As nationwide protests against police killings of black men began rolling across the country in 2014, federal and local law enforcement who were closely monitoring protesters’ online activities repeatedly expressed a bizarre concern: that the mostly black activists demanding an end to police viole
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Yang’s plans to tackle climate change aren’t his only ideas far outside the box. He is reviving a 1970s-era concept that would guarantee every American monthly income from the federal government, repackaging it as a solution to job losses from automation and artificial intelligence.
The U.S. has designated Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps as a foreign terrorist organization, the White House said, marking the first time an element of a foreign state has been officially designated a terrorist entity.
Shale companies from Texas to North Dakota are managing wells to maximize short-term oil production—and that has long-term consequences for the future of the U.S. energy boom.
When foxes discovered little penguins on a small Australian island, they nearly wiped the colony out. But a farmer came up with a novel way to protect the birds – and the story has been made into a hit film. As a premise for a film, think Lassie meets Babe meets Pingu. What’s not to like?