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The Old Dominion researchers stressed that the non-citizen vote tends to favor Democrats, with President Barack Obama getting more than 80% of the 339 votes they studied in 2008. and we were not part of these disagreements that played out inside the government". Pence waved away the woman's rallying cry, saying, "Don't say that".
  • Wozniacki, Mladenovic to play for Hong Kong Open title

    Wozniacki, Mladenovic to play for Hong Kong Open title

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    Mladenovic's serve let her down as the match wore on. She had to complete her 3-6 7-5 6-3 semi-final win over Danka Kovinic, having resumed on Sunday morning at 3-3 in the final set, but could rest up in relative terms as Riske upset second seed Svetlana Kuznetsova 6-4 5-7 6-4 in two and a half hours.
  • AirAsia bans Samsung Note 7 on all its flights

    AirAsia bans Samsung Note 7 on all its flights

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    Kaye, chairman of the U.S Consumer Product Safety Commission. That means travelers also can not carry the device in checked bags or carry-on luggage. When the Galaxy Note 7 came out, it had some software exclusives that were not available on the Galaxy S7 units, which were released months before the former came to the market.
  • Space probe begins attempt to land on Mars

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    In addition, the mission would also lay the groundwork and test technologies for the next phase of the ExoMars mission, which aims to land a rover on Mars. It will be the first successful Mars landing for Europe. ESA says that Schiaparelli will enter the atmosphere on Wednesday at a speed of almost 21,000 kph (13,000 mph) before being slowed by atmospheric drag and then deploying a parachute and thrusters.
  • Alitalia bans Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phones from flights

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    The airline said in a statement Saturday that it imposed the ban based on the U.S. Department of Transportation's emergency order "to guarantee maximum security standards". Any Galaxy Note 7 owner should visit their carrier and retail store to participate in the US Note 7 refund and exchange program now. And if you bought your phone online from Samsung, customers should contact 1-844-365-6197.
  • October 2016 brings rare super Hunter's Moon

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    ET on October 16. On November 14, we'll be treated to an extra-super moon. Here's everything you need to know . Earthsky .com says the size difference of year's largest and smallest full moons is comparable to that of a US quarter and a USA nickel.
  • Canada Presses Ahead With EU Trade Deal Despite Belgian Hurdle

    Canada Presses Ahead With EU Trade Deal Despite Belgian Hurdle

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    The campaigners also praised the restrictions set by the court, which they said would make the deal more democratic. Austria's chancellor, who has expressed strong objections, said his decision on whether to back the deal would depend to a large extent on the German court's ruling.
  • Original PS3 owners can file claims in the 'Other OS' lawsuit

    Original PS3 owners can file claims in the 'Other OS' lawsuit

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    Sony said it was a security-related move and permissable under its terms of service, but detractors said it was just an anti-piracy play. Owners of the Fat PlayStation 3 will have to submit a complete and valid claim form if they wish to receive a payment under the settlement.
  • Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Multiplayer Beta Has Begun

    Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare Multiplayer Beta Has Begun

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    If you're looking to get your hands on a beta code, be sure to check out our giveaway ! The servers will be online from 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET. The Infinity Warfare beta has now started on PS4 and it will be exclusive to that platform for a full week.
  • NASA postpones mission to ISS due to Hurricane Nicole

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    Tropical weather is forcing NASA and its private contractor to delay the launch of the Antares rocket at Wallops Flight Facility for a second time in one week. The storm could interfere with a necessary tracking station in Bermuda. "The tracking station at Bermuda is required to conduct the Antares launch from Wallops", Steven Kremer, chief of the Wallops Range and Mission Management Office said in a statement .
  • Charlotte police shooting victim finally laid to rest

    Charlotte police shooting victim finally laid to rest

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    The bullet penetrated his lungs and aorta, Monnett said. The wounds to his abdomen and back are believed to be the fatal shots. Scott was sitting in his vehicle in the parking lot of is Charlotte, North Carolina , apartment complex when he was shot by police trying to find a different man on September 20.
  • Trump Accuses Clinton of Collusion With Mexican Billionaire Carlos Slim

