"PUBG" update 8.3 has made its way to PC with Erangel ferries and the Jammer Pack item. Read the full patch notes here.
Princeton University President Christopher Eisgruber has yielded to a destructive falsehood.
"Everything this helicopter does will be a first-time event," said NASA engineer Nagin Cox.
HUD Secretary Ben Carson's recent rule on AFFH is a game-changer for suburban America.
"The main result of this research is the first proof that telesurgery is feasible using 5G," lead researcher Leonardo De Mattos told Newsweek.
A coronavirus vaccine may be our only way out of this crisis, yet Black people's deep-seated mistrust of the medical establishment could mean many won't take it.
"Never have super-resolution images been created at this resolution before with this much detail," said Duke University computer scientist and team leader Cynthia Rudin.
"Star Wars Battlefront 2" update 1.49 bring the Scarif map to the Age of Rebellion. Read the full patch notes here.
Describing the find as a "happy accident," engineers at the University of New South Wales Sydney found a way to control the nucleus of an atom using electric fields rather than magnetic fields.
Fred Deutsch, who represents South Dakota's 4th District in the state House, is trying to pass a bill banning surgery on transgender children under the age of 16.
"Racism in my world encompasses everything from overt bad acts carried out by avowed racists to the countless instances of unconscious bias I'm sure I commit every day."
Skybot F-850, also known as Fedor, will take off from Baikonur on the Soyuz spacecraft on August 22.
Jim Stauffer found out mother's body was not used for Alzheimer's research at the Biological Resource Center.
"Fortnite" update 7.30 is officially live, with Chiller Grenades, a vaulted Burst Rifle and mobile controller support. Read the full patch notes here.
"Wake Me Up," has somewhat dark lyrics, but innovatively blends EDM with country and bluegrass elements to create an uplifting tune that became a summer anthem.
In 60 Minutes interview DeVos appeared not to know how policies she pushed impacted school performance.
"If you still have a brain that's alive...then to take that head off and take the body away, are we possibly killing someone?"
Experiments at CERN still cannot explain how matter formed in the early universe.
Some have hyped blood transfusions as having the ability to "reverse aging," though that's far from clear.
The former Doobie Brothers and Steely Dan singer/keyboardist discusses the Last Waltz 40 Tour and offers a heated view of the state of the union.
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Simulation could be the first step to performing calculations too complex for traditional computers.
If my own experience is any guide, today's democratic socialists will have to spend a lot of time unlearning much of what they've been taught.