Hillary Clinton, America’s First Woman President?

Clinton has time and again highlighted her historic candidacy as a step forward for all women.
A vehicle washed away by flashfloods caused by typhoon Washi lies outside down in Balulang village in Cagayan de Oro in southern Philippines

Major Polluters Accused Of Human Rights Violation

Energy companies, including Shell, BP and Chevron, have been asked to respond to allegations that their carbon emissions violated the rights of millions of people in the Philippines.

Make Money From Your Tumblr Blog

The Yahoo-owned blogging service is introducing ads on users’ blogs starting Thursday, which can also generate revenue for the bloggers.
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Are Video Games Less Sexist Now?

A study by Indiana University has found a dip in the sexualization of female primary characters in video games over the past decade.
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Your Urine Could Make Eco-Friendly Beer

A team of scientists in Belgium have created a device that uses solar energy to turn urine into potable water — which can then be used to brew beer.

Facebook Trounces Estimates With Sharp Ad Sales Growth

The leading social media company’s mobile app and push into video attracted new advertisers and encouraged existing ones to spend more.

Bacteria From nose can kill MRSA

Nose Bacteria Could Ward Off Deadly Infections

Scientists have found that the bacteria produce antibiotics that can act against a wide variety of treatment-resistant pathogens.

Justice Department Moves To Block Healthcare Mergers

After drawing concerns about a lack of competition — and an ethics controversy — the Cigna-Anthem proposal will likely fail.
Rio Olympics, Maracana Stadium

After Unrest, Olympics Soon Set To Begin

After a turbulent buildup, the sporting action at the 2016 Rio Olympics is about to begin.

Ambush Marketing Is Unstoppable In Rio

Olympics sponsorships have never been more expensive. So why is the IOC relaxing the rules governing what athletes can promote?