Art

Farren Fucci Conquered The Fashion Landscape And Styled Rihanna By Being Himself

Farren Fucci Conquered The Fashion Landscape And Styled Rihanna By Being Himself

At 25, stylist, creative director, and image architect Farren Fucci has achieved what many dream about. In March, he styled Rihanna for a Paper Full story

Education

West Virginia teachers strike 2019: teachers protest education bill

West Virginia teachers strike 2019: teachers protest education bill

West Virginia teachers are furious with state lawmakers — again. About 19,000 teachers walked off the job on Tuesday, closing down nearly every school in the state for the second time in a year. But this time, teachers are not fighting for pay raises. They’re protesting Republican efforts to privatize public education . Union leaders called for a strike Monday evening after Republicans senators voted for a bill that would open the door to ... Full story

Economics

Brexit: UK will apply food tariffs in case of no deal  News

Brexit: UK will apply food tariffs in case of no deal News

Environment Secretary Michael Gove has promised that the government will apply tariffs to food imports in the event of a no-deal Brexit, to provide "specific and robust protections" for farmers. His remarks come as the government is poised to release details of tariffs (taxes on imports) that would apply to thousands of products coming in from around the world, if the UK leaves the EU without a deal. Many supporters of Brexit argue that tariffs ... Full story

Entertainment

'The Great Gatsby' director praises BTS + hints at the possibility of working together

'The Great Gatsby' director praises BTS + hints at the possibility of working together

Baz Luhrmann ,the famous director behind ' Romeo + Juliet ', ' Moulin Rouge! ', ' The Great Gatsby ', and more, expressed admiration for BTS in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter . While talking about his upcoming plans, Buz Luhrmann praised K-pop, specifically BTS. He said, "It's remarkable the way K-pop has found a way — when you see BTS play Citi Field, that's a stadium. And not everyone is a Korean expert, only about a quarter of the ... Full story

Health

Cultured lab meat may make climate change worse  News

Cultured lab meat may make climate change worse News

Growing meat in the laboratory may do more damage to the climate in the long run than meat from cattle, say scientists. Researchers are looking for alternatives to traditional meat because farming animals is helping to drive up global temperatures. However, meat grown in the lab may make matters worse in some circumstances. Researchers say it depends on how the energy to make the lab meat is produced. WHY ARE SCIENTISTS TRYING TO GROW MEAT IN ... Full story

Law

Soubry protester James Goddard charged with harassment  News

Soubry protester James Goddard charged with harassment News

One of the protesters involved in an incident outside Parliament with Tory MP Anna Soubry has been charged with harassment. James Goddard, 29, has also been charged with two public order offences, the Crown Prosecution Service said. He will appear at Westminster Magistrates Court on 19 March. The CPS said it had received a file of evidence from the Met Police relating to two incidents outside Parliament on 19 December and 7 January. The details ... Full story

Living

Climate change: Death of the 'grandfather of climate science'

Climate change: Death of the 'grandfather of climate science'

Wallace Broecker, the US climate scientist who helped popularise the term "global warming" has died in New York at the age of 87. Prof Broecker was among the first to connect emissions of CO2 to rising temperatures back in the 1970s. He also studied the ocean conveyor belt, linking oceanography to climate change. Scientists the world over have paid tribute, calling Prof Broecker a "genius and pioneer". Widely known as Wally, Prof Broecker spent ... Full story

Politics

House launches probe of US nuclear plan in Saudi Arabia

House launches probe of US nuclear plan in Saudi Arabia

Image caption President Trump at the Arab Islamic American Summit in Riyadh in 2017. The US is rushing to transfer sensitive nuclear power technology to Saudi Arabia, according to a new congressional report. A Democrat-led House panel has launched an inquiry over concerns about the White House plan to build nuclear reactors across the kingdom. Whistleblowers told the panel it could destabilise the Middle East by boosting nuclear weapon ... Full story

Sport

NCT 127 To Embark On Their 1st North American Tour

NCT 127 To Embark On Their 1st North American Tour

NCT 127 will soon be thrilling fans in North America! According to an exclusive report from Billboard, the NCT unit will be performing their “Neo City — The Origin” tour in North America this spring. The group first began their tour in Seoul in January, which they followed up with shows in Japan. Although no dates or venues have been announced yet, sources have said that NCT 127 will be performing in North America in April or May. This will be ... Full story

Technology

A key U.S. ally is close to adding swarming attack drones to its military arsenal

A key U.S. ally is close to adding swarming attack drones to its military arsenal

Swarms of small attack drones that confuse and overwhelm anti-aircraft defenses could soon become an important part of the modern military arsenal, Britain’s defense secretary said, something that would mark a major evolution in robot-enabled warfare. Speaking at the London-based Royal United Services Institute think tank, British defense secretary Gavin Williamson said Britain will fund the development of “swarm squadrons of network enabled ... Full story