February 12, 2016
Original, must reads to get you ahead of the curve today.
US and Russia Broker Syria Peace Plan
Democrats Duel Over Health Care, Loyalty to Obama
North Korea Puts Joint Industrial Park Under Military Rule
Scientists Find Albert Einstein’s Gravitational Ripples
Zenefits Under Regulatory Investigation
Kanye West Debuts Album at Fashion Show
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As it turns out, your wedding budget may determine how long you stay married.
Meet the petite woman guarding the world’s most dangerous border — the Mediterranean.
He’s been sentenced to death in absentia, and now this Pennsylvania professor is calling out a darling of the West.
Pay this Brazilian to “watch” your car — or else …
The secret to regaining power in Congress starts with cartography.
OZY CEO Carlos Watson discusses drones, Indian politics and speech therapy.
Hug your nearest map-maker. Cartography may not have a chance, given the changing nature of the nation-state.
The Donald’s campaign, like his business empire, employs some surprisingly shrewd tactics.
A former accountant plans on giving the world’s most dominant athlete the “beating of her life.”
Nerds around the world are coming up with plans for using “data furnaces” to heat dwellings, fish farms and even kindergartens.
He feeds polluted water to worms. The worms eat crap. Clean water for irrigation comes out.
Older employees still have a few tricks up their sleeves that their employers might appreciate.
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