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Post-debate, Trump pulls clear of competition

<b>Washington (CNN) —</b> Donald Trump has won his party's trust on top issues more than any other Republican presidential candidate, and now stands as the clear leader in the race for the GOP nomination, according to a new CNN/ORC poll.<p>The survey finds Trump with the support of 24% of Republican …

Republicans

IBM's 'Rodent Brain' Chip Could Make Our Phones Hyper-Smart

Dharmendra Modha walks me to the front of the room so I can see it up close. About the size of a bathroom medicine cabinet, it rests on a table …

Artificial Intelligence

What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast

Mornings are an underutilized tool to aid productivity.<p>Let me explain.<p>We’re often at our peak in the mornings. This is why Mark McGuinness suggests …

Time Management

GE expected to win EU approval for $14 billion Alstom deal

General Electric (GE) is expected to secure EU approval for its proposed 12.4-billion-euro ($13.8 billion) bid for French peer Alstom’s power …

Business (Canada)

Donald Trump accused of hiring ACTORS for $50 each to pose as supporters at Trump Towers presidential campaign launch

• <b>Donald Trump launched his presidential campaign in New York on Tuesday</b>• <b><br>Claims soon emerged that some supporters were actually paid $50 a pop to</b> …

Clinton defends, Trump attacks Saturday at the high-profile Iowa State Fair

Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump -- the presidential candidates dominating polls and news headlines -- took their turns Saturday at the Iowa State Fair, with the flamboyant Trump staying on the attack and Clinton suggesting her email controversy is “usual” partisan …

Lady Gaga Threatening Legal Action Over Breast Milk Ice Cream Flavor 'Royal Baby Gaga'

London-based breast milk ice cream makers The Licktators could be headed to court. Lawyers for pop star Lady Gaga are allegedly threatening legal action against the company for its stomach-churning flavor "Royal Baby Gaga," reports <i>The Independent</i>. The singer's legal council claims that the name is …

Lady Gaga

5 Rules for Getting Along with Anyone

There are times when you want to lash out at someone who makes your life miserable. Perhaps a work colleague or your closest intimate partner is …

Psychology

Bedtime phenomenon: scientist develops book to send children to sleep in minutes

For most authors the prospect of their books sending readers to sleep would be horrifying.<p>But the latest publishing phenomenon which is topping the Amazon charts is a book which promises to do just that, at least for children.<p>The Rabbit Who Wants To Fall Asleep, has been created by Swedish …

Donald Trump: Undocumented Immigrants ‘Have to Go’

• Facebook<br>• Twitter<p>Donald Trump would reverse President Obama’s executive orders on immigration and deport all undocumented immigrants from the U.S. as president, he said in an exclusive interview with NBC’s Chuck Todd.<p>“We’re going to keep the families together, but they have to go,” he said in the …

Donald Trump

The Best-Ever Bitcoin Cannabis Drone Entrepreneurs in San Francisco

It was a sunny Saturday afternoon in San Francisco’s Dolores Park and kids on gyroscopic single-wheeled skateboards seemed to float uphill. I sat …

The Container Ship Tourism Industry

Robert Rieffel was strolling with his wife and friends along River Street in Savannah, Georgia, a touristy corridor filled with trinket shops and …

Dominican Republic

Australia's first bio-hacking lab could revolutionise access to technology for citizen scientists

Welcome to the future: citizen scientists cutting and pasting DNA, mapping genes and home brewing insulin.<p>In suburban Sydney, it might not be too far …

William Shatner will host 'Star Trek’s' first-ever official cruise

Trekkies, your captain has arrived.<p>William Shatner, aka Captain James T. Kirk, will be hosting the first officially licensed Star Trek: The Cruise in 2017.<p>The voyage will mark the franchise’s 50th anniversary and is set to sail a six-night trip aboard the Norwegian Pearl out of PortMiami from Jan. …

Science Fiction

A classy British retailer just launched a genderless collection, and the clothes look like the future of fashion

This spring, British department store Selfridges gave its century-old London outlet on Oxford Street a radical redesign.<p>Selfridges nixed the separate sections for menswear and womenswear in favor of a gender-neutral space across its three floors.<p>It even removed mannequins from its windows.<p>It also …

Clothing

Here's what happened when scientists erased memories of using meth in mice

This has proved extremely difficult for researchers and patients alike, as even with the best rehabilitation therapy and the most supportive friends and families, many addicts of psychostimulant drugs —methamphetamine, cocaine, and MDMA — relapse soon after therapy ends, often because the memory of …

Research

Science says your “gut feeling” isn’t a metaphor

The brain’s powers are a little overrated. To keep your body going, you don’t need a functioning brain, but you do need something to provide energy. Enter the gut.<p>We may not give it much thought—because, literally, it happens without conscious thought—but the process of extracting energy from food …

Medical Research

Fox News is a Big Part of What's Wrong With the Republican Party

Believe it or not, I do know moderate Republicans. Heck, I know several former Republicans who are now Democrats because the GOP has become far too …

New Japanese Glasses Block Facial Recognition

Like glasses people might actually wear — for $249<p>Computers are really, really good at recognizing faces. Refined through work on millions of uploaded and tagged faces at sites like Facebook and elsewhere, algorithms that identify faces can place people in locations based just on a photograph. …

Machine Learning

Preserve Everything! 23 Ways to Enjoy Summer Fruits All Year Round

You love peak-season fruits. They love you back. And you should absolutely preserve them so you can feel the love all year round.<p><b>Welcome to peak ripe fruit season</b>, where stone fruits abound and there are unicorns and daisies and rainbows. But winter is coming. And when it does, you'll want summer …

Cooking
TV

Top 5 Best Rated Android Apps To Boost Device Volume

Android is a largely used operating system. In fact, Android is used more often than any other operating system. Samsung phones with the Android OS …

Donald Trump
Donald Trump

Here's what a psychopath's brain looks like

About one in 100 people is a psychopath, experts estimate. But you can't tell a psychopath just from looking at one.<p>Many psychopaths show a distinctive pattern of brain activity, according to James Fallon, a UC Irvine School of Medicine neuroscientist who accidentally found out he may be one …

Neurology

Could We Give Criminals Corrective Brain Implants?

Instead of the death penalty<p>In <i>A Clockwork Orange</i>, the narrator, Alex, commits a heinous crime. In prison, Alex is offered a behavior modification program in exchange for a shortened sentence. The treatment takes away Alex’s ability to make his own decisions—his violent nature is conditioned out of …

Harvard Law School

5 foods that hurt your brain

Forget your waistline for a sec—some of your food choices could actually affect your memory and cognitive abilities. Here, 5 foods to go easy on if you want to keep your wits about you.<p><b>Tofu</b><br>The soy controversy continues with a study published in the journal Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive …

Nutrition

Pseudo-science and Bible-thumping, the worst of both worlds: The problem with rehab, AA and calling addiction a disease

Marc Lewis tells Salon that addiction is about habit — and calling it a disease hinders addicts from recovery<p>Psychologist and neuroscientist Marc Lewis has had run ins with addiction many times in his life. As a scientist, he studies the effects of drugs and alcohol on our brains in the lab. When …

Mental Health