Favorite If you could invite three female heads of state to dinner, who would you choose and why?
Favorite On Thursday, after two days of meetings by the Policy Committee, the Federal Reserve announced that it would not be raising interest rates and the rates will stay at near zero. Janet L. Yellen, the Fed’s chairwoman, described that even though “the recovery from the Great Recession has
Favorite Paris’ Eiffel Tower was unexpectedly closed for several hours in the morning of Sunday, September 20th after reports came in of a man scaling the tower with a rucksack. After the alarm was raised, the area was evacuated and anti-terror police carried out a search. Police were unable to
Favorite Last year was the hottest year on record since 1880, when official record keeping started. However, as summer draws to a close, it looks like 2015 is going to surpass last year record-breaking temperatures. Many scientists are looking at global warming as a factor in this increasing
Favorite Alabama public schools will see a change in their curriculum starting next year, after the Republican-controlled Alabama State Board of Education unanimously approved an overhaul of science standards last week. The move has reignited conversations surrounding how climate change and
Favorite Do you think you would be able to tell whether you were talking to a human or a computer program in a conversation over a computer? Every year, chatbots, computer programs designed to have conversations, are pitted against skeptical judges in several artificial intelligence
Favorite In a Manhattan news conference last week, Vice President Joe Biden, U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch, and New York County District Attorney Cyrus Vance announced that the federal government and the city of New York will contribute a joint $79 million to helping police agencies