Tuesday, June 27
Like looking in the mirror?
It has been a year since Britain voted to leave the European Union, exposing deep divisions in a society that some say is beginning to resemble the United States.
Yum and good for the tum
Dr. Yum doesn’t just talk to her patients about being healthy; she goes all out by cooking nutritious meals for them using fresh ingredients from the clinic’s garden.
Sometimes it’s who you know
Access to people in high places is all it takes for some undocumented immigrants to get legal in America, because a member of Congress can step in and file a private bill.
India and Pakistan have fought three wars and they have nuclear weapons
While mutually assured destruction is keeping hostilities in check, some experts worry a misunderstanding could escalate to a full-fledged war with nuclear weapons in play.
Little farm, meet big data
Agriculture is fertile ground for the tech revolution and researchers want to bring artificial intelligence and big-data technology to small-scale, developing world farms.
Cell phones and satellites are the latest farm tools in Pakistan
Combining ancient farming methods with the latest technology to reap a bountiful harvest.
If you can’t beat them, join them
Washington officials got tired of cleaning up unlawful graffiti, but instead of prosecuting graffiti artists, they decided to pay them.