Chris Philp – BBC News – Budget 2017

Chris Philp – BBC News – Budget 2017

well let’s speak now to the conservative MP Chris Philp he’s in Westminster for us I mean you I don’t know if you heard all that it’s a pretty grim prediction and forecast across the economy well let’s remember these are only predictions and of course economists have got these predictions wrong in the past but even these predictions do…

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And the Nominees for the Annie Awards Are… | THR News

And the Nominees for the Annie Awards Are… | THR News

– I believe in you, Elsa, more than anyone or anything. – “Frozen 2” leads the nominations at the International Animated Film Society’s annual Annie Awards. As does “Missing Link”. – Hi. – You can speak? – Yes. And I write as well. – The two films each earned eight nom’s followed closely by Netflix’s Santa Claus origin Story, “Klaus”,…

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How seven kids came back from the dead – BBC Stories

How seven kids came back from the dead – BBC Stories

In that moment I thought ‘OK, now I’m going to die.’ This man comes running towards us. And he repeats the same words. They’re all dead. They’re all dead. They’re all dead. They felt cold. They were ice cold. They’re clinically dead… young teenagers. I remember now. It was… so freezing – it was so cold. And there was… ice…

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Why millennials are moving away from large urban centers

Why millennials are moving away from large urban centers

JOHN YANG: For years, rural and small towns have been experiencing a brain drain, as some of their most talented young people move to more urban areas. But recent census data has shown that millennials, those born between 1981 and 1996, are increasingly choosing to live in suburbs and smaller cities. Jeffrey Brown traveled to Montana to hear why. KAROLINE…

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News Wrap: China bars U.S. military from Hong Kong

News Wrap: China bars U.S. military from Hong Kong

JOHN YANG: In the day’s other news: There were more demonstrations in Iraq, even after Parliament accepted the prime minister’s resignation. Women led a protest in the southern city of Basra, demanding the entire government be dismissed. And, in Baghdad, protesters also insisted on more changes. FAYIZA ABDUL HASSAN, Iraqi Protester (through translator): We do not want the current government…

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Why Don’t We Have Self-Driving Cars Yet?

Why Don’t We Have Self-Driving Cars Yet?

More companies are trying to bring self-driving cars to the masses than ever before. Yet a truly autonomous vehicle still doesn’t exist. And it’s not clear if, or when, our driverless future will arrive. Proponents like Elon Musk have touted an aggressive timeline but missed their goals and others in the industry have also missed projections. Well, our goal is…

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