• Treasury team to meet Moody's in the US: Gigaba

    Treasury team to meet Moody's in the US: Gigaba

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    The Minister of Finance, Malusi Gigaba , is in full damage control mode following the appointment of Professor Chris Malikane as his economic advisor ahead of an important global investor roadshow in the United States. He added that Malikane was part of a group of advisers with diverse views. He will meet his global counterparts at the International Monetary Fund (IMF)/World Bank meeting in Washington DC, investors in Boston and NY and ratings agency Moody's which has the country on watch ...
  • Trump, Republicans face test in Georgia congressional race

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    The last congressional election in Georgia's 6th Congressional District, the Republican incumbent won by more than 20 percentage points. But a first round win for Ossoff would be the first blow in what is shaping up to be a bitter, 18-month battle for control of the US Congress in the 2018 elections that come halfway through Trump's presidential term.
  • President Trump Hosts 21000 to His 1st Easter Egg Roll

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    Melania Trump thanked the military as she welcomed the families to the White House before reading " Party Animals " by Kathie Lee Gifford to a group of children. "Little kid to have a passion for the game and to be knowledgeable and have a conversation with us, it makes me feel good about kids growing up playing the game".
  • Business and politics stoke record sales of Ivanka's brand

    Business and politics stoke record sales of Ivanka's brand

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    Ivanka Trump did not sign off on the new trademark applications, her brand said in a statement, adding that they are " not necessarily an indication that the brand is planning to launch a category or a store in a specific territory ". Let's all pray that there is direct proof that other countries are approving Trump trademarks to court his favor because if that is the case, (which we all know that it is) it could prove to be an impeachable offense.
  • So This South African Hunter May Have Been Eaten By Crocodiles

    So This South African Hunter May Have Been Eaten By Crocodiles

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    Mr van Zyl owns a company that takes foreigners on hunting safaris. Later that day his dogs returned to the camp without Mr Van Zyl. Rescue teams - using helicopters, trackers and divers - were able to find his tracks leading to the banks of the river and his backpack was also found nearby.
  • WSU Physicists Create Fluid With 'Negative Mass

    WSU Physicists Create Fluid With 'Negative Mass

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    As a result, the atoms took on negative mass. Mass will accelerate in the direction of the force. " Once you push, it accelerates backwards ", said Michael Forbes, who acted as a theorist analyzing the system. That sounds counter-intuitive given lasers usually heat stuff but scientists have been using lasers for cooling purposes for some years. Dr. Forbes and his co-authors, from Washington State University , OIST Graduate University in Japan, and Shanghai University in China, created the ...
  • Saturn's moon has nearly all conditions to support life

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    Cassini then sampled the plume's composition, and the scientists have determined that almost 98% of the gas in the plume is water, about 1% is hydrogen, and the rest is a mixture of other molecules including carbon dioxide, methane, and ammonia.
  • Georgia Special Election: Democrat Ossoff, Republican Handel Will Go to Run-off

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    There are plenty of areas that are more Democratic-friendly for the party to win the 24 seats needed to take back the House in 2018, but an outright victory by Ossoff would have been a major boon to their fundraising and recruiting. But Ossoff, a documentary filmmaker and former congressional aide, told energized supporters before all the returns were in that he and Democrats "shattered expectations" with their performance.
  • IPhone 8 May Ditch Touch ID

    IPhone 8 May Ditch Touch ID

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    It's one of three iPhones Apple is expected to unveil this fall. Also, one model has a glass back, with prominent curves on top and bottom, making it somewhat similar to the original iPhone, which came out in 2007. Mostly because the OLED displays the company has ordered aren't working well the Touch ID. If Apple fails to include an optical fingerprint sensor on the iPhone 8, it will have to rely on other biometric 3D-sensors to unlock the device.