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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom teaser confirms we still want dinosaurs to murder us
The Verge
But after The Lost World, where a T. rex wreaked havoc on San Diego, Jurassic Park 3, where I presume dinosaurs killed more people, and Jurassic World, which was filled with glorious scenes of park guests being terrorized and eaten, you'd think people ...
First Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Footage Features an Adorable Baby RaptorVanity Fair
First Brief Look at Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom Showcases the Cutest Deadly Carnivore EverGizmodo
'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom' First Footage Shows Chris Pratt Petting Baby RaptorVariety
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NPR

If The Developing World Can Go Solar, Maybe Puerto Rico Can Too
NPR
China is investing more in photovoltaics than any other nation in the world. And according to the Renewable Energy Policy Network for the 21st Century, over the course of 2016 China boosted the amount of electricity it gets from photovoltaic cells by ...
There's a third-world America that no one noticesWashington Post

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Washington Post

David Cassidy was the biggest star in the world — for about two years
Washington Post
Like all good actors, he had an interesting face. Wide-set eyes, narrow and lashy, that gave him a wryness beyond his years. When he kept the smile in check for troubled-young-man roles on “Bonanza” or “Marcus Welby, M.D.,” his masterful sulk could ...

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Ars Technica

The McLaren Formula 1 team just hired the World's Fastest Gamer
Ars Technica
After an exhausting week of fitness tests, engineering debriefs—plus plenty of racing games—the McLaren F1 team has crowned Rudy Van Buren from Leystad, Netherlands as the World's Fastest Gamer. More than just a fancy title and bragging rights, that ...

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ATP World Tour

Nitto ATP Finals Complete Record-Breaking Attendance Across 2017 ATP World Tour Season
ATP World Tour
The 2017 Nitto ATP Finals brought a spectacular close to a memorable 2017 season that saw more fans come out and watch the world's best tennis players on the ATP World Tour than ever before. More than 4.5 million fans attended ATP World Tour events in ...

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MSNBC

Trump World has big changes in mind for your internet access
MSNBC
When Donald Trump chose a fierce opponent of net neutrality to lead the Federal Communications Commission, it was obvious that it was only a matter of time before the very idea of an open internet came under fire. Close video ...
The End of Net Neutrality Isn't the End of the WorldBloomberg

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HuffPost

K-Pop Group BTS Broke A World Record Because Of Course They Did
HuffPost
Guinness World Records revealed in a statement sent to HuffPost that as of Tuesday, the band holds the world record for most Twitter engagements. The Seoul-based seven-member boy band now officially holds records for both most Twitter engagements as ...

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NBCNews.com

World's first floating village to breathe new life into old dream
NBCNews.com
Cities at sea, afloat on the waves, have long been a cherished dream for forward-thinking architects and science fiction writers. Now the world's first fully floating community is set to take shape in the turquoise waters of a Tahitian lagoon. Blue ...



HuffPost

Trump Makes World's Dumbest Feud Even Dumber
HuffPost
Trump Makes World's Dumbest Feud Even Dumber. He called a UCLA basketball player's father, “a poor man's version of Don King, but without the hair.” By Alana Horowitz Satlin. President Donald Trump escalated what has arguably been his most mindless ...

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NPR

'Darkest Hour': In A World At War, A War Of Words
NPR
Through an accident of timing, 2017 has produced complementary films about British perseverance and moxie at a dangerous inflection point in World War II, when 300,000 men were penned in by encroaching Nazi forces in France. Earlier this summer ...

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