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Fukushima’s Nuclear Imprint Is Found in California Wine (Drinkers, Don’t Panic)1h 15m Updated Fukushima’s Nuclear Imprint Is Found in California Wine (Drinkers, Don’t Panic)
A French research team says it has stumbled on the Japanese disaster’s signature in California wine, but the radioactive levels are too low to be dangerous.
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Bayer Will Stop Selling the Troubled Essure Birth Control Implants1h 25m Updated Bayer Will Stop Selling the Troubled Essure Birth Control Implants
Thousands of women have sued the company, claiming that the device has caused severe harm, including perforation of the uterus, hemorrhaging and death.
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 Facebook suspends Boston analytics firm Crimson Hexagon over data usage 1h 43m Facebook suspends Boston analytics firm Crimson Hexagon over data usage
Facebook said on Friday that it has suspended Boston-based analytics firm Crimson Hexagon while it investigates how it collects and shares Facebook and Instagram's user data.
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 Necrow-philia: Shocking study reveals crows sometimes attempt to have sex with DEAD birds 1h 56m Updated Necrow-philia: Shocking study reveals crows sometimes attempt to have sex with DEAD birds
Researchers from the University of Washington studying how crows behave in the presence of death discovered that some birds don’t simply interact with the body – they try to have sex with it.
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Trilobites: You Should Actually Send That Thank You Note You’ve Been Meaning to Write2h Updated Trilobites: You Should Actually Send That Thank You Note You’ve Been Meaning to Write
New research showed the recipients of an emailed expression of gratitude felt much more “ecstatic” than writers expected.
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Skin Deep: We’ve Reached Peak Tick Anxiety3h Skin Deep: We’ve Reached Peak Tick Anxiety
How the tiny arachnid became the hottest topic of the summer.
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Weatherwatch: heatwave brings death and civil unrest3h Weatherwatch: heatwave brings death and civil unrest
The dry and hot summer of 1911 drove Londoners to paddle in the Serpentine while, in the north, mills closed for lack of power The long hot summer of 1911 is credited with changing fashions, with women shedding whalebone corsets and brassieres becoming the rage. Edwardian aristocrats are said to have taken up nude tennis at their country estates, although at the ever more crowded seaside resorts men and women still used bathing machines towed into the sea. The sexes were kept segregated in case any flesh was exposed.
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 Study finds use of bots and misleading posts on social media has exploded globally in the last year 3h Study finds use of bots and misleading posts on social media has exploded globally in the last year
'Junk news' and fake accounts are rapidly spreading across the globe. About 48 countries carried out social media manipulation campaigns in 2017, up from 28 in the year prior.
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Heat Wave Scorches Sweden as Wildfires Rage in the Arctic Circle4h Updated Heat Wave Scorches Sweden as Wildfires Rage in the Arctic Circle
High temperatures and low rainfall have fueled fires across the country. Elsewhere in Europe, drought in Britain and Ireland has exposed ancient structures.
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 Employers SHOULD make their staff feel guilty for letting their boss down 6h Employers SHOULD make their staff feel guilty for letting their boss down
According to a study from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business, if employees anticipate feeling guilty when failing to meet expectations, they will become more trustworthy (stock).
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 Houses of the future could have genetically-modified plants built in to the WALLS 6h Houses of the future could have genetically-modified plants built in to the WALLS
University of Tennessee staff have come up wit a blueprint to install walls made of dense, genetically-modified plants to act as a subtle signal when hazardous chemicals are in the air.
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Seagull rage: why humans and birds are at war in Britain6h Seagull rage: why humans and birds are at war in Britain
There have been a number of bird attacks reported, including one man persecuted by seagulls each morning and another man who reacted violently to having his chips stolen
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 UK High Court grants new order to stop illegal Premier League streams 7h Updated UK High Court grants new order to stop illegal Premier League streams
Football fans the length and breadth of Britain will find it harder to illegally watch Premier League games as a court order aims to curtail the illegal habit.
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Law That Saved the Bald Eagle Could Be Vastly Reworked7h Law That Saved the Bald Eagle Could Be Vastly Reworked
The revisions have wide-reaching implications, including for how the federal government would protect species from climate change.
