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|BBC: Scotland votes 'No' to independence|
Scotland has voted to stay in the United Kingdom after voters decisively rejected independence. With the results in from all 32 council areas, the "No" side won with 2,001,926 votes over 1,617,989 for "Yes".
|USNews: Census: US poverty rate drops for the first time since 2006|
(AP) The Census Bureau, in its annual look at poverty in the United States, said that the poverty rate in 2013 was 14.5 percent, down from 15 percent in 2012. The decrease in the poverty rate was attributed to the growth in year-round employment by 2.8 million jobs in the United States, government officials said.
|Reuters: Philippines displays ancient maps to debunk China's sea claims|
(Reuters) - The Philippines on Thursday put on display dozens of ancient maps which officials said showed that China's territorial claims over the South China Sea did not include a disputed shoal at the centre of an acrimonious standoff.
|BBC: Arab states back US push against Islamic state|
Ten Arab states, including Saudi Arabia, have agreed to rally with the US in tackling the threat posed by Islamic State (IS) jihadists. After talks with US Secretary of State John Kerry in Jeddah, they agreed to help stop the flow of funds and foreign fighters to IS.
|CUNYQueensborough: "The World in 2030" by Dr. Michio Kaku|
"The World in 2030: How Science will Affect Computers, Medicine, Jobs, Our Lifestyles and the Wealth of our Nations"
|Business Insider: Homeless-Man-Turned-Billionaire Shares The Secret To The American Dream|
John Paul DeJoria, the man behind brands such as Paul Mitchell, Patr?n, and Rok Mobile, is certainly successful by any measure. But his billionaire status didn't come easy. DeJoria describes his "rags-to-riches" story and explains why he thinks the dream is still alive.
|FoxNews: Saudi anti-Christian sweep prompts calls for US involvement|
Dozens of Christians arrested at a prayer meeting in Saudi Arabia need America's help, according to a key lawmaker who is pressing the State Department on their behalf.
|VOANews: Vietnam Seeks a New Identity: Global Friend |
By reinforcing ties with so many different parties, Vietnam is not only hedging against China, but also setting up a platform where it can prove itself. After decades of wartime fallout and economic devastation, Vietnam now looks to show it is no longer a victim reliant on development aid.
|Network Computing: IPv6 Adoption: Here at Last|
IPv6 adoption has finally turned the corner. IT organizations and networks without an active IPv6 rollout program may find themselves caught unawares. No longer is IPv6 adoption "just around the corner." It's here.
|NBCNews: Ukraine and Pro-Russia Rebels Agree on Cease-Fire to End Ukraine Violence|
Ukraine signed a ceasefire with pro-Russian rebels on Friday in a bid to end the violence in the east of the country that has claimed thousands of lives. If successful, the deal would be the first step to ending a conflict at the center of the worst tensions between Moscow and the West since the Cold War.
|NBCNews: Obama Vows to 'Degrade and Ultimately Destroy' ISIS|
President Barack Obama vowed Friday to ?degrade and ultimately destroy? the militants of ISIS ? an organization that he said was too dangerous to be simply contained.
|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.