Headlines are heated this week in response to Monday’s publication of a new report from the National Academy of Sciences of the United States, suggesting that we are perilously close to the tipping point for a "Hothouse Earth," in which natural feedback loops crank up the warming of the planet to disastrous levels.
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Politico reports that the president called "almost every student" from China a spy.
On Aug. 4, Triton College became back-to-school central. Approximately 1,500 people received new backpacks filled with school supplies during the first Backpack Give Back Resource Fair, according to partner event organizers at Triton College and the West 40 Intermediate Service Center No. 2.
The Trump administration is considering an overhaul of a 26-year-old federal rule that is seen variably as a barrier to innovation and an important guardrail against substandard instruction.
Mark Zuckerberg insisted at Facebook's annual developer conference earlier this year that his company "will never be unprepared ... again" for meddling and disinformation efforts like those run by Russian trolls on its platform during the run-up to the 2016 election.
Magic Leap's much-anticipated augmented reality glasses have gone on sale more than three years after the Florida firm released its first teaser video.
Millions of Americans head outdoors in the summer, whether for a day at a nearby lake or a monthlong road trip.
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The BBC's web services are all currently blocked in China, following a decision by the corporation to change the website's format.
The mobility arms race (both scooter and bike sharing) is already starting to see some fallout. You could call it the natural adjustment that happens after an influx of money is pumped into a new and rapidly growing market.