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Rumors have put the politician - along with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie - near the top of the list to replace current Attorney General Loretta Lynch. More anti-Trump demonstrations are planned heading into the weekend. "I mean that very sincerely". Now it is time for America to bind the wounds of division, have to get together.
  • Australia ratifies Paris climate pact amid Donald Trump fears

    Australia ratifies Paris climate pact amid Donald Trump fears

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    She said Trump may be able to reboot USA relations with the Russian president, Vladmir Putin. The bombastic Trump, who has little or no foreign policy experience, has threatened to tear up free trade deals and seal the USA border. She admitted that "The Australian government has been preparing for either a Trump win OR a Clinton win", and assured the public that "we are well placed to engage very constructively and productively with the Trump transition team".
  • Apple Testing SOS Emergency Calling Feature for iPhone

    Apple Testing SOS Emergency Calling Feature for iPhone

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    Apple iOS 10.2 has rolled out to iPhone, iPad and iPod and brought new features, which according to some, works like an iOS 10 jailbreak tool. The TV app can also be removed if users choose to do so, especially because of the fact that it cannot be used in countries where the iTunes Movies service is not supported.
  • Burrows helps Canucks beat Rangers 5-3 to end 9-game skid

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    Alain Vigneault said after the game last night that the Rangers "execution was non-existent" and referenced multiple times that they couldn't make a 10 ft pass. The 20-year-old native of Abbotsford, B.C., had one assist in 10 games this season. The skidding Canucks responded with a 5-2 victory at the Garden on Tuesday and the Rangers defeated the Oilers, 5-3, on November 3.
  • Not your ordinary SUPER MOON

    Not your ordinary SUPER MOON

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    Every year from November through February, the highest tides - called "king tides" - sweep onto the shores during full moons. The Moon is not always full when it is at its perigee, of course. Either way, have a great perigee full moon! But many people got the impression that this was an exceedingly unusual event, and rushed to see and capture images of this supposedly ultra-rare moon.
  • Arrestor beds help prevent disaster on Pence's campaign jet

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    The Port Authority said that crews worked through Thursday night to remove Pence's plane from the runway. When asked by GMA co-anchor George Stephanopoulos if he did not accept the conclusion of US intelligence agencies, Pence said again he and Trump want to "follow the facts".
  • Former Philippines Dictator Eligible For Burial In Heroes' Cemetery, Court Rules

    Former Philippines Dictator Eligible For Burial In Heroes' Cemetery, Court Rules

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    Few leaders began their presidency with such promise and ended with such ignominy as the Philippines' Ferdinand Marcos. The decision was penned by Associate Justice Diosdado Peralta. "Our family will forever be thankful for his kind gesture", the former senator said. "Their family's refusal to take responsibility for atrocities of the regime is an insult to the Filipino people", Robredo wrote .
  • GoPro hits return home on Karma drone with recall of 2500 units

    GoPro hits return home on Karma drone with recall of 2500 units

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    While America was looking the other way because #ElectionNight, GoPro revealed its new Karma drones have one little issue: They sometimes stop flying. Sales are estimated to fall to $1.3 billion from $1.6 billion, according to FactSet data. GoPro's stock value dipped nearly 7% in after-hours trading in the aftermath of the announcement.
  • This Is How 'Mass Effect: Andromeda' Avoids 'Mass Effect 3's' Controversial Ending

    This Is How 'Mass Effect: Andromeda' Avoids 'Mass Effect 3's' Controversial Ending

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    The game's cover also shows a destroyed Ark, which lends more weight to Bioware's implications that not everything goes smoothly during the arrival in Andromeda . Beyond the impressive graphics, the trailer showcases the story line the player is going to follow when playing the game . We don't see the antagonist in this trailer, except from behind and slightly to the side, but they seem scary enough.
  • Microsoft adds Mass Effect 2,3 to Xbox One Backward Compatibility list

    Microsoft adds Mass Effect 2,3 to Xbox One Backward Compatibility list

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    News that is confirmed as of now, is that the man behind the voice of Ryder is Clancy Brown, otherwise famous for appearing in The Shawshank Redemption and voicing Mr.Crabs in Spongebob Squarepants . The game will take place in the galaxy Andromeda with an open-world environment in a timeline long after the previous Mass Effect games. Will both Ryder siblings be on the player's party at once? Set 600 years after the events of the original Mass Effect trilogy, Andromeda follows ...
  • Venomous snake on plane

