Li “Cindy” Yang the embattled Floridian former spa owner defended President Donald Trump in an interview with ABC News saying: “He’s saying ‘make America great again’.” “I totally believed he’s a business person,” she added. “I’m a small business person too. I believe that we will make America great again. ” Yang spoke to ABC…

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COLUMBUS, Ohio — It looked — well, let the coach explain how it looked as Dwayne Haskins took the field Wednesday and threw the football in front of a hoard of NFL general managers, coaches and scouts: “It looked natural,’’ Ohio State coach Ryan Day said. “It didn’t look forced. Sometimes when you watch a…

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CLOSE The Michigan State basketball team finishes its NCAA Tournament practice with a dunk fest. Mike DeFabo, Lansing State Journal DES MOINES, Iowa — There’s an adjustment period for Nick Ward as Michigan State basketball heads into the NCAA tournament. To playing with a padded brace on his surgically repaired left hand. To coming off…

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TJ Dillashaw relinquished his UFC bantamweight title championship Wednesday after the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency and the New York State Athletic Commission informed him of an “adverse analytical finding” in a drug test dating back to his most recent fight, in January in Brooklyn. The NYSAC issued him a one-year suspension and $10,000 fine. The decision…

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1.Rørth, P. Collective guidance of collective cell migration. Trends Cell Biol. 17, 575–579 (2007). 2.Haeger, A., Wolf, K., Zegers, M. M. & Friedl, P. Collective cell migration: guidance principles and hierarchies. Trends Cell Biol. 25, 556–566 (2015). 3.Tambe, D. T. et al. Collective cell guidance by cooperative intercellular forces. Nat. Mater. 10, 469–475 (2011). 4.Felton,…

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University of Wyoming researcher Lusha Tronstad holds a large cutthroat trout captured in Clear Creek, a tributary stream of Yellowstone Lake, when she was a Ph.D. student in spring 2005. The numbers of spawning cutthroats in the lake’s tributaries has increased in recent years as a result of efforts to reduce the numbers of lake…

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Artist’s representation of a DNA computing system. Credit: Caltech Computer scientists at University of California, Davis, Maynooth University in Ireland and the California Institute of Technology have created DNA molecules that can self-assemble into patterns essentially by running their own program. The work is published March 21 in the journal Nature. “The ultimate goal is…

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WASHINGTON (AP) — Earth’s ultimate survivors can weather extreme heat, cold, radiation and even the vacuum of space. Now the U.S. military hopes these tiny critters called tardigrades can teach us about true toughness. These animals are pipsqueaks, only about the size of a period. Under a microscope they look like some combination of chubby…

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Respawn Entertainment has dropped a new update for Apex Legends, and it’s a hefty one. The patch brings the game’s first season of new content, so it covers more than just the usual bug fixes and balance tweaks–although those are a big part of it is as well. The new update also adds both the…

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Epic Games dumped a bunch of news about the state of the Unreal Engine at its keynote talk at the Game Developers Conference today. We got a preview of the news and were able to interview Tim Sweeney, CEO of Epic, and Kim Libreri, chief technology officer. Sweeney said Fortnite has reached 250 million players,…

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