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Hamilton gave Verstappen «way too much space»

Hamilton's two-stop strategy meant he was forced to catch back up to Verstappen and Ferrari's eventual race winner Kimi Raikkonen and mount a late attack. Verstappen ran wide exiting the hairpin with just over two laps to go, which allowed Hamilton alongside

Kyrsten Sinema declared winner in Arizona, flips senate seat to blue!

Democrat Kyrsten Sinema has been declared the winner in the race to replace Arizona Republican Sen. Jeff Flake, beating out Martha McSally. McSally has conceded.   This is big news in that it flips a red senate seat to blue and will allow Jeff Flake to co

Kellyanne Conway says White House tape wasn't 'altered,' it was just 'sped up'

Campaign Action White House «counselor» Kellyanne Conway was on television again on Sunday, because of course she was. This time her job was to lie to Fox host Chris Wallace about the videotape released by the White House, apparently via conspira

David Pearson, NASCAR's Silver Fox, has died at 83

David Pearson, NASCAR's Silver Fox, has died at 83

Houston RB Foreman could return to practice soon

Houston Texans running back D'Onta Foreman has recovered from a ruptured Achilles he suffered almost a year ago and could return to practice soon

Rams' Jared Goff calls 'Halle Berry' audible, actress responds

Jared Goff used an audible early in the first quarter against the Seahawks that caught a lot of people's attention, and one celebrity's in particular.

Mavericks' Matthews misses game with strained hamstring

Dallas Mavericks guard Wesley Matthews will miss Monday's game against the Chicago Bulls because of a strained left hamstring

Falcons miss opportunity to stay close in NFC wild-card hunt

The Atlanta Falcons looked bad in a lackluster performance at Cleveland, whiffing on an opportunity to move within one-half game of the final wild-card spot

Top trading calls by Anand Rathi: Buy Havells, NIITTech

Nifty outlook and top trading ideas by Jay Anand Thakkar, CMT -Assistant Vice President - Equity Research, Anand Rathi Research

Self-driving cars could be the brothels of the future, UK researchers say - Roadshow

A new study outlines the effects that autonomous cars could have on tourism -- even the seedier parts.

Black Friday 2018 deals: best prices on PS4, Xbox One, Switch - CNET

If you're in the market for gifts or yourself, there's no better time than Black Friday to buy a new gaming console.

NASCAR legend David Pearson passes away at the age of 83

NASCAR icon David Pearson, born December 22, 1934, has passed away. Wood Brothers Racing confirmed the news on social media. The Spartanburg, South Carolina driver competed in 574 NASCAR Cup Series races between 1960 and 1989, winning 105 of them and lockin

Ronald Acuna, Shohei Ohtani win Rookie of the Year Awards

Precocious Braves outfielder Ronald Acuna has slugged his way to a National League Rookie of the Year Award, while two-way Angels star Shohei Ohtani took the top honors in the American League. While there were strong alternatives in both cases, these two play

Alpine ice shows three-fold increase in atmospheric iodine

Analysis of iodine trapped in Alpine ice has shown that levels of atmospheric iodine have tripled over the past century, which partially offsets human-driven increases in the air pollutant, ozone.

Study opens route to ultra-low-power microchips

Researchers have developed a new way of controlling magnetism in materials, which could lead to new low-power technologies for memory, computing, and sensing devices.

Planetary boundaries for antibiotic and pesticide resistance identified

Researchers have now published the first estimates of antibiotic and pesticide 'planetary boundaries.' The researchers suggest that if resistance to antibiotics and pesticides goes beyond these boundaries, societies risk large-scale health and agricultural cr

Nitrogen fixation in ambient conditions

Scientists have developed a uranium-based complex that allows nitrogen fixation reactions to take place in ambient conditions. The work lays the foundation to develop new processes for synthesizing nitrogen products like cyanamide.

The 2020 electorate will be even younger, better-educated, and more diverse than this year's

2018 brought widespread victories for Democrats and progressives, but it also yielded some disappointments. While we saw the highest midterm turnout in a century—currently estimated at 49.2 percent—the electorate was still older and whiter than it was tw

Krysten Sinema declared winner in Arizona, flips senate seat to blue!

Democrat Krysten Sinema has been declared the winner in the race to replace Arizona Republican Sen. Jeff Flake, beating out Martha McSally. McSally has conceded.   This is big news in that it flips a red senate seat to blue and will allow Jeff Flake to co

Carmelo Anthony’s reps reportedly begin seeking interested teams

Carmelo Anthony’s representatives appear to have given up on keeping him in Houston. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, Anthony’s reps have begun to assess the league to try to find a possible landing spot for the forward. They are not having any di

Rob Gronkowski thinking retirement without new contract in 2019?

