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Red Sox not placing timetable on Chris Sale’s latest injury recovery

The Boston Red Sox placed Chris Sale on the disabled list over the weekend for the second time in three weeks, and they are not planning to insert the left-hander back into their rotation until he is 100 percent healthy.Alex Cora told reporters on Monday tha

A Common Food Additive Is Linked to Insulin Resistance. Here's What That Means

A common food additive called propionate could alter metabolism in ways that could increase the risk of diabetes, a preliminary study suggests.

Avengers: Endgame or bust -- My 59-hour Marvel movie marathon hits day 2 - CNET

I'm holed up in a theater watching 22 Marvel films back to back. At the halfway point, I'm feeling great (and loving Captain America).

The Moto G6 hits an all-time low: $140 - CNET

The phone was already an incredible value at $249.

Life-size Honda Civic Type R required 320,000 Lego bricks - Roadshow

The Lego Type R is just like the real thing, only made from plastic.

Galaxy Fold review: Samsung's foldable phone lives and dies by its screen - CNET

The potential and peril of foldable phones has never been clearer.

Mark Zuckerberg has a podcast no one asked for - CNET

So far there are two episodes of Tech & Society with Mark Zuckerberg.

Piers Morgan blasts Meghan & Harry for blowing taxpayer cash to become ‘King & Queen of Africa’

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are reportedly mulling a move to South Africa to explore Meghan’s African ancestry after her child’s birth, spurring Piers Morgan to ask what Brits are willing to pay for the royals’ ‘African folly.’ Read Full Article

Photos: Ancient Crab is the Strangest You've Ever Seen

Here's the strangest crab you may ever lay eyes on.

'Beautiful Nightmare' Crab Sported Lobster Shell, Shrimp Mouth and Soccer Ball Eyes

An ancient crab that lived during the dinosaur age was so strange, paleontologists are calling it the platypus of the crab world.

Racist Rep. Steve King compares losing House assignments to what Jesus Christ went through

Iowa Rep. Steve King was finally stripped of his House committee assignments after one white nationalism-promoting remark too many. Republican leadership had long turned a blind eye to King's promotion of European far-right radicals, his repeated defenses o

Once upon a time, William Barr was extremely offended by spin, stonewalling, and personal attacks

William Barr is deeply concerned about people who make attacks against Robert Mueller and intends to defend him vigorously against people who defame his office, his team, or his conclusions. Or at least, you might expect so, considering how Barr responded i

LIVE with Daniel Norris 4.23.19 (VIDEO)

Sunday's winning pitcher joins us

Brewers star Christian Yelich out to prove MVP year wasn't a fluke

Milwaukee Brewers star Christian Yelich is out to prove that his MVP season wasn't a one-time thing.

It’s now easier to find work-from-home jobs in Google Search

Over the course of the last year or so, Google started adding more job search features to its search engine. Today, it’s expanding this program by also making it easier to find work-from-home jobs. Typically, when you searched for a job like that, chanc

Mumps: A Highly Contagious, Easily Preventable Disease

Mumps is an unpleasant and highly contagious disease, but a simple two-dose vaccine is 88% effective against the infection.

Up to 1 Million Species Are at Risk of Extinction, and It's All Our Fault

More than 1 million species could go extinct, UN report finds.

If US wants to enter Hormuz Strait, it must talk to Iran’s Revolutionary Guards – FM Zarif

If the US seeks to operate in the Hormuz Strait, the Persian Gulf’s major trade route, it must talk to those who defend it, FM Zarif said, referring to Iran’s Revolutionary Guards, which the US has declared ‘terrorists’. Read Full Article at RT.com

Mark Zuckerberg has a podcast

In the future, everyone will have a podcast — and by “future,” I mean like mid-2020. But one step at a time, starting with Facebook founder, CEO and definite human person, Mark Zuckerberg . Facebook announced the podcast’s Spotify link on Twitter

Microsoft is considering dropping its Windows password expiration policy

Microsoft has proposed scrapping a policy in Windows that requires users to periodically change their login password. In a blog post, the software giant said its new draft security configuration baseline settings would no longer force users whose accounts ar

