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Liberal Arts in the Data Age

College students who major in the humanities always get asked a certain question. They’re asked it so often—and by so many people—that it should come printed on their diplomas. That question, posed by friends, career counselors, and family, is “What are you planning to do with your degree?” But it might as well be “What are the humanities good for?”. According to three new books, the answer is “Quite a lot.” From Silicon Valley to the Pentagon, ... Full story

'People Don't Realize How Valuable' Agency Is | Fox News Insider

Acting ICE Director Ronald Vitiello said Monday on "Your World" that many people, including in Washington, do not "realize how important" the agency is. Neil Cavuto asked Vitiello, who was named as the agency's acting boss in late-June, how he feels about chairing an agency that some Americans believe "shouldn't be around.". Vitiello said that critics should know that 20,000 Americans work for ICE and risk their lives to protect their ... Full story

Man wanted for questioning in Nashville murders arrested, second man at large

Lacory Lytle, left, and Demontrey Logsdon, are wanted for questioning in a series of shootings that have killed three people. (Metropolitan Nashville Police Department). A man wanted for questioning in connection with a recent string of robberies and shootings in Nashville, Tenn. was apprehended Monday, while a second potential suspect remained at large, authorities said. In a statement, the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department said that ... Full story

'Crazy Rich Asians' Stars Talk Groundbreaking Movie

Constance Wu and newcomer Henry Golding talked with Ellen about being part of the groundbreaking film, which features an all-Asian cast for the first time in 25 years. Full story

Czechs still feel Cold War shivers - BBC News

Image caption Ivana Dolezalova in 1968 and today. The young woman in the photo has her hands clasped behind her neck, as if in surrender. Her forehead is furrowed, her eyes ringed with exhaustion. "Sorry, it's all I could find," said Ivana Dolezalova, smoothing out the large black-and-white print on the cafe table. The photo of 19-year-old Ivana is appropriate for 1968, when Soviet tanks roared into Prague overnight, I thought. I wondered when ... Full story

Mason Ramsey Flosses to His Own Song

Watch as kid yodeler Mason Ramsey excitedly does the floss when he hears his hit cover of "Lovesick Blues" at a Teen Choice Awards party, and immediately hits the dance floor! Full story

Palace 0-2 Liverpool: Five talking points

Liverpool secured a second successive Premier League victory of the season with a hard-fought 2-0 win at Crystal Palace on Monday night. James Milner broke the deadlock for Jürgen Klopp’s side with a penalty in the final minute of the first half and, after the Eagles tested their visitors persistently in the second period, Sadio Mane sealed three points with a stoppage-time breakaway. It was a just reward for a resolute display by the Reds. ... Full story

Exclusive: Trump demands Fed help on economy, complains about interest rate rises

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump said on Monday he was “not thrilled” with the Federal Reserve under his own appointee, Chairman Jerome Powell, for raising interest rates and said the U.S. central bank should do more to help him to boost the economy. U.S. President Donald Trump answers a question during an interview with Reuters in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, U.S. August 20, 2018. REUTERS/Leah Millis. In ... Full story

Hurricane Lane may hit Hawaii, while Typhoons Soulik and Cimaron threaten Korea and Japan

Three tropical cyclones are lined up in the Pacific Ocean, and one, Hurricane Lane, may hit Hawaii in a few days. The other two, Typhoons Soulik and Cimaron, will crash into east Asia, directly affecting South Korea and Japan later this week. All three storms contain winds of at least 74 mph, indicating hurricane strength (typhoons and hurricanes are the same kind of storm, but have different names depending on the section of ocean they ... Full story

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