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Toshiba's survival in doubt amid Westinghouse troubles

Toshiba Corp., whose U.S. nuclear unit Westinghouse Electric Co. has filed for bankruptcy protection, raised doubts Tuesday about its ability to survive as a company.<p>In an unaudited financial report, Toshiba projected a 1.01-trillion yen ($9.2 billion) loss for the fiscal year that ended in March, …

Nuclear Energy

Build a Better Meal Plan with 20 Quick and Tasty Dinners

No matter your schedule, having a quick go-to dinner as a part of your meal plan is one of our favorite strategies to beat the weeknight dinner …

10 Scariest Documentaries to Watch on Netflix

Netflix, Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX) offers some of the scariest movies and documentaries you’ll find today.<p>If you are feeling brave, check out these 10 …

Horror

New molecule knocks out superbugs' immunity to antibiotics

One of the most terrifyingly-plausible doomsday scenarios is the rise of superbugs, strains of bacteria that are evolving a resistance to our most …

Microbiology

Scientists Have a Plan to Bring Back The Caspian Tiger, Which Has Been Extinct For 50 Years

It's not too late.<p>Caspian tigers were some of the largest cats ever to roam the Earth, but they went extinct in the 1960s. Now, some scientists want …

25 Brilliant Subscription Boxes For Everyone on Your List

Selecting the perfect present can be tough—so why not leave it to the pros? Each of these 25 subscription boxes—for everyone from the wine lover to …

Shopping

Samsung to disable Note 7 phones in the U.S. via software update | Reuters

(Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Friday that a software update for Galaxy Note 7 smartphones will be released mid-December in the United States preventing them from charging and functioning as mobile phones, rendering them useless.<p>A customer uses his Samsung Electronics' Galaxy Note 7 …

IT

Final Fantasy XV: everything you’re too embarrassed to ask

<i>Final Fantasy XV</i> is a joyful payoff for fans who followed the role-playing game through its rocky decade-long development. But is it worth visiting if you only played <i>Final Fantasy VII</i>? Or what if you’ve never tried Final Fantasy and the word chocobo sounds like a flavorless dietary chocolate …

‘No Man’s Sky’ is so huge — and popular — players found 10 million virtual species in one night

In a March 2007 TED talk, Edward O. Wilson, the Harvard University scientist famous for studying ants, took to the stage to plead for what he described as a biological moonshot: a catalogue of all the known life forms on the planet.<p>“I wish we will work together to help create the key tools that we …

No Man's Sky

Top 10 DIY Skills That Aren't As Hard As You Think

We feature a lot of do-it-yourself projects here at Lifehacker, but often they seem undoable because they require a skill you don't have. Thankfully, …

On a Crash Course With Hermeneutics

An exciting summer with a spate of newsworthy news got me sidetracked (at least that's my excuse). After three months without posts, I'm now returning and offering snippets of the book I've been writing on emerging adults, mainstream science, and mere Christianity.<p>In my interviews and conversations …

Home prices have finally recovered from the housing crash

It's taken 11 years, but home prices have finally climbed backto pre-crash levels.<p>The median home price in the U.S. was $231,000 last month, according to a report from ATTOM Data Solutions (formerly RealtyTrac). That's 9% higher than a year ago and 1% above the previous record of $228,000 hit in …

Real Estate

Cinemark looks awful seeking $700,000 from Aurora shooting victims who sued

Movie theater chain Cinemark is facing a bit of backlash for seeking almost $700,000 from a group of victims and parents of those killed in the 2012 deadly mass shooting at its complex in Aurora, Colo.<p>It seems people are — take your pick — <i>appalled/irate/offended/saddened/flabbergasted.</i><p>Can you …

The Science Of Why Onions Make Us Cry

Why do onions make us cry?<p>Many a poet has pondered. Is it because their beautiful, multilayered complexity moves us to weep? Are we mourning the majestic bulb as we cut it up and consume it?<p>Or are these tears induced by the tragic tedium of chopping, chopping, chopping?<p>Yes, yes. All of the …

Onions

10 years ago India’s tigers were vanishing. Here’s how a few villagers with cameras are helping to save them

In a gravelly riverbed blooming with dry desert brush, conservationist Dharmendra Khandal pointed to the spot where villagers once set a deadly trap for two young male tigers.<p>A few years ago, a tiger had wandered into a field at the edge of Ranthambore, a famed wildlife reserve, and mauled two …

Wildlife

We’re fighting cancer with a universal vaccine

How cool would it be to stop cancer dead in its tracks using a vaccine that would work regardless of cancer type? It turns out that humanity is …

Immunotherapy

This Is Why You Might Want to Put a Strip of Tape On Your Laptop Camera

If you have anything to hide from the internet at large — including your naked body — you might want to cover up your laptop camera.<p>As hacking …

'Universal cancer vaccine’ breakthrough claimed by experts

Scientists have taken a “very positive step” towards creating a universal vaccine against cancer that makes the body’s immune system attack tumours …

These Fisherman Found Something Very Unexpected Lurking In A Cod’s Mouth

Andy Warton got a surprising two-for-one-deal when he was fishing around Melville Island in Australia’s Northern Territory.<p>“This is a cod and it’s …

Deal Watch: How Do You Feel About a $382 Round-Trip Ticket to Dublin?

If you're daydreaming of rolling green hills and craggy cliffs (perhaps a frothy pint of Guinness?) you're in luck.<p>Today, already-low fares to …

Company Invents Gun That Folds Up to Look Like a Cellphone

A Minnesota company has invented a handgun that folds up to look just like a smartphone.<p>The .380-caliber pistol, called Ideal Conceal, will be available later this year and "will be virtually undetectable because it hides in plain sight," Ideal Conceal says on its website.<p>In locked position, the …

Guns

The 25 Best US Cities to Spend a Weekend

<i>By: Matt Meltzer</i><p><i>Credit: Angel McNall Photography/Shutterstock</i><p>Sure, our national parks are beautiful, beach camping is a blast, and taking a road trip is a fun way to spend a few days, but sometimes you want to explore a totally new city. And for that, we've got you covered.<p>At Thrillist, we've been …