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88th Academy Awards rocked by #OscarsSoWhite

Rock had been widely expected to address the much-maligned lack of ethnic and gender diversity in Hollywood after no minorities were nominated in any of the four acting categories for the second consecutive year.

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Women in Film celebrate Oscar nominees, call for equality

“When we talk about pay inequality it’s not about Hollywood pay inequality it’s not about actresses pay inequality, it’s about 98% of the industry has inequality”.

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Rubio, Cruz release tax summaries in challenge to Trump

Rubio’s release of his most recent tax returns comes after Republican front-runner Donald Trump said in Thursday’s GOP debate that his tax returns have been the subject of audits for at least a dozen consecutive years. Cruz had once hoped to win much of the southern states that vote on March 1, but Trump now leads nearly everywhere.

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NASA Astronaut Set to Return After Year in Space

NASA astronaut Scott Kelly is almost done with his nearly year-long stint on the International Space Station – that’s the longest any USA astronaut has stayed in space. It’s actually how United States astronaut Scott Kelly chose to celebrate his birthday, with the video being tweeted about by his twin brother Mark Kelly, a retired astronaut.

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SpaceX tries a third launch attempt and daring landing

The Falcon 9 is flying for the second time in what SpaceX calls its “upgraded” or “full thrust” version, which uses liquid oxygen chilled nearly to its freezing point to make it more dense, so tanks can hold more.

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The Catholic connection to the Leap Year

Ever feel like you just don’t have enough time? Sosigenes came up with the idea of a 365-day year with an extra day added every four years.

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Lexus, Porsche and Buick are most dependable

A study released today by consulting firm J.D. Power finds Lexus, Porsche and Buick to be the most dependable vehicle brands. The number of problems with infotainment, navigation and in-vehicle communication systems has increased and now accounts for 20 percent of all customer-reported problems in the study.

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Apple files judicial response on iPhone

Federal Bureau of Investigation boss James Comey has told Apple that America “cannot look at ourselves in the mirror” until investigators are allowed access to the iPhone, which could contain vital information about the Farook’s motives and actions.

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Shenmue 3 Gets New Screenshots, Upcoming Presentation In Monaco

To step up their game after the last year’s announcement, Yu Suzuki made another announcement revealing that their project which is worth $6.3 million is still under process. These images, deployed to coincide with a Shibuya Productions hosted event named Magic Monaco earlier today, really impress, showing shots of Shenhua’s home, as well as Bailu Village. The entire work is ...

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Fight goes to Capitol — Apple v Federal Bureau of Investigation

In its filing on Thursday, Apple raised the specter of courts ordering it to help in other cases in other ways, such as writing computer code that would turn on an iPhone microphone to help surveillance.

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