Bumble’s ‘Private Detector’ uses AI to detect dick pics

Dating apps are finally leveraging AI to clean up users’ chat messages. Badoo has introduced a new feature coming to its network of dating apps, including most notably, Bumble. The penile detecting “Private Detector” feature will leverage de

Trump's shameless obstruction of justice shows no signs of stopping

With the president thumbing his nose at the law, the only reasonable response is to start impeachment hearings

Russia calls for ceasefire in Libya – deputy FM

Read Full Article at RT.com

Liverpool's Virgil van Dijk set to be announced PFA Player of the Year - reports

Liverpool's Dutch defensive colossus Virgil van Dijk will be unveiled as the 2018-19 PFA Player of the Year, according to reports in the English press. Read Full Article at RT.com

‘We lied, we cheated, we stole’: Pompeo offers honest, if disturbing admission about CIA activity

In a rare moment of honesty, Mike Pompeo admitted to an audience that the CIA trains employees to “lie, cheat and steal.” While he seemed to find the whole thing funny, not everyone is amused, as RT found out. Read Full Article at RT.com

Q4 likely to be a mixed quarter for corporate banks: Vaibhav Sanghavi of Avendus

Talking about the corporate banking space, Sanghavi said that it would be a mixed quarter as we do not know which one would be in for kitchen sinking because of the new management.

Lower hedging cost makes borrowing in dollars attractive for companies, says Bank of America

In dollar swap, the RBI buys dollars from banks for three years and offers them rupees in return. The tool was introduced in March to bridge the liquidity gap.

US Open tournament director Brewer leaving after '19 edition

U.S. Open tournament director David Brewer stepping down after this year's edition of major championship

Twins newcomer Schoop getting into a groove at the plate

Minnesota Twins second baseman Jonathan Schoop's return to Baltimore went pretty well

Cowboys pick up 5th-year option on Ezekiel Elliott contract

The Dallas Cowboys have picked up the fifth-year option on Ezekiel Elliott's rookie contract, keeping the star running back with the club at least through 2020

AP source: Gio González, Brewers agree to 1-year, $2M deal

AP source: Pitcher Gio González, Milwaukee Brewers agreed to 1-year contract guaranteeing 33-year-old left-hander $2 million

Brewers to sign veteran LHP Gio Gonzalez

It looks like left-hander Gio Gonzalez is returning to the Milwaukee Brewers

Top prospects who could fall during 2019 NFL Draft

Every year NFL prospects fall further than anticipated at the draft for various reasons, including injury issues, poor testing or simply a lack of team need. Here's a look at 10 prospects who could make that fall during this year's draft. Jaylon Ferguson, DE

Researchers Just Measured an Atom with a Half-Life of 18 Sextillion Years

Researchers just measured an atom with a half-life of 18 sextillion years — 1 trillion times the age of the universe.

China Plans to Build a Base near the Moon's South Pole

China plans to build a scientific research station on the moon in 'about 10 years' according to a state news agency.

A Common Food Additive Is Linked to Insulin Resistance, Study Finds. Here's What That Means

A common food additive called propionate could alter metabolism in ways that could increase the risk of diabetes, a preliminary study suggests.

House takes Trump's wall-building plans to court

The House of Representatives went to court on Tuesday trying to block Donald Trump from building a border wall with money appropriated for other purposes. The Trump administration is moving to spend about $6 billion in money intended for military constructio

Lego Braille Bricks put the alphabet at blind kids' fingertips - CNET

Lego introduces a new plastic brick-based learning tool to help teach Braille to blind children.

Our spoiler-free Avengers: Endgame discussion (The 3:59, Ep. 549) - CNET

Is Endgame a fitting end to the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s first era? Also, we break down CNET's review of the now-delayed Galaxy Fold.

Honor 20 Moschino Edition could be the high-fash phone to flash in 2019 - CNET

For those who desire a modish mobile, a new line by Huawei's sister brand should impress.
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