• Gears of War 4 is revealing Horde 3.0 this weekend

    Gears of War 4 is revealing Horde 3.0 this weekend

    Players now commit themselves to different battlefield roles - Soldier , Sniper , Scout , Heavy and Engineer - as they try to survive wave after wave of Swarm attacks. One of those new releases that has secured its spot is Gears of War 4 , the hotly-anticipated shooter sequel in the works over at The Coalition. Gears of War 4 is the fifth installment in the Gears series.

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  • Powerful 7.1 magnitude quake jolts New Zealand: USGS

    Areas such as Tologa Bay and Te Araroa could be impacted. The temblor hit off the east coast of New Zealand's northern island around 4:37 p.m. UTC at a depth of around 30.7 kilometers, USGS reported. People are being advised to take their radios and pets with them if possible. The central North Island was rocked by a 7.1 magnitude natural disaster early this morning, located 130km north-east of Te Araroa.

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  • Meeks blasts Trump for outreach to black Americans

    Her policies - they're her policies. Millennials think Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump lacks experience, leadership skills and compassion for the average American, according to a new poll. "No conscience, no empathy". "She's using that as a distraction and to take away form the constant scandal and list of corruption that she's had hitting her all week and last week".

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  • US Says It Wants to Complete European Trade Deal by Year's End

    France effectively joins Germany, whose Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel said that talks on the trade deal being thrashed out between the European Commission and the USA had " de facto failed". "The negotiations are bogged down", he told them, "positions have not been respected, it's clearly unbalanced". It follows comments from Germany's vice-chancellor indicating the controversial negotiations over the free trade deal are effectively dead in the water.

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  • PM Narendra Modi leaves for tour of Vietnam, China on Friday

    He was present at the inaugural function of Sauni Irrigation project where he touched upon various controversial and delicate topics which are plaguing the country. He urged parents as well as the society not to discriminate between boys and girls. The Prime Minister has urged saying "Please do not repeat the old mistakes".

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  • Independent Irish ministers want review of multinationals tax

    If the Independent Alliance refused to back an appeal and pulled out of the government, Prime Minister Enda Kenny's government would likely fall. The Independent Alliance's support is necessary to get the needed support in Irish Parliament for the country to be able to appeal.

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  • Alberta education spending increasing at the fastest rate: think tank

    Alberta education spending increasing at the fastest rate: think tank

    So it's an opportune time to understand the reality of education spending in Ontario versus the convenient rhetoric. It allows education leaders to point the finger at someone else. has increased by 20% in the last decade. "Contrary to what we hear from teachers, administrators and trustees, public school systems in Canada have received large increaSES in funding over the last decade".

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  • Facebook CEO visits Nairobi to see Kenyan innovation in Action

    The 32-year-old Internet entrepreneur and philanthropist announced his arrival via his Facebook page where he pointed out that his mission is to meet with Kenyan entrepreneurs and developers and learn about mobile money. "It's inspiring to see how engineers here are using mobile money to build businesses and help their community". The energy here is incredible and I'm excited to learn as much as I can.

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  • CBS Burns Clinton: She's "Too Busy Ignoring Reporters to Insult Them"

    At a recent campaign stop in Reno, Nevada, for instance, a group of reporters repeatedly tried to ask her questions during a visit to a coffee shop. Clinton has said that she will hold a press conference "at some point", but has remained purposely vague so that she doesn't really commit herself to something she knows she's bad at, and which could seriously damage her presidential hopes.

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  • HOG Layoffs: Harley-Davidson Inc to Cut 200 Jobs Across US

    HOG Layoffs: Harley-Davidson Inc to Cut 200 Jobs Across US

    They expect to ship 264,000 to 269,000 motorcycles to dealers worldwide in 2016. To that end, as we adjust our production plan to align with 2016 guidance, we are making the necessary changes to right-size the company. That could further reduce the number of people who would be laid off. Eligible workers have until September 16 to decide. However, not many are expected to take it, reports York Daily Record .

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  • Hacker who targeted Bush family will get at least 2 years

    Hacker who targeted Bush family will get at least 2 years

    Lazar admitted to victimizing almost 100 Americans from his home overseas over a 14-month period. That included hacking a family member of two former US presidents and several former USA officials. According to a statement issued by the Department of Justice , " Lazar intentionally gained unauthorized access to personal email and social media accounts belonging to approximately 100 Americans, and he did so to unlawfully obtain his victims' personal information and email correspondence".

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  • Florida's Gulf coast braces for tropical storm

    On the East Coast, a tropical storm warning has been issued for an area that extends from Marineland, Florida, northward to the South Santee River in SC. George Island, Dog Island, Alligator Point and Bald Point, as well as other low-lying areas, Wakulla County has now issued evacuation orders for residents in low-lying coastal homes south of US 98 and 319.

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  • National Parks free through weekend to celebrate 100th birthday

    National Parks free through weekend to celebrate 100th birthday

    In celebration of the 100-year-anniversary of the National Park Service , CBS 5 reports that all entry fees have been waived. Today is the National Park Service's 100th birthday. "Back in 1916 on August 25th, President Woodrow Wilson signed the bill that established the National Park Service". At the other end of the park, a portion of the road leading to Yellowstone's South Entrance remained closed because of a wildfire.

