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Cross-border drug traffic peaking thanks to focus on migrant crisis, US drug czar says

More drugs than ever are flowing into the US from south of the border as federal resources have been diverted to the migrant crisis, leaving Border Patrol hopelessly overstretched, the US drug policy chief has warned. Read Full Article at RT.com

Rod Woodson agrees with Deion Sanders that it's become too easy to make it into the Hall of Fame

Pro Football Hall of Fame member Rod Woodson joins James Harrison, Marcellus Wiley and Jason Whitlock to discuss comments made by Deion Sanders about how it's become too easy to make it into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

5 questions for Vikings’ 2020 offseason

A look at a few of the key questions facing the Green Bay Packers in the upcoming 2020 offseason

Preparing for a Super Bowl without the New England Patriots

In a rare occurrence, the Patriots are not in the Super Bowl. That’s a relief to many, many fans.

Chiefs GM Veach is overlooked as architect of Super Bowl team

Brett Veach has worked his way up the ranks to become the respected general manager of the Kansas City Chiefs.

Ultra close-up view of sun's surface offers unprecedented detail - CNET

It's the highest-resolution image of the sun's surface ever captured.

Moscow Mitch's 2020 campaign fund helped out by Trump's impeachment defense team

You can't make this degree of corruption up. Moscow Mitch McConnell, the guy who has promised again and again that he is working with Donald Trump's impeachment lawyers to make sure that Trump will not be convicted and removed from office, has gotten campaig

Alan Dershowitz insists Trump can't be impeached for anything he does to get re-elected

Alan Dershowitz uncorked a defense of Donald Trump Wednesday afternoon that left listeners stunned and bewildered, asking, “Did he really just say that?” The answer is yes. Specifically, Dershowitz claimed, “If a president does something which he beli

‘Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion’s Revenge’ Trailer Shows Kartoon Karnage

Mortal Kombat never really went away, but it also feels like it’s super back. The recent trilogy of truly excellent core fighting games (capped off by last year’s GOTY contender Mortal Kombat 11) […] The post ‘Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion’s R

Green Bay Packers 2020 offseason questions

A look at a few of the key questions facing the Green Bay Packers in the upcoming 2020 offseason

Broncos hire former agent as new salary cap director

Broncos hire former agent as new salary cap director

Super Bowl features speed worthy of Olympic relay team

Super Bowl features speed worthy of Olympic relay team

Goodell: Diversity in coach/executive hirings must improve

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell stopped short of saying the Rooney Rule is not working

Promoters of textile firms increase stake on demand recovery expectations

India has become competitive in both polyester yarn and fabric businesses in the last couple of quarters

Coronavirus prompts India's top cotton trader to stop sales to China

Kotak Commodity Services will look for new buyers of cotton in countries such as Bangladesh, Indonesia, Taiwan and Vietnam to make up for any possible shortfall in sales to China

Verkada raises $80M at $1.6B to be every building’s security OS

50 iPads were stolen from Verkada co-founder Hans Robertson’s old company. Only when they checked the security system did they realize the video cameras hadn’t been working for months. He was pissed. “The market lagged behind the progress se

After sale to Ford, Spin charges ahead with plans to scale up

Electric scooter startup Spin was long considered to be a bit of an underdog in the micromobility space. Before selling to Ford, Spin had raised just $8 million, while competitors Lime and Bird had raised hundreds of millions. Today, the former underdog is ba

Doping case heightens chance of no Russian track at Olympics

Sports authorities heightened the possibility of completely excluding Russian track athletes from this year's Olympics in the wake of a spate of doping scandals that have engulfed the country. The Athletics Integrity Unit, which handles doping-related matter

Newly discovered neon-green spider named after the 'Lady Gaga of mathematics'

Given their coloring, the members of this spider's family are known as green cucumber spiders.

What a pair! Coupled quantum dots may offer a new way to store quantum information

Researchers have for the first time created and imaged a novel pair of quantum dots -- tiny islands of confined electric charge that act like interacting artificial atoms. Such ''coupled'' quantum dots could serve as a robust quantum bit, or qubit, the fundam

New bio-inspired wing design for small drones

Taking a cue from birds and insects, researchers have come up with a new wing design for small drones that helps them fly more efficiently and makes them more robust to atmospheric turbulence.

