Technology 

NASA asteroid hunter spies Earth from far, far away – CNET

Osiris-Rex takes a longing look back at Earth and the moon. NASA/Osiris-Rex team and the University of Arizona There’s no better way to feel like a speck in the great expanse of the universe than to see Earth from millions of miles away. NASA’s Osiris-Rex spacecraft is flying through space on a mission to visit the distant asteroid Bennu, but it’s also taken the time to look back at its home planet and offer some enticing views. NASA released a composite image on Tuesday showing both Earth and the moon…

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Science 

Republicans Will Need Democrats' Help in 2018. Here's Why That's Unlikely

The government could shut down and children could lose healthcare — all before the end of the month More Congressional Republicans rejoiced as they left town in December having passed a sweeping tax reform bill, but they face a series of major problems as they return this month. Among other things, lawmakers must pass a spending package to keep the government open, reauthorize a children’s health insurance program and decide what to do about undocumented immigrants brought to the U.S. as children. Most of those priorities will require Republicans to…

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Entertainment 

Justice League: Will Aquaman lose his HAND? New image released

Aquaman is the next DCEU movie out of the gates, although fans have quite a wait before it finally swims into view. Aquaman will hit cinemas worldwide at Christmas later this year. Alongside Wonder Woman and Flash, Momoa’s charming turn as the (mer)man from Atlantis was one of the less contentious elements of the recent Justice League movie, so hopes are still high. The latest image posted by the director, though, had fans flashing back to a shocking storyline from the original comicbooks. Back in the 1990’s Peter David era…

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Sport 

Premier League LIVE: Latest scores, news & results including Man City, Spurs & West Ham

REUTERS Premier League LIVE: Latest scores, news & results including Man City, Spurs & West Ham Premier League LIVE: Express Sport bring you the latest Premier League scores, news & results Southampton 1-1 Crystal Palace – Long, McArthur, Swansea 0-1 Tottenham – Llorente, West Ham 1-1 West Brom – McClean, Carroll, Manchester City 2-0 Watford – Sterling, Kabasele OG SOUTHAMPTON 1-2 CRYSTAL PALACE – MILIVOJEVIC 80: Luka Milivojevic sweeps a first-time effort beyond Alex McCarthy and the Eagles lead! Should Mauricio Pellegrino be fearing for his job? REUTERS Premier League LIVE:…

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Top Stories World 

North Korea SHOCK warning: Kim Jong-un to launch new MISSILE during Winter Olympics

North Korea has been ignoring calls to put an end to its threatening rhetoric, fueling fears of World War 3 among the international community. And Mr Kazianis warned leader Kim Jong-un could exploit the Winter Olympics to showcase his military arsenal in front of the world – despite offering an olive branch to neighbouring South Korea. He said: “Of course, the South Koreans are going to try and make the best of it but I guarantee the North Koreans are going to use this for propaganda advantage. “They are going…

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Science 

China Plans Far Side of the Moon Landing for 2018 in World First

For more than a decade, China has set its sights on the far side of the Moon. This year, they want to take two more big steps toward reaching that goal with the Chang’e 4 project, two satellites that are currently expected to launch later this year. The culmination of the project will be a mission that lands on the far side of the Moon. But before that spacecraft takes off, China needs to send a communications satellite to hang out above the far side of the Moon and pass signals…

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BREAKING: Bus plunges 330 feet off cliff – 25 dead in horror crash

The horrifying incident took place near Pasamayo in Peru earlier today.  The bus careered 330 feet off the Pan-American Highway North after colliding with a truck, police said.  Colonel Dino Escudero added: “At least 25 people are dead and around five are injured among those found so far.” The bus was travelling around 80 miles from Huacho to the capital of Lima with 53 passengers on board. The area where the accident occurred is known as the “devil’s curve”. A helicopter is evacuating survivors to hospital but rescue attempts are…

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Science 

New York City to Install 1,500 Metal Barriers After Deadly Pedestrian Attack

(NEW YORK) — Hundreds of new protective barriers will be permanently installed in Times Square and other locations around New York in an effort to block vehicles from hitting pedestrians after deadly attacks last year on crowds. The city is spending $50 million on protective measures including the installation of 1,500 metal barriers, or bollards, in key locations around the city, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday. Known around the world for the New Year’s Eve ball drop, Times Square is crowded most days with tourists, costumed characters, sightseeing bus…

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Science 

'You Created the Crisis.' The Fight With President Trump Over Dreamers Heats Up

President Trump and congressional Democrats raised the temperature of a long-running fight over Dreamers Tuesday. More President Trump and congressional Democrats raised the temperature of a long-running fight over Dreamers Tuesday. In a tweet Tuesday morning, Trump accused Democrats of empty posturing on protecting undocumented immigrants brought to the U.S. as children, arguing that Hispanics will eventually “go hard” against them. Democrats are doing nothing for DACA – just interested in politics. DACA activists and Hispanics will go hard against Dems, will start “falling in love” with Republicans and their…

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South braces for possible snow as cold weather ravages the East Coast

Florida will not escape the arctic chill gripping the nation this week as parts of the state prepare for the possibility of snow Tuesday night. And some areas in the Northeast could experience significant snowfall if the storm undergoes bombogenesis, a rapid drop in atmospheric pressure, which can intensify a system. Weather Channel But down south, even a moderate amount of snow is enough to shock Floridians. Although parts of the Florida panhandle saw snow in December, parts of Northern Florida are under a winter storm watch for the first…

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