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Samsung confirms in-folding foldable phone with extra display outside #Samsung #Foldablephone #news
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UGH! tRUMPish! "In at least one case, a law student was so put off by Chua’s advice about how she needed to look, and its implications, that she decided not to pursue a clerkship with Kavanaugh, a powerful member of the judiciary who had a formal role in vetting clerks who served in the US supreme court.
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In one case, Jed Rubenfeld, also an influential professor at Yale and who is married to Chua, told a prospective clerk that Kavanaugh liked a certain “look”

“He told me, ‘You should know that Judge Kavanaugh hires women with a certain look,’” one woman told the Guardian. “He did not say what the look was and I did not ask.” Sources who spoke to the Guardian about their experiences with Chua and Rubenfeld would only speak under the condition of anonymity because they feared retribution and damage to their future careers."
https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2018/sep/20/brett-kavanaugh-supreme-court-yale-amy-chua
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View of Earth rising over Moon's horizon taken from Apollo 11 spacecraft....
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A NASA satellite has begun showing spectacular new images of the sun, which could give scientists new insight into solar processes. These spectacular pics show the surface of the sun in incredible detail.....
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Jets blow big lead to hand Browns first victory since 2016 https://nyp.st/2NqxxVy
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Kavanaugh Wanted "Model like" Aids

NBC "The dean of Yale Law School on Thursday responded to reports that a prominent professor at the school had advised students seeking judicial clerkships with Brett Kavanaugh on their physical looks, saying the reported allegations of faculty misconduct are "of enormous concern" and calling on anyone affected to come forward.

"According to reports in The Guardian, the Huffington Post and Above the Law, Amy Chua, a professor at the law school, would advise students on their physical appearance if they wanted to seek a clerkship for Kavanaugh. Specifically, Chua would help potential applicants to have a "model-like" appearance.

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Jets RB channels inner Beckham in butt-wiping TD celebration https://nyp.st/2NslWFr
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President Donald #Trump may find it harder to claim victory over #China the longer his trade war runs, even as he points to America’s ebullient economy and stock market as evidence he’s winning for now. In confronting China, Trump is using the same strong-arm tactics he employed as a real-estate mogul, taking care to snuff out any suggestion he’s under pressure to strike a deal.

But Trump’s leverage may be short-lived. The president’s political power will be curtailed if the Democrats win the House in congressional elections in November, as they are favored to do. While the U.S. economy has so far appeared resilient to the trade war, the boost from this year’s tax cuts is expected to fade.


#WorldEconomy #Protectionism #America #Globalisation #GlobalTrade #TradeWars #EconomicRisk #Economy #TradePolicy #InternationalTrade #TradeTariffs #Politics #Geopolitics #InternationalRelations #USA #GlobalTradeWar #AmericanEconomy
Trump Is Winning His Trade War With China. Here's Why That Might Not Last
http://fortune.com/2018/09/20/trump-trade-war-china-victory/
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Nasa’s Curiosity rover has ground to a halt on Mars after a glitch forced the termination all of its science experiments, following one of the biggest Martian dust storms on record, which at its peak covered 14 million square miles (36 million sq km), knocking out Nasa’s solar-powered Opportunity rover for three months. Curiosity weathered the storm as it runs on a nuclear-powered battery and so does not rely on the sun’s rays to fuel its operations.

The Curiosity Mission team says the inter-planetary science lab can no longer beam data stored in Curiosity’s memory back to Earth, effectively rendering it useless until the issue is resolved.

The rover is still able to transmit some data, including about its well-being. It can uplink information to a Mars orbiter as it passes overhead, or beam it directly to the Deep Space Network, a series of antennas back on Earth. Vasavada said engineers have instructed Curiosity to send more data about its status, which doesn’t require the rover to dip into previously stored information.
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FASTEST SPEED EVER ON TWO WHEELS ON ROCKET BIKE!!!

Eric Teboul beats his own record with 286 mph
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On any spacecraft, the antennas are key pieces of hardware, being the all-important links with Earth. After several years of development, the main communications dish on our #SolarOrbiter is now ready to be integrated with the pioneering spacecraft.

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Rachel Maddow Just Exposed Chuck Grassley For Running A Sham Investigation Into Kavanaugh: Republicans don't have any interest in getting to the bottom of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford's credible allegations against Brett Kavanaugh because they know it could cost them a Supreme Court seat. 
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Trump wonders why Kavanaugh accuser didn’t ‘call the FBI 36 years ago’ https://nyp.st/2DgdC72
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