Items for May 2019

The European Banking Authority Leaves London

Tags: uk, europe, finance

Half of Americans Are Effectively Poor Now. What The?

Tags: america, economics

Quels véhicules tuent les piétons à Paris ?

Tags: france, cars, cities

Department of Energy uses 'freedom gas' to refer to natural gas

Tags: energy, language, politics

These awesome & inspiring church signs have doubled the congregation’s size

Tags: sexuality, religion, photos

Tesla alerte le gouvernement américain sur la pénurie à venir de métaux pour la voiture électrique

Tags: cars, energy, environment, business, america

Les enceintes connectées font peur... à deux tiers des Français qui les utilisent

Tags: big tech, privacy

Why I'm still using jQuery in 2019

Tags: web, programming

Uh-oh .io: Question mark hangs over trendy tech startup domains as UN condemns British empire hangover

Tags: internet, politics

Ultra-rare discovery reveals how ancient Celtic warriors fought – 2,400 years ago

Tags: antiquity, war

Yes, This Photo from Everest Is Real

When we say “Everest is crowded,” this is what we mean

Tags: travel, photos

Kiwibots win fans at UC Berkeley as they deliver fast food at slow speeds

Tags: food, work, robots, cities

New Eiffel Tower Park Plan: More Trees, Fewer Cars

The most famous space in the city is set to get a pedestrian-friendly redesign that will create the city’s largest garden by 2024.

Tags: cities, environment

The cat who saved a Japanese rail line

Tags: cool, japan, animals

What Jewish law really says about abortion

Tags: religion, health

Anti vax movement: Russian trolls fueled anti-vaccination debate in U.S. by spreading misinformation on Twitter, study finds

Tags: america, health, social media

Internet Sensation Grumpy Cat Has Passed Away

Tags: internet, animals

Study: Pollution from coal power plants weakens the Asian Monsoon

Tags: energy, environment

These 400-Year-Old Rings Unfold to Reveal Astronomical Spheres

Tags: middle ages, science, tech

Exxon predicted in 1982 exactly how high global carbon emissions would be today

Tags: business, climate, science

The solution to make America physically active

Tags: america, health

Five years after Sepulveda Pass widening, travel times on the 405 keep getting worse

Tags: cars, america

The Mind-Boggling Artistry of China’s Ivory Puzzle Balls

This traditional art from Guangzhou can never be produced legally again.

Tags: china, art, history

The Story Behind Paris’ Iconic Art Nouveau Metro Entrances

Tags: vintage, architecture

MPs make history by passing Commons motion to declare ‘environment and climate change emergency’

Tags: uk, climate, politics