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  • Clinton Camp Invades Red State Arizona With Major Ad Buy

    In a four-way scenario that includes Libertarian Gary Johnson and Green Party nominee Jill Stein, Clinton maintained a seven-point advantage- 42 percent to Trump's 35 per cent. Hillary Clinton is making a play for Republican Arizona. Both she and Trump are galvanizing support from about 75 percent of their parties' registered voters.

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  • Blu-ray Details: The Roddenberry Vault

    Blu-ray Details: The Roddenberry Vault

    The Morris County Library is jumping on board with Star Trek celebrations around the world in order to honor 50 years this month of Gene Roddenberry's space western. Strange New Worlds: Visualizing the Fantastic , a feast for Trekkie tech-heads that explores some of the franchise's key special effects, like the spaceships and the transporters.

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  • US Doubts Russian Claim To Have Killed ISIS Leader Adnani

    These resulted in 130 people killed and hundreds more injured in the November 13 coordinated attacks in Paris that hit a concert hall, a stadium and restaurants and bars. "I think the United States are very close to killing Baghdadi the next time ". Russian Federation intervened directly in the war in Syria last September, sending warplanes to back the government of President Bashar al-Assad.

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  • Nissan India opens pre-booking of sports car GT-R

    Nissan India opens pre-booking of sports car GT-R

    It was the first vehicle ever to be built in a hermetically sealed factory so that none of the components encounter dust or microscopically expand/contract in shape. But this time however, the engine has received a few tweaks, so as to bump up its power to a whopping 562 BHP at 6,800 rpm and produces a mammoth 637 Nm of peak torque , enough to propel the auto from naught to a ton in less than 3 seconds.

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  • No survivors as five die in mid-air crash over Alaska

    There were five people on board. Investigators from the National Transportation Safety Board are expected to reach the crash site. Johnson told Alaska News Dispatch: 'Ultimately what we are trying to do is to see how the airplanes came together.

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  • Uzbek president's daughter says he suffered brain hemorrhage

    Russian President Vladimir Putin's spokesman, Dmitry Peskov , said on August 30 that the Kremlin had "no new information" and that it would be inappropriate for Moscow to comment on the Uzbek president's health. "My only request to everyone is to refrain from any speculations, and show respect to our family's right to privacy", she said. Karimov's second daughter, Lola, is Uzbekistan's ambassador to Paris-based UNESCO.

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  • To urge G20 to boost economies, pay attention to angry citizens

    To urge G20 to boost economies, pay attention to angry citizens

    But the state-run Study Times wrote in mid-August that Western countries were trying to deliberately exclude a rising China and deny it a proper voice on the world stage with schemes like the US -led Trans-Pacific Partnership. G20 countries produce about 80 percent of climate-changing greenhouse gas emissions, with China and the United States alone responsible for 38 percent, noted Andrew Steer, president of the World Resources Institute (WRI).

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  • Google Reportedly Shelves Plans for Its Modular Smartphone

    Google Reportedly Shelves Plans for Its Modular Smartphone

    According to the report, the axing of Project Ara may be the first stage in a push by Google to not only streamline its hardware business but consolidate its hardware lineup under the guidance of former Motorola president Rick Osterloh who rejoined Google earlier this year.

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  • 'Life-threatening' Hurricane Hermine aims at Florida

    Should Hermine make landfall in Florida, it would be the state's first major storm in over a decade. "This is life-threatening", Gov. Rick Scott said during a press conference Thursday following a midday update from the National Hurricane Center.

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  • Zika: FDA instructs all blood donations be screened for virus

    Zika: FDA instructs all blood donations be screened for virus

    The Zika virus, which was discovered past year in South America, is carried by mosquitoes in tropical climates and can cause birth defects in pregnant women. The virus causes only a mild illness in most people, but infection during pregnancy can lead to severe brain-related birth defects. Peter Marks, director of the FDA's Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research, said the advisory was put out because " there is still much uncertainty regarding the nature and extent of Zika virus ...

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  • Obama Commutes 'Harsh' Sentences for Over 100 Inmates

    Obama Commutes 'Harsh' Sentences for Over 100 Inmates

    Another 111 federal inmates saw their prison sentences reduced by the Obama administration on Tuesday, including almost three dozen people with life sentences. "They are, for example , the 35 individuals whose life sentences were commuted today". Neil Eggleston, the White House counsel to the president, wrote on the administration's website that President Obama will continue to grant commutations through the remainder of the year.

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  • Rocket, satellite lost in SpaceX-plosion

    A powerful explosion occurs, sending a pillar of black smoke into the sky, and a new series of explosions follows afterwards. "The explosion occurred during a static test fire". The SpaceX Falcon 9 had been slated for an overnight blastoff on Saturday, September 3 at 3 a.m. from pad 40 with the AMOS-6 telecommunications satellite valued at some $200 million.

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  • SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket explodes during static test

    SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket explodes during static test

    Blast at 1:10 minutes into video. Moments later, the nose cone containing the satellite plunged to the ground, followed by more explosions. Within six seconds, the fireball reached its peak, a black mushroom cloud billowed into the air as melting rocket remnants and fire dropped from the sky.

