SpaceX completes its last mission of 2018 with the launch of a military GPS satellite

SpaceX successfully launched the United States Air Force’s first Global Positioning System  (GPS) III satellite, nicknamed Vespucci, from Cape Canaveral, Florida this morning in what was the aerospace company’s first U.S. national security mission to date. The company had planned to complete the launch, its last of the year, earlier this…

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Move over notch, the hole-punch smartphone camera is coming

First it was the notch, now the hole-punch has emerged as the latest tech for concealing selfie cameras whilst keeping our smartphones as free of bezel as possible to maximize the screen space. This week, Samsung and Huawei both unveiled new phones that dispense with the iconic “notch” — pioneered by Apple…

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One-Third Of Americas Gluten-Free Restaurants Are Not, Preliminary Study Finds

In restaurants across the US, one in three food items labeled “gluten-free” were found to have traces of the protein despite being advertised otherwise, according to a preliminary study presented earlier this week at the annual American College of Gastroenterology scientific meeting. And if you have a hankering for gluten-free pasta, pizzas, or…

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Wolves Airlifted To US Island For Reboot Of Worlds Longest-Running Predator-Prey Experiment

At some point during the turn of the 20th century, moose and gray wolves wandered across the frozen surface of the Minnesota side of Lake Superior and settled onto Isle Royale, a forested, picturesque, and human-free Island. From these pioneering individuals, distinct populations of each species were founded – one…

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Blast Near U.S. Embassy In Beijing Injures Suspect

The only person injured in the incident was the individual who allegedly set off the explosion, an embassy spokesperson told CNN. Reuters said the suspect was a 26-year-old man from the Inner Mongolia region.  The blast was was loud enough to be heard blocks away. Videos posted to social media…

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Lira Falls to Fresh Record With No Letup in Turkey-U.S. Tensions

The grip of bears on Turkish assets tightened as the nation’s souring relationship with the U.S. added to investor concern over authorities’ inability to put a lid on inflation, sending its currency to a fresh record low and driving up bond yields. The lira plunged more than 3 percent to…

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Researchers Have Found A Very Curious Link Between Your Cat And Your College Major

Here’s a fairly interesting link: Students who have been exposed to the Toxoplasma gondii parasite are 40 percent more likely to major in business than those not exposed. That’s according to a study recently published in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B.   First things first, what is Toxoplasma gondii? It…

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Tom Jones postpones show due to illness

Report End of Twitter post by The statement read: “Sir Tom Jones has a bacterial infection for which he is being treated in hospital. Follow us on Facebook, on Twitter @BBCNewsEnts, or on Instagram at bbcnewsents. If you have a story suggestion email entertainment.news@bbc.co.uk. Original Article : HERE ; This…

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Ivanka Trump’s Chinese-Made Products Conveniently Spared From Dad’s Tariffs

While Trump rails at Harley-Davidson motorcycles for moving some production to Europe to dodge EU tariffs, the first daughter and senior White House adviser has never manufactured a single product for her Ivanka Trump brand on American soil. That means Chengdu Kameido Shoes in Sichuan province can continue to supply…

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1-Year-Old Baby Appears In Immigration Court, Cries Hysterically

in federal custody who appeared in immigration court without his parents in Phoenix briefly played with a ball, drank from a bottle, then “cried hysterically” as he was about to leave the courtroom Friday, according to The Associated Press. The little boy, identified in court only as Johan, was one of the…

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Australia Will Now Fine Parents Twice A Month If They Fail To Vaccinate Their Kids

The Australian government has beefed up its already relatively strong vaccination laws in a bid to push inoculation rates up to record highs around the country. According to a statement by MP Dan Tehan, the Minister for Social Services, as of July 1, parents who don’t vaccinate their children will…

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3D printed guns are now legal Whats next?

Jon Stokes The offices of LMT Defense, in Milan, Ill. (Image courtesy Jon Stokes) LMT’s gun business is built on high-profile relationships, hard-to-win government contracts, and deep, almost monk-like know-how. The company lives or dies by the skill of its machinists and by the stuff of process engineering — tolerances…

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1-Year-Old Baby Appears In Immigration Court, Cries Hysterically

in federal custody who appeared in immigration court without his parents in Phoenix briefly played with a ball, drank from a bottle, then “cried hysterically” as he was about to leave the courtroom Friday, according to The Associated Press. The little boy, identified in court only as Johan, was one of the…

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Ivanka Trump’s Chinese-Made Products Conveniently Spared From Dad’s Tariffs

While Trump rails at Harley-Davidson motorcycles for moving some production to Europe to dodge EU tariffs, the first daughter and senior White House adviser has never manufactured a single product for her Ivanka Trump brand on American soil. That means Chengdu Kameido Shoes in Sichuan province can continue to supply…

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Pharmacist Puts Womans Life At Risk By Refusing Her Prescription On Moral Grounds

A woman with an unviable pregnancy went into a US pharmacy last Thursday in order to pick up her prescription medication. The drug prescribed was misoprostol, used to induce or speed up a miscarriage.  In Nicole Mone’s case, it was needed to speed up a miscarriage that was inevitable. She had been told by her…

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