The Arkansas Senate is deliberating a bill that would strip the Clinton name from the state’s largest airport. The bill would prevent any public structure being named after a living person, or a person who served in public office less than 10 years prior to the structure’s completion.
This week Khalid Bin Ali Al Humaidan, who directs the General Intelligence Directorate (GID), Saudi Arabia’s primary spy agency, paid an unexpected visit to Jerusalem and Ramallah, although those visits have not been officially confirmed by the Israeli and Palestinian governments.
Apple has launched an investigation into a report of an iPhone 7 Plus belching smoke and melting. Video of the meltdown was posted online and quickly went viral.
China has taken another step in global economic dominance after becoming Germany’s most significant international trading partner, a place once occupied by the US.
Australia’s plans to release a herpes virus into the nation’s largest river system to control the carp population has divided the scientific community. The $15-million program could endanger global food security and cause “catastrophic ecosystem crashes,” according to British environmental scientists.
The first solar eclipse of the year will be visible over the weekend, and for a lucky few South Americans and Africans it will be something special.
The race toward self-driving cars is making a pitstop into the world of corporate intrigue. Waymo, the autonomous car startup founded by Google parent company Alphabet, has accused Uber of stealing proprietary technology, in what could be the American corporate legal battle of 2017.
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