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Berlinale 2018: “U – July 22” is a mass shooting movie that’s as horrifying as it has to be

In exploring the visceral register, director Erik Poppe has fashioned a new genre, “true horror,” or docu-horror

Preview: FSU hosts Northern Illinois as both teams look to reboot offenses

Willie Taggart is optimistic the Seminoles' offense will come around; Northern Illinois comes to Tallahassee looking to make strides on offense as well.

Preview: Gators, Vols both need win in pivotal SEC matchup

The (2-1, 0-1 SEC) Florida Gators and (2-1) Tennessee Volunteers meet up in prime-time for a pivotal SEC showdown full of rivalry and drama.

The first Android phone was an ugly thing, and I loved it - CNET

Looking back on my contrarian T-Mobile G1, the anti-iPhone, a decade later.

Here's what was missing from Amazon's crazy event this week - CNET

Not a lot -- but it was telling.

The Latest: China beats Latvia in Women’s World Cup opener

Liz Cambage had 34 points, 12 rebounds and four blocks to help Australia beat Nigeria 86-68 on Saturday

Alex Ferguson 'emotional' as he returns to Old Trafford

Alex Ferguson 'emotional' as he returns to Old Trafford

Exclusive | Fully prepared for rollout with 31 states, 9,000 private hospitals on board: Ayushman Bharat CEO

«We are fully prepared, it#39;s a big scheme, there is no start or end point, it#39;s a continuum,» said Indu Bhushan, CEO of Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana and NHA

Financial prescription: 5 tips to keep in mind while buying a health insurance plan

Putting aside a nominal sum of money to safeguard against unforeseen maladies could prove to be, both, a lifeline, as well as a good investment.

Red Bull Ring DTM: Rast takes shock win after Juncadella penalty

Juncadella was set to win after a race-long battle with Mike Rockenfeller, but Timo Glock's stationary car on track brought out the safety car just a few laps away from finish. On the restart, Juncadella kept the lead from Rockenfeller, but received a drive-t

Voting Rights Roundup: Tuesday is National Voter Registration Day. Here's how to register

Leading Off ● Voter Registration: Election Day is swiftly approaching, and Tuesday is National Voter Registration Day. Consequently, it's a great time to double-check your voter registration online to make sure you're on the rolls, as well as a timely oppo

Should All Nobel Prizes Be Canceled for a Year?

This year's Nobel Prize for literature was nixed because of a sex scandal. Other Nobels have neglected key contributors. Should all prizes be cancelled while criteria for winning is reassessed?

It's tapped: Beer flows as Oktoberfest opens in Munich

MUNICH (AP) - The first keg has been tapped and the beer is flowing as the 185th Oktoberfest gets underway in Munich. Mayor Dieter Reiter inserted the tap in the first keg on Saturday with two blows of a hammer and the cry of «O'zapft is» - «

Abbreviated Pundit Round-up: If there is Chaos, the day must end with a y

So the Rod Rosenstein hearsay (or is it heresy?) suggests Trump is unfit for office and the 25th amendment was considered. And team Brett Kavanaugh behavior suggests he is unfit for SCOTUS But hard to imagine the Rosenstein story drops if Kavanaugh is sai

Rupee's macro fatigue fight continues; investors not moved by govt measures

Rupee continues to battle macro fatigue; hits new life low Forex: The Indian rupee remained under intense selling pressure and witnessed a free fall for the fourth straight week, plunging to hit a fresh life-time low against the US dollar before managi

iPhone XS vs. sidewalk: Did it survive our drop test? - CNET

We dropped a brand-new gold iPhone XS onto the sidewalk four times to find out how durable the glass is on both sides.

Why the Autumnal Equinox Doesn't Fall on the Same Day Every Year

Autumn is right around the corner for everyone in the Northern Hemisphere, while those in the Southern Hemisphere are gearing up for warmer spring weather. But the 2018 autumnal equinox of Sept. 22 is later than usual. Why?

Why Do Book Pages Turn Yellow Over Time?

If you look at old newspaper clippings, aging paper documents and books that are past their prime, you'll notice that they likely have a yellow tinge. But why do old paper products turn this golden hue?

