• Britain-Russia clash over poisoning of double agent escalates

    Britain-Russia clash over poisoning of double agent escalates

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    She accused Moscow of an "unlawful use of force" involving weapons-grade nerve agent that poisoned former Kremlin double-agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter Yulia in the city of Salisbury on March 4. President Donald Trump, French President Emmanuel Macron and German Chancellor Angela Merkel shared the U.K.'s assessment that it was highly likely that Russian Federation was responsible for the attack-the first use of a nerve agent in a North Atlantic Treaty Organization country.
  • Mets cut Tim Tebow from major league camp

    Mets cut Tim Tebow from major league camp

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    He hit.056 in Grapefruit League play , with 11 strikeouts in 19 plate appearances. Tebow said that was not his focus right now. "It's got be on every day in the process", Tebow said. Earlier in spring training, Mets General Manager Sandy Alderson praised Tebow's work ethic, power, and his positive influence on teammates and minor league baseball as a whole.
  • "Theories of Vedas superior to Einstein's equation": Science minister quotes Stephen Hawking

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    She progressively lost the use of all her muscles until she could communicate only by blinking her eyes. Three years ago, he sent a message to the 2015 World Economic Forum at Davos, summing up his view. "Before we understand science, it is natural to believe that God created the universe ", Hawking said during a newspaper interview in 2014. Hawking had most recently met Pope Francis when he delivered his presentation on "The Origin of the Universe" at the academy's plenary session on ...
  • Equifax exec pleads not guilty to insider trading

    Equifax exec pleads not guilty to insider trading

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    Equifax stock plunged in the days after the breach was disclosed. "Ying used confidential information to conclude that his company had suffered a massive data breach, and he dumped his stock before the news went public", Richard Best, Director of the SEC's Atlanta Regional Office, said in a statement .
  • Amazon appears to be testing a 'brief mode' for Alexa

    Amazon appears to be testing a 'brief mode' for Alexa

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    Amazon seems to be doing just that, according to AFTVnews , which spotted a Reddit post concerning a new Alexa feature that Amazon appears to be quietly testing. Later on, however, the Brief Mode feature was apparently disabled, with Alexa's "Ok!" reaction returning. Working on all of my Echos! But for those of us who have grown exhausted of hearing the same responses in the same tone of voice day in and day out, a less verbose Alexa sounds like an incredibly necessary feature.
  • What Bob Huggins said after West Virginia beat Murray State

    What Bob Huggins said after West Virginia beat Murray State

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    Murray State never got closer than 11 the rest of the way. It boosts them into a ready-made resumption of the Capital Classic 2,500 miles away from the Mountain State. But ultimately the major focus has been on the Mountaineers themselves in order to get ready for the big dance and do what they can do to survive and advance.
  • Huawei P20 Camera Sample Surface Prior To Launch

    Huawei P20 Camera Sample Surface Prior To Launch

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    Meanwhile, a video spotted by AndroidWorld.it shows the P20 Lite in an Italian retail store. In any case, let's look into the features and specifications of the smartphone. Since Malaysia is a key market for Huawei , the local release is expected to take place very soon and you might be able to pre-order your P20 as early as the end of this month.
  • Elon Musk on Mars flights: 'Good chance' first passengers will die

    Elon Musk on Mars flights: 'Good chance' first passengers will die

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    SpaceX launched the world's most powerful rocket, the Falcon Heavy , last month, sending Musk's red Tesla Roadster auto toward an orbit near Mars. Musk said he expects Mars to become a hub of entrepreneurial activity once it is successfully colonized, with everything from pizza joints to "Mars bars".
  • Facebook Apologizes for Auto-Suggesting Child-Porn Videos

    Facebook Apologizes for Auto-Suggesting Child-Porn Videos

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    The social network's search suggestions, which are supposed to automatically offer the most popular search terms to users , apparently broke around 4am in the United Kingdom, and started to suggest unpleasant results for those who typed in "video of".