Favorite Who is Dilma Rousseff? Post the link to an article about her work.
Favorite We order ahead for everything else, why not coffee? In an effort to move towards a more digital future, Starbucks announced that it has begun testing an order-ahead app in 150 stores around Portland, OR. With the app, customers’ names will be printed onto a label (this way a barista
Favorite Boko Haram, a terrorist group operating in Nigeria has abducted 30 more schoolchildren, in addition to the 200 girls abducted half a year ago. The abduction of the 200 girls sparked a Bring Back Our Girls campaign, that though brought attention to the issue, has so far failed to reach
Favorite The fight against cancer has taken another promising step forward as researchers at Harvard Medical School have found that stem cells can be programmed to attack brain cancer cells. It was discovered that genetically engineered stem cells produce and secrete toxins which kill brain
Favorite The race for the North Dakota Senate has mostly been dominated by health care, energy, and campaign finance, but what about education? All four of the Senate candidates share a desire to reform education not only in their home state of South Dakota, but on a federal level. While three
Favorite Every year, car accidents, many due to human error, kill 1.2 million people. According to University of Michagan professor and Google consult Larry Burns, “robot cars could be the cure for one of the world’s biggest causes of deaths.” Burns believes self-driving robot cars could be
Favorite Dilma Rouseff will continue to be the president of Brazil. Rouseff received 51.45% of the election votes over Aecio Neves. Rouseff leans left, and received the support of most of Brazil’s poor due to her welfare policies. However, many believed that due to the country’s economy being