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  • Potentially habitable planet closest to our solar system found

    Proxima b is only 7.5 million kilometres from the star - 5% of the distance between the Earth and the Sun - and takes just 11.2 days to complete one orbit. Based on those readings, astronomers were able to determine that Promixa B is in the "habitable zone" - the sweet spot where water can exist on its surface in liquid form and theoretically support life.

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  • Philippines backtracks on threats to leave United Nations over drugs campaign criticism

    During a news conference early Sunday morning, Duterte said he wanted to confront United Nations human-rights experts and challenge them over their allegations of extrajudicial killings, local media reported . Suspected vigilantes committed another 900 unexplained murders, and Duterte has accused dozens of political figures and officials of involvement in the drug trade.

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  • BT sues Valve over alleged patent abuse on Steam platform

    BT sues Valve over alleged patent abuse on Steam platform

    BT claims the Beddus Patent has also been infringed because Valve provides its users with "different communication mechanisms and each mechanism is associated with a call control protocol". "The user's status is monitored, and when the user is determined to be logged out of the system, persistent communication mechanisms are available and at least one non-persistent communication mechanism is unavailable", it explains.

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  • John Kerry meets Modi

    John Kerry meets Modi

    Kerry also addressed the issue of Pakistan and terrorism, and neither side minced words. They discussed progress in bilateral engagement since Prime Minister Modi's visit to June 2016. Without elaborating, Kerry said said he believes that in the last few months, progress has been made and the Pakistanis are moving at a greater pace.

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  • United States wants India to continue constructive role in Afghanistan

    United States wants India to continue constructive role in Afghanistan

    India's economy will only be able to maintain its impressive growth if its bureaucracy ceases to be "an expert in setting up roadblocks", US Secretary of State John Kerry said Wednesday. Its goal is to stabilize Afghanistan, whose USA -backed government is struggling to contain Taliban rebels. Kerry, who arrived on Monday night, got a taste of the Delhi traffic after his convoy was struck in Lutyens Delhi for an hour.

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  • Two attackers killed at American University in Kabul

    Two attackers killed at American University in Kabul

    The victims also included three police and three guards. The attack at American University , a private college in the Afghanistan capital, was reported Wednesday night local time by observers on the ground and news organizations. After the kidnappings, numerous students interviewed said that they felt safe on the highly secure campus and were accustomed to living amid violence and conflict but that they anxious that foreign instructors would be deterred from returning or taking new ...

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  • PlayStation Plus Free PS4 Games Lineup For September

    PlayStation Plus Free PS4 Games Lineup For September

    First up is Journey . In our 10/10 review of the remastered version, we said: "Without a word, Journey climaxes with one of gaming's most powerful and emotive finales". Now, however, new PS4 games are going to launch with two published modes: a base mode and enhanced "Neo" mode, designed specifically to exploit the extra power on the Neo.

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  • How to Stream 400+ PlayStation Games on PC Right Now

    How to Stream 400+ PlayStation Games on PC Right Now

    Journey , for example, is listed as a PS4 Plus title, but you can download it on your PS3, too. We might see a more official unveiling of this pack at next week's PlayStation Meeting on September 7th. These include PlayStation TV, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita. On the other hand, it allows you to experience games that you otherwise couldn't, because they were already locked into a platform .

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  • Auto of Man Accused of Kidnapping Wife Found

    He was out of jail on $100,000 bond when he committed the kidnapping and he was under house arrest for having held his wife captive against her will after he allegedly found text messages on her phone that he did not like. He then cut off his electronic ankle bracelet and handed it to his mother before leaving, she told police. Tierne Ewing's father told reporters on Tuesday that Kevin Ewing had harmed his daughter repeatedly in the 38 years the couple knew each other.

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  • Bangladesh: Kerry Talks Security With PM Hasina

    US Secretary of state John Kerry's short visit, only the second by a US Secretary of State to Bangladesh in four years, we believe, has taken our bilateral relationship one step further. The PM's press secretary quoted Kerry as telling Hasina that the Islamic State (IS) has been cornered in Syria and its foreign fighters (non-Syrians) are returning to their countries.

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  • Donald Trump Promises 'No Amnesty' to Immigrants

    Donald Trump Promises 'No Amnesty' to Immigrants

    Trump even went down to Mexico for an uncharacteristically low energy outing, in which he played nice with President Enrique Pena Nieto-who says he told Trump Mexico wouldn't pay for his wall. Trump says discussions about the border wall did not come up during the meeting, but he's still insists that Mexico will pay for it. Peña Nieto says he made clear to Trump that Mexico will not pay for the wall.

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  • Gabon opposition says presidential guard attacks HQ, 1 dead

    Gabon opposition says presidential guard attacks HQ, 1 dead

    The result extends for another seven years the Bongo family's half-century grip on power in a country where oil accounts for about 60 per cent GDP. Looting and clashes also followed Bongo's previous election win in 2009, when he came to power after the death of his father, longtime ruler Omar Bongo.

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  • Police ID suspect in stabbing of pregnant woman

    Police ID suspect in stabbing of pregnant woman

    Wednesday, after the victim agreed to meet Brothers in a wooded area near 3015 Upton Drive in Kensington. A 19-year-old victim, who was several months pregnant, was stabbed multiple times. Police say plainclothes officers found Brothers within an hour of the slaying and that he tried to run away after officers approached. He is scheduled to appear for a bond hearing at 1 p.m.

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