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Science frontier: We'll hear more about quantum technology as U.S. and China make advances

Experts use "revolution" to describe breakthroughs in an leading-edge field of physics called quantum technology, which could transform information processing. America and China are pacesetters in this promising specialty. Some U.S. scientists a...

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This week's word in the news: INCENDIARY

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Tending to arouse strong emotion or conflict; inflammatory.

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Joe Walsh, who turned a lone term in Congress representing Chicago’s northwest suburbs into a national media platform to further his incendiary political rhetoric, announced Sunday he would challenge President Donald Trump for the 2020 Republican nomination for the White House.
The Chicago Tribune -- 08/26/2019

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