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Iowa,Hillary Clinton,US elections 2016,US news,World news,Bernie Sanders,Democrats,US politics<p>Hillary Clinton wins a coin-toss decider over Democrat rival Bernie Sanders in Iowa. After counting the votes at Weeks Middle school gymnasium in Des Moines, both candidates were tied – so under the rules …

Hillary Clinton

Star Wars: Rebellion is a great board game nearly crippled by an awful manual

This epic game, faithful to the spirit of the original films, is worth your time<p>Late last year hobby games maker Fantasy Flight Games announced <i>Star Wars: Rebellion</i>. Creating a big strategy game in the Star Wars universe alone would get tabletop fans excited, but what pushed <i>Rebellion</i> to the top of …

Board Games

Will DNA Tests Finally Settle Controversy Surrounding Russia's Last Czars?

Russian investigators have opened the tomb of 19th century Czar Alexander III in search of evidence that may help confirm the remains of his grandchildren, who were executed shortly after the Russian Revolution.<p>Alexander III, who went by the title "Emperor and Autocrat of All the Russias," died in …

'Impossible' Space Engine May Actually Work, NASA Test Suggests

It's really starting to look as if an "impossible" space propulsion technology actually works.<p>Researchers at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston …

20 successful entrepreneurs share the most important lesson they learned in their 20s

Mistakes are unavoidable, but the truly successful learn from these setbacks and move on all the wiser.<p>We asked entrepreneurs, including a few "Shark Tank" investors and the cofounders of popular retailer Warby Parker, to share the most important lesson they learned in their 20s.<p>Here's what they …

Millennials: Here's where it's cheaper to rent than buy

Millennials looking to make their next housing decision listen up: It's almost always cheaper to buy than rent. But in a couple pricier cities, renters have the advantage.<p>In Honolulu, it's 5% cheaper to be renter than a homeowner as the median home price climbed to $612,642 in September as rents …

China's bizarre 'floating city' is not a giant hologram or window into a parallel universe

Thousands of people in China saw what looked like a giant, floating city in early October, spurring conspiracy theories involving holograms or a …

Your salary shouldn’t be your only source of income

Millions of words are written everyday about personal finance. Most of these are sensible, but lack the psychological and behavioral aspects that help people break bad financial habits. In the meantime, the advertising world bombards you with great ways to separate you from your money, by blurring …

Rocket could defy laws of physics, fly to moon in 4 hours

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 …

Chew On This: The Science Of Great NYC Bagels (It's Not The Water)

One of the first life lessons I picked up in college was this: The secret to the shiny crust and chewy bite prized in New York bagels is boiling. Any other way of cooking them, my Brooklyn born-and-raised, freshman-year roommate told me, is simply unacceptable.<p>Now, many years later, it turns out …

'Bloodborne' Is A Dark And Brutal Successor To 'Dark Souls'

I finally had a chance to play <i>Bloodborne,</i> and to wander into the dark and bloody nightmare that is the imagination of Hidetaka Miyazaki.<p>I’ve walked this path before. First into the fog-shrouded land of Boletaria, where I hunted demons and took their souls as trophies, until finally I found the Old …

Head direction cells in the bat hippocampus encode three-dimensional representations of space<p>Israeli researchers have identified three-dimensional ‘compass’ cells in the bat brain, explaining how the winged mammals can navigate their environments so deftly and perform complex flight manoeuvres …

Climate change is an obvious myth – how much more evidence do you need?

Climate change is a myth. We all know this, deep down. Some of you reading this may have been taken in by the fear-mongering governments or corrupt scientists so have been brainwashed into thinking climate change is a real thing that “threatens all of humanity” or some other nonsense, but it’s just …

50 Recipe Projects to Tackle This Weekend

Epic moussaka, layers of lasagna, tamales, soup dumplings, and more recipes that are worth the work.<p>Are you counting down to the weekend and/or a nice long break from work? You're probably planning on going to a museum, cleaning your house, or catching up on your favorite TV shows. But why not …

Cooking

Cable Companies: Google Threatens Net Neutrality, Not Us

The real threat to on­line free­dom is from In­ter­net gi­ants like Google and Net­flix, ac­cord­ing to ma­jor cable com­pan­ies.<p>Those sites could …

Behind the scenes of Aquion Energy’s battery factory & the future of solar storage

Advertisement<p>45 Comments<p>Credit: Image courtesy of Katie Fehrenbacher, Gigaom<p>Drive about 45 minutes southeast of downtown Pittsburgh, out to the edge …

No One Is Paying Attention To The Way Wireless Companies Could Destroy Internet Freedom

But the irony is the debate around net neutrality largely ignores the wireless industry. As much of our computing shifts to mobile devices like smartphones and tablets, wireless carriers are increasingly becoming the primary gatekeepers to the web.<p>Two recent moves by AT&T and T-Mobile have net …