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News - Page 8

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  • Taylor Swift Is Angry At Ticketmaster Fiasco

    Taylor Swift Is Angry At Ticketmaster Fiasco

    Swifties, your girl has talked about the mess at Ticketmaster. Taylor Swift is angry at Ticketmaster fiasco and posted a story on Instagram on Friday about how angry and upset she was that fans had to wait for hours to buy tickets for her tour next year.

  • The Largest T-Rex Have Been 70% Bigger Than Previous Record Holder, Scientists Find

    The Largest T-Rex Have Been 70% Bigger Than Previous Record Holder, Scientists Find

    It's possible that our previous estimates of the size of the biggest known Tyrannosaurus rex on Earth were grossly inaccurate. Scientists have just discovered that the largest T-rex have been 70% bigger than previous record holder. The heaviest known T-Rex weighed 33,000 pounds (15 thousand kg). This implies that the largest T-Rex ever discovered, "Scotty," may have just been the tip of the iceberg.

  • Rishi Sunak Promise Ukraine £50 Million In Defense After Meeting President Volodymyr Zelensky

    Rishi Sunak Promise Ukraine £50 Million In Defense After Meeting President Volodymyr Zelensky

    Rishi Sunak promise Ukraine £50 million in defense after meeting President Volodymyr Zelensky during his first trip to Kyiv as prime minister. Mr. Sunak said that being in Kyiv was "deeply humbling" and that the UK would keep supporting Ukraine.

  • Here’s How James Marsden Accidentally Created Dead To Me’s Secret Twin Twist

    Here’s How James Marsden Accidentally Created Dead To Me’s Secret Twin Twist

    After the premiere of Dead to Me's third season on November 17, James Marsden and Liz Feldman talked about how he got the creator to let him come back after Steve died in season one. Here’s how James Marsden accidentally created dead to me’s secret twin twist.

  • Winchcombe Meteorite May Solve Mystery Of Earth’s Water

    Winchcombe Meteorite May Solve Mystery Of Earth’s Water

    The origins of the three quarters of the Earth's surface that are covered in water and which were essential to the development of life are still a matter of heated scientific controversy. Now, a 4.6 billion year winchcombe meteorite may solve mystery of earth’s water. This old boulder fell on a road in Gloucestershire last year has revealed some of the most persuasive evidence to date that water came on Earth via outer solar system asteroids.

  • Former British Ambassador, Australian Economist, And Japanese Journalist To Be Released In Myanmar

    Former British Ambassador, Australian Economist, And Japanese Journalist To Be Released In Myanmar

    A former British ambassador, an Australian economist, and a Japanese journalist to be released in Myanmar as part of the prisoner amnesty by the ruling military junta, along with more than 6,000 other prisoners.

  • Denise Richards And Her Husband's Car Shot In A Road Rage Incident

    Denise Richards And Her Husband's Car Shot In A Road Rage Incident

    Monday in Los Angeles, Denise Richards and her husband's car shot in a road rage. $ PEOPLE$  confirms that Denise Richards is "very shaken up" after someone shot at her car in Los Angeles because they were angry about something. Luckily, no one was hurt.

  • Artemis I Finally Launches U.S. Long Awaited Return To The Moon - What Does It Mean For Human Spaceflight?

    Artemis I Finally Launches U.S. Long Awaited Return To The Moon - What Does It Mean For Human Spaceflight?

    Artemis I finally launches U.S. long awaited return to the Moon. Around 1:47 a.m. ET, the orange rocket, which was taller than the Statue of Liberty, roared into the sky, slicing the night with a scorching column of crackling fire and blasting shockwaves across the earth near Cape Canaveral, Florida. To the moon it went, bringing with it a space capsule but no astronauts, and a plethora of scientific instruments. The most important thing it carries, however, is a piece of the "American Dream" in the form of the assurance that the United States is still the best at space travel, with the highest aspirations and most advanced technology.

