Jaguar Land Rover develops autonomous system for off-roading
Jaguar Land Rover is in the process of developing autonomous technology that can handle any type of terrain a vehicle may encounter.
Thousands of Venezuelans enter Colombia for food, medicine
Tens of thousands of Venezuelans poured into neighboring Colombia to buy food and medicine on Saturday after authorities briefly opened the border that has been closed for almost a year.
Federal housing watchdog under fire for move to 'gut' office
In a case of who's watching the watchdog, the inspector general's office for a top housing agency is facing tough questions from Congress over what ex-employees say are efforts to "gut" a key office and allegations of retaliation.
Bureaucrats misquote Pope on vaccines, teach parents 'religion'
The dispute between concerned parents and the medical industry over whether or not vaccines can be harmful to children has gone on for decades, with no middle ground appearing.
Caregiver gets Zika from man who died in medical mystery
Utah health officials say a man who died after being infected with Zika virus passed it to a caregiver, creating a medical mystery about how it spread between them.
Americans Are Buying Gene-Edited Food That's Not Labeled GMO
Products made possible through gene-editing have landed on grocery shelves. Whether they’ll stay there is up to shoppers wary of technological tinkering.
A CALL TO ARMS – LITERALLY
This week I was going to write Part II on the jobs best suited for men vs. women in prepping, but the national and international terrorist attacks on police and civilians has been troubling me so much that I felt the need to lay out the case for a reordering of prepper acquisition priorities.