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    Kids May Soon Be Able To Build Their Own Prosthetics Out Of Legos

    By Sara Elkamel An idea to create Lego prosthetics for children is getting the chance to see the light of day. Iko Creative Prosthetic System, a customizable prosthetic arm, won the 2016 Netexplo prize, which was announced Wednesday at the Paris Dauphine University. Previous Netexplo winners include Twitter and Slack. Iko, a prosthetic arm, can […]

  • Clinton and Sanders vie for minorities

    The concerns of minority voters will loom large in the next debate between Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders. …read more Read more here: Clinton and Sanders vie for minorities

  • Opposition thrown out of Zuma speech

    Opposition MPs are thrown out of South Africa’s parliament for heckling President Jacob Zuma during his state of the nation address. …read more Read more here: Opposition thrown out of Zuma speech

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    VIDEO: Bosch paintings in historic homecoming

    The strange and terrifying works of the painter Hieronymous Bosch have been gathered in his home town, Den Bosch, in the Netherlands for the first time. …read more Read more here: VIDEO: Bosch paintings in historic homecoming

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    Three Oregon armed occupiers surrender

    One armed protester remains in an Oregon wildlife reserve, as three surrender after a 41-day stand-off over government control of local land. …read more Read more here: Three Oregon armed occupiers surrender

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    Dublin reporters warned lives ‘at risk’

    A number of Irish journalists have been “formally notified” by police in the Republic of Ireland that their safety is at risk from organised criminals. …read more Read more here: Dublin reporters warned lives ‘at risk’

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    Supreme Court Places Earth’s Climate on Death Row

    By Hersh Shefrin The U.S. Supreme Court made a terrible mistake this week, by stopping the Environmental Protection Agency’s efforts to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions from coal-fired power plants. Because the global climate accord reached in Paris this past December is fragile, the Supreme Court ruling is akin to placing the planet’s climate on […]