Why religion still matters: Church attendance is down, but those who go are more devout. Here’s what draws them.
Cubans await the arrival of America's capitalist masses with both desire and dread.
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They await the arrival of America's capitalist masses with both desire and dread. Can the world's most committed egalitarian experiment hold?
Cover Story – Cure for broken metropolises: the insta-city
Covers Stories, Broken Metropolis
Cover Story: The US and China: Will it be collision or cooperation?
Pin Cs, Temp Pin
‘I don’t want to present myself as some sort of singular figure,” - Barack Obama, in January 2008, right as primary season was kicking off.
Covers Stories, Singular Figures, Primary Seasons, Barack Obama, January 2008
How a new battery revolution will change your life. “We have this handy fusion reactor in the sky called the sun,” Tesla's Elon. Musk mused,- “You don’t have to do anything. It just works, shows up every day, and produces ridiculous amounts of power.” We need to be able to store that energy captured by solar panels. CSMonitor.com
How a new battery revolution will change your life -
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A new generation of super cells promises to reshape the future of energy.
How a new battery revolution will change your life - CSMonitor.com
Climate change crusade goes local -
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Cover Story: Why Asia is still fighting over World War II
World War Ii
Cover Story: Two Syrian refugees: a 1,500-mile journey of hope and hardship
Covers Stories, 1 500 Miles Journey, Syrian Refuge
Why Southern writers still captivate, 55 years after 'To Kill a Mockingbird'
Why Southern writers still captivate, 55 years after 'To Kill a Mockingbird' -
55 Years, Southern Writers, Covers Stories
Why police don't pull guns in many countries -
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Police guard the entrance to Downing Street during a rally against the proposed attack on Syria in c... - REUTERS/Olivia Harris
In Many Countries, Police Rarely Use Their Guns. Here’s Why | TakePart
More rigorous training and better community relations limit police shootings in Britain, Canada, and other nations—and holds lessons for the United States.
How Israel defies drought -
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Israel holds the record for waste water recycling. Decreasing water usage in agriculture holds some of the most potential to the world, since agriculture accounts for about 70% of water usage globally & also the most flagrant misuse of water resources - including flooding & ditch irrigation. Check out some of Israel's more efficient irrigation techniques. http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/Economy/eco3.html
Singles nation: Why so many Americans are unmarried -
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Singles now outnumber married adults in the US. What's behind that social shift – and why it matters.
Singles nation: Why so many Americans are unmarried - CSMonitor.com
Caught between East & West
Why some former East bloc countries are wooing Putin -
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Can Tweeters be tamed?
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[#Troll #Twitter] Réseau indomptable A l'ère de Twitter, d'innocents messages peuvent déchaîner des torrents de réponses hostiles, voire franchement menaçantes. Même des personnalités connues ne sont pas épargnés par les "trolls". Le réseau social peut-il être "apprivoisé" ?[Christian Science Monitor 31/05/15]
Breaking military's ultimate glass ceiling? Women start Ranger training.
What can women in the military do that no one else can?
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U.S. Army officials announced today that eight out of 16 female soldiers who started the first co-ed class of Ranger School have made it through the Ranger Assessment Phase, or RAP week. Only 57 more days to go. Read more: http://kitup.military.com/2015/04/video-women-complete-week-1-ranger.html#ixzz3YD2cirWJ Kit Up!
Male and female Soldiers participate in combatives training during the first gender-integrated Ranger Course
"U.S. Army Soldiers participate in close arm combatives during the Ranger Course on Ft. Benning, GA., April 20, 2015. Soldiers attend Ranger school to learn additional leadership and small unit technical and tactical skills in a physically and mentally demanding, combat stimulated environment. (U.S. Army photo by Spc. Nikayla Shodeen/Released Pending Review)"
Breaking military's ultimate glass ceiling? Women start Ranger training. - CSMonitor.com
How far will Saudi Arabia go with its new boldness and what does it mean for the region?
Questions loom: Are kids today too busy? Does all the frenetic activity do any good? How do families cope with the extracurricular crush?
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The overbooked generation | Today's young people are more overscheduled than at any time in history. How families cope with the extracurricular crush.
Magazine Cover Story: The cyber gold rush
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The cyber gold rush - CSMonitor.com
Photo Gallery: Galactic Light Masters
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The Hubble Space Telescope has taken a new photo of one of its most iconic vistas, the Eagle Nebula’s Pillars of Creation. Photo - NASA
The Eagle Nebulas Pillars of Creation. This image shows the pillars as seen in visible light capturing the multi-coloured glow of gas clouds wispy tendrils of dark cosmic dust and the rust-coloured elephants trunks of the nebulas famous pillars. The dust and gas in the pillars is seared by the intense radiation from young stars and eroded by strong winds from massive nearby stars. Image Credit: NASA Hubble Telescope. #Science #nature #SSNR #SSPictureoftheday #ISS #volcano #eaglenebula #nebula #pillarsofcreation #nationalgeographic #News #eclipse #Internationalspacestation #Dailynews #earthpics #NASA #pictureoftheday #picoftheday by ssnewsroundup http://ift.tt/1HCosgn
Hubble: The people's telescope at 25 -
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Celebrating 25 years of the Hubble Space Telescope [VIDEO] — #Astronomy #Science #NASA via @ScienceNews @NASA_Hubble
The Hubble Space Telescope is shown following its release from the space shuttle Discovery Wednesday, February 19, 1997. The Hubble Space Telescope, one of NASA'S crowning glories, marks its 25th anniversary on Friday, April 24, 2015. With more than 1 million observations, including those of the farthest and oldest galaxies ever beholden by humanity, no man-made satellite has touched as many minds or hearts as Hubble. (Photo by AP Photo/NASA)
Hubble: 25 years of filming the final frontier. http://ow.ly/LpgVk #Hubble25
In 1946, American astrophysicist Lyman Spitzer was the first to conceive the idea of a telescope in outer space, a decade before the Soviet Union launched the first artificial satellite, Sputnik into orbit. Spitzer's proposal called for a large telescope that would not be hindered by Earth's atmosphere. After lobbying in the 1960s and 1970s for such a system to be built, Spitzer's vision ultimately materialized into the world's first, Hubble Space Telescope, launched on April 20, 1990.
Monitor Cover Story: America's political royalty