    Venomous snake on plane

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    Nobody was hurt, and the flight landed safely in Mexico City where workers contained the snake. Carrier Aeromexico confirmed that a live snake was found on board a flight Sunday afternoon in a statement released to Publimetro . The snake arrived alive and kicking, frightened but without having paid its airfare. "We're priority one for landing in CD-MX, where animal control at the airport can attend to the unexpected traveller".
  • Candidates make final push for minority vote in Florida

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    And Trump also sought to once again undercut Clinton's support among the demographic by raising the former first lady's use of the term "super predators" to describe criminals in the inner city. "I'm here with the houses and the buildings". The rally starts at 11 a.m. and Trump is set to speak at 11:30 a.m. The Republican has a narrow path to victory that requires him to win almost all of the roughly dozen battleground states up for grabs.
  • Wenger plays down UCL effect - Arsenal right in EPL title race

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    Talk that all may not be well at White Hart Lane has grown louder amid a seven-match winless run that has ended Spurs' EFL Cup participation, put their Champions League hopes in doubt, and dropped them to fifth in the Premier League. I had a header in the first half which went just wide, an effort at the back post which I didn't get the best contact on and I obviously scored a penalty.
  • "It's good to be back", says Spurs ace Harry

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    Despite still being unbeaten in the Premier League, Spurs are now winless in seven games and have failed to score from open play in their last six, and Kane admitted that it was tough to watch his side struggle during his absence. "Do I like the responsibility of being the main goal-scorer at Spurs?" "It was an important goal to get us back in the game and we could even have sneaked a victor at the end when Christian hit the post ".
  • Ray Wilkins criticises Harry Kane's performance for Tottenham Hotspur against Arsenal

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    Talk that all may not be well at White Hart Lane has grown louder amid a seven-match winless run that has ended Spurs' EFL Cup participation, put their Champions League hopes in doubt, and dropped them to fifth in the Premier League. "We did well (against Arsenal ), sometimes it is nice to freshen it up, do something different and new, we enjoyed it and I think it went well". But Arsenal haven't beaten Spurs in the league since a 1-0 win in March 2014 courtesy of an early Tomas Rosicky ...
  • Bellerin has doubts over Tottenham penalty against Arsenal

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    The Belgium worldwide was pivotal in helping his team-mates claw back a point at the Emirates Stadium yesterday, as Harry Kane's penalty cancelled out Kevin Wimmer's first-half own goal. "It was an important goal to get us back in the game and we could even have sneaked a victor at the end when Christian hit the post ". "The way that the law is written means Alexis Sanchez did not commit any offside offence when Arsenal took the lead through Kevin Wimmer's own goal, even though he ...
  • Giant Ice Balls Form on Beach in Siberia

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    Incredible photographs from a beach in Nyda, Siberia, show thousands of naturally formed snowballs spread across an 11 mile stretch of coast. The balls of ice and snow range in size from just a few inches across to nearly three feet wide-and they number in the thousands .
  • Google Home Is The Voice Assistant Of The Future

    Google Home Is The Voice Assistant Of The Future

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    That put something into sharper focus: if you want the most out of Google Home, you have to fall in line with the Google universe. Created to learn and accumulate information over time, products like Google Home and Amazon Echo have caught consumer interest with their main selling point: a voice-activated and voice-controlled everything.
  • China pledges 18-percent carbon emissions cut by 2020

    China pledges 18-percent carbon emissions cut by 2020

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    On Nov. 4, the Paris Agreement on climate change entered legal force. "It is also a moment to look ahead with sober assessment and renewed will over the task ahead", they said. "An essential building block of this energy transformation is the utilization of a diverse portfolio of existing clean energy technologies and resources", Jacobson said.
  • NSW bushfires: Rising temperatures pose risk as fires burn out of control

    NSW bushfires: Rising temperatures pose risk as fires burn out of control

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    Detective Superintendent Brett McFadden, Penrith Local Area Commander, said they arrested a 17-year-old male youth and a 19-year-old man about 4.40pm (Aust time) on the corner of Cranebook and Londonderry roads, Cranebrook. On Sydney's northern beaches, 275ha of land to the west of Ingleside and north east of Terry Hills adjacent to McCarrs Creek Road has also burned, in a fire now listed as "under control".
  • Garth Brooks wins top award, Beyonce performs at CMA Awards

