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Sask. First Nation man builds Dene computer keyboard to help others to learn the language

Chevez Ezaneh hopes a Dene keyboard he created will make the language more accessible.

Teen who began high school math in Grade 7 to compete in world's most prestigious youth math competition

A Saskatoon teenager is off to Japan for the world's most prestigious youth math competition. While taking the rest of his high school classes, Haozhe Yang moved on to university-level...

Rising anti-LGBTQ legislation prompts warnings, challenges from rights groups

4 days ago from UPI

A rising number of anti-LGBTQ rights laws are being passed and proposed in statehouses across the United States impacting millions of people.

What happens if AI grows smarter than humans? The answer worries scientists.

4 days ago from PopSci

With each iteration, Singularity gets more invincible—and dangerous. Warner Bros. In 1993, computer scientist and sci-fi author Vernor Vinge predicted that within three decades, we would have the technology to create a form...

Zelensky: International Criminal Court investigating dam attack

4 days ago from UPI

The International Criminal Court in The Hague is investigating the recent destruction of a major hydroelectric dam in Russia-occupied southern Ukraine, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said.

U.S. musician arrested in Russia on drug charges

4 days ago from UPI

An American musician was arrested over the weekend in Moscow on drug-related charges, according to a Russian court.

Bonnie Milligan, Brandon Uranowitz are early Tony Awards winners

4 days ago from UPI

Bonnie Milligan and Brandon Uranowitz were among the early winners at the Tony Awards ceremony in New York Sunday.

13 injured in shooting, stabbing or struck by car at Syracuse gathering

4 days ago from UPI

At least four people were shot, while three more were hit by cars and six were stabbed during a mass gathering that was attended by hundreds of people in Syracuse,...

Trump rips ‘lazy’ Bill Barr after former AG commented on indictment

4 days ago from UPI

Former President Donald Trump called Bill Barr a "lazy" and "disgruntled former employee" after the former attorney general commented on the indictment of his former boss.

Wagner Group boss hits back at Russian military, poised to take control of mercenary group

4 days ago from UPI

Yevgeny Prigozhin, the founder of Russia's Wagner Group, hit back at Russia's Defense Ministry on Sunday as the military appears to move to take control of the mercenary forces.

French Open: Novak Djokovic wins record 23rd Grand Slam title

4 days ago from UPI

Novak Djokovic overpowered Casper Ruud with devastatingly strong serves and sniped returns into the red dust of Court Philippe Chatrier, winning a record 23rd Grand Slam title at the 2023...

Former Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon arrested

4 days ago from UPI

The police investigation of the Scottish National Party reached a new step Sunday with the arrest of former First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.

Level up your skills and career after graduation with Upskillist’s affordable lifetime membership

5 days ago from PopSci

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4 ways to customize Google Chrome’s new tab page

5 days ago from PopSci

There's a more intuitive way to customize Google Chrome's new tab page and make it beautifully yours. Justin Pot Google Chrome’s new tab page is a bit cluttered. Not so long ago,...

Famous birthdays for June 11: Jimmy O. Yang, Hugh Laurie

5 days ago from UPI

Actor Jimmy O. Yang turns 36 and actor Hugh Laurie turns 64, among the famous birthdays for June 11.

Arcangelo takes 1st at Belmont Stakes as Jena Antonucci becomes 1st female trainer to win

5 days ago from UPI

Arcangelo and jockey Javier Castellano took first place at the Belmont Stakes in New York on Saturday, making trainer Jena Antonucci the first woman to win in the celebrated race.

Trump’s copyright woes: Matt Damon, Ben Affleck’s production company slams president for lack of 'consent'

5 days ago from UPI

Matt Damon and Ben Affleck's production company has slammed Donald Trump for violating its copyright after the former president shared a video that misused a monologue from their latest film,...

Ukraine claims advances around Bakhmut as Trudeau visits Kyiv

5 days ago from UPI

Ukrainian forces claimed to have made advances around the fiercely contested city of Bakhmut on Saturday as Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pledged more assistance during a surprise visit to...

Taylor Swift's 'Midnights' tops U.S. album chart

5 days ago from UPI

Taylor Swift's "Midnights" is the No. 1 album in the United States this weekend, unseating Morgan Wallen's "One Thing at a Time" off of the top perch after a 12-week...

Catch a glimpse of the half-lit moon in its third quarter phase today

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The third quarter phase marks the halfway point between the full moon and the next new moon which will occur on June 18.

Famous birthdays for June 10: Leelee Sobieski, Sasha Obama

6 days ago from UPI

Actor/artist Leelee Sobieski turns 40 and former first daughter Sasha Obama turns 22, among the famous birthdays for June 10.

NBA Finals: Aaron Gordon lifts Nuggets over Heat in Game 4

6 days ago from UPI

Aaron Gordon levitated for acrobatic slams, sank long-range shots and provided constant physicality, pacing a Game 4 win over the Miami Heat and helping the Denver Nuggets earn a 3-1...

The best telescopes of 2023

6 days ago from PopSci

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Toronto Blue Jays cut ties with Anthony Bass after anti-LGBTQ social media post

6 days ago from UPI

The Toronto Blue Jays let go of pitcher Anthony Bass on Friday, after he shared an anti-LGBTQ post on social media last month.

Price vs. health: Food shoppers choose price

6 days ago from Newswise - Scinews

A new study of food consumer shopping behaviors has found that when faced with a choice - lower prices or healthier foods - they will likely choose lower prices.

Canadian wildfire smoke detected thousands of miles away in Norway

6 days ago from Live Science

Wildfire smoke from Canada has hit Norway, which is more than 3,000 miles from the North American country.

How a pending Supreme Court ruling on affirmative action could affect the scientific workforce

6 days ago from Science NOW

U.S. higher education officials, including those trying to diversify the scientific workforce, have spent the past year pondering how to respond if the U.S. Supreme Court bans the use of race as a...

Turtle takes a ride in the back of Kentucky police cruiser

6 days ago from UPI

A turtle found loitering in the parking lot of a Kentucky bank was apprehended and loaded into the back of a squad car, but ultimately released.