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Bloody giant ogre battles are at the heart of Extinction


They were often hired to contribute to ongoing projects, typically by developing a PC or last gen port of a particular game. It came as no surprise that the next game from the developer dubbed Extinction will follow a similar style. Players will be able to "tactically" dismember their foes, weakening them and eventually finishing them off. While more information is due at E3, the game will be shown behind closed doors, so it's unclear when additional details will be available to gamers. Read More »

How Paris Climate Agreement Impacts Indiana Business, Environment

Some of the president's top economic and diplomatic advisers advocated staying in the deal. Finally on China, the President said "China will be able to increase these emissions by a staggering number of years - 13". "The world should cherish the hard-won outcome of reaching the landmark agreement", said Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying at a regular news briefing on Friday. Read More »

Leaders pledge to boost climate efforts

The Paris agreement was described as if it was a kind of mortal threat to the United States, and he stressed that it was supported by "the same nations" whose "trade practices" and "lax contributions" in the military sphere were also undermining and endangering the United States. Read More »

Landslide or loss? Why pollsters can't agree on the UK election

Although other polls give the government more breathing room, it is clear that the gap has narrowed significantly in the closing stages of the campaign. The pair will meet later on for a BBC Question Time special where they will be grilled - separately - by voters. Many economists have warned about the impact on the British economy - the world's fifth-biggest - of leaving the EU's single market, which enshrines freedom of movement for goods, services, capital and people. Read More »

MIT issues statement regarding research on Paris Agreement

German Chancellor Angela Merkel, a pastor's daughter who is usually intensely private about her faith, said the accord was needed "to preserve our Creation". This weekend, Tillerson visits Australia and New Zealand. Those urging the Trump administration to keep the US promise on the Paris agreement have made opposite charges around the potential jobs impact. Read More »

Leaders say world will abide by Paris Accord, with or without US


The governors of four New England states - including two Republicans - are joining a bipartisan coalition of states committed to meeting the goals of the Paris Climate Agreement . "Today's decision is a setback for the environment and for the US's leadership position in the world", said Goldman Sachs boss Lloyd Blankfein. To recap, the Paris Agreement is a 195-nation treaty - now 194 - that sets standards for countries to reduce emissions. Read More »

Amid Trump climate turmoil, France to push stability in India talks

The U.S., for instance, committed up to $3 billion in aid to poorer countries. As of late Friday, almost 200 mayors had signed a pledge to increase their efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions . For Putin, leader of the world's biggest crude oil producer and fifth-largest emitter of greenhouse gases, there was plenty to cheer in Trump's rejection of the agreement painstakingly negotiated by the Obama administration and signed by 195 countries. Read More »

Could executive privilege block Comey testimony?

In practice, executive privilege disputes between the White House and Congress have often been resolved through deals to accommodate investigators' needs without reaching definitive judicial rulings. Legal experts say that Trump could invoke a doctrine called executive privilege to try to stop Comey from testifying. It marked the first time the White House had officially acknowledged that outside counsel had been retained. Read More »

World leaders condemn Trump over climate accord

President Emmanuel Macron of France repeated that belief in an English-language speech from the presidential palace, unprecedented from a French president in an address at home. Fox, who has clashed with Trump since last year's presidential campaign, said the US leader's decision "condemns this generation and those to come" and would leave "a dark legacy just to satisfy your greediness". Read More »

Ruthless Nadal races into French Open fourth round

Agassi initially committed to just a "few matches " with the former world number one, but the American told Eurosport he was open to working with Djokovic at Wimbledon. Nadal romped to a 6-0 6-1 6-0 victory in 90 minutes on the main showcourt, making the world number 63, a finalist in Memphis and semi-finalist in Lyon and Sofia this year, look like a low-level amateur. Read More »

