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Source: Fox News

Nebraska floods swamp Air Force base, as devastation from 'Bomb Cyclone' seen in satellite photos

Wednesday 14:31 GMT

The torrent of water from heavy rainfall spawned by last week's "bomb cyclone" and snowmelt has led to devastating flooding across several Midwestern states, including swamping a major Air Force base in Nebraska that's key to the nation’s nuclear attack response.

Satellite photos released on Monday by NASA show the extent of the flooding in Nebraska, particularly along the Platte, Missouri and Elkhorn Rivers.

Source: The Guradian

Google Stadia: company makes a play for gamers with new streaming service

Wednesday 17:16 GMT

Google announced its entry into the video game market with Google Stadia, a service that will allow players to stream video games to any screen – phone, tablet, TV or computer.

The cloud-powered service will allow users to log in from any screen using the Chrome browser, a Chromecast device or a Google Pixel phone or tablet and play the same games across all of them, with all the computational heavy-lifting done by Google’s servers instead of a games console.

Source: Common Domain

Kale joins list of ‘dirty dozen’ fruits and vegetables most likely to contain pesticides

Wednesday 21:49 GMT

Over 92% of kale samples were found to have two or more pesticide residues — and a single piece of kale could have up to 18 pesticides on or in it.

USDA personnel test fruits and vegetables for pesticide residues regularly, making sure to replicate how shoppers would consume the product. For instance, if consumers regularly wash and peel a fruit before eating it, the USDA testers will do that before examining the product for pesticides.

Source: Global News

Israeli forces shoot dead Palestinian militant accused of killing 2 Israelis in West Bank

Wednesday 22:45 GMT

Israeli forces have killed a 19-year-old Palestinian man who was accused of killing two Israelis — a soldier and a civilian — in an attack near the West Bank city of Ariel on Sunday.

In a tweet, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu congratulated his forces for killing the “vile terrorist,” identified by Israeli media as Omar Abu Lila. Abu Lila was killed following an exchange of gunfire with Israel Defence Forces (IDF) personnel in the Palestinian village of Abwain, Haaretz reported.

Source: DW

Pope rejects resignation of cardinal convicted of sex abuse cover-up

Wednesday 14:31 GMT

Cardinal Philippe Barbarin of Lyon, one of France's most senior Catholic clergymen, said on Tuesday that the pope rejected his resignation following his conviction in a sex abuse-related case.

In a similar case in Australia last year, the pope accepted the resignation of Adelaide Archbishop Philip Wilson after he was convicted of covering up abuse. Barbarin and his co-defendants argued they did not know about the abuse until it became public.

Source: Reuters

Nordic metals firm Hydro restoring systems after cyber attack

Today 09:55 GMT

Norsk Hydro, one of the world’s largest aluminum producers, has made some progress restoring operations but is not yet back to normal after it was hit by a ransomware cyber attack, the company said on Wednesday.

Other cyber attacks have downed electricity grids and transport systems in recent years, and an attack on Italian oil services firm Saipem late last year destroyed more than 300 of the company’s computers.

Source: The Guradian

Brazilian drug gang opens fire on convoy of trucks carrying nuclear fuel

Today 00:34 GMT

A convoy of trucks carrying nuclear fuel came under armed attack on a highway in Rio de Janeiro state on Tuesday as it drove past a community controlled by a drug gang.

Armed police escorting the convoy exchanged fire with armed gang members as the trucks carrying uranium continued to a nearby nuclear plant. The attack is the latest of several violent incidents in the area where Brazil has two nuclear reactors and has raised concerns about its nuclear security in a state struggling with high levels of violent crime.

Source: Reuters

Missouri River towns face deluge as floods move downstream

Today 09:55 GMT

(Reuters) - A string of small Missouri towns prepared for the next deluge along the raging Missouri River on Wednesday after flooding wreaked nearly $1.5 billion in damage in Nebraska, killing at least four people and leaving another man missing.

High water unleashed by last week’s late-winter storm and melting snow has already inundated a large swath of Missouri, Nebraska and Iowa along the Missouri River, North America’s longest river.

Source: Global News

Study links daily use of high-strength cannabis to psychosis

Wednesday 23:39 GMT

A study in the British medical journal The Lancet asserts that daily use of high-potency cannabis is “strongly linked to the risk of developing psychosis.”

Cannabis consumption can lead to emergency department visits, doctors say. “Across the 11 sites, people who used cannabis on a daily basis were three times more likely to have a diagnosis of first episode psychosis, compared with people who had never used cannabis,” they wrote. “This increased to five times more likely for daily use of high potency cannabis.”

