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    Panama hotel votes to drop Trump, but his company won't go

    The owners of a Trump-branded hotel in Panama sued President Donald Trump's family-owned company in federal court Tuesday, alleging that the namesake business committed mismanagement and fraud. The lawsuit includes previously confidential arbitration filings before the International Chamber of Commerce. It alleges that Trump Hotels tried to "bully, intimidate and harass" its way out of a $15 million arbitration claim.

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    6 Sales Prospecting Methods You Should Be Using

    Reaching and exceeding your sales quotas or goals is much easier when your lead generation is healthy and consistent. While some sales professionals have their leads supplied to them, not everyone is so lucky. Many people need to prospect to keep their funnels full. Don’t let this be one of your major pain points.

  • 4 days ago
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    Brain Cells Share Information With Virus-Like Capsules

    When Jason Shepherd first saw the structures under a microscope, he thought they looked like viruses. The problem was: he wasn’t studying viruses. Shepherd studies a gene called Arc which is active in neurons, and plays a vital role in the brain. A mouse that’s born without Arc can’t learn or form new long-term memories. If it finds some cheese in a maze, it will have completely forgotten the right route the next day.

  • 6 days ago
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    Arizona Lawmakers Want to Let People Pay Taxes in Bitcoin

    A new bill submitted to the Arizona Senate would, if approved, allow people to pay their state tax liabilities using bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies. Public records show that the bill – sponsored by state Senator Warren Petersen and co-sponsored by three other lawmakers – was submitted for consideration on Jan. 9. It has since been referred to the Arizona Senate Rules Committee for further deliberation.

  • 9 days ago
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    California Introduces Its Own Bill to Protect Net Neutrality

    2018 has barely begun, and so has the fight to preserve net neutrality. January 3 was the first day of business in the California state legislature, and state Sen. Scott Wiener used it to introduce legislation to protect net neutrality for Californians.

  • 10 days ago
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    KPMG quits Grenfell inquiry amid furore

    Accountancy firm KPMG has quit its advisor role on the Grenfell inquiry amid concerns over its appointment. Campaigners had called for KPMG to be removed, saying it failed to disclose a conflict of interest. KPMG is the auditor of three of the firms under scrutiny by the inquiry into the tower block blaze, in which 71 people died on 14 June last year.

  • 10 days ago
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    In Trump era, local governments must lead charge for clean energy

    President Trump will soon be given another opportunity to advance his pro-fossil fuel agenda. Following a recent ruling by the U.S. International Trade Commission, Trump is now positioned to impose heavy tariffs on solar panels coming into the U.S. Should Trump move forward with these tariffs, he’ll throw up a roadblock to the country’s fastest-growing source of clean energy and choke off nearly 88,000 American solar jobs.

  • 11 days ago
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    Trump book author says his revelations will bring down U.S. president

    The author of a book that is highly critical of Donald Trump's first year as U.S. president said his revelations were likely to bring an end to Trump's time in the White House. Michael Wolff told BBC radio that his conclusion in “Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House”-- that Trump is not fit to do the job -- was becoming a widespread view.

  • 2 weeks ago
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    8 Ways the Trump Administration Has Been a Disaster for Science and Our Public Lands

    Trump's first year of presidency is coming to a close. We knew going in that he was going to be a disaster for science, but maybe some of us still hoped he wouldn't be too disastrous. But the actions he has taken, the people he has appointed, and the rapacious companies and politicians he has emboldened have proved that hope was in vain. As we close out 2017, here are just a few of the countless ways the Trump administration...

  • 2 weeks ago
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    A new battery still won’t change the fact that the old iPhone is way behind in technology. It'll still run new apps very slow or not at all.

  • 2 weeks ago
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    What if the Industrial Revolution Happened to Rome?

