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Guns N’ Roses’ 1992 video recently joined 112 others in the billion-views club, but there’s more to the milestone than that.
Where would the smartphone be without glass? Now glass may change the way with interact with data again — in everything from head-up displays on car windshields to augmented-reality glasses.
Less than 24 hours after stating his “full faith and support for America’s great intelligence agencies,” President Trump disagreed with them again, saying that Russia is not aiming at U.S. elections.
A county Republican Party leader is getting a lot of state and national attention for his decision to resign after watching President Trump’s press conference with Russian president Vladimir Putin in Helsinki. But unlike Trump, he’s not walking back or changing what he said. Chris Gagin said “something just snapped” as he watched Trump appear… Read More
If you want to know how a dog sees the world, ask yourself how you explore virtual spaces with your controller. No, really!
A Russian woman charged this week with serving as an unregistered agent also “offered sex” in exchange for a job in an organizations she targeted, prosecutors allege.
Butchers are an integral part of French life, and are known for carefully sourcing their meat. But now some are being targeted by extreme vegans who use vandalism to draw attention to their cause.
Advocates say it’s a First Amendment issue. Critics say it’s opening the door to secret money from foreign sources.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia University has marked the start of a new phase of research aimed at recovering rare earth elements from coal and its byproducts. A ceremony was held Wednesday at the National Research Center for Coal and Energy on WVU’s Evansdale campus in Morgantown for the Rare Earth Extraction Facility. WVU… Read More
United Mine Workers President Cecil Roberts fired up a crowd of thousands of union workers in Columbus, Ohio, with a simple chant: “Fix it!” The rally last week came on the eve of a Congressional field hearing on problems plaguing multiemployer pension programs like the one retired miners depend upon. “When the people get to… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia Senate President Mitch Carmichael is criticizing a teachers union that won a pay raise earlier this year over what he called its “Obama style socialist agenda.” The Jackson County Republican said Tuesday on Twitter the American Federation of Teachers’ agenda “doesn’t represent values” of West Virginia families, students and… Read More
The Cat in the Hat and all of his friends are coming to the Zanesville Community Theatre this weekend and next in the family musical Seussical. There will be 8 p.m. performances on July 21, 21, 27 and 28, with 2:30 matinees on Sunday, July 22 and 29 at the 940 Findley Avenue theatre. Seussical… Read More
Due to popular demand, the Decorative Arts Center of Ohio (DACO) has extended their “Creating the Illusion Exhibition” to August 19. The exhibition features costumes from some of the most popular Paramount films of the past several decades, including “Coming to America,” “Allied,” “Transformers: the Last Knight,” “Zoolander,” and many more. Curator Randall Thropp will… Read More
Born and raised in California, Nick Waterhouse brought his vintage rhythm and blues sound to the Gladden House stage on the second day of the 2018 Nelsonville Music Festival. With festival attendees arriving well ahead of the set, there was a palpable excitement to catch Nick Waterhouse and his band in such an intimate setting…. Read More
Last year, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) spent nearly $5.5 billion dollars on contracts related to small businesses. Some $2.7 billion or 16.5 percent of total procurements involved direct contracts between small businesses and NASA. Another $2.8 of contracts were subcontracts with small businesses — contracts between small business and large prime contractors… Read More