Liberals Are Begging Obama To Ram Garland Through This One-Minute Window On Tuesday

Judge Merrick Garland speaks at the podium as U.S. President Barack Obama applauds after Obama announced him as his nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court, in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington D.C., March 16, 2016. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque/File photo The prospect of multiple Supreme Court appointments looms large over the incoming...

Italy makes 12 vaccinations compulsory for children

The government in Italy has ruled that children must be vaccinated against 12 common illnesses before they can enrol for state-run schools. Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni blamed a decrease in vaccinations in part on a "spread of anti-scientific theories". Italy has recorded nearly three times as many measles cases so far this year than...

Last of ‘too silky’ woolly mammoths blighted by bad mutations

Woolly mammoths were in the grip of a mutational meltdown before dying out, scientists have revealed, adding that the last surviving population of the hairy giants might have had silky, soft coats, a poor sense of smell and even heartburn. Woolly mammoths died out in mainland North America and Siberia about 10,000 years ago...

Expect Q1 performance of IT firms to be muted, say experts

Top IT firms in the country are expected to report muted financial performance for the April- June quarter. (Photo:IE) Top IT firms in the country are expected to report muted financial performance for the April- June quarter, with margins coming under pressure on account of rupee appreciation and wage revision, according to analysts. Indian...

Roman Reigns vs. Rusev: Winner and Reaction from WWE Hell in a Cell 2016

Roman Reigns retained the WWE United States Championship Sunday night at Hell in a Cell by defeating Rusev in a Hell in a Cell match. Reigns won by hitting Rusev with a leaping spear off the stairs and was able to get the pin. The WWE Universe shared of Reigns standing tall with his...

Colin Trevorrow and the young cast of ‘The Book of Henry’ crack open the L.A. Film Festival

Actor Jacob Tremblay from the movie, "The Book of Henry," on the red carpet at the opening of the Los Angeles Film Festival at the Arclight in Culver City, CA. (Francine Orr / Los Angeles Times) L.A. Film Festival opened on Wednesday night with the world premiere of “The Book of Henry,” directed by...

Venezuela’s Foreign Reserves Will Soon Run Out, Raising Threat of Debt Default

REUTERS/Jorge Silva The government of Venezuela has little over $10 billion of foreign reserves cash, CNN reports, suggesting it will soon run out of funds completely. The nation’s socialist government has vowed not to default on its debts but has done little to stop the rapidly growing hyperinflation and spread of poverty and hunger....

New election analysis: Yes, it really was blatant racism that gave us President Donald Trump

It’s worth remembering, particularly when the Hillary Clinton recrimination news cycle is in full swing, that Donald Trump is president today because of a margin of fewer than 80,000 votes spread across three states. “The most important states, though, were Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin,” Philip Bump in the Washington Post wrote in December. “Trump...

The Death of Vine Isn’t Just the End of an App. It’s the End of an Artistic Medium.

ITkach/ Vine bore rich fruits. My first attempt to make a Vine was an unqualified disaster. Following the instructions in the app, I cobbled together three quick shots: an empty chair, an empty desk, the chair again—a six-second sequence, scored to a song by a band called Lake that I don’t remember putting onto...

‘Skull & Bones’ Will Include A Single-Player Campaign Alongside Multiplayer Gameplay

Ubisoft’s upcoming naval combat game, Skull & Bones, debuted at E3 2017 with a demonstration of two teams of players battling each other. Although many were excited about the concept of fighting against other players in a pirate game, a number of people also wanted to see a co-operative multiplayer or single-player experience. Pirates...


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