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Hillary Clinton's book launch looks undeniably like the prelude to a presidential campaign, but despite growing buzz, Democrats are scraping together Plans B, C and D in case she doesn't run. The former secretary of state has criss-crossed the country on a speaking tour. Political action committees have raised millions for her. And she has now written a risk-free memoir that does little to jostle the narrative that she circled the globe wielding a brand of firm but flexible US power.

The hot question of whether dinosaurs were warm-blooded like birds and mammals or cold blooded like reptiles, fish and amphibians finally has a good answer. Dinosaurs, for eons Earth's dominant land animals until being wiped out by an asteroid 65 million years ago, were in fact somewhere in between.
Microscopic creatures could be helping reduce marine garbage on the ocean surface, not only by "eating" plastics but by causing tiny pieces to sink to the seafloor, Australian researchers said Thursday. The plastic-dwellers appear to be biodegrading the millions of tonnes of debris floating on waters worldwide, according to oceanographers at the University of Western Australia. They analysed more than 1,000 images of material drifting along Australia's coast in a study published in the scientific journal PLOS ONE.
Google Inc's futuristic eyeglasses are finding their way into hospitals and clinics throughout the US. To meet the growing demand for Google Glass from physicians, Drchrono, a Mountain View, Calif., based electronic medical record company has developed a new application for the device it claims is the first "wearable health record."
Just a slosh of milk to whiten your coffee is enough to limit or even block the effect of some antibiotics and osteoporosis medications, German pharmacists are warning. Food-drug combinations can have unwanted consequences, but many people don't think of coffee as a culprit. The Federal Union of German Associations of Pharmacists (ABDA) explains that the calcium in milk binds with certain drugs in the digestive tract to form less soluble compounds that cannot be absorbed into the bloodstream.
While a digitalised Hollywood reboot stomps its way to box office success around the world, the original Godzilla - a man in a rubber suit - has hit screens in Japan again, as relevant as ever. The 1954 classic, which spawned more than two dozen follow-ups, has been cleaned up for a two-week run in Tokyo to mark the 60th anniversary of the monster from the deep.
Actress Audra McDonald made Broadway history last Sunday, winning her sixth Tony as Billie Holiday in "Lady Day at Emerson's Bar & Grill" and Bryan Cranston and Neil Patrick Harris nabbed the top acting prizes at the 68th annual Tony Awards. "A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder," took home the top musical prize and Jessie Mueller was named best actress for her starring role in "Beautiful - The Carole King Musical".

 



 
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