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 Google reveals plans to string a 4,000-mile-long undersea cable from France to Virginia by 2020 7h Google reveals plans to string a 4,000-mile-long undersea cable from France to Virginia by 2020
The web giant said in a statement that the 4,000-mile-long (6,400km) undersea cable will land stateside in Virginia Beach.
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 Video reveals how Martian-wide dust storm transformed the red planet 7h Video reveals how Martian-wide dust storm transformed the red planet
Scientists from Nasa's Goddard Spaceflight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, first observed a smaller-scale dust storm on May 30, but by June 20, it had gone global.
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 UK Heatwave causes build-up of deadly algae in British lakes 7h UK Heatwave causes build-up of deadly algae in British lakes
Four Cumbrian lakes are infected with a deadly algae that can kill animals and causes skin rashes, eye irritation, vomiting, diarrhoea, fever and in rare cases, brain damage.
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Climate campaigners lose high court battle over carbon target7h Climate campaigners lose high court battle over carbon target
Charity had argued the government was in breach of international obligations under the Paris agreement Environmental campaigners have lost their high court challenge against the government over its policy for tackling climate change. The charity Plan B Earth brought legal action against the government’s stance on the 2050 carbon target, set out under the Climate Change Act 2008.
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Bayer Will Stop Selling Essure Birth Control Implants8h Bayer Will Stop Selling Essure Birth Control Implants
Thousands of women have complained that the device has caused injuries, including perforation of the uterus.
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 Heatwave causes build-up of deadly algae in British lakes 8h Heatwave causes build-up of deadly algae in British lakes
Four Cumbrian lakes are infected with a deadly algae that can kill animals and causes skin rashes, eye irritation, vomiting, diarrhoea, fever and in rare cases, brain damage.
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Formerly extinct ibis taught to migrate by following light aircraft9h Formerly extinct ibis taught to migrate by following light aircraft
Birds bred in captivity are led on their three-week migration south from Germany by human ‘foster parents’ in light aircraft Leaning out of an ultralight aircraft, Corinna Esterer turns toward a flock of peculiar black birds soaring just a few metres away. “Come, come ibis,” she yells through her megaphone. Drawn by Esterer’s voice, the birds dart to the aircraft, and follow it to a field overlooking Lake Constance in southern Germany. Once on the ground, the ibis flock to Esterer. To the birds, the young woman is their parent. For more than 300 years, the northern bald ibis has been extinct in the wild in central Europe, with small populations surviving only in zoos. But recently, it has celebrated a slow but steady comeback thanks to human foster parents who have shown the birds how to migrate south by leading the way in ultralight aircraft.
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 Video reveals how Martian-wide dust storm has transformed the red planet 9h Updated Video reveals how Martian-wide dust storm has transformed the red planet
Scientists from Nasa's Goddard Spaceflight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland, first observed a smaller-scale dust storm on May 30, but by June 20, it had gone global.
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Trilobites: White Clover Can Be an Annoying Weed. It May Also Hold Secrets to Urban Evolution.9h Trilobites: White Clover Can Be an Annoying Weed. It May Also Hold Secrets to Urban Evolution.
The ubiquitous plant alters its defense systems in a tougher environment, prompting researchers to call it a perfect test species for study as urban areas expand.
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Arctic wild goose chase threatens chicks as temperatures rise9h Arctic wild goose chase threatens chicks as temperatures rise
Migrating geese race to warmer Arctic but are too worn out to lay their eggs early when they get there.
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Share your pictures of the Big Butterfly Count9h Share your pictures of the Big Butterfly Count
As the world’s biggest butterfly count gets underway we’d like to see pictures of what you’ve seen where you are
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The week in wildlife – in pictures10h Updated The week in wildlife – in pictures
A newly discovered bandy bandy snake species, jumping sweetfish and baby tarantulas in Derbyshire are among this week’s pick of images from the natural world
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Hold Still, Butterflies. Britain Is Counting.10h Hold Still, Butterflies. Britain Is Counting.
Tens of thousands of volunteers are being sought for a survey of butterflies and day-flying moths, which are important indicators of an environment’s health.
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 Experts blast Facebook over its latest content guidelines 11h Updated Experts blast Facebook over its latest content guidelines
Controversy surrounding Facebook's moderation rules continues, with a University of Chicago professor and a prominent techno-sociologist saying the problem is vast and will be difficult to resolve.