  • Russian Missiles Fired In Ukraine Days After Leaving Kherson

    Russian Missiles Fired In Ukraine Days After Leaving Kherson

    Russian missiles fired in Ukraine days after leaving Kherson making the attack one of the largest waves of missiles ever fired at Ukraine. Officials say at least one person was found dead in the city of Kyiv, which is the capital.

  • Use Of Ultrasound To Destroy Up To 75% Of Cancer Cells - Scientists Find A New Technique

    Use Of Ultrasound To Destroy Up To 75% Of Cancer Cells - Scientists Find A New Technique

    Scientists from the University of Michigan report use of ultrasound to destroy up to 75% of cancer cells physically, allowing the immune system to focus on the remaining cancerous cells. The same method is also being tried out on people in the United States and Europe. More than 80% of the animals showed no signs of recurrence or metastasis despite the fact that only 50% to 75% of the liver tumor volume was destroyed. This new method, dubbed "histotripsy," uses ultrasonic waves to kill tissue with millimeter-level accuracy and precision without causing any harm to the surrounding area. This innovative method is now being tested in a clinical study for liver cancer in humans in the United States and Europe.

  • Zelensky Accuses Russia Of War Crimes As He Visits Kherson

    Zelensky Accuses Russia Of War Crimes As He Visits Kherson

    Zelensky accuses Russia of war crimes as he visits Kherson. Ukraine's president, Volodymyr Zelenksy, made an unannounced trip to Kherson to show support for the people who live there. The city had just been taken back from Russian forces, and investigators have already found signs that war crimes may have been committed there while they were in charge for months.

  • Megan Thee Stallion Restraining Order Against Her Record Label

    Megan Thee Stallion Restraining Order Against Her Record Label

    Megan Thee Stallion got a restraining order against her label because of the AMAs. The rapper, who is up for "Favorite Female Hip-Hop Artist," says that 1501 took steps "to block" the use of her music for the AMAs.

  • Drake Lost $2 Million Bet After Pereira Beat Adesanya

    Drake Lost $2 Million Bet After Pereira Beat Adesanya

    TMZ says that Canadian rapper Drake lost a big bet of $2 million on a UFC fight. The Grammy winner likes to gamble, and at UFC 281, held at Madison Square Garden in New York, he put $2 million on middleweight champion Israel Adesanya, who lost to Alex Pereira.

  • Using An Electronic Nose To Detect And Prevent Wildfires

    Using An Electronic Nose To Detect And Prevent Wildfires

    Wildfires in the summer of 2021 on the Italian island of Sardinia were a "catastrophe beyond precedent," destroying more than 28,000 hectares (69,000 acres) of land and forcing thousands of people to flee their homes. Fires in the Montiferru district, on the island's western shore, were particularly devastating, destroying over half of the impacted territory in a single incident.

  • Suspect In Istanbul Blast That Killed 6 And Injured 81 Finally Arrested

    Suspect In Istanbul Blast That Killed 6 And Injured 81 Finally Arrested

    Suspect in Istanbul blast that killed 6 and injured 81 finally arrested as the interior ministry of Turkey said early Monday that a suspect was being held in connection with an explosion on Sunday.

  • Keith Levene Dies At The Age 65 Due To Liver Cancer

    Keith Levene Dies At The Age 65 Due To Liver Cancer

    Keith Leven dies at the age of 65 because of liver cancer. He is a guitarist and founding member of The Clash, an influential figure in the world of music.

  • More Malware Is Hiding In PNG Images - A New Study About Phishing

    More Malware Is Hiding In PNG Images - A New Study About Phishing

    Since early September 2022, a threat actor going under the name Worok has been seen by both ESET and Avast utilizing this technique. Worok has apparently been active in the Middle East, Southeast Asia, and South Africa, focusing on high-profile victims including government institutions.

  • Why A Republican 'Wave' Never Happened In The US Midterms

    Why A Republican 'Wave' Never Happened In The US Midterms

    Why a Republican 'wave' never happened in the US midterms? With inflation at 8% and disapproval of the Democratic president at low levels, Republicans hoped to make big steps toward retaking Congress. Why haven't they done that?

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