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Toyota Engineers are Rallying a Corolla iM in the Backwoods

A group of Toyota engineers clearly had time to kill this summer, but at least they spent it with one of their products. For whatever reason, members of the automaker’s Michigan research and design team took a stock Corolla iM (formerly...Show More Summary

This Day In Naval History: August 31

1842 - Congress replaces the Board of Navy Commissioners, a group of senior officers who oversee naval technical affairs, with the five technical Bureaus, ancestors of the Systems Commands.

MN100: Pacific Power Group

The Company: Established in 1958, Pacific Power Group has been a trusted partner for the marine power needs of the Western U.S. for more than 50 years. PPG provides

11 Kayakers Struck By Ferry In Hudson River

The NYPD rescued 11 kayakers from the Hudson River yesterday evening, after the group was struck by a ferry. The instructor leading them was seriously injured: NYPD Harbor Unit Commanding Officer David Driscoll said, "His bone was exposed. He lost a lot of blood and he was lapsing in and out of consciousness." [ more › ]

You Are Invited

By SwimSwam on SwimSwam This focus group and survey will be done by Krista Kezbers, who is finishing her Ph. D. Read the full story on SwimSwam: You Are Invited

Can a Juvenile Hall Makerspace Help Teens Suspend Their Disbelief?

7 minutes agoHobbies : Make: Workshop

This story was originally published on the Future Development Group blog, and is republished here with permission. Willing suspension of disbelief… in education. Interesting phrase, isn’t it? Unless you’re a fiction writer or a movie producer, chances are you haven’t heard this phrase before. Show More Summary

A bunch of Eton boys had a private audience with Vladimir Putin and took a surreal picture inside the Kremlin

A group of pupils from one of Britain's most prestigious private schools enjoyed the bizarre honour of a private audience with Russian president Vladimir Putin. The eleven teenage boys travelled to Moscow to visit the Kremlin, the official...Show More Summary

Why Banks Won't Brexit and London Will Remain a Key Finance Hub

8 minutes agoNews : Newsweek: US

This article was originally published in The Conversation. Read the original article. Following the Brexit vote, the race to succeed London as Europe’s financial capital is on. “We know that groups based in the City are planning to leave...Show More Summary

Genesys buys rival software firm Interactive Intelligence for $1.4 billion

Genesys and Interactive Intelligence Group make cloud-based software and other communication products for call centers.

How the startup economy is replacing the traditional resume

A group of five engineers and product people get together, raise some angel funding, build a startup, make little to no money and sell for $10 million. What just happened? Common narratives assert that it’s the tech bubble; it’s a naive acqui-hire; it’s collective irrationality. Maybe it’s something else altogether: a fundamental shift in how we compensate the extreme… Read More

The new TTIP? Meet TISA, the 'secret privatisation pact that poses a threat to democracy'

Few people may have heard of the Trade In Services Agreement, but campaign group Global Justice Now warns in a new report: "Defeating TTIP may amount to a pyrrhic victory if we allow TISA to pass without challenge." Like the Transatlantic...Show More Summary

ISIS says No. 2 commander killed in airstrike

ISIS says one of its top leaders, Abu Muhammad Al-Adnani, is dead. The terror group says the strategist and chief spokesman was killed near Aleppo, Syria. Holly Williams reports on why this death could be a big setback for ISIS.

Being the Only One in the Room: Race, New Moms Groups, and Speaking Up as a Mom of Color

(Photo: flickr/US Department of Agriculture) By Divya Kumar I facilitate a weekly new parents support group in my Boston neighborhood. We chat about challenges surrounding the transition to parenthood, including sleeping, feeding our...Show More Summary

Russia, US Clash Over Who Killed Islamic State's Second In Command

In a rare statement on Tuesday, the Islamic State announced that Mohammad al-Adnani, one of its most prominent and longest-serving leaders as well as the unofficial spokesman of ISIS, was killed depriving the militant group of the man in charge of directing attacks overseas. Show More Summary

Wichita State Nursing Faculty Member Helping Perfect One-of-a-Kind Mobile Stroke Unit

WSU nursing faculty member Dr. Wendy Dusenbury has embarked on a new specialty practice. Because of her expertise in the area of stroke management, Dusenbury was invited to join an inaugural group of practitioners at the University of Tennessee to help test a one-of-a-kind mobile stroke unit. Show More Summary

Heroic Woman In Iconic Photo From A Klan Rally Shares Disturbing Update 20 Years Later

In 1996, the Ku Klux Klan announced its plans to hold a rally in Keshia Thomas’ hometown of Ann Arbor, Michigan. Like many who were staunchly against the white supremacist group, 18-year-old Keshia joined other anti-KKK protestors that day in what was intended to be a peaceful demonstration against the Klan’s hatred. Show More Summary

A New Boy Scout Program Is Creating the Next Generation of Business Leaders

One of the largest youth organizations in the world, Scouting has produced numerous prominent entrepreneurs. Now, the group in teaming up with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce with an eye toward the future.

The Radio Dept. – “Swedish Guns”

26 minutes agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

The Radio Dept., the enigmatic Swedish conceptual pop group, haven’t released a studio album since 2010’s Clinging To A Scheme, and we haven’t heard from them since they released their “This Repeated Sodomy” single almost a year ago. But this fall, the group will finally return with a new studio LP called Running Out Of […]

Clinton emailed classified information after leaving State Dept.

Hillary Clinton continued sending classified information even after leaving the State Department, The Post has exclusively learned. On May 28, 2013, months after stepping down as secretary of state, Clinton sent an email to a group of diplomats and top … Continued

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