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Remembering September 11th and Looking to the Future

This 2019 photo of Manhattan, taken by astronaut Nick Hague from aboard the International Space Station, shows a city totally recovered from the attack on September 11, 2001.

Soldiers to work on Erebus Supercars

The Holden squad is running increased Australian Army branding this season, building on a relationship that's seen a number of one-off camouflage liveries at the Townsville round in recent years.As part of the expanded Army deal two soldiers – Craftsmen Cho

Survey: Most Americans say environment should be a top priority, Democrats say it should be No. 1

A survey published last Thursday by the Pew Research Center found that a 64% majority of Americans say the president and Congress should make protecting the environment a top priority, and 52% say climate should get the same attention. That’s 14 points be

The Trump Administration's 'Africa ban' risks the the lives of Black LGBTQ+ migrants

In January 2018, President Donald Trump referred to African nations as «shit hole countries.» Fast forward to January 2020 and Trump used his executive powers to issue a ban on visas for six countries, most of which are in Africa. Immigrants from

FiO Bolsters Taiwan's Anti-Coronavirus Medical Volunteer System

/ -- Taiwan's government, pharmacy associations and network of tech volunteers like SaaS-blockchain company FiO have received praise for staving off the spreading of COVID-19 in the densely-populated country. Taiwanese health officials, assisted by private en

6N: Scotland match Italy's best hope of ending drought

Italy regards the Six Nations match against Scotland on Saturday as its best chance to end a five-year drought

Nets' Kyrie Irving to have season-ending shoulder surgery

Brooklyn Nets guard Kyrie Irving will have arthroscopic surgery on his right shoulder and miss the rest of the season

NBC Sports offers 300-plus hours of IndyCar action in 2020

The 2020 TV coverage begins on Sunday, March 15, on NBCSN with the Grand Prix of St. Petersburg, the first of 17 races to air on NBC and NBCSN during the season.These include the 104th running of the Indianapolis 500, which will mark the second ever appearan

Warren reduced Bloomberg to rubble — but political media remains focused on stopping Bernie

Mike Bloomberg's campaign landed with a big splat in Vegas. Some reporters pretended they couldn't see it

New Zealand killer of British backpacker sentenced to life

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) - The New Zealand man convicted of murdering a British backpacker he met on a dating app has been sentenced to life in prison with a minimum non-parole period of 17 years. Grace Millane was strangled to death on her 22nd birthday

Wilder, Fury, to answer questions in big heavyweight rematch

The best fights in boxing come with questions

Redskins release injury-prone tight end Jordan Reed

The Washington Redskins have released injury-prone tight end Jordan Reed

‘This should go well’: Trolling and worry as Twitter reveals plan to flag ‘lies & misinformation’

Twitter is experimenting with features that will supposedly help identify tweets containing lies with community help, but the social media giant’s track record of bias and questionable banning standards has users concerned. Read Full Article at RT.com

Pentagon expects US public to buy ‘we weren’t keeping inventory’ excuse about missing weapons sent to Syria, Iraq

US weapons worth some $715 million dollars were warehoused poorly and soldiers handling them did not keep receipts or records, so it’s impossible to tell how many, if any, ended up in wrong hands, the Pentagon says. Read Full Article at RT.com

Solo on list of eligible players for 2020 Hall of Fame

Former U.S. national team goalkeeper Hope Solo is among the first-time eligible players on the ballot for the U.S. National Soccer Hall of Fame

Kyle Stanley shoots 64 to take lead Puerto Rico Open lead

Kyle Stanley shot an 8-under 64 on Thursday to take a two-stroke lead in the PGA Tour’s Puerto Rico Open

Flubs and flameouts: NBA's top 10 disappointments

The NBA just celebrated its best and brightest stars during an exciting All-Star Weekend in Chicago. Now, as the players return from their week-long break, it’s time to talk about the worst and dimmest. It was difficult to winnow this list, but here, in no

One year later, the future of foldables remains uncertain

Yesterday, Samsung announced that the Galaxy Flip Z sold out online. What, precisely, that means, is hard to say, of course, without specific numbers from the company. But it’s probably enough to make the company bullish about its latest wade into the folda

Network with CrunchMatch at TC Sessions: Mobility 2020

Got your sights set on attending TC Sessions: Mobility 2020 on May 14 in San Jose? Spend the day with 1,000 or more like-minded founders, makers and leaders across the startup ecosystem. It’s a day-long deep dive dedicated to current and evolving mobility a

Apex EV concept will gamify the track experience with augmented reality - Roadshow

Set for a Geneva Motor Show debut, the Apex AP-0 will ensure track instruction comes with a futuristic twist.

