Court Rules Chelsea Manning Must Stay in Jail For Refusing to Provide Testimony in WikiLeaks Case

Chelsea Manning will stay in jail for refusing to testify to a federal grand jury about WikiLeaks, according to a new ruling from a panel of three judges at the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals. Manning has been in an Alexandria, Virginia jail since March 8 and has at times been subjected to prolonged solitary…

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Source: Gizmodo – Court Rules Chelsea Manning Must Stay in Jail For Refusing to Provide Testimony in WikiLeaks Case

Updates from Spider-Man: Far From Home, Titans, and More

New set footage from The Flash teases a major fight in the season finale. For one last time, get a look at the wild world of Gotham in new pictures from the series’ end. The Russo Brothers discuss which Marvel icons they’d like to work on beyond the Avengers. Plus, a new trailer for iZombie’s impending (and final)…

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Source: Gizmodo – Updates from Spider-Man: Far From Home, Titans, and More

On Game of Thrones, Everyone Gets Ready to Fight the Dead…and to Die

We didn’t need seven seasons of shocking character deaths to know that not all our favorite characters are going to survive the battle against the White Walkers. It turns out very few characters on the show have any illusions about staying alive either, so they have to choose how to spend their final day before the…

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Source: Gizmodo – On Game of Thrones, Everyone Gets Ready to Fight the Dead…and to Die

Thanos, CBD, and Disembodied Pig Brains: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

An awful lot happened this week—some of it good, much of it bad, and a bit of it just plain weird. In the good news category, the Hubble Space Telescope turned 29, New York City passed a world-first law requiring owners of large buildings to reduce their climate impact, scientists used a modified 747 to find evidence

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Source: Gizmodo – Thanos, CBD, and Disembodied Pig Brains: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week

SpaceX's Crew Dragon Suffers 'Anomaly' During Testing at Cape Canaveral

One of SpaceX’s Crew Dragon crew capsules suffered an “anomaly” on the launch pad at Florida’s Cape Canaveral Air Force Station while testing its engines on Saturday, with Florida Today posting an image of “orange plumes” rising from the launchpad and noting “unconfirmed reports” that the capsule was destroyed.

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Source: Gizmodo – SpaceX’s Crew Dragon Suffers ‘Anomaly’ During Testing at Cape Canaveral

Sri Lanka Blocks Facebook, WhatsApp After Easter Bombings Leave Hundreds Dead

After at least 207 people were killed and over four hundred more were reported wounded after a series of bombs went off at Easter services in Sri Lanka, the Sri Lankan government has moved to block access to Facebook, TechCrunch reported on Sunday.

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Source: Gizmodo – Sri Lanka Blocks Facebook, WhatsApp After Easter Bombings Leave Hundreds Dead

PayPal, GoFundMe Yank Accounts for Far-Right Militia Rounding Up Immigrants at Border

PayPal and GoFundMe have banned a far-right group, the United Constitutional Patriots (UCP), that was recently reported to be posing as law enforcement to round up migrant families at gunpoint at the U.S. border with Mexico before handing them over to Border Patrol officials, BuzzFeed News reported on Friday.

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Source: Gizmodo – PayPal, GoFundMe Yank Accounts for Far-Right Militia Rounding Up Immigrants at Border

CIA Allegedly Told Allies That Huawei Is Funded By Chinese State Security, Army

The Central Intelligence Agency has accused Chinese tech giant Huawei of accepting funding from the “People’s Liberation Army, China’s National Security Commission and a third branch of the Chinese state intelligence network,” the Times of London reported on Saturday, citing a “UK source.”

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Source: Gizmodo – CIA Allegedly Told Allies That Huawei Is Funded By Chinese State Security, Army

Report: 'Church' Advertising 'Miracle Cure' Event in Washington, Despite FDA Warnings It's Just Bleach

The Food and Drug Administration warned the public not to attend a “miracle cure” event being thrown by group using the name Genesis II Church of Health and Healing in Leavenworth, Washington on Saturday, noting their supposed medical marvel is a highly toxic substance.

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Source: Gizmodo – Report: ‘Church’ Advertising ‘Miracle Cure’ Event in Washington, Despite FDA Warnings It’s Just Bleach

When Will We Get the Game Boy Classic Edition?

Tomorrow, April 21, 2019, the Game Boy turns 30 years old. The handheld console that paved the way for the Switch is still beloved by almost anyone who’s ever laid hands on it, and for all its shortcomings, it’s still one of the most memorable gaming devices of all time. So why is there no sign of Nintendo releasing a…

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Netflix Is Testing a Feature to Serve Up Random Episodes If You Don't Know What to Watch

Many of us are by now familiar with the Browse Endlessly Plan, a system in which scrolling knows no end and absolutely nothing of interest populates no matter how many times you refresh or toggle between genres. Netflix may have something close to an answer for it.

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Source: Gizmodo – Netflix Is Testing a Feature to Serve Up Random Episodes If You Don’t Know What to Watch

Marcus Hutchins, Security Researcher Who Stopped WannaCry, Pleads Guilty to Malware Charges

Marcus Hutchins, the security researcher best known for helping to stop the widespread WannaCry ransomware attack, has pleaded guilty to charges related to malware unconnected to the 2017 attack.

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Source: Gizmodo – Marcus Hutchins, Security Researcher Who Stopped WannaCry, Pleads Guilty to Malware Charges

USDA Is Forcing Its Researchers to Label Their Peer-Reviewed Studies as Only 'Preliminary'

The peer review process for scientific publications is a tedious and trusted mechanism by which papers are determined credible sources of information or not. While “peer reviewed” isn’t synonymous with conclusive, it’s long been a stamp of approval for other scientists and the public to weed out low-quality research.…

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Source: Gizmodo – USDA Is Forcing Its Researchers to Label Their Peer-Reviewed Studies as Only ‘Preliminary’

A Generic Version of Opioid Overdose Antidote Naloxone Just Landed FDA Approval

One of the most important tools for managing the opioid crisis may soon be a lot more available. On Friday, the Food and Drug Administration announced it had granted approval for a generic version of the naloxone nasal spray, a drug used to rapidly reverse potentially fatal opioid overdoses.

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Source: Gizmodo – A Generic Version of Opioid Overdose Antidote Naloxone Just Landed FDA Approval