An online campaign raised enough funds to keep Weeksville, a historic cultural center created by formerly enslaved people, in operation. But when will this history be "our" history?
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The United Kingdom has a new queen, friends.
Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., is at it again.
Pending transactions are now live in Japan and Mexico, and Google plans to roll it out to more developing countries over time. The option lets user buy apps and pay for them in cash at convenience stores.
If you're someone with a big family, you'll be happy to hear that Google Duo now supports up to 8 individual callers in a group call. Funny, to me this sounds like an awful time with people talking over one another, but it could be nice for some very loving families. On top of that, Duo is
The World Health Organization has a plan to reduce deaths and disability from snakebites by half. It's ambitious but possible, snakebite experts say.
Oxford University scientists have found a way to use MRI scanners to picture the arrangement of muscle fibres in the heart to pick out warning signs of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.
This is a seriously nifty new feature, and one of many useful tweaks Microsoft has made of late.
On Saturday, Rachel Held Evans' husband announced her death. People used #BecauseofRHE to tell stories of how the Christian author inspired them.
‘As a light rain falls, I put down my umbrella and look up at the underside of the wooden deck and imagine that this is the last thing I will ever see’
The CIA and security services of one or more foreign governments have recently warned at least three friends and colleagues of the murdered journalist Jamal Khashoggi that their pro-democracy work “has made them and their families the targets of potential retaliation from Saudi Arabia,” reports TIME.