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From the editors at The Conversation, an independent news organization based in Boston that publishes articles written by academic experts and edited by a team of journalists.
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How to Use Latest Tech Possibilities to Improve Your Gaming Experience
With these new tech possibilities, the gaming experience has been elevated to new heights, offering players an immersive and interactive world like never before.
Navigating the World of Online Gambling: A Beginner's Guide
This article will explore this topic in more detail, telling you how you can navigate the complexities of online gambling as a beginner.
The Latest Unreal Engine 5.4 Update Enhances Animation, Rendering, and AI Features
Here, we delve into the specifics of these updates, exploring how each component contributes to creating more immersive and visually stunning gaming experiences.
5 Hidden Gem Casino Games You Must Try in 2024
The slots market is oversaturated, and therefore, some games can be overlooked. This is almost a crime in a sense, as many are let out that should be appreciated by so many, yet they remain unseen, …
In-Depth Look at the Final Four Teams of the 2024 March Madness
Here's a more detailed look at the schools and their key players who have made significant contributions to their journey to the Final Four.

A jacket, a coin, a letter − relics of Omaha Beach battle tell the story of D-Day 80 years later

Between the villages of Vierville-sur-Mer and Sainte-Honorine-des-Pertes in Normandy, France, is a 5-mile stretch of beach that was once called Côte d’Or, or “golden coast.” …
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How the Gaza humanitarian aid pier traces its origins to discarded cigar boxes before World War II

Palestinians in Gaza have begun receiving humanitarian aid delivered through a newly completed floating pier off the coast of the besieged territory. Built by the U.S. military and operated in coordination with the United Nations, …

Japanese American soldiers in World War II fought the Axis abroad and racial prejudice at home

The Conversation presents the story of the racial prejudice that Japanese American soldiers faced in the US during World War II.

Mary McLeod Bethune, known as the ‘First Lady of Negro America,’ also sought to unify the African diaspora

When I first landed an internship as an archives technician at the Mary McLeod Bethune Council House-National Historic Site – the D.C. home of the woman who founded Bethune-Cookman University – …

Sports gambling creates a windfall, but raises questions of integrity – here are three lessons from historic sports-betting scandals

Sports betting is having a big moment across the United States. While gambling on sports has been legal for decades in countries such as the U.K., it wasn’t until 2018 that the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that states could legalize sports betting. …

Why Indianapolis 500 winners drink milk and the history of other race-day traditions

The Indianapolis 500 is known for its quirky traditions. Stacker compiled five of them, sourcing from Indianapolis Motor Speedway and various outlets.
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Located 163 light-years from Earth, a Jupiter-sized exoplanet named WASP-69b offers astrophysicists a window into the dynamic processes that shape planets across the galaxy. …
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