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  1. Apple’s iPhone Sales Slide Again Despite Beating Expectations; Why Investors Are Still Hopeful
    Apple Inc. just had a bad quarter, again. The company’s profit fell in the third quarter of this year while sales of its flagship smartphone also slid during the period. Even worse, Apple is forecasting another decline in revenue next quarter. Yet, the Cupertino, California-based tech giant’s stock rose on the earnings report, indicating that investors are looking at the latest earnings results in a way which is soothing their concerns about the company’s growth.
  2. Rare New Species Of Beaked Whale Discovered In Alaska
    Two years ago, the remains of a dead whale believed to be a Baird’s beaked whale washed up on the shore of Alaska’s St. George city in the Pribilof Islands. Now, a new study has found that the dead whale wasn’t a Baird’s beaked whale after all, but a previously unidentified species of beaked whale that calls the deep waters of the North Pacific Ocean its home.
  3. Roger Federer To Miss Olympics, US Open And The Rest Of 2016 Season
    Swiss tennis star Roger Federer announced Tuesday that he will not play any tournaments for the remainder of the 2016 season, since he needs “extensive rehabilitation” after his knee surgery earlier this year. In a post on his Facebook page, he called it a “very difficult position” that he made after consultations with his doctors and team.
  4. Gay Blood Donation Policy: FDA Seeks Public Comments On Donor Deferral Recommendations
    The United States Food and Drug Administration Tuesday started official reconsideration of its blood donor deferral recommendations that limits blood donations from gay and bisexual men following its overturning of the ban on all blood donations from men who have sex with men in December last year.
  5. ‘Designer Babies’ And ‘Enhanced’ Humans? No Thanks, Say Most Americans
    Most Americans, it would seem, are not enthusiastic about the prospect of becoming cyborgs. According to a new survey by the Pew Research Center, wariness and distrust are the dominant emotions expressed by American adults when it comes to the potential use of emerging biomedical technologies for human “enhancement.”
  6. Tesla Motors, Mobileye Announce Breakup Ahead Of Gigafactory Opening
    Tesla Motors’ sprawling Gigafactory, the $5 billion battery production facility being built in Nevada, touted to be the world’s largest building by physical area, is set for an opening event Friday and was opened to the media Tuesday, having started production ahead of schedule to meet the demand for the company’s upcoming Model 3 mass-market sedan. But on the same day, Tesla’s technology partner Mobileye, announced the contract between the two companies would not be renewed once it runs out.
  7. Where Is Marina Joyce? YouTuber Shares Cryptic Messages As Fans Raise Concerns Amid Abuse, Drug Rumors
    Fashion vlogger Marina Joyce posted cryptic messages on her Twitter account late Tuesday as fans got worried about her well-being after the British fashionista posted a new video apparently whispering "save me" in the first few seconds of the clip. Several theories made the rounds on the internet about what may have happened to Joyce, with some speculating that she has been kidnapped and is being forced to make videos.
  8. Harrison Ford Almost Died Playing Han Solo On The Set Of ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’
    Harrison Ford almost died on the sets on “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” when aboard the Millennium Falcon, a film production company admitted in court Tuesday.
  9. NASA To Launch OSIRIS-REx Spacecraft In September To Map, Sample An Asteroid
    OSIRIS-Rex, NASA’s first spacecraft designed to travel to a near-Earth asteroid, will be launched in September 2016, the space agency said in a statement released Monday. OSIRIS-Rex, short for Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, Security-Regolith Explorer, will be equipped with an instrument known as OVIRS (OSIRIS-REx Visible and Infrared Spectrometer) that would measure the spectral signatures of the asteroid’s mineralogical and molecular components.
  10. China’s LeEco To Buy US TV Maker Vizio For $2 Billion
    China's Le Holdings Co. Ltd., also known as LeEco, said on Tuesday it would buy U.S. consumer electronics company Vizio Inc. for $2 billion. Irvine, California-based Vizio makes affordable flat screen televisions, soundbars and LCD monitors. Founded in 2002, the company is now one of the largest manufacturers of TV sets in the United States. Vizio, which filed for an initial public offering last year, generated sales of $1.3 billion in the first six months of 2015, according to IPO documents.
