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    I Loved My Grandmother. But She Was a Nazi.

    My grandparents were Nazis. It took me until recently to be able to say — or write — this. I used to think of and refer to them as “ordinary Germans,” as if that was a distinct and morally neutral category. But like many “ordinary Germans,” they were members of the Nazi Party — they joined in 1937, before it was mandatory. My grandmother, who lived to be almost 100, was not, as I knew her, xenophobic or anti-Semitic; she did not seem temperamentally suited to hate. Understanding wh...

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    Scientists issue ‘apocalyptic’ warning about climate change

    Researchers studying the largest-ever mass extinction in Earth’s history claim to have found evidence that it was caused by runaway global warming – and that the “apocalyptic” events of 250 million years ago could happen again. About 90 per cent of all the living things on the planet were wiped out in the Permian mass extinction – described in a 2005 book called When Life Nearly Died – for reasons that have been long debated by scientists. Competing theories have been put forward, in...

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    Duterte hits critics who say he 'kills the poor'

    President Rodrigo Duterte on Saturday, March 25, blasted critics who say he "kills the poor" in an anti-drug campaign that has claimed the lives of more than 7,000 people. "They say, 'Duterte kills the poor.' I haven't heard of the children of Lucio Tan or Gokongwei selling drugs," Duterte said in a speech in Bisaya. "Of course it will be the poor people because the poor are ignorant and more likely to be hit," Duterte said in speech at the Kaamulan F...

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  • 8 days ago
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    Moose in New England face grisly deaths from tick infestations

    In northern New England, moose number about 70,000, but changing weather seems to be throwing the balance of nature off-kilter, giving an edge to one of the animal's most dangerous enemies — bloodsucking ticks. This has alarmed moose researchers, including Professor Peter Pekins, who is the chairman of the Natural Resources and Environment Department at the University of New Hampshire.

  • 8 days ago
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    Traces of Earth's original crust found in Canadian Shield

    Researchers have found traces of Earth's crust in the Canadian Shield dating back 4.2 billion years, when our planet was in its infancy. Earth's composition is unlike any other known planet or moon, with rocky crusts forming and moving over the surface. Over time, this has forced older evidence of such crusts — both oceanic and continental — deep below the surface.

  • 9 days ago
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    Peru braces for more flooding after at least 72 deaths

    The intense rains, overflowing rivers, mudslides and flooding being experienced Peru are the worst seen in in two decades, authorities said Saturday, as the death toll hit at least 72.

  • 11 days ago
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    White Nationalist Group Loses Tax-Exempt Status

    The Internal Revenue Service revoked NPI’s 501(c)) nonprofit tax-exempt status because the organization failed to file tax returns for three consecutive years, the Los Angeles Times reported this week. The revocation was retroactive to May 15 of last year when the nation’s leading alt-right group’s 2015 tax return would have been due. Tax records for nonprofits and charities are available for public inspection, showing total annual donations and how the money is expended, including salaries.

  • 12 days ago
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    Navy SEAL team that killed Osama bin Laden 'taking part in military simulations against North Korea for first time'

    The US Navy SEAL team that killed Osama bin Laden is reportedly set to join military training drills against North Korea for the first time. Along with other elite US units including the Army Rangers, Delta Force and the Green Berets, SEAL Team Six will take part in annual training exercises alongside South Korean forces, according to Yonhap News.

  • 13 days ago
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    Google’s DeepMind makes AI program that can learn like a human

    Researchers have overcome one of the major stumbling blocks in artificial intelligence with a program that can learn one task after another using skills it acquires on the way. Developed by Google’s AI company, DeepMind, the program has taken on a range of different tasks and performed almost as well as a human. Crucially, and uniquely, the AI does not forget how it solved past problems, and uses the knowledge to tackle new ones.

  • 13 days ago
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    Just weeks after Oroville Dam crisis, damage found in another key California reservoir

    California water officials, still struggling with fixes at Oroville Dam, will have to temporarily shut down the pumping station that delivers water to much of Southern California and Silicon Valley after discovering damage at another key state reservoir. The state Department of Water Resources confirmed Tuesday that operators discovered damage to the intake structure at the Clifton Court Forebay, a nearly two-mile-wide reservoir that stores water for the State Water Project...

