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Technical Perspective: Liquid Testing Using Built-in Phone Sensors
How many times have you wondered if the tap water in the hotel you just checked into is safe to drink?
Boston Celtics: Jayson Tatum ranked 4th best star to build a team around
When looking at the landscape of the modern-day NBA, it's filled with high-potential young stars that are seemingly bound to dominate the league for the decades to come.
Remote learning 'at best partial substitute' for classroom, analysis finds
Remote learning was "at best a partial substitute" for classroom lessons, with schools with more disadvantaged pupils particularly hard hit, according to new analysis.
Want to Host the World Mountain and Trail Running Championships? Here's What You Need to Know
This coming February, ten world championships are on the line at the World Mountain and Trail Running Championships (WMTRC). The world championship event has been held in various formats since 1985.
When Disgust Becomes a Sexual Turn-On - Sex And Psychology
"I felt disgusted, but also very satisfied."
New rules and funding for FTC could be on the way
Ad industry lawyers were up till the wee hours one morning over a decade ago awaiting a vote on legislation that could have given the Federal Trade Commission more power to make rules.
Alarm Bells As Drought Worsens and Californians Come Up Short On Water Conservation | KQED
"The challenge is there is no water," Nemeth said.
"We're planning for the worst, but we are hoping for something better," Nemeth added at today's meeting of the State Water Resources Control Board.
Boston Celtics: Is Juan Hernangomez a viable starting option?
The Boston Celtics have some serious internal decisions to make between now and October 20th's tip-off against the New York Knicks.
Tiger trafficking: the murky world of America's big-money big cat trade
The first red flag was the shiny Chevy Camaro with no license plate.
"Anything to declare?" asked the US Customs and Border Protection officer.
Appeal on 20-year anniversary of torso in the Thames murder
D etectives are appealing for information about a young boy who was murdered, 20 years after his limbless and decapitated torso was discovered in the River Thames.