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River Cleanup Yields Cleaner Fish

Fifty years after the Cuyahoga River fire, fish from the river are deemed safe to eat.

News Bytes 03/22/2019 14
Google’s First AI Doodle

Google celebrates Bach with AI-powered Doodle.

News Bytes 03/21/2019 18
Kazakhstan President Resigns

President Nursultan Nazarbayev’s resignation is causing doubt over the future of Kazakhstan.

News Bytes 03/21/2019 11
Trouble in the Seychelles

The Seychelles undersea mapping mission hits challenge after challenge.

News Bytes 03/20/2019 11
Last Blockbuster on Earth

A store in an Oregon strip mall is the last Blockbuster Video on the planet.

News Bytes 03/20/2019 37
Indonesian Floods & Mud

Heavy rains trigger floods and mudslides in Indonesia.

News Bytes 03/19/2019 10
College Admission Fraud

Bribery and fraud haven’t usually been associated with entering college. . . . until now.

News Bytes 03/18/2019 25
American Art Expansion

Visitors to the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City can finally find Native American art in the American Wing.

News Bytes 03/15/2019 19
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Explain It 02/18/2019
Dutch Rail Makes Reparations

Dutch railway company NS may begin paying reparations for its role in transporting Jews during World War II.

Pie in the Sky 02/21/2019
Internal Insulin Injector

Is there a solution to daily shots for diabetics? An ingestible pill that delivers its dose inside the stomach may soon mean fewer pricks for sick people.

Mud Room 02/19/2019
Denmark Fences Out Wild Boars

Denmark is building a 43-mile fence to try to prevent the spread of African swine fever, which could devastate the nation's pork industry.

Globe Trek 02/18/2019
Missionaries as Media Correspondents

Today, cable television broadcasts world news 'round the clock. But not too long ago, most world news was shaped by reporting from Christian missionaries around the globe.

Pop Smart 02/21/2019
Fish Pedicures

One fish species that is known to feed on dead skin is providing an unusual luxury spa treatment for cracked and callused feet.

Law 'N Order 02/18/2019
China Surveillance

China is amassing huge amounts of data on its 1.4 billion citizens. Those whose ideas conflict with Communist Party goals may be monitored and punished.

Ka-ching 02/18/2019
Goodbye Checkout Lines

Cashier-less stores are coming. But will saying “goodbye” to checkout lines also signal privacy problems?

People Mover 02/19/2019
Honduran Lobster Divers

Diving for lobsters is a way of life for some poor Hondurans. But decompression sickness can kill or disable those who dive deep for a living.

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