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Constance Wu's Globe nomination is a big deal

As Constance Wu and "Crazy Rich Asians" scored Golden Globe nominations on Thursday morning, the reaction from large corners of the Internet was one of crazy excitement.

  • December 6th 2018 at 18:38

More Potholes, Traffic Jams On The Horizon Unless Interstates Are Fixed, Report Finds

By David Schaper
Rush hour on Interstate 10 in El Paso, Texas. A federal report suggests America

A federal report suggests America's interstates are worn, overused and highly congested. It also recommends billions of dollars in fixes.

(Image credit: Paul Ratje/AFP/Getty Images)

  • December 6th 2018 at 17:27

More Potholes, Traffic Jams On The Horizon Unless Interstates Are Fixed, Report Finds

By David Schaper
Rush hour on Interstate 10 in El Paso, Texas. A federal report suggests America

A federal report suggests America's interstates are worn, overused and highly congested. It also recommends billions of dollars in fixes.

(Image credit: Paul Ratje/AFP/Getty Images)

  • December 6th 2018 at 17:27

Nicole Kidman and more on Globe nominations

Hollywood woke up to Golden Globe nominations news on Thursday morning.

  • December 6th 2018 at 20:51

Huawei arrest heightens US-China trade tensions

Telecoms group founder's daughter detained in trade and technology spat

  • December 6th 2018 at 17:42

Ericsson network software fault leads to mobile service disruptions in multiple countries

(Telecompaper) Ericsson has admitted a fault in its network software has caused major mobile service outages in "multiple countries". The company said the problem is thought to be due to an expired software certificate and it's taken "immediate action" to minimize impact and support the restoration of services. A "limited number" of its network operator customers were affected, Ericsson said in a statement. These are thought to include O2 UK and Softbank in Japan. 

  • December 6th 2018 at 17:07

Black films show up strong in Golden Globe noms

The nominations for the 76th Golden Golden Globe Awards showcase strong work by black directors this past year.

  • December 6th 2018 at 16:27

Hunter Who Killed Man-Eating Tiger in India Broke Laws, Officials Say

By HARI KUMAR

The tiger was blamed for killing 13 people. The man who shot her says he fired in self-defense after a tranquilizer dart failed to stop her.

180-million-year-old 'sea monster' found with skin and blubber

By Chris Ciaccia

The fossil of a 180-million-year-old ichthyosaur from the Jurassic era has been discovered and it contains evidence of blubber and skin, making the creature more similar to modern-day dolphins than previously thought.

Man coughs up part of lung while being treated for heart failure

By Alexandria Hein

A 36-year-old California man who was admitted to the intensive care unit with chronic heart failure was coughing so severely that he hacked up a piece of his lung.

Dutch Fixed Telephony 2018-Q3

This report analyses developments in the Dutch mass market (consumer & SOHO) for fixed telephony in the third quarter of 2018, and compares the findings with previous quarters. The analysis is based on Telecompaper's continuous research into the development of the Dutch communication services market. The focus is on KPN as the only national fixed network operator and the VoIP services provided by cable network operators (Ziggo) and DSL network operators (Online.nl and Tele2) as well as via fibre networks.
  • December 6th 2018 at 16:50

Lyft files IPO documents with US securities regulator

Confidential filing suggests Uber rival moving closer to floating shares in New York

  • December 6th 2018 at 16:49

The Golden Globe Nominations: Still Weird, But Not Tipsy Quite Yet

By Linda Holmes
Golden Globe statuettes, seen here in 2009, will be handed out again on January 6 to nominees announced today.

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced the nominees for the Golden Globes on Thursday morning. There were strong showings for FX, HBO and Amazon, and for films not even out yet.

(Image credit: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)

  • December 6th 2018 at 16:27

Steve Gunn's 'Stonehurst Cowboy' Pays Tribute To His Late Father

By Lars Gotrich
Steve Gunn

There's no band — just Gunn, his guitar and a meditation on lessons learned.

(Image credit: Clay Benskin/Courtesy of the artist)

  • December 6th 2018 at 16:00

California Gives Final OK To Require Solar Panels On New Houses

By Bill Chappell
California predicts mandatory solar panel installations will add nearly $10,000 to the upfront cost of a home — money that will be recouped through energy savings.

Single and small multi-family homes must include solar panels starting in 2020. Recent extreme weather events such as wildfires and drought make the need clear, a state official says.

(Image credit: Rich Pedroncelli/AP)

  • December 6th 2018 at 15:58

California Gives Final OK To Require Solar Panels On New Houses

By Bill Chappell
California predicts mandatory solar panel installations will add nearly $10,000 to the upfront cost of a home — money that will be recouped through energy savings.

Single and small multi-family homes must include solar panels starting in 2020. Recent extreme weather events such as wildfires and drought make the need clear, a state official says.

(Image credit: Rich Pedroncelli/AP)

  • December 6th 2018 at 15:58

Stocks Rebound After Tumbling Amid Worries Over U.S.-China Tensions

By Avie Schneider
Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Thursday. Stocks plunged for the second trading day in a row but recovered late in the day.

Stock markets recovered most of their losses late in the day, with the Dow closing down 79 points. Earlier, stocks slid after a Chinese tech executive was arrested, escalating U.S.-China tensions.

(Image credit: Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

  • December 6th 2018 at 15:53

Stocks Rebound After Tumbling Amid Worries Over U.S.-China Tensions

By Avie Schneider
Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Thursday. Stocks plunged for the second trading day in a row but recovered late in the day.

Stock markets recovered most of their losses late in the day, with the Dow closing down 79 points. Earlier, stocks slid after a Chinese tech executive was arrested, escalating U.S.-China tensions.

(Image credit: Spencer Platt/Getty Images)

  • December 6th 2018 at 15:53
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