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Republicans find running on their tax cuts for the rich to be a challenge

Republicans have precisely one legislative accomplishment to run on in 2018: their tax cut scam. Normally, that would work. Normally, their tea party base would be so thrilled over it that they'd skate through November. But nothing is normal anymore, and too

Lawyers say they have others hurt in Copperfield illusion

LAS VEGAS (AP) - Lawyers for a British tourist who says he was badly hurt taking part in an illusion by Las Vegas Strip headliner David Copperfield in 2013 say they've found three other people who were injured in shows over the years. Attorney Adam Deutsch to

Are Preterm Babies Trying to Escape Mom's 'Hostile' Womb?

Sometimes, premature birth may happen because the baby's immune system essentially «rejects» the mother, like a person's body rejects a transplanted organ.

Netflix picks up ‘Follow This’, a weekly series about BuzzFeed reporters

Netflix and BuzzFeed News are teaming up for a 20-episode documentary series called Follow This. According to Variety, the show will be less focused on breaking news and more on taking us behind the scenes to show how BuzzFeed News reporters put together spec

For the first time, parents will be able to limit YouTube Kids to human-reviewed channels and recommendations

To address parents’ concerns over inappropriate content on YouTube being seen by children, Google today is announcing an expanded series of parental controls for its YouTube Kids application. The new features will allow parents to lock down the YouTube

Alexa integration comes to Meural Canvas letting you use your voice to navigate the art world

Alexa can do just about everything if you ask it the right question in the right way. Today, it’s gaining a new skill, letting you move through artwork on the Mueral Canvas digital artwork frame. The company’s $595 device lets you browse artwork

Dolo delivers on the Foursquare prophecy of hyper-local tips

Dolo is the kindness of strangers as an app. Where’s the prettiest place in the park? What’s the best thing on the menu? How do I skip the line? Dolo lets you leave helpful suggestions for anyone nearby. The new social app launches out of beta tod

Facebook puts ex-FCC Chair in charge of public policy - CNET

Former Republican FCC chairman Kevin Martin will take the lead on US lobbying efforts for Facebook in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, while chief privacy officer Erin Egan focuses on rebuilding trust in the company.

Artificial intelligence to aid emergency dispatchers in Europe - CNET

An AI system called Corti listens in on distress calls for signs of a heart attack and feeds info to human dispatchers. It's headed for wider testing later this year.

Enter for chance to win* a Hudly head-up display for your vehicle! - Roadshow

Two lucky winners will be able to project their navigation, infotainment and more, all within their line of sight with Hudly Wireless. This promotion ends May 9, 2018.

Colin Cowherd on latest reports of Browns draft plan: ‘They are going to butcher this.’

Colin Cowherd reacts to reports that the Cleveland Browns are between quarterbacks Josh Allen and Baker Mayfield for the first overall draft selection. Which quarterback in the draft would be the best fit in Cleveland?

How to watch Saturday’s Sporting KC-New England match on TV and streaming

Sporting Kansas City’s match at the New England Revolution on April 28 will be televised on FOX Sports Kansas City Plus and FOX Sports Midwest Plus.

Three things to watch for as Predators, Jets clash in second round

Nashville and Winnipeg met five times this season with the Predators winning the season series 3-1-1

Twins' Morrison to Yankee Stadium hecklers: 'You can't fix stupid'

The Twins' Logan Morrison is still struggling, but after calling out his hecklers at Yankee Stadium he probably has some new fans back home

McKennie, Adams, Miazga in top tier of US Soccer player pool

CHESTER, Pa. (AP) Midfielders Weston McKennie and Tyler Adams have played their way onto the top tier of the U.S. player pool along with defender Matt Miazga, according to interim coach Dave Sarachan, who says the trio would receive strong consideration for

Baby's Immune System May Reject the Mom in Preterm Birth

Sometimes, premature birth may happen because the baby's immune system essentially «rejects» the mother, like a person's body rejects a transplanted organ.

Trump trade secretary spent almost $1 million on office furniture—but blames Obama

Are you sick of hearing about Trump appointees spending curiously large amounts of taxpayer money on things like private jet flights, barely disguised vacations, or new office furniture? Yeah, too bad—because it turns out Trump's U.S. Trade Representative,

The guests at Trump's first state dinner: Billionaires, more billionaires and billionaires

So, Donald J. Trump's first official state dinner was a thing that happened. The good news is that as far as we can tell nobody from the Trump family threw a pie. The less good news, of course, is that it was less a celebration of the good relations between t

Midday open thread: Chikesia Clemons needs justice. Also, incels and a fake student loan expert.

