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James Stevenson, who died last week, at eighty-seven, was a New Yorker artist and writer whose breathtaking artistic skills were matched only by his young reporter’s curiosity and energy. He had a summer job as an office boy at the magazine...Show More Summary

WJZ Reporter Captures Lighthearted Moment with WBFF Reporter and Local Kids

"There's always a friendly competitive vibe in the field but not during these moments."

2020 Candidates Already Making Plans

“An extraordinary alignment of ambition, opportunity and timing is raising the prospect that the Democratic Party in 2020 could have its biggest presidential field in a generation,” Politico reports. “A sprawling roster of potential primary candidates is already surveying the [...]

Report: Ravens “may balk” at Dennis Pitta’s 2017 salary

Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta made it back to the field in 2016 after playing just seven games in the previous three seasons because of hip injuries and showed that the time off didn’t make him a less popular target for quarterback Joe Flacco. Pitta led all tight ends with 86 catches during the 2016 season,…

The Chinese government is funding a new lab from China's most powerful AI company

Baidu, a Chinese tech giant making rapid advances in the field of artificial intelligence (AI), has received funding from the Chinese government for a new research project, Quartz reports. AI has the potential to be of the most influential technologies that humanity has ever invented. Show More Summary

The Crowland Chicks and Our Conventional Wisdom About Animals

The BBC reported that someone dumped about 1800 chicks in a field in Crowland, near Peterborough, in the United Kingdom. The chicks were killed because they were found close to an avian flu exclusion zone. The RSPCA, which is investigating,...Show More Summary

Bad Move: Cartwheels During Sobriety Test

Bryelle Marshall didn't walk in a straight line during a field sobriety test in Albuquerque, NM, on Friday—but she did do cartwheels. After receiving a report about a reckless driver, officers say they found the 23-year-old asleep in the driver's seat of her car, parked partially on a road,...

'Quartz' crystals at the Earth's core power its magnetic field

(Tokyo Institute of Technology) Scientists at the Earth-Life Science Institute at the Tokyo Institute of Technology report in Nature (Fen. 22, 2017) unexpected discoveries about the Earth's core. The findings include insights into the...Show More Summary

2017 Consumer Electronics Show: Field Report

January begins the same way, year after year. For over a decade, I’ve had the opportunity to travel with the Ask Dave Taylor team to CES, the Consumer Electronic Show in Las Vegas. Some assume I attend for the parties and although that is true, it’s so much more than that. Show More Summary

Scholarships and career resources for architects of color

Professional groups and student initiatives making architecture a more diverse field In reporting on the state of race and architecture in 2017, we attempted to focus on rooting out solutions that help foster a more inclusive, diverse, and creative profession. Show More Summary

Boom! US Clean Energy Jobs Top 3 Million (Counting Natural Gas & Nuclear)

A new report finds three million workers in the clean energy field, including energy efficiency jobs, nuclear and natural gas along with renewables Boom! US Clean Energy Jobs Top 3 Million (Counting Natural Gas & Nuclear) was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.

Footprints in the Snow: The Curious Case of the Sunnyslope Sasquatch

A strange set of what appear to be footprints discovered in a snowy field near Sunnyslope, Washington, have stirred interest in the state’s most famous, reclusive cryptid. The Yakima Herald reports that the set of prints were found by Rock Island resident Roy Bianchi, who describes himself...

Barriers and opportunities to mainstreaming of a national digital health program

(University of Strathclyde) A new study led by the University of Glasgow reports on key barriers and facilitators to implementing a digital health programme -- and provides recommendations to move the field forward.

Dubai's crazy rotating wind-powered skyscraper is actually being built

The modern world is full of unique, eye-catching buildings - but an upcoming Dubai skyscraper is about to put a new spin on the field of architecture. We've reported before on Israeli-Italian architect David Fisher's crazy rotating Dynamic Tower - and now it looks like the 1,375-foot-tall high-rise is finally becoming a reality. Show More Summary

The Urban Sasquatch Journal: Moving Stuffed Toys

This is the reporting by a Bigfoot researcher of an ongoing study in the Southern part of the United States in a very large park area near homes and urban setting. Link to the series Journal Volume 3 Field Report #44 Sunday October 23, 2016 I arrived at the park at 3:15 PM. Show More Summary

New Yorker Report: Inside Reinventing The Oscars (Some Historical Perspective)

"Throughout the spring of 2016, Academy librarians worked overtime scrutinizing older members’ credits, as the board of governors fielded frantic calls from members asking if they were marked for demotion. When the board held its elections last summer, a handful of candidates ran on an anti-reform platform, among them the composer William Goldstein, who railed […]

Serb fans racially abuse tearful Brazilian

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Belgrade (AFP) – Partizan Belgrade’s Brazilian star Everton Luiz left the field after a match Sunday in tears after suffering a welter of racial abuse from fans of local rivals Rad, B82 television reported. Luiz, 28, saw his every touch...Show More Summary

'Trump lives in his own reality' and other reader takeaways from the president's news conference

In any other administration, the president fielding questions from reporters would be barely distinguishable from any other day-to-day newsworthy events in Washington. But when President Trump stands in front of a camera and talks to journalists, readers pull up a chair. For someone as ratings-obsessed...

Report: Tony Romo Expected To Be Released & Not Traded

After an injury filled 2015 season and  being injured during the preseason this past season, Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo didn’t see the field again until the final game of the season, when he threw for his only TD of the year. After the emergence of rookie QB Dak Prescott, it became abundantly clear that Tony […]

Huawei may add to the already crowded field of voice-based digital assistants

A new report claims Huawei is developing its own in-house voice-based digital assistant, which would add one more such product to the already crowded field.

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