    My novel Kingdom of the Wicked — Rules took me 13 years to write. It has been a long time between drinks. Rules isn’t all of it, either. Book II, Order, comes out in March, so apologies for the cliffhanger. However, rest assured I haven’t gone all George R.R. ­Martin on you. Everything is ­written, with only final editorial to complete.

  • 2 weeks ago
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    Woman 'stabbed 88 times by her date because she laughed at him’

    A woman was stabbed 88 times by a man she was on a date with because she “laughed at him”, it has been reported.  Irina Kozlova, 34, is said to have been told to drive to her favourite place, close her eyes and wait for a surprise by Evgeny Markov, who she had recently started dating.  After Ms Kozlova, who was recently divorced, closed her eyes, Markov allegedly stabbed her 88 times in the Krasnoyarsk city of Russia.

  • 3 weeks ago
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    Sherwood Tattoo Artist Offers to Cover Up Racist, Gang Ink for Free

    Ink meets skin inside the Diamond State Tattoo Parlor in Sherwood. "After Christmastime, the shop definitely gets busier," tattoo artist, Nicholas Peirce says. Peirce has been putting pen to person for more than seven years. And, now, Peirce is offering a special deal. "Something to give back, in a way," Peirce says.

  • 3 weeks ago
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    Kenichi Yamamoto, Father of the Mazda Rotary, Has Died

    Kenichi Yamamoto, the father of Mazda's rotary engine who later became the boss of the company, has died at 95, reports Japanese Nostalgic Car. His story is one of the most fascinating in all of the automotive world. Yamamoto was born in Hiroshima in 1922, and according to Automotive News, graduated from Tokyo Imperial University in 1944. From there, he co-managed an airplane factory during the War, and returned home at the urging of a letter from his mother in September 1945, one month aft...

  • 3 weeks ago
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    Tesla becomes most popular automaker in Norway, where 32% of new cars are electric

    Tesla becomes the new market leader in Norway, the country which holds more than 10% of electric cars. More than 1,860 Tesla vehicles have been registered in Norway this December with a week left in the quarter. It is to be noted that Tesla sold just 690 vehicles in December 2016. Norway is by far the is the world leader in electric cars and there is no surprise in Tesla dominating the market, experts say.

  • 3 weeks ago
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    Drug dealer mistakes police car for taxi

    An alleged drug dealer in Copenhagen received an unwanted surprise for Christmas when he jumped into the back of a taxi with about 1,000 joints on him, only to find it was a police car. Danish police said the man was rushing home when he made the grave error. The mistake occurred in Christiania, a semi-autonomous district of the capital founded by hippies in the 1970s and known as a centre for the drug trade.

  • 3 weeks ago
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    US officials say lethal weapons headed to Ukraine

    Ukraine will soon have more lethal American-made weapons to help it fight Russian-backed separatists. U.S. officials said Friday that the Trump administration approved a plan to provide lethal weapons to Ukraine, in a long-awaited move that deepens America's involvement in the military conflict and may further strain relations with Russia.

  • 3 weeks ago
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    Philippines storm kills more than 100

    Tropical Storm Tembin brings flash floods and mudslides to the southern island of Mindanao.

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    Salamander genome gives clues about unique regenerative ability

    Researchers at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden have managed to sequence the giant genome of a salamander, the Iberian ribbed newt, which is a full six times greater than the human genome. Amongst the early findings is a family of genes that can provide clues to the unique ability of salamanders to rebuild complex tissue, even body parts. The study is published in Nature Communications.

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    Poland offers Theresa May backing over Brexit deal amid rift with EU

    Poland’s prime minister has signaled his country will back the UK on a bespoke Brexit deal, at a meeting with Theresa May in Warsaw in which he warned against “very dangerous” EU protectionism. Five senior cabinet ministers accompanied May on her visit to Warsaw, proof of the growing strategic importance of the relationship but which risked being overshadowed by the deepening rift between Mateusz Morawiecki’s administration and the EU over his government’s crackdown on judicial independence.