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A Clever Cat Skillfully Opens a Dresser Drawer, Jumps In and Closes It From the Inside

2 hours agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

In deciding to hide away from the world, a very clever Bengal cat named Loki rather skillfully reached up and opened the third drawer of a wooden dresser, climbed inside the drawer and expertly closed it from the inside. According to...Show More Summary

A French smart city network is going global to fight climate change

DataCity wants to helps cities around the world become smarter, greener, and more efficient In the wake of President Trump’s decision to pull the U.S. out of the Paris Accords, many American mayors promised to work with sister cities across the globe to continue to battle climate change. Show More Summary

10 Jarring Population Figures That Are Looming

The world's population is going to boom over the next 30 years, growing by a billion in just 15 years and 2 billion by 2050, according to a UN report released Wednesday. Half of that growth is projected to come in just nine countries, shaking up the list of the...

Hunks At War: ABC’s David Muir Has HOT Competition!

David Muir may have to watch his back! According to insiders, a network newcomer is gunning for his spotlight. The American World News Tonight anchor officially lost his rank as the hunk of ABC News, as network honchos scooped up a hot new correspondent — almost half his age. After luring the BBC journalist from Read More

Frequent hot summers in Europe/west Asia and northeast Asia after the mid-1990s

After the mid-1990s, the global surface temperature presented a significant warming trend. According to the World Meteorological Organization, the global mean surface temperature of the period from 2011 to 2015 has increased by 0.57° over the period from 1961 to 1990. Show More Summary

UN releases inconceivable new estimate of Earth's 2050 population

Right now there are 7.5 billion people on Earth and counting. But the world in 2050 will be even more packed, according to new United Nations (UN) projections. The new World Population Prospects: 2017 Revision report estimates that there could be nearly 10 billion people on the planet in a little over 30 years.[...]

Barack Obama could be part of an NBA team’s ownership group, which is awesome and unfair

Imagine Obama recruiting free agents? Former United States president-turned coolest normal human being in the world, Barack Obama made a name for himself with his level of involvement in hoops, both NBA and college. Now, according to...Show More Summary

SL Green to build a tower near the World Trade Center

SL Green Realty Corp. has been assembling properties in Lower Manhattan to demolish in order to build a new tower near the World Trade Center, according to the New York Post. Last year the realty... To view the full story, click the title link.

Snapchat's new maps feature shows you where your friends are (SNAP)

Snapchat is expanding into the world of mapping. A new feature announced on Wednesday called Snap Maps will let the app's 166 million users share their locations with each other, according to a company blog post. A trailer for the feature...Show More Summary

Australia's pay fight endangers international game

2 days agoSports / Cricket : The Cordon

With domestic T20 leagues gaining traction across the world, Cricket Australia's approach to the pay dispute has added risk to the future of international cricket, according to the former ACA chief executive

Kim Kardashian and Kanye West: Third Child Actually on the Way?!?

Welp. This is one way to boost ratings for Keeping Up with the Kardashians Season 14. According to sources close to Kim Kardashian and Kanye West, the couple really is making plans to welcome a third child into the world. Not via another...Show More Summary

Some Good News On Coral Reefs For A Change

A global coral bleaching event that's been killing reefs around the world since early 2015 finally appears to be ending, according to a report just released by the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration. That said, reefs aren't out of hot water yet. More »      

Nas, Questlove, and pretty much everyone else in hip hop is mourning the death of Prodigy

Son, they shook. The hip-hop world is collectively in mourning Tuesday as Prodigy, half of the the legendary rap duo Mobb Deep, died at the age of 42 earlier this week, according to a statement released by his publicist. The news comes...Show More Summary

The Retired Senate Historian Said the Health Care Law Breaks With a Century of Tradition

The level of secrecy in crafting the Senate’s health care bill has not been seen since before World War I, according to esteemed Senate historian emeritus Donald Ritchie. Ritchie, who worked in the Senate Historical Office for nearly four decades, told the Los Angeles Times that the upper chamber has not drafted such a major…

Big Solutions to Tiny Particles: Innovative Solutions Can Help Tackle Air-Quality Challenges for the U.S and our Neighbors

Air pollution is the fourth leading risk factor in premature death worldwide according to the World Health Organization, leading to about 5.5 million premature deaths in 2013 alone.

‘Grand Theft Avocado’

3 days agoNews / Crime : Sword and Scale

Health-conscious individuals around the world are making avocados a staple in their diet. It shouldn’t come to a surprise, according to WebMD one avocado can provide more than 20 vitamins

First Look: GSMA Innovation City Returning to MWC Shanghai

MMW learned Monday that the GSMA Innovation City will return to Mobile World Congress Shanghai for the fifth year. According to a statement provided to MMW, the popular exhibition space invites visitors to experience how mobile-connected...Show More Summary

Deadly heatwaves will continue to rise, study finds

Seventy-four percent of the world's population will be exposed to deadly heatwaves by 2100 if carbon gas emissions continue to rise at current rates, according to a study published in Nature Climate Change. Even if emissions are aggressively reduced, the percent of the world's human population affected is expected to reach 48 percent.

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