Buy a phone from Sam's Club, get a $300 gift card - CNET

Get free money when you buy a select phone and activate it with AT&T, Verizon or Sprint.

Baby Yoda Funko, animatronic toy and more Star Wars merch debuts - CNET

Fans' patience for The Child toys are rewarded with an animatronic figure, a Build A Bear, a Funko figure and more.

200 million 5G phones are expected in 2020, analysts say - CNET

But the coronavirus could limit production and shipments.

T-Mobile and Sprint finalize new terms for megamerger - CNET

The companies say the deal could close as early as April 1.

An Adidas experiment and whole new exterior facility head to ISS next month

March 2 is the planned launch date for SpaceX’s 20th ISS resupply mission, which is bringing the usual supplies and goodies, plus a payload of interesting experiments from partners and paying customers. And a big expansion to Europe’s Columbus Mod

Gold climbs to 7-year high as coronavirus seen impacting global growth

Even as the number of new coronavirus cases in China slowed, new research suggesting the virus was more contagious than previously thought added to the alarm

ICE violates California state law by arresting two undocumented people at a courthouse

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents arrested two people at a California courthouse Tuesday, violating a state law that prevents arrests at a courthouse while a person has a hearing pending or other legal business in court. According to the 2

Ortiz: Fiers 'looking like a snitch' in Astros cheating

Ortiz: Fiers 'looking like a snitch' in Astros cheating

ESPN announces Rodriguez, Vasgersian as Sunday Night team

ESPN announces Rodriguez, Vasgersian as Sunday Night team

Karl Dorrell promoted to assistant head coach by Dolphins

Karl Dorrell has been promoted to assistant head coach by the Miami Dolphins, who also announced the hiring of three assistants

6N: Resurgent France insulted by Wales 'cheat' claim

6N: Resurgent France insulted by Wales 'cheat' claim

Longtime NFL, college assistant Dan Radakovich dies at 84

Longtime NFL, college assistant Dan Radakovich dies at 84

«The Ringmaster»: When a documentary about the world's best onion rings serves up a sobering twist

Salon spoke to filmmaker Zachary Capp about trying to bring Larry Lang's addictive snack to the world's attention

‘Deforestation can continue!’ German court allows Tesla to chop down trees for Berlin ‘Gigafactory’, overruling local activists

A German court has given a final green light to Tesla – the avowedly eco-friendly carmaker – to continue clearing a forest near Berlin to make way for a new factory, striking down last-ditch challenge from local environmentalists. Read Full Article at RT.

Alaska eyes options for Real ID access as deadline looms

JUNEAU, Alaska (AP) - The state is pursuing an expansion location for motor vehicle services in southwest Alaska, an official said Thursday, ahead of a fall deadline for special licenses many will need to board commercial flights in the U.S. Department of Ad

Active cases of COVID-19 drop for the first time ... but what's happening outside China is a concern

For the first time since a novel coronavirus was noted as the source of new respiratory infections and fever back in December, the number of active cases of what is now called COVID-19 fell on Thursday. The source of that drop is the region that has dominat

Quibi’s streaming service app launches in app stores for pre-order

Quibi, the mobile-only streaming service from Jeffrey Katzenberg, is now open for pre-orders. The company declined to fully show off its app only a month ago during demos of its “TurnStyle” technology at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas

SpaceX’s spin-outs are helping build LA’s startup ecosystem

During the days when Snapchat’s popularity was booming, investors thought the company would become the anchor for a new Los Angeles technology scene. Snapchat, they hoped, would spin-off entrepreneurs and angel investors who would reinvest in the local

Chilton: “Life is to be enjoyed, and I don’t enjoy oval racing”

After failing to qualify for last year’s Indianapolis 500, Chilton elected to relinquish the #59 Carlin-Chevrolet for the remaining four oval races of the season, and there were even rumors he would quit IndyCar altogether at season’s end.However, two wee

Prostate cancer: Causes, symptoms & treatment

Prostate cancer is the second most common form of cancer in men.

Russia is interfering on Trump's behalf again, and he's enraged that Congress now knows it

There's a bit more clarity now to the story of the briefing to the House Intelligence Committee that may or may not have contributed to acting director of national intelligence Joseph Maguire's departure from the Trump administration. According to The New Yor
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