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Lava from Kilauea volcano enters ocean, creates toxic cloud

PAHOA, Hawaii (AP) - White plumes of acid and extremely fine shards of glass billowed into the sky over Hawaii as molten rock from Kilauea volcano poured into the ocean, creating yet another hazard from an eruption that began more than two weeks ago. Authorit

Business owners, visitors rejoice as Yosemite reopens

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Yosemite National Park's reopening can't come soon enough for Douglas Shaw. The 20-day closure during peak tourist season at one of the busiest parks in the U.S. cost Shaw $200,000 in lost revenue at his 120-person hotel just outside Yosemi

WeWork China rival Ucommune raises $43.5M more at a $1.8B valuation

Barely weeks after WeWork China raised $500 million, one of its main rivals is refueling its tanks too. Ucommune — the company formerly known as UrWork until a WeWork lawsuit forced a rebrand — announced its $43.5 million Series C round. Beijing-

Tim Draper has a song about Bitcoin for you

Down in the dumps while the cryptos are getting rekt? Quirky billionaire and long-time Bitcoin bull Tim Draper is here for you with what is apparently called a rap song. The song you have all been waiting for by Kelley James and me #bitcoin #bitcoinhustle.

Terrell Owens catches crazy 60-yard Hail Mary from ex-NFL star | TMZ SPORTS


See striking and bizarre images of cancer cells - CNET

Scientists from Australia find stunning art in the course of their medical research.

The son of a top House Republican gave the maximum donation to the Democratic candidate in the race

The son of Rep. Bob Goodlatte of Virginia is hoping to help paint Virginia blue in November and flip his district

EXCLUSIVE: Democratic Socialists of America-backed candidate Julia Salazar challenges Silicon Valley

This state Senate candidate articulates an agenda that could help us catch up with technological changes in society

Why scientists are taking a more active role in politics and policy

Cognitive neuroscientist thinks scientists need to take visible stances on issues like forced family separation

GOP House candidate called out by college for lying about degree

Republican Florida candidate Melissa Howard

Ex-Trump official blames Bill Clinton for Trump’s Omarosa troubles

Omarosa was first hired under the Clinton administration and therefore lies the problem, so Marc Short believes

A new all-time low: Rupee at 70 a dollar now, but let us be reasonable

The present problem is ostensibly caused by the Turkey-US diplomatic imbroglio. Such issues can snowball into something more serious; so it will be difficult to guess when the issue will get resolved

Campana Brothers Launch Cork Furniture Series

The Brazilian designer duo Fernando and Humberto Campana, popularly known as the Campana Brothers, have designed a series of furniture using Portuguese cork. The Sobreiro collection, designed for Experimenta Portugal 2018, features three cabinets and one armc

‘Akari: Sculpture by Other Means’ at The Noguchi Museum, New York

The Noguchi Museum, New York City, presents Isamu Noguchi’s iconic Akari light sculptures, on view through January 27, 2019.Japanese American artist and landscape architect Isamu Noguchi remained deeply engaged with his lightweight, collapsible paper lanter

Rupee plunge continues, crashes to all-time low of 70.08 against US dollar

Rupee has been among the hardest hit in Asia from the recent Turkey-led sell-off in emerging assets

Navneet Education gains 8% as board mulls share buyback proposal

Thus far in the calendar year 2018, the market price of Navneet Education had underperformed the market by falling 28% as compared to 11% rise in the S&P BSE Sensex till Monday.

Avengers: Infinity War now on Blu-ray: Every way to watch - CNET

Big, bad Thanos is snapping his way to your living room.

Watch this delightful aerial robot dance with its dangly legs - CNET

This quadcopter-powered aerial-biped robot looks like a fun dance partner.

Chinese engineer found to have stolen secrets from San Jose tech firm Lumileds - CNET

He will have to pay $66 million in damages to his former employer.

The Art of Science draws beauty from medical research - CNET

The exhibition features artwork created from scans of cancer cells and protein.

