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Argentina's navy says fresh noises are not from missing submarine

Sounds detected during search for ARA San Juan received from biological source, spokesman says

Argentina’s navy has said sounds detected from the bottom of the ocean are not from the submarine which has been missing in rough oceans for five days with 44 crews on board. 814 more words


Google Express lets you shop at Costco without a membership | Fast Company

Good news for wannabe bulk shoppers: You no longer need a Costco membership to stock up on a case of Cup O’ Noodles, two 48 oz bottles of Listerine, and a bag of Kirkland signature tortilla chips the size of Rhode Island.

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Tulum in Two Days

Well two and a half, but who’s counting?

As I sit here watching the leaves fall outside my window, I have yet another case of “I wish I was back in…” wherever I’ve been lately. 2,085 more words

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America has no idea how many innocent people it's killing in the Middle East

Sixteen years after Bush Snr launched his so-called ‘war on terror’ an untold number of civilians have been killed by disease, illness and by the US and UK-led military campaign… 248 more words


Is “Pluralism” the Next Big Agenda-Setting Term of Art in Global Affairs?

SOURCE: UN Dispatch

By: Mark Leon Goldberg on November 17, 2017

(Ottawa, Canada) — Ottawa is a natural home to an outfit called the Global Center for Pluralism. 552 more words


'Murder on the Orient Express' sequel in development at Fox

Twentieth Century Fox is actively developing Agatha Christie’s 1937 Hercule Poirot whodunit Death on the Nile as a sequel to the studio’s recent release Murder on the Orient Express… 277 more words


America’s oldest rocket just made its penultimate flight

(Source: arstechnica.com)


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    The Delta II rocket first launched in 1989, making it the oldest US orbital launch system still flying today. 542 more words