A pair of new studies claim to have discovered two of the most distant objects ever seen in the outer reaches of the Solar System, including a “Super Earth” located six times further away than Pluto. It’s an extraordinary claim — and it’s also highly unlikely.
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As last week’s shooting at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino, California, unfolded, the narrative seemed sickeningly familiar: A few moments of chaos ending in multiple deaths.
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If you’re been eyeing Google’s Chromecast Audio for your holiday shopping spree, Mountain View just added some new features to sweeten the deal. First, the $35 gadget now supports high-res audio with 96KHz/24 bit lossless playback. This means that if you have the proper audiophile-grade setup, you can expect to hear better than CD quality music coming through your speakers.
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Whether it’s your plate of leftovers, your face or their own paws, dogs are seemingly always licking something. The habit is often a sign of love — a pooches version of the human’s kiss. But this isn’t always the case.
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The American middle class is no longer the majority of the U.S. population, according to a new report from my former colleagues at the Pew Research Center.
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For someone who is looking for wealth management solutions, the plethora of available options can make the whole process seem overwhelming. Adding to the stress of such a decision is the weight of the consequences that it carries; while the right firm could provide years of personalized, capable performance, the wrong one can overturn years of hard work toward your long-term goals.
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