As President Obama pays the first visit to Cuba by a U.S. president in 88 years, the Cuban people are experiencing a mix of excitement and trepidation at what renewed relations will mean. After decades of relative economic isolation, Cuba is opening to more investment and trade, including from the U.S. As political and business […]
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On this week’s episode of Uninterrupted, we sit down with CNN political commentator Sally Kohn and writer/comedian Akilah Hughes.
Pro tip: never ever ask the internet for help, especially when it comes to naming a $288 million research ship. Such is the case for the UK’s Natural Environment Research … Read more
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Apple is holding an event today in Cupertino, and the company is planning once again to live stream the event. At 10 AM PT (1 PM ET, 5 PM GMT, 6 PM CET), you’ll be able to watch the event on all Apple devices. If you have a new Apple TV, you can download the Apple Events app in the App Store. It lets you stream today’s event and rewatch old events. Old Apple TV users can just turn… Read More
North Korea recently released CCTV footage showing American student Otto Warmbier ripping down a propaganda banner – a crime that got him arrested and sentenced to 15 years of hard … Read more
The fact that algorithms can contain latent biases is becoming clearer and clearer. And some people saw this coming.
You’re reading Significant Digits, a daily digest of the telling numbers tucked inside the news. We’re trying out a new approach, with fewer news items but more detail, so please bear with us. 16 percent That’s the current “diversion rate” in New York — the weight of recyclables picked up by the city’s sanitation department […]
Michael Benson’s exhibit ‘Otherworlds’ lets you see what all the planets and moons would look like if you flew by. The post Here’s What Space Actually Looks Like to the Human Eye appeared first on WIRED.
We often have this notion that Holy Week is basically a no-meat occasion. While this is difficult for some considering that majority of restaurant out there serve meat, it doesn’t mean that you’re going to give up on eating clean for just a little while. If you’re feeling a little skeptical about it, know that […]
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Scientists understand what causes tsunamis, but detecting them, figuring out where they’re headed, and warning the affected areas in time turns out to be massively complicated.
When John Lennon was a young boy, he loved to collect stamps, starting his collection after his cousin, Stanley Parkes, gave him an album. Lennon then spent years filling up … Read more
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If you’re after a fresh spin on the city break look beyond the usual big names for more cool culture and great sights. Here’s our list for 2016
Why go? The island of Malta itself is a sight to behold but within the walled city of its capital, Valletta, built by the Knights of St John in the 16th century, there is plenty more. Malta’s oldest fort, Fort St Angelo, and the Hal Saflieni Hypogeum – an incredible burial complex cut into rock – are some of the unmissable sights, but the city isn’t without contemporary touches, such as Renzo Piano’s city gate, completed two years ago; and in 2018 Valletta will celebrate the title of City of Culture. Along the narrow, bustling, Strait Street you’ll find bars and live music, elsewhere restaurants, including the unpretentious Da’ Pippo Trattoria (+356 2124 8029), serve delicious Italian cooking, while chic bistro Guze – in a 16th-century building – specialises in local cooking, with rabbit and pork dishes, alongside staples such as pasta and risotto.