Depository of News

At a glance: Weapons sites converted into wildlife refuges

Six sites where the U.S. government manufactured or tested some of its most lethal weapons have been converted to wildlife refuges managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service: - Amchitka Island, part of Alaska Maritime National Wildlife Refuge. Amchitka wa

Politics

Get more results via ClueGoal

«Fresh Off the Boat» didn't transform the sitcom as we know it, but that's why it mattered

After six seasons the Huangs are signing off of ABC. But their place in elevating Asian Americans on TV is secure
Salon: in-depth news, politics, business, technology & culture Salon

«Fresh Off the Boat» didn't transform the sitcom as we know it, but that's why it mattered

After six seasons the Huangs are signing off of ABC. But their place in elevating Asian Americans on TV is secure

Saudis ‘intercept missiles fired from Yemen’ as Pompeo tours kingdom with ‘Iranian threat’ show & promotes US air defenses (VIDEO)

Several ballistic missiles fired from the direction of Yemen were allegedly intercepted by Saudi Arabia’s air defenses, as the top American diplomat travels the country talking up an “Iranian threat” and the might of US weapons. Read Full Article at RT.
RT Russian politics

Saudis ‘intercept missiles fired from Yemen’ as Pompeo tours kingdom with ‘Iranian threat’ show & promotes US air defenses (VIDEO)

Several ballistic missiles fired from the direction of Yemen were allegedly intercepted by Saudi Arabia’s air defenses, as the top American diplomat travels the country talking up an “Iranian threat” and the might of US weapons. Read Full Article at RT.com

Shadow of war: What are the odds Turkey will start a full-scale offensive against Syria in Idlib?

Tensions are boiling over between Ankara and Damascus as Turkey vowed to take matters into its own hands and openly intervene in Syria’s Idlib province, where government forces are routing the Turkish-backed militants. Read Full Article at RT.com
RT Russian politics

Shadow of war: What are the odds Turkey will start a full-scale offensive against Syria in Idlib?

Tensions are boiling over between Ankara and Damascus as Turkey vowed to take matters into its own hands and openly intervene in Syria’s Idlib province, where government forces are routing the Turkish-backed militants. Read Full Article at RT.com

Survey: Most Americans say environment should be a top priority, Democrats say it should be No. 1

A survey published last Thursday by the Pew Research Center found that a 64% majority of Americans say the president and Congress should make protecting the environment a top priority, and 52% say climate should get the same attention. That’s 14 points be
Daily Kos

Survey: Most Americans say environment should be a top priority, Democrats say it should be No. 1

A survey published last Thursday by the Pew Research Center found that a 64% majority of Americans say the president and Congress should make protecting the environment a top priority, and 52% say climate should get the same attention. That’s 14 points better than in a poll three years ago. But for 18 issues ranked in order of preferred priorities, environment ranked 5th and climate ranked a pitiful 11th. It’s the big improvement over a Pew poll last year about this time that gives reason for optimism in these matters. In that survey the rankings were 8th for environment and 17th for climate. Last week’s was also the first poll in two decades in which economics and environment both ranked about equally as a priority.  As expected, the partisan gap on these priorities continues to be gigantic, with a wider difference of opinion than on any other issues. Among Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents, 85% set protecting the environment as priority no. 1, and dealing with the climate crisis at 78% is ranked 5th. Among Republicans and Republican-leaning independents, on the other hand, environment ranked 15th at 39% (a slight improvement over the 31% who said so in 2019), and climate ranked dead last at 21%, the same as in last year’s poll. For Republicans and independents leaning their way, the top priority is terrorism at 87%. At 60%, Democrats and their leaners rank it 8th.

The Trump Administration's 'Africa ban' risks the the lives of Black LGBTQ+ migrants

In January 2018, President Donald Trump referred to African nations as «shit hole countries.» Fast forward to January 2020 and Trump used his executive powers to issue a ban on visas for six countries, most of which are in Africa. Immigrants from
Daily Kos

The Trump Administration's 'Africa ban' risks the the lives of Black LGBTQ+ migrants

In January 2018, President Donald Trump referred to African nations as «shit hole countries.» Fast forward to January 2020 and Trump used his executive powers to issue a ban on visas for six countries, most of which are in Africa. Immigrants from Nigeria, Myanmar, Eritrea, and Kyrgyzstan are banned from entering the United States, while citizens of Tanzania and Sudan are now ineligible to apply for the green card lottery. Media outlets have primarily framed this as a “new U.S. travel ban” or a “travel ban extension,” but Black immigrants are calling it what it is: an Africa ban.

