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Authors Margaret MacMillan, John Mearsheimer and Jack Beatty appeared on Wednesday’s PBS NewsHour to discuss the legacy of World War I. This year marks the 100th anniversary of World War I. PBS NewsHour chief correspondent Jeffrey Brown spoke with...
In 2011, Eli Pariser delivered a TED Talk titled “Beware Online ‘Filter Bubbles.’” A few months later, he published his book, “The Filter Bubble”, which addresses the same topic. In both, Pariser identifies one...
WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama and dozens of African leaders opened talks Wednesday on two key issues that threaten to disrupt economic progress on the continent: security and government corruption. The discussions capped an unprecedented three...
The new Associated Press-GfK poll offers a look at how nine potential 2016 presidential candidates appeal to the public. Awareness on the rise Though the 2016 presidential campaign remains distant, Americans are getting to know those most likely to...
Palestinians fill containers with water from a broken main in Gaza City’s al-Shejaea neighborhood on Aug. 6. Photo by Mohammed Abed/AFP/Getty Images A 72-hour ceasefire between Israel and Hamas continued into a second day Wednesday as both...
File photo of cigarettes by Luke Sharrett/Bloomberg via Getty Images Collect those discarded cigarette butts. South Korean researchers have found a way to convert the used filters into a material that can be used to store energy. The study was...