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China says naval ships in Bering Sea on normal drills

published about 6 hours ago
BEIJING (Reuters) - China's Defence Ministry said on Thursday that Chinese naval ships were in the Bering Sea carrying out routine exercises.

Migrants Flood Budapest Rail Station as Police Leave, but No Trains Running to Western Europe

published about 6 hours ago
Migrants flood Budapest rail station as police leave, but no trains running to Western Europe

Brady, NFL await decision

published about 6 hours ago
Brady, NFL await decision
A ruling is expected this week in the "Deflategate" controversy that prompted the NFL to suspend star New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady for four games.

Can this video game-like software help save the suburbs from heroin?

published about 7 hours ago
Can this video game-like software help save the suburbs from heroin?
Heroin has been quietly wreaking havoc across the United States for more than a decade, capturing media attention, prompting federal government action and — for the first time since the early ’90s — turning drug abuse into a presidential campaign talking point.


President of Guatemala resigns after arrest warrant issued

published about 1 hour ago
President of Guatemala resigns after arrest warrant issued
Andrew V. PestanoGUATEMALA CITY, Sept. 3 (UPI) -- President of Guatemala Otto Perez Molina resigned Wednesday soon after a warrant was issued for his arrest ... more

Farmers Block Paris in 1,000-Tractor Protest

published about 1 hour ago
Farmers Block Paris in 1,000-Tractor Protest
They are angry about falling prices for their goods and high taxes
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Migrant crisis could impact 'idea of Europe': German labor minister

published about 2 hours ago
There must be more fairness in the distribution of refugees within the European Union, and a failure to collectively handle the migrant crisis could affect ... more

Special delivery: Bristol man finds tarantula in parcel

published about 2 hours ago
Special delivery: Bristol man finds tarantula in parcel
Man who opened package addressed to his new home discovered large and potentially aggressive Brazilian salmon pink birdeaterDealing with a previous householder’s post when you ... more

Huge Parade Can't Hide China Leader's Bruised Credibility

published about 2 hours ago
Huge Parade Can't Hide China Leader's Bruised Credibility
It was officially described as a parade to mark Japan's World War II defeat 70 years ago, but Thursday was more than a naked show ... more

The Comeback Of The Great Lakes States

published less than 1 hour ago
The Comeback Of The Great Lakes States
An industrial revival and the addition of more young, educated workers is bolstering the region's underappreciated strength as a center of innovation.

Alex Lidow's Quest To Replace Silicon And Revolutionize Electronics

published less than 1 hour ago
Alex Lidow's Quest To Replace Silicon And Revolutionize Electronics
A Series of Forbes Insights Profiles of Thought Leaders Changing the Business Landscape: Alex Lidow, Founder and CEO, Efficient Power Conversion.

4 Places In The Office Where You Should Never Use Your Mobile Device

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4 Places In The Office Where You Should Never Use Your Mobile Device
By Jerry Janda, Senior Writer, SAP

The Best Organizational Culture

published less than 1 hour ago
The Best Organizational Culture
The primary function of leadership is to nurture the right culture. And the best organizational culture is: minor changes, steadily building up, without triggering a ... more

Congratulations, You Got Yourself A Chinese Hard Landing

published less than 1 hour ago
Congratulations, You Got Yourself A Chinese Hard Landing
If it's not a hard landing, it sure feels like one. Here's a look at some of the commodities that will suffer most, and how ... more

Apple admits it has 'homework to do' to improve Apple Music

published about 1 hour ago
Apple admits it has 'homework to do' to improve Apple Music
Vice president of iTunes International says company is getting ‘a lot of feedback’ about streaming service and ‘trying to make it better every day’ Apple ... more

First Click: What’s your favorite Skylake PC so far?

published about 1 hour ago
First Click: What’s your favorite Skylake PC so far?
Asus showed up with a ridiculous water-cooled GX700 gaming laptop and its handsome Zen all-in-one desktop PC. Acer, meanwhile, arrived in Berlin with its hilariously aggressive Predator lineup ... more

Net-A-Porter founder leaves abruptly ahead of merger

published about 1 hour ago
Net-A-Porter founder leaves abruptly ahead of merger
By Astrid Wendlandt and Silvia Aloisi PARIS/MILAN (Reuters) - Natalie Massenet, founder and executive chairman of online fashion group Net-A-Porter, said on Thursday it was ... more

Samsung debuts world's first ultra-high definition Blu-ray player

published about 1 hour ago
Samsung debuts world's first ultra-high definition Blu-ray player
The device will launch in Europe early next year, and the company also showed off new speakers and talked up a streaming gaming service.

