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In March, Whitson broke the record for most spacewalks by a female astronaut. Peggy is now on a mission at the International Space station ending in September 2017, and will have logged more than 650 days by that time. Trump spoke at length with the record-breaking astronaut during the 20-minute "Earth-to-space" call session. Last month, after announcing sweeping cuts for much of the federal government, the president signed legislation authorising $19.5 billion in funding for NASA to help ...
  • Prey: 10 Things To Know When Starting A New Game

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    One of the main weapons is a gun that shoots a gooey substance. According to Gamersheroes , there are fabrication plans strewn about the Talos 1's various subdivisions, so you'll need a keen eye and an itchy trigger finger to find them. Usually quests and other assignments are given when you're reading documents or listening to audio logs so you don't have to worry about fighting through molasses when a Mimic is attacking you.
  • OnePlus 5 Confirmed For A Summer Release

    OnePlus 5 Confirmed For A Summer Release

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    Previous speculations claimed the company is skipping the number 4 in its product lineup because the number is synonymous to bad luck in the Chinese culture. As per the listing, the smartphone is listed at $449 (Rs 28,870) but was "Out of stock". As always leaks from Weibo need to be taken with a pinch of salt, and we've seen quite a few around OnePlus 5 take place.
  • In Venezuela, soldiers arrested for criticising Maduro

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    Women banged on pans and some stripped off their white shirts Saturday as they protested Venezuela's socialist government in an event the opposition billed as a "women's march against repression". Venezuelans and fellow classical music performers have blasted Dudamel in the past for being cozy with Maduro. Although the statement made no mention of it, a senior administration official later told AFP that US Vice President Mike Pence had also met Borges, but "did not participate in the full ...
  • Trump threat to Paris climate pact casts shadow over Bonn talks

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    However, growing concerns that United States President Donald Trump could withdraw from the deal have cast a shadow over the discussions. The pact helped solidify a global consensus about addressing climate change that environmental groups worry may be undermined if the world's largest economy withdraws.
  • Tom Price defends Medicaid cuts in new health care bill

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    Officials in CT have set up a similar task force, and NY lawmakers say they are prepared to hold a special session to deal with any fallout from the health care changes. But now Trump and Republicans are moving a health care bill that would slash Medicaid funding dramatically. Ryan and Price weren't the only Republicans making the rounds.
  • Waze Now Lets You Record Navigation Instructions In Your Own Voice

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    Waze has long offered downloadable navigation voices that enable users to get turn-by-turn instructions from any number of celebrities or fictional characters. Right now, you can only record voice for yourself and cannot share them. The latest update to the Waze app includes a new feature, Voice Recorder, which lets you custom record your own driving instructions.
  • Rumor: Far Cry 5 is a Spaghetti Western now, coming this September

    Rumor: Far Cry 5 is a Spaghetti Western now, coming this September

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    Three sources we've spoken to have confirmed that the next Far Cry will indeed be set in America, but only one claims that it'll be set during the 19th century. With Kotaku's Jason Schreier noting "Detective GAF" did a good job at digging things up , it all adds up to an eventual Far Cry 5 release announcement coming soon.
  • Rumor: Far Cry 5 Might Be Set In A Spaghetti Western

    Rumor: Far Cry 5 Might Be Set In A Spaghetti Western

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    According to Jeff Guillot, who is a producer on the shoot, he confirmed that this is for a game that is set for a release in September. Rumors claim Guillot will also be producing a live action trailer for Far Cry 5 using a drone to record "a man fighting with another man near a hanging bell as a train rolled by on the tracks a half-mile away".
  • Brexit: English is losing its importance in Europe, says Juncker

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    Despite his preference to speak in French on Friday, it's likely it'll take more than Brexit for English, the most widely spoken language in the European Union, to lose its importance. "If we start arguing before they even begin, they will become impossible", said EU Council President Tusk, who chairs summits of EU leaders. In a speech in Florence , the head of the EU's executive arm warned of tough negotiations to come but also struck a more conciliatory tone after the first round of ...
  • Galaxy S8 gets red tint fix, Samsung insists it's not a bug

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    Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy Note 8 this August or September. And till recently the South Korean giant also didn't have a new flagship smartphone on the market as well . Do you think Samsung or other smartphone companies should consider selling versions of their phones with such a panel out of the box? In a statement, Samsung didn't directly address the red tint issue but said it will release an update soon that will give users the ability to further adjust the phone's color ...
  • Straight Path Buyout Offer Hits $3.1B As Bidding War Rages

    Straight Path Buyout Offer Hits $3.1B As Bidding War Rages

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    Swiss Comml Bank has 0% invested in Straight Path Communications Inc (NYSEMKT:STRP) for 14,700 shares. To view the full article, register now. Subsequently, on May 3, the unnamed bidder raised its offer price to $133.96 per share, which has now been sweetened to $184 per share.