Much like a gust of wind, fledgling U.S. political parties often ready to blow the hat off your head one minute, and barely a breeze the next.
Despite major technological advancements in healthcare, the digitization of medical records has, until recently, seen little progress. The American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, will soon flip this status quo on its head.
Image courtesy of Abayomi Azikiwe via Flickr, modified by Curiousmatic. You and I may play games recreationally, but governments all over the world have a different motive: to simulate and test responses to potential conflicts and crises.
Photo courtesy of Speaker John Boehner via Flickr. India and the U.S., the world’s largest and oldest democracies, are natural partners with much to gain from one another — but several key issues keep them at arms length.
If someone told you they hail from a nation comprised of just 200 people, would you believe them?
In the past decade, private military companies (PMCs) have flooded foreign war theaters in mass, with private security personnel in Iraq alone numbering about 17,000 in 2010.
Photo courtesy of the Exploratorium via Flickr. Ranging from crafts to robotics, a modern culture of DIY “making” is gaining commercial, corporate, and educational traction beyond the niche communities from whence it came.
Photo courtesy of Mike Mozart via Flickr. Feelings around Walmart and banks are often times strong ones. So now that two of America’s favorite/least favorite things are combining at last, one has to ask: Will this be a glorious union, a most unholy monster, or somewhere in between?