    Trump Accuses Clinton of Collusion With Mexican Billionaire Carlos Slim

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    After #The New York Times broke a bombshell Wednesday night detailing the story of two incidents of alleged sexual assault involving Trump , the Palm Beach Post and People magazine also ran similar articles. "Because it's owned by Mexico", Trump said at a February rally in Nevada. And New York Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr said Mr Slim had never sought to influence what the paper reports.
  • Windows 10 tablets get official Instagram app before the iPad

    Windows 10 tablets get official Instagram app before the iPad

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    In the new Insider build, you can dig into menus and fully customize what the three and four-finger gestures do. This update is expected to be huge especially for mobile devices. If you find this is affecting you, Microsoft should have a fix soon enough, with any luck. Fixed the issue causing you to get into a state where text messages will fail to send.
  • Friend says Derrick Rose has faulty memory

    Friend says Derrick Rose has faulty memory

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    Fitzgerald render the trial invalid because they were not given several text messages they claim are essential to their case until the New York Knicks player was on the witness stand Friday. Rose said he took those messages as consent for sex. The Associated Press is not naming the woman because it generally does not identify people who say they are victims of sexual assault.
  • Tesla to unveil 'unexpected product' on October 17, says Elon Musk

    Tesla to unveil 'unexpected product' on October 17, says Elon Musk

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    After releasing robust vehicle delivery figures last week, Tesla expects to roll out more products over the next two weeks. Musk says that the event is unexpected by most . It is building a more affordable mid-size electric sedan called the Model 3 with 200 miles of range and a possible price in the $35,000 range. Would also like to correct expectations that Tesla/SolarCity will need to raise equity or corp debt in Q4.
  • Galaxy Note 7 fiasco: Samsung revises Q3 , shows massive $2.4 billion loss

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    The tarnished No. 1 smartphone producer in the world said in a regulatory filing that its operating profit for the July-September period will be slashed to 5.2 trillion won ($4.63 billion) from the initial projection on October 7 at 7.8 trillion won and revenue will be down to 47 trillion won from 49 trillion won.
  • Amazon launches for-pay streaming music service

    Amazon launches for-pay streaming music service

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    The price is consistent with the company's reputation for undercutting the competition and signals the music industry is beginning to accommodate consumers who are unwilling to pay $9.99 per month. With 60 million Prime members and hundreds of millions of credit cards on file coupled with aggressive pricing, Amazon Music Unlimited is clearly a strong competitor.
  • Robert Reich: Why All Progressives Must Vote For Hillary

    Robert Reich: Why All Progressives Must Vote For Hillary

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    Recent polling shows that Clinton continues to be very unpopular with millennials , albeit not quite as unpopular as the Donald, whose blatant xenophobia and sexism are repellent to most people under 30. University of the Arts student Alaska Monaco also said she had come around to voting for Clinton. U.S. Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and U.S.
  • Several India-Russia pacts due at Oct 15 bilateral meet

    Several India-Russia pacts due at Oct 15 bilateral meet

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    On October 03, days after it asked lslamabad to take "effective" steps to stop the activities of terrorist groups on its territory, Russian Federation had said that it "welcomed" the surgical strike by India as every country has a right to defend itself.
  • Microsoft's Paint App for Windows 10 to get a Much Needed Refresh

    Microsoft's Paint App for Windows 10 to get a Much Needed Refresh

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    Other new Photos features include a light viewing mode for pictures, support for full-screen viewing of individual photos and the ability to view OneDrive photos throught Xbox One. While Windows 10 Mobile may not be everyone's cup of tea, there are still folks out there that like Microsoft's mobile OS and its Live Tiles. Open the Run command: use the Windows key + R.
  • Google's new font supports Pashto, Punjabi and Balochi text

    Google's new font supports Pashto, Punjabi and Balochi text

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    The enormous project required design and technical testing in hundreds of languages. "Monotype is one of the leading type companies in the world and was a great match for all our requirements". Google has announced the release of a new open-source font called Noto that supports 800 languages and covers 110 writing systems. "Without the digital capability of Noto , it's much more hard to preserve that cultural resource", Google says .
  • Google will provide Android updates to Pixel phones for 2 years