  11. Twitter Revenue Growth Stalls, Struggles To Boost Users
    Twitter Inc reported its slowest revenue growth since going public in 2013 and set a disappointing forecast, fanning concerns that faster growing social media services will make it a niche product. The microblogging service operator's shares fell 11 percent in extended trading to $16.40. While Twitter struggles to find a way to boost user growth and win over advertisers, social media services such as Instagram and Snapchat are expanding their footprints.
  12. ‘Scream’ TV Series Season 2 Spoilers: What Happened In Episode 9? Another Lakewood Teen Bites The Dust [RECAP]
    Emma’s unraveling! The Lakewood teen has had a tough year, and things are only getting worse in Season 2 of MTV’s “Scream.”
  13. Republican Donald Trump vs. Libertarian Gary Johnson: Who Has Better Conservative Credentials In The 2016 Election?
    Despite leading in some recent polls, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump may receive a serious challenge from Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson, who has seen an uptick in the polls from presumably conservative voters. A CNN/ORC International poll conducted earlier this month had Johnson as high as 13 percent.
  14. ‘Married At First Sight’ Season 4 Spoilers: Groom Gifts A Bad Omen To His Bride In Premiere [RECAP]
    “Married at First Sight” Season 4 kicked off with six new singles looking for love. After finding their matches, the premiere followed them almost all the way to the altar. However, some relationships were off to a bad start before they even met.
  15. After Hillary Clinton Nomination, Bernie Sanders Protesters Storm Out Of DNC, Stage Sit-In
    PHILADELPHIA — Dozens of protesters and Bernie Sanders delegates stormed off of the Democratic National Convention floor Thursday night, less than an hour after former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was officially named as the party’s nominee.
  16. How Broke Are Millennial Bernie Sanders Delegates? Crowdfunding For 2016 DNC Sends Them To Philadelphia
    PHILADELPHIA — Twenty-year-old Hannah Perkins’s very presence at the 2016 Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia this week shows that she’s not like many of her peers. Three months ago, when college students across the country were spending most of their time worrying about finals, Perkins took on the added responsibility of figuring out how to drum up thousands of dollars so she could participate in the American electoral process.
  17. Bill Clinton 2016 DNC Live Stream: How To Watch Former President Endorse His Wife
    UPDATED 10:53 p.m. EDT — Former President Bill Clinton delivered a speech about his wife that provided an up close and personal look at her life and career, calling her "the best darn change maker I have ever met." He went in chronological order, from when he first saw her in the Yale University law library to her historic presidential nomination Tuesday night.
  18. Delta Meteor Shower 2016 Live Stream: When And How To Watch Online [PHOTOS]
    The second to last major meteor shower of the summer season is set to dazzle the skies this week, with the most notable and visible bright streaks of the Delta Aquarids arriving Thursday and Friday evening. The annual show should be a bit better than usual this year, too, since the moon will be approaching its third quarter waning phase, making the sky just a little bit darker than other years when the meteor showers have peaked.
  19. What Are Kyshadows? Kylie Jenner Eyeshadow Palette Kit Sells Out Immediately
    Beauty product entrepreneur and Hollywood socialite Kylie Jenner announced Tuesday that her newest item for sale flew off the shelves quicker than expected. In fact, the reality TV star sold out of her entire supply of Kyshadows in less than a minute, she tweeted Tuesday afternoon.
  20. Oakland Raiders News: Does Aldon Smith Video Shot At A Dominant Defense in 2016?
    Following the viral release of a video allegedly posted by and featuring already suspended Oakland Raiders linebacker Aldon Smith, it would be quite easy for Bay Area supporters to fret about what could be a special year for their Raiders defense. On Sunday, a video posted to Periscope entitled “Fire up session” on an account called “ravenga,” which features several other videos of Smith, showed an unidentified many holding a rolled up cigarette with an unidentified woman saying he shouldn’t even be posting a video.

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