February 18, 2019 Archive February 2019

Routine blackouts in Haiti symbolize a loss of political power for its citizens

Do Facebook and Google need to be broken up?

A secure relationship with passwords means not being attached to how you pick them

Whole Foods is raising prices less than two years after Amazon’s acquisition

These unique headphones let you hear the outside world

How do I talk to my kids about violence on TV and in movies or games?

Star Trek’s formula for sustainable urban innovation

Amazon’s decision to pull out of NYC is a massive blow to corporate welfare

This map shows you what your city will feel like in 2080 and boy, are we in for a treat

Fox Business host Trish Regan tells Salon: AOC-style socialism could turn U.S. into Venezuela

This handy recharging station helps you re-use batteries

Young plaintiffs move to block U.S. fossils fuel exploration

Is Howard Schultz an enemy of democracy? He wants to detonate the grenade in the Constitution

Veni, Vidi, Tweeti (I came, I saw, I tweeted)

The lobbying swamp is flourishing in Trump’s Washington

Why Trump failed to convince North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons, and how he can do better

How higher education has been weaponized in the age of Trump — and how it can be redeemed

Utah’s novel plan for Medicaid expansion opens door to spending caps sought by GOP

Venomous yellow scorpions are moving into Brazil’s big cities—and the infestation may be unstoppable

A new comprehensive report shows how women in STEM face huge disadvantages

Who’s afraid of Daniel Bryan? Meet the climate-conscious villain of the wrestling world

The complexities of cannabis: How I learned growing pot isn't for slackers

"Funky Drummer" Clyde Stubblefield, keeper of James Brown's beat, never truly got his due