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Making a Murderer creators are scared

THE creators of the hit Netflix true crime series haven’t gone back to Manitowoc County since the show aired — for one very good reason.

UPDATE 1-Russia and China to North Korea: Return to nuclear talks | Reuters

(Adds Lavrov, Wang quotes, context)<p>By Denis Dyomkin and Dmitry Solovyov<p>MOSCOW, March 11 (Reuters) - Russia and China told North Korea on Friday its nuclear ambitions were unacceptable, urging Pyongyang to resume talks over its nuclear weapons programme and heed a U.N. Security Council resolution …

North Korea

Elder Scrolls VI: Best Case Scenario

Russia and China to North Korea: Return to nuclear talks | Reuters

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia and China told North Korea on Friday its nuclear ambitions were unacceptable, urging Pyongyang to resume talks over its nuclear weapons programme and heed a U.N. Security Council resolution banning ballistic missile tests.<p>North Korean leader Kim Jong Un smiles while …

Nutritional Drink May Help Conserve Memory in Some Alzheimer's Patients

<b>Two-year, EU-funded study reveals a medical food in the form of a daily nutritional drink can help to conserve memory, the ability to think and</b> …

Scientists tweak genes and grow a dinosaur leg on a chicken - ExtremeTech

By on March 10, 2016 at 12:29 pm<p>This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use.<p>This just in from the …

Breakdown in relations means Silicon Valley and Washington are less likely to compromise in debate over encryption and law enforcement in smartphone age<p>Apple said federal prosecutors are “offensive”, “desperate” and “intended to smear”them in a remarkable escalation of the digital privacy fight …

Privacy

North Korea's Kim Jong Un Orders More Nuclear Weapons Tests

Kim Jong Un has ordered North Korea to conduct more nuclear weapons tests, even though the country’s fourth such test in January drew harsh …

Scientists reveal hopes of cloning extinct Siberian cave lion

The mummified remains of 12,000-year-old cave lion cubs were discovered in the Siberian permafrost<p>Plans to clone a species of extinct cave lion have been revealed following the discovery of two perfectly preserved cubs underneath thawing ice in Siberia.<p>Scientists in South Korea have taken samples …

Prehistoric Mammals

Iran insists its missile tests do not violate nuclear deal

TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — Iran's foreign ministry insisted on Thursday that the missile tests carried out by the country's Revolutionary Guard this week do …

Spy Vs. Spies: Why Deciphering Putin Is So Hard For U.S. Intelligence

American intelligence officers are trained to tackle tough targets.<p>But there are tough targets, and then there's Russian President Vladimir Putin, who plays his cards so closely that it's hard for his own advisers to divine what he's thinking, says Gregory Treverton, chairman of the National …

NKorea to liquidate SKorean assets, fires missiles into sea

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea responded to South Korean unilateral sanctions Thursday by firing short-range ballistic missiles into the sea …

FBI penetrated New York-based Russian spy ring using recorders hidden in binders

The hours of covert recordings from 2013 were disclosed in papers filed in Manhattan federal court on Tuesday in the case of Evgeny Buryakov, a Russian citizen who US prosecutors say posed as a banker while participating in a Cold War-style spy ring.<p>The Federal Bureau of Investigation's eavesdrops …

Clinton Campaign Does Damage Control After Sanders' Huge Upset

When the polls opened in Michigan Tuesday morning, Bernie Sanders did not have a lot to be optimistic about. His campaign was at a clear …

Meat eating accelerated face evolution

<b>Eating raw meat and making stone tools may be behind the smaller teeth and faces of humans compared with their ancient relatives.</b><p>Meat and tools, not the advent of cooking, was the trigger that freed early humans to develop a smaller chewing apparatus, a study suggests.<p>This in turn may have allowed …

Physicists Create 'Pseudo-Particles' for Error-Free Quantum Computing

We may be one step closer to quantum computing that’s inherently protected from errors. Physicists at the University of Copenhagen have successfully …

Quantum Physics

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Stolen radioactive material found in Mexico

<b>(CNN) —</b> A stolen industrial device containing radioactive material has been recovered in Mexico, more than two weeks after it went missing.<p>In late February, Mexican authorities issued an alert for six states in central Mexico following the theft of a pickup truck that was carrying the radioactive …

Government website reveals plan to revive Soviet-era use of marine mammals for combat operations<p>Russia’s defence ministry is looking to buy five dolphins, the government has revealed, as the country strives to revive its Soviet-era use of sea mammals for military tasks.<p>The military has opened the …

Russia

Pentagon report justifies deployment of military spy drones over the U.S.

The Pentagon has deployed drones to spy over U.S. territory for non-military missions over the past decade, but the flights have been rare and lawful, according to a new report.<p>The report by a Pentagon inspector general, made public under a Freedom of Information Act request, said spy drones on …

Experts perplexed over why Sharapova was taking banned heart drug | Reuters

LONDON (Reuters) - The medicine Maria Sharapova says she has taken for 10 years due to a family history of heart issues and diabetes is an old drug sold in just a few Eastern European countries that can also boost exercise tolerance.<p>A manufacturing operator works at the Mildronate (Meldonium) …

Oklahoma Has a Solution to Its Sudden Rise in Earthquakes

Oklahoma has gone from having two or three earthquakes a year to more than 900 in 2015—and state officials look like they’re starting to notice.<p>The …

With country at risk of becoming a failed state, Kiev must recognise that economic survival depends on Moscow not the west<p>In January Ukraine’s president, Petro Poroshenko, congratulated the country on surviving its first winter without buying Russian gas. It had instead bought European gas which, …

Russia

U.S. serves up Korean rocket salad in war drill response to North's threats | Reuters

CHEORWON, South Korea (Reuters) - There’s more to do in South Korea’s heavily forested Rocket Valley, just a few miles from the demilitarized zone separating the two Koreas, than fire rockets. In quieter times, people tend vegetable patches along ice-cold streams.<p>U.S. and South Korean (blue head …

Did a scientist just bust the AIDS Patient Zero myth?

Chances are you haven't heard of Gaetan Dugas, but you know him. For decades, he's been "Patient Zero," the man who brought HIV to the United States, …

Kraft Changed Its Macaroni & Cheese Recipe—and No One Noticed

Kraft secretly changed the recipe for its classic Kraft Macaroni & Cheese—and no one could tell the difference, <i>Fortune</i> reports. Since adjusting the …

We won’t tolerate instability: Beijing’s warning to Washington and Pyongyang

China will not sit by and watch the Korean peninsula’s fundamental stability be disrupted, Foreign Minister Wang Yi said yesterday, in a reference …

Russia's Communist Party is making a comeback — and it's bad news for Putin

In late January, speaking in the Russian city of Stavropol, Vladimir Putin denounced Soviet Communist leader Vladimir Lenin for, as Putin put it, placing an "atomic bomb" under the foundations of the Soviet Union by nationality policies that allowed non-Russians the right to secede.<p>Putin’s comments …

Russia

What Is Meldonium? Drug Sharapova Admitted to Taking Improves Blood Flow

The banned drug that Russian tennis star Maria Sharapova admitted Monday to using is a heart medicine that improves blood flow, according to its manufacturer.<p>Meldonium — also marketed as mildronate — is made by Latvian pharmaceutical company Grindeks and is sold in Russia and former Soviet …