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 Radiation from smartphones could trigger memory loss in teenagers, new study reveals 11h Updated Radiation from smartphones could trigger memory loss in teenagers, new study reveals
Researchers from the Swiss Tropical and Public Health Institute studied nearly 700 adolescents between the ages of 12 and 17 in Switzerland (stock image).
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Crop failure and bankruptcy threaten farmers as drought grips Europe11h Crop failure and bankruptcy threaten farmers as drought grips Europe
Abnormally hot temperatures continue to wreak devastation across northern and central parts of the continent Farmers across northern and central Europe are facing crop failure and bankruptcy as one of the most intense regional droughts in recent memory strengthens its grip. States of emergency have been declared in Latvia and Lithuania, while the sun continues to bake Swedish fields that have received only 12% of their normal rainfall.
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 Could solar energy be cheaper than fossil fuels? A new battery could make the technology 95% cheaper 12h Updated Could solar energy be cheaper than fossil fuels? A new battery could make the technology 95% cheaper
A London-based UK-Swedish company called United Sun Systems has created a battery that converts heat from the sun to electricity, which unlike light from the sun, can be stored.
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Whale killing: DNA shows Iceland whale was rare hybrid12h Whale killing: DNA shows Iceland whale was rare hybrid
Genetic material proves that the animal killed off the coast of Iceland was not a blue whale but a rare hybrid.
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97% of House Republicans foolishly reject carbon taxes | Dana Nuccitelli14h 97% of House Republicans foolishly reject carbon taxes | Dana Nuccitelli
It’s an improvement from 100% two years ago, but GOP climate denial is cracking too slowly
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 Smart speakers will be joined to the health service website to create a virtual doctor 14h Smart speakers will be joined to the health service website to create a virtual doctor
New UK Government Health and Social Care Secretary, Matt Hancock, will today announce plans to connect Amazon Echo smart speakers to the NHS website to give it expert health advice.
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Interior Department Proposes a Vast Reworking of the Endangered Species Act15h Updated Interior Department Proposes a Vast Reworking of the Endangered Species Act
The revisions have wide-reaching implications, including for how the federal government would protect species from climate change.
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Counting crows: Vancouver college maps thousands of attacks15h Counting crows: Vancouver college maps thousands of attacks
Tool launched in response to dive-bombing birds documents 2,500 attacks since 2016 It was a crow fiercely protecting its nest – and repeated complaints of it dive-bombing and swooping – that prompted the idea. “Just about every day someone would come in and say, ‘I got smacked in the back of the head, or Mary got smacked in the back of the head,’” said Jim O’Leary, a teacher at Langara College in Vancouver, Canada.
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A Honeybee Heart has Five Openings and Buzz review – the wonders of bee life16h A Honeybee Heart has Five Openings and Buzz review – the wonders of bee life
A memoir of a life put back on track by beekeeping, and a hopeful study of bees in the wild Early on in Helen Jukes’s
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Is UK barbecue charcoal fuelling global deforestation?17h Is UK barbecue charcoal fuelling global deforestation?
A growing taste for al fresco dining is driving record charcoal sales in the UK but is it also fuelling global deforestation and climate change?
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Sir David Attenborough urges British public to join butterfly count19h Sir David Attenborough urges British public to join butterfly count
Veteran broadcaster encourages people to take part in Big Butterfly Count and highlights mental health benefits of wildlife Watching nature provides “precious breathing space” from the stress of modern life, Sir David Attenborough has said, as he urges people to take part in the world’s biggest butterfly count. While the UK’s butterflies are basking in the best summer conditions in more than a decade, if the hot weather becomes a drought it could be catastrophic for the insects as plants wither and caterpillars starve.
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Merck to Lower Prices on Some Drugs, but Not its Blockbusters21h Merck to Lower Prices on Some Drugs, but Not its Blockbusters
The drugs singled out for discounts include the flagging hepatitis C treatment Zepatier and six drugs that have lost their patent protection.
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Judge Throws Out New York Climate Lawsuit21h Judge Throws Out New York Climate Lawsuit
A federal judge has dismissed a suit brought by the city that would have forced fossil fuel companies to pay for some costs of climate change.
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A Cobra Strikes. A Magician Is Stricken. Middle Eastern Foes Unite.22h Updated A Cobra Strikes. A Magician Is Stricken. Middle Eastern Foes Unite.
