Trump tries to tamp down talk of war with Iran

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump said Thursday that he hopes the U.S. is not on a path to war with Iran amid fears that his two most hawkish advisers could be angling for such a conflict with the Islamic

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In Tech We Trust: Exploring American optimism on technology

In a time when we’re more accustomed to being divided than united, Americans have found one thing they can agree upon: our attitudes about technology show overwhelming consensus

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Iran Vows to Defeat 'American-Zionist Alliance' as Putin Warns Against U.S. Pressure

Iran will defeat the American and Israeli alliance, Iran's Minister of Defense Amir Hatami said on Wednesday, according to the Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA).

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A Wake-Up Call for Grads: Entry-Level Jobs Aren’t So Entry Level Any More

Dear college graduate:

Welcome to the working world! The good news: You’re entering the hottest job market in half a century. The bad news: Your first step onto the corporate ladder could still be a tough one.

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New Intel chip flaw leaves your PC exposed again

Intel chips have another flaw that could let skilled hackers pull sensitive information from microprocessors, Intel and independent security researchers said Tuesday.

The researchers say a flaw in the microprocessors is

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U.S. warns merchant ships of possible Iranian attacks; cleric threatens U.S. fleet

LONDON/DUBAI, May 10 (Reuters) - Iran could target U.S. commercial ships including oil tankers, the U.S. Maritime Administration said on Friday, as a senior Iranian cleric said a U.S. Navy fleet could be "destroyed with one missile."

In the latest tense exchange between

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