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Scientists observed a double star system, or a binary system, that seems to be switching between two alter egos rather like Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Based on over a decade of data, researchers observed that the binary system switched its identity and then returned to its original state again after a few years. Binary System Evolution.
Iranians began voting Friday in a parliamentary election which conservatives are expected to dominate, capitalising on public anger against moderate conservative President Hassan Rouhani over a ravaged economy, corruption and multiple crises. State television showed the Islamic republic's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei casting the first ballot in Tehran. As he voted, Khamenei called on all Iranians to take part in the election "as soon as possible," saying that doing so would "guarantee the country's national interests".
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle skipping Princess Beatrice’s wedding will be deemed a “massive snub.”The Duke and Duchess of Sussex announced last month that they were stepping back as senior members of the royal family and would work to be financially independent. Following their bombshell announcement, Prince Harry and Markle flew to Canada.
Melania Trump is independent from her husband President Donald Trump. Many thought that the POTUS is not treating his wife appropriately, with some campaigning for “#FreeMelania” because they felt that she was being abused. Body language expert Susan Constantine said that there was no warmth or true love between the two. Also, she pointed out how Trump pulled his wife “sexually” when they were dancing at the Inauguration Ball.
A new Nevada poll ahead of the state's Democratic caucus Saturday isn't telling us anything we don't already know -- progressive Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-VT, still leads with former mayor Pete Buttigieg way behind him. Sanders received 30.4% support among Nevada Democrats in an 8 News Now/Emerson College poll conducted Feb. 19 and 20 with 425 respondents.
Scott Disick’s girlfriend Sofia Richie said she will no longer appear on “Keeping Up With the Kardashians.”The 21-year-old model and aspiring actress made a brief appearance at the last season of “KUWTK.” However, she might not make another cameo on the reality show because she wants to focus on something else, hinting that she is steering clear of the hit series.
A court in Kazakhstan is set Friday to deliver its verdict in the high-profile murder case of a ranger beaten to death by poachers hunting the endangered saiga antelope. Yerlan Nurgaliyev, 52, died after poachers attacked him and his colleague in January last year. Seven men were detained after the attack and prosecutors called for life imprisonment for three of them. Nurgaliyev's death shocked the Central Asian country and highlighted the scale of poaching in Kazakhstan, home to the largest population of saiga in the world.
“American Psycho” is one of the films that put Christian Bale into the limelight and took his popularity as an actor to a whole new level. The film has managed to remain a cult classic even after 20 years of its release. As the movie celebrates its 20th anniversary, Bale is opening up about the specific details about the movie that were never revealed before.
Amber Heard's lawyer wanted to prove that Johnny Depp was abusive to his other exes. Heard and Depp separated in 2016. Their breakup ended in a legal battle, with the “Aquaman” star alleging that the “Pirates of the Caribbean” star was violent and abusive. Their divorce was finalized with Depp giving Heard $7 million, which she donated to a charity.
Melania Trump sparks debate after calling White House the “President’s House.”On Wednesday, the first lady of the United States shared photos of the newly renovated White House Bowling Alley. The bowling alley was first installed during President Richard Nixon’s administration in 1973. It was last renovated in 1994 during President Bill Clinton’s term. The Trump administration redesigned it this time with the Bowling Proprietors’ Association of America funding the renovation.
“The Office” is probably one of the best TV series of all time and it has a huge fan-following even after six years of its conclusion. Fans keep on flooding the social media now and then to urge the makers and actor to bring back the series once again. Now, the talks of a reunion have come up because one of the series’ main cast members has said that it would be lovely to return for one last time.
An ancient tomb thought to belong to Rome's founder Romulus will be presented to the world on Friday, bringing to a head months of investigation by history sleuths. The 6th century BC stone sarcophagus, with an accompanying circular altar, was discovered under the Forum in the heart of Italy's capital decades ago, but experts could not agree on whether or not it belonged to the fabled figure.
An eruption of new virus cases in South Korea, Iran and Chinese hospitals and prisons rekindled concerns Friday about the spread of a deadly disease that has killed more than 2,200 people. The World Health Organization warned nations they could face a serious problem if they fail to "hit hard now" against the new coronavirus, which has infected more than 75,000 in China and over 1,100 abroad.
The San Antonio Spurs find themselves in an unusual predicament in this season. While the year isn’t done yet, they are still trying to fight their way into a playoff spot. They are currently the tenth seed in the Western Conference with a 23-31 win-loss record. This season might be the year that the Spurs enter the draft lottery – something that the franchise hasn’t experienced in a long time.
There are at least four deaths and 18 cases of Covid-19 inside North Korea but the country's state-controlled media continues to deny any deaths or infections. North Korea shares a 1,500 km border with China and more than 200 Covid-19 infections have been confirmed in the two Chinese provinces bordering North Korea. The border was closed by North Korea on January 22.


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