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    Scientists Made Snails Remember Something That Never Happened to Them

    Transferring memories from one living thing to another sounds like the plot of an episode of “Black Mirror.” But it may be more realistic than it sounds — at least for snails. In a paper published Monday in the journal eNeuro, scientists at the University of California-Los Angeles reported that when they transferred molecules from […]

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    Democrats Sharpen Focus as Scott Pruitt Testifies Again on Capitol Hill

    Mr. Pruitt acknowledged that Ms. Hupp had conducted the search on his behalf and had not been paid but noted that she was a longtime family friend. “It doesn’t cut it that they’re a friend,” Senator Udall said. “Did you pay them at the time?” “No, I did not,” Mr. Pruitt responded. “Then it’s a […]

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    Ships Unearthed in Virginia Offer Glimpse of Colonial Era

    OLD TOWN ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Nestled in centuries of dirt and debris, several well-preserved ships and artifacts have been unearthed that offer a glimpse of life at what was once one of the busiest ports in the North American colonies. At the site for Robinson Landing, a new townhouse and condominium development along the Potomac […]

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    Mark Zuckerberg Has a Message: Facebook Will Keep Building

    Facebook “will never be unprepared again” for attempts to undermine the democratic process, including elections, Mr. Zuckerberg promised. He also said Facebook was becoming more proactive in fighting false news and taking down fake accounts. When he introduced a feature called Watch Party, which lets people watch video and chat with their friends, he joked […]

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    Is Facebook’s Campbell Brown a Force to Be Reckoned With? Or Is She Fake News?

    Ms. Brown, 49, wasn’t out at Facebook. Yet she has long had to grapple with questions about whether she really has influence at the social network. Since joining the Silicon Valley company in 2017 to repair its frayed relationship with the news media, many have considered the former CNN and NBC anchor as little more […]

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    Frank and Oak Style Plan Review: Men’s Style Essentials Delivered

    It’s hard to find an industry that hasn’t discovered just how much people like the ease of getting something delivered to their doorsteps in a subscription box. From the vitamins we take to the meals we cook and the beers we wash them down with, subscribing to life’s essentials makes it simple to get everything […]

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    SuperFly Remake Trailer Puts a Modern Spin on an Action Classic

    The first official teaser trailer for Sony’s SuperFly remake has been released and it’s pretty intense. Before the official trailer was released today, rapper/producer Future released a preview with behind-the-scenes shots as well some as some scenes from the movie, to promote his new music that’s included on the soundtrack that he’s curating, and because […]

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    JRPG Becomes the First Game Banned in the UK for Over a Decade

    Share. The game has been banned over concerns that it sexualises children. By Shabana Arif Omega Labyrinth Z, a JRPG from Japanese studio Matrix Software and published by PQube, has been banned in the UK. It’s the first title to have been banned in the country since 2007, when Manhunt 2 was refused classification. In […]

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    Creed 2 Workout Video Has Stallone & Lundgren Hitting the Gym Hard

    71-year old Sylvester Stallone took to social media to share a video of himself in the gym doing pull-ups with an additional 100 lbs. of weight attached to his body while 60-year old Dolph Lundgren released a 6-minute video of his workout routine. The two actors are taking their training for Creed 2 very seriously […]

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    Broadcom’s Other Regulatory Hurdle: How It Treats Customers

    SAN FRANCISCO — Broadcom’s $117 billion bid for the rival computer chip maker Qualcomm is being investigated by a federal government committee concerned about giving foreign countries power over American technology vital to national security. But some people in the technology industry believe Broadcom’s chief executive, Hock Tan, already wields too much power of a […]