Art

Open offices have driven Panasonic to make horse blinders for humans

Open offices have driven Panasonic to make horse blinders for humans

At what point do we just give up and admit we’re living in exactly the dystopian nightmare speculative fiction warned us about? It probably ought to be these horse blinders for people, which look like something straight out of a Terry Gilliam movie. Panasonic design studio Future Life Factory designed the things, but open space offices are basically the worst. The startup-driven push to eliminate the world from the tyranny of the cubicle has ... Full story

Education

Missoula, MT Trump Rally. Get Official Tickets Here

Missoula, MT Trump Rally. Get Official Tickets Here

By entering your mobile number you are agreeing to receive periodic text messages from Donald J. Trump for President, Inc. Message data rates may apply. Text "STOP" to opt-out. T&C/Privacy Policy: sms-terms.com/88022. Event Schedule. Missoula, Mt. DOORS OPEN 3:30PM (MT) Full story

Economics

UK unemployment falls by 47,000

UK unemployment falls by 47,000

UK unemployment fell by 47,000 to 1.36 million in the three months to August, official figures show. In the same three-month period, wages excluding bonuses rose by 3.1% compared with a year ago, their fastest pace in nearly 10 years, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said. Inflation over the same period was 2.5%. Last week, Bank of England chief economist Andy Haldane said he saw signs of a "new dawn" for wage growth. This breaking news ... Full story

Entertainment

The little lion cub raised by a dog

The little lion cub raised by a dog

A lion cub in Sri Lanka was nursed by a dog after being rejected by his mother in a zoo. Full story

Health

Study finds surprising number of Americans think chocolate milk comes from brown cows

Study finds surprising number of Americans think chocolate milk comes from brown cows

According to a recent survey, seven percent of Americans believe chocolate milk comes from brown cows. Full story

Law

Ryan Zinke Has Fired the DOI Inspector General  Online

Ryan Zinke Has Fired the DOI Inspector General Online

At last count, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke was the subject of 14 separate government investigations . (A new record!) But that number could soon be zero. That’s because Zinke just fired the Department of the Interior’s acting inspector general. The news doesn’t stop there. Not only did Mary Kendall, the acting inspector general, not learn she was being replaced until The Hill broke the news this morning , but her replacement will likely be ... Full story

Living

‘He wears his moral bankruptcy on his sleeve’: Trevor Noah rips Trump’s stance on Saudi Arabia

‘He wears his moral bankruptcy on his sleeve’: Trevor Noah rips Trump’s stance on Saudi Arabia

(“The Daily Show with Trevor Noah”/YouTube). President Trump has done several lengthy interviews this week, answering questions on topics ranging from his views on climate change (he has a “ natural instinct ” for science) to the Federal Reserve (it’s his “ biggest threat” ). But in all his recent media appearances, one subject continues to produce only reluctant responses: Saudi Arabia and the country’s connection to the disappearance and ... Full story

Politics

March For Our Lives

March For Our Lives

Join the movement. Sign up to join us on the Road to Change, where we'll be registering people to vote across the country and demanding change to save lives. Full story

Sport

Pump and Trump

Pump and Trump

ince Donald Trump’s fortunes came surging back with the success of “The Apprentice” 14 years ago, his deals have often been scrutinized for the large number of his partners who have ventured to the very edges of the law, and sometimes beyond. Those associates have included accused money launderers, alleged funders of Iran’s Revolutionary Guard and a felon who slashed someone in the face with a broken margarita glass. Trump and his company have ... Full story

Technology

Crypto Quantique unveils its ‘quantum driven secure chip’ for IoT devices

Crypto Quantique unveils its ‘quantum driven secure chip’ for IoT devices

With Gartner estimating that there will be 150 billion connected devices by 2030 — many of them mission critical, such as powering major national infrastructure — the risk and realisation that these devices aren’t secured properly is leading some cyber security experts to predict that there is a large-scale disaster waiting to happen. And the problem is only getting worse. By some estimates, on average there are 127 new devices connected to the ... Full story