Experts and analysts say the vote sprang from a deep cultural and historical strain of defiance in apparently hopeless situations, honed over centuries.
Two days after briefly losing communication with the New Horizons spacecraft as it sped toward the dwarf planet Pluto, the probe’s operators say they understand the root cause of what happened and have taken steps to resume full operations. Continue reading ? The post Mission to Pluto hits a speed bump, but resumes its stride appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
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The Khasis people shape the growth of roots of the Ficus elastica tree, which grows a secondary root system above ground, to create bridges that can stretch up to 100 feet.
Goldman Sachs' banker John S. Weinberg is retiring after 32 years at the investment banking giant, according to an internal memo. Weinberg had been serving as a vice chairman since 2006. He's now going to become a senior director. "We...Show More Summary
Whether Tweeting about an incredible @hopesolo save, watching replays of one of Celia Sasic’s six goals, reading analysis from sideline reporters, or rooting on your home team with lots of Twitter emoji, #FIFAWWC fans turned to Twitter to be a part of all the action.
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This weekend was a big one for America. Not only did we celebrate Independence Day by getting hella drunk and enjoying our freedom to throw up on the shoes of strangers, but a very important politician dropped the mic on a rap classic. You’ve got to see Philadelphia mayor Michael Nutter just kill “Rapper’s Delight.” Read more...
If waves of cheap rhino horns 3D-printed with real rhino DNA are flooded onto the Asian markets, is this a form of rhino conservation or capitalistic exploitation? This critical question is gnawing at the root of a controversial business venture to use real rhino DNA in the commercial production of 3D-printed rhino horns. Show More Summary
No matter how much success and fame someone achieves, most of us want to remain relevant, and Phil Jackson is no exception. I rooted for Jackson when he played for the Knicks and I admired what he did as a coach with the Bulls and the Lakers. Show More Summary
Take granola back to its healthy roots with several tweaks that will lighten up this breakfast staple.
When it comes to town nicknames, mottos, and slogans our national creativity shines. We love tagging our towns with titles, both real and invented. There are towns that proudly proclaim themselves as the capitals of various root vegetables, freshwater fish, and even livestock poo. Show More Summary
It doesn't look like Iraqi forces will be able to take back Ramadi from the Islamic State anytime soon. The terrorists are already laying roots down in the capital of Anbar province, The Washington Post reports. Militants are performing...Show More Summary
MONDAY BEER LINKS, MUSING 07.05.15 The Good, the Bad & the Murky — Brew Britannia: One Year On. Boak & Bailey are taking off the rest of July after posting this epic (11,000 words) look at the British beer world since their wonderful book, “Brew Britannia,” came out last year. If you find sentences like […]
Double exposure photography is the name of the original process where two photographs are exposed onto the same piece of film, resulting in interesting and surreal pictures. While this style is rooted in analog photography, it’s also...Show More Summary
Late Cream bassist Jack Bruce had a tremendous sense of humor. In the first, second, third, fourth, fifth, and sixth parts of this 1997 “lost tapes” interview series, we discussed his Scottish roots, band mates Eric Clapton and Ginger Baker, Sunshine Of Your Love, drugs, Cream’s breakup, the Rock And [...]
Residents of towns that were home to the Republican senator’s parents, grandparents and great-grandparents take issue with his Cuba policy, if they are aware of him at all.
John Steinbeck “Socialism never took root in America because the poor see themselves not as an exploited proletariat but as temporarily embarrassed millionaires.” That quote reminds me of a guy I knew when I first got out of the Army. Show More Summary