After an Egyptian cobra bit a famous Turkish illusionist, officials scrambled to get him to Cairo for treatment. It was a rare instance of cooperation between the countries.
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 Uber partners with Cargo to let drivers sell goods during trips 25h Uber partners with Cargo to let drivers sell goods during trips
Uber drivers could soon offer you an energy bar or phone charger during your ride. The firm said it's partnering with Cargo to let riders purchase items from their driver while they're on the go.
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Marion Woodman, Explorer of the Feminine Mind, Dies at 8925h Updated Marion Woodman, Explorer of the Feminine Mind, Dies at 89
A Jungian psychoanalyst, she wrote popular books and lectured on mythical feminine archetypes and the primal, unconscious elements of feminine identity.
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 Neanderthals were creating FIRE 50,000 years ago using different tools 25h Neanderthals were creating FIRE 50,000 years ago using different tools
Researchers from Leiden University in the Netherlands identified mineral traces on Neanderthal tools that suggested they had been repeatedly struck with a hard mineral material.
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Trilobites: Why Are Some Crows Committing Acts of Necrophilia?26h Updated Trilobites: Why Are Some Crows Committing Acts of Necrophilia?
“It was certainly very surprising to me,” said the researcher who observed the birds’ strange behaviors when presented with crow cadavers.
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Pollutionwatch: hitting home, the everyday chemicals that boost the smogs27h Pollutionwatch: hitting home, the everyday chemicals that boost the smogs
Households as well as factories in the UK are pushing volatile chemicals into the air, helping to create those long-lasting hazes The recent hot weather has allowed us to enjoy life outdoors – afternoons in the park, evenings in the garden – but it comes with a downside. Summer smog has enveloped the UK, with southern England the worst affected. In south-east England air pollution was moderate or high on the government’s information system for 17 consecutive days. This was the longest run of summer smog for seven years. Across Lancashire, Manchester and Merseyside, smoke from
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Plastic bags that biodegrade to nothing?27h Plastic bags that biodegrade to nothing?
It sounds like the perfect solution, but critics say it failed their test.
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 Cassini mosaics reveal clearest views of Titan 27h Cassini mosaics reveal clearest views of Titan
Using 13 years of data from Cassini’s VIMS instrument, NASA has stitched together the most detailed global view yet, showing what Titan might look like if one could see right through its thick haze.
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 Tesla says Model 3 refunds not outpacing deposits 27h Updated Tesla says Model 3 refunds not outpacing deposits
More and more Model 3 buyers have been cancelling their orders in recent weeks amid extended delays and fears that the promise of a full tax credit will expire.
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 Gmail users at risk of phishing attacks, US intelligence officials warn 28h Gmail users at risk of phishing attacks, US intelligence officials warn
The Department of Homeland Security warned that the feature presents a 'potential emerging threat', adding that all of Gmail's 1.4 billion global users were at risk.
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 Rogue star brushed our solar system billions of years ago 28h Rogue star brushed our solar system billions of years ago
A stellar flyby scattered thousands of our star system's small icy worlds into strange positions and orbits, researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy in Bonn, Germany, said.
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 Walmart may be planning a Netflix-style subscription streaming service 28h Walmart may be planning a Netflix-style subscription streaming service
Walmart is considering taking a page from Netflix and launching its own video streaming service to take on Amazon, the Information reports, citing sources close to the situation.
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 New species of armoured dinosaur discovered in Utah 28h Updated New species of armoured dinosaur discovered in Utah
Researchers from the University of Utah dug up the creature from the desert at the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in Kane County, Utah.
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mind: Psychology Itself Is Under Scrutiny29h Updated mind: Psychology Itself Is Under Scrutiny
Many famous studies of human behavior cannot be reproduced. Even so, they revealed aspects of our inner lives that feel true.
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 Archaeologists OPEN mystery 9-foot black sarcophagus in Egypt, despite repeated warnings of a CURSE 29h Updated Archaeologists OPEN mystery 9-foot black sarcophagus in Egypt, despite repeated warnings of a CURSE
The move to open the coffin, which was was confirmed by Mostafa Waziri, secretary general of the Supreme Council of Antiquities of Egypt.