In Alaska, Obama becomes 1st president to enter the Arctic

published about 2 hours ago
President Barack Obama brought no grand policy pronouncements, new legislative proposals or major tranches of federal aid with him to Alaska. Instead, he sought to ... more

Socceroos v Bangladesh: World Cup 2018 qualifying – live!

published about 1 hour ago
Socceroos v Bangladesh: World Cup 2018 qualifying – live!
Live updates from Australia’s match against Bangladesh in PerthEmail: paul.connolly.casual@theguardian.com | Tweet: @PFConnolly 12.39pm BST 36 min: Bangladesh are about to make a sub. Final ... more

The NCAA exploits the college athletes for whom you love to root

published about 2 hours ago
The NCAA exploits the college athletes for whom you love to root
For student athletes it’s all work, not play, but the NCAA fails to compensate or protect themWhen the collegiate sports season kicks off again this ... more

Championship ticket prices: how did clubs end up charging £52 a game?

published about 2 hours ago
Championship ticket prices: how did clubs end up charging £52 a game?
• Guardian survey looks into ticket prices at all 24 Championship clubs• Football Supporters’ Federation organising ‘Twenty is Plenty’ weekendTickets at some Championship clubs have ... more

Bills worried LeSean McCoy may not be fully ready Week 1

published about 2 hours ago
The Buffalo Bills are concerned that running back LeSean McCoy might not be fully ready to play in Week 1, a team source told ESPN's ... more

Derby chairman Mel Morris becomes club’s sole owner after finalising takeover

published about 2 hours ago
Derby chairman Mel Morris becomes club’s sole owner after finalising takeover
• Local businessman completes buyout of American Partners LLP• Morris targets ‘sustainable place in the Premier League’ for DerbyDerby County are under new ownership after ... more

Universities take baby steps towards diversity

published about 2 hours ago
Universities take baby steps towards diversity
Getting a wider range of people on to university boards is the key to diversity among vice-chancellorsSince its foundation in 1583, there have been only ... more

Best TV Ever? Hands On With Panasonic's TX-65CZ950 4K OLED TV

published about 2 hours ago
Best TV Ever? Hands On With Panasonic's TX-65CZ950 4K OLED TV
Time to start planning a second mortgage.

Overnighter: There’s More to Cremona Than Violins

published about 2 hours ago
Overnighter: There’s More to Cremona Than Violins
The birthplace of Stradivarius is a must-visit for music lovers, but it’s also a perfect overnight side trip from Milan.

Road Trip: Touring 109 Bars in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula

published about 2 hours ago
Road Trip: Touring 109 Bars in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula
What started out as a father-and-son bar crawl in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula turned out to have a lot more meaning.

On the record: UCLA's Victor Narro explains NLRB 'joint employer' ruling

published about 2 hours ago
In recent decades, U.S. companies increasingly have sought to jettison workforce headaches by jettisoning the workforce, turning to staffing agencies to supply employees rather than ... more

Brian McFadden: I flirted with Ann Widdecombe

published less than 1 hour ago
Brian McFadden: I flirted with Ann Widdecombe
Irish singer Brian McFadden "flirted" with Ann Widdecombe while filming 'Who's Doing The Dishes?'.

Woman Critically Wounded In Morgan Park Shooting

published about 1 hour ago
Woman Critically Wounded In Morgan Park Shooting
She was outside about 2:45 a.m. in the 1600 block of West 115th Place when someone walked up and shot her in the torso, police ... more

Man Fatally Shot In Austin

published about 2 hours ago
Man Fatally Shot In Austin
He was outside about 11:35 p.m. in the 700 block of North Long Avenue when someone walked up and opened fire, police News Affairs Officer ... more

Man Killed In South Shore Shooting

published about 2 hours ago
Man Killed In South Shore Shooting
Shortly after 9 p.m., the man was found dead with a gunshot wound to the head in the hallway of a building in the 6800 ... more

Man Shot And Killed In Englewood

published about 2 hours ago
Man Shot And Killed In Englewood
About 9:45 p.m., the man was in the 800 block of West 68th Street when someone walked up and shot him several times before running ... more

President of Guatemala resigns after arrest warrant issued

published about 1 hour ago
President of Guatemala resigns after arrest warrant issued
Andrew V. PestanoGUATEMALA CITY, Sept. 3 (UPI) -- President of Guatemala Otto Perez Molina resigned Wednesday soon after a warrant was issued for his arrest ... more

Reducing SSB intake among children and adolescents associated with greater increase in HDL-C

published about 1 hour ago
In the first study to investigate blood lipid levels in association with consumption of sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs) in a racially and ethnically diverse sample of ... more

ISU researcher examines how supplements, resistance training improve muscle strength in older adults

published about 2 hours ago
The loss of muscle strength and function, what's known as sarcopenia, is a natural part of aging. It's also a growing public health concern because ... more

Budapest train station reopens to migrants after two-day conflict

published about 2 hours ago
Budapest train station reopens to migrants after two-day conflict
Andrew V. PestanoBUDAPEST, Hungary, Sept. 3 (UPI) -- The Keleti train station in Budapest, Hungary, reopened to migrants on Thursday, but international trains to Western ... more

Research may lead to improved treatment option for phantom limb pain

published about 2 hours ago
Electrical stimulation on the skin surface at the elbow can produce feeling in the hand—including rare "natural" sensations—according to a study just published in the ... more