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    Nato intercepting highest number of Russian planes since the Cold War

    More Nato fighter jets are being scrambled to monitor and intercept Russian planes than at any time since the end of the Cold War as tensions continue to rise. Around 780 deployments were made from European military bases last year in response to Russian aircraft, compared to just 410 in 2015. British planes have been scrambled in numerous operations involving the RAF, which has pilots in the Quick Reaction Alert force ready to launch 24-hours a day.

  • 2 days ago
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    Can mobile phones give you a brain tumor? An Italian court just ruled yes.

    “Does the radiation from mobile phones increase your chances of getting cancer?” is a question that has abounded since the earliest days of the technology, long before Apple and Google arrived on the scene. But an Italian court has just thrown its weight behind a man who argued that his benign brain tumor was caused by prolonged use of his mobile phone. Fifty-seven-year-old Roberto Romeo told the court that he used a mobile phone for several hours a day at work over the course of 15 years, a...

  • 3 weeks ago
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  • 3 weeks ago
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    Black-ish became its own worst enemy when it cast Chris Brown

    Every Sunday, we pick a new episode of the week. It could be good. It could be bad. It will always be interesting. You can read the archives here. The episode of the week for March 26 through April 1 is “Richard Youngsta,” the 19th episode of the third season of ABC’s Black-ish. This week, Black-ish tackled some of the themes it tackles best: the importance of seeing yourself represented in popular culture...

  • 3 weeks ago
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    Tomorrow's WH press conference should be interesting to say the least.

  • 3 weeks ago
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    Adolescent girl uses 'crazy strength' to lift burning car off father

    Іt sоunds like а sсеnе strаіght out of а mоvіе. А уоung wоmаn lіfts а truсk to rеsсuе her fаthеr, then sаvеs the rеst of her fаmіlу from а rаgіng fіrе. Вut that sсеnаrіо is all too rеаl for 19-уеаr-оld Сhаrlоttе Неffеlmіrе, whose hеrоіс асtіоns sаvеd her fаmіlу from an unthіnkаblе trаgеdу. Dауs after Тhаnksgіvіng, her fаthеr, Еrіс Неffеlmіrе, was wоrkіng on his GМС truсk when the truсk fеll, gаsоlіnе sріllеd and а fіrе was іgnіtеd, all in an іnstаnt.

  • 1 month ago
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    What the hell did I just watch?

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  • 1 month ago
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    Americans Ate 19% Less Beef From ’05 to ’14, Report Says

    The National Resources Defense Council, an environmental group, said lower demand reduced greenhouse gas emissions.

  • 1 month ago
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    'Cucumbers grow better to rock music'

    An "unconventional‚ yet scientifically sound" experiment‚ has found that cucumbers - yes‚ the ones we put in our salads - grow better depending on your taste in music. The study‚ conducted by Graham Brown of the University of Sydney‚ found cucumbers are highly sensitive to sound‚ scent and touch.

  • 1 month ago
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    1 dead, 3 injured after planes collide above shopping centre on Montreal's South Shore

    One person is dead and three others are injured after two small Cessna 152 planes collided in mid-air in Saint-Bruno on Montreal's South Shore, according to Quebec Public Security Minister Martin Coiteux. The crash occurred above the Promenades Saint-Bruno shopping centre shortly before 1 p.m. Friday. Police said one of the planes landed in the shopping centre's parking lot, the other on the roof. Police said they do not yet know the cause of the crash, adding that weather conditions ...

  • 1 month ago
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    Donald Trump just hit out at North Korea and China

    Donald Trump has accused North Korea of “behaving very badly” – and said that China has done “little to help”. The US President said on Twitter: “North Korea is behaving very badly. They have been ‘playing’ the United States for years. China has done little to help!” His words came as US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said military action against North Korea was an “option on the table”.

  • 1 month ago
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    Extremely British Muslims reveals why men join ISIS

    Scores of British Muslims are joining ISIS because they think they can 'get an AK and get forgiven by God at the same time.' The startling revelation is made by two young Muslim men, best friends Waseem Iqbal and Naveed Ahmed, on tonight's episode of Channel 4's Extremely British Muslims. Many recruits come from a life of crime and see Islamic extremism as a chance to regain status and feel a sense of belonging, claims Waseem.

  • 1 month ago
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    The Soviet Union Killed Tens of Thousands of Whales for Virtually No Reason

    This year marks the 100th anniversary of Russia’s Bolshevik Revolution, which created the first communist state—so it’s time to think of the whales. In just a few decades, tens of thousands of whales were slaughtered by the Soviet Union in what the Pacific Standard Magazine, called “one of the fastest decimations of an animal population in world history—and happened almost entirely in secret.” The Soviet Union was part of a 1946 treaty setting a limit on the number of whales countrie...

  • 1 month ago
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    Exploding Batteries in Slow Motion - The Slow Mo Guys

    Gav and Dan once again prove warning labels right. Don't try this at home. The bits of battery might dent your face and the gas that comes out might dent your lungs.

  • 2 months ago
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    Vandals target historic Jewish cemetery in University City

    Investigators with the University City Police Department are working to determine who knocked over or damaged dozens of headstones at a local Jewish cemetery. Police would not say if they considered the vandalism at Chesed Shel Emeth Cemetery to be a hate crime or not. It is believed there was some organization behind the crime, meaning this was not the act of one individual. Police said they're reviewing security camera footage from the area.

  • 2 months ago
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    Al Jarreau, seven-time Grammy-winning singer, dies at 76

    Al Jarreau, a Grammy Award-winning singer whose versatile tenor voice and vibrant stage style blurred the lines between jazz, soul and pop music, died Feb. 12 at a Los Angeles hospital. He was 76. His publicist, Joe Gordon, announced the death, saying the singer had been treated for exhaustion. The cause was not immediately known.

  • 2 months ago
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    Universal Basic Income Accelerates Innovation by Reducing Our Fear of Failure

    Almost two centuries ago an idea was born with such explanatory power that it created shock waves across all of human society and whose aftershocks we’re still feeling to this day. It’s so simple and yet so powerful, that after all these years, it remains capable of making people question their very faith. The idea of which I speak is that through random mutation and natural selection, every living thing around us was created through millions and even billions of years of what is effectively...

  • 2 months ago
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    Trump Calling Everything Unfair Shows Just How Profoundly Privileged He Is

    Think about this for a second: when was the last time you earnestly exclaimed that something was unfair? If you’re over 8, it’s probably been quite some time; you likely can’t even remember. You know why that is? Well, at some point in your life, likely in elementary school, you were taught, or you realized on your own that life isn’t always fair and complaining about it does little to change that fact, or improve your situation. You start to grasp the way the world works, the ebbs a...