For the majority of Americans, political elections and campaign messages are not important until a few months prior to elections.
Poll shows Republicans most concerned about potential candidates’ stance on Affordable Care Act
Midterm elections traditionally see less Democratic voter turnout
The Fox News Channel outpaces CNN and MSNBC viewership by over one million
While the more hardcore and enthusiastic voters who occupy either the conservative right-wing or the liberal left-wing are generally always tuned in, most of us just don’t have the time or patience to take a vested interest in what’s going on in Washington all year. Our lives are more important than politics.
Edward Snowden made a “surprise” appearance on Russian President Vladimir Putin’s annual televised call-in with the nation. Snowden asked: “Does Russia store, intercept, or analyze, in any way, the communications of millions of individuals, and do you believe that simply increasing the effectiveness of intelligence or law enforcement investigations can justify a place in societies rather than subjects under surveillance?”
R2D2 v2.0? Dalek from Doctor Who? Not exactly. Meet the Knightscope K5 police bot designed to detect and monitor criminal activity that roams around your neighborhood, observing and gathering data and tries to predict where and when criminal activity will occur.
With a new epidemic sweeping the main city of Conakry, Guinea, scientists are debating whether or not this deadly virus could sweep through developed countries as well.
Conakry, Guinea is already a place few know about. However, the main city hosts 12 million people on the western coast of Africa; these 12 million people are starting to panic. In the past, the Ebola virus has rarely made it out of remote Africa, but now it’s starting to spread to higher populated areas, and spread quickly it does.
Violence, Child Trafficking, & Football: The World Cup of Terror
Brazil is working hard to assure FIFA that it has everything under control, as thousands of military personnel pour into the slums surrounding the stadiums to pacify the cartel-run shantytowns.
The 2014 World Cup was notoriously labelled as the World Cup of Terror when one of the largest criminal gangs in South America claimed that they may perpetuate a series of attacks during the games. The potential transfer of several high-ranking members of the gang to a maximum security prison is noted as the reason why.