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Tom Brady: This could be my last year, or I could change my mind

We know Tom Brady is back for the 2022 season. Beyond that? Everything’s up in the air. In a sprawling interview with Variety, Brady — who turns 45 next month

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Wireless activation of targeted brain circuits in less than one second

A research team led by Rice University neuroengineers has created wireless technology to remotely activate specific brain circuits in fruit flies in under one second. In a published demonstration in

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Goldman Sachs Beats Rivals, Benefiting From Volatile Markets

Traders at Goldman Sachs were able to capitalize on volatile markets last quarter, cushioning a drop in profit and making the investment banking giant stand out in what has been

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Scrutiny of Alibaba in Record Breach May Ensnare All China Tech

Questions surrounding Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.’s role in China’s largest known cybersecurity breach may fuel Beijing’s resolve to clamp down on domestic tech giants and accelerate a move away from

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Great white shark’s horrifying death after getting stuck as it attacked divers in cage

A great white shark suffered a horrifying death after finding itself stuck in a freak accident. The fearsome sea beast tragically bled out after becoming stuck in a diving cage

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Darnell Mooney on chemistry with Justin Fields: We got drafted here for a reason

The Bears’ passing game was ugly in 2021, but if there was a bright spot it was the emergence of Darnell Mooney, who became the Bears’ No. 1 receiver and

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Study shows that an individualized eating program helps dieters lose weight, keep it off

An individualized diet program that empowers users to create their own plan based on targeted levels of protein and fiber shows promise at helping people lose extra pounds and keep

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Delta Air Lines orders 100 Boeing 737 Max planes

Delta Air Lines said on Monday that it planned to buy 100 of the largest variant of Boeing’s 737 Max, even as Boeing races to secure regulatory approval for that

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Huawei’s Secretive Chip Arm Seeks PhDs to Get Past US Sanctions

Huawei Technologies Co.’s secretive chipmaking arm is hiring scores of highly trained engineers to help develop its own semiconductor-design software, a niche field now dominated by America’s Cadence Design Systems

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‘I went to Karen’s Diner, the staff swore the whole time and made me drink a toilet shot’

Karen’s Diner promises a dining experience like no other – where the service is intentionally bad as waitresses throw insult after insult your way. The interactive diner recently opened up

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