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Today's News, Tomorrow's Lesson
David Harrison His name is Tommy. He’s a chimpanzee who lives in a cage in New York. But is he also a person? An animal rights group claims that he...
Today's News, Tomorrow's Lesson
Nelson Mandela, South Africa's first black leader and the man who came to symbolize the struggle against apartheid, has died at age 95. The...
Today's News, Tomorrow's Lesson
Darren Evans This year it’s not just excited children who are looking expectantly towards the North Pole; one of the world’s biggest economies is...
Today's News, Tomorrow's Lesson
Richard Vaughan Google is not content with producing computers that we wear like glasses, such as Google Glass: it is now envisioning computers that...
Today's News, Tomorrow's Lesson
Irena Barker The holiday season is usually a time to eat, drink and be merry. But in many parts of the world, extreme weather events have gotten 2014...
Today's News, Tomorrow's Lesson
PBS NewsHour Extra Robots are increasingly being used to do all sorts of tasks, from disarming bombs and helping people with disabilities to...
Today's News, Tomorrow's Lesson
PBS NewsHour Extra “Hidden” poverty in suburban areas is making it difficult for the government to successfully continue President Lyndon Johnson’s...
Today's News, Tomorrow's Lesson
“What have the Romans ever done for us?” the Monty Python team famously asked in The Life of Brian . Well, new archaeological research from England...
Today's News, Tomorrow's Lesson
More than half of all middle and high school students believe that, unless they achieve good grades at school, they will be branded failures. And...
Today's News, Tomorrow's Lesson
In an attempt to deflect criticism from his “anti-gay” laws, Russian president Vladimir Putin has in the past week revealed himself to be a fan of...