SAN FRANCISCO, June 22 (Xinhua) -- One person was killed and another injured Wednesday morning following a shooting that occurred inside a Muni train in U.S. San Francisco, according to the police. San Francisco police responded to the shooting report at the Muni Forest Hill station and found that the train had left, heading toward the Castro station. Officers discovered … [Read more...] about 1 dead, 1 injured in U.S. San Francisco shooting
NEW YORK: Solar storms make for wonderful light shows as auroras zipping through the heavens but they can also bring about a state of emergency. The phenomenon doesn’t present any danger to the Earth as a planet, but could well harm humans who are increasingly dependent on technology. During a solar storm, or disturbance on the sun, high-energy particles and a massive … [Read more...] about Power outage: Could a solar storm switch off the world’s technology?
Amber Tanaka was burned out. Tanaka had been working service jobs to support an acting career and was coming to realise that a passion for theatre wouldn't negate the grind of spending day and night in low-paid positions. Then the pandemic hit, live performances were paused and it became more difficult to find service jobs. "I can't really afford to go back to school," … [Read more...] about With US$10mil windfall, women’s free Seattle coding school goes national
LOS ANGELES: Ask any executive what the music business was like in the ‘00s and their face may take on an expression more commonly associated with narrowly averted disasters like car accidents or, more accurately, attempted robberies. Due to peer-to-peer file-sharing platforms like Napster and Limewire, US recorded-music revenues lost more than half their value in the early … [Read more...] about 15 years of Spotify: How the streaming giant has changed and reinvented the music industry