• Poll finds GOP primary hurting party
Poll finds GOP primary hurting party

Sen. "Florida loves Trump and I love Florida". The poll showed Trump with a 70 percent favorability rating among Republicans. "Not only has he increased his lead, Mr. Twenty-eight percent of registered voters now view the Democratic Party more negatively, while 17 percent view it more positively.   Clinton leads Sanders 59-26 among Democratic...

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  • Huawei P9 to come in four variants
Huawei P9 to come in four variants

Popular leakster Evan Blass has said via Venturebeat that Huawei will release four variants of its P9 smartphones. These models the Huawei P9, P9 Lite, P9 Max and an upgraded P9 are rumored to be the company's upcoming devices. One feature that none of the P9 variants - nor any other 2016 Huawei handset - will have is QHD resolution, said the...

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  • Russia may be looking to build air base in Syria
Russia may be looking to build air base in Syria

Zakharova said that Russian Federation is concerned over Ankara's increased military incursions into Syria, adding that "it can not be ruled out that... Zakharova said that Moscow was "surprised" by recent comments from Washington, in which "representatives of the US State Department said that they don't see Russia's efforts in regard to providing ...

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  • Humanity will wipe itself out, warns Stephen Hawking
Humanity will wipe itself out, warns Stephen Hawking

The University of Cambridge professor said that a disaster on Earth - a "near certainty" in the next 1,000 to 10,000 years- will not spell the end of humanity because by that time humans are likely to have spread out into space and to other stars.

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  • 2015 burns global temperature records
2015 burns global temperature records

The report, published in a recent edition of the journal  Reviews of Geophysics , contends that data collected over the past few years, specifically from 800,000-year-old ice-core samples, indicate an expected cooling period was stopped once humans began large-scale farming.

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  • 95% of diesel cars break pollution law
95% of diesel cars break pollution law

Earlier this week, the French carmaker announced it had to recall a large number of its Captur vehicles because the filtration system in models produced between July and September 2015 did not work properly at all temperatures. New norms, called WLTP (Worldwide Harmonized Light Vehicles Test Procedure), which reflect much more closely normal da...

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  • Facebook friend held for IBM techie murder
Facebook friend held for IBM techie murder

The accused and the victim shared their phone numbers on January 9 and the accused came to Bangalore on January 19 to meet Kusum. In the first meeting, Sukhbir demanded Rs 50,000 as a loan from her. However, Kusum refused to give him the money, allegedly sending him in a fit of rage. He had seen her profile in Shaadi.com and had sent her a Facebook...

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  • Astronomers find new planet in our solar system
Astronomers find new planet in our solar system

Once there were thought to be nine planets in the solar system, but then the outermost, Pluto, was demoted to the status of "dwarf planet". There have only been two true planets discovered since ancient times, and this would be a third.

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  • Astronomers discover evidence of ninth planet beyond Pluto's orbit
Astronomers discover evidence of ninth planet beyond Pluto's orbit

Brown, who says he began searching for Planet Nine for his daughter - who was disappointed when Pluto was downsized - claims he didn't expect to find it. Batygin and Brown revealed their findings in the latest issue of the "Astronomical Journal" and showed how Planet Nine helped explain mysterious features of the Kuiper belt- icy objects and debr...

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  • David Bowie '60 Minutes' interview from 2003 finally surfaces
David Bowie '60 Minutes' interview from 2003 finally surfaces

It was as amusing as always, and as surreal, looping through word games and allusions and all the usual stuff we did", Eno said. The news of David Bowie's tragic death has sent fans flocking to buy his incredible new album Blackstar - with the record now selling out on vinyl.

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  • Planet X: Scientist Find Solid Evidence for 9th Planet
Planet X: Scientist Find Solid Evidence for 9th Planet

As it turns out, the six objects they were analyzing orbit in what astronomers call "mean-motion resonances" where "they go around the sun some precise number of times for the number of times Planet Nine goes around the sun". They also noted an odd clustering in the orbits of these objects, and in the orbits of about a dozen others. Also rejected...

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  • How to spot 5 planets aligned in the night sky
How to spot 5 planets aligned in the night sky

If the light dims out when your thumb passes over it, it's a planet. If the dot blinks out quickly, it's a star. Dr Robert Massey of the Royal Astronomical Society told the Telegraph: "People will struggle to see Mercury , it will probably just look like a star but if we get good weather we should be able to see Venus , Saturn , Mars and Ju...

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  • Largest known prime number discovered in Missouri
Largest known prime number discovered in Missouri

The largest known prime number is now 2 - 1, smashing the previous record by nearly 5 million digits. That's what the Great Internet Mersenne Prime Search (GIMPS ) has been doing, and its most recent find is 22 million digits long, the largest ever found.

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  • New poll shows Bernie Sanders surging past Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire
New poll shows Bernie Sanders surging past Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire

Each defined his candidacy in terms aimed at those strengths in the NBC News-YouTube-Congressional Black Caucus  debate  in SC, which also included former Maryland Gov. Clinton's comments in the  Sunday debate  follow statements she made on Friday while speaking to MSNBC's "Morning Joe". She tried to undercut Sanders' support among supporters of Ob...

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  • David Bowie Was Preparing To Follow Up Blackstar With Another Album
David Bowie Was Preparing To Follow Up Blackstar With Another Album

When credible outlets started confirming the news that David Bowie had, in fact, lost an eighteen-month battle with cancer, that reflex lingered: read, reread, scroll to the top of the page, open a new tab, and start again. Fellow British songwriting great Elvis Costello suggested he would grieve for Bowie away from social media. Everything was dis...

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  • Watch the live-stream of the first 2016 Democratic debate
Watch the live-stream of the first 2016 Democratic debate

Sunday's Democratic debate, hosted by NBC, was the party's second-most watched this election cycle, with about 10.2 million viewers tuning into the channel, according to the network. Tonight's event will take place in Charleston, South Carolina and kicks off at 9 p.m. ET. O'Malley's declining numbers threatened to keep him from joining Clinton an...

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  • HTC unveils Vive Pre, the latest version of Oculus Rift competitor
HTC unveils Vive Pre, the latest version of Oculus Rift competitor

Third-party developers will be able to tap into the camera, introducing the potential for some pretty incredible augmented reality experiences. What's interesting about the Vive Pre is that it's a product that's set to only exist for a few months with the Vive's consumer launch looming on the horizon.

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  • New sites set for future Orbital ATK launches
New sites set for future Orbital ATK launches

Sierra Nevada's contract victory means the company has a clearer future. This feature of Dream Chaser and general intensification of utilizing ISS decided about choosing Sierra Nevada as third contractor. By having three crafts, Shireman says it allows for "more mission types, more flexibility". Instead, he said, "Most likely, we'll land in Flor...

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  • Egypt policemen shot dead in Giza
Egypt policemen shot dead in Giza

In another blow to Egypt's ailing tourism industry, two men armed with knives attacked foreign tourists at a hotel in the Red Sea resort of Hurghada on Friday, injuring three of them, authorities said. \"I thought I would bleed to death", he said. The men threw "home-made fireworks" and one shot "a pellet gun" towards security staff in front of the...

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  • Five Planets - Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn - Are All Visible at Once
Five Planets - Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn - Are All Visible at Once

Starting on the 20th, Mercury, Venus, Saturn, Mars and Jupiter will appear in a diagonal row before dawn. According to Phys.org , Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn have been visible in the morning sky since the start of 2016. The stars Antares and Spica will also be visible in the same patch of sky. Only distant Uranus, Neptune and Pluto won't be...

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