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New York City's giant inflatable ‘plugs’ could keep subway tunnels from flooding

As climate change escalates, cities around the world become increasingly at risk for flooding. By 2100, sea levels are expected to rise three to four feet — and are now rising faster than they have in 28 centuries, according to a 2016 study. Show More Summary

Belgians are playing Pokemon Go better than you do

The Pokemon Go craze is dying down, according to some reports, but the mobile game that took the world by storm in July is still one of the most popular iPhone and Android apps around. Niantic’s hit game inspired many people to come up with Pokemon Go-related content. Show More Summary

Real-Life Batman Suit Breaks World Record With 23 Functioning Gadgets

Bruce Wayne would certainly be nothing without his toys. Accordingly, here we see a real-life Batman suit that actually has nearly two dozen functioning gadgets. The cosplay suit is the work of Julian Checkley, a cosplay fanatic who made his first costume at age seven. From there, Checkley developed a deep affinity for comics and […]

9 times The Rock earned his $64.5 million

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson is a triple-threat who is now the world's highest-paid actor, according to Forbes. Having earned $64.5 million in the past year alone, there are the obvious ways he's earned the money: starring in successful...Show More Summary

New TV Show ‘Stove Tots’ Is the ‘Dance Moms’ of the Culinary World

Inside the cut-throat world of kid chefs Kitchen drama and helicopter parenting will come to a head in a new television series coming soon from FYI Network, a network that loves offbeat cooking shows. According to a release, Stove Tots...Show More Summary

CITI: If Trump wins, it would be a disaster for the global economy

A President Trump would not be good for the world economy, according to Citi. Willem Buiter, the chief economist at Citi, said in a note to clients on Thursday that a Trump win would weigh heavily on financial markets and his policies...Show More Summary

These Are The Three Things That Will Break The "China Calm" According To UBS

There has been no shortage of crises in the Western World lately with heightened concerns over Brexit, Italian Banks, Portugal's sovereign debt rating, Fed decisions, etc, all rattling the nerves of investors. But amid all the chaos in the West, Donna Kwok of UBS recently pointed out that China has been relatively "calm". Show More Summary

The Rock is now the highest-paid actor in the world — here's who he beat out

Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson has powered his way to the top of the mountain. The action star is the world's highest-paid actor with $64.5 million earned in the past year, according to Forbes.  Johnson, who more than doubled his earnings...Show More Summary

Newswire: Dwayne Johnson claims the title of world’s highest-paid actor

Take that, Vin Diesel (we guess): Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, currently in a ridiculous feud with his Fast franchise co-star, has been deemed the world’s highest-paid actor by Forbes, raking in $64.5 million in 2016. This, according to Forbes, is thanks to his paydays for Central Intelligence and the upcoming Fast 8 and Baywatch. Show More Summary

Opel Ampera-e (Chevy Bolt) Making World Premiere At Mondial de l’Automobile In Paris

The Opel Ampera-e, a rebranding of the soon-to-be-released Chevy Bolt, will be making its European debut in October at the “Mondial de l’Automobile” in Paris, according to a new press release. It’s not completely clear yet how seriously...Show More Summary

Pokémon Go Is Officially Dying According to a New Study

One of the most famous quotes from Game of Thrones is a simple tenet that serves as a great piece of wisdom in the real world: “All men must die.” It turns out that the same is true of apps, even the biggest and best of them. Pokémon Go has been one of the landmark […]

Manny Pacquiao in Philippine Senate: World Boxing Champ Cites Bible's Genesis 9:6, Exodus 21:12 and Romans 13:4 as Basis in Supporting Death Penalty

Death penalty is lawful under government statures and moral according to the Bible. These are the context of a privileged speech delivered in Philippine senate by Manny Pacquiao. The eight-division world boxing champion is a senator now in the Philippines. Show More Summary

Singapore rolls out the world's first fleet of self-driving taxis

Today in Singapore, driverless taxis will pick up their first passengers, beating Uber to the road by a matter of weeks. According to, the autonomous vehicle software startup nuTonomy will offer certain members of the public a free ride, which they can order using their smartphones. Show More Summary

PRB projects world population rising 33 percent by 2050 to nearly 10 billion

(Washington, DC)--The world population will reach 9.9 billion in 2050, up 33 percent from an estimated 7.4 billion now, according to projections included in the latest World Population Data Sheet from the Population Reference BureauShow More Summary

Colombia reaches agreement with rebels, ending 52-year conflict

yesterdayNews : NY Daily News

The accord with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia ends one of the world's longest-running armed conflicts.

What the World’s Population Will Look Like in 2050: By the Numbers

yesterdayNews : Newsweek: US

By 2050, the world’s population will increase by a third—it’s projected to reach 9.9 billion—and India will overtake China as the world's most populous country, according to the Population Reference Bureau. The new data sheet from the...Show More Summary

This Isn’t Scalextric – It’s A Real Autonomous Race Car

he first ‘devbot’ driverless electric roborace car is about to debut at the donington park circuit in england. according to reports from europe the first public appearance of the devbot which looks like a lmp car from the world endurance championship - at the formula e test sessions is a warm-up for the planned ‘roborace’ autonomous racing series. Show More Summary

Colombia, FARC rebels announce accord to end 5-decade war

Colombia's government and its biggest rebel group announced a deal Wednesday evening for ending their country's half-century guerrilla war, one of the world's longest-running armed conflicts. The government's accord with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia must still be ratified by voters...

16 photos that show the dirty way the world gets an important energy source

While global coal use has fallen significantly in recent years, so far in 2016 it has seen a slight rebound, placing among the top five best performing commodities, according to Citibank. And producers expect continued improvements this year. Show More Summary

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