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Today β€” November 17th 2018Your RSS feeds

Trilobites: Ice Age Asteroid Crater Discovered Beneath Greenland Glacier

By NICHOLAS ST. FLEUR

It is the first impact crater discovered under one of Earth’s ice sheets, according to the scientists who found it.

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Los Angeles Times Names Two Restaurant Critics to Replace Jonathan Gold

By KIM SEVERSON

Bill Addison of the website Eater and Patricia Escárcega of The Arizona Republic will join the newspaper as it seeks to expand its food coverage.

Spanish online viewing: the stats

By Chris Dziadul

One in three households connected to the internet in Spain pay to watch audiovisual content online.

According to the regulator CNMC, the number of household consuming such content is growing on an almost daily basis.

Fourty four per cent of individuals said they did so weekly, or 10 percentage points more than two years ago, according to the CNMC Household Panel undertaken in Q2 2018. Furthermore, short videos and series were the most preferred content. In addition, over half of individuals who watch online audiovisual content use platforms to watch on-demand programmes over the internet.

In terms of TV on demand viewing, YouTube is most used (55%), followed by Atresplayer (35%) and Rtve.es (30%).

Among the one in three internet households who pay to watch audiovisual online content, Movistar+ is the most preferred service (2.2 million user households, followed by Netflix (2 million), Vodafone TV online (950,000) and Orange TV App (741,000).

However, CNMC points out that these figures for paid streaming should be treated with caution. For instance, Vodafone TV online customers may use to service to watch HBO.

Regarding audiovisual viewing preferences, a la carte is favoured for episodes of series (54%) and movies (50%), and sports (86%) and news (75%) live.

Where Latino Roots and High School Football Merge for Glory

By JERÉ LONGMAN

In Coatesville, Pa., a struggling steel town, Coach Matt Ortega and his son Ricky have led the team to a 12-0 record. Their success is both extraordinary and reflective of more Latino participation in the sport.

Migrants streaming into Tijuana, but now face long stay

By ELLIOT SPAGAT

Exhausted migrants in a caravan of Central American asylum-seekers napped on mattresses in a converted municipal gymnasium, while men played soccer and exchanged banter on a crowded, adjoining courtyard.

Migrants streaming into Tijuana, but now face long stay

By ELLIOT SPAGAT

Exhausted migrants in a caravan of Central American asylum-seekers napped on mattresses in a converted municipal gymnasium, while men played soccer and exchanged banter on a crowded, adjoining courtyard.

More caravan migrants arrive in Tijuana, brace for long stay

By ELLIOT SPAGAT

The first members of a caravan of Central Americans to reach the U.S. border slept in overcrowded shelters and in tents with a view of armed U.S. Border Patrol agents, with many saying they will wait for other migrants to join them before making their next moves.

More caravan migrants arrive in Tijuana, brace for long stay

By ELLIOT SPAGAT

The first members of a caravan of Central Americans to reach the U.S. border slept in overcrowded shelters and in tents with a view of armed U.S. Border Patrol agents, with many saying they will wait for other migrants to join them before making their next moves.

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Earth smacked by an asteroid 19-miles-wide thousands of years ago: 'It rocked the Northern Hemisphere'

By Chris Ciaccia

An enormous crater, measuring 19 miles in diameter, has been officially found in Greenland, hidden under the ice. The find was likely caused by an asteroid that hit the Earth "less than 3 million years ago," and is said to have "rocked the Northern Hemisphere."

Earth smacked by an asteroid 19-miles-wide thousands of years ago: 'It rocked the Northern Hemisphere'

By Chris Ciaccia

An enormous crater, measuring 19 miles in diameter, has been officially found in Greenland, hidden under the ice. The find was likely caused by an asteroid that hit the Earth "less than 3 million years ago," and is said to have "rocked the Northern Hemisphere."

'Mercury in retrograde': Should we expect 3 weeks of bad luck?

By Jennifer Earl

If you're experiencing a spell of bad luck, many people may ask you the same question: is Mercury in retrograde?

'Mercury in retrograde': Should we expect 3 weeks of bad luck?

By Jennifer Earl

If you're experiencing a spell of bad luck, many people may ask you the same question: is Mercury in retrograde?

Spain to nix nuclear and coal power by 2030

By Sam Morgan

Spain will close the last of its nuclear reactors and coal power plants before 2030, according to State Secretary for Energy José Dominguez, who made the announcement shortly after Madrid pledged to work towards a completely renewable electricity system.

These organic-inspired planetary landers could help NASA reach other worlds

By Leonard David Space.com's Space Insider Columnist

NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) and Autodesk, a software company, have engaged in a multiyear collaborative research project to investigate new approaches for building interplanetary landers .

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