Minister of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries Audley Shaw has said that the competitiveness of Jamaican goods and services in the global economy rests largely on the efforts of the export community […]
Last week, The New York Times reported on the federal government’s plans to collect DNA samples from people in immigration custody, including asylum seekers. This is an infringement of civil rights and privacy, and opens […]
We may have already discovered the essence of life on Mars 40 years ago, according to a former NASA scientist. Gilbert V. Levin, who was principal investigator on a NASA experiment that […]
The Lines of Code That Changed Everything Apollo 11, the JPEG, the first pop-up ad, and 33 other bits of software that have transformed our world.
Back in 2009, Facebook launched a world-changing piece of code—the “like” button. “Like” was the brainchild of several programmers and designers, including Leah Pearlman and Justin Rosenstein. They’d hypothesized that Facebook users […]
The Fort Worth, Texas cop who fatally shot Atatiana Jefferson in her own home has been arrested and charged with murder. Fort Worth PD released a mugshot of Dean following his arrest […]
Offering perhaps the most stark example yet of how pressure from Beijing is influence the discourse both within and around the NBA in the wake of the now-infamous Daryl Morey tweet expressing […]
Yesterday, we learned that our suspicions were correct, and that the US-China “Phase One” deal purportedly hashed out between the two sides last week appears to be more of the same disingenuous […]