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Abe, Trump discuss N.Korea amid rising tensions

North Korea often marks significant dates by displaying military capability, and South Korean officials say there's a chance the country will conduct its sixth nuclear test or its maiden test launch of an ICBM around the founding anniversary of its military on Tuesday. Read More »

Foreign minister calls for complete denuclearization


Instead, he said forget the inspections and said the United States would not support U.N. sanctions. A big part of the answer is China, which could erase North Korea's economy virtually overnight by cutting off trade. The war clouds may have momentarily subsided over Korea, as Pyongyang opted for parades rather than underground nuclear explosions on April 15. The recent escalation in tension will be front in center in Washington on Monday. Read More »

Now, Central Govt Wants Unique Identification Numbers For Cows


Yes you read it right! In order to offer better protection to cows and put an end to cattle smuggling esp. across the India-Bangladesh border, the central government on Monday proposed to the Supreme Court that each cow and its progeny across the country should be provided an Aadhaar-like Unique Identification Number. Read More »

600 'March for Science' protests planned Saturday


Organizers portrayed the march as political but not partisan, promoting the understanding of science as well as defending it from various attacks, including proposed US government budget cuts under Trump, such as a 20 percent slice of the National Institute of Health. Read More »

Soyuz capsule carrying American, Russian blasts off

As per the new collaboration terms, Whitson was designated to spend three extra months in space in order to ensure the full six-member crew for the upcoming Expedition 52. She will be occupying the third seat on the Soyuz MS-04 spacecraft when Mr Yurchikhin and Mr Fischer return to Earth in September. That day, Whitson will break the American record for most cumulative days in space. Read More »

American, Russian cheered as they reach International Space Station

This is the first two-person launch to the ISS in more than a decade, with Russian Federation scaling back its space station staffing until a much-delayed science laboratory is flown to the $100bn (£78bn) space station next year. 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 »

President Trump to mark 100th day in office with Pennsylvania rally

April 29 is also the date of the annual White House Correspondents' Association dinner in Washington. "You look at these big, lovely plants that are just rotting". "Those Trump tweet-storms, which contain some of his most controversial utterances, are usually prompted by something he has seen on television just moments before", wrote the Post's Ashley Carter and Robert Costa. Read More »

Matt LeBlanc praised for 'saving' Top Gear as current series impresses viewers


Viewers declared the BBC Two motoring programme to be "back on form" as the current series came to an end with a high-octane episode that saw the team dabbling in a spot of boat racing and LeBlanc giving some nude ramblers a ride. But it's unfair to compare it to Top Gear in its heyday, which truthfully involved Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May. But Chris quit the show after one series following the plummeting ratings and poor reviews and the current team of Matt, Chris and ... Read More »

Scammers targeting younger demographic with Nintendo Switch

With Nintendo Switch presenting the chance to enjoy home console gaming on the go, many have looked to make sure that they can keep their console protected in the best way possible. A system like the Nintendo Switch is a mismatched fit from the start. Although Nintendo Switch stock is very much fluctuating, the company has doubled the production of its latest gaming console. Read More »

Supply Ship Named After John Glenn Makes Landfall

The unmanned commercial spacecraft, on its seventh contracted resupply mission for NASA , was grappled by a robotic arm operated by astronauts inside the space station at 6:05 a.m. Pesquet said the more than three tons of pressurized cargo in the Cygnus spacecraft will be put to good use by Expedition 51 in its mission of research, exploration and discovery. Read More »

Supply ship named for John Glenn arrives at International Space Station

Four spacecraft are parked at the station including the Orbital ATK Cygnus resupply ship, the Progress 66 cargo craft and the Soyuz MS-03 and MS-04 crew vehicles as of 22 April 2017. EDT. The Orbital ATK Cygnus spacecraft named for Sen. After docking with the ISS Cygnus will stay in orbit for about three months. "The partnership between Kalitta and NASA is helping scientists around the world conduct important research and is helping NASA operate the International Space Station". Read More »

New Honda Civic Type R Smashes Nürburgring Record

Honda explained that the new Type R is faster than the older vehicle thanks to its aerodynamic changes, a new rear suspension, and the improved torsional stiffness of the body frame. "The cornering speed achieved in the new Type R is higher because the auto features a wider track and tyres, a longer wheelbase, new multi-link suspension in the rear and optimised aerodynamics that improves stability, " said Kijima-san. Read More »

