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Deal or No Deal? Iran’s Nukes

July opens with international negotiations, deadlines, talks, and backtracking.

News Bytes 07/01/2015 0
Paris Taxis vs. Uber

French authorities have taken two Uber managers into custody.

News Bytes 06/30/2015 0
Terror Negotiation

“We don’t negotiate with terrorists.” That’s been the official United States policy for over 200 years.

News Bytes 06/29/2015 1
Forgiveness in Charleston

“Because He lives, we can face tomorrow.” That’s the victorious message preached in Charleston and heard around the world.

News Bytes 06/26/2015 1
Buried Pirate Treasure

Diving for buried pirate treasure energizes Barry Clifford. Coins, jewelry, swords—he’s brought dozens of artifacts up from ocean floor.

News Bytes 06/25/2015 1
Sunburn Stickers

Attention! You’ve had enough sun for today!

News Bytes 06/24/2015 6
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Pop Smart 06/29/2015
Age of the Super Fan

Reid Jones is no movie star, but he still got his own time on the red carpet.

Taste Test 06/29/2015
All in the Voice

Before there were guitars, violins, pianos, or even harps, there was a musical instrument for all people: the human voice.

Mud Room 06/29/2015
Warning: Amphibians Crossing

How do salamanders and frogs cross the road? In New England, the answer may be via human.

People Mover 06/29/2015
Push Play to Fight Dementia

“Good morning, merry sunshine, how did you wake so soon?” sings the woman on the video.

Globe Trek 06/29/2015
China’s Fake Palace

China already has its own copies of London’s Tower Bridge and Paris’s Eiffel Tower.

Time Traveler 06/29/2015
Change for a $20?

Lawmakers think we need change for a 20—the $20 bill, that is.

Explain IT 06/29/2015
Large Hadron Collider 2.0

The world’s largest machine just got an upgrade.

Law N' Order 06/29/2015
No Limestone Unturned

Amidst swirling white powder, workers in the quarries of southern Egypt spend long days hewing blocks of limestone.

Ka-Ching 06/29/2015
Cashing in on Sales Data

A glitch in the computer system at Starbucks temporarily shut down thousands of U.S. stores in April.

Pie in the Sky 06/29/2015
Bug Bites

If a fly in your soup bugs you, avoid Don Bugito. At the San Francisco insect “snackeria,” creepy-crawlies aren’t unwelcome intruders.

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