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Battle of the Titans: US, China trade spat and its impact on goods

By Hareesh V Concerns about the trade war between the world's leading economies have led to large fluctuations in the global financial and commodities market. The US imported several million imported goods from China last week, and the latter retaliated by charging a tariff on American products. The US government imposed duties on metal imports from Europe, Canada and Mexico. …

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Janet Jackson Accepts Impact Award 2018 RDMA: Exclusive Photos

At the Radio Disney Music Awards in 2018, pop icon Janet Jackson received the first Impact Award, recognizing an artist as one of the most influential and transformative forces in pop music. Billboard received an exclusive photo of the moment Jackson stepped onto the stage to receive the award on Friday night (June 22) at the Dolby Theater in Los …

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US natural gas boom will have an impact on climate change

Natural gas production in the United States is on the brink of another boom, with production expected to rise 10% yoy in 2017 and 60% in the next two decades, according to a new report from IHS Markit. The authors of the report say that this means more jobs and less climate change that bring carbon dioxide into the atmosphere. …

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Asteroid on a collision course with Earth soiled only hours before impact

On Saturday morning, the Catalina Sky Survey near Tucson, Arizona, cast a glance at an asteroid racing toward Earth. The astronomers from the Minor Planet Center and the NASA Near-Earth Object Studies Center (CNEOS) have been scouring the data at top speed and confirming that space rock was on a collision course for our planet. Luckily, earth scientists think asteroids …

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Life quickly recovered at the impact site of the dino-killing asteroid

An asteroid impact 66 million years ago destroyed life across the planet, but microorganisms recovered rapidly. New research has found evidence of a variety of plankton and other organisms inhabiting the crater, just a few years after plant extinction. The three hairy forms (left) represent species of plankton found inside the crater. The geometric shape (bottom left) is an algae …

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Dino-Killing Asteroid Impact warmed the Earth's climate for 100,000 years

A 1994 artist rendering that illustrated the Chicxulub asteroid impact that killed most dinosaurs about 66 million years ago Credit: Donald E. Davis / NASA / JPL Carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere after the impact of the Chicxulub asteroid, which ended the era of dinosaurs some 65 million years ago, heated the Earth's climate for 100,000 years, according to …

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