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Bitcoin Price Collapses Under $8,000 Again as Traders Fear Bigger Fall

Bitcoin Price Collapses Under $8,000 Again as Traders Fear Bigger Fall
The bitcoin price has dropped below $8,000 once again and traders are preparing for a larger pullback in the cryptocurrency market. On October 11, when the bitcoin price spiked to $8,800, the probability of a short term trend reversal to the upside initially increased. However, following a hard rejection down to $8,200 within a span…

NASA satellite to study ionosphere launches after two-year delay

Artist’s illustration of the Ionospheric Connection Explorer satellite. Credit: NASA A refrigerator-sized satellite soared into orbit aboard an air-launched Northrop Grumman Pegasus XL rocket Thursday night over the Atlantic Ocean, finally setting off on a $252 million mission to probe the dynamic boundary region where space and Earth’s atmosphere meet. NASA’s Ionospheric Connection Explorer, or…

California passes bill making HIV-prevention drugs available without prescription | TheHill

California passes bill making HIV-prevention drugs available without prescription | TheHill
California Gov. Gavin NewsomGavin Christopher NewsomCalifornia creates first toll-free statewide mental health line California inspires other states to push to pay college athletes Ex-FCC counselor calls for federal consumer privacy law MORE (D) has signed legislation into law that allows pharmacists in the state to dispense medication designed to prevent HIV without a prescription.Newsom signed…

The Morning After: Amazon’s first Kindle for kids

The Morning After: Amazon’s first Kindle for kids
Engadget's review is on the way.macOS Catalina is available to downloadThe reason we're waiting to publish our review: A couple of key features weren't available to try out until the finished OS shipped. That includes Catalyst apps that were designed for the iPad first and later ported over to the Mac, as well as Apple…

These are highest paying companies, according to Glassdoor

These are highest paying companies, according to Glassdoor
Ever wonder how your company’s pay stacks up compared to that of others? Are you thinking about jumping ship toward greener pastures? Glassdoor, an online job and recruiting site, has revealed the highest paying companies in 2019. Just as it dominated Glassdoor’s highest paying jobs list, tech dominates the highest paying companies list as well. Twenty…

Iraq: Third Anniversary of US-led Invasion

By Judith LathamAs the world marks the third anniversary of the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq, which deposed the brutal regime of Saddam Hussein, a deadly insu...