Assange a coward, not a hero | Columnists - Quad-Cities Online

Assange a coward, not a hero | Columnists  Quad-Cities Online

Some have suggested that the founder of WikiLeaks should be viewed as a heroic defender of press freedom and the public's right to know. But Julian Assange ...

Self-driving cars may fix traffic congestion: Study - THE WEEK

Self-driving cars may fix traffic congestion: Study  THE WEEK

A fleet of driverless cars can improve overall traffic flow by at least 35 per cent. The researchers, from the University of Cambridge in the UK, programmed a small ...

US media silent on re-jailing of Chelsea Manning - World Socialist Web Site

US media silent on re-jailing of Chelsea Manning  World Socialist Web Site

The attack on Manning and Assange is part of much broader global assault on basic democratic rights, including freedom of speech, the press and the internet.

MOTORSPORT: Legendary F1 driver Niki Lauda dies - Motoring

MOTORSPORT: Legendary F1 driver Niki Lauda dies  Motoring

Man who beat more than the world's best drivers in winning three world titles – he survived what was thought to be certain death in 1976. Share Shares.

Pickering Library gets ready to host Digital Makey workshop - Gazette & Herald

Pickering Library gets ready to host Digital Makey workshop  Gazette & Herald

ROBOTIC Lego, miniature programmable computers and virtual reality goggles will be among the futuristic and high-tech attractions at North…

Thailand’s emerging ‘New Right’ seeks to suppress its democracy - South China Morning Post

Thailand’s emerging ‘New Right’ seeks to suppress its democracy  South China Morning Post

An odd mix of ultraconservatives, reactionaries, semi-fascists, pseudo-intellectuals and former leftists have conspired to prop up Bangkok's pro-military regime, ...

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