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NASA rocket could defy laws of physics and fly to moon in 4hrs

German scientists have confirmed that the so-called "EMDrive" rocket created by NASA could defy the known laws of physics and be capable of flying to the moon in just four hours.

T. rex and cousins had uniquely serrated teeth, scientists find

For some time, scientists have known that Tyrannosaurus rex and other theropod dinosaurs had serrated teeth. They knew that those teeth, with their jagged edges worked like steak knives to help their owner tear through flesh.

Microsoft launches Windows 10: Here's where to start

Today, Microsoft has officially launched its new operating system, Windows 10. Computers worldwide will be downloading it now so here's a look at some of Windows 10's fundamental new features so you can hit the ground running once you've upgraded.

Op-Ed: Why Amir Khan can still land a lucrative fight against Mayweather

British boxing star Amir Khan knows the possibility of facing Floyd Maywather in the ring this year is remote following the unbeaten champion's announcement limiting his choice to only two challengers which did not include Khan's name.

Op-Ed: Why Nonito Donaire needs one more tune up bout before title fight

There are indications that five-division world champion Nonito "The Filipino Flash" Donaire may not be ready for another shot at a major world title because of the relatively easy fights he had following his loss against Nicholas Walters last year

Review: Culture Club nostalgic at Beacon Theatre in New York City Special

New York - Culture Club performed at New York City's Beacon Theatre on July 27, and they were able to give their fans a well-received musical set.

The Marshall Tucker Band talks 2015 NYCB Theatre at Westbury show Special

Westbury - Doug Gray from the southern rock group Marshall Tucker Band chatted about their 2015 show in Westbury, New York, this September.

Simple therapy helps middle ear problem common to kids

A cheap and simple procedure that seems more like silly game than a medical therapy appears to help young children clear their ears of fluid.

Israel air raids on Syria, Hezbollah targets since 2013

Birut - Israel has launched multiple attacks on Syrian military positions since January 2013.

Kenya auditor uncovers massive government misspending

Nairobi - Only one percent of Kenyan government spending can be properly accounted for, according to a report by the country's auditor-general released just days after US President Barack Obama warned corruption was holding the country back.

Review: George Ezra delights at New York City's Terminal 5 Special

On July 28, singer-songwriter George Ezra headlined New York City's Terminal 5, and was successful in his inaugural performance at this venue.

Yes, Windows 10 shares your Wi-Fi password: What you need to know

Windows 10 introduces a new option that allows you to automatically share your Wi-Fi password with your contacts, including people on Facebook. The feature is enabled by default and isn't pleasing people online. Here's what you need to know.

Canadians living abroad 5 years or more ineligible to vote

Toronto - The ruling by the Ontario Court of Appeal will mean that more than a million expats who have been non-residents for five years or more will lose the right to vote in federal elections, including the upcoming election this fall.

Israeli strike on Syrian town kills five pro-regime forces: Monitor

Kafer Halab - An Israeli air strike on a government-held village on the Syrian side of the Golan Heights ceasefire line killed five pro-regime forces on Wednesday, a monitoring group said.

Ferrari officially confirms the new convertible 488 Spider

There has been some big news for Ferrari fans — earlier in the week details were leaked of a Speciale F12 — and now Ferrari confirmed it will release a new Spider droptop version of the 488.

Bank robber turned fugitive caught after starring in horror flick

Olympia - Jason Stange was apprehended by U.S. officials after starring in a horror film called Marla Mae, filmed in Washington state.

Flights resume at Rome airport after fire: Alitalia  

Rome - Flights resumed Wednesday at Rome's Fiumicino airport after smoke from a fire in a nearby pine grove temporarily grounded planes.

Review: New book on unfinished movie a must-read for Orson Welles fans Special

May 6 of this year marked the hundredth anniversary of Orson Welles' birth. But despite the name recognition and the wide film-school reverence for “Citizen Kane”, it sometimes seems as if Welles is still being neglected, even posthumously.

Turkey pounds PKK, allows US to use base against IS

Ankara - Turkish warplanes on Wednesday pounded targets of PKK rebels in northern Iraq in a new wave of strikes in its campaign against militant groups, as Ankara allowed the United States to use one of its bases to carry out air raids on jihadists.

Mysterious plane wreckage sparks MH370 speculation

Rivi - A mysterious piece of plane debris washed up on the French Indian Ocean island of La Reunion on Wednesday, prompting some speculation it could be part of the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370.
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