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  • February 21, 2020
    Chris Woodward

    Students rally against fossil fuels while wind turbines pile up

    wind turbines in KansasStudents who have been convinced the earth is doomed from climate change are pushing major universities to stop investing in fossil fuels.

  • February 18, 2020
    Bob Kellogg

    'Alexa … was that a condescending remark?'

    AI technology (Alexa)Seemingly mirroring George Orwell's novel "1984," researchers at a Boston university are developing technology they say will uncover "implicit bias" in the workplace and then report the guilty party.

  • February 13, 2020
    Charlie Butts

    Another shield, a safer Internet for minors

    Teen on laptopTennessee lawmakers are considering a measure to give parents more control over what their family members view on the Internet.

  • February 11, 2020
    Charlie Butts, Billy Davis

    China trying to control spread of virus...and news

    Corona virus bedChina’s heavy-handed reaction to the spreading coronavirus has gone viral, and now a human rights watchdog is following the arrest of one citizen who ran afoul of authoritarian authorities.

  • January 29, 2020
    Chris Woodward

    Local election draws national attention over new twist

    texting on smartphoneA local vote in a Washington county is getting a lot of attention because of a new twist: voting by phone.

  • January 28, 2020
    Chris Woodward

    Doc: For now, flu more dangerous for U.S.

    Coronavirus patientDon't panic: That is a physician’s advice about the coronavirus that has spread from China to other countries around the globe.

  • January 22, 2020
    Chris Woodward

    Trump blasts Davos over 50 years of doomsday

    Trump at DavosAnyone paying attention knows President Donald Trump often fails to hold back his words, and the world's elites attending the World Economic Forum this week were reminded of that fact.

  • January 15, 2020
    Chris Woodward

    Environmentalists furious after Trump vows faster bureaucracy

    construction site workersPresident Donald Trump has already angered environmentalists for his skepticism that the planet is hurtling toward an irreversible apocalypse, and now the White House has announced plans to address environmental rules that slow down major construction projects.

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