Magnitsky Act Architect Wants Law Used Against Saudi Arabia Over Khashoggi Disappearance
The act, which American businessman Bill Browder helped pass, "freezes the assets and bans the visas of people who are sanctioned under it," he tells Here & Now's Peter O'Dowd.
Alexa, Pop My Popcorn: Smart Microwave Heats Up 'Internet Of Things' Debate
Amazon recently debuted a microwave that connects to its smart assistant Alexa. But it's not the only company hoping to connect the "internet of things" inside your home.
Climate Has Changed Many Times Before. Here's How Humans Handled It
The World Bank estimates there could be more than 140 million "climate migrants" by 2050.
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