The Trump trade wars continue to expand, with India joining a host of other nations in imposing tariffs on the United States in retaliation for Donald Trump imposing tariffs on them. India is affected by Trump’s steel and aluminum tariffs, and has announced its own tariffs of $241 million—matching the U.S. tariffs—to retaliate. Almonds, walnuts and apples grown in the U.S. would be targeted under India’s plan, and an existing tariff on large American motorcycles (translation: Harley-Davidsons, except Harley has a factory in India anyway) would be increased. Shrimp and chocolate are also on the list. India joins Canada, Mexico, the European Union and China in retaliating against the tariffs Trump is using to posture about his own toughness.
Jose Nunez stands accused of “super aggravated sexual assault” of a 4-year-old immigrant – and blackmailing her mom
The canine clinical trial will vaccinate 800 healthy pets
Research has shown we can only predict who is going to die by suicide slightly more accurately than random guessing
Spyce, a Boston restaurant built around a robotic kitchen, might reshape the future of restaurant work
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In addition, he will have to move swiftly to control any damage that may have been caused to the bank's image and investor confidence due to the loan controversy
Vote sets the stage for a fight with the White House.
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With augmented reality coming in hot and depth tracking cameras due to arrive on flagship phones, the time is right to improve how computers track the motions of people they see — even if that means virtually stripping them of their clothes. A new computer vision system that does just that may sound a little creepy, but it definitely has its uses.
Honestly, “gaming disorder” sounds like a phrase tossed around by irritated parents and significant others. After much back and forth, however, the term was just granted validity, as the World Health Organization opted to include it in the latest edition of its Internal Classification of Diseases. The volume, out this week, diagnoses the newly minted […]
The IPO window continues to remain open as SurveyMonkey, which last raised money in 2014 at a $2 billion valuation, announced today that it has confidentially filed to go public. SurveyMonkey can file confidentially with the SEC through the JOBS act signed in 2012, which allows those companies to test the waters before they formally […]
Scientists analyzed mitochondrial DNA to prove that a fossil belonged to an unknown, ancient cousin of modern pandas.
Archaeologists discovered a 1,000-year-old clay amulet about the size of a dime at one of the oldest historical sites in Jerusalem. The tiny amulet belonged to a man named Kareem and is inscribed with a personal prayer.
Researchers have pioneered a new way to synthesize DNA sequences through a creative use of enzymes that promises to be faster, cheaper, and more accurate. DNA synthesis is a fundamental tool in the rapidly growing field of synthetic biology, in which organisms can be engineered to do things like decompose plastic and manufacture biofuels and medicines. This discovery could dramatically accelerate the pace of scientific discovery.
BALTIMORE (AP) - Many Maryland crab houses expect to stay idle this summer after U.S. immigration officials approved additional migrant worker visas this month for only one picking house. The Baltimore Sun reports the H-2B visas for seasonal workers were awarded by lottery for the first time this year due ...
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - Utah's two-year streak of record visitation to the state's ski resorts was snapped this past winter when visits dropped by 10 percent. Ski Utah said Monday in a news release that the state logged 4.1 million skier days this past winter. That's down from nearly ...
SAN ANTONIO (AP) - Spain's King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia have visited a museum exhibit featuring Spanish masterpieces as they wrap up their visit to San Antonio. The royal couple came to San Antonio to celebrate the Texas city's tricentennial and its roots as a Spanish colonial village. On ...
Perennial technology juggernaut Microsoft has been in the news a lot these days. In the startup scene, they made waves by purchasing vital hosting service of coders everywhere GitHub. And not too long […] The post Dear Microsoft, Don’t Help ICE appeared first on Geek.com.
Stuart McReath’s high contrast illustrations employ stark shadows that lend an almost three-dimensional quality to his imagined scenes. McReath also uses dramatic juxtapositions of scale and visual metaphors like a doctor determining the “wellness” of a school with a stethoscope. Many of the works shown here were created as editorial images for articles regarding societal issues like gun laws, school testing, and the death penalty. McReath is based in Hampshire, United Kingdom and has been awarded “Best of British Illustration” by the Association of Illustrators. More
The Los Angeles Clippers have a couple of intriguing draft picks coming up on Thursday, but they’re not enough to pry away the No. 2 overall pick from the Sacramento Kings.The Los Angeles Times’ Brad Turner reported on Monday that the Kings are not interested in trading the No. 2 pick for the Clippers’ Nos. 12 and 13 picks. The Phoenix Suns have the No. 1 overall pick and many expect them to take Arizona’s Deandre Ayton. That would leave the Kings with their choice of a number of talented prospects. Many think they will opt for Luka Doncic, but guys like Marvin Bagley III and Michael Porter Jr. should also be in the mix. Those players have All-Star and cornerstone potential, which is something the Kings desperately need and likely explains why they wouldn’t want to move down 10 spots.Here’s our list of 10 prospects who will make an immediate impact.
TORONTO -- Canadian right-hander Mike Soroka says his start Tuesday for the Atlanta Braves at the Rogers Centre will be like making a second debut.
The Las Vegas Aces do not have many victories to show for it, but coach Bill Laimbeer insists his team is making «great progress.»
WASHINGTON (AP) Right-hander Kelvin Herrera has been acquired by the Washington Nationals from the Kansas City Royals for three minor leaguers.
World Champion and two-time All-Star, Kelvin Herrera is headed to the Washington Nationals.