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Saudi media says kingdom could turn Qatar — its neighbor and rival — into an island

For more than a year, a Saudi-led bloc has staged a boycott of Qatar, accusing the Persian Gulf state of sponsoring terrorism and committing other misdeeds. As the months have dragged on, however, Qatar has proved surprisingly resistant to those punitive economic measures.<p>Saudi Arabia may now be …

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Lightning can start nuclear reactions in the sky

Lightning can create fusion reactions in the air around it, according to research published today in the journal Nature. Nuclear reactions were …

One of the Founders of the Disastrous Fyre Festival Was Arrested

Please don't even think about another event.<p>Remember the Fyre Festival? It was advertised as a music festival for the elite on the island of Great Exuma in the Bahamas, but it turned into a complete disaster without basic necessities like adequate food and water. Billy McFarland, the 25-year-old …

Emma Watson's flop tech thriller The Circle is being quietly dumped on Netflix UK

The Emma Watson/Tom Hanks tech thriller The Circle, about a young woman who discovers the internet corporation she works for is plotting to engineer a global surveillance state, is being quietly dumped on Netflix in the UK, without any advance promotion on the service's home page.<p>While the …


‘Pitch Perfect 3’: Here’s What We Know About The Aca-Awesome Third Film

Last call, pitches! ‘Pitch Perfect 3’ just dropped it’s first teaser trailer, and now we’re more excited than ever for the third film. Until then, …

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Students take center stage at ‘March for Our Lives’ rally

Students were the main event at the “March for Our Lives” rally in Washington on Saturday. An estimated 800,000 people flooded Pennsylvania Avenue, with around 800 other cities around the world having their own marches. NBC’s Kerry Sanders reports for Sunday TODAY.