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Trilobites: The Stuff That Helps Leeches Get Their Fill of Blood29h Updated Trilobites: The Stuff That Helps Leeches Get Their Fill of Blood
Researchers examined the arsenal of anticoagulants used by marine leeches to feed on turtles, fish and even sharks.
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 Facebook could face huge fines in Ireland 29h Facebook could face huge fines in Ireland
Speaking in Derrynane, County Kerry, Ireland's taoiseach, Leo Varadkar, blasted Facebook's handling of violent content after it was revealed videos stayed live after being reported.
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Coalition’s national energy guarantee predicted to drive up power prices30h Coalition’s national energy guarantee predicted to drive up power prices
New modelling forecasts Labor’s 45% target will force down Australian prices but government’s 26% will not A national energy guarantee with a more ambitious emissions reduction target of 45% by 2030 would lead to power prices falling over the life of the scheme in contrast to the Turnbull government’s proposal, according to new modelling. With the Neg bound for a make-or-break meeting in August, the new number crunching by the respected energy analysts RepuTex, funded by Greenpeace, boosts the case for emissions reduction in the scheme to be made more ambitious.
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 Rogue star that brushed our solar system billions of years ago may explain strange stellar objects 30h Rogue star that brushed our solar system billions of years ago may explain strange stellar objects
A stellar flyby scattered thousands of our star system's small icy worlds into strange positions and orbits, researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy in Bonn, Germany, said.
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Subsidies for new household solar panels to end next year31h Subsidies for new household solar panels to end next year
Renewable energy installations will no longer benefit from feed-in tariff, ministers confirm The renewables industry and green groups have accused ministers of striking a major blow against household solar power after the government said a green energy subsidy scheme would end next year without a replacement. The closure of the feed-in tariff (FIT) to new applicants from next April marks the final chapter for the scheme, which has encouraged more than 800,000 households to install solar panels since it was launched in 2010.
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 Google parent company Alphabet is bringing its internet-beaming balloons to Kenya next year 32h Google parent company Alphabet is bringing its internet-beaming balloons to Kenya next year
Alphabet's Loon said it would deploy its balloons to beam high-speed Internet access with Telkom Kenya next year to cover rural and suburban populations, marking its first deal in Africa.
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 1.4 BILLION Gmail users are at risk of phishing attacks, US intelligence officials warn 32h 1.4 BILLION Gmail users are at risk of phishing attacks, US intelligence officials warn
The Department of Homeland Security warned that the feature presents a 'potential emerging threat', adding that all of Gmail's 1.4 billion global users were at risk.
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 Royal Observatory Greenwich award showcases space like never before 32h Updated Royal Observatory Greenwich award showcases space like never before
Astronomy photographers from all around the world will compete to win the competition, hosted by the Royal Observatory Greenwich, with the winners due to be announced on October 23.
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These Birds Are Racing to Their Mating Grounds. It’s Exhausting. 33h These Birds Are Racing to Their Mating Grounds. It’s Exhausting.
Global warming is making some geese speed up their northward spring migration. That means trouble when they arrive in the Arctic.
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79 Moons of Jupiter and Counting33h Updated 79 Moons of Jupiter and Counting
The latest survey of the region around the gas giant turned up a dozen new moons, including an oddball that was going in the wrong direction.
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Remembering an Era Before Roe, When New York Had the ‘Most Liberal’ Abortion Law33h Updated Remembering an Era Before Roe, When New York Had the ‘Most Liberal’ Abortion Law
In 1970, before Roe v. Wade established a constitutional right to abortion, New York became a magnet for women seeking to terminate their pregnancies legally.
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 Facebook cracks down on bogus posts inciting violence 33h Updated Facebook cracks down on bogus posts inciting violence
The new tactic being spread through the global social network was tested in Sri Lanka, which was recently rocked by inter-religious violence over false information.
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 Amazon is worth $900 billion after Prime Day madness 33h Updated Amazon is worth $900 billion after Prime Day madness
Amazon saw a record amount of sales during its marquee event this week, and that helped drive stock prices up to a record high. Amazon's stock has surged more than 57 per cent in 2018.
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 Stunning images capture the beauty of space like never before 34h Updated Stunning images capture the beauty of space like never before
Astronomy photographers from all around the world will compete to win the competition, hosted by the Royal Observatory Greenwich, with the winners due to be announced on October 23.
