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A Day Late, A Dollar Short: What The U.S. (And The World) Still Aren't Getting About Zika

While Zika cases in Puerto Rico, and now the continental United States, have risen into the thousands, and Zika-related miscarriages and birth defects continue to climb, Congress is still treating Zika like an opportunity to score political points rather than a full-blown medical emergency. Show More Summary

Law Library of Congress Report on Miranda Warning Equivalents Around the World

The Law Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. has published a report a little while ago about Miranda Warning Equivalents in more than 100 countries around the world.In the United States, so-called Miranda rights are named after the US Supreme Court decision of Miranda v. Show More Summary

What's Dan Uggla up to? Playing baseball with six former Nats and Chipper Jones

Uggla will compete at the National Baseball Congress World Series next month on a team formed by Adam LaRoche.

Dr. Eugene Braunwald to Deliver Opening Lecture at International Academy of Cardiology, Annual Scientific Sessions 2016, 21st World Congress on Heart Disease

Asher Kimchi, M.D., Founder and Chairman of the International Academy of Cardiology, today announced the selection of Eugene Braunwald, M.D., Distinguished Hersey Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, and founding Chairman of the TIMI Study Group at the Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts, USA, to deliver the tenth H.J.C. Show More Summary

Roger Clemens leads team of former MLB stars in baseball tournament

When the National Baseball Congress World Series begins next month, it will have a slightly different look. For one thing, the tournament will go from a double-elimination format to one featuring pool play. Oh, and a team almost entirely composed of former MLB players, with Roger Clemens foremost among some big names, will be taking part. […]

Huawei MateBook: A second opinion

Huawei has made an impressive Windows 10 debut but still has room for improvement. I was lucky enough to be one of the early ones to see Huawei's first Windows 10 product, the MateBook, back in a briefing at Mobile World Congress this February gone. Show More Summary

Congress releases info detailing Saudi Arabia’s 9/11 ties

last weekNews : NY Daily News

The secret document has long been fodder for speculation that Saudi officials knew of the pending World Trade Center attack.

Carelessness In The Age Of Rage

By Bijan R. Kian and JoEllen Chatham We live in an angry world as we prepare to elect the next president of the United States. Speaking before a Joint Session of Congress on September 11, 1990, a decade before the attack on freedom and democracy in New York City, President George H. Show More Summary

Remember the Alcatel Idol 4S? US pre-orders begin this Friday for $350

We gave you guys a hands-on look at the Alcatel Idol 4S back during Mobile World Congress last February. That was almost 5 months ago. Today the manufacturer announced that the phone is finally gearing up for its US debut where it will be available for pre-order this Friday, July 15th at the introductory price of $350.

Alcatel Idol 4S unboxing and first impressions

Alcatel's latest flagship is here, and it offers a lot of bang for the buck. The Idol 4S was unveiled at Mobile World Congress 2016 in February, and it's now ready for pre-order. It looks and feels like a high-end phone, but it isn't priced like one. Show More Summary

Look out, Samsung: Alcatel's Idol 4S is respectable, affordable and all about VR

As if Xiaomi and Huawei eating Samsung's lunch in the smartphone market wasn't already enough trouble, now the Korean electronics giant has to worry about Alcatel. Announced at Mobile World Congress in February, Alcatel's finally revealed a release date and U.S. Show More Summary

The Library of Alexandria and the Library of Congress

The great Library of Alexandria was renowned in antiquity as a repository of all accessible knowledge that aimed “to collect, if possible, all the books in the world” (according to the 2nd century BCE Letter of Aristeas). Until its destruction,...Show More Summary

Union Square: 1958

Union Square, San Francisco, looking north up Powell Street, circa 1958. I believe my parents were in America at the time to attend the 13th Junior Chamber International World Congress at the Hotel Leamington in Minneapolis; I am only...Show More Summary

I accidentally broke the super-rugged Cat S60 smartphone

This year's Mobile World Congress played host to plenty of phones I couldn't stop playing with, and the $599, Caterpillar-branded Cat S60 was near the top of my list. First, though, a painfully obvious disclosure: I have never, nor do I currently, work in construction. Show More Summary

HTC Desire 10 could emerge as next mid-range flagship

New standard-bearer for mid-range tipped to launch "end of Q3." Since HTC unveiled a trio of largely forgettable Desire phones back at Mobile World Congress, there's not been much to get excited about from the company's mid-range brand. Show More Summary

Congress’ Inhuman Refugee Bills

2 weeks agoNews : The Daily Beast

We say were a pious country. And yet we turn our backs on the very people in the world who are suffering the most.

Does Zap&Go have this energy storage issue solved?

At the recent Mobile World Congress Shanghai, I got the chance to look at a new battery solution that could challenge lithium ion technology for the energy storage throne. Zap&Go’s fast-charging solution uses graphene-based supercapacitors,...Show More Summary

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