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Definition of Research:

  • inquire into; "the students had to research the history of the Second World War for their history project"; "He searched for information on his relatives on the web"; "Scientists are exploring the nature of consciousness"
  • systematic investigation to establish facts
  • attempt to find out in a systematically and scientific manner; "The student researched the history of that word"
  • inquiry: a search for knowledge; "their pottery deserves more research than it has received"

Definition of information:

  • a message received and understood
  • data: a collection of facts from which conclusions may be drawn; "statistical data"
  • knowledge acquired through study or experience or instruction
  • (communication theory) a numerical measure of the uncertainty of an outcome; "the signal contained thousands of bits of information"
  • formal accusation of a crime
       Definitions by: WordNet Search

U.S. : NPR

How Do Eggs Get Their Shapes? Scientists Think They've Cracked It

Eggs evolved over 300 million years ago and now come in all kinds of shapes, from Tic Tacs to teardrops to pingpong balls. After studying some 50,000 eggs, a team of researchers thinks they know why.

'Pizzagate' Gunman Sentenced To 4 Years In Prison

Edgar Maddison Welch pleaded guilty in March after entering the Comet Ping Pong pizzeria in Washington, D.C., brandishing a rife in order to "investigate" a baseless conspiracy theory.

FCC Moves To Streamline Emergency 'Blue Alerts' For Threats To Law Enforcement

Created in 2015, Blue Alerts are similar to Amber Alerts, but aim to catch people who threaten or harm police officers. The DOJ asked the FCC to add a special code to the broadcast emergency system.

Supreme Court Overturns Lower Court On Grounds For Stripping U.S. Citizenship

"We have never read a statute to strip citizenship from someone who met the legal criteria for acquiring it," Justice Elena Kagan wrote. "We will not start now."

Americans Agree On Some Gun Restrictions, Pew Survey Finds

Americans' relationship with guns is complicated and often contentious. But they do agree on restricting sales to people with mental illness or on watch lists.

Senate Republicans Reveal Long-Awaited Affordable Care Act Repeal Bill

The Senate's long-awaited "Better Care Reconciliation Act" was written largely in secret, with even many Senate Republicans unaware of what was in it.

Senate GOP Reveals Health Care Bill

Senate Republicans have released their health care bill. They are hoping to have a vote before the July Fourth recess.

Forget Freud: Dreams Replay Our Everyday Lives

Sigmund Freud thought dreams were all about wish fulfillment and repressed desire. But scientists now think they're linked to memory processing and consciousness. And they're often quite mundane.

Humanitarian Aid Is 'Broken,' Says Former U.N. Official

The way we offer assistance to people fleeing conflict no longer works, says Paul Spiegel, a former director of program management at the U.N. refugee agency. He has a few ideas about how to fix it.

Census Finds A More Diverse America, As Whites Lag Growth

Asian and mixed-race people are the two fastest-growing segments of the U.S. population, the U.S. Census Bureau says. Non-Hispanic whites are the only group to see deaths outpace births.

Louisiana Is First State To Ban Public Colleges From Asking About Criminal History

The "ban the box" movement is designed to open opportunities to the tens of millions of Americans with some kind of criminal record.

Trump Administration Faces Pressure To Not Deport Detained Iraqi Christians

Many of the nearly 200 Iraqis currently under detention are from the minority Chaldean Christian community, which faces severe persecution in Iraq.

Red Palm Weevils Wreak Havoc On Palm Plantations Across The Globe

Thanks to globalization and climate change, the pest has spread to 60 countries, attacking coconut, date and oil palm plantations, and costing millions of dollars in damages.

Heavy Rains And Flooding As Tropical Storm Cindy Makes Landfall

States on the Gulf Coast are being hit with severe weather and floods as Tropical Storm Cindy moved inland Thursday morning in Louisiana.

Updating Frankenstein For The Age of Black Lives Matter

The classic tale of the Monster resurrected from the dead gets a new treatment in Victor LaValle's new limited-series comic.

