Sea Level Rise Projected To Displace 13 Million in U.S. by 2100

By Will Dunham WASHINGTON, March 14 (Reuters) – The number of people who could be displaced in U.S. coastal regions due to rising sea levels this century as a result of climate

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New App Aims to Thwart Crime, Attacks at U.S. Military bases

By Andrea Shalal WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Army is using a new crime reporting application for smart phones called “iWatch Army” at 17 U.S. bases to boost its anti-terrorism

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Broken Baby Food Jar Leads to Sweden’s First Unstaffed Grocery Store

By Ilze Filks STOCKHOLM, March 14 (Reuters) – Parenthood may be hard but those challenges can also lead to new ideas. Ask Robert Ilijason, for whom a broken baby food jar eventually

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Turkish Court Orders Ban on Facebook, Twitter After Blast

ISTANBUL, March 13 (Reuters) An Ankara court ordered a ban on access to Facebook, Twitter and other sites in Turkey on Sunday, after images from a car bombing in the Turkish capital were

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China’s Electric Cars Sales to Double in 2016: Minister

BEIJING (Reuters) China’s production and sale of electric cars will more than double this year, the industry minister said on Sunday. More than 300,000 electric cars were sold in China

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Online Harassment Must be Met Head-On: Tech Summit Panel

By Sachi Jenkins AUSTIN, Texas (Reuters) – Online harassment and sexism is demeaning women and can no longer be brushed aside as an ugly side of social media and the

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FCC Unveils Proposal For $9.25/month Low-Income Broadband Subsidy

By David Shepardson WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The head of the U.S. Federal Communications Commission circulated Tuesday a final proposal seeking approval for a $9.25 monthly subsidy for low-income Americans to

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