Tulsi Gabbard was a surprise breakout in first Democratic debate

Tulsi Gabbard was a surprise breakout in first Democratic debate

Ten people vying to be president on one stage was always going to be messy, and the first Democratic primary debate was just that. Candidates talked over one another, MSNBC had technical problems, moderators struggled to stop candidates from talking...
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WHO study finds 'strong evidence' HPV vaccine can prevent cervical cancer

WHO study finds 'strong evidence' HPV vaccine can prevent cervical cancer

HPV infections declined substantially since a vaccine was introduced, says a World Health Organization-funded study published in The Lancet. Source link
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Democratic presidential candidates duel in Spanish, some better than others

Democratic presidential candidates duel in Spanish, some better than others

Democrats vying for the US presidency held their first debate tonight. Part of it was in Spanish. In a sign of how coveted Latino votes have become, former US congressman Beto O’Rourke made part of his first response in Spanish....
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Mark Zuckerberg: We can't stop Russian election interference by ourselves, US government must help

Mark Zuckerberg: We can't stop Russian election interference by ourselves, US government must help

"As a private company we don't have the tools to make the Russian government stop," Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said at the Aspen Ideas Conference on Wednesday. Source link
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Bitcoin is on one of its longest winning streaks in history

Bitcoin is on one of its longest winning streaks in history

Bitcoin, once buried, is back. The original cryptocurrency is soaring, riding an eight-day winning streak to reach prices last seen in January of 2018, when it was coming down from an all-time high of nearly $20,000. At the time of...
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Democrats clash over eliminating private health insurance at first debate

Democrats clash over eliminating private health insurance at first debate

The issue over health insurance marked the first stark divide among the candidates, and sparked a heated back-and-forth between many of the candidates on stage. Source link
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Photos: Paris sizzles in France’s hottest week in more than 15 years

Photos: Paris sizzles in France’s hottest week in more than 15 years

In 2003, a vicious month-long heatwave hit France. Temperatures across the country rose above 40°C (104°F). Close to 15,000 people died. Fifteen years later, the country is gearing up for round two. Temperatures in some parts of France are expected...
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Virginia Sen. Warner: Consumers have a right to know what their data is worth

Virginia Sen. Warner: Consumers have a right to know what their data is worth

Virginia Sen. Mark Warner breaks down the idea behind a bipartisan bill he introduced to provide more transparency in Big Tech. Source link
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Nike reportedly halted a shoe release in China after its co-designer supported Hong Kong protesters

Nike reportedly halted a shoe release in China after its co-designer supported Hong Kong protesters

Nike canceled the release of a shoe in China after its co-designer offered a gesture of support on Instagram for the Hong Kong protesters, according to the Financial Times (paywall). The shoe is part of Nike’s ongoing collaboration with Japanese...
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The future of connectivity: Introducing Wi-Fi 6

The future of connectivity: Introducing Wi-Fi 6

The next generation of Wi-Fi tech is set to launch in late 2019 and is expected to transform experiences for consumers and institutions. Source link
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