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Kenya’s Graffiti Train Seeks To Promote A Peaceful Election

Kenya’s peace train is ready to roll. Kenyan graffiti artists received permission from the Rift Valley Railway to spray-paint a […]

As 3-D Printing Become More Accessible, Copyright Questions Arise

Many believe 3-D printing could help spark a manufacturing renaissance in the U.S. — even President Obama highlighted this technology […]

Cyber-Bulling Law Shields Teachers From Student Tormentors

Ganging up on classmates online can get students suspended. But sometimes teachers are the target of cyber-bullying and in North […]

Forecasting Climate With A Chance Of Backlash

When it comes to climate change, Americans place great trust in their local TV weather caster, which has led climate […]

“Oil and Natural Gas Production Drives Electricity Boom”

Oklahoma’s oil and natural gas boom is a big electricity hog, and rural utilities are struggling to keep up. Source: […]

Prisoner’s Handwritten Petition Prompts Justices To Weigh Government Immunity

This year marks the 50th anniversary of Gideon v. Wainwright, the Supreme Court’s landmark decision requiring the states to provide […]

Get A Social Security Check? Treasury Says It’s Time To Go Electronic

Every month, the government sends out about 5 million checks to Americans who receive federal benefits. On March 1, the […]

‘Reader’s Digest’ Parent Company Files For Bankruptcy Protection

Reader’s Digest, the venerable magazine that has battled declining readership, may be in trouble: Its parent company has filed for […]

EU Says No To Arming Syrian Rebels

Syrian rebels won’t be getting arms from the European Union – at least for now. EU foreign ministers meeting in […]

Israel’s ‘Prisoner X’ May Have Passed State Secrets

Last week we told you about “Prisoner X,” the mysterious Israeli-Australian citizen who worked for Israel’s spy agency Mossad. Australian […]

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