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  • 1 day ago
    Current Event melaniee

    'Right to be forgotten' online might come to U.S.

    A bill in the New York State Assembly would require search engines and online publishers to remove "'inaccurate', 'irrelevant', 'inadequate', or 'excessive'" content on individuals within 30 days of a removal request. Recall, Europe's highest court ruled in favor of the "right to be forgotten" in 2014. It aimed to alleviate privacy concerns of an individual whose past financial troubles had been represented poorly online. The court...

  • 1 day ago
    Current Event melaniee

    As drought sweeps Kenya, herders invade farms and old wounds are reopened

    Sitting on the edge of Kenya’s highest mountain, its spectacular dun-coloured vistas stretching out into the endless distance, Laikipia is one of the most beautiful corners of east Africa. The region received a rush of publicity in 2010 when Prince William proposed to Kate Middleton at a log cabin there. Tens of thousands of tourists now flock to parks and reserves in an area that promises rare sights including the world’s last three remaining northern white rhinoceroses.

  • 8 days ago
    Current Event melaniee

    Trump Wants To Cut UN Funds More Than 50%

    President Trump’s administration has told the State Department to cut more than 50 percent of U.S. funding to United Nations programs, Foreign Policy reported. The push for the drastic reductions comes as the White House is scheduled to release its 2018 topline budget proposal Thursday, which is expected to include a 37 percent cut to the State Department and U.S. Agency for International Development budgets. It's not clear if Trump's budget plan, from the Office of Management and Bu...

  • 11 days ago
    Current Event melaniee

    Scientists say Trump’s border wall would devastate wildlife habitat

    Environmentalists say that turning the border fence into a continuous 40-foot concrete wall would make the bad situation for wildlife only worse.

  • 2 weeks ago
    Current Event melaniee

    Lab grown meat prices have dropped 30,000 times in less than four years and are about 3-4 times more expensive than regular ground beef

    Lab-grown meat could be on your plate within the next five years. For the past few years, the barrier to getting test-tube meat into the hands of consumers has been the cost of production. In 2013, it was around $325,000 to make this stuff in a lab, but the process has been refined, and the cost now is just $11.36.

  • 2 weeks ago
    Analysis melaniee

    Smart condoms: like Fitbit for sex – and you can even share your stats

    Ever wondered how many calories you’re burning in the bedroom? The i.Con condom, which keeps track of your sex stats, could be the answer. You mean they are organic latex and scented with bergamot? Worse. In fact, the first smart condom isn’t even a condom. It’s a ring that fits around the base of a penis, holding the condom in place. Why not use a clothes peg, or a rubber band? Intensely painful, I’d imagine. Besides, this is no ordinary penis ring.

  • 1 month ago
    Analysis melaniee

    You’re a different person at 14 and 77, the longest-running personality study ever has found

    Look at a photo of yourself as a teenager and, mistaken fashion choices aside, it’s likely you see traces of the same person with the same personality quirks as you are today. But whether or not you truly are the same person over a lifetime—and what that notion of personhood even means—is the subject of ongoing philosophical and psychology debate. The longest personality study of all time, published in Psychology and Aging and recently highlighted by the British Psychological Society, sugg...

  • 1 month ago
    Current Event melaniee

    Governor orders evacuation of Dakota pipeline protest camp

    The governor of North Dakota ordered protesters on Wednesday to evacuate a demonstration camp near the site of the Dakota Access Pipeline in the latest move to clear the area that has served as a base for opposition to the multibillion dollar project. Republican Doug Burgum ordered demonstrators to leave the camp located on land owned by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers by Feb. 22, citing safety concerns that have arisen due to accelerated snowmelt and rising water levels of the nearby Cannonbal...

  • 1 month ago
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    Published 150/150 current event snaps! Congratulations melaniee on this achievement!

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  • 1 month ago
    Current Event melaniee

    Pakistan retaliates after U.S. denied visa to politician

    The chairman of Pakistan's senate says the body will not welcome any U.S. delegation, member of Congress or dignitary in Islamabad. The move comes after the U.S. failed to issue a visa to the senate's deputy chairman, a member of the right-wing Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam political party. Chairman Raza Rabbani says in a statement that no Pakistani senate delegation will visit the U.S. until an explanation for the delay in issuing a visa to Maulana Ghafoor Haideri is given by U.S. authorities.

