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A new study says the summer heat is only going to get worse. According to the research published in Nature Climate Change, about 74 percent of the world’s population will come into contact with dea
Artificial intelligence is completely reshaping the $445 billion beauty industry by creating AI-powered shopping experiences despite the widespread brick-and-mortar retail crisis.
President Donald Trump named football tycoon Woody Johnson as his ambassador to the U.K. on Thursday. The appointment adds yet another billionaire to the Trump administration, with Johnson family'
Police identified a body found in a Texas landfill as that of 14-year-old Kaytlynn Cargill Thursday. Cargill had been missing since Monday when she left her family's home to walk her dog and never r
He needs to get out of Salem before the cops track him down and throw him in jail again, this time for being the mastermind behind the production of Halo. However, before he leaves town, Deimos will
Want a new computer that goes beyond the capabilities of what you’d expect from a laptop? Check out the Samsung Galaxy Book.
Although she has moved on after exiting the group, Camila Cabello’s time in Fifth Harmony and how it made her feel has been a driving force behind her sound as a solo artist.
The environmental advocacy group Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) on June 15 released a study about dietary lead exposure, with a focus on food intended for babies and young children. Using a Federal
Without intending to, DJ Goldie let it slip during a recent interview that he might be privy to the real identity of the street artist Banksy, who has managed to avoid being recognized by anyone in t
Amy Roloff’s happily taken, but the “Little People, Big World” star never thought an average-sized man would be interested in her. She and husband Matt Roloff officially divorced in May 2016, a
A new study suggests that hot temperature is more likely to make people anti-social and moody.
Many villagers were convinced that bestiality and witchcraft had led to the birth of the 'half-human half-animal' lamb.
Michelle Carter, who could face up to 20 years in prison for encouraging her boyfriend Conrad Roy III to kill himself, was seen in public for the first time since being found guilty of involuntary ma
There’s been a slew of rumors he was hoping to reconnect and maybe even one day reunite with his former wife, Jennifer Aniston. However, the latest round of reports is claiming that Brad Pitt inst
This will be a major boon when it arrives on pen-using Windows 10 devices later in 2017.
Linux-powered vending machines are coming to a street near you, and they'll recognize your face.
Five months after President Donald Trump proclaimed “we are going to fight for every last American job” at a Boeing factory in South Carolina, the company announced Thursday it would be laying of
Jane Sanders, the wife of Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, is facing charges for the time she allegedly used her political influence to obtain bank loans for Burlington College, an institution that is no
I didn't cover myself in glory, but I did get to run a half-marathon like a spy
Nissan’s next-generation Leaf EV will be its first car featuring its ProPilot driver-assist self-driving technology. The system will be activated by a button on the steering wheel and will control
Airbnb is testing a new feature allowing payments to be split multiple ways, meaning no more chasing you friends
In February 2015, Infosys had announced buying the Israeli automation technology company Panaya for Rs 1,250 crore in cash.
A district judge in Michigan, on Thursday, temporarily blocked the deportation of over 100 Iraqi nationals rounded up in recent weeks by U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE), so he could d
Norway threatened to cut-off its billion dollar financial assistance to Brazil if it did not put serious effort into curbing the deforestation in the Amazon rainforest, it was reported Thursday.  It
Whether it's blasting out tunes at a party, or doing some solitary listening on your own this summer, Sony has the perfect devices for you.
Swarna Subba Rao, the Surveyor General of India said, Google Maps is not considered ‘authentic’ since it is not charted by the government. She told yesterday that maps prepared by the Survey of I
Google has changed its content removal policy to include personal medical records.
Malika Haqq approves Tristan Thompson for her BFF Khloe Kardashian. On Wednesday, Entertainment Tonight caught up with Malika when she promoted “Famously Single” Season 2. The reality star was as

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