Three Killed at Anti-Government Protests in Venezuela


In the latest turn of bloody events, deadly clashes have broken out between pro- and anti-government protesters. Mr. Tens of thousands of angry protesters took to the streets in 26 different points in attempt to march to the Ombudsman's office. Read More »

Cities across Canada join in worldwide March for Science


But while officially, the USA marches were non-political, President Trump made them so, putting out an official statement saying his administration is committed to " rigorous science ". Supporters carried signs showing images of a double helix and chemical symbols. March 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. Read More »

Dramas lead the field at BAFTA Craft Awards


The John Le Carré adaptation took the prizes for Editing: Fiction and Sound: Fiction at the awards show, which celebrates behind the scenes talent in TV production. And veteran prop master Bobby Warans, who has worked on more than 100 programmes from Absolutely Fabulous to The Two Ronnies and Strictly Come Dancing, received a special Bafta honouring his outstanding contribution over 40 years in the television industry. Read More »

President Trump to talk with US Astronauts on Space Station Monday

Commander of the station's Expedition 51 crew, Whitson will officially set the US record Monday for most cumulative days in space, surpassing NASA astronaut Jeff Williams' record of 534 days. Whitson, 57, is making her eighth career spacewalk, surpassing the record of seven previously held by American Suni Williams. They joined Whitson, Pesquet and Soyuz MS-03 commander Oleg Novitskiy, 10 days after three others returned to Earth. Read More »

Striking new light phenomenon named STEVE


The group called this unusual purple streak of light captured in their photographs a 'proton arc.' Proton arc is a mysterious form of northern lights or aurora borealis that is believed to be caused by protons entering the Earth's atmosphere. Read More »

New crew members arrive at International Space Station

The duo reached the ISS after a six-hour flight. Mr Fischer also had some comforting words for his mother. The two launched aboard a Soyuz MS-04 spacecraft from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan at 3:13 a.m. Jeffrey Williams now holds the 534-day record. Last week, Expedition 50 Commander Shane Kimbrough of NASA , and Flight Engineers Sergey Ryzhikov and Andrey Borisenko of the Russian space agency Roscosmos returned to Earth after 173 days in space. Read More »

New iPhone 8 Render Created from Leaked Design

Thankfully the source is designer, who has been a reliable source in the past. Apple is apparently testing an all-new iPhone design with an all-screen on the front panel, curved glass and a stainless unibody steel frame. If it doesn't manage to overcome the problem in time, it could delay the availability of the iPhone 8 till it does, get rid of Touch ID altogether in favor of iris/facial recognition, or shift the fingerprint scanner to the rear. Read More »

Mulvaney: Democrats Obstructionism on Border Wall 'Stunning'

A few days ago, he publicly spoke about offering a deal where for every dollar that goes to Obamacare subsidy payments, a dollar goes to funding the border wall. Mulvaney, a former Tea Party lawmaker from SC who once insisted on such spending offsets, said he wasn't sure the party orthodoxy still held: "I don't think we've decided that part yet". Read More »

UC Berkeley Backpedals, Reschedules Ann Coulter's Previously Canceled Talk

Later Wednesday she appeared on Fox News and told Tucker Carlson, "I'm definitely giving the speech", adding on Twitter that she would speak next Thursday. Earlier this year, another conservative flamethrower, Milo Yiannopoulos, was scheduled to speak on campus leading to violent riots before the University rescinded his invitation. Read More »

ISS Expedition 51 members arrive at the Space Station

It's all about suction, it's really hard, Mr Fischer told NASA in an interview before the launch from Kazakhstan's Baikonur cosmodrome. They reached orbit about nine minutes later, a moment illustrated when a stuffed white dog toy hanging from a string in the capsule began to float. Read More »

Station Crew Welcomes New Members and Waits for Cargo Mission

Baikonur time), orbited Earth four times, and docked at the space station. The Soyuz-FG rocket booster with Soyuz MS-04 spacecraft carrying a new crew to the International Space Station, ISS, blasts off at the Russian leased Baikonur cosmodrome, Kazakhstan, Thursday, April 20, 2017. Read More »

American, Russian cheered as they reach Intl Space Station

Yurchikhin and Fischer are beginning a five-month mission at ISS where three astronauts, including NASA's Peggy Whitson , are already stationed. There was a rare extra seat in the Soyuz capsule; Reuters reports that Russian Federation is scaling back its space station staffing as it prepares to prepares to send a laboratory to the ISS next year. Read More »