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    Although it shows a striking resemblance to the iPhone 7, Google's design does have some pretty unique features. Also coming with the Daydream View is a controller designed for VR. Picture an iPhone with slight aesthetic differences. No one else on the Android side gives even half of the Pixel's benefits to their customers, partially because they can't.
  • Japan's Mount Aso volcano erupts

    Japan's Mount Aso volcano erupts

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    While some windows were reportedly broken by flying volcanic rock according to a report in The Independent . An estimated 63 people were killed in the eruption, which occurred as the peak was packed with hikers out to see the region's spectacular autumn colours.
  • AT&T Stops Samsung Phone Exchanges After Reports of Replacement Phones Catching Fire

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    The ones that Samsung , Health Canada, and the CPSC all deemed as unsafe. Expect to see more carriers and retailers halt sales of the device very soon. The phone melted the cover and had significant smoke damage and burn marks, reports KSTP . We are well aware of how upsetting the recent news of the Galaxy Note 7 catching fire has been for you all and thus we have some hot news in store to make you temporarily forget the dismal happening.
  • IPhone 7 to hit S. Korean shelves on Oct. 21

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    The 32GB model of iPhone 7 will cost you Rs 19,990 under this scheme, which is basically a downpayment. Apple has added Israel to its list of upcoming iPhone 7 launch countries today as it officially launches the device in India . With Google claiming they've delivered the best smartphone camera ever and delivering Google Assistant that runs circles around Siri and Samsung chomping at the bit, here are the iPhone 8 features we want.
  • Replacement Samsung Note7 Smartphones With Unaffected Batteries Available in Stores

    Replacement Samsung Note7 Smartphones With Unaffected Batteries Available in Stores

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    At the time of the first recall which spanned across 10 countries, the company, acknowledged that they were aware of 35 reported incidents of the batteries exploding on these Note 7 smart phones. Samsung and the U.S. CPSC urge everyone who bought a Note7 before September 15 to power down their device. In Taiwan, where the exchange program will begin Friday, about two-thirds of the company's customers had signed up, Samsung said .
  • Europe's comet chaser Rosetta concludes 12-year mission

    Europe's comet chaser Rosetta concludes 12-year mission

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    The Rosetta spacecraft's 12-year mission studying a comet came to an end Friday when it crash-landed on the surface as planned, snapping photos along the way. To get every last bit of science in this space mission, ESA managers chose to conclude the expedition by crash-landing on the comet near the pit called Deir el-Medina.
  • United States statement on Russian cyber attacks of political

    United States statement on Russian cyber attacks of political

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    They allege that the Russian government compromised the emails of US officials and institutions and then publicly leaked them online through sites such as WikiLeaks , DCLeaks, and the anonymous hacker Guccifer 2 .0, who took credit for breaching the Democratic National Committee earlier this year.
  • Evacuations continue as Hurricane Matthew nears

    Evacuations continue as Hurricane Matthew nears

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    EDT Thursday. "We can't say enough", he said at a morning press conference. Leave town immediately. Wait and see until tomorrow. She had plywood out to board up her ground-floor windows Thursday and was helping a neighbor move potted plants.
  • Nicole becomes sixth hurricane of the 2016 season

    Nicole becomes sixth hurricane of the 2016 season

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    Between September and October, Hurricane Matthew rapidly intensified to become the southernmost Category 5 on record, and the first Category 5 hurricane to form in the Atlantic since Felix in 2007. After Florida, forecasters said Matthew would probably hug the coast of Georgia and SC over the weekend before veering out to sea - perhaps even looping back toward Florida in the middle of next week as a tropical storm .
  • NASA Bracing for First Hurricane Since Shuttles Retired

    NASA Bracing for First Hurricane Since Shuttles Retired

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    All the Space Coast can do now is hope that Hurricane Matthew drifts farther out into the Atlantic than its current heading. Satellite observations of Matthew show the hurricane features "a distinct eye surrounded by very deep convection", the National Hurricane Center reported in its 11 a.m.