Reno-Tahoe tourism boss target of misconduct investigation

RENO, Nev. (AP) - The top tourism boss for Reno-Tahoe is being investigated for unspecified allegations of misconduct. An attorney for the Reno-Sparks Convention and Visitors Authority confirmed Tuesday that President and CEO Phil DeLone is the subject of an

1st retail pot shop on Cape Cod opens in Provincetown

PROVINCETOWN, Mass. (AP) - Cape Cod has its first legal pot shop. Curaleaf opened a recreational marijuana store in Provincetown, Massachusetts on Wednesday after town officials granted the Wakefield-based company local approval. The store is located along th

DJ Khaled, Cardi B, Gaga to perform during Super Bowl week

DJ Khaled will be celebrating his first-ever Grammy win in the city where the former radio host built his career: Miami

Indoor world athletics championships postponed over virus

The indoor world athletics championships in Nanjing, China, have been postponed by a year because of the dangerous virus outbreak in the country

Packers poach DB coach Gray from division rival Vikings

The Green Bay Packers have hired named Jerry Gray as defensive backs coach

Packers hire Jerry Gray as defensive backs coach

The Green Bay Packers named Jerry Gray as their new defensive backs coach on Wednesday.

4th-tier Epinal beats Lille to reach French Cup quarters

Fourth-tier club Epinal has produced another French Cup upset by knocking out first-division Lille 2-1 to reach the quarterfinals

2020 Nissan Titan is coming soon and now we know what it'll cost - Roadshow

Nissan's big boy pickup is better looking than ever and it's still sensibly priced.

Disney Plus reveals two Legends of the Hidden Temple-style reality shows - CNET

The Quest and The Maze will bring a mix of fantasy and reality competition to Disney's streaming service.

Scientists create cyborg jellyfish with swimming superpowers - CNET

They're like regular jellyfish, but faster and more awesome.

House managers and Trump defense take questions in impeachment trial: Live coverage #2

After six days of opening arguments in the impeachment trial of Donald Trump, senators now get the chance to ask questions. Questions are submitted in writing to be read by Chief Justice John Roberts, with answers generally limited to five minutes.

Senate, House Democrats unite to urge court to uphold protections for detained migrant kids

More than 100 Democratic members from both the House of Representatives and the Senate have filed a legal brief calling on a top court to reject a Trump administration attempt to gut vital protections for migrant children in U.S. custody, warning that “I

Skulls from ancient North Americans hint at multiple migration waves

But genetic data tells a very different story.

Psilocybin: The magic ingredient in psychedelic shrooms

Psilocybin, like other psychedelics, is illegal, but controlled doses may have therapeutic effects.

Trump signs USMCA trade deal predicted to create over half a million new US jobs

US President Donald Trump has signed the USMCA trade deal with Mexico and Canada into law, fulfilling a campaign promise to overhaul NAFTA, which proved disastrous to American manufacturing after its passage 16 years ago. Read Full Article at RT.com

New injection technique may boost spinal cord injury repair efforts

Researchers describe a new method for delivering neural precursor cells to spinal cord injuries in rats, reducing the risk of further injury and boosting the propagation of potentially reparative cells.

Scientists discover how malaria parasites import sugar

Researchers have established how sugar is taken up by the malaria parasite, a discovery with the potential to improve the development of antimalarial drugs.

Chandra Takes a Peek at Mega-Cluster of Galaxies

Chandra's X-ray Observatory spotted four galaxy clusters engaging in colliding activity. (Photo Credit: X-ray: NASA / CXC / SAO / G.Schellenberger et al.; Optical:SDSS) NASA’s Chandra captured a sweet view of many galaxy clusters and they l

‘Paper Mario’ Nintendo Switch Rumors Reminds Me Why Mario RPGs Are Bad

As Nintendo fans get itchy for a new Nintendo Direct that’s surely days away, rumors for big upcoming Nintendo Switch games are cropping up as they often do. At this point we’ve heard […] The post ‘Paper Mario’ Nintendo Switch Rumors Remind

‘Goodbye!’ Farage trolls EU Parliament with Brexit one last time, waving Union Jack flag before mic is cut off for ‘hate’

Brexit Party leader and MEP Nigel Farage gave his final speech in the European Parliament, denouncing the EU as an anti-democratic experiment. He waved the Union Jack flag to cheers from his UK colleagues as he said goodbye. Read Full Article at RT.com
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