The Event Chronicle
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By Bonnie Burton Update, March 21, 12:30 p.m. PT : Adds information about the bumblebee officially joining the list today, after a delay earlier this year. The rusty patched bumblebee is finally getting the attention it deserves. It's the first bumblebee in the United States to be listed as endangered. The bee is one of the pollinators experiencing serious declines across the country, according to the US Fish and Wildlife Service. Why is this important? Pollinators are small but mighty parts of the natural mechanism that sustains us and our world, Midwest Regional Director Tom Melius said in a statement in January. Without them, our forests, parks, meadows and shrub lands, and the abundant, vibrant life they support, cannot survive, and our crops require laborious, costly pollination by hand. The listing became effective Tuesday.
Daily Mail - Entertainment
7 minutes
The singer, 25, is head over heels with her new beau, Towie Chris Clark, who she has been stealing time with in between Little Mix tour dates in the US.
Collective Evolution
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It was roaming the streets for an hour until it was finally captured again. His escape was executed the day before his anticipated death. After a truck carrying 10 bulls to a slaughterhouse overturned on the road, two bulls managed to escape and one of them ran into a local supermarket seeking shelter and safety. The bull didn't harm anyone; it only knocked over a few items at the store in dismay. Sadly, police shot the bull to death, despite the fact that it didn't necessarily pose a threat to anyone. Another animal escaped from a slaughterhouse in Queens, New York, last month, but this time it was a bull. The bull was eventually captured and returned. In the video below, one woman even laughed, suggesting that perhaps it was a sign from the universe that she should become a vegetarian. There are countless other examples of animals running away from their deaths, and I'm sure you've heard of other examples near you! Are These Animals Escaping Because They Knew They Were Going to Die? It's difficult to say whether or not these animals are intuitively understanding that they're en route to their deaths; however, I believe they are clearly responding to a change in their daily routine, which is stressful for any animal.
AFP News Agency
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Fox News
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March Madness is underway and what better way to celebrate than with – a vasectomy? This time of year is very popular for the procedure because men can spend a few days afterwards watching college basketball on the couch. You’ll meet three friends who decided to undergo the experience together
Red Bull
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Mashable
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'Prosecco Polish' is edible nail polish that could actually get you tipsy. The nail shade is from Groupon and is sure to be a big hit with fans of the bubbly beverage Just lick your fingers responsibly. Read more... More about Real Time Video , Real Time , Prosecco Nail Polish , Champagne , and Nail Art
RT America
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CNN's Jake Tapper went on a tirade on Twitter recently, again, as he is wont to do. This time, he was going on about Trump's complaint about NATO countries not paying their fair share. The fact is, Trump is correct about NATO countries not meeting their spending obligations, and Tapper actually defended Trump's point. But then he completely bashed on Trump anyway, completing missing his own point entirely. Follow The Resident at http://www.twitter.com/TheResident Find RT America in your area: http://rt.com/where-to-watch/ Or watch us online: http://rt.com/on-air/rt-america-air/ Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTAmerica Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_America
TIME - News
2 hours
Ryan Reynolds knows plenty of people didn't love his 2011 movie Green Lantern and he just might agree. Reynolds stopped by The Late Show on Tuesday night to ponder some of lifes biggest questions with Stephen Colbert for the segment known as Big Questions with Even Bigger Stars. They pondered the nature of the universe, what cats dream about (Defenseless humans that taste like tuna, quipped Colbert), and the meaning of Life (thats Reynoldss new movie, not life itself), Eventually things turned to the most important questions, like what super powers they would like to have. Colbert was quick to answer, Id like to have a super-cool alien high-tech ring and its green and it has a lantern on it and I can use my imagination to make anything out of green light. Wow.
AFP News Agency
2 hours
The newly restored shrine surrounding what is believed to be Jesus's tomb is unveiled at a ceremony in Jerusalem following months of delicate work and in time for crowds of Easter visitors.
Techradar
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Lessons learned Android was able to beef up its security this past year using several new features such as Smart Lock, Safe Browsing, and Google-backed security APIs for third-party developers, according to Google's main report . From 2015-2016, Android's own Verify Apps feature claims to have dropped the amount of malicious activities via Google Play Store app to all-time lows, such lowering install rates of trojans by over 50% to just 0.016% of installs among the tech giant's 1.4 billion-strong user base. Backdoors and unauthorized loaders were also down, making up less than even a hundredth of a percent of installs in 2016. Phishing apps took an especially hard hit, down over 70% the previous year to an install rate of 0.0018%. Google boasts that by the end of 2016 only 0.05% of devices that downloaded apps exclusively from the Google Play Store has software that was potentially harmful, down from 0.
Daily Mail - USA
2 hours
John J Gotti, 23, who was already in prison serving time on drug charges, was swept up Wednesday in an FBI bust along with six other reputed members of the Bonanno crime family.
