The technological shift that made an agreement in Paris possible
Would body cameras have made justice speedier for Laquan McDonald? Not without new laws.
And it doesn’t belong to Elon Musk.
Just in time for this month’s climate-change talks in Paris
I was talking to a friend about Chicago-style hot dogs the other day—about their glory, about their enigma. …
The service rolls out a new customization process for users who‘ve just ended a relationship.
By a huge margin
The service is undeniably useful, but it could change how people experience terrorism.
Spotify’s long-time competitor—which was a better streaming service in most every way—will imminently file for bankruptcy.
Oh sure, Istanbul is a transcontinental city, Turkey’s cultural capital, an architectural jewel, and a beacon of the Silk Road…
And a giant squid and a glass of milk. Also, an egg.
The history goes back way further than Yale and Missouri.
Undergrads and faculty boycott classes in Canada, Puerto Rico, and France. Why not in the U.S.?
View post on imgur.com That is one happy cat.
Can cops look at cellphone-location records without a warrant? It depends where you live.
The government of Finland advances a disturbing global trend.
One interesting bit of context to the kerfuffle at Yale: I was a student at Northwestern University from…
In some cases, they may make it legal for police to track and profile people of color.
HoneyInsured uses economic research—and a connection to Healthcare.gov—to suggest certain plans.
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