Al Qaeda in India, Gamergate, and Cars for Millennials

Al Qaeda is looking for new recruits. In a video released last night, the group’s leader announced a new branch in India. In West Africa, the ebola epidemic is spreading at an alarming rate. Doctors Without Borders is calling the response to the outbreak “lethally inadequate.” A new study says it’ll cost us $10B to clean up the Salton Sea, but seven times that if we don’t. We take a look at “Gamergate”: One woman’s critiques of the way women are depicted in video games has made her a target for hate-spewing trolls. And finally, millennials just aren’t as interested in cars as previous generations used to be. Car companies are experimenting with ways to get more young people behind the wheel.

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