Warren reduced Bloomberg to rubble — but political media remains focused on stopping Bernie

Mike Bloomberg's campaign landed with a big splat in Vegas. Some reporters pretended they couldn't see it
Salon: in-depth news, politics, business, technology & culture Salon

Warren reduced Bloomberg to rubble — but political media remains focused on stopping Bernie

Mike Bloomberg's campaign landed with a big splat in Vegas. Some reporters pretended they couldn't see it

Economics

Get more results via ClueGoal

Astronomers hope to watch this bizarre 'hot Jupiter' get destroyed - CNET

Scientists have spied a gas giant planet orbiting so close to its star it might be consumed in the next decade.
CNET News

Astronomers hope to watch this bizarre 'hot Jupiter' get destroyed - CNET

Scientists have spied a gas giant planet orbiting so close to its star it might be consumed in the next decade.

FiO Bolsters Taiwan's Anti-Coronavirus Medical Volunteer System

/ -- Taiwan's government, pharmacy associations and network of tech volunteers like SaaS-blockchain company FiO have received praise for staving off the spreading of COVID-19 in the densely-populated country. Taiwanese health officials, assisted by private en
Markets

FiO Bolsters Taiwan's Anti-Coronavirus Medical Volunteer System

/ -- Taiwan's government, pharmacy associations and network of tech volunteers like SaaS-blockchain company FiO have received praise for staving off the spreading of COVID-19 in the densely-populated country. Taiwanese health officials, assisted by private enterprises and organizations who answered its call, were able to swiftly distribute surgical masks to over 6,000 neighborhood «mom-and-pop» pharmacies. There, medically licensed volunteers helped beleaguered staff repackage bulk quantities into consumer-ready 2-pack units. To facilitate this, authorities drew on the technical expertise of companies like SaaS platform FiO. FiO used its proprietary blockchain tool, which enables users to quickly create non-technical blockchain solutions by uploading ordinary spreadsheets, to help the project optimize its workflow. FiO's team, led by senior engineer Joe Huang, built a heatmap on blockchain from scratch within 2 hours to authenticate and visualize incoming data. The heatmap located ...

Apex EV concept will gamify the track experience with augmented reality - Roadshow

Set for a Geneva Motor Show debut, the Apex AP-0 will ensure track instruction comes with a futuristic twist.
CNET News

Apex EV concept will gamify the track experience with augmented reality - Roadshow

Set for a Geneva Motor Show debut, the Apex AP-0 will ensure track instruction comes with a futuristic twist.

Science

Get more results via ClueGoal

For 'blade runners' taller doesn't necessarily mean faster

The governing body for the Paralympics recently lowered the allowable height for sprinters who use prosthetic legs, or blades, during competition. The rules are based on the assumption that the taller you are the faster you run. But a new study has found othe
Latest Science News -- ScienceDaily

For 'blade runners' taller doesn't necessarily mean faster

The governing body for the Paralympics recently lowered the allowable height for sprinters who use prosthetic legs, or blades, during competition. The rules are based on the assumption that the taller you are the faster you run. But a new study has found otherwise.

New studies explore how knowledge drives action in climate change decision-making

In several new studies, researchers explore the importance of learning and knowledge in environmental decision-making and the different ways in which scientific knowledge can become more relevant and useful for societies.
Latest Science News -- ScienceDaily

New studies explore how knowledge drives action in climate change decision-making

In several new studies, researchers explore the importance of learning and knowledge in environmental decision-making and the different ways in which scientific knowledge can become more relevant and useful for societies.

