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Trump’s immigration order means bureaucrats have to decide who’s a “real” Christian

President Trump’s executive order on immigration has a clause that is supposed to protect religious minorities. Trump has made clear he has in mind primarily Christians from the Middle East. If implemented, individuals who can show evidence of being persecuted as Christian will qualify for a fast …

HomeUnion Review: A New Way to Be a Landlord | Investopedia

With homeownership rates at a 50-year low and more than 2,600 new renters entering the rental market every day, now is a good time to be a landlord. …

Real Estate

Scientists Have Confirmed a Brand New Phase of Matter: Time Crystals

Constant motion without energy.<p>For months now, there's been speculation that researchers might have finally created time crystals - strange crystals …

Secondhand sugars are the new secondhand smoke — and they’re harming children

<i>Michael I. Goran is professor of preventive medicine and pediatrics at the University of Southern California and co-director of the school’s Diabetes and Obesity Research Institute. Emily Ventura is a writer, nutrition educator and public health advocate.</i><p>If you saw a pregnant woman smoking, you …

Public Health

Why Many People Believe Russian President Vladimir Putin is a Dictator

Find out about the Russian president's controversial history and ideologies.<p>“Forget talking about the Trump Administration. The question now is whether this will be a Trump Putin Administration or a Putin Trump Administration.”<p>Former CBS News anchorman, Dan Rather, wrote that on Facebook in …

Russia

In a first, scientists detect 'fast radio bursts' from beyond the Milky Way galaxy

Sifting through the heavens like prospectors panning silt for a glint of gold, astronomers say they have finally pinpointed the source of so-called fast radio bursts – brief, powerful and mysterious flashes of light.<p>The discovery, described in a paper in Nature and two others in Astrophysical …

See the Most Beautiful Sights in America on This $213 Train Trip

A big adventure doesn't have to cost you a fortune.<p>If one of your 2017 resolutions is to see all of the beauty and history that America has to offer on a dime, then you're going to love this supremely affordable travel idea.<p>Thanks to a brilliant train route devised by travel expert and blogger …

Trains

Google project has small name but tackles big security issue

Google on Monday released Project Wycheproof it described as "a set of security tests that check cryptographic software libraries for known vulnerabilities."<p>In cryptography, Google said, small mistakes can lead to catastrophic consequences. The project aims to stem mistakes that "repeat too often" …

Information Security

Meet Svelte, the Anti-Framework JavaScript Framework

A new tool carves up JS frameworks, leaving only the stuff your web app actually needs.<p>Writing and learning JavaScript can feel completely bonkers. There's often little to no free space to just sit down and write lean, elegant code in a way that even approaches "from scratch." This is because of …

​a guide to the new tokyo underground

As part of their latest exhibition Japanese art collective Chim↑Pom gathered some of Tokyo’s most off-beat performers together and set them loose on the city. Virtually unknown overseas, here are the gritty talents hidden under Tokyo’s surface.<p>Chim↑Pom are a daring collective of six young Tokyo …

China's new cybersecurity laws are a nightmare

Privacy fans will be <i>delighted</i> to hear that China has passed new cybersecurity regulations that mandate the use of real names. In addition, companies who operate in the country will be forced to store their data locally, making it fair game for surveillance. Finally, businesses will be pressured …

Human Rights

Researchers Use Brain Implant to Make Paralyzed Monkeys Walk

Getting these simians to walk was anything but monkey business.<p>Between 255,000-600,000 Americans can't walk because of paraplegia, or leg paralysis usually linked to spinal damage. But Tomislav Milekovic, a researcher at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL) in Lausanne, Switzerland, and …

Stock Markets Are Starting to Freak Out About a Donald Trump Victory

Global markets reacted as expected to Donald Trump’s rising prospects of winning the presidency—with a big selloff.<p>The Dow Jones Industrial Average …

This AI personal assistant took 3 years and millions to build — it completely fooled me

Amy and I exchanged eight emails fixing up a date and then another five when Blomfield had to rearrange. Only then did I spot something odd in Amy's email signature: "Artificial intelligence for scheduling meetings."<p>It turns out that I had been talking to an algorithm the whole time.<p>"I'm very happy …

The White Hat Hacker 2017 Bundle will help you launch an ethical hacking career

With the increase in malicious hackers around the world, there's also an increase in the need for the ethical hackers who stop them. Becoming one of …

Abolishing debt-based currency isn’t a new idea, but it could hold the secret to ending our economies’ environmentally damaging addiction to growth<p>When it comes to global warming, we know that the real problem is not just fossil fuels – it is the logic of endless growth that is built into our …

Habitats

Google is changing search in a big way

Google is now starting to experiment with one of its biggest changes to search. The company is beginning to test a new "mobile first" version of its …

Google Search

Here’s What Climate Change Could Do to New York City

Documentary filmmaker Josh Fox explains how rising sea levels could make the East Coast unrecognizable.<p>There’s a nice shot of the Brooklyn Bridge, of Williamsburg, Brooklyn, of Coney Island, the 9/11 Memorial, and the Statue of Liberty in a new video from director <b>Josh Fox</b>. And then there is the …