Monger takes British F3 pole on Donington return

Monger was near the top of the timesheets throughout the 20 minute qualifying session and grabbed pole for race one with just over a minute remaining by 0.173 seconds from Carlin teammate Nicolai Kjaergaard. Monger is racing at Donington Park for the first ti

Red Bull Ring F3: Schumacher wins to take points lead

From pole position, Schumacher had to defend from faster-starting Prema Powerteam stablemate Robert Shwartzman into Turn 1, and the Russian Ferrari protege put Schumacher under immense pressure over the opening lap. On the second lap, Schumacher got his eye i

Dassault Aviation says it decided to partner with Reliance Defence

The company also said its partnership with Reliance has led to the creation of the Dassault Reliance Aerospace Ltd (DRAL) joint-venture

This week in Auto: Govt eases vehicle import norms, Tata Motors m-cap below two-wheeler companies

Here is the list of all the major developments in the automotive space this week

Bertens, Tomljanovic in Seoul final

Ajla Tomljanovic has ended Hsieh Su-wei's eight-match winning streak with a 6-4, 5-7, 6-4 win over the Taiwanese player on Saturday at the Korea Open

Singapore dramas disguised Force India's bold new update

The reinvigorated and more financially stable team has come out the other side of what seemed like a very precarious situation – and one that directly affected its performance on track. The financial woes that Force India faced going into the 2018 season ha

Sterlite plant would not be re-opened: TN govt

The state government had last Tuesday urged the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) to postpone today#39;s visit of the expert committee to the closed Sterlite Industries

Biocon#39;s Bengaluru drug substance facility clears USFDA audit with zero observations

The current good manufacturing practices (cGMP) inspection took place from September 17 to 21

Women's World Cup gets underway in Spain

The FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup gets underway on Saturday with eight games

Espargaro out of Aragon GP with another collarbone fracture

Espargaro was taken to the medical centre after his fall at the Turn 14/15 left-hander midway through third practice for only his second race back after a three-race injury layoff. It was discovered he had once again broken the left collarbone he had initiall

Red Bull Ring DTM: Juncadella tops red-flagged wet qualifying

Qualifying started with heavy rain falling on track and the red flags were shown after just five minutes due to poor conditions, as Audi's Nico Muller led the way on a 1m43.892s. Following a 10-minute break, the session was restarted and first place was consi

Does the U.S. have the ingredients to win a trade war?

In winning the trade battle with China, Trump may lose the war against inflation

Yamaha Music to commence production from TN factory

The Japanese company has invested Singapore dollar 380 million for the first phase of the factory that is coming up at One Hub Chennai industrial zone in Tamil Nadu

Renault move controversy «way overblown» - Budkowski

Budkowski’s signing last October caused an uproar among Renault’s rivals, who were concerned that the former FIA F1 technical chief would be able to take secrets with him to his new employers. But following a six-month period of gardening leave before he

Aragon MotoGP: Crutchlow tops FP3, Rossi crashes

Crutchlow set the quickest time in the dying moments of the 45-minute session, the LCR Honda rider recovering from an earlier crash at Turn 2, but his 1m47.393s effort came up 0.011s shy of Marc Marquez's benchmark from FP2. Barring an early improvement from

Bajaj Finserv-RBL SuperCard allows changing cash limit to personal loan

Customers can also choose to pay for this short loan in 3 easy EMIs without putting any pressure on their personal finances

Trump-era politics are affecting worker morale — and what managers can do about it

Midterm elections are expected to stress a lot of Americans out in every part of their lives, work included

Milan Fashion Week Spring 2019 Highlights

Milan Fashion Week (Milano Moda Donna) Spring 2019, which opened on September 19 is currently the focus of all fashion-based conversations.  On view through September 25, the fashion week is driven by oodles of glamour, and lots of oomph.Kendall Jenner w

Asia Pop Diva Jolin Tsai Flaunts her Bulgari Bag during Milan Fashion Week

Asia pop diva Jolin Tsai was recently spotted toting a flap cover bag —Serpenti Forever by Bulgari while flying for Milan Fashion Week.“Encircled with legend, the seductive serpent is wound tight with the history of humanity. Dating back to ancient Greek

PM Modi lays foundation stone for Rs 13k crore Talcher fertiliser project

The project is being executed by a consortium of PSUs, which Modi said, is a shining example of how the country#39;s #39;crown jewels#39; can work together

World Cup Diary: A'ja Wilson talks USA Basketball

Las Vegas Aces star A'ja Wilson is checking in periodically from the FIBA Women's Basketball World Cup

Auction Preview: Fine Art & Antique Auction at Empire Auction House, Inc., Boston, Sep 24

What: Fine Art & Antique AuctionWhere: Empire Auction House, Inc., 166 Lincoln St, Boston, MA 02111, USAWhen: September 24Top lots of the sale:- 14 - 16th Century, A Guanyin Design Gilt Bronze Figure, with floral mark on the bottom. Dimension height 50cm

Auction Preview: Certified Jewelry at Westbury Auction Galleries, La Cresenta, Sep 24

What: Certified JewelryWhere: Westbury Auction Galleries, 631 S Olive St, Los Angeles, CA 90014, USAWhen: September 24Top lots of the sale:- An 18K Gold 26.43ct Emerald & 2.96ctw Diamond Ring. Specification: Gold Content: Solid 18K White Gold, Weight of I
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