UW, UW Bothell Scientists Explain New Discovery in Gravitational Wave Astronomy

The twin Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory ( LIGO ) detectors - located in Livingston, Louisiana, and Hanford, Washington - detected the gravitational wave event, named GW170104. The black holes were thought to be rotating in a non-aligned way (in opposite directions) while they orbited because of the nature of the waves generated. Read More »

Larger network could be behind United Kingdom attack


Rowley said "immense" progress had been made into the investigation into Salman Abedi who killed 22 at a concert in Manchester on Monday but there were still important lines to follow, Sky reported. His father has said Abedi was in Libya until earlier this month and had told family he planned to go to Saudi Arabia on a pilgrimage. The Changing of the Guard ceremony at Buckingham Palace, a draw for tourists, was cancelled because it requires support from police officers, which authorities ... Read More »

British PM, rival face angry voters as election nears

Instead, she said , she chose to take the bold step of calling an election. In awkward scenes, Mrs May listened as a partially sighted voter who had waited 18 months for counselling became emotional as she recounted a bad experience with the Work Capability Assessment. Read More »

Indian-American Ananya Vinay spells 'marocain' to win National Spelling Bee

Ananya Vinay , of Fresno, took the crown after correctly spelling " marocain ", a dress fabric. A 12-year-old speller from Fresno, California , Ananya Vinay was declared champion of the 2017 Scripps National Spelling Bee , held at the Gaylord Resort and Convention Centre at National Habour Maryland, USA and presented by Kindle. Read More »

This is what Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn's constituents think of them

Mr Corbyn swung the election's focus onto the importance of tackling the "grossly imbalanced" economy , rather than the themes of leadership and Brexit favoured by the Tories . In a speech at CJ Leonard & Sons, which sells digging equipment near the Yorkshire Moors, May emphasised her plans to improve skills for young people. Read More »

Three lawmakers question Kushner Cos on concerns over White House tie


Lewandowski did not say if he has been contacted by Trump or anyone on his staff about returning. This happened after a number of media houses reported news linked to Jared Kushner , his close adviser and also his son-in-law. "They have talked to many people, including me", Bossie said. VEB confirmed the meeting with Kushner in a statement to CNN , though described Kushner in his role as head of Kushner Companies, not as a representative of Trump. Read More »

NASA wants to touch the Sun


For the first time in history, NASA has named a spacecraft after a living individual. The probe is on track to launch in August 2018 and is scheduled to last until June 2025. Parker, who is days away from his 90th birthday, described the mission as "very exciting". So, the solar probe will fly through the corona , the outermost layer of the sun's atmosphere . Read More »

Putin ridicules claims of meddling in U.S

Russian President Vladimir Putin gestures as he arrives to address the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum in St.Petersburg, Russia , Friday, June 2, 2017. ties and emphasized that Moscow still hopes to forge a constructive dialogue. "I think this is useless and harmful gossip that should be stopped", he said. Read More »

PVP Battling and Legendary Pokemon Heading To Pokemon Go


Pokemon Go is now offering us the ability to fight other users in the game, through the PvP multiplayer mode. Niantic Vice President of strategic partnerships Mathieu de Fayet hinted the massive update that will be coming in the game this summer, as reported by Mirror . Read More »

Three States Take Lead to Bypass Trump and Support Paris Accord

John F. Kerry, who had made addressing global change a cornerstone of his work as a senator from MA and the forging of the Paris accords a centerpiece of his accomplishments as secretary of state, bitterly denounced the withdrawal. "It's now necessary to look forward after last night's announcement by the USA administration", she said, adding that Europe's biggest economy will continue to meet its obligations under the 2015 Paris accord. Read More »

US environmental agency chief says humans contribute to global warming

Trump announced plans Thursday to withdraw from the Paris Agreement and seek a new deal on climate change , arguing the accord hurt American businesses and was unfair to taxpayers. In a critical note posted on Facebook , Mark Zuckerberg, founder of the social media behemoth said stopping climate change must remain a global goal. Read More »