Kenyans Cheer Opening Of Mombasa-Nairobi Railway
The line was financed with more than $3 billion borrowed from the Chinese government. A Chinese company built it, and a Chinese company will operate it for the first five years.
‘Pink Slime’ Trial Begins, But It’s The News Media Under The Microscope
The icky name refers to cow trimmings added to ground beef to lower its fat content. In 2012 ABC News revealed the practice. Now a beef company’s defamation suit for those reports is finally in court.
Ohio Sues 5 Major Drug Companies For ‘Fueling Opioid Epidemic’
The state’s attorney general filed the lawsuit Wednesday, alleging fraudulent marketing. “They knew they were wrong,” Mike DeWine says, “but they did it anyway — and they continue to do it.”
Bahrain Court Orders Dissolution Of Country’s Last Major Opposition Group
The court order targets the secular National Democratic Action Society. Human rights groups are decrying the court order, saying it amounts to a de facto ban on all opposition in the country.
Inside Google’s Global Campaign to Shut Down Phishing
At the beginning of May, a phishing scam flooded the web, disguised as a typical Google Docs request. It was an explosive scheme. And Google responded in kind.
May 31, 2017 at 10:07PM
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Two crew members on the International Space Station are scheduled to depart the orbital outpost Friday, June 2. Coverage of their departure and return to Earth will air live on NASA Television and the agency’s website beginning Thursday, June 1, with the space station change of command ceremony.
May 31, 2017
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Ever Had A Cheap Beer In China? Maybe Don’t Watch This Video
Videos circulated on WeChat show an underground factory producing (and we use that term lightly) fake cans of Budweiser. It is gross.
May 31, 2017 at 09:42PM
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