Today in the city Section 13.11.2018
Trump to Sign Immigration Directive Revamping Asylum System

President Trump is expected to sign a directive that will make official his plans to revamp the U.S. asylum system, part of his broader push to crack down on undocumented migrants entering the U.S. il...

New Yorkers are freaking out that Amazon's HQ2 could cripple the subway system, but the reality is more complicated

Amazon is reported to have chosen Long Island City, Queens, as one of two sites for its second headquarters, known as HQ2.  New Yorkers have expressed concern about an influx of new commuters on...

Superbugs pose a dangerous, $65 billion threat to the US health-care system

A new report released Wednesday from the OECD estimates that antimicrobial resistant infection is on track to kill 30,000 Americans per year by 2050. The OECD is calling on the US and other rich count...

They 'leave the American people for dead': Experts say the system for reviewing political TV ads is deeply flawed and could become a problem for networks

NBC, Fox, and Facebook all pulled an ad widely condemned as racist following public backlash. While all three companies have their own advertising standards teams that evaluate ads, an initial re...

Marc Benioff invited Elon Musk to come dig tunnels in San Francisco for a new transportation system and the Tesla founder accepted: 'Sure, we can do it' (CRM)

On Tuesday, Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff took to Twitter to invoke the help of Elon Musk.  Benioff asked Musk if his Boring Company could come to San Francisco and help improve the city's transportatio...

First Look at the 2018 Los Cabos Mexico Primero Section

MEXICO CITY —  Los Cabos Film Festival’s Mexico Primero section is intended to encourage and promote both up-and-coming and against-the-grain Mexican filmmakers. Five films make up this year’s e...

The Modern Era Of Skiwear: 686's Hydrastash System Is Taking Over The Slopes This 2018/19 Ski Season

Every revolution has its landmarks and every revolution has its heroes, who invariably wind up with a chestful of medals.

No, blockchain isn't the answer to our voting system woes - CNET

But the distributed, data-protecting storage technology already is being used in the midterm elections.

Senators tell Facebook to fix the bugs in its political ad system

Facebook's attempts to stop foreign governments from buying political ads on its platform appear to have major loopholes—and two Democratic senators are not happy.

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