BUSINESS

Political Paranoia Gets Expensive for Europe Bears Who Stay Away – Bloomberg »

Skepticism is again proving unhealthy for European stock bears who see a monster behind every door. They were punished anew on Monday. French stocks surged to an eight-year peak after…

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No Longer a Dream: Silicon Valley Takes On the Flying Car – New York Times »

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ENTERTAINMENT

Bill O’Reilly Breaks His Silence After His Exit From Fox News – New York Times »

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Writers Guild Members Vote for Strike Authorization With 96% Support – Variety »

More than 96% of the voting members of the Writers Guild of America have authorized a strike against production companies.…

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Elton John Cancels Eight Shows After Infection,… – RollingStone.com »

A “harmful and unusual bacterial infection” has forced Elton John to cancel his upcoming April and May run of “The…

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Scott Baio blames Erin Moran’s death on drugs, alcohol – New York Daily News »

Scott Baio thinks Erin Moran’s death came from her drug and alcohol abuse, not the stage 4 cancer. …

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TECHNOLOGY

Ming-Chi Kuo Agrees iPhone 8 Will Launch in September With ‘Severe’ Shortages Due to Delayed Production – Mac Rumors »

As more alleged design schematics and dummy models of the “iPhone 8” leak online, one of the biggest questions remains the smartphone’s actual launch date. Although some industry sources believe the tenth-anniversary iPhone will still launch in September — perhaps in very short supply —…

Apr 25 2017 / No Comment / Read More »

Samsung Galaxy S8 starter guide: 8 tips for your new phone – The Verge »

Samsung’s new Galaxy S8 hit stores this past weekend, which means that a lot of people likely received their preorders or were able to pick one up in a store. The S8 is one of the best phones you can buy, and easily the best…

Apr 25 2017 / No Comment / Read More »

New renders finally show the iPhone 8 design we want – BGR »

Last week, supposed iPhone 8 specs leaked and showed a design that would be an absolute travesty. We’ve heard rumblings that Apple is having trouble readying its new in-display fingerprint scanner for mass production, and one option the company is supposedly toying with is relocating…

Apr 24 2017 / No Comment / Read More »

‘iPhone 8’ Tsunami Coming: Morgan Stanley Raises OLED Phone Forecast, Despite Delays – Forbes »

Credit: Apple iPhone 7. Apple’s shift to the OLED iPhone is apparently so massive that Morgan Stanley upped its forecast of the displays used on that phone by a whopping 2X this past week. But delays are also baked into the forecast. Often referred to…

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SCIENCE

Stubborn plastic may have finally met its match: the hungry wax worm – Los Angeles Times »

Here’s a caterpillar that thinks plastic tastes fantastic. Scientists have discovered that the larvae of the wax moth will easily munch through a common plastic…

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White House Calling! Astronaut Peggy Whitson Gets Congrats from President Trump & Ivanka – Space.com »

NASA’s superstar astronaut and International Space Station commander Peggy Whitson received a special long-distance call from the White House today (April 24) to congratulate her on…

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Asia

Hong Kong vs. Singapore: Weighing Asia’s financial hubs – CNBC

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Mid-East

The Two Faces of Qatar, a Dubious Mideast Ally – Wall Street Journal (subscription)

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis visited several of America’s Middle Eastern partners last week—including a dubious one. Qatar hosts an important air base but also undermines American security by sponsoring Islamic radicalism. Nearly all coalition airstrikes against…

Apr 25 2017 / Read More »
Africa

WHO: Malaria vaccine to be ‘real life’ tested in Africa – Aljazeera.com

The world’s first malaria vaccine will be available in selected areas of Ghana, Kenya and Malawi from 2018, according to the World Health Organisation (WHO). The UN body’s regional office for Africa said in a…

Apr 25 2017 / Read More »
WORLD

Macron’s strong finish in the French election shows populist wave may be ebbing – Washington Post

BERLIN — In this era of fiery populism and muscular anti-globalist forces, politicians across Europe are suddenly discovering an electoral surprise. It might actually pay to embrace the European Union. The top finisher in the first…

Apr 25 2017 / Read More »
Europe

After Vote in France, Mainstream Europe Breathes a Sigh of Relief – New York Times

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FOOTBALL

NFL mock draft provides plenty of fantasy football intrigue for 2017 – ESPN

Facebook Twitter Facebook Messenger Pinterest Email print comment The 2017 NFL draft is right around the corner, which means mock drafts are as prevalent as ever. My futile attempt at projecting the first round is below,…

Apr 24 2017 / Read More »
TRAVEL

Celtics-Bulls: Hoiberg rips refs for letting Isaiah Thomas travel at will in Game 4 – CBSSports.com

A few days ago, there were serious concerns in Boston after the Celtics dropped the first two games of their first-round series against the No. 8 seed Bulls. Everyone is a bit more relaxed, however, after the…

Apr 24 2017 / Read More »
UK

Theresa May’s refusal to remove foreign students from immigration figures ‘damaging UK’s world-class universities’ – The Independent

Theresa May is under mounting pressure to remove foreign students from the immigration figures after MPs warned that her refusal to do so is damaging Britain’s world class universities. In a report published today, the cross-party…

Apr 25 2017 / Read More »

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