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Trump travel ban: Hawaii files first legal challenge

It will bar entry of citizens of Iran, Libya, Syria, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen for 90 days. Iraq, which was included in the first ban, has been taken off the list.

"Nothing of substance has changed: There is the same blanket ban on entry from Muslim-majority countries (minus one)," Hawaii Attorney General Doug Chin said of the new order.

The previous order, which was blocked by a federal court, sparked confusion at airports and mass protests.

The directive, which takes

A timeline of a historic Oscars blunder

But what exactly happened that led to that now-infamous moment where "La La Land" was mistakenly announced as best picture at the Academy Awards?

"Is that the craziest Oscar moment of all time?" Emma Stone, winner for best actress, asked backstage. "We made history tonight."

Director Barry Jenkins said he was "speechless" after his movie "Moonlight" was announced as the winner of best picture on Sunday night, following an unprecedented moment in Oscars history. And he was

The iconic Nokia 3310 makes a comeback

"What HMD has created is remarkable. We're excited to see the launch of a new family of smartphones, built to the standards that Nokia is known for."

The device will power through up to 51 hours of MP3 playback too, as well as up to 39 hours of FM radio playback.

According to HMD Global, which owns the rights to the Nokia brand, the device also comes with the modern version of the classic game Snake pre-installed.

The battery of the new device is removable, like its ol

Apple Names its New Campus Auditorium 'Steve Jobs Theater'

Apple today announced that the 1,000-seat auditorium at its new Apple Park campus will be named the "Steve Jobs Theater" in memory of the company's late co-founder, who would have turned 62 years old on February 24. Steve Jobs Theater, a 20-foot-tall glass cylinder with the world's largest freestanding carbon-fiber roof, is situated atop a hill at one of the highest points of the 175-acre campus, overlooking meadows and the main building.

World's smallest Camera

Think your webcam is small? Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute in Germany have developed a camera that's no larger than a grain of salt. The "microcamera" (shown below next to a syringe) has the potential to re-invent medical cameras used to navigate surgeries as well as some aspects of cars and consumer electronics.

"At 1x1x1 millimeters, this camera is as small as coarsely ground grain of salt—the smallest camera that we are aware of," Stephan Voltz, CEO of image-sensor develo

Rodrigo Duterte Remark on Rape Criticized

MANILA, Philippines — The Australian ambassador and Philippine presidential candidates condemned the leading contender's remark at a campaign rally last week that he "should have been the first" to rape an Australian missionary who was assaulted and killed by prisoners in 1989. Davao City Mayor Rodrigo Duterte was speaking about the killings of 36-year-old Australian Jacqueline Hamill and four other missionaries during a hostage situation at a prison in his city

Zika-Infected Babies Can Show Microcephaly Later

Zika-infected babies born with normal-sized heads can still see a slowing in head and brain growth and the onset of microcephaly after their delivery, a report published Tuesday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows. Scientists already had discovered that babies with normal-sized heads can have a range of issues associated with what's collectively known as congenital Zika syndrome, including problems with eating, vision, hearing and movement. The

NASA: Win $30K For Solving the Space Poop Challenge

NASA's always trying to reach new heights, setting its sights on, among other ambitious projects, reaching Mars in the next few decades. But it has an urgent problem in completing them: It begins with a "P" and ends in an "oop." Scientists are offering $30,000 to anyone who can solve this problem in what they've dubbed the Space Poop Challenge. Launched on crowdsourcing platform HeroX, the Space Poop Challenge "seeks proposed solutions for urine, fecal and menstrual ma

Scientists Named This Spider After the Sorting Hat

Don't cast an Arania Exumai spell on this little critter. Researchers in India discovered a new species of spider and chose to name it Eriovixia gryffindori, paying homage to Godric Gryffindor, a character in the "Harry Potter" series. The spider was so named because it resembles the Sorting Hat, a magical object in "Potter" lore that is placed on each new student at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry to determine the house they will represent during their tenu

'Tree Man' From Bangladesh Can See His Hands After a Year and 16 Surgeries

There are many rare and strange diseases in the world, but perhaps none quite so bizarre as a condition that can makes its victim resemble a tree. Abul Bajandar, a 27-year-old from Bangladesh, was dubbed "Tree Man" by some because of his symptoms from epidermodysplasia verruciformis. The rare genetic disorder involves a high susceptibility to infections with certain types of human papillomavirus, or HPV, and a likelihood of developing skin tumors. Bajandar is reportedl

Samsung Shoots for the Stars After Galaxy Note 7 Disaster

Only in the high-stakes world of smartphones could something that costs roughly $40 turn into a headache worth $5.3 billion. The lesser of those numbers: the price of a typical Samsung Galaxy Note battery. And the higher: the cost of the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 recall. Batteries that caught fire without warning literally turned the phone into a spectacular flameout and the most monolithic debacle in smartphone marketplace history. Yet Samsung Electronics makes far more

Investing in Russia During a Trump Presidency

The United States' Presidential Election

The Trump-Clinton debates, memes, facts, gossip and insults were hurled across Facebook from people of all ages. The uproar was spread well beyond the borders of the United States, with people around the world chiming in with their opinions of American politics.

Brexit: Meaning

Snow Fall In Saudi Arab

The deserts of Saudi Arabia were covered in a white layer as the country experienced snowfall in an unlikely event on Tuesday after temperatures dropped below zero degree Celsius in central and northwestern regions of the country. Temperatures as low as -3 degree Celsius were recorded in the country’s northern regions. Mid-October is generally the rainfall season in Saudi Arabia, but they are still experiencing light to medium showers this year. Authorities have issu