    Garth Brooks wins top award, Beyonce performs at CMA Awards

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    The stars of the country past and present walked the red carpet. While we don't think Taylor's next album will be country, we wouldn't be surprised if she eventually returns to her roots and records another country album or two one day. Exactly. Let Dolly have her big moment! The show was more than half over by the time presenter ESPN broadcaster Kirk Herbstreit made the first on-air reference to the other big show - informing the audience that the Cubs were up in the fifth inning.
  • A foldable iPhone may be on the way

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    The patent says: 'Conductive carbon nanotube paths can form signal paths that are flexible and resistant to cracking'. The nanotubes can be used for the cables, parts of the circuit boards, the camera, and even portions of the display structures.
  • Samsung, after phone recall, recalls 3M washing machines

    Samsung, after phone recall, recalls 3M washing machines

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    Samsung said drums in affected washers may lose balance, triggering excessive vibrations, resulting in the top separating from the washer. Safety officials cited 733 reports of malfunctioning, top-loading washers and nine injuries, including a broken jaw and an injured shoulder.
  • Obama headlining get-out-the-vote rallies in Florida

    Obama headlining get-out-the-vote rallies in Florida

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    The president campaigned for Clinton in Orlando late last week, and plans a follow-up stop in Orlando on Sunday. And he implored men in the crowd - who polls show favoring Donald Trump in next week's presidential vote - to take a true measure of their opposition to Clinton, the first woman to clinch a major party nomination.
  • Justice Department meddling in Clinton FBI probe

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    In February, FBI agents presented their findings to senior FBI officials and prosecutors in the Justice Department's public integrity section, sources said. Donald Trump did not tell his supporters of the update. Baier has not identified the sources for his original report. "I'm not going to, you know, either get ahead of myself by assuming I'll be fortunate enough to be elected", Clinton said, responding to a question from SiriusXM's Joe Madison.
  • PM Modi pays tribute to 'Iron Man' Sardar Patel

    PM Modi pays tribute to 'Iron Man' Sardar Patel

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    Anyway, in public life he did not do anything for his family. Kejriwal said that the country will remain obliged to him forever. The Prime Minister said that every Indian wants a strong and developed India, but to strengthen India the first condition is unity.
  • Huawei Fit is here to continuously track heart rate and more

    Huawei Fit is here to continuously track heart rate and more

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    A lot has been written about the upcoming Huawei smartphone but it appears that the company has more than just that coming up. We're told the wearable will cost $129.99. Paired with the Huawei Wear app, users can review a daily heart rate curve, including minimum and maximum rates and resting heart rate. Otherwise you have to swipe to the heart rate screen and wait for the sensor to kick in for a reading.
  • Stocks are mixed, holding steady after 7 days of losses

    Stocks are mixed, holding steady after 7 days of losses

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    The peso fell as much as 0.9 percent on Thursday to its weakest since September 30. following a Fox News report on a Federal Bureau of Investigation probe into the Clinton Foundation. Investors generally view Clinton as a known quantity, but there is deep uncertainty about what a Trump win might mean for US economic policy, free trade and geopolitics.
  • Elon Musk Says Tesla's New Solar Tiles Can Defrost Themselves

    Elon Musk Says Tesla's New Solar Tiles Can Defrost Themselves

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    Tesla also quit paying its bills in Q3, allowing accounts payable to balloon to $2.3B - an increase of over $600M from the previous quarter. None of the companies pitching the often beautifully designed solar shingles have been commercially successful and a number have gone bankrupt.
  • OnePlus 4 might launch with Snapdragon 830 chipset in June-July 2017

    OnePlus 4 might launch with Snapdragon 830 chipset in June-July 2017

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    According to the rumor mill, OnePlus is now gearing up to release an OnePlus 3 variant dubbed the OnePlus 3T. OnePlus 4 is perhaps one of the most anticipated smartphones in the coming year. It should also embark the new graphics solution Adreno 620. The OnePlus 3 may be equipped with a quad-core Qualcom Snapdragon 820 with 6GB RAM and 64GB storage along with many other great features, but its main attraction remains the Dash Charge.