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Renowned Architect I.M. Pei Dies at 102

Globally famous Chinese-American modernist architect I.M. Pei passes away at age 102.

News Bytes 05/17/2019 9
Record 23rd Everest Climb

A Sherpa mountain climber has broken his own record for most successful Everest climbs.

News Bytes 05/17/2019 9
San Francisco Bans Face ID

San Francisco is the first U.S. city to ban the use of facial recognition technology.

News Bytes 05/16/2019 16
Archie Bumps Uncle Andrew

The new royal baby changes the line of British succession.  

News Bytes 05/15/2019 13
Drone Attacks in Middle East

Yesterday, drones hit an oil pipeline that runs across Saudi Arabia.

News Bytes 05/15/2019 15
North-South Koreas’ Joint Music

Could a rare joint musical concert bring the two Koreas closer?

News Bytes 05/14/2019 26
Kids’ Alexa

Some folks worry that Alexa is always listening—and never forgetting.

News Bytes 05/13/2019 55
Aasia Bibi Takes Refuge in Canada

Aasia Bibi is finally out of Pakistan.

News Bytes 05/10/2019 23
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Explain It 04/29/2019
Baseball: New Rules, New Fans?

New technology, new strategies, new rules—soon baseball could look a lot different.

People Mover 04/29/2019
Valve-Turners: Heroes or Terrorists?

Environmental activists who target oil pipelines might be doing more harm than good.

Pop Smart 04/29/2019
En Garde for Lightsabers

The French Fencing Federation is giving lightsabers equal rank with the traditional blades of the Olympics.

Ka-ching 04/29/2019
E-Scooters Offer Thrifty Transport

Electric scooters are nerdy, trendy, and fun, but they have pros and cons.

Globe Trek 04/29/2019
Salt Cave Keeps Growing

Researchers have discovered the world’s longest salt cave near the Dead Sea.

Mud Room 04/29/2019
Northern Red Sea Coral Are Thriving

Earth’s coral reefs are in danger, but in Israel, there’s a rare glimmer of hope.

Law 'N Order 04/29/2019
Copyright Almost Kills Mockingbird

A dispute over rights to produce a play landed two parties in court.

Pie in the Sky 04/29/2019
Human Survival Tips from the Tardigrade

Earth’s tiny ultimate survivor is prompting inquiry by the U.S. Defense Department.

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