One year later, the future of foldables remains uncertain

Yesterday, Samsung announced that the Galaxy Flip Z sold out online. What, precisely, that means, is hard to say, of course, without specific numbers from the company. But it’s probably enough to make the company bullish about its latest wade into the folda
TechCrunch

One year later, the future of foldables remains uncertain

Yesterday, Samsung announced that the Galaxy Flip Z sold out online. What, precisely, that means, is hard to say, of course, without specific numbers from the company. But it’s probably enough to make the company bullish about its latest wade into the foldable waters, in the wake of last year’s Fold — let’s just say […]

Network with CrunchMatch at TC Sessions: Mobility 2020

Got your sights set on attending TC Sessions: Mobility 2020 on May 14 in San Jose? Spend the day with 1,000 or more like-minded founders, makers and leaders across the startup ecosystem. It’s a day-long deep dive dedicated to current and evolving mobility a
TechCrunch

Network with CrunchMatch at TC Sessions: Mobility 2020

Got your sights set on attending TC Sessions: Mobility 2020 on May 14 in San Jose? Spend the day with 1,000 or more like-minded founders, makers and leaders across the startup ecosystem. It’s a day-long deep dive dedicated to current and evolving mobility and transportation tech. Think autonomous vehicles, micro-mobility, AI-based mobility applications, battery tech […]

An Adidas experiment and whole new exterior facility head to ISS next month

March 2 is the planned launch date for SpaceX’s 20th ISS resupply mission, which is bringing the usual supplies and goodies, plus a payload of interesting experiments from partners and paying customers. And a big expansion to Europe’s Columbus Mod
TechCrunch

An Adidas experiment and whole new exterior facility head to ISS next month

March 2 is the planned launch date for SpaceX’s 20th ISS resupply mission, which is bringing the usual supplies and goodies, plus a payload of interesting experiments from partners and paying customers. And a big expansion to Europe’s Columbus Module. The most ridiculous has to be Adidas’s “BOOST in Space” effort. The company creates its […]

Quibi’s streaming service app launches in app stores for pre-order

Quibi, the mobile-only streaming service from Jeffrey Katzenberg, is now open for pre-orders. The company declined to fully show off its app only a month ago during demos of its “TurnStyle” technology at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas
TechCrunch

Quibi’s streaming service app launches in app stores for pre-order

Quibi, the mobile-only streaming service from Jeffrey Katzenberg, is now open for pre-orders. The company declined to fully show off its app only a month ago during demos of its “TurnStyle” technology at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, but it appears the app is ready nonetheless. Quibi is now listed on both Apple’s […]

Culture

Get more results via ClueGoal

New Zealand killer of British backpacker sentenced to life

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) - The New Zealand man convicted of murdering a British backpacker he met on a dating app has been sentenced to life in prison with a minimum non-parole period of 17 years. Grace Millane was strangled to death on her 22nd birthday
www.washingtontimes.com stories: Travel

New Zealand killer of British backpacker sentenced to life

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) - The New Zealand man convicted of murdering a British backpacker he met on a dating app has been sentenced to life in prison with a minimum non-parole period of 17 years. Grace Millane was strangled to death on her 22nd birthday in December 2018. She ...

Alaska eyes options for Real ID access as deadline looms

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) - The state is pursuing an expansion location for motor vehicle services in southwest Alaska, an official said Thursday, ahead of a fall deadline for special licenses many will need to board commercial flights in the U.S. Department of Ad
www.washingtontimes.com stories: Travel

Alaska eyes options for Real ID access as deadline looms

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) - The state is pursuing an expansion location for motor vehicle services in southwest Alaska, an official said Thursday, ahead of a fall deadline for special licenses many will need to board commercial flights in the U.S. Department of Administration Commissioner Kelly Tshibaka told House lawmakers ...

Israel calls on Belgium to scrap parade over anti-Semitism

JERUSALEM (AP) - Israel on Thursday called on Belgium to scrap this weekend's annual Carnival parade after last year's featured a float with anti-Semitic caricatures. The carnival in the industrial city of Aalst has its roots in the Middle Ages and often feat
www.washingtontimes.com stories: Travel

Israel calls on Belgium to scrap parade over anti-Semitism

JERUSALEM (AP) - Israel on Thursday called on Belgium to scrap this weekend's annual Carnival parade after last year's featured a float with anti-Semitic caricatures. The carnival in the industrial city of Aalst has its roots in the Middle Ages and often features satirical floats that take shots at local ...

