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After We Collided: does this shock hit point the way to cinema’s future?

Its success has been hailed as “extraordinary” – not least because no one saw it coming. The YA romance After We Collided has next to no marketing budget and zero

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NFL kickers missed the most field goals in an opening week since 1982

Bengals kicker Randy Bullock was wide right on a 31-yard field goal try that would have tied the game with two seconds left. Titans kicker Stephen Gostkowski was wide right,

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Researchers release a new app to promote the inclusion of people with intellectual disability

The Institute for Research on Well-being Policies (Poliwelfare) of the University of Valencia, a partner of European project Mind Inclusion 2.0, has developed the app Mind Inclusion 2.0, to promote

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U.S. Senator Blumenthal demands AT&T drop push for ad-subsidized cellphone plans

U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal on Friday called on AT&T Inc T.N to stop pursuing plans to offer cellphone plans partially subsidized by advertising that he said would undermine consumer privacy.

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Become a certified data expert with this Excel and Power BI training, currently 97% off

From forecasting sales to analyzing customer behavior, data skills are more valuable than ever. If you want to impress recruiters, the 2020 Master Microsoft Excel & Power BI Certification Bundle

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More than ‘Strong Females’: why the best TV gets inside women’s heads

If I Hate Suzie is an experiment in stress contagion, it is an unmitigated success. Billie Piper and Lucy Prebble’s new Sky Atlantic drama opens with the titular popstar-turned-actor learning

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Harrison Smith calls being a captain for the first time “cool”

Safety Harrison Smith is in his ninth season in Minnesota. He’s made the Pro Bowl the past five seasons and earned All-Pro honors in 2017. The only thing Smith hadn’t

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Improving immunity through exercise – new advice on lowering infection impact

New advice to help healthcare professionals promote exercise as a way of improving immunity has been launched by medical experts and exercise scientists. The aim is to guide GPs, nurses

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U.S. Justice Department indicts six with conspiracy to pay bribes to Amazon employees

The U.S. Justice Department said on Friday six people have been indicted by a grand jury in Washington state with conspiring to pay commercial bribes to employees and contractors of

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New EU legislation set to force Apple to share access to NFC tech

Apple has long been criticized for locking down NFC functionality and restricting it to Apple Pay, which is seen as an anticompetitive move that keeps competitors at bay. The EU

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