Posts in: April, 2016

First look at the ‘Gilmore Girls’ revival

The stars are back in Stars Hollow!

Netflix has released the first images from the “Gilmore Girls” revival that is coming this year.

The four 90-minute installments are eagerly awaited by fans who have missed the adventures of Lorelai Gilmore (Lauren Graham) and her daughter, Rory (Alexis Bledel), in the fictitious Connecticut

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Player of the Week: Clutch Chan leads ROS playoff push

Jeff Chan underscored his readiness for the playoffs with back-to-back clutch performances to earn his 1st Accel-PBA Press Corps Player of the Week award for the period of April 4-10 in the Oppo-PBA Commissioner’s Cup.

The 6-foot-2 Rain or Shine gunner knew the gravity of each win as he stepped up

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Greece sends first migrants back to Turkey under new EU deal

  • 12th Apr 2016
  • News

Lesbos, Greece and Dikili, Turkey (CNN)The first migrants to be deported from Greece as part of a controversial new EU plan to tackle the migration crisis have landed on Turkish soil.

Three boats carrying 202 people departed in the early hours of the morning from the Greek islands of Lesbos and

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The planet hunter searching for another Earth

“I want to find another Earth. That’s what I’m living for.”

MIT astrophysicist Sara Seager has been looking at planets beyond our solar system, known as exoplanets, for almost 20 years.

When the first ones were discovered in the 1990s, many questioned the finding and didn’t think it was real. But since

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Kidnapped to kill: How Boko Haram is turning girls into weapons

  • 17th Apr 2016
  • News

The question was always the same, she says. So, too, was the answer.

“They came to us to pick us,” Fati recalls. “They would ask, ‘Who wants to be a suicide bomber?’ The girls would shout, ‘me, me, me.’ They were fighting to do the suicide bombings.”

Young girls fighting to strap

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Facebook, Microsoft say they pay women, men equally

Facebook and Microsoft became the latest tech companies to claim that their female employees earn as much as their male counterparts.

The tech industry has been criticized for favoring white males, and the figures were released ahead of Equal Pay Day on Tuesday.

Lori Goler, Facebook’s head of HR, said in a

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‘Walking Dead’ finale: Who Did Negan kill?

AMC’s The Walking Dead wrapped its sixth season Sunday with a finale that paid tribute to the comic’s landmark (and shocking) 100th issue, while also failing to answer the biggest burning question on everyone’s minds: Who dies?

As expected, comics villain Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) made his debut in the closing

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He created Google Alerts. Now he’s an almond farmer

When Naga Kataru first pitched the idea of Google Alerts, it was immediately rejected.

“My manager didn’t like it,” said Kataru. “He said Google makes money when people come to us. If we set alerts, then we’re losing money because we’re sending people away from Google.”

Kataru trusted his instincts anyway.

“I went

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