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 Collapse of two threatened Antarctic ice shelves would raise global sea levels by an INCH 34h Updated Collapse of two threatened Antarctic ice shelves would raise global sea levels by an INCH
Scientists have previously calculated that a sea level rise of just 20cm (7.9") could cause $1 trillion (£0.77 trillion) in damage to the world's coastal cities every year.
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Slowing Gulf Stream current to boost warming for 20 years36h Slowing Gulf Stream current to boost warming for 20 years
Atlantic system that warms the UK is slowing down but scientists say this will cause more not less heating.
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Two halves of Attenborough polar ship joined together37h Two halves of Attenborough polar ship joined together
Engineers at Cammell Laird shipyard add the top six decks to the hull of the UK's new polar ship.
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 Watch out for the fake Facebook email offering £70 to do a survey 37h Updated Watch out for the fake Facebook email offering £70 to do a survey
Britons are being warned not to fall for an email scam, which appears to be sent from Facebook's 'user experience research' team.
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Can ditching meat and dairy open up new taste sensations? My week as a foodie vegan38h Can ditching meat and dairy open up new taste sensations? My week as a foodie vegan
My first attempt at veganism left me living on chips. This time, Zoe Williams explores a whole new world of culinary possibilities, from vegan cheese to falafel koftes I’m going to describe the process of making vegan cheese. Later, I’ll tell you how popular veganism is, how it’s the dietary habit of the age, how all its staples and hangouts have changed and how to cook a vegan dinner for omnivores in a way that won’t leave them feeling shortchanged on deliciousness or still hungry. But first I have to talk about the cheese, because I found it quite traumatic. You grind cashews in a food processor, then add garlic powder, salt, onion powder and deactivated nutritional yeast. The latter ingredient won’t make anything rise; it brings nothing to the party except its distinctive flavour, which vegans call “cheesy”, but is more accurately “yeasty”. That done, you heat soya milk with oil and several flakes of
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Theresa May announces new environment bill38h Theresa May announces new environment bill
PM commits to laws that will ensure environmental protection improves - but not everyone is convinced.
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 Rare beaked whales spotted for only the third time in the North Atlantic 39h Updated Rare beaked whales spotted for only the third time in the North Atlantic
The sighting came during a wildlife photography trip organised by charity Orca. where ferry passengers saw them breaching the waters off the coast off Santander in Spain.
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Before Roe, New York Was America’s ‘Abortion Capital.’ Where Will Women Turn if Access Shrinks?39h Before Roe, New York Was America’s ‘Abortion Capital.’ Where Will Women Turn if Access Shrinks?
In 1970, New York had the most liberal abortion law in the nation, turning it into a magnet for women who wanted to terminate their pregnancies legally.
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 Alyssa Carson hopes to be the first human to reach Mars 40h Updated Alyssa Carson hopes to be the first human to reach Mars
Ever since 17 year old Alyssa Carson, from Hammond, Louisiana, watched a cartoon with spacefaring friends as a little girl she has had her heart set on the stars.
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One-third of UK supermarket plastic is not easily recyclable, analysis shows42h One-third of UK supermarket plastic is not easily recyclable, analysis shows
Morrisons leads league table of supermarkets analysed for the proportion of their packaging that can be recycled Almost a third of
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Sydney waste-power incinerator blocked over air quality fears43h Sydney waste-power incinerator blocked over air quality fears
Planning commission finds ‘uncertainty’ around the massive project’s emissions A plan for a massive waste-to-energy incinerator in western Sydney has been blocked, after the New South Wales Independent Planning Commission ruled there was “uncertainty” over human health and environmental impacts. The
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Bowing to Trump, Novartis Joins Pfizer in Freezing Drug Prices43h Updated Bowing to Trump, Novartis Joins Pfizer in Freezing Drug Prices
The move comes as drug companies scramble to show they are responding to criticism about their rising prices, including from President Trump.
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Sydney waste-power incinerator knocked back over air quality fears43h Sydney waste-power incinerator knocked back over air quality fears
Planning commission finds ‘uncertainty’ around the massive project’s emissions A plan for a massive waste-to-energy incinerator in western Sydney has been kiboshed, after the New South Wales Independent Planning Commission ruled there was “uncertainty” over human health and environmental impacts. The
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