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Having a country to call home is not a given in this world. In 2013 some 200,000 people born to Haitian immigrants in the Dominican Republic suddenly found themselves stripped of any citizenship, any nation to call home. They find themselves in limbo – potentially facing deportation to Haiti – a place they’ve never lived with a language they don’t speak.
For humanity's sake, spend more on science projects like New Horizons
To the editor: As a physicist, I never cease to be amazed by the miraculous insights about our physical world and universe that continue to be garnered via scientific exploration. ("High-resolution shocker: Pluto has Rocky Mountain-sized peaks, New Horizons reveals," July 15)
Local tech company set to change cars through 3-D printing
Still a relatively new technology, 3-D printing has seen growth in its usage over the years. Aeronautics and even hospitals have benefited from the process, and it is slowly taking over as one of leading ideas for material crafting in the future.