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  • Dólar inicia la semana con 'el pie izquierdo'

    Dólar inicia la semana con 'el pie izquierdo'

    Las acciones operan a la baja en la bolsa de Nueva York, en medio de un descenso de más de 1% en los precios del petróleo por la fortaleza del dólar, explicó Reuters . El indice de confianza del consumidor en Estados Unidos subió sorpresivamente a 101.1 puntos en agosto de este año. Para septiembre se prevé que los participantes del mercado se muestren cautelosos y atentos a la publicación de indicadores económicos y modifiquen la probabilidad de un incremento a la tasa de referencia de la ...

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  • Samsung expected to announce recall of Galaxy Note 7 soon

    Samsung said the delay affects only the South Korean market. The Samsung official told Yonhap News Agency that the cause of the reported explosions has been traced to the battery of the new phablet. The first report of a Galaxy Note 7 randomly exploding appeared online on August 24 when images were published of the damaged device that blew up in China while connected to a microUSB to USB Type-C converter.

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  • NASA releases video of 3 hurricanes from space

    NASA releases video of 3 hurricanes from space

    While Gaston hasn't affected any land yet, it's possible the storm may go across the Azores this weekend. The ISS cameras have clicked jaw-dropping pictures of thick, stormy clouds churning around the hurricane's eye, empowering the storm. Because of this, a hurricane watch was issued for Hawaii County, Hawaii, according to a statement from NASA . "Only 13 hurricanes have passed within 200 nautical miles of the island in that time".

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  • Reliance Jio Plans Revealed: Voice Calls and Roaming Free, Rs

    He unveiled his plan on the 42nd annual meeting of Reliance Industries, and said "Reliance Jio Digital India Startup has kept aside Rs.5000 Crore of capital to be ventured on the projects of the aspiring young entrepreneurs across India". The removal of roaming charges has been long due. "Customers should pay for only one service, either voice or data". Jio's Rs 999, Rs 1,499, Rs 2,499, Rs 3,999 and Rs 4,999 plans offer 10GB, 20GB, 35GB, 60GB and 75GB of data per month, respectively.

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  • Explosion destroys SpaceX rocket and Facebook satellite

    Explosion destroys SpaceX rocket and Facebook satellite

    The satellite was to launch on the SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket. NASA said that Kennedy emergency staff were on standby. Last year, the company's Falcon 9 rocket blew up in on a resupply mission to the International Space Station . In a partnership with Eutelsat, a French satellite broadcast company, Facebook planned to use the Amos-6 to provide free broadband internet service to countries throughout Sub-Saharan Africa, where the infrastructure for easy internet access is lacking.

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  • Tropical Storm Hermine heads for Florida

    In all, 500,000 Floridians were under a hurricane warning as of late Thursday. The storm is expected to be a hurricane by the time landfall occurs, according to an advisory from the National Hurricane Center. George Island, Dog Island, Alligator Point and Bald Point. A tropical storm warning also was issued for the U.S. East Coast from Marineland, Florida, to South Santee River, South Carolina, the National Hurricane Center said.

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  • Colin Kaepernick wears socks depicting cops as pigs

    Now, a photo has emerged showing Kaepernick wearing socks depicting police officers as pigs . He first made headlines when he refused to stand during the national anthem before a game on Friday in protest of the treatment of people of color in the United States, prompting intense debate around the country.

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  • Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere join AFC Bournemouth on loan

    The England worldwide, 24, had been considering offers from Crystal Palace and Bournemouth after mutually agreeing with Arsenal that he would benefit from playing regular first-team football. Despite appearing three times for England at this summer's European Championship in France, Wilshere was omitted from Sam Allardyce's maiden squad for Sunday's World Cup qualifier in Slovakia.

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  • Hispanic Leaders Advising Trump "Disgusted" After His Immigration Speech

    Trump directly to his face and tell him exactly why his stances are not acceptable to Mexicans", said Tony Payan, director of the Mexico Center at Rice University's Baker Institute. This Trump doppelganger spoke instead about "improving NAFTA" and making sure it's "updated". "I am no longer supporting Trump for president, but can not with any conscience support Hillary".

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  • Trump failed as leader in Mexico visit, former ambassador says

    And while most of the ideas in his plan were reaffirmations of promises already made, Mr Trump also laid out some new details. Trump later referred to the Mexican leader as his friend and a "wonderful" president. "What I heard today was not realistic and not compassionate". The die seemed to be cast, and the timing seemed propitious. "So I resigned and it's a sad day, because I am no fan of Hillary Clinton".

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  • Tesla Autopilot Becomes Costlier, Version 8.0 Expected Soon

    Tesla Autopilot Becomes Costlier, Version 8.0 Expected Soon

    All the cash problems resulted in Tesla cutting its bid even though SolarCity was trying to squeeze even more out of it. Skeptics say the deal is simply a way to bail out the ailing solar company, though Musk has insisted that he foresaw Tesla having some role in solar energy back in 2006, when he was growing the startup.

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  • Se presentan nuevos amiibo de The Legend of Zelda

    Estarán disponibles el día 2 de diciembre . Los nuevos amiibos funcionarán de igual manera que los existentes, pero también tendrán características especiales con The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild , que saldrá a la venta en 2017.

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  • International Space Station Flies Over 3 Hurricanes

    International Space Station Flies Over 3 Hurricanes

    To the east of Madeline, Hurricane Lester is also moving through the eastern Pacific. The US National Hurricane Centre says a warning is in place for the Big Island of Hawaii. Regarding the third hurricane, the agency's time-lapse video has featured sights of Hurricane Gaston when it passed over the Atlantic Ocean the same day, generating winds of around 100 miles per hour (160 km/h).

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