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    Nintendo Releases Statement On Recent Screen Scratches From The Dock And Joy-Con Connectivity Problems

    Days after the Nintendo Switch was released, owners of the console have started reporting various issues, including screen scratches from the dock and the Joy-Con connectivity issue. The latter issue has reportedly been caused due to its antenna design and placement, and Nintendo of America’s president and chief operating officer Fils-Aimé have released more information on the issues.

  • 2 weeks ago
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    Filipino women struggle for birth control

    Philippine President Duterte wants more Filipino women to have access to contraceptives, which reportedly will run out in the Philippines by 2020 unless a Supreme Court order is overturned. Ana P. Santos reports.

  • 2 weeks ago
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    People See Black Men as Larger, More Threatening Than Same-Sized White Men

    People have a tendency to perceive black men as larger and more threatening than similarly sized white men, according to research published by the American Psychological Association. “Unarmed black men are disproportionately more likely to be shot and killed by police, and often these killings are accompanied by explanations that cite the physical size of the person shot,” said lead author John Paul Wilson, PhD, of Montclair State University. “Our research suggests that these descriptions ...

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    Amazon’s Twitch Will Stream More Than 800 ‘Power Rangers’ Episodes Over 17 Days for Free

    It’s Morphin time for Twitch: The Amazon-owned game broadcasting company will stream virtually every episode of Saban Brands’s “Power Rangers” TV series, spanning 23 seasons and 831 episodes, starting next week. The 17-day marathon begins March 14 at 11 a.m. PT and concludes March 30, live-streamed at Twitch.tv/TwitchPresents, the new home for the service’s programmatic TV marathons. It’s timed to coincide with the March 24 release of “Saban’s Power Rangers” live-action film fr...

  • 2 weeks ago
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    Geneva Auto Show to Showcase These Hot New Cars

    The Geneva International Motor Show is a unique mix of small niche car designers and high-volume manufacturers. It's the kind of auto show where anything can happen and automakers, particularly European brands, make their biggest debuts. Premieres are already beginning, although officially the auto show runs from March 9 to March 19. It's special not just for its mix of vehicles; this is also Europe's first major auto show of the year.

  • 3 weeks ago
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    The Fake British Radio Show That Helped Defeat the Nazis

    By spreading fake news and sensational rumors, intelligence officials leveraged “psychological judo” against the Nazis in World War II. “Hier ist Gustav Siegfried Eins.” This is Gustav Siegfried Eins. “Es spricht der Chef.” The Chief is speaking. It was just before five in the evening on May 23, 1941, and the Chief's radio career had begun. What the Chief said over the next six minutes or so was something that Nazi troops listening to their shortwave radios had never heard before.

  • 3 weeks ago
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    Ten million lives saved by 1962 breakthrough, study says

    Nearly 200 million cases of polio, measles, mumps, rubella, varicella, adenovirus, rabies and hepatitis A — and approximately 450,000 deaths from these diseases — were prevented in the U.S. alone between 1963 and 2015 by vaccination, researchers estimate. The study is published in AIMS Public Health. In 1963, vaccination against these infections became widespread, thanks to the development of a human cell strain that allowed vaccines to be produced safely. Globally, the vaccines developed fr...

  • 3 weeks ago
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    Top 10 Services Google Killed Off

    Google has a long history of introducing, then forgetting about, and finally officially killing off its products. Most recently, that included Google Spaces, a service that most of us never knew existed to begin with. Let’s take a tour of some of our favorite services Google’s killed off over the years.

  • 3 weeks ago
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    Reprintable paper becomes a reality

    Since its invention around 100 B.C. in China, paper as a material for spreading information has greatly contributed to the development and spread of civilization. Even in today’s information age, with electronic media omnipresent in homes, offices and even our pockets, paper still plays a critical role.

  • 1 month ago
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    North Korea 'executes five senior officials with anti-aircraft guns'

    Kim Jong-un's reign of terror resumed this week as South Korea's spy agency reported the North Korean dictator ordered more executions. According to the report, North Korea executed five senior officials using anti-aircraft guns because they made false reports that “enraged” leader Kim Jong-un, South Korea’s spy agency said Monday. The comments by the National Intelligence Service in a private briefing to lawmakers come as Malaysia investigates the poisoning death of Kim’s estr...