• This Microflier is the “smallest human-made flying” structure

    The researchers of Northwestern University have developed the tiniest human-made flying device in the shape of a winged microchip. The innovative flying microchip is equivalent to the size of a mote of dust and lacks a battery or engine. It uses air to fly. Uses of the Microflier Being...
  • Times Square aspires to reclaim its sheen as tourism improves

    Times Square, often known as the “Crossroads of the World,” is one of New York City’s most iconic sights and unquestionably one of the city’s busiest places, with an average of 360,000 people passing through daily. But today’s Times Square is a far cry from what it was at...
  • COP26: The United States and China make a mutual commitment to increase climate cooperation

    COP26 appeared more unlikely to fulfill its main goal: persuading the world’s largest greenhouse gas emitters to agree to reduce their emissions sufficiently to keep global warming below 1.5 degrees Celsius, as laid out in the Paris Agreement in 2015. Chairman Alok Sharma’s Thoughts Alok Sharma of the United...
  • Will Smith to Emma Watson: 8 Celebs who turned down iconic roles

    You will be surprised to know that your favorite character, Rogue from ‘X-Men,’ or Spock from ‘Star Trek’ was going to be played by someone else. Here’s the list of stars who turned down classic roles. Stars who turned down iconic roles   1. Amanda Seyfried- “Guardians of the...
  • Rise in the number of startups in the U.S. amid Covid-19 pandemic

    Even with all of the pandemic situations and one of the significant economic downturns in world history, the number of small businesses in the U.S. skyrocketed last year, and this trend is growing in the year 2021. There is a more than 20% surge in the number of startups compared with the pre-pandemic...
  • The U.S. could hit the debt ceiling by Mid-October, says Treasury

    If nothing is done, the Treasury is on the verge of default on the debt, most probably between October 15 to November 4. Department of the Treasury’s take: The department undertook extraordinary measures to temporarily stabilize the finances of the U.S. government when the debt limit was reinstated on...
  • Tech Giants file a lawsuit against Texas’s social media censorship law

    Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter are challenging Texas to overturn controversial state legislation that penalizes social media firms for filtering conservative content.  The lawsuit, filed in the court, criticizes a statute passed by Texas Republican Gov. Greg Abbott as House Bill (HB) 20 (which will be effective later in 2021) that enables any...
  • Actress, Uma Thurman finally shares about her teenage pregnancy

    Uma Thurman, an actor, writer, producer, and model, recently opened up on abortion that she had had as a teenager to which she referred to as the “darkest secret until now.”  She’s also raged against the “despair” of Texas’s controversial abortion legislation and demanded that it be revoked. Thurman recalls her...
  • Response to President’s Vaccine Mandate

    After resisting comprehensive vaccine mandates for months, President Biden announced the new vaccine mandate on Thursday that affects about 100 million Americans, nearly two-thirds of the American workforce. The new rules come as the Delta variant plays havoc across the country, and a rise in hospitalizations and deaths are...