Former Sinn Féin Leader Gerry Adams
'It's Still My View That the Use of Armed Actions Is Legitimate' April 10 was the 20th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement that brought tentative peace to Northern Ireland. In an interview, Gerry Adams, the deal's co-architect, discusses the ongoing conflict and why Brexit could become a curse -- or a blessing -- for the region.
Necco’s Days are Numbered
New England Confectionary Co., the candymaker behind classic treats like Necco Wafers, Sweethearts and Candy Buttons, will close operations in May if it does not find a buyer. the Boston Globe reports. Necco is the oldest continually operated candy maker in the U.S. Its origins date back to 1847.Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak is quitting Facebook over data and privacy concerns
Facebook a big contributor to the committees in Congress that will question Mark Zuckerberg
Of the 55 members on the Energy and Commerce Committee this year, all but nine have received Facebook contributions in the past decade. The average Republican got $6,800, while the average Democrat got $6,750. More