Lots, according to a new report.
The Kenyan software company Ushahidi has launched a campaign to observe the upcoming U.S. elections.
Good people have been frightened and angered into backing a dangerous man
On November 8th around 60m Americans are likely to cast ballots for Donald Trump to be president. That will present the country with a puzzle. If nearly a quarter of the adult population are Trump-backers, many good people will have ended up supporting a bad man.
Did you hear about the Florida newspaper that apologized to its readers for running too much news that was critical of Donald Trump? It happened last week at the Daily Commercial, based in Leesburg, Florida, in a conservative-leaning area of the state with a lot of affluent retirees nearby. The editors published an open letter to readers in which they wrote:
A former top Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) official has accused Congress of putting pharmaceutical company profits ahead of public health in the battle to combat the US’s prescription opioid epidemic.
Deep in the Altai mountains, American scholars are using drones to study glacier-formed ridges that could unlock the mysteries of abrupt climate change.
Thousands of years ago, near what is now the shared border of Mongolia, China, and Russia, water sat frozen in mountain glaciers that extended for miles. At the end of the Ice Age, with temperatures rising rapidly, the ice began to melt, and water poured across the landscape, carving out wide valleys. Granite silt and ice ground into the Earth, polishing smooth the sandstone bedrock.
Unless rewards are constantly getting bigger and more exciting, even the best experiences pale over time when repeated.
Disappointment is one of my least favorite emotions, and I know I’m not alone in my hatred of it. Among people with addiction, dashed hopes are a common trigger for relapse. And even if you’ve never been addicted, it’s quite tempting to respond to an unexpected loss, failure, or rejection by having a drink or two.
The Republican candidate will win no new fans with his late-night Twitter rants
Here is how Republicans hoped it would go. Donald Trump would be sticking to his message, projecting a calm temperament and steering clear of his Twitter feed. This would enable him to press home his “Make America Great Again” theme: politics is broken, Washington needs a ruthless dealmaker, and the US can no longer afford political correctness.