The 2019 European Parliament elections were well defended against outside interference.
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Though the effects were less this time, voters across the globe should remain vigilant against disinformation campaigns and election system hacking.
Living in an urban centre is no guarantee for new NBN technology.
Around half of homes in three major Australian cities only have access to very old technology: hybrid fibre-coaxial (HFC). For them, access to the NBN fibre network remains only a fairy tale.
It’s going to get loud.
Commercial and recreational drones are taking to the air. They're very noisy, and neighborhoods everywhere could become awfully loud.
Planetary scientists believe that Earth was formed by the conglomeration of meteorites and comets – which also brought water.
The source of water on Earth, the Moon and planets in our solar system is hotly debated. Some in the planetary science community argued that it came from asteroids and comets. Now they have proof.
How can both be sure the other hit it out?
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Sports fans see it all the time: two people arguing about a split-second difference in who did what. New research suggests human beings have a bias to perceive their own actions as happening sooner.
Parents collectively spend billions on tutoring. Is it money well spent?
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Tutoring is a billion-dollar industry. A former tutor explains what to look for in a tutor for your child and urges parents to consider free options before they open up their pocketbooks.
An aerial photo of Borneo shows deforestation and patches of remaining forest.
A new study lays out a road map for protecting and restoring 50% of Earth's surface, targeted to preserve biodiversity and maximize natural removal of carbon from the atmosphere.
Automation can often get ahead of safety regulators’ efforts.
Government regulators and industry experts often overlook the complexities and risks of human-technology interactions and increasingly rely on companies' voluntary oversight and self-assessments.
At 597 feet tall, India’s ‘Statue of Unity’ — celebrating independence hero Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel — is the world’s biggest statue.
Colossal public monuments to Hinduism are going up across India, sending an ominous message to the country's 260 million religious minorities.
The March 3, 2019, elections in Estonia were well-defended against anti-democracy influences.
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An Estonian cybersecurity leader explains how her country defends itself, its society and its elections from Russian interference.
Santa Clara County produced more patents than any other U.S. county in recent history.
When it comes to innovation, Santa Clara County is way ahead of the rest of the US. Between 2000 and 2015, more than 140,000 patents were granted there – triple the number of the next-ranked county.
Wreckage from Ethiopia Airlines Flight 302 lies near the crash site outside Addis Ababa.
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An analysis of flight data shows that problems began at a point when the pilot would normally have engaged the autopilot system.
What happens when assault survivors enter systems that are not designed to respond to their words or meet their needs.
Is connecting with their audience key to journalism’s future?
Journalism's crisis – loss of readers, revenue and respect – has led many to conclude that if the news business is to survive, it has to do a better job of connecting with its audience. How can it be done?
Dawn on the south rim of the Grand Canyon.
The Grand Canyon, which marks 100 years as a national park on Feb. 26, 2019, is known today as an iconic natural wonder. But early European visitors weren't impressed.
Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam, accompanied by his wife, speaks during a news conference.
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A philosopher argues that moral responsibility for past transgressions can actually change over time. The test lies in how deeply an individual has changed.
Contenido inflamatorio te puede influir la mente.
Leer un texto en una pantalla o escuchar un podcast activa áreas del cerebro de manera muy similar a cuando estamos en la situación que el lenguaje describe.
Childhood Holocaust survivors Simon Gronowski and Alice Gerstel Weit touring the Los Angeles Holocaust Museum.
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Memory is traumatic but also important in Holocaust remembrance. It also serves a critical role in providing lessons for the future.
Inflammatory words can prime a mind.
A new theory of language suggests that people understand words by unconsciously simulating what they describe. Repeated exposure – and the simulation that comes with it – makes it easier to act.
Elizabeth Ann Seton shrine.
Elizabeth Seton was canonized in 1975 as a saint. Charities founded by her continue her work with poor immigrants.