In particular, I love when old things are finally discovered for the first time, especially when ancient secrets are discovered through modern technology. For example, the buried pyramids that were discovered recently, old shipwrecks that are finally found, new species of animals discovered hidden deep in rainforests or deep in the ocean, fossilized animals, ancint remains buried in ice, etc. It seems like in this day and age there are few old things left for us to learn about, so I love it when something that has been under our noses for hundreds or thousands of years is finally discovered.
I think medical news is pretty intriguing - especially when new cures (or potential cures) are discovered for deadly diseases. There's so much negativity in the news that it's nice to hear about progress. I also think it's really interesting to learn about what causes certain diseases to arise in people - whether it's genetics or certain life choices they made.
I am very interested in technology and stock news. A majority of the news topic are usually about Apple, Google, Facebook, and Amazon. I happen to be a fan of all of them. Great question.
Tossup between business (local preferably) and crime stories.
No. They are not one and the same!
by ahorseback 2 hours ago
When you as media obstruct and not just report ?When you sensationalize and create false media ?When you constantly attack and defame ?When you ignore real media issues ?When you journalize and editorialize instead of report ?You become the enemy of the people .
by Melissa Barrett 6 years ago
I knew it!http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/11/2 … 06305.html
by canadawest99 7 years ago
I see lots of people here giving thanks to god and jesus for everything in their life but never give any recognition to all the scientific advances that are really responsible for your lifestyle. Its not god that brings water and electricity to your house every day, its the ingenuity of...
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