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A real-life 'Limitless' pill? Silicon Valley entrepreneurs pursue brain hacking with nootropics, or 'smart drugs'
From late nights out to early mornings on the job, 30-year-old entrepreneur Erin Finnegan says she has a secret boost that keeps her going. She uses “nootropics,” also called “smart drugs,” or supplements claiming to boost brain function, helping to improve memory, focus and maybe even make you
Federer rolls into fourth round at Miami Open
Roger Federer had no trouble reaching the fourth round at the Miami Open, prevailing in straight sets over Juan Martin del Potro
Eye-popping: Wall, Wizards blow past LeBron, Cavs 127-115
John Wall scored 37 points, Bradley Beal added 27 and the Washington Wizards downed the Cleveland Cavaliers 127-115 on Saturday night
Wizards jump out early, cruise to 129-108 victory over Nets
John Wall scored 22 points despite dealing with migraine headache symptoms earlier in the day, Bradley Beal added 19 points and the Washington Wizards defeated the Brooklyn Nets 129-108
The Latest: Britain bans laptops on flights from 6 countries
Britain's government has banned electronic devices in the carry-on bags of passengers traveling to the U.K. from six countries, following closely on a similar ban imposed by the United States
The Latest: Jordan expert: Ban removes security 'headache'
A former Jordanian aviation security official says requiring airline passengers to place most electronics, including laptops, in the cargo hold means "one less headache" for security agencies
Zeller scores 19, Hornets beat Wizards 98-93
Cody Zeller scored 19 points and the Charlotte Hornets snapped a three-game losing streak with a 98-93 victory over the Washington Wizards on Saturday night
The Note: New revelations over Sessions' contact with Russia
Trump's first 100 days with SHUSHANNAH WALSHE and VERONICA STRACQUALURSI Day No. 42 The big story: It’s Russia…again. Last night brought more threads connecting Trump associates and the Kremlin, but it was the bombshell Washington Post report that remains the big one this morning. Attorney General
What we know about VX nerve agent that allegedly killed Kim Jong Nam
The fast-acting poison used in the apparent assassination of Kim Jong Nam at a crowded airport terminal in Malaysia last week was the banned chemical weapon VX nerve agent, according to police. Kim Jong Nam is the estranged half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un . The Royal Malaysia Police
5-on-5: Will Cousins, AD fit well? Are Pelicans a new West power?
How did the Sacramento Kings and New Orleans Pelicans do in the blockbuster DeMarcus Cousins trade? How will Boogie fit with Anthony Davis ? And what does the future look like for both teams? Our NBA Insiders debate. 1. How did the Kings come out in this deal? Amin Elhassan, ESPN Insider: Like a