Techradar
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Ever get a message asking, "When will you get here?" when you're 30 seconds (or 30 minutes) from your destination? Happens to us all the time, and it can be frustrating to take the time to reply back when you're already scrambling to leave the house, or about to walk in the door. Google Maps is introducing a feature to help curb some of this modern-day inconvenience by turning on real-time location sharing. Soon, users worldwide can let family and friends know their exact location for as long a duration as they like. The feature works on both iOS and Android, and folks you're sharing your location with can view where you are on Android, iPhone, mobile web browsers and desktop. Google made a video to illustrate how real-time location sharing works: If you're still reading, here's how it works: To activate, head into the side menu in Google Maps or tap on the little blue dot and select "Share location.
BBC Parliament
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Every time you go through a sieve of the process you get sucked into this, you have to do it now. In certain circumstances that is quite interesting but there is a fundamental difference in website development between informing and educating a customer and deliberately deceiving or panicking them. I think this website is effective, I am not condoning.
BBC Parliament
3 hours
it is affecting people worldwide. It is growing all the time. I suspect also there will be people who fall victim to what is quite underhand in not displaying the correct price. You think you're spending £243 and you end up spending £1400. I have a file full you end up spending £1400. I have a file full of e-mails from people who had similar experiences with viable goal. Do you think there are potentially thousands of other people potentially thousands of other.
BBC Parliament
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keep up with that so I started a Facebook group. It has just become... It is almost an all-consuming thing. People are contacting me all the time and they are very distressed. contacting me all the time and they are very distressed. I do not know if I can share their letters here but I do have some with me... It is not even just about the money, although the money is huge for these ticket sales, there are other.
BBC Parliament
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his 16th birthday on the 12th of April, the date Ed Sheeran is playing in Dublin. I thought as a surprise, I would try to get tickets. The last time I bought tickets was ten years ago to Rod Stewart and I'm not familiar with the secondary market, or I wasn't until six weeks ago. I researched, I did all the things I think as a consumer, we are advised to.
BBC Parliament
3 hours
selling situation, to have the protection of the law which states that if you are in a situation, you have a right to cancel your purchase within a certain time period. What we are seeing is that for every customer who has had a negative experience with Viagogo, they have all asked for refunds, and they have all been told they simply cannot have one. Initially, they are told they can't have everything, it's impossible to cancel their perches but what they can do is relist
BBC Parliament
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went on edit shearing .com for the first time. There went on edit shearing .com for the first time. There was no pressure. I googled Ed Sheeran at Manchester and I can buy two googled Ed Sheeran at Manchester and I can buy two £77 tickets for £990. The website will get a.
MotoGP
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Design Milk - Tech
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Product designer Kosho Tsuboi once lived in a zen monastery temple. In the process, the young graduate became more profoundly aware of the relevance of time and the tactile in shaping and defining the human experience. An example of this realization manifests today in his team's conceptual Magic Calendar , a hi-resolution electronic paper calendar display envisioning connecting the divide between our virtual calendars and the physical world around us. Conceived as part of Google's Android Experiments initiative, Magic Calendar is a response to the question, What if there was a calendar that combines the merits of both paper and smartphone?. The answer is an Android app partnered with an interconnected paper-thin e-ink color display. Everything on the mobile device's calendar is mirrored physically on an always-on display designed for the wall or on the desk, making sharing events and schedules between people easier and more natural.
BBC Parliament
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thousands of pounds of people, knowing they are not going to be to get in and see the show, is effectively like selling a product that never existed. That surely is fraud. Clearly that's a matter for yourselves. This show is clearly going to run for a long time
21stCenturyWire
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Eldem ascended the podium with many documents in his hands, declaring that the Turkish police has identified numerous safe houses in Turkey (stating that the police have even named 10,000 separate addresses) and that 14 separate investigations had been initiated in this connecton. The MP highlighted one of the cases, to do with a figure whom he identified with his intitials as “İ.B.” This figure can arguably be identified as İlhami Balı, habitually employing the code-name or kunya Ebubekir (or Abu Bakr) – a Turkish citizen hailing from the Hatay region's hamlet of Reyhanlı, scene of an infamous twin car bomb attack on 11 May 2013, universally attributed to Jabhat al-Nusra at the time though Turkey's AKP government persisted in blaming Bashar al-Assad. According to the pro-government newspaper Sabah , this individual has in the past been incarcerated on numerous occasions as a member of Al Qaeda, but was from 2013 onwards active as the Amir for the Turkish Border' (or “Türkiye Sınır Emiri“).
SABC Digital News
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The UN says with so little available water - it's time to stop the leaks. Water can be wasted or it can be used over and over again. More than one thousand local and international delegates came together on this World Water Day at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Conference Center in Durban on Wednesday. The UN Director for world water assessments, Stefan Uhlenbrook, says a report just released will be a game changer as many countries battle with drought conditions. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news