“Alphabet” at London Design Festival 2018

Kellenberger-White with LDF headline partner, British Land has created 26 bespoke colorful alphabet steel chairs popping up at Finsbury Avenue Square.The stools have been painted in various colors using International Marine Paints, an industrial brand used t

“Building Stories” at Centro Cultural de Bélem

Centro Cultural de Belem in Lisbon presents “Building Stories” highlighting the hidden facts of building sites, with three installations by Maio, de vylder vinck taillieu, and Ricardo Bak Gordon.“Building Stories” focuses on what, in architecture, is

Bata India, Graphite India, Page Industries, United Breweries hit new high

Infosys, JSW Steel, Infibeam Corporation, GMM Pfaudler, International Paper APPM, Lumax Auto Technologies and TCI Express from the S&P BSE 500 and S&P BSE Smallcap index touched their all-time highs.

New Tennessee State Museum to open on Oct. 4

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - The new Tennessee State Museum is slated to open to the public on Oct. 4. A news release from the museum said grand opening events will take place throughout that weekend. The new museum located at Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park

José Briceño launches a monster home run to the second deck to get the Angels on the board

José Briceño launches a monster home run to the second deck to get the Angels on the board against the San Diego Padres.

They do it again: Cards walk it off on DeJong's homer, beat Nats 7-6

Paul DeJong handed the Washington Nationals their second straight walk-off loss.

WATCH: Carp hits three-run homer, DeJong blasts walk-off in 9th

Washington Nationals-St. Louis Cardinals highlights

Braves' Acuna leads off each half of doubleheader with homer

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Niko Goodrum mic'd up (VIDEO)

He gives us a taste of his pregame routine

Ethereum’s falling price splits the crypto community

Hello And Welcome Back To The Latest Edition Of All The Cryptos Are Getting Rekt Right Now. Crypto bloodbaths have become fairly common in 2018 — mainly because of the insane growth in 2017 — but we’ve not covered them all because they are

Cory Gearrin: ‘I feel very comfortable’

Cory Gearrin on the Texas Rangers win Monday against the Arizona Diamondbacks.

Bears, Roquan Smith appear to reach agreement, end standoff

The standoff between the Chicago Bears and No. 8 overall draft pick Roquan Smith appears to be over

O'Hearn and Keller push Royals to a 3-1 victory

Brad Keller yielded one run and four hits to pick up his third victory in his past four decisions.

D-backs' bats can't overcome Greinke's costly mistake

Zack Greinke allowed six hits and four runs in 6 1/3 innings with two walks and six strikeouts.

Nats walked off again, this time by Cards' DeJong

Nats walked off again, this time by Cards' DeJong

MARKETS LIVE: Indices open higher as rupee strengthens, inflation drops

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India most expensive for equity schemes? Morningstar clarifies its stance

While the Foundation of Independent Financial Advisors contended India was the third least expensive for equity schemes, Morningstar's GFIE 2017 report claimed India was among the most expensive

Enter to win* the 65-inch flat screen of your dreams - CNET

This sweepstakes could land you the prize of a lifetime, if you're the lucky winner of a 65-inch LG W7 ultrathin OLED TV that's slimmer than a pencil. This giveaway ends Aug. 31, 2018.

New defense bill bans the U.S. government from using Huawei and ZTE tech

U.S. government agencies will be forbidden from using certain components or services from several Chinese tech firms, including Huawei and ZTE. The ban was signed into law today by President Trump as part of the Defense Authorization Act and will go into effe

What Is Mitosis?

Mitosis is a method of cell division in which a cell divides and produces identical copies of itself.

Staples manager tells police to check on woman pregnant with twins for shoplifting

Another day, another police officer called on someone without any evidence of wrongdoing. This time it is in North Carolina, where a Staples manager told a police officer who happened to be in the store to check on Sherell Bates as she browsed through the S
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