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North Korea Strikes Again: Ballistic Missile Fired from Pyongsong

A ballistic missile was fired from the Pyongsong base on November 28 according to a South Korean news agency Yonhap reported that it was observed that a missile was launched “eastward from the vicinity of Pyongsong, South Pyongan Province, at dawn today.” Both South Korea and the U.S. have been analyzing the missile’s trajectory in an attempt to figure out where it landed. It was not clear how far the missi ...

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Scientists Used Origami as Inspiration to Build Artificial Muscle

Scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University have been inspired by Origami and created an artificial muscle that can lift 1,000 times its own weight The artificial muscle can lift up to 1,000 times its own weight and can be dexterous enough to grip and raise a flower. The device offers a new way to give soft robots great strength, which could be used everywhere from inside ...

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SoftBank was First to Know About Uber’s Data Breach

Uber Technologies declared on Thursday that it discussed the topic of a massive data breach with a potential investor, SoftBank Group Corp before going public The ride-hailing company is trying to fulfill a deal that consists of the Japanese company investing $10 billion for at least 14% of Uber, by buying out existing shareholders. "We informed SoftBank that we were investigating a data breach, consistent ...

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Woman Speaks Up: Joe Barton Warned Her Not to Release Explicit Photos

This week, Republican Joe Barton said that the US Capitol Police have started an investigation into how a sexually explicit photo of him was made available online At the same time, an anonymous woman has decided to speak up and told that Barton sent her lewd messages, as well as videos and images during a relationship that spanned many years, starting from 2011. The woman also said that she has discovered t ...

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Aircraft Crashes in Pacific On Its Way to USS Ronald Reagan

An aircraft carrying 11 people crashed while en route to the USS Ronald Reagen ship; search and rescue efforts have been made The US Navy helicopters rescued eight personnel who were on board the aircraft. They have been transferred to the ship for evaluation and are in good condition. However, there are still three people missing and are currently being searched for by the US Navy, with help from Japan. "S ...

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Trump’s Sanctuary Cities Executive Order Has Been Permanently Blocked by Judge

On Monday, a federal judge decided to block Donald Trump’s executive order that aimed to cut funding to the sanctuary cities – another effort to ramp up deportation and curb undocumented immigration William Orrick, San Francisco District Judge called the order “unconstitutional on its face” in his ruling. Numerous threats have come from the White House to cut federal law enforcement grants for cities that d ...

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Earth’s Slowing Rotation Might Lead to Deadly Earthquakes Next Year

Experts warn that deadly earthquakes are expected next year due to the slowing of Earth’s rotation Moreover, they warn that we “had it easy this year”, with only six massive earthquakes recorded. Scientists believe that we could have at least 20 massive earthquakes in the following year, most of which are expected to occur in tropical regions that are home to almost one billion people. The small changes in ...

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