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CIA Russian hacking report scorned

CIA hacking report involving Moscow dismissed by Trump

Dec 13, 2016 07:29 AM EST

US President-elect Donald Trump has ridiculed the CIA’s hacking assessment involving the Russians. He has dismissed the allegations as just another conspiracy theory.

Trumps thinks he's smart enough not to get daily intelligence briefs

Trump says he doesn't need regular intelligence briefs

Dec 13, 2016 02:33 AM EST

Incoming US President has nullified the regular submission of daily intelligence reports into his office. The Presidential Daily Briefs (PDB) contain highly-sensitive and classified data from the US intelligence community.

Trump refuses to be cowed by CIA hacking report involving Russia

Trump has credibility issues on Russia

Dec 13, 2016 02:39 AM EST

It is a troubling thought that US President-elect is getting cozy with the Russians. Despite the CIA assessment that the Kremlin is behind the hacking of the Democrats’ emails, the new American leader refuses to believe that Moscow had a hand in the discrete operation.

NASA waits with unabated breath on Trump's space plans

NASA awaits Trump's take on space exploration programs

Dec 11, 2016 09:41 PM EST

Following the win of Donald Trump at the US Presidential polls, NASA’s space plans have been put on hold. Considering its lucrative projects, it is widely perceived that budget cuts will be inflicted on the space agency.

Donald Trump is named as TIME Person of the Year 2016

Donald Trump named as TIME Person of the Year

Dec 09, 2016 10:44 AM EST

This is the 90th time TIME has named the person who had the greatest influence, better or worse, on the most marquee events of the year.

The Pentagon wasted $125 billion in back-office bureaucracy

Pentagon in hot water amid $125B wasteful spending

Dec 07, 2016 10:54 AM EST

The Pentagon has terminated its study that was supposed to straighten its back-office bureaucracy. Research findings have revealed that around $125 billion were incurred in the department’s wasteful spending.

Air Force One purchase order cancelled by Trump

Trump halts Air Force One upgrade

Dec 07, 2016 08:36 AM EST

Trump has fumed over Boeing’s $4-billion upgrade of the presidential plane Air Force One. The large American manufacturing organization has joined the list of companies that had been openly criticized by the incoming US President.

Instead of boiling, carbon nanotube-restrained water solidifies

At extreme heat, water inside carbon nanotube turns solid

Dec 01, 2016 11:08 AM EST

A recent study at MIT has divulged that water restricted in carbon nanotubes solidify even at high temperature. Future applications of the experiment can utilize ice wires where the presence of stabilized liquid allows the faster transmission of protons in conductive materials.

Who will likely comprise Trump's administration

Trump to diversify Cabinet ranks with allies and foes

Dec 01, 2016 11:00 AM EST

Incoming US President Donald Trump seeks to diversify his administration. Aside from rewarding his loyalists and supporters, the real estate mogul is also considering former foes to join his government.

Trump claims Facebook, Twitter, etc. contributed to his election win

Social media propel Trump to victory

Dec 01, 2016 09:57 AM EST

Donald Trump has declared that social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter have helped him win the presidency. Although he is considering about toning down the use of these networks, it may seem unlikely judging from the fact that he has used them to respond against his critics.

US military prepares for Space War

US military gears up for space war

Nov 30, 2016 09:09 AM EST

Considering the presence of weapons in outer space, preparations for a space war is being instituted by the US military. China and Russia, which had both unleashed cyber intrusions against America, will be the familiar adversaries in a conflict that goes beyond Earth.

NASA's Operation 'IceBridge' Observes Rapid Ice Melt at South Pole

NASA: Antarctica’s polar ice melting at alarming rate

Nov 30, 2016 02:30 PM EST

Operation ‘IceBridge’ has been established by NASA to study the South Pole’s ice conditions and its impact on Ocean water elevation. During an investigation, the team has found a split at the region’s Larsen C ice shelf.

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