Source: The Guradian

New Zealand foreign minister to confront Erdo?an over video of Christchurch attack

Today 09:55 GMT

New Zealand’s foreign minister is travelling to Istanbul, where he will confront the Turkish president, Recep Tayyip Erdo?an, over his decision to use footage of the Christchurch terrorist attack at his election rallies, alongside threats that Turkey will make those responsible “pay for it”.

Turkish state-run media portrayed Peters’ visit in a different light, suggesting the New Zealand foreign minister was coming at the invitation of the Turkey’s vice president, Fuat Oktay, and the foreign minister, Mevlüt Çavu?o?lu, both of whom visited New Zealand following the terror attacks.

Source: The Guradian

Radovan Karadži? faces final verdict in Bosnia war crimes case

Today 08:59 GMT

In one of the last remaining cases from the break-up of Yugoslavia, UN judges in The Hague will rule on Karadži?’s appeal against his 2016 conviction for genocide and war crimes, and his 40-year sentence.

The former Serbian president Slobodan Milosevic, Karadži?’s long-time patron during the war, was on trial in The Hague until his death in 2006.

Source: Fox News

Slain Washington state deputy ID’d, mourned by community as 'one of our finest'

Today 09:55 GMT

A small community in central Washington state on Wednesday mourned the sheriff’s deputy who was killed in a shootout with a road-rage driving suspect, remembering the veteran officer as a family man and “one of our finest.”

Wade said authorities have no other information besides the road-rage incident for what might have prompted the suspect to flee and exchange gunfire with the officers.

Source: BBC

Toilet roll firm stockpiles for Brexit

Today 09:55 GMT

One of the UK's major toilet tissue importers has been stockpiling to ensure it can maintain supplies in the event of a no-deal Brexit.

Mr Docker said Wepa had seen a recent minimal increase in customer orders for toilet rolls, but nothing outside of normal monthly fluctuations.

Source: Fox News

SF Giants CEO won't face charges for altercation with wife caught on video, authorities say

Today 03:19 GMT

San Francisco Giants CEO Larry Baer will not face charges following a physical altercation between himself and his wife earlier this month that was caught on video, authorities said Tuesday.

Even though Baer will not face criminal charges, it is possible he may face disciplinary action from Major League Baseball, which has previously penalized players who were accused of crimes but never charged, the San Francisco Chronicle reported.

Source: BBC

Strong street cannabis 'psychosis danger'

Today 01:30 GMT

They estimate around one in 10 new cases of psychosis may be associated with strong cannabis, based on their study of European cities and towns.

In London and Amsterdam, where most of the cannabis that is sold is very strong, the risk could be much more, they say in The Lancet Psychiatry. Experts say people should be aware of the potential risks to health, even though the study is not definitive proof of harm.

Source: Global News

Death toll rises to 64 after Zimbabwe hit by cyclone

Monday 07:08 GMT
Source: The Guradian

Rose McGowan: ‘Being sexually assaulted threw a wrench in my thinking'

Sunday 14:28 GMT
Source: Reuters

The curious case of tainted milk from a Maine dairy farm

Tuesday 17:15 GMT
Source: The Guradian

Warner Bros chairman-CEO resigns after sexual impropriety allegations

Monday 19:05 GMT
Source: Common Domain

Baselworld Preview: Three Retro Sport Watches Pair Performance with Vintage Flair

Monday 19:05 GMT
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Nunes sues Twitter, some users, seeks over $250M alleging anti-conservative 'shadow bans,' smears

Monday 22:45 GMT
Source: The Guradian

Fantasy or transformation New York’s $25bn Hudson Yards set to open

Thursday 14:30 GMT
Source: Common Domain

U.K. Property Prices Rising at Slowest Rate in Almost Six Years

Today 09:55 GMT
Source: Global News

Federal budget makes it easier for working seniors to keep more of their money, get CPP

Wednesday 20:01 GMT
Source: Common Domain

What ‘Fed drift’ says about how the stock market behaves around policy meetings

Wednesday 12:40 GMT
Source: Global News

Study finds rise in millennial perfectionism, parents and social media blamed

Wednesday 20:01 GMT
Source: Global News

Facebook to review ‘reporting logic’ after New Zealand shootings were streamed live

Today 09:55 GMT
Source: Fox News

Trump calls on UAW to lower workers' dues during visit to Lima, Ohio, tank plant

Today 09:55 GMT
Source: BBC

Social media 'changed the game' for poets

Today 09:55 GMT

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