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|TheGuardian: Ukraine crisis: Nato plans east European bases to counter Russia|
Poland and the three Baltic states have been alarmed at the perceived threat from Russia and have been clamouring for a stronger Nato presence in the region.
|YouTube: Elon Musk - The Future of Energy and Transport |
Elon Musk, CEO and Product Architect of Tesla Motors and the CEO/CTO of Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX).
|Personal Capital: An Asian American?s View On Why Asians Save And Earn So Much|
2010 Pew Research study pegged Asian households earning a median $66,000 a year vs. $49,800 for the average US household, a 32% difference. A 2013 Nielsen Research Report found that Asian American households have a median net worth of $89,300 compared to $68,800 for overall US households, a 30% difference. Meanwhile, roughly 49% of Asian Americans have Bachelor?s degrees vs. 28% of the general US population, a 75% difference.
|Forbes: America's Car Capital Will Soon Be ... Mexico|
Mexico?s automotive output has soared, bolstered by a flood of investment from foreign-based carmakers, including Nissan, Honda, Volkswagen and Mazda. With $19 billion in new investment, production has doubled in the past five years to an estimated 3.2 million vehicles in 2014.
|Inc.com: How an Executive Order on Immigration Could Ease a Startup Dilemma |
After Labor Day, President Obama may issue an executive order that could ease the path toward citizenship for immigrant entrepreneurs.
|CNN: Stop sharing USB Flash drives - right now|
German security researchers have discovered that USB-connected devices have a fatal flaw. Anything that connects via USB can be reprogrammed to pose as another device.
|TheWallStreetJournal: The Great Chinese Exodus|
A recent report showed that 64% of China's rich are either migrating overseas or have plans to leave the country. Political scientist James To, who has written a book on the subject, tells the WSJ's Deborah Kan how the Chinese government is using propaganda campaigns abroad to ensure loyalty from overseas Chinese.
|Yahoo!: The Many Faces and Voices of Robin Williams|
From "Mork and Mindy" to "Good Will Hunting," a look at some of the actor's iconic roles.
|Reuters: Lawmakers in drought-hit California finally agree on water plan|
(Reuters) - California Governor Jerry Brown approved on Wednesday a $7.6 billion plan to improve water supplies in the drought-stricken state that will be put before voters in November, ending a year of political wrangling over the measure.
|ABCNews: US Military Chief Visits Vietnam, 1st Since 1971|
(AP) U.S. Gen. Martin Dempsey on Thursday became the first chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff to visit Vietnam since 1971, seeking to boost military ties between the former foes at a time when Hanoi is embroiled in territorial disputes with China.
|ABCNews: Are Hydrogen Cars a Threat to Electric Cars?|
Three weeks ago, the California Energy Commission approved more than $50 million in construction projects for these stations: $46.6 million in grants for 28 hydrogen refueling stations and one mobile refueler; plus $5 million for 175 electric vehicle charger stations.
|TheAtlantic: The Way Out of the Ukraine Crisis|
Talking to Russia would be in keeping with how American presidents?from Franklin Roosevelt to Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush?handled relations with their counterparts in the Kremlin even after major acts of Soviet aggression...
|JICA: MEGA MANILA INFRASTRUCTURE ROADMAP|
This video introduces the concept of the roadmap study as well as the proposed "Dream Plan" in order to mitigate worsening traffic congestions, increasing hazard risks and other urban issues in Mega Manila.(English with Tagalog subtitles, 17:38)
|CNN: Rosetta becomes first spacecraft to orbit comet|
To get to its destination the spacecraft has covered more than three billion miles and as the comet hurtles towards the sun it will reach a speed of about 62,000 miles per hour.
|CNN: Top Khmer Rouge leaders found guilty of crimes against humanity, sentenced to life in prison|
(CNN) -- Two former top leaders in Cambodia's notorious Khmer Rouge, which ruled the Southeast Asian country between 1975 and 1979, were found guilty of crimes against humanity by a specially-convened Cambodian court Thursday.