Here are the best stories of the week and a look forward.
4. Airstrike-atrocities. Deep hunger. Thousands of killing civilians. After all, the Saudi Arabian war in Yemen has been largely invisible.
5th Imagine a Government Service that provides step-by-step instructions on how to roll a joiner.
It may seem deeper, but that is what happens in Canada, which became the first major world economy to legalizes recreational marijuana.
The national experiment presents a blur of questions. We tried to answer some.
8th Paul Allen, a revolutionary in the field of personal computing, has died at 65 years.
As founder of Microsoft, Mr. All the role of peace broker – a contrast to his harder charging co-founder, Bill Gates. After leaving the company in the early 80’s, he helped turn Seattle into a cultural destination and became owner of Seattle Seahawks and Portland Trail Blazers.
And we also note the death of another kind of revolutionary: Raye Montague, who faced racism and sexism to become the first person to design a navy ship with a computer program. Last year, in a snap to the best-selling book and Oscar-nominated film about black female mathematicians on NASA, Navy honored her as her own “hidden figure”.