Daily Archives: October 1, 2019

Former Republican congressman Collins pleads guilty in insider-trading case

The plea came one day after the New Yorker resigned his House seat. PowerPost

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Got a question about black holes? Let’s get to the bottom of…

Got a question about black holes? Let’s get to the bottom of these odd phenomena. Ask our black hole expert anything! Black holes are mystifying yet terrifying cosmic phenomena. Unfortunately, people… NASA

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UPS broke into drone deliveries shuttling medical samples. Now it’s ready to take off

Washington, DC (CNN Business) UPS is one step closer to making drone deliveries nationwide. On Tuesday, the Federal Aviation Administration announced it had granted UPS a certificate to operate limited drone delivery services across the United States. Google Alert – breaking news

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Number of House Republicans heading for the exits grows to 20 with Thornberry retirement, Collins resignation

Thornberry, a 13-term lawmaker from Texas, said he would not seek reelection next year. Collins is stepping down ahead of an expected guilty plea Tuesday on insider-trading charges. PowerPost

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Ukrainian president meets Tom Cruise, admits he’s ‘goodlooking’

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy may be at the center of an United States impeachment scandal but that doesn’t mean he going to turn down a chance to meet one of the biggest actors in the world. Fox News – Breaking News Updates | Latest News Headlines | Photos & News Videos

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Most mobile browsers display the Web, that’s it—Vivaldi Mobile can change that

Here are a few of what Vivaldi views as the key features of its new mobile browser: up first, Notes. “The Notes tool lets you jot down ideas and gather inspiration without interrupting your browsing by jumping to a separate app. Create Notes as you browse and sync them securely between all your devices.” [credit: Vivaldi ] Vivaldi—makers of the ...

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Istanbul’s new airport is one of the world’s largest. A fleet of humanoid robots is helping passengers find their way around.

How do you help millions of passengers navigate one of the world’s largest airports? In Turkey, the answer is a fleet of humanoid robots. Innovations

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