Sanders' 'summer camp' in Vermont becomes fodder in debate

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) - Can a socialist own a summer house? That's the question unabashed capitalist billionaire Mike Bloomberg posed Wednesday night as he tried to brand Sen. Bernie Sanders a hypocrite in Wednesday night's fiery Democratic presidential primar
www.washingtontimes.com stories: Travel

Sanders' 'summer camp' in Vermont becomes fodder in debate

MONTPELIER, Vt. (AP) - Can a socialist own a summer house? That's the question unabashed capitalist billionaire Mike Bloomberg posed Wednesday night as he tried to brand Sen. Bernie Sanders a hypocrite in Wednesday night's fiery Democratic presidential primary debate. “The best known socialist in the country happens to ...

MGM Resorts hack affected a reported 10.6M former guests

LAS VEGAS (AP) - MGM Resorts International has confirmed the company was hacked after a report was released detailing information from more than 10 million former hotel guests was compromised. ZDNet released a report Wednesday revealing 10,683,188 guests wer
www.washingtontimes.com stories: Travel

MGM Resorts hack affected a reported 10.6M former guests

LAS VEGAS (AP) - MGM Resorts International has confirmed the company was hacked after a report was released detailing information from more than 10 million former hotel guests was compromised. ZDNet released a report Wednesday revealing 10,683,188 guests were affected after the company's cloud server was hacked, the Las Vegas ...

Historic Lithograph Reveals Anamorphic Views of Razed Bank of Philadelphia

In 1832, artist John Jesse Barker added depth to a drawing by Philadelphia-based William G. Mason to create an optical illusion titled “Horizontorium.” Part of a tradition of anamorphic works, this depiction of the Bank of Philadelphia is one of t
Colossal

Historic Lithograph Reveals Anamorphic Views of Razed Bank of Philadelphia

In 1832, artist John Jesse Barker added depth to a drawing by Philadelphia-based William G. Mason to create an optical illusion titled “Horizontorium.” Part of a tradition of anamorphic works, this depiction of the Bank of Philadelphia is one of the two surviving works looking at the historic financial building designed by architect Benjamin Henry Latrobe. At the time, it was the unofficial bank of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania that sat at the southwest corner of Fourth and Chestnut streets. More

Sport

Get more results via ClueGoal

Layman returns, Towns rests as Timberwolves return from All-Star break

While Minnesota Timberwolves forward Jake Layman returns to the floor, Karl-Anthony Towns will miss multiple games.
FOX Sports Digital

Layman returns, Towns rests as Timberwolves return from All-Star break

While Minnesota Timberwolves forward Jake Layman returns to the floor, Karl-Anthony Towns will miss multiple games.

The NFL wants to make major changes and no one's sure if it actually needs to

The NFL is looking make the regular season 17 games and add two extra teams to the postseason. Is this a case of fixing something that isn't broken?
FOX Sports Digital

The NFL wants to make major changes and no one's sure if it actually needs to

The NFL is looking make the regular season 17 games and add two extra teams to the postseason. Is this a case of fixing something that isn't broken?

Brian Urlacher's brother charged in offshore gambling ring

Federal prosecutors say the brother of a Chicago Bears Hall of Famer is among 10 people charged with operating an offshore sports gambling business
FOX Sports Digital

Brian Urlacher's brother charged in offshore gambling ring

Federal prosecutors say the brother of a Chicago Bears Hall of Famer is among 10 people charged with operating an offshore sports gambling business

Soldiers to work on Erebus Supercars

The Holden squad is running increased Australian Army branding this season, building on a relationship that's seen a number of one-off camouflage liveries at the Townsville round in recent years.As part of the expanded Army deal two soldiers – Craftsmen Cho
Motorsport.com - All - Stories

Soldiers to work on Erebus Supercars

The Holden squad is running increased Australian Army branding this season, building on a relationship that's seen a number of one-off camouflage liveries at the Townsville round in recent years.As part of the expanded Army deal two soldiers – Craftsmen Chontelle Anderson and Zak Hunkin – will work with the team throughout the season with full-time positions covering both workshop and ...Keep reading

Actual Facts

Popular Reports

Contacts | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use
Twitter Facebook