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Radulov carries unbeaten Canadiens to 3-1 win | Reuters

Radulov carries unbeaten Canadiens to 3-1 win<p>MONTREAL — The Montreal Canadiens signed Alexander Radulov for a much-needed offensive boost, and they’re getting exactly what they paid for.<p>The skilled winger factored into every Montreal goal to help the Canadiens to a 3-1 over the Philadelphia Flyers …

Patriots rolling as they prepare for Round 2 against Bills

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) As excited as Buffalo Bills coach Rex Ryan was about his team's 16-0 win over the Patriots earlier this month – his first in …

The most shocking part of Donald Trump’s tax records isn’t the $916 million loss everyone’s talking about

Despite what Donald Trump says, we really can learn a lot from his tax returns — even from the partial ones made public by The New York Times.<p>The …

China's 'lost control' of its Tiangong-1 space station and it's set to plummet to Earth

China's first space-station module, Tiangong-1, will fall back to Earth in the second half of 2017, senior officials have said.<p>While "most" of its …

Ban Ki-moon condemns ‘apparently deliberate’ Syria aid convoy attack

UN secretary general hails dead aid workers as heroes and calls bombers ‘cowards’ in farewell address to general assembly<p>US defence officials now believe that Russian planes dropped the bombs that destroyed a UN aid convoy that killed at least 20 people, the Guardian has learned.<p>The claim of direct …

Middle East

Suspect wrote 'bombs will be heard in the streets,' authorities say

<b>New York (CNN) —</b> The suspect in Saturday's bombings in New York and New Jersey declared that "the sounds of bombs will be heard in the streets" and praised "Brother Osama Bin Laden" in a journal found on him when he was arrested, authorities said.<p>Ahmad Rahami was charged Tuesday with four counts in …

At UN General Assembly, Trudeau must try to move past Harper years

Justin Trudeau will make his prime ministerial debut at the United Nations General Assembly this week, where he will present Canada's plan to re-engage with the UN and close a chapter of chilly relations between the previous Conservative government and the multilateral body.<p>In his speech to the …

At least 12 aid workers killed in Syria airstrike

NEW YORK — At least a dozen humanitarian aid workers, and an unknown number of civilians, were killed Monday in an airstrike on a convoy delivering assistance west of Aleppo that the Obama administration said was likely launched by the Syrian government or Russia.<p>“We know it was an airstrike, and …

A GIF guide to epigenetics, the little-understood partner to our DNA

Last year a study came out that made a bold, unsettling claim: The children of holocaust survivors contained fingerprints of their parents’ trauma in …

Genetics

Cybathlon: World's first 'bionic Olympics' gears up

<b>It's being pitched as a bionic Olympics. Next month, contestants from across the world using robotic exoskeletons, electronic arms, powered wheelchairs and other tech will take part in the world's first Cybathlon.</b><p>The event near Zurich is intended to highlight how people with physical disabilities …

Syrian cease-fire backed by U.S. and Russia gets off to rocky start

BEIRUT — A U.S.- and Russian-backed cease-fire agreement that went into effect Monday was almost immediately violated, diluting hopes for an imminent halt to the relentless violence that has raged for the past five years and raising new questions about U.S. policies aimed at ending the …

Elon Musk starts rolling out the Tesla Autopilot update

As US officials continue to investigate the fatal crash involving a semi-autonomous Tesla, the firm's CEO Elon Musk has started rolling out …

Tesla

Gulf states condemn law letting 9/11 families sue Saudi Arabia | Reuters

DUBAI (Reuters) - The Saudi-dominated Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) on Monday condemned a law passed by the United States Congress last week that would allow the families of victims of the Sept. 11 attacks to sue the kingdom’s government for damages.<p>A person touches the south reflecting pool at …

10 Best Apps to Train Your Brain

Photo: Pond5<p>Whether it’s to focus at work, do better at school, or just stay sharp, there are various reasons for wanting to boost brainpower. But …

The Brain

Next Year, NASA Could Get An Extra $500 Million And A Mission To Europa

Finally!<p>President Obama wants to give NASA’s missions a big boost. Monday afternoon, NASA Administrator Charles Bolden updated the nation on the state of its space agency, noting that the Obama administration is proposing an $18.5 billion budget for NASA for the 2016 fiscal year. That’s about $500 …