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Curse of Nelson's diamonds

For years we have only been able to imagine what this treasure looks like because shortly after World War II it was stolen from the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich by a cat burglar.
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Scientists have traced the three highest-energy particles in the universe to a single cosmic origin.
Amazon's new line of parenting products can save you money over name-brand alternatives        
Nary a sample-sized product in sight        
The episode of “Monday Night Raw” following WrestleMania is usually WWE’s biggest TV show of the year, but that might not be the case in 2018. The 25th-anniversary show of “Monday Night Raw
New research shows more than 10 percent of funds raised through initial coin offerings (ICOs) have been lost or stolen by hackers, raising questions about the credibility of the cryptocurrency-based
An overwhelming majority of Americans support the legalization of cannabis, and despite a federal government that continues to be woefully out of step on this issue, states are picking up the slac
French President Emmanuel Macron has hosted 140 world business leaders in a bid to convince them to invest and hire in France
(Reuters) - Intel Corp has asked computer makers to stop rolling out a set of faulty patches it issued to fix security flaws in its chips and instead start testing an updated version.
Many tech companies are developing 5G modem chips in an attempt to compete with Qualcomm when 5G becomes the standard in the industry. Among these companies is South Korean tech giant Samsung Electro
The automated freight train can travel 100km without driver intervention.
Apple chief executive Tim Cook is visiting Canada for the first time since taking the reins at the tech giant, stopping in for an unannounced appeara
Even without the supermoon, it's the first "blue moon" total lunar eclipse in the U.S. since March 1866, less than a year after the Civil War ended        
Video footage of a high school student being slammed to the ground on campus by a police officer during an arrest Friday has angered a California community, with some planning to protest the school.
Although Kylie Jenner has yet to confirm that she is pregnant with her first child, the “Life of Kylie” star has had no problem fueling pregnancy rumors by continuously hiding what could be a gr
The cryptocurrency market is experiencing a notable price dip across the board. According to OnChainFX, bitcoin sold for around $10,709 on Monday morning while ether tokens went for a little more t
Google CEO Sundar Pichai is the latest high profile figure to warn about the dangers of artificial intelligence. In an interview with Recode and MSNBC set to air Jan. 26, Pichai likened AI to fire: d
The new education secretary says schools need to prepare for a fast-changing jobs market.
The 2017-18 NBA regular season is more than halfway complete and the trade deadline is less than three weeks away. It's about this time of the NBA calendar when teams start truly evaluating their ro
The world's biggest financial market is embracing the iPhone era as investors find new ways to work when they're not on the trading floor
A half-mile-wide asteroid is scheduled to make a close pass by Earth on February 4.

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