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Primer helps governments and corporations monitor and understand the world’s information

 When Google was founded in 1998, its goal was to organize the world’s information. And for the most part, mission accomplished — but in 19 years the goal post has moved forward and indexing and usefully presenting information isn’

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Kelly Clarkson recalls pressure of trying to remain skinny drove her towards suicide: 'No one cared'

Since 2006, Clarkson has given up on trying to maintain her skinny look and now focuses on having a positive body image instead.


Turkish, Greek ministers meet over migrants, asylum requests

The foreign ministers of Turkey and Greece are meeting in Ankara amid a reported increase in the number of migrants illegally entering Greece from Turkey.


How AI And Machine Learning Are Used To Transform The Insurance Industry

Historically adverse to new technology, the insurance industry is being disrupted today by AI and machine learning. With volumes of data, the insurance industry is an ideal market for AI and machine learning to disrupt. Learn some of the ways it is being


Climate change already costing US taxpayers billions in losses, GAO report says

A non-partisan federal watchdog released a report Monday that said climate change is already costing taxpayers billions each year and warns that the amount is likely to increase in the future.

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Widow of fallen US soldier: Trump's call 'hurt me the most' – video

In an interview with ABC’s Good Morning America, Myeshia Johnson, widow of Sergeant La David T. Johnson, says President Donald Trump ‘made me cry even worse’ in a condolence telephone call when he said that her husband ‘knew what


Facebook tests splitting its News Feed into two

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Facebook Inc said on Monday it was testing the idea of dividing its News Feed in two, separating commercial posts from personal news in a move that could lead some businesses to increase advertising.


Do these pics reveal the true face of Kim’s crumbling army? With soldiers snoozing at the roadside and fixing broken trucks

THE true face of Kim Jong-un’s army may have been revealed in shocking new pictures smuggled out of North Korea. The snaps – taken by a tourist during a recent visit – show soldiers snoozing at the roadside and labouring over broken t

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