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'The Walking Dead' Season 6 - Episode 2: Recap & Spoilers

'The Walking Dead' Season 6 - Episode 2: Recap & Spoilers

True to their name, they're practically animals, clicking and hissing at each other and taking axes to people for no good reason, hacking away with glee long after they've died. It's going to have to move on from Alexandria, or at least fundamentally remake it, pretty quickly to avoid the kind of narrative stagnation it found at the farm or the prison.


Jarryd Hayne fumbles first touch in 49ers game against Ravens

Jarryd Hayne fumbles first touch in 49ers game against Ravens

Rebuilding is too easy a term for a team that just seems to be in purgatory. Detroit Lions minus-3 vs. Chicago Bears Betting market has drastically overreacted to Detroit's 42-17 home loss last week to Arizona, which looks like the best team in the NFC, considering this point spread was Chicago plus-6.5 before the game.


Elon Musk dreams of making the auto from I, Robot

Elon Musk dreams of making the auto from I, Robot

The electric vehicle's software combines data from ultrasonic sensors that observe a 16-foot perimeter around the auto, a traffic sign-reading and lane-detecting forward camera, high resolution Global Positioning System, and forward radar that can "see through fog, rain, snow, and dust", Musk says .


'Steve Jobs' Review: A Brilliant and Controlled Madness of a Masterpiece

'Steve Jobs' Review: A Brilliant and Controlled Madness of a Masterpiece

Compared with actors in previous Jobs movies, like Noah Wyle or Ashton Kutcher, he is square-jawed and blonde and unlike Jobs . In Sorkin's stagy script, those whom Jobs should most be loyal to-Wozniak, Jobs's ex-girlfriend Chrisann Brennan , and their daughter Lisa, whom Jobs will not acknowledge-demand his attention as he prepares backstage.


Trudeau under fire in final campaign sprint

Trudeau under fire in final campaign sprint

He will end his campaign in Calgary. Another 23 per cent said electing a party and leader to deliver change is their top priority, and 47 per cent of those voters said they favour the Liberals, well over the 32 per cent who said they are voting for the New Democrats.


Trump takes to twitter to declare victory over CNBC

Trump takes to twitter to declare victory over CNBC

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump waves to supporters during a campaign rally in Tyngsborough. The objective was "reiterated" in a conference call Wednesday with the campaign staffs. The real-estate mogul has spent almost all the money he's raised. If that translates into longer-lived campaigns, it means that more establishment candidates, like Rubio or Bush, will still be splitting supporters with lower-tier candidates like Kasich.