• Shock Poll Says Britain Could Be Heading For Hung Parliament

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    But on Wednesday the race was electrified when a projection by the polling company YouGov suggested that far from winning a landslide, May's majority would be wiped out - and that the opposition Labour Party could form a government by partnering with a smaller group such as the Scottish nationalists.
  • United Nations warns Trump against quitting Paris Climate Deal

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    That's what Trump says in a tweet, and he adds: "MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!" During a press briefing in late March, when Trump was rolling out his anti-climate executive orders, a reporter asked a senior White House official whether the president accepted that humans contribute to climate change .
  • Pokeland Is the Next Pokemon Game for iOS and Android

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    Fans of Pokemon will be pleased to hear that Nintendo has announced Pokeland . The company has chose to call this game Pokeland and it has only released it in limited beta and that too for players in Japan only at this point in time. Pokeland is an entirely different kind of game. There is now a total of 134 types of Pocket Monsters with six islands and 52 different stages. Players will compete in duels across a number of islands, collecting and training Pokemon along the way.
  • Trump's Communications Director Mike Dubke Set to Leave White House

    Trump's Communications Director Mike Dubke Set to Leave White House

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    The outgoing communications director was a last-minute addition to the administration following the resignation of Jason Miller, who served on Trump's campaign. And if you were looking for evidence that he existed-like a detailed White House press strategy-during those brief months, its hard to find. The disclosure of the back channel has put the White House on the defensive.
  • Trump promises climate decision next week

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    The push to remain in the agreement included efforts from Ivanka Trump , the president's daughter, and Secretary of State Rex Tillerson , who argued that leaving the Paris Agreement severely weakened the US position on environmental and energy issues.
  • OnePlus 5 Release Date Said To Be In June Again

    OnePlus 5 Release Date Said To Be In June Again

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    The Chinese company is doing everything it can to keep up the hype around its flagship killer, so it's no wonder that there's now a poll for those who wish to vote on the packaging of the OnePlus 5. A couple of days back, it revealed first camera samples of OnePlus 5, which looked great. Nothing has been confirmed yet, but nearly all leaks have tipped OnePlus 5 to feature a dual rear camera setup, which is expected to be either 16-megapixel or 12-megapixel camera sensors.
  • Ancestors of ancient Egyptians came from Europe and Middle East, says study

    Ancestors of ancient Egyptians came from Europe and Middle East, says study

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    A team of worldwide scientists from the University of Tuebingen and the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History in Germany analyzed the DNA of 90 Egyptian mummies dating from approximately 1400 BCE to 400 CE. A map of Egypt shows the Abusir-el Meleq archaeological site (marked with an orange X), from where the mummy DNA came. This artifact, known as the Sarcophagus of Tadja, was found at the Abusir el-Meleq archeological site.
  • Trump says comic should be ashamed for severed head video

    Trump says comic should be ashamed for severed head video

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    The first video showed a straight-faced Griffin slowly lifting the bloody head. Journalists and analysts also condemned the photo ploy, which Griffin defended as "merely mocking" the president. Stanford University Law Professor Nathaniel Persily claims that Griffin's photo did not necessarily encourage other people to harm President Trump.
  • Water pipe explodes in Ukraine sending pavement flying, water gushing

    Water pipe explodes in Ukraine sending pavement flying, water gushing

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    Closed-circuit cameras in Ukraine captured the massive explosion of an underground water pipe Monday in Kiev. Somehow, despite the flying debris, no injuries were reported. Though, cars and a nearby building were damaged. The pipe reportedly hadn't been used in nearly forty years, so we're not sure what the team was expecting other than unmitigated disaster when they sent hundreds of thousands of gallons streaming through the system.
  • Ford gears up for the future with new chief executive

    Ford gears up for the future with new chief executive

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    A statement released by Ford explains Hackett's three priorities as, " Sharpening operational execution ", " Modernizing Ford's business ", and " Transforming the company to meet future challenges ". He was also COO and president of the company's Americas division, having been with Ford since 1989. The fact that industry sales are down overall in the United States after a two-year winning streak didn't help Fields' case either, the NYT says.
  • NASA's Solar Probe Plus Mission Will Be First to 'Touch the Sun'

    NASA's Solar Probe Plus Mission Will Be First to 'Touch the Sun'

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    Such observations can improve space weather forecasts and prepare Earth for drastic events like solar flares, which can cripple our electronics. It sounds impossible to even dream of reaching the sun but NASA is launching a mission called Solar Probe Plus that's set to take off in the summer of 2018.