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U.S. Border Control Migrant Surge What Impact Is It Having

The surge of immigration in the U.S.-Mexico southern border is forcing the reassignment of more patrol agents from the northern border side to control this migration surge. The U.S. Customs

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Using AI To Count And Map Craters On The Moon

It is no secret that technology is always advancing to become more efficient. This is particularly true for space tech. Outer space has always been a vast and mysterious place

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The First All-Female Spacewalk Outside The International Space Station Finally Took Place

Nasa Astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir were the first team of an all-female spacewalk to perform important maintenance on the International Space Station. The walk, which lasted a little

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Important Players in the Presidential Race

The candidates are without question very important in the 2016 Presidential race, after all one of them will end up deciding the fate of the U.S. for many years to

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Trump Still Leading the Pack

In every presidential race there are always surprises but the sustained popularity of Donald Trump in the Republican race has surprised even those who have been following politics for decades.

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December Poised to Set the Economic Tone for 2016

Investors are bracing themselves for a big month in December, as there are several important pending events and announcements that will likely set the overall tone for the economy and

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Missouri President Resigns Amid Student Criticism of Systematic Racism

It all started when the undergraduate student body president at the University of Missouri was racially abused on September 11th. Payton Head, an African American, was walking home when “some

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Egyptian leader’s first visit to UK overshadowed by Plane Crash

Egyptian leader’s first visit to UK overshadowed by Plane Crash President Abdul Fattah el-Sisi’s first official visit to the UK was met with a bitter welcome from scores of protestors

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Soon, Your Car May Prevent You From Driving Drunk

New blood-alcohol-sensor technology could cause your car to shut down automatically if it senses you’re over the legal blood-alcohol limit of 0.08. In a presentation to Congress on Thursday, the

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Google Data Shows Self-Driving Car Not at Fault in Accidents

The sheer thought of seeing a car going down the road without a driver is a little scary to say the least. However, Google’s self-driving car seems to be doing

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