• Postal Service's eclipse stamp goes on sale Tuesday
Postal Service's eclipse stamp goes on sale Tuesday

The Total Eclipse of the Sun Forever thermochromic ink stamps may be pre-ordered at usps.com/shop in early June for delivery following the June 20 nationwide issuance. More than half a million people - and possibly as many as 2 million - will flock to SC to see the eclipse. The back of the postal service's stamp sheet will include a map depicting...

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  • Capcom And Bandai Namco Enter Cross-Licensing Agreement For Online Matching
Capcom And Bandai Namco Enter Cross-Licensing Agreement For Online Matching

The goal of Capcom and Bandai Namco is to improve the online segment of its products to provide users with higher quality experience, in addition to accelerating the development of new products, and reduce costs. Following the Electronic Entertainment Expo last week, you'd think that Capcom and Bandai Namco would be bitter rivals with their forthco...

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  • How cats conquered the ancient world
How cats conquered the ancient world

Cats were domesticated some 10,000 years ago by the first farmers in the Near East. A cat in a domestic setting-eating under a dining table-sometime after 1500 B.C.E. Mitochondrial DNA is inherited exclusively from the mother's side which makes it an ideal marker for phylogenetic and population analysis. "The increasing popularity of cats among...

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  • Chile beats Cameroon 2-0 as video reviews draw controversy
Chile beats Cameroon 2-0 as video reviews draw controversy

It's true it caused distress but that's because we are not used to it. Alexis Sanchez looked offside, and it took the wind out of Chile's celebrations, but the goal was allowed. Cameroon was under pressure immediately, when Eduardo Vargas' first-minute shot cannoned off the post and rebounded back into goalkeeper Fabrice Ondoa, nearly going i...

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  • Solar Power Will Kill Coal Faster Than You Think
Solar Power Will Kill Coal Faster Than You Think

Electric vehicles and their batteries are forecast to account for 12-13 percent of electricity generation by 2040 in Europe and the United States, the report said. However, it's unlikely that renewables will make up the lion's share of energy generation anytime soon, reports Sarah Gibbens at National Geographic .

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  • PARIS: Leisure group TUI converts 18 orders to 737 Max 10
PARIS: Leisure group TUI converts 18 orders to 737 Max 10

The cumulative changes, which Boeing reckons it has achieved on a shoestring budget, are resonating well with customers, Kevin McAllister , who heads Boeing's commercial airplanes arm, said. A raft of orders and memoranda of understanding at Paris yesterday yielded several billion dollars worth of business for airframers and engine makers, m...

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  • Iron Galaxy's Killer Instinct is coming to Steam later in 2017
Iron Galaxy's Killer Instinct is coming to Steam later in 2017

This is more than good news especially for players who dread going over to Windows Store . The game came to Windows 10 just previous year, allowing PC users to take a crack at it as well. Plus, whether the game's DLC will be included is something to watch out for, although it would be ridiculous to release a game on another platform and leave ...

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  • NASA telescope finds 10 more planets that could have life
NASA telescope finds 10 more planets that could have life

The analysis pushes Kepler's tally to 4,034 planet candidates overall, of which 2,335 have been confirmed through additional observation and analysis. All of these worlds were found in a patch of sky near the Cygnus constellation in our Milky Way galaxy. NASA said the latest catalog is the most complete and detailed survey of potential exopla...

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  • NASA discovers 10 new Earth-size exoplanets
NASA discovers 10 new Earth-size exoplanets

Ten of the planets are potentially rocky, close to the size of Earth and within the habitable zone of the stars they orbit - meaning they could support liquid water on their surface, Perez explained. The researchers also believe it to be the most detailed catalog of exoplanet candidates. That planet is situated around the closest star. But Kepler...

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  • 79 people believed dead in London tower block fire
79 people believed dead in London tower block fire

The cause of Wednesday's blaze is still under investigation, but anger has mounted in the community amid reports that exterior paneling used in an extensive renovation completed previous year may have been banned by United Kingdom rules. Flowers and missing persons posters were taped to the gates of the church, while bags of donations were piled ou...

