In 1864, the US Congress passed the “False Claims Act” that was first signed into law by Abraham Lincoln during the Civil War. The act allowed an individual to file suit on behalf of the United States against anyone committing fraud impacting the federal government.
Greece finds itself engulfed in a financial crisis that has exposed decades-long tax evasion and a bloated civil service.
Ekaterinburg still maintains the flavor of the past but it is rushing towards a rich and promising future.
The death of Mandela represents a loss for the whole world and not only for South Africa. He was the father of a country that he taught to walk; it now needs to go on its own.
If we look at the mere data, there is no doubt: the share of the world’s population living in cities has surpassed 50 percent, and at this path by 2025 we will see another ...