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Scientists to review large number of humpback whale deaths

But New Jersey had several, and a total of 41 such deaths since the beginning of past year from ME to North Carolina have led NOAA to declare a relatively rare Unusual Mortality Event . "They're the ones that like to jump out of the ocean completely", said Zack Klyver, a naturalist with Bar Harbor Whale Watch Company. If confirmed, it would be the fourth stranded in DE waters in a year, an unusually high number.

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China talking with European Space Agency about moon outpost

We're working with a team of scientists, engineers and small businesses at the University of Arizona to develop a closed-loop system. The prototype greenhouse will mainly provide lightning and nutrition to plants and vegetables. The University of Arizona's Controlled Environment Agriculture Center is helping the space office build up a shot circle framework that can furnish space travelers with nourishment, clean the air, and reuse waste and water in outside situations.

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Spacecraft survives unprecedented trip between Saturn, rings

While mission managers were confident Cassini would pass through the gap successfully , they took extra precautions with this first dive, as the region had never been explored. If Cassini crashed on that moon, it could contaminate any possible life that may exist there, and that would be, as scientists say, very very bad. As Cassini moves nearer to the giant gaseous ringed planet over the next few months, the spacecraft will be able to take unprecedented close-up images.

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Oscar-winning director Jonathan Demme dead at 73

But it's " Silence of the Lambs " for which he was best known. The Oscar-winning adaptation of Thomas Harris' grisly novel stars Jodie Foster as Federal Bureau of Investigation trainee Clarice Starling and, in one of the all-time roles, Anthony Hopkins as the flesh-eating Dr.

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Apple launches global in-store education program

In addition, nearly all of the company's 500 retail stores will start offering free educational programs that Apple has branded "Today at Apple ". "Absolutely", Ahrendts said. The sessions start in May, and Ahrendts expects they'll help draw in the local community. This will include the basics of capturing a photo to editing them and much more.

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State Department promotion of Trump's Mar-a-Lago draws fire

Mar-a-Lago was left to the U.S. government in a will in the early 1970s. Following the election, the resort's membership initiation fee doubled to $200,000. Mar-a-Lago is not open to the public. Norman Eisen, who was President Barack Obama's chief ethics attorney, said the promotion is "exploitation". But Trump's rebranding effort has also gotten an unexpected and less-noticed push from elsewhere within the federal government: via the State Department's foreign outreach program.

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Future of revamped health care bill remains dubious in House

There's no target date for a vote, whether next week or at any future time, the aide said . House Republicans were told on a conference call Saturday that an agreement was nearing between conservatives and moderates on legislation to repeal and replace Obamacare.

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Cassini set for final close flyby of Saturn's moon Titan

The most striking images of Pan were captured by NASA's Cassini Spacecraft , and show both the northern and southern hemispheres of the small moon. The Cassini orbiter and its two onboard cameras were designed, developed and assembled at JPL. This pic reveals only a few outermost ring; however, Saturn is far above the top of the photo .

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Enforcing North Korea Coal Ban Seriously, No Violations: China

Given the close economic links between North Korea and China, US military officials have said that Beijing is critical to solving the North Korean situation, with President Donald Trump recently commending Chinese President Xi Jinping for Chinese efforts to curb Pyongyang's activities.

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Pak SC's verdict on Panamagate 'relief to Sharif': Defence experts

The Supreme Court agreed past year to investigate the Sharif family's offshore wealth after Opposition leader Imran Khan threatened street protests following the leak of the "Panama Papers" . Pervez Musharraf. Imran Khan on Friday again demanded the resignation of the premier and said that under the nose of prime minister Joint Investigation Team JIT can not be transparent.

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Lights Off, Blankets Out: Lyrid Meteor Shower Peaks Tonight

Space.com also predicts conditions will be "good-to-excellent" for North American skywatchers, as "25-day-old waning crescent moon will not rise until after 4 a.m. Lyrids are pieces of debris from the periodic Comet C/1861 G1 Thatcher and have been observed for more than 2,600 years, NASA said . According to NASA , the first meteor shower since January should be visible in the sky Friday night as the Lyrid meteor shower reaches its peak.

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Apple Pledges to Make Its Products From Recycled Materials (AAPL)

The ultimate aim is "to one day end our reliance on mining altogether", the company said, without specifying a date. But the task won't be easy, something that Apple has admitted. For a start, the iPhone maker has committed to helping its suppliers generate about four gigawatt of renewable power by 2020. But lately, Apple is being much more open about its future.