● Today’s comic by Matt Bors is Two suspicious guys at the latest mass shooting: ● Who will stand up for Chikesia Clemons? Chikesia may be alive, but she has yet to see justice. The public outcry after last week’s Starbucks incident wa

The iPhone X Plus could copy the Galaxy Note with an 'iPen' - CNET

Analysts claim that the premium 2018 iPhone will support Apple Pencil.

Elon Musk building a cyborg dragon, because why not? - CNET

When you're Elon, there's no reason stop with electric cars, rockets, flamethrowers and tube transportation.

Lynk & Co 01 SUV will debut in Europe in 2020 as a PHEV - Roadshow

Chinese auto startup Lynk & Co lays out its plan for penetrating the European market and it hinges on the 01 PHEV.

Soft and silent eel-like robot can sneak around underwater - CNET

A transparent eel-like robot that swims with artificial muscles could one day lurk in the ocean to study the underwater world.

Bosch says it can fix diesel if you'll just give it one more chance, baby - Roadshow

The German technology supplier believes it has nailed the problem of diesel emissions using artificial intelligence.

Report: Hue Jackson is 'in the loop' with Browns’ draft plans

Contrary to some reports, Cleveland Browns coach Hue Jackson is looped into the team’s draft plans this season.According to NFL.com’s Michael Silver, Jackson was kept out of the loop last year under then-general manager Sashi Brown, but his replacement, J

Sebi could make 'pre-trade' allocation mandatory in Indian markets

Pooled investors such as MFs or FPIs will have to state schemes under which they are acquiring shares

Legion Dives Into Someone Else’s Mind for a Change

Legion has done a fantastic job of putting us inside the head (sometimes literally) of David Haller. It’s used experimental filming techniques to give us some idea of what it’s like to perceive the […] The post Legion Dives Into Someone Els

Microsoft’s Azure Container Instances are now generally available

If you wanted to play modern software development buzzword bingo, talking about Azure Container Instances (ACI) would surely help you tick a few boxes. The service, which made its debut last July and which is now generally available, gives developers a server

Assembly of massive galaxy cluster witnessed for the first time

For the first time, astronomers have witnessed the birth of a colossal cluster of galaxies. Their observations reveal at least 14 galaxies packed into an area only four times the diameter of the Milky Way's galactic disk. Computer simulations of the galaxies

Einstein's 'spooky action' goes massive

The elusive quantum mechanical phenomenon of entanglement has now been made a reality in objects almost macroscopic in size. Results show how two vibrating drumheads, the width of a human hair, can display the spooky action that famously troubled Albert Einst

3-D print electronics and cells printed directly on skin

In a groundbreaking new study, researchers used a customized, low-cost 3-D printer to print electronics on a real hand for the first time. The technology could be used by soldiers on the battlefield to print temporary sensors on their bodies to detect chemica

NASA’s Finding Holes in the Arctic Sea Ice, and It’s a Big Problem

When NASA isn’t doing totally awesome things like launching new telescopes, exploring mars, or developing the Space Launch System, the organization does quite a bit to monitor the atmospheric and weather conditions on […] The post NASA’s Finding Hol

MovieBob Reviews – AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR

Is Avengers: Infinity War good? Yes! Oh, thank goodness! Yeah, because there was a chance in hell anyone wasn’t going to go see this regardless of what any critic had to say on […] The post MovieBob Reviews – AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR appeared

Buy This Comic: The Pervert OGN

“A surprisingly honest and touching account of a trans girl surviving through sex work in Seattle. With excerpts published in the Eisner-nominated anthology ISLAND, the full-color volume, drawn and painted by REMY BOYDELL, […] The post Buy This Comic

Scientists Use Graphene to Compress Light Smaller than Should Be Possible

Graphene is rapidly becoming known as one of the weirdest and most incredible substances we have. Now, physicists have announced that with it, they’ve been able to squeeze light into the space of […] The post Scientists Use Graphene to Compress Light

Fortis calls Manipal-TPG#39;s one-time waiver as #39;onerous#39; to a competitive bid process

In a letter written to Fortis Board - Manipal-TPG offered a «one-time waiver» to provide due diligence access to the approved bidders subject to conditions.

Does Marijuana Make You Forget to Remember?

Stoners may not be as forgetful and absent-minded as the stereotype suggests.

Stunning Cosmic Map Shows the Location of 1.7 Billion Stars

The stunning new map from the Gaia mission shows 1.7 billion stars in the Milky Way.

Google follows Apple in removing the gun emoji - CNET

Through an Android update, Google becomes the latest company to swap out its gun emoji for a toy version.

Gal Gadot: I didn't cheat on Huawei Mate 10 Pro with iPhone - CNET

The Wonder Woman actor says an earlier tweet was all one big mistake.
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