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Daily News: Apr-12-2017

Daily News: Apr-12-2017 Such reactions produce methane gas and hydrogen, which the researchers note could be used as a food source by microbes.Upon examination of their serpentine samples, the researchers found trace amounts of organic material that was very similar to that produced by microbes living in more accessible places.

COURT IS IN SESSION

COURT IS IN SESSION p Joe Walsh 5 'F II asAG Sessions fires Hawaii judge who ruledagainst travel ban."Nudge sitting on anisland in the Pacific.

The NSA's massive surveillance operation is now just a little less massive

The NSA's massive surveillance operation is now just a little less massive The NSA's spying program is still vast, but it's now a touch more restricted.This, as the New York Times reported Friday, is a significant rollback of a surveillance program that privacy advocates have railed against since a series of NSA spying programs and mechanisms were revealed in 2013.

Algorithm can outdo the experts in predicting Supreme Court outcomes

Algorithm can outdo the experts in predicting Supreme Court outcomes There’s an entire industry made up of experts who claim to have insight into the way judges will decide cases in the Supreme Court.Drawing on the Supreme Court Database, which boasts outcome data going back to 1791, the researchers’ algorithm can correctly predict 70.

Hold the phone: Apple owes the University of Wisconsin $506 million for patent infringement

Hold the phone: Apple owes the University of Wisconsin $506 million for patent infringement District Court Judge William Conley pounded the gavel on Monday ordering Apple to pay $506 million to the Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation (WARF).The verdict was unanimously in WARF's favor, finding that WARF's patents were valid despite Apple's claims otherwise.

Remember Fyre Festival? Yeah, well it's officially bankrupt now.

Remember Fyre Festival? Yeah, well it's officially bankrupt now. The Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday — just over four months after the supposedly luxurious, entertainment-packed, Instagram-worthy event was abruptly cancelled — that a judge placed the company that promoted Fyre Fest into bankruptcy.The event was cancelled with little to no warning.

Top EU court rules eastern states must take refugees

Top EU court rules eastern states must take refugees The European Union’s highest court ruled on Wednesday that EU states must take in a share of refugees who reach Europe, dismissing complaints by Slovakia and Hungary and reigniting an angry row between east and west.The government of Hungary’s nationalist Prime Minister Victor Orban was characteristically blunt about the European Court of Justice, calling its decision to uphold an EU policy drafted in the heat of the 2015 migrant crisis as and denouncing a political.

[DN 11 Sept] Clever title to attract people

[DN 11 Sept] Clever title to attract people “There is a risk that in a very diverse community like Grenfell, an organisation with the words ‘British’ and ‘Cross’ in its title is confused with a Christian establishment organisation,”he wrote [2], in a blog for the New Philanthropy Capital think tank.”Announcing that he is “personally leading” the charity’s , Adamson said the British Red Cross is “changing massively to be relevant to the world of today and tomorrow.