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United States will honour 'dumb' refugee deal with Australia


President Donald Trump publicly excoriated an agreement struck under the Obama administration to resettle in the US some asylum seekers held by Australia in offshore camps. Mr Shorten met Mr Pence for talks at Sydney's Intercontinental Hotel where the vice president will later meet Australian and American business leaders. Read More »

KRK apologises to Mohanlal for calling him 'chhota bheem'


This time he tried to roast Malyalam star Mohanlal but then he was left smashed by fans on twitter. He recently ridiculed Malayalam superstar Mohanlal after the actor announced that he will be a part of the Mahabharata which will be made on an astronomical budget of Rs 1000 crore. Read More »

Thousands March for Science Downtown

Rally organizers are also anxious by what they see as growing skepticism from politicians and others on topics such as vaccinations, genetically modified organisms and evolution. While previous marches had scientists and scientific minds as participants, this was the first time the scientific community got political and organized a movement to voice their outrage. Read More »

Chicago marches for science, climate change

People at the march said they are anxious government officials are ignoring science and its impact. "We have no Planet B", read one of the signs carried by demonstrators, many of whom sported "Keep Our Science Great" caps as they arrived from around the country on Earth Day to remind fellow citizens of the importance of science to their daily lives. Read More »

CONFIRMED lineups: Real Madrid vs. Barcelona, El Clasico 2017

It was an intense match from start to finish, but Lionel came out on top. And just when Barca's title bid looked doomed once and for all, he reignited the flame with his 500th goal for the club. What followed was heart-breaking for every football fan as blood poured from Messi's mouth. Real Madrid will also be without Pepe, who is out with a fractured rib, and Raphael Varane, who has an achilles injury. Read More »

Two new astronauts arrive at International Space Station

USA astronaut Jack Fischer, 43, told his wife the journey to the International Space Station from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan was "a burrito of awesomeness smothered in awesome sauce". They were welcomed by Flight Engineers Oleg Novitskiy of Russian Federation and Thomas Pesquet of the European Space Agency, as well as Expedition 51 Commander Peggy Whitson of NASA, who on Monday will break the record for longest time spent in space by a US astronaut. Read More »

Meet Samsung Galaxy S8, Korea's most pre-ordered smartphone

Meanwhile, reports still say that OnePlus 3T's cameras stand a chance. Depending on their region, the users might see the Samsung logo there by itself or an added remark of the device's name in the lower half of the rear glass. However, it could make up for it with the animations in the camera app that are there to deliver AR effects. Thanks to the organic screen technology Samsung uses , it can power some pixels all of the time without wasting battery life. Read More »

Bill O'Reilly to Return With Podcast on Monday


Those with premium membership to O'Reilly's website will be able to access " No Spin News " podcast. "It is tremendously disheartening that we part ways due to completely unfounded claims", O'Reilly said. The Variety story doesn't offer much information about the format of No Spin News , but it seems safe to assume that it's not a WTF-style show where O'Reilly asks famous people about Lorne Michaels, a Comedy Bang Bang-style show where O'Reilly interviews small business owners, or a ... Read More »

Donald Trump's Terrific Earth Day Statement

But she marched anyway because she anxious about her baby's future in a world that seems to consider science disposable. "Because I don't think people understand what scientists do in the lab". In the United States , scientists are anxious President Donald Trump's budget cuts will impact research and science-based policy. " Rigorous science is critical to my Administration's efforts to achieve the twin goals of economic growth and environmental protection ", he said.In the past, Trump has ... Read More »

Sanchez sends Arsenal into FA Cup final with win over City

And Guardiola reckons his side did "absolutely everything" to get the right result at Wembley on Sunday . And, in extra-time that man Alexis Sanchez sealed victory with another crucial goal for the Gunners. Alexis is a fantastic player and I'm so happy how he's playing at Arsenal , especially this year scoring goals . Aguero and Raheem Sterling combined to bundle the ball into the net just before half-time, but the goal was controversially ruled out because Leroy Sane's cross ... Read More »

Emmanuel Macron ahead of Le Pen in french polls


The two candidates will head to a runoff on May 7, according to nearly complete results. "For months, the media, all the media, and the CAC40 (stock exchange index) have been campaigning for Macron", law professor Anne-Marie Lepourhiet said bitterly. Read More »

American and Russian arrive at International Space Station

The International Space Station crew members Jack Fischer of the USA (top) and Fyodor Yurchikhin of Russian Federation board the Soyuz MS-04 spacecraft for the launch at the Baikonur cosmodrome, Kazakhstan, April 20, 2017. Fischer and Yurchikhin will be onboard the ISS to witness whether Whitson breaks the 534-day American record for cumulative days in space previously held by Jeff Williams. Read More »

Why didn't Samsung upgrade the main camera on the S8?


