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    How Much Do We Need The Police?

    For many Americans, it goes without saying that the police help maintain public safety. But many others — especially black Americans — see the police as more of a threat than a protective force.

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    After Dragon’s historic docking, America has more new spaceships on the way

    SpaceX's Dragon spacecraft made history for the second time on Sunday. On May 25, 2012, a Cargo Dragon was grabbed by the ISS. It became the first private spacecraft to visit the International Space Station. On Sunday, when Dragonship Endeavour docked with the station 15 minutes ahead of schedule, above the border of China and Mongolia, it became the first private spacecraft to fly crew there (or anywhere in orbit, for that matter).

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    Oldest 'nearly complete' HIV genome found in forgotten tissue sample from 1966

    The oldest known nearly complete gene sequence from the HIV strain that spread across the world has been found in a tissue sample from the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), a new study finds. The tissue sample was taken and preserved in 1966, making this HIV sequence 10 years older than the previous oldest genome, which came from a blood sample taken in 1976 in the DRC. Gene sequences like these – which come from before the virus that causes AIDS was discovered in 1983 – help pinpoint ...

  • 7 days ago
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    A $350 “anti-5G” device is just a 128MB USB stick, teardown finds

    5GBioShield uses "quantum nano-layer technology" to restructure reality itself.

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    New Trump public land rules will let Alaska hunters kill bear cubs in dens

    The Trump administration is finalizing rules that will allow hunters in Alaska’s national preserves to shoot bears and wolves, and their cubs and pups, while they are in their dens. The National Park Service is reversing regulations written by the Barack Obama administration, which banned some of the much-criticized practices for hunting the predators, including luring bears with food like doughnuts.

  • 11 days ago
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    The oldest disk galaxy yet found formed more than 12 billion years ago

    The oldest disk-shaped galaxy ever spotted formed just 1.5 billion years after the Big Bang, a new study finds. That’s much earlier than astronomers thought that this type of galaxy could form. Previous observations show that disk-shaped galaxies — including sprawling, spiral systems like the Milky Way — didn’t show up in large numbers until between 3 billion and 4 billion years after the Big Bang, which occurred about 13.8 billion years ago.

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    EU plans to protect 30% of land and seas by 2030 for biodiversity

    At least 30% of EU land and seas will be protected by 2030 to halt the decline of plant and animal species and restore carbon sinks to address climate change, under European Commission plans. The proposed biodiversity strategy, initially due to be released late March and delayed by the coronavirus pandemic, was published on Wednesday.

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    Just turning your phone on qualifies as searching it, court rules

    Smartphones are a rich data trove not only for marketers but also for law enforcement. Police and federal investigators love to get their hands on all that juicy personal information during an investigation. But thanks to the Fourth Amendment of the US Constitution and all the case law built upon it, police generally need a warrant to search your phone—and that includes just looking at the lock screen, a judge has ruled (PDF).

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    Volvo limits top speed to 112 mph across its range

    Volvo is keeping one of its more controversial promises by installing an electronic speed limiter in all of its cars regardless of drivetrain type, horsepower, body style, or target market. It also announced a feature named Care Key that lets owners set additional speed-related restrictions when letting another motorist drive their car.

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    ‘Way Too Late’: Inside Amazon’s Biggest Outbreak

    A warehouse in the foothills of the Poconos has had more known Covid-19 cases than any of Amazon’s others after missing early opportunities to protect workers.

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    Washington Post's depictions of autism shift from "cause and cure" to acceptance, study finds

    The Washington Post's depiction of autism has shifted over the years from a focus on "cause and cure" toward one of acceptance and accommodation, say the authors of a study that examined 315 articles published from 2007 to 2017.

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    Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to co-chair Biden campaign climate task force

    Democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez will co-chair a task force for Joe Biden's campaign on climate change, a source with direct knowledge of the planning tells CNN, a move that adds progressive credentials to the former vice president's effort to unify the party ahead of the general election.

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    India to plan tax holiday to win new investments

    India’s trade ministry is proposing a tax holiday for companies bringing new investments as the government explores measures to support the economy amid the coronavirus pandemic, according to people familiar with the matter. The proposal to give a 10-year full tax exemption to companies making new investment upwards of $500 million is being evaluated by the finance ministry, said the people, who asked not to be identified citing rules.

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    SwiftKey is now Microsoft SwiftKey Keyboard, adds support for Emoji 12.0

    Microsoft acquired SwiftKey about four years ago, and apart from some addition like optional Microsoft accounts, Bing, and the company's translate feature, not too much changed about the popular third-party keyboard. Earlier this year, though, Microsoft's name got more prominent in the app's settings, and now, the Redmond giant has decided it's about time to make it even more obvious whose keyboard you're using. The latest beta version of SwiftKey is now called "Mic...

  • 3 weeks ago
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    Updating our Approach to Misleading Information

    Introducing new labels and warning messages that will provide additional context and information on some Tweets containing disputed or misleading information related to COVID-19

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    Global report: virus has unleashed a 'tsunami of hate' across world, says UN chief

    United Nations chief António Guterres has said the coronavirus pandemic has unleashed a “tsunami of hate and xenophobia, scapegoating and scare-mongering”, and appealed for an all-out effort “to end hate speech globally.” The UN secretary-general said anti-foreigner sentiment has surged online and on the streets, and highlighted the spread of antisemitic conspiracy theories and Covid-19-related anti-Muslim attacks.