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UNICEF: We Need to Treat Refugee Kids Like Our Own

Beyond a single image, a UNICEF official on the scale and scope of the child refugee crisis.

Tulsa Cop Charged With Manslaughter in Crutcher Shooting

A Oklahoma cop was charged with manslaughter for the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man, the Tulsa County District Attorney announced Thursday.

Feds Close Inquiry Into Death After Virginia Police Tasing

There will be no federal charges against three police officers who repeatedly tased a man outside a Virginia hospital in May 2013, the DOJ announced.

Tulsa Cop Charged With Manslaughter in Death of Terence Crutcher

A Oklahoma cop was charged with manslaughter for the fatal shooting of an unarmed black man, the Tulsa County District Attorney announced Thursday.

Sec. Carter: Russians Behind Airstrikes on Aid Convoy

High ranking Pentagon officials told members of Congress on Thursday that the Russians are responsible for airstrikes on an aid convoy to Aleppo

No ‘Definitive’ Evidence N.C. Man Pointed Gun at Cops: Chief

The chief the videos he watched fails to show 'absolute definitive, visual evidence' that Keith Lamont Scott brandished his weapon at the cops.

Broadway Musical ‘Allegiance’ is Headed to the Big Screen

"Allegiance," a musical starring George Takei, will be in cinemas for a one-night-only show.

The New Ghost in the Shell Teasers Are Truly Hair-Raising

These 10-second promos for Scarlett Johansson's forthcoming manga adaptation are very, very bold and very, very bald. The post The New Ghost in the Shell

Men Who Found NYC Bomb Had No ‘Clue’ What It Was

"They don't seem to handle the pressure cooker with any kind of delicacy, as they would if they had any clue of what it was,"

A Concept Gadget Gives Digital Currency That Real Money Feel

Scrip is designed to explore how we might interact more meaningfully with our digital currency. The post A Concept Gadget Gives Digital Currency That Real

Voter Registration Flap Still Haunting Election Agency

A bid by a Washington bureaucrat to help red states enforce tight restrictions on voter registration failed. But the fallout continues.

Michigan is one step closer to putting driverless vehicles on the road – Roadshow

Four bills addressing self-driving cars have made their way through a House committee.

Tension Grips Charlotte After Second Night of Violent Protests

The person was shot Wednesday as demonstrators clashed for a second night with police in North Carolina, a day after cops killed Keith Scott.

Actress Responds to Reports of Affair With Brad Pitt

Several reports this week suggested a relationship between Marion Cotillard and Brad Pitt was the reason Angelina Jolie filed for divorce.

Taiwan Demands Google Blur Island Claimed by China: Report

Taiwan has asked Google to blur satellite images showing what appear to be new military facilities on a disputed island also claimed by China.

Don’t Let Yourself Get Too Close to Event[0]’s AI

In Event[0], a new game by independent developer Ocelot Society, you'll have to talk to---and bond with---a chatty AI in order to find your way

The Couple Behind HBO’s Westworld Want to Know What Is Wrong With Us All

Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy have been married since 2009. In their new HBO series, the TV veterans explore AI, violence, and what is wrong

The Muddled Link Between Booze and Cancer

Alcohol’s potential health benefits may have been grossly oversold by industry-funded research—distracting consumers from the realities of cancer risk. The post The Muddled Link Between

The Next Big Idea May Be Growing Far From Silicon Valley

True product breakthroughs now come from places and people that are typically overlooked by Silicon Valley---and maybe they always have. The

U.S. Tests for Mustard Agent on Shell Launched at Base

A rocket containing mustard agent landed near a base housing American troops in Iraq, a U.S. official said.

This Volcano Photo Is Fire—or Lava, if We’re Being Technical

One photographer's volcano obsession paid off with the perfect lava shot. The post This Volcano Photo Is Fire—or Lava, if We’re Being Technical appeared first

State of Emergency Declared as Charlotte Descends Into Chaos

The person was shot Wednesday as demonstrators clashed for a second night with police in North Carolina, a day after cops killed Keith Scott.

Google marks the start of fall (and spring) with dueling doodles – CNET

In the Northern Hemisphere, Google celebrates the falling leaves, while down under warmer days welcome budding flowers.

How to Make Sitting on a Train More Like Sitting at a Bar

The idea, should railway companies adopt it, is that by encouraging a more upright kind of commuting posture, more passengers can more have seats. The

Bomb Suspect Rahami’s Wife Returning to U.S.

Aziza Rahami is considered a witness and not a suspect, according to law enforcement sources.

Why Viewing Bodycams in Scott Shooting Won’t Be Easy

A state law enacted in July made police videos off limits to the public means details in Scott's shooting could remain under wraps for a

Cafeteria Worker Who Quit Slams Student Lunch Policy

"I have no problem holding parents accountable, but kids need the energy to focus throughout the day," she said.

Chief: Officers Warned Scott to Drop Gun Multiple Times

'The officers gave loud, clear verbal commands which were also heard by many of the witnesses,' the police chief said.

Save the Day PAC Assembles Hollywood’s A-List to Get Out the Vote

The video also spotlights the election's effect on Congress, the Supreme Court, immigration, student debt, and gun control.

Poll: Majority Concerned About Trump’s Controversial Comments

Meanwhile, 64 percent of voters say they have concerns about Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server.

The Quest to Build a Portable Anti-Neutrino Detector for Nukes

In theory, anti-neutrinos are a perfect fingerprint for nuclear reactor activity, a spoof-proof method that doesn’t require inspections or satellite spying. The post The Quest

Trump Reacts to Shootings, Don King Uses N-word

Donald Trump on Wednesday reacted for the first time to the police shootings of black men in Tulsa, Oklahoma and Charlotte, North Carolina, saying he

Poll: Nearly 70% Concerned About Trump’s Comments

Meanwhile, 64 percent of voters say they have concerns about Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server.

Government Requests For Twitter Info Keep Growing

Twitter says government requests of user account information are up 2.1 percent. The post Government Requests For Twitter Info Keep Growing appeared first on WIRED.

Clinton’s App Is Trouncing Trump’s in Pretty Much Every Way

Presidential politics is not a game. But Clinton's campaign says treating the election a little more like Candy Crush is already snagging more support. The

Nikon’s KeyMission 360-Degree Camera Takes Aim at Tomorrow

Nikon's latest isn't a 360 camera or an action camera. It's both. The post Nikon's KeyMission 360-Degree Camera Takes Aim at Tomorrow appeared first on

Gary Johnson: WIRED Should Have Endorsed Me for President

Hillary Clinton is everything that Silicon Valley has been fighting against since Al Gore invented the Internet. The post Gary Johnson: WIRED Should Have Endorsed

The Burning Beauty of Solar Energy in the Nevada Desert

That huge solar array you see flying over Nevada is even more amazing from the ground. The post The Burning Beauty of Solar Energy

Police Chief to Cops Who Kill: ‘You’re Making Us All Look Bad’

Rodney Muterspaw took to Twitter with vent his frustrations after video was released showing the fatal police shooting of Terence Crutcher.

‘Rock Star’ Cleric Inspiring Terror From Beyond the Grave

Said one expert, "He is going to be famous for a long time."
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