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October, 23, 2016

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'Smart speakers' are angling to colonize your living room
Does your home really need a "smart speaker" that can answer questions, call you an Uber, turn off the lights or play music when you ask? You may be about to find out.
Lagerfeld blames Kardashian for being too public with wealth
Fashion icon Karl Lagerfeld criticized Kim Kardashian to The Associated Press for being too flashy with her money following her $10 million heist, while Usher brushed away safety concerns around the ordeal that continued to dominate Paris Fashion Week.
Baseball collection signed by full celebrity lineup
Move over Mantle and Mays. Make room for Mandela and Gorbachev.
A global conference on wildlife trade wrapped up on Tuesday after adopting a slew of decisions to curb rampant trafficking of threatened species such as sharks and pangolins.
The landmark Paris climate pact is poised to enter into force globally after the European Parliament joined the world's top polluters in endorsing the deal to slow the planet's dangerous temperature rise.
Two men have appeared in court in South Africa accused of stealing a penguin called "Buddy" from a marine park and releasing him into the sea, police said Friday.
Nobel prize in physics awarded to three for work on topology
British-born scientists David Thouless, Duncan Haldane and Michael Kosterlitz were awarded this year's Nobel Prize in physics on Tuesday for studies on exotic matter that could result in improved materials for electronics or quantum computers.
Kardashian robbery casts gray cloud over Paris Fashion Week
The ordeal of Kim Kardashian West -- who was left tied up after a $10 million jewel heist in her private Paris residence -- dominated talk among editors at Fashion Week. It cast a gray cloud over collections that otherwise were meant to exude joy and creativity.
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Ancient DNA has revealed the first inhabitants of Vanuatu and Tonga came from Asia, not other Oceanic populations as has long been assumed, a study published Tuesday found.
A sacred site named 'Devils Tower'
This undated file photo shows "Devils Tower," near Moorcraft, in northeastern Wyoming.
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