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From the circular economy to taxation and jute bags, here's how to mitigate plastic's harmful impacts.

By connecting smart devices like lights, cameras, door locks and thermostats to the Internet, you may be making them — and you — visible to digital thieves or hackers.

How long should car makers be forced to keep company records of their product safety defects and malfunctions? Right now, under federal law (49 C.F.R. 576), American automotive manufacturers only have to retain internal records of safety defects in their...

Developed in 2003 by the UN, a game simulating the fictitious country Carana is helping organisations to build skills and test approaches to combat fragility, conflict, and violence.

We’ve been conditioned to think we need to wash our clothes after every wear – we don’t.

In one 10-year period (2008 to 2017), the number of pedestrian fatalities rose by 35% and the danger continues to grow. Walking can be deadly, and safety experts are warning that choosing to walk, instead of taking the bus or...

After years of talks, Africa's leaders have formed a 55-nation trade agreement, with the aim of seeing in a new era of development.

If you’re feeling like you’ve outgrown your current home, you might be considering a move. And with housing markets around the country heating up with the weather, it’s peak house hunting season.

When 47-year-old Chris Petrock purchased a three-bedroom, three-story home in Norwalk, Conn., last March, he decided to make it a smart one — where he could control the lights, refrigerator, thermostat, televisions, security cameras and everything in between — with the sound of his voice or a click on his smartphone.

5 Running Tips from the Experts at ATI Physical Therapy
Matt and Tyler Nohren are twin brothers who work as Sports Medicine Supervisors with ATI Physical Therapy . As athletic trainers, who have more than two decades of combined experience working with athletes and are avid runners themselves, they know a thing or two about the sport and offer a few tips for a safe and healthy running season
1. Listen to your body.
Pain is the body telling you there is a…

The risk of dying while riding a bicycle is growing at a shocking rate Recently, both main stream and social media were filled with people sharing a video released by former professional cyclist Phil Gaimon, where he warns against the...

Deadly crashes are more likely on stretches of these highways and state roads in our part of the country. Commuters in Chicago or Indianapolis may not be surprised to learn that parts of their daily routes to work or school...

Have you ever seen someone really cute at Mass and become frightened by how quickly your thoughts go from “I hope we get a chance to meet later” to “I hope our children have his/her eyes”? It’s easy to get overly caught up daydreaming about or living out your love …

The magazine Science Fiction World has played a crucial role in Chinese sci-fi’s rise to acclaim - here's how.

The natural shift of fertility rates and population growth is set to affect countries in different ways as technology and automation progress.

Hi, guys. Happy Fourth (or Fifth, I guess). I hope your I-Days were sufficiently fireworked. Sometimes we start LN staff meetings with lame icebreaker intros. Not my idea. A carryover from the Trev…

India is a country of contrasts. It is home to a $160 billion tech services industry, while also buffeted by environmental and social challenges - and this makes it fertile ground for globally scalable, tech-driven solutions.

Jodie Lutkenhaus, a World Economic Forum Young Scientist, is harnessing the power of organic polymers to develop alternative energy resources.

Welcome to #LectioLive, a digital small group. We'll be praying through the Sunday Gospel reading for July 7, 2019, the Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time: L...

Every company, government and individual, regardless of where they are based, is completely dependent on global value chains that seamlessly deliver goods and services around the world.

Casey Kennedy began dreaming of a military career when she was a child. In fact, she still has a piece of paper from grade school outlining her plans to join the Navy. Kennedy ended up committing to the Nebraska Army National Guard and served for five years. Within the National Guard, Kennedy chose to honor her late great grandfather’s legacy and protect fellow service members as a member of the military police force.

Utopian ideals have been at the forefront of the agenda for a number of radical movements throughout history.

Advances in molecular science and the genetics of ageing could see those born today potentially living to 150. As the prospect of extended longevity comes within reach, clinicians and experts are debating what a meaningful life for 11 billion people would look like. What if living to 150 becomes the new norm
Join an in-depth discussion that explores the possible, plausible and probable impacts of cutting-edge…

Fourth of July Dangers: Serious or Fatal Injuries over Independence Day Holiday This week we celebrate the signing of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, with a four-day weekend. The Fourth of July is a federal holiday, as...

Treating the rise in non-communicable diseases could be made easier if 'bench and bedside' finally starting collaborating.

TIPA's new fully compostable plastic bags are made from orange peel, helping cut down plastic waste.

Halftime whistle for this year, and so far so good. There have been alot of great albums and tracks already in 2019. Album-wise, I’ve tried to mention a few in the Last Month… blogposts…

It is truly in the preparation that we set ourselves up for a fruitful confession. So, how do we ensure the confession of a lifetime? We continue to pursue it for a lifetime.

LISBON, N.H. (AP) — A man accused of forging a police report to back up his bogus story that he used as an excuse to his boss is facing real

Given new studies, the typical American devotes about 93% of their time inside. Needless to say, this is quite a substantial quantity of...

As Pride Month draws to a close, who better to champion than LGBTQI politicians, who are helping to highlight inequalities faced by the community

New Recreational Marijuana Law: Considering the Increased Risk of Illinois Marijuana-Impaired Accidents in 2020 Yesterday, Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker signed Illinois House Bill 1438 into law, effective January 1, 2020. In doing so, Illinois becomes the 11th state to legalize...

Long-term scientific projects like CERN and the European fusion project ITER produce many discoveries in unexpected fields along the way.

Daily Lift podcasts are short takes on inspiring ideas to enrich your day and share with friends.

Although still reaching the same highs as the men's game, the Women's World Cup is enjoying record viewing numbers and sponsorship deals.

Although much of the water further out in the aquifer has a salinity around half that of seawater, it would still be easily processed at desalination plants.

Sawyer Brown and Diamond Rio will be stoking memories of the 1990s with their appearance Sunday July 21st at Porter County Fair. To celebrate, Indiana 105 will be testing your memory with the Sawyer Brown & Diamond Rio "90's Flashback Song" contest for your chance to see the ...

The findings could provide schools with more evidence to support music schemes for students.

Searching for a way to cool down this summer? Take this quiz to find out which Lemon Ice Dessert fits your personality best!

Trust in governance is at an all-time low - and this is a problem. Here are three recommendations for policymakers to help build a more trustworthy - and trusted - governance framework for technology.

In northeast Indiana, plants aren't the only thing growing in agriculture. Student interest and technology are also increasing, said Kelli Kreider, ag ...