Favorite Last summer, the National Security Agency (NSA) stated that its analysts will no longer be permitted to search a database that holds five years of Americans’ domestic calling records after November 29th. This database, which holds call-data used to analyze links between callers in
Favorite If you’ve had a bad day, you should consider spending more time in nature. A study conducted by Gregory Bratman, a graduate student at the Emmett Interdisciplinary Program in Environment and Resources at Stanford University, has found that a simple walk in the park could improve the
Favorite Would you change your name if you were offered $20 million? Paul Smith’s College, known for its hotel management and wildlife and forestry programs, has been offered a critical $20 million from Joan Weill, but at a controversial price. If the college accepts the money, they must rename
Favorite After previous Twitter CEO Dick Costolo stepped down from his position, the social-media giant has been searching for a new permanent chief-executive-officer. Jack Dorsey, who co-founded and had acted as interim CEO during the past couple months was confirmed to be Twitter’s new
Favorite Hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, is a process of drilling into the ground, injecting a water mixture at high pressure, and extracting oil from the well. This process has been highly debated and attested by environmentalists for its association with earthquakes and overuse of water.