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    US Congress passes bill to help advanced nuclear power

    In Illinois, a nuclear power subsidy program gets a favorable ruling from US court.

  • 3 days ago
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    US 'serial killer' border agent arrested

    A US Border Patrol agent has been arrested in the state of Texas on suspicion of killing four prostitutes, reports say. Officers were looking for Juan David Ortiz after a fifth woman escaped from him and contacted police, AP reported. Mr Ortiz fled but was arrested in a hotel parking lot in the city of Laredo. Webb County Sheriff Martin Cuellar said police believed Mr Ortiz had acted alone.

  • 6 days ago
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    Not every game needs to sell 500k

    Since Devolver Digital began in 2009, the publisher hasn't been shy about taking risks on indies. By extension, neither has co-founder Nigel Lowrie. Though Devolver started out essentially as the new publisher for Serious Sam after 2K began to focus on other titles, it didn't stay that way for long. After publishing successful HD versions of Croteam's over-the-top shooter series, it tested the waters of indie publishing further by pairing the successful Serious Sam IP with other d...

  • 11 days ago
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    Netflix Originals Were Plagued by Worsening Reviews When Netflix Pulled the Plug on User Review Program

    The long-running patent infringement dispute between Apple and Qualcomm is at the stage of pre-trial motions – where both sides try to get rulings on what will and won’t be allowed in evidence during the trial. The judge in the case has granted some of Apple’s motions, and effectively told Qualcomm that it will have to accept the consequences of its poor legal strategy...

  • 13 days ago
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    Furious Trump trapped by hundreds of Woodward tapes

    President Trump is livid at the betrayal and stunning allegations in Bob Woodward’s forthcoming "Fear," but limited in his ability to fight back because most of the interviews were caught on hundreds of hours of tape, officials tell Axios.

  • 3 weeks ago
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    As porn site pounds hard on piracy laws, Cox pulls out prematurely

    The US Supreme Court has been asked to take a good hard look at a critical piece of internet law that shields ISPs and websites from legal action when their users pirate copyrighted stuff. Porn studio Ventura Content has asked the court to review the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) for the first time since it was introduced 20 years ago, arguing that the legislation is outdated and needs reform.

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    Global study shows environmentally friendly farming can increase productivity

    A major new study involving researchers from the University of York has measured a global shift towards more sustainable agricultural systems that provide environmental improvements at the same time as increases in food production. The study shows that the sustainable intensification of agriculture, a term that was once considered paradoxical, delivers considerable benefits to both farmers and the environment. The study, published in the leading journal Nature Sustainability, involved researcher...

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    Bill Cosby must register as sex offender if he returns to Massachusetts estate

    Disgraced comic icon Bill Cosby will have to register as a sex offender in Massachusetts if he returns to his sprawling Shelburne Falls estate — and state and local authorities say they will be watching for him, the Herald has learned. Pennsylvania’s Sexual Offenders Assessment Board recommended to a judge yesterday that Cosby be declared a “sexually violent predator.”

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    Fossil fuel industry spent nearly $2 billion to kill U.S. climate action, new study finds

    Legislation to address climate change has repeatedly died in Congress. But a major new study says the policy deaths were not from natural causes — they were caused by humans, just like climate change itself is. Climate action has been repeatedly drowned by a devastating surge and flood of money from the fossil fuel industry — nearly $2 billion in lobbying since 2000 alone.

  • 2 months ago
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    'Batwoman' TV Series in the Works at The CW

    Greg Berlanti and Caroline Dries are developing the drama ahead of the character's debut in the network's DC crossover event in December. The CW is looking to expand its DC Comics world. The network is teaming with DC's small-screen universe mastermind Greg Berlanti to develop Batwoman as a TV series. The character of Batwoman will officially be introduced in December as part of The CW's annual DC series crossover event.

  • 2 months ago
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    Removing aged cells from mice can restore youth, boosting human studies

    If creaky old humans were more like dilapidated old kitchens, rejuvenation would be as simple as replacing cracked and faded Formica with gleaming new granite. But perhaps, a booming new scientific field hypothesizes, biological renovation might be more possible than one might expect.

  • 2 months ago
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    Check your Switch! Nintendo fans are reporting cracked consoles

    The Nintendo Switch has already caused issues for some users, with the system warping or scratching, but players are now reportedly finding small cracks in the top of the console's case. It's unclear what causes the cracks, but they almost always appear in a similar spot on the system.

  • 2 months ago
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    Theresa May blames local councils for collapse of bus services despite huge government budget cuts

    Theresa May sparked a huge row when she blamed local councils for the collapse of bus services – despite her own government slashing their budgets in half. The prime minister also claimed that routes were disappearing because “working habits are changing”, again rejecting any responsibility for the crisis. The controversy was raised in the Commons after the Campaign for Better Transport pleaded with ministers to step in – after 188 services were cut in the last year alone.

  • 2 months ago
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    This invasive tick is cloning itself. Rutgers DNA researchers are racing to contain it.

    It's been months since an invasive, exotic species of tick was first spotted in the United States when it was found infesting sheep on a Hunterdon County farm. The new pest, named H. longicornis or the longhorned tick, captured headlines because of its tendency to infest livestock in the thousands and its ability to reproduce by essentially cloning itself. But much about the tick remains unknown.

  • 2 months ago
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    Apple Maps to Be Rebuilt 'From the Ground Up' With Street-Level and Satellite Data Over the Next Year

    Apple today announced that it will be rebuilding its Maps app "from the ground up" with street-level data collected from its fleet of Apple Maps vehicles, high resolution satellite imagery, and anonymized, random segments of navigation sessions from iPhone users, which Apple refers to as "probe data."