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Asteroid to make close pass to Earth on Wednesday
A large asteroid discovered three years ago will be visible to stargazers starting on Wednesday. The asteroid — named 2014 JO25 — is a big one, roughly 650 metres in diameter. Its orbit will take it about 1.8 million kilometres away from Earth.
The purge of a report on radical Islam has put NYC at risk
The NYPD has had a stellar track record of protecting the city from another 9/11, foiling more than 20 planned terrorist attacks since 2001. But some worry the department is losing its terror-fighting edge as it tries to please Muslim grievance groups.
Robert Taylor, innovator who shaped modern computing, dies
A half-decade later, at Xerox’s storied Palo Alto Research Center, Mr. Taylor was instrumental in another technological breakthrough: funding the design of the Alto computer, which is widely viewed as the forerunner of the modern personal computer. In 19
Afghan interpreter seeks safety in Canada
“Disappointing” and “unacceptable.”
That’s how federal Conservative leadership candidate Erin O’Toole describes the “terrible” response from Canadian Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen to an Afghan interpreter’s fear of assassination for serving Canada’
Trump’s first 100 days have been better than you think
As the end of Donald Trump’s first 100 days in office approaches, now’s a good a time to cut through the fog of misinformation, disinformation, media propaganda, ideological bias and outright hostility that has greeted his arrival in Washington and take a
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