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    • The UK's forgotten 'fifth nation'

      BBC News· 3 hours ago

      The Tamar River is central to Cornish history and identity, marking a 1,000-year-old divide between Celtic Cornwall and Anglo Saxon England. "I'm glad I...

    • The future of drone warfare

      The Week· 7 hours ago

      Unmanned aerial weapons are reshaping the battlefield — and starting to think for themselves. Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) have been in use for...

    • The man, the myth, and our shared mortality

      Dallas Morning News· 8 hours ago

      As the boys of summer return to full ballparks for the first time since the pandemic, my thoughts return to my childhood hero, Al Kaline ...

    • The Game - Too Much | iHeartRadio

      iHeartRadio· 7 hours ago

      Game, [The Game], I'm from the old hood, somethin' like yo' hood, Where niggaz don't know good, or know Suge, but the blow good, So we ...

    • The intoxicating drug of an Indian god

      BBC News· 4 hours ago

      The cannabis plant’s role in Hindu mythology has authorities turning a blind eye to India’s drug shops. The stall is famous for one item, thandai.

    • The German island battling the sea

      BBC News· 5 hours ago

      The 16 residents who live on the tiny German island of Oland must cope with extreme flooding on a regular basis. But they have no intention of leaving.

    • The Biologist Who Fell to Earth

      The New York Times via Yahoo News· 1 day ago

      On the morning after Juliane Diller fell to Earth, she awoke inthe deep jungle of the Peruvian rainforest dazed with incomprehension ...