Center for Biological Diversity sues US over Puerto Rico dredging plan

The Center for Biological Diversity filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the US government, accusing it of endangering wildlife and humans as it prepares to dredge and expand Puerto Rico’s biggest bay to accommodate massive tankers that will serve a new liquid natural gas terminal. The Arizona-based nonprofit said the US Army Corps of Engineers’ $60 …

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Biggest takeaways from Panthers’ 1st joint practice with Patriots

The Carolina Panthers kicked off their first of two joint practices against the New England Patriots with a bang. Unfortunately, that bang might’ve come from one of the players’ fists. Let’s run down the biggest takeaways from a contentious Tuesday in Foxboro, Mass. h h Ikem Ekwonu is now the starting LT AP Photo/Nell Redmond …

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Modern Warfare 2 campaign launches a week before the full game

The Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 campaign will technically launch a week before the full game, but only if you pre-order it digitally. Digital pre-orderers will be able to play the campaign starting October 20, well ahead of the full game’s launch on October 28. Pre-ordering the game at all will also grant you …

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Aqib Talib’s brother arrested in shooting: Warrant reveals more

Yaqub Talib’s arrest warrant says witnesses saw him shoot Mike Hickmon multiple times. Talib’s attorney said he turned himself in to share his side of what happened. LACASTER, Texas — A deadly shooting at a North Texas youth football game Saturday happened during an argument over the score, according to an arrest warrant affidavit obtained …

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2D boundaries could create electricity

A charge redistribution model shows how charge flows across the phase interfaces in a 2D piezoelectric material of molybdenum (blue) and tellurium (yellow). The red areas are electro-deficient, the green is electron rich. Voltage from a microscope tip distorts the lattice and creates dipoles at the boundary between the atoms. Credit: Ajayan Research Group There’s …

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Toddler playing with bubbles finds missing 82-year-old with Alzheimer’s, GA reports say

Ethan Moore loves playing outside with bubbles When Brittany Moore, the Coweta County toddler’s mom, took him outside to play Aug. 12, it was like any other day, she said in a Facebook post. Moore watched as her toddler and dogs chased after bubbles in the yard until something unusual happened. “The bubbles floated to …

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Will the Nintendo Switch ever see a price drop?

Mark Walton In a recent interview with Nikkei Asia, Nintendo President Shuntaro Furukawa said the company has no plans “at this point” to increase the price of the Switch. Despite “rising production and shipping costs” for the system, Furukawa said Nintendo wants to “avoid pricing people out” of its console ecosystem (a apparently not shared …

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Is Laura Ingraham Slowly Backing Away From Trump?

Photo Illustration by Kelly Caminero / The Daily Beast / Getty Fox News host Laura Ingraham is now wondering if maybe “exhausted” voters are ready to “turn the page” on former President Donald Trump, especially if conservatives “can get someone who has all Trump’s policies” who isn’t the twice-impeached ex -president. Additionally, the staunch Trump …

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