Tag Archives: USA

For world welfare

With the predicament between the US and North Korea seemingly reaching its climax, it seems Donald Trump, with the assistance of    ... more

To preserve and protect

Upon the recent predicament between the US and North Korea, many high-ranking political influencers have vocalised their support for negotiations between    ... more

Following Fidel

On Friday, 25th of November, President Raúl Castro of Cuba announced his elder brother and predecessor to the title, Fidel Castro,    ... more

A climate for change

Following the election of Donald Trump last week, many treaties and policies may have been suggested for reform and adjustment, some    ... more

Political evolution

In the weeks since the release of the now infamous recording of Donald Trump in conversation with Billy Bush regarding women    ... more

Brew at the Zoo

Whilst Boston may be a city known for its important historic role in the American Revolution, presently the city may be    ... more

Something to Taco ‘bout

There are many things which Los Angeles, California may be known for, such as Hollywood, it's beaches and the affluent areas    ... more

The wiener takes it all

This weekend, the fourth annual Chicago Hot Dog Festival aims to take place in Lincoln Park, Chicago, where local vendors such    ... more

Refreshing the memory

According to new research at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), memories that have “vanished” through amnesia might now possibly be restored.    ... more

Ahead of the pack

A newly discovered type of stem cell may allow human organ tissue to be grown inside large animals for research and    ... more

A rush of blood

Scientists have discovered an enzyme that may be able to change a person’s blood type by cutting away antigens in types    ... more

Age before science

Scientists may have learned how to reverse human ageing. Researchers from the Salk Institute in the US and the Chinese Academy    ... more

Hot off the press

A team at the University of Utah has just announced the discovery of a vast magma reservoir underneath Yellowstone National Park    ... more

Involving different voices

For the first time in decades, Cuba’s municipal elections have involved two opposition candidates. In what has been seen as an    ... more

A snapshot of the future

Researchers at Columbia Engineering have invented the world’s first prototype video camera that is fully self-powered. It is capable of producing    ... more

An idle brain

Researchers at Northwestern University in the US appear to have progressed brain-like’ computing further than ever before. The human brain –    ... more

A star springs to life

Complex organic molecules, the building blocks of life, have been detected in a young star system for the first time. The    ... more

NASA flexes their muscles

Last night, NASA rocketed off an advanced material from Cape Canaveral in Florida to the International Space Station aiming to examine    ... more

Reigniting peace talks

The US Secretary of State, John Kerry, has brought the ongoing situation in Syria back onto his agenda by stating the    ... more

Developing closer ties

US President Barack Obama has attended India’s Republic Day parade in Delhi making him the first US head of state to    ... more

Tax code to increase equality

President Barack Obama aims to use the State of the Union address to call for increased tax on the wealthy to    ... more

Legacy left through actions

The strength and bravery of aid workers around the world is shown by individuals’ willingness to help in other parts of    ... more

A quicker way to dine

From the 1950s readymade meals have become ever increasing; a £2 billion-plus worth industry in the UK, the time-saving method of    ... more

When life gives you lemons make a stand

Book review by Nikiya Cooper, aged 8 This book is wonderful, inspirational and interactive . I’m sure everyone would love it.    ... more

Revived water source expected to attract new life

The Colorado River runs through Colorado, Utah, Arizona, Nevada and California in the USA and continues into Mexico in South America.    ... more

Winged man in the bedroom

There was a surprising victor in this year’s iF Gold Award 2014 as a condom manufacturer claimed the award. Judged by    ... more

South Sudan and its dimensions of interests

In Thursday, South Sudan’s government and opposition signed a ceasefire agreement in the Ethiopian capital. The ceasefire might become a basis    ... more

Challenging diabetes through sport

The world's first all-diabetes professional cycling team are set to start their new season on Monday, taking to the mountains of    ... more

Healthy caffeine

An estimated 400 million people may sip on a hot mug of coffee today, at breakfast, lunch break and any given    ... more

2014 FIFA World Cup draw produces exciting encounters

The 32 teams travelling to Brazil for next summer’s World Cup learned their group stage placements on Friday, and the draw    ... more

Magnetic levitation pushing the boundaries of ultra fast travel

Communities have been using rail to transport cargo as early as the mid fifteenth century. 300 years later, this concept was    ... more

Beckham: From the changing room to the boardroom

David Beckham has revealed his plans to buy a Major League Soccer franchise in Miami as the MLS looks to further    ... more

Iran’s new president invokes high hopes of international reconciliation

Iran’s new president, Hassan Rouhani, sworn into office on Sunday, is fast becoming a symbol of hope for Iran’s reconciliation with    ... more

Negotiations between Israel and Palestine show promise of resolution to conflict

For too long the violent conflict between Israel and Palestine has shaped affairs in the Middle East, so it is welcoming    ... more

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton

Encouraging diplomacy

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has reportedly been flown to Israel in a stepped-up effort to broker a truce in    ... more