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Nintendo Switch Sells 906000 Units in United States for March

The upcoming video game will be Nintendo's first original project for the Switch since the game console's launch last March, during which "Snipperclips - Cut it out, together!" and "1-2-Switch" also debuted. The Nintendo Switch is selling fast and breaking records at Nintendo. 925,000 units come from the Nintendo Switch version and almost 460,000 units from the Wii U version.

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Forecast: Summer Temperatures For Sunday

Saturday will see more in the way of sunshine in the morning, with things set to be brighter on Easter Sunday and highs of 12C. Temperatures for Good Friday and Saturday will stay seasonable, with highs in the low 60s. Friday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 41. The beginning of the weekend will likely include more daytime highs pushing the 80 degree mark.

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Hydrogen fuel cell cars creep up _ slowly _ on electrics

When the battery drains, a 1.5-liter Atkinson cycle four-cylinder gas engine kicks in to generate electricity and keep the vehicle motoring for an additional 288 miles (463 km), for a total estimated range of 330 miles (531 km). Alongside the PHEV, Honda also revealed the new Clarity Electric - doing away with the fuel cell and range-extenders of its stablemates entirely to fully embrace the battery EV method.

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Reliance Jio Dhan Dhana Dhan Offer: All you need to know

The telecom arm of Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Industries was last week advised by TRAI to stop Summer Surprise . Rs. 309 offer: In reliance jio " Dhan Dhana Dhan " 309 offer, one will get 1 GB per day, Free voice call, Free SMS and Jio apps for 3 months.

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Moment deer surprises man with epic takedown

As you can see from the above video, he didn't really have any time to react to the impending collision at all. After McCook gets to his feet, he looks back at the vehicle, likely to see if the driver saw the insane encounter with "Bambi".

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Stargazing 2017: Full 'Pink Moon' to Illuminate the Skies on April 11

When is the Pink Moon? What is the meaning of a "Pink Moon"? Although you should be able to get a good view of the Full Moon without any astronomical instrument, you can also watch it rise in the sky live online through Slooh's community telescopes.

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Hungary's president signs bill aimed at Soros-founded school

The ministry said the amendment of the Act on Hungarian education did not affect the work of the Hungarian part of the CEU, which could continue to work as a Hungarian institution, as soon as the leadership of the two countries - the United States and Hungary - sign an agreement of mutual support.

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John Clarke Dies: Iconic New Zealand/Australia Satirist Was 68

Apart from the Clarke and Dawe show, which first appeared on Channel Nine's A Current Affair , he co-wrote, and starred in, The Games , about the Sydney Organising Committee for the Olympic Games, which aired in 1999 and 2000. The West Australian reported in 2010 that "you could sooner get a straight answer out of an Aussie politician than sketch artists John Clarke and Bryan Dawe , the clown princes of political satire".

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'We must be ready if Chelsea fail' - Pochettino keeping Tottenham looking upwards

It's true because we feel free because we are in second position and the gap now is four but they have one game more to play. Jose Holebas forced well-again Hugo Lloris into early action to save a free-kick in the fourth minute, following a bright attacking move by the visitors.

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Air India lifts 'flight ban' on Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad

He has been punished enough and dragging the issue will only create an unsavory incident. This act also led most of the Indian Airline companies to impose a No-Fly ban on Gaikwad. After the ban was lifted today, the MP told India Today that he'd apologised in Parliament, and that he wouldn't do so to anyone else. But the national passenger carrier did not remove the ban but sources in the Civil Aviation Ministry said that they are looking into the matter after Gaikwad's assurance that such ...

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Twitter creates 'lite' version for data-starved users

Twitter is a massive platform with smartphone adoption reaching 3.8 billion at the end of 2016. Users can reduce data usage even more by turning on data saver mode , which among other features provides a preview of images and videos to allow users to choose which ones to load fully.

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Top 4 Smartphones Coming Out in 2017

Everything could change. With that said, however, the sources claim we may see two screen sizes once again at 5.2in and 6.2in; the same as the Galaxy S8 series. With Samsung Health, group of friend will be able to judge who is most active, and consequently fittest among them. Samsung unveiled the Galaxy A7 2017 at CES earlier this year.

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Facebook launches new education tool in hopes of curbing 'false' news

When clicked, users will be able to view information straight from Facebook's Help Center providing tips for spotting fake news, such as confirming the source and the URL, and looking into whether other outlets have also covered the story.