The New England Patriots should probably be preparing for life without Rob Gronkowski, or they should be preparing to offer him a new deal. At least, that’s the sentiment expressed by Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, who pontificated about Gronk’s though

Ronald Acuna, Shohei Ohtani win Rookie Of The Year Awards

Precocious Braves outfielder Ronald Acuna has slugged his way to a National League Rookie of the Year Award, while two-way Angels star Shohei Ohtani took the top honors in the American League. While there were strong alternatives in both cases, these two play

Today's picks: From HPCL to Tech Mahindra, hot stocks to watch on Tuesday

For HPCL, keep a stop at Rs 228 and go short

AI toilets will scan your poop to diagnose your ailments - CNET

Micron CEO Sanjay Mehrotra sees smart loos in our future and is anxious to sell the chips they will need.

Stan Lee dies at 95: Remembering my former boss, the 'father of pop culture' - CNET

CNET's Bonnie Burton remembers the Marvel icon not just as the co-creator of beloved superheroes, but as an enthusiastic fan of comic book fans themselves.

Stan Lee characters that changed our lives - CNET

Stan Lee created hundreds of characters in the 95 years he spent on this planet. Here are some of our all-time personal favorites.

Steve Ballmer says Google, Facebook should engage more with regulators - CNET

Or else they could face tougher oversight and legislation later, the former Microsoft CEO says at the WSJ D.Live conference.

Republican loser sues newly elected Latina legislator, claiming she wasn't born in the US (she was)

A failed Republican candidate for office has sued a newly elected Democratic state legislator, claiming without any evidence that U.S.-born Latina Raquel Terán, who won her seat to the Arizona House of Representatives last week, isn’t a U.S. citizen.

Tinder to roll out expanded set of gender options in India

Tinder is preparing to roll out more gender options in its app in India. The company will announce shortly that users will be able to edit their profile in order to choose a different option for their gender identity, instead of just “Man” or R

No. 10 LSU, Orgeron, eye Tigers' best season 2012

LSU heads into practice this week knowing it is two victories away from a regular season that will have exceeded expectations by a wide margin

Johnson, pass rush positive signs from Arizona's loss at KC

The Arizona Cardinals went down to their seventh defeat of the season but there were a few positive aspects to their 26-14 loss at Kansas City

Cowboys look for win streak after saving season in Philly

Dak Prescott, Ezekiel Elliott look to lead Cowboys on winning streak again after saving season in Philly

Scuffling Baylor-Iowa St players to miss 1st half this week

Iowa State running back David Montgomery and Baylor defensive end Greg Roberts will miss the first half of their team's games this week

With Cook back, Vikings ready to run as weather turns cold

With Dalvin Cook back from injury, the Vikings are ready to run as the weather turns cold

Report: Carmelo Anthony’s reps begin seeking interested teams

Carmelo Anthony’s representatives appear to have given up on keeping him in Houston. According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, Anthony’s reps have begun to assess the league to try to find a possible landing spot for the forward. They are not having any di

These antique phones are precious, private Alexa vessels

Amazon's Alexa may be in ten thousand different devices now, but they all have one other thing in common: they're new. So for those of us that prefer old things but still want to be able to set timers and do metric-imperial conversions without pulling out ou

Analysts weighing in on $8B SAP-Qualtrics deal don’t see a game changer

SAP CEO Bill McDermott was jacked up today about his company’s $8 billion  Qualtrics acquisition over the weekend. You would expect no less for such a big deal. McDermott believes that the data that Qualtrics provides could bridge the gap between his c

‘Toy Story 4’ Teaser Trailer Debuts Cute Forky Character

Woody and the gang are back for Toy Story 4 and they’re welcoming a new friend: a cute spork named Forky. Toy Story 4, which is set to hit theaters on June 21, 2019, […] The post ‘Toy Story 4’ Teaser Trailer Debuts Cute Forky Characte

ICE is helping 7-Eleven corporate in its war against store owners

7-Eleven corporate has a lot to answer for.  Back in January, ICE conducted nationwide raids of 7-Eleven franchises. These sweeps terrified and intimidated members of immigrant communities. What made these raids especially painful in the larger sense wa

Jalen Ramsey creates drama with tweet after Jags lose fifth straight

The Jacksonville Jaguars are imploding. They’ve lost five straight games as their once-stellar defense has fallen apart. And now Jalen Ramsey has sent fans into a frenzy with a cryptic message on social media. That’s not the kind of message the Jaguars wa
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