World : NPR

Experts Suspect Russia Is Using Ukraine As A Cyberwar Testing Ground

Wired's Andy Greenberg says Ukraine has been the victim of a "cyber-assault unlike any the world has ever seen." Cybersecurity experts think Russia is perfecting attacks that could be used on the U.S.

Church Of England 'Colluded And Concealed' Bishop's Sex Abuse, Leader Says

The archbishop of Canterbury offered "an unreserved apology" for how the church handled a bishop's crimes against young men. The apology followed the release of a "harrowing" report on the incidents.

Humanitarian Aid Is 'Broken,' Says Former U.N. Official

The way we offer assistance to people fleeing conflict no longer works, says Paul Spiegel, a former director of program management at the U.N. refugee agency. He has a few ideas about how to fix it.

Trump Administration Faces Pressure To Not Deport Detained Iraqi Christians

Many of the nearly 200 Iraqis currently under detention are from the minority Chaldean Christian community, which faces severe persecution in Iraq.

Red Palm Weevils Wreak Havoc On Palm Plantations Across The Globe

Thanks to globalization and climate change, the pest has spread to 60 countries, attacking coconut, date and oil palm plantations, and costing millions of dollars in damages.

Turkey's LGBT Community Pushes Ahead With Plans For Pride Parade

On Sunday, members of Turkey's LGBT community are to hold a pride parade — if the authorities let them. The parade has been canceled for the last two years, reportedly due to security concerns.

ISIS Destroys Ancient Mosque And Minaret In Iraqi City Of Mosul

Iraq's military said ISIS destroyed the 12th century al-Nuri mosque in Mosul's Old City, where ISIS fighters remain. Allied forces are trying to recapture the last of the city.

News Brief: Police Acquittal, Trump Rally, Kushner In Middle East

An-ex Milwaukee police officer was found not guilty in the shooting death of a motorist. President Trump returned to the campaign trail. Presidential adviser Jared Kushner is working on peace talks.

Rural South Korean County Prepares For Role As 2018 Winter Olympics Host

Only a handful of tourists come to PyeongChang, usually to hike green hills dotted with Buddhist temples or visit a small nearby ski station. All that is about to change.

ISIS Destroys Historic Mosque In Mosul As Iraqi Forces Close In

Iraq's military said ISIS destroyed the 12th century al-Nuri mosque in Mosul's Old City, where ISIS fighters remain. Iraq's prime minister called it "a formal declaration of their defeat."

'Wall Street Journal' Fires Jay Solomon Over Ethical Lapses

Evidence emerged of Solomon's involvement in prospective business deals with one of his key sources. He was the Wall Street Journal's chief foreign affairs correspondent at the time of his firing.

Spillover Beasts: Which Animals Pose The Biggest Viral Risk?

Rodents, primates and bats likely carry hundreds of thousands of viruses we haven't yet identified. But how do you know which ones might infect humans?

What To Know About Saudi Arabia's New Crown Prince And The Issues He Will Face

Mohammed bin Salman is now first in line to the throne. At 31, he has already reshaped his country's role in the region. His biggest test will come as he tries to wean the kingdom off an oil economy.

Portugal Wrests Control Over Wildfire That Killed More Than 60 People

Investigation into what ignited the wildfires, and why they proved so deadly, is just beginning. Some people want a ban on plantings of eucalyptus: a common tree that is extremely flammable.

Saudi Arabia's Beef With Qatar Reflects Long Simmering Tensions

Two weeks ago, Saudi Arabia announced it had closed its border and cut diplomatic ties with neighboring Qatar. Other Gulf countries joined in, and the tiny gas-rich monarchy became a pariah seemingly overnight. But tensions have been simmering for some time. To understand what's happening to Qatar, Planet Money traces the long, dramatic relationship between Saudi Arabia and Qatar, two brother monarchies.

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