  • 1 month ago
    Current Event melaniee

    Man who raped 10-year-old boy because of 'sexual emergency' has conviction overturned

    A man who raped a 10-year-old boy at a swimming pool in Austria has had his conviction overturned after judges found he may have believed the child consented. Police said the 20-year-old Iraqi refugee, who has not been named, assaulted his victim in a toilet cubicle at the Theresienbad swimming pool in Vienna on 2 December last year.

  • 1 month ago
    Current Event melaniee

    China plans to destroy an ancient Buddhist city to get the copper buried there

    Two Chinese state-owned mining companies plan to destroy an ancient Buddhist city in Afghanistan in order to get the copper underneath it, according to a new documentary. According to the film "Saving Mes Aynak," Metallurgical Group Corp. (MCC) and Jiangxi Copper are in the initial stages of building an open-pit copper mine 25 miles southeast of Kabul. The location is home to a walled Buddhist city that dates back 5,000 years.

  • 1 month ago
    Current Event melaniee

    Ancient, scary and alien-looking specimen forms a rarity in the insect world – a new order

    Researchers at Oregon State University have discovered a 100-million-year-old insect preserved in amber with a triangular head, almost-alien and “E.T.-like” appearance and features so unusual that it has been placed in its own scientific “order” – an incredibly rare event. There are about 1 million described species of insects, and millions more still to be discovered, but every species of insect on Earth has been placed in only 31 existing orders. Now there’s one more.

  • 1 month ago
    Current Event melaniee

    Forget Autonomous Cars—Autonomous Ships Are Almost Here

    It’s midnight on the North Atlantic, where a massive container ship receives the latest weather report. There’s a nasty storm brewing ahead. Quietly, the ship changes course and speed, to skirt the worst of it and ensure an on-time arrival at its destination. The ship’s owners and the harbormaster at its next port of call are advised of the revised route. And as it nears shore, the giant ship must correct course once again, this time to steer clear of a fishing vessel off its starboard bow.

  • 1 month ago
    Current Event melaniee

    Source: Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Killed Berkeley Couple

    A couple found dead in their Berkeley home under mysterious circumstances earlier this week was killed by carbon monoxide poisoning, a source told KPIX 5 Friday.

  • 1 month ago
    Current Event melaniee

    Police Arrest Alleged U.S. Spy Working in Heart of Russian Cybersecurity

    The reported arrest of a top cybersecurity specialist in the Federal Security Service could mean that Washington had a spy in the heart of Russia’s national defense infrastructure.

  • 2 months ago
    Current Event melaniee

    Elite Scientists Have Told the Pentagon That AI Won't Threaten Humanity

    A new report authored by a group of independent US scientists advising the US Dept. of Defense (DoD) on artificial intelligence (AI) claims that perceived existential threats to humanity posed by the technology, such as drones seen by the public as killer robots, are at best “uninformed”. Still, the scientists acknowledge that AI will be integral to most future DoD systems and platforms, but AI that could act like a human “is at most a small part of AI’s relevance to the DoD mission”.

  • 2 months ago
    Expression melaniee

    "I Am the Trump of Hollywood": The Reclusive and Outrageous Jon Peters Is Still Rich. Really Rich

    In his first interview in 10 years, and with a loaded gun on the coffee table, the legendary former hairdresser turned producer and studio chief opens up about voting for Donald — kept secret from "love of his life" Barbra Streisand — his feud with Peter Guber and how it feels to collect huge paychecks on Superman movies for doing nothing.

  • 2 months ago
    Current Event melaniee

    Turkey's collapse has been years in the making

    An exotic country goes up in flames and the world turns elsewhere for an alternate holiday destination. But in researching the chaos of our times, historians likely will keep coming back to Turkey, to pick apart an explosive collision of destructive forces, in which the more autocratic Turkish leader resident Recep Tayyip Erdogan figured he could do it all himself, the faster the country became ungovernable.