News of the World | Uruguay prison turns inmates into entrepreneurs

Rolando Bustamante watches his employees turn out one concrete block after another, occasionally checking an electronic tablet that records orders from clients and that lets him

News of the World | Sudan’s deadly crackdown evokes Arab Spring bloodshed

In the Middle East, it has often begun the same way: a popular swell of street protests against long-entrenched autocrats and demonstrators inspired by burgeoning aspirations for democracy and

Travelog | Famed Indian climber nearly died on peak where team was lost

To Manmohan Singh Kohli, who led the first Indian team to the peak of Mount Everest, modern mountaineering bears little resemblance to the expeditions he headed decades

News of the World | Help your children play out a story and watch them become more creative

Children express creativity through “pretend play” – an activity that involves using imagination and make-believe. They make up stories and ideas “from scratch” and use props like

News of the World | Simply elegant, Morse code marks 175 years and counting

The first message sent by Morse code’s dots and dashes across a long distance traveled from Washington, D.C., to Baltimore on Friday, May 24, 1844 – 175

Exclusive: Europe’s far-right parties wooing the young

They are strikingly young, but emphatic that they should not be considered newcomers. Rather, they are claiming the mantle of Old Europe at its most traditional.

Travelog | Space-tourism enters ‘home stretch’ toward commercial flight

Billionaire Richard Branson is moving Virgin Galactic’s winged passenger rocket and more than 100 employees from California to a remote commercial launch and landing facility in southern

News of the World | UN report Humans accelerating extinction of species

People are putting nature in more trouble now than at any other time in human history, with extinction looming over 1 million species of plants and animals,

News of the World | Eight things you may not know about Leonardo da Vinci

This year marks the 500th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci’s death. Widely considered one of the greatest polymaths in human history, Leonardo was an

Science | Seeing is believing: Black holes are cosmic prisons

Black holes are cosmic prisons, where nothing escapes, not light or even data. But lots did come out of last month’s first image of the shadowy edge

News of the World | Notre Dame fire was a warning bell. But will Europe listen?

It’s a thin line where the patina of age on Europe’s countless monuments gives way to the onset of neglect. Like with so many loved ones, all

Exclusive | Mysterious operative haunted Kaspersky critics

Keir Giles’ first thought was that the man’s cheap-looking suit didn’t seem right for a private equity executive. The man seated in front of him at the

Smoking pot vs. tobacco: What science says about lighting up

As more states make it legal to smoke marijuana, some government officials, researchers and others worry what that might mean for one of the country’s biggest public

News of the World | Scammers peddling bogus tax breaks find traction on Facebook

The scam ads used photos of nearly every U.S. governor — and sometimes President Donald Trump — to claim that with new, lucrative tax incentives, people might

News of the World | The surprising (and Long) story of the first use of ether in surgery

In the small town of Jefferson, Georgia, about 20 miles from the University of Georgia in Athens, a 26-year-old physician named Crawford Williamson Long removed a tumor

News of the World | Upstart party turns cannabis into key Israeli election issue

The Cinderella story of Israel’s current election campaign is a fringe party led by an ultranationalist libertarian with a criminal record who vows to legalize marijuana, and

Decline in readers, ads leads hundreds of newspapers to fold

Five minutes late, Darrell Todd Maurina sweeps into a meeting room and plugs in his laptop computer. He places a Wi-Fi hotspot on the table and turns

News Of The World | Las Vegas bets on Elon Musk for tunnel transit system

Las Vegas’ tourism agency announced yesterday it is recommending that an enterprise backed by the divisive billionaire receive a contract to build and operate an underground tunnel

News of the World | How ‘completely avoidable’ measles cases continue to climb

The U.S. has counted more measles cases in the first two months of this year than in all of 2017 — and part of the rising

News of the World | Oscars predictions: What will win, what should win

The Nominees: “Black Panther,” “BlacKkKlansman,” “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “The Favourite,” “Green Book,” “Roma,” “A Star Is Born,” “Vice” The guild wins, which usually point the way, have been all

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