services that Social Security retirees have been paying hand over fist for.
It's filled with artefacts that have shaped history - but its doors are firmly shut to the public.
Kwasi Kwarteng rejected analysis that his controversial raft of tax cuts overwhelmingly benefits the wealthy.
Corporations are using rising costs as an excuse to increase their prices even higher, resulting in record profits. We need limited price controls to break this cycle