While we have mentioned that the regular Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus will also come bundled with the Microsoft apps, the special edition ones will have more such apps in them. Most of the smartphones that have been launched are yet to be available on the market. Samsung filed for the patent of foldable smartphone and tablet earlier in 2016. Read More »

NES Classic back on sale tomorrow at Best Buy


As our recent Bonus View Poll showed, many of you were disappointed to miss out on the now-discontinued Nintendo NES Classic Edition, which jerk-bags are currently scalping on eBay and the Amazon Market Place for close to $300. The last shipments of the NES Classic arrive through April. In addition, the Classic Controllers production will also be halted. The retro console comes pre-installed with 30 classic NES games including Super Mario Bros., Pac-Man, Metroid, Donkey Kong, The Legend of ... Read More »

Ruth Sulzberger Holmberg, past newspaper publisher, 96, dies


She is survived by three sons, Michael Golden, New York, NY, vice chairman of The New York Times; Arthur Golden, Brookline, MA, writer, whose works include "Memoirs of a Geisha";; Stephen Golden, Tucson, AZ; and a daughter, Lynn G. In this August 16, 2011, photo, Ruth Sulzberger Holmberg talks about the Walnut Street Bridge plaques at a ceremony in Chattanooga, Tenn. It adds she graduated from Smith College, arrived in Chattanooga in 1946, and rose to become publisher of The Chattanooga ... Read More »

April 22 is Earth Day

The march is seen by worldwide organisers as "a global effort to push back against a political climate that has become increasingly hostile toward sound, evidence-based science and its value to society". Politics will always play a role in environmental issues such as pipeline routing, frac sand mining, you name it. The State level function was held at Manipur State Film Development Society auditorium under Directorate of Environment where Minister of Forests and Environment, Horticulture & ... Read More »

Scientists Take To Washington To Stress A Nonpartisan Agenda

On the other side, the Environmental Protection Agency , an agency run by an administrator that denies the established science of climate change and an organization that the Trump administration has proposed radical cuts to. "I don't think anyone wants to go back to that". The march in London was one of hundreds of similar events taking place around the globe, from Australia to the U.S., in a mass celebration of scientific endeavour. Read More »

Warriors without Kevin Durant, Steve Kerr for Game 3; Jusuf Nurkic returns

It could have even been that he was 97 or 98 percent as opposed to 100. However, at 3:00. he met with the media, and announced he will not be coaching in Game 4. The Warriors will take on Portland on the road in Game 4 on Monday with an opportunity to complete the sweep. It's most likely that Durant will also sit out of the game. Read More »

QB Cameron Rising flips commitment to Texas

Rising made the switch on the same day the junior was fitted for a tuxedo for the prom. The 6-foot-2, 209-pounder is also rated as the No. 16 overall prospect in the state. Follow us on Twitter , Facebook and Instagram to stay updated with the latest news and exclusive giveaways! He is now the Editor-in-Chief of Campus Sports. Read More »

Heading Into Game 4, Are The Pacers Done?

It was another milestone day for James, who moved past Michael Cooper, Magic Johnson and James Worthy on the league's list of consecutive first-round wins, and past Tim Duncan for most career sweeps, according to Elias Sports Bureau. The epic game was in the regular season when they led by 26 points in the fourth quarter on April 9 against the Atlanta Hawks and eventually lost in overtime. Read More »

Thousands turn out for March for Science in US cities


Paleontology student Jade Simon said she was marching for fact-based policy at the March for Science Toronto on Saturday . That march paved the way for the advocacy organization that she now heads up, Evidence for Democracy. All photos by Nick TurnerAndre Perkins: "I'm marching because I'm a climate scientist and I'm anxious about what might happen to us in the future". Scientists involved in the march said they were anxious about political and public rejection of established science ... Read More »

Champs-Elysees gunman was previously detained but not deemed a threat

Marc-Olivier Padis, research director at the Terra Nova think tank, and an analyst of French politics, said he had heard Trump had reacted to Thursday's terrorist attack, but did not know what the USA president had said until he was told. Coming just days after police said they had foiled another planned Islamist attack, arresting two men in the southern city of Marseille, the Champs Elysees shooting dominated the final day of election campaigning. Read More »

Saturday's March Aims To Stand Up For Science

Denis Hayes, who co-organized the first Earth Day 47 years ago, said the crowd he saw from the speaker's platform down the street from the White House was energized and "magical" in a rare way, similar to what he saw in the first Earth Day. Read More »

President Trump To Call NASA Astronaut Peggy Whitson In Space This Monday

Also participating in the Earth-to-space call will be NASA astronaut Jack Fischer, who arrived at the orbiting laboratory on April 20. Peggy Whitson is on a record-breaking track. However, her stay aboard the space station was prolonged through a new agreement with Roscosmos , the Russian agency in partnership with NASA. Whitson is the first woman to command the space station twice, the oldest woman ever to travel in space, and holds the record for most spacewalks conducted by a female ... Read More »