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06 Jun 2018

How Vultures Can Help Solve Crimes

Can a bird that symbolizes death help the living catch criminals? In this informative and

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06 Jun 2018

These Are The Richest Countries With The Weakest Passports

Citizens of rich nations don’t necessarily have the best passports. In fact, some have incredibly

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05 Jun 2018

Why You Should Do A Background Check On Yourself Before An Interview

When looking for a job or changing careers, the last thing you think of doing

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05 Jun 2018

New Zealand’s Pacific Reset : Strategic Anxieties About Rising China

China’s expanding influence is complicating strategic calculations throughout the Asia-Pacific region. Small states, dependent on

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05 Jun 2018

Living In A Small Town Could Be The Key To Happiness

Heaven is wide open spaces — at least, it is for most people, according to

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04 Jun 2018

Here’s How Data Could Make Our Cities Safer

Across Europe, fast-growing cities and city regions are increasingly confronted with urban violence from extremists

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04 Jun 2018

Singapore Best Country For Kids To Grow Up In

Singapore is the best country in the world for children to grow up in, according

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04 Jun 2018

The Tech That’s Changing How Cities Help The Homeless

Every day, a team of community health paramedics in Austin, Texas, fans out across the

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01 Jun 2018

Top 4 Cheap European Cities To Live In

Expats are always on the prowl for the cheapest cities to visit or live in,

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01 Jun 2018

NASA’s Building New Tools To Manage Water As Climate Dangers Grow

After an unusually dry winter, a late-season storm finally soaked California in early March, piling up

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31 May 2018

The Gaza Strip Is Only 25 Miles Long. Here’s How It Became The Center Of Decades of Conflict

The border between Gaza and Israel has once again become the focal point for clashes between protesters and Israeli

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30 May 2018

Why Do Traffic Jams Sometimes Form For No Reason?

If you’ve ever driven on a highway, you’ve probably seen it happen. Traffic slows to

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28 May 2018

How Much Do The Casino CEOs In Las Vegas Actually Make?

Each year billions of dollars flow through the Las Vegas Strip, with the casino industry

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28 May 2018

The Urban Commute Reimagined As A Rhythmic Subterranean Ritual

New York City’s legendary, and recently much-beleaguered, subway is one of the largest, oldest and

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26 May 2018

Computer Systems For Your New Business

When you’re planning to start a business, your focus will be on the products or

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25 May 2018

What Is GDPR? Everything You Need To Know About The New General Data Protection Regulations

General Data Protection Regulation, or GDPR, is coming. Here’s what it means, how it’ll impact

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24 May 2018

The Transportation Problem No One Is Talking About

Right now, most self-driving cars–like those being developed by Google or Uber–can only operate in

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23 May 2018

These Are The Best Countries & Cities For Attracting & Developing Talent

When it comes to making a country, a city or an organization competitive, there’s an

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22 May 2018

Is It Really 2018? The Evidence Suggests Otherwise

According to scholars throughout history, we actually aren’t living in the year that is printed

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22 May 2018

This African City Is Turning A Mountain Of Trash Into Energy

Africa is the world’s fastest-urbanizing continent. But while city life has helped lift millions out

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22 May 2018

How AI Could Increase The Risk Of Nuclear War

Could artificial intelligence upend concepts of nuclear deterrence that have helped spare the world from

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21 May 2018

Why Fascism Is So Tempting – And How Your Data Could Power It

In a profound talk about technology and power, author and historian Yuval Noah Harari explains

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21 May 2018

One-Third Of The World’s Nature Reserves Are Under Threat From Humans

In the 146 years since Yellowstone National Park in the northwestern United States became the world’s

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