The Weaponization and Attacks Using Drones Has Only Just Begun

The weekend of September 14, 2019 was a monumental weekend in the world where the old economy can be crippled by new technologies. Saudi Arabia's Abqaiq oil processing facility under ...
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New Study Finds Dangerous Plastics In Children’s Bodies

Huge islands of plastics have been found in several places in the world's oceans. Other deposits have been found in fish which swim in the deepest parts of the same ...
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Do Builders Of Some Of The World Highest Skyscrapers Lie About How Tall They Are?

Is a residential building in New York City 95 stories tall, or is it 86 stories? Many of the richest people in the world opt to buy apartments for the ...
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Adobe, FedEx and More Earnings to Watch For This Week

The second-quarter earnings season is all but over, though a few major companies have yet to share their results. While these firms aren’t Apple, Boeing or Exxon, each still plays ...
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Healthy Upside Potential Seen in 5 More Stocks Trading Under $10

While most of Wall Street focuses on large and mega cap stocks, as they provide a degree of safety and liquidity, many investors are limited in the number of shares ...
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Apple Becomes Best-Performing Dow Stock of 2019

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL), which struggled with investors earlier this year, posted an impressive share price increase after it launched the new iPhone 11 and Apple TV+. The rally last ...
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Here’s Why Disney CEO Quit Apple’s Board

Bob Iger, the Walt Disney Co. (NYSE: DIS) board chair and chief executive officer, has been on the Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) board since 2011. He decided to leave as ...
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Countries That Suffer the Most From Extreme Weather Events

For the past 14 years, Germanwatch, an independent development and environmental organization that advocates for sustainable development, has ranked countries by their exposure and vulnerability to climate-related risks over a ...
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7 Biotechs With Catalysts in the Next Month

If there is one area that can generate riches for speculative investors, it would have to be biotech and emerging pharmaceuticals. After all, how many companies can go from nothing ...
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27 Top Ways to Cut Sugar and Boost Your Health

Sugar consumption, which has grown from 130 million to 178 million tonnes globally in the last 10 years, has become a major health concern all over the world. Its negative ...
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35 of the Strangest World Records Ever Set

Dan Popadynec found inspiration from an unusual question posed by his son Zennon, who asked the licensed professional engineer if he knew the height of the tallest toy structure ever ...
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35 Crazy Food and Drink World Records

The ultimate authority on the biggest, smallest, longest, shortest, least, most, and sometimes just plain silliest things in the world has long been the volume that appears annually as Guinness ...
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How School Backbacks Have Changed Over the Last Few Decades

A new school year is upon us, and kids across the country are returning to class wearing their new clothes and flashing new technology. Another aspect of the new ...
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Life Lessons from the 1900s Still Relevant Today

The early 1900s were a time of dramatic changes in America. The western frontier had closed. The telephone and electricity were transforming homes. Cars were putting people on the road ...
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What It Actually Costs to Live in America’s Most Expensive Cities

Living in a large city has many advantages over a more rural lifestyle. Cities provide access to more entertainment and dining options, vibrant culture, and high-paying jobs. But urban centers ...
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