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  • Number of presumed dead in London apartment fire rises to 79
Number of presumed dead in London apartment fire rises to 79

A photo released by the Metropolitan Police shows a view of an apartment in the Grenfell Tower , which was devastated by a fire last Wednesday. The new exterior cladding used in a renovation on London's Grenfell Tower may have been banned under United Kingdom building regulations, two British ministers said Sunday as police continued the...

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  • 'BulgariaSat-1': Launch of Bulgarian satellite delayed yet again
'BulgariaSat-1': Launch of Bulgarian satellite delayed yet again

But SpaceX , the company which provides and launches Falcon 9 rockets for "BulgariaSat-1" and other satellites , said a fairing valve on the rocket needed to be replaced. The rocket is scheduled to make its second spaceflight on June 23. "As a side, this will also be our first launch with the Autonomous Flight Safety System, which is expected to ...

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  • Man United profit from Cristiano Ronaldo exit even if he doesn't sign
Man United profit from Cristiano Ronaldo exit even if he doesn't sign

But sometimes a duck flies by. Other than United , French club Paris Saint-Germain is also interested in the player and have the financial clout to match any offers. Enraged by Spanish tax authorities and a perceived lack of support from Real Madrid , Cristiano Ronaldo is threatening to leave the European champions, but is it genuine or part of...

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  • Tech CEOs to visit White House
Tech CEOs to visit White House

A list of attendees has yet to be released, but reports indicate Apple's CEO Tim Cook and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos are expected to be in attendance. The officials will also hold a discussion on the H-1B visa program, which Trump has pledged to scale back despite the objections from Silicon Valley.

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  • The most awaited gaming console launched
The most awaited gaming console launched

For now, though? If you want the most bleeding edge Xbox One experience possible, there's a console for you - it's just gonna cost ya. Playing old Xbox games on Xbox One (and the upcoming Xbox One S ) is as easy as playing Xbox 360 titles.

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  • Election win gives Macron carte blanche
Election win gives Macron carte blanche

French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe told the Daily Telegraph : "Through this vote, the vast majority of French have chosen hope over anger, confidence over turning in on themselves". Macron's clear majority will make it much easier to make changes to labour laws, employment policies etc, since he will not need to go through very long Parliament...

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  • Van rams worshippers leaving London mosque, injuring 10
Van rams worshippers leaving London mosque, injuring 10

May said she would chair an emergency security Cabinet session Monday. She also retweeted a post by Brendan Cox, whose wife Jo Cox was murdered previous year by a right-wing extremist, that said: 'When Islamist terrorists attack we rightly seek out hate preachers who spur them on.

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  • Los Angeles authorities welcome high-speed tunnels, Elon Musk says
Los Angeles authorities welcome high-speed tunnels, Elon Musk says

In a tweet , Musk stated that permits are harder than the actual technology when it comes to infrastructure. Musk said on several occasions that the company is an experimental one ("we have no idea what we're doing", he said in January), but the company has already started digging a test tunnel on the grounds of SpaceX's headquarters in Los Ange...

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  • Trove of new horror species discovered in Australian abyss
Trove of new horror species discovered in Australian abyss

More than three dozen scientists , including some from Museums Victoria and the CSIRO, explored on the dark abyss with crushing environment almost 4000 meters below the surface using a vessel named Investigator. The Marine National Facility boat was led by Museums Victoria , along with CSIRO and other research bodies, and departed mid-May fro...

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  • Rory McIlroy misses cut at US Open for second year in succession
Rory McIlroy misses cut at US Open for second year in succession

They were joined by Harman and Fleetwood, who each had a 70. The par-3 9th is a lovely short hole, playing at 153 yards on Friday. Chez Reavie did what he thought couldn't be done at a U.S. Original developer Bob Lang, who used his own money to fund the course, was determined to bring the U.S. Open to Erin Hills and made many changes to the cou...

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