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The networks provided live coverage of Mr. Trump's competing event in Iowa - an appearance honoring and raising money for veterans - for about 15 minutes before moving on to round-table discussions and analysis. Trump has made substantial personal contributions to a number of Veterans organizations as well as in-kind donations", Trump spokeswoman Hope Hicks told FoxNews.com Friday.
  • Zika virus cases rising near Shreveport

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    American's offer extends to pregnant women whose doctors recommend against travel, and it expanded the offer from a few countries in Central America to any Zika-hit destination outside the U.S. The US government is appealing for all kinds of research on Zika and will draw from a pool of $97 million to fund studies on everything from how it spreads to how it causes disease to how to control the mosquitoes that spread it.
  • Comparing the stats Serena Williams and Angelique Kerber

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    Serena Williams will be aiming to match Steffi Graf's Grand Slam haul of 22 major titles when she takes on Angelique Kerber in the Australian Open final on Saturday. "I thought she played unbelievable in that match". They have not faced off since meeting at the final in Stanford back in 2014 with Williams winning in straight sets 7-6, 6-3.
  • Microsoft financials raise doubts over the future of Windows Phone

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    The company's cloud based service revenue grew 10 percent and its Azure revenue increased 140 percent. In constant currency terms (removing the effects of foreign exchange rates), Microsoft says it actually grew revenue 3% year-over-year, while operating income was up 13% and net income was up 20% by the same measure.
  • NASA to remember Challenger, Columbia & Apollo disasters

    NASA to remember Challenger, Columbia & Apollo disasters

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    The New York Times reported that a seal had failed on a rocket booster. The Challenger launched from Kennedy Space Center in Florida, shortly after which an external fuel tank erupted, dropping the shuttle over 45,000 feet to the Atlantic Ocean below.
  • Microsoft shares jump after strong second quarter results

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    Office commercial products and cloud services revenue grew 5 percent with Office 365 revenue growth of almost 70 percent. Windows revenue from computer makers dropped 5 percent, though that was less than overall PC market decline. "Businesses everywhere are using the Microsoft Cloud as their digital platform to drive their ambitious transformation agendas", said Satya Nadella ( pictured ), Microsoft's CEO, in a statement .
  • Donald Trump leads Tennessee GOP pack in new poll

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    Donald Trump leads his Republican opponents in Pennsylvania by 10 points, according to a new Franklin & Marshall College poll released Thursday. He's followed by Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz and Ben Carson. O'Malley stands at just two percent, while seven percent say they remain undecided in the race. It's hard to imagine Clinton matching the share of Latino voters that Obama won in 2012, 71 percent , against a Spanish-speaking son of immigrants who supported a bipartisan immigration reform bill.
  • Lumia letdown: Microsoft phone sales halved in just one year

    Lumia letdown: Microsoft phone sales halved in just one year

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    Global shipments of new PCs declined 8.3 percent during the fourth quarter compared with a year earlier, the research firm Gartner recently reported . Microsoft's phone revenue fell a whopping 49% in constant currency, though. All of this is despite the fact that Microsoft launched two Windows 10 Mobile phones at the end of 2015, the Microsoft Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL.
  • Panthers Announce They Will Play In Black Jerseys For Super Bowl 50

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    On one side, we have the NFL’s resident Superman,  Cam Newton  and the Carolina Panthers. Superbowl 50 is being held in one of the newest stadiums in the NFL, Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif., the home of the San Francisco 49ers. So, clearly both teams have been disrespected by the betting markets: Denver because they were projected to lose, Carolina because they were projected to win by too little.
  • Microsoft Windows Phone Headed Toward Zombieland?

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    Microsoft's stock rose more than 3 per cent in extended trading after the results came out. Here's an interesting stat: Microsoft's Bing and its Surface lineup contributed more than $2.3 billion of revenue for the company during its second quarter.
  • New clues about how Earth got its moon

    New clues about how Earth got its moon

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    The findings contradict a 2014 German  study  that the lunar rocks would have a unique ratio of oxygen isotopes, different from those on Earth. The scientists analyzed eight stones delivered to Our Planet in the moon six volcanic stones in the Planet's layer missions, in addition to from the Apollo 12, 15 - five from Hawaii.
  • Facebook users flock to mobile as numbers rocket

    Facebook users flock to mobile as numbers rocket

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    Facebook has 1.04 billion daily active users (DAUs ) 1.59 billion monthly active users (MAUs ) on average, up by 17% and 14%, respectively as of December 31. Zuckerberg said during an earnings call that he is happy with pre-orders for Rift, which was priced at $599, but did not disclose specifics. "It's much stronger ad growth than we were expecting", said Ken Sena, an analyst at Evercore ISI.
  • Read The Latest Updates From The Fox News GOP Debate

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    Cable news networks CNN and MSNBC provided extensive coverage of Trump's event. Trump supporters who waited hours in the cold to see him roundly disputed the notion that he would see any attrition in his support in Iowa, where he has led in recent polls.
  • Nasa honours Challenger crew on 30th anniversary of explosion

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    One of those astronauts was educator Christa McAuliffe, who competed with thousands of teachers across the nation, to become the first teacher in space. She was the teacher 2nd in line after Christa McauLiffe to fly on the Challenger. "It was a thrill to meet her and be connected to something that I had grown up obviously as a young person".
  • Remembering the Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster

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    NASA also plans observances at Arlington National cemetery, Johnson Space Center in Houston and elsewhere. "We were all scientists and engineers, we understood what happened as soon at the explosion happened, but we couldn't expect it", said Dr.
  • Five Planets in the Morning Sky

    Five Planets in the Morning Sky

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    As a skywatcher looks up in the southern sky, the array will extend from the southeast to the west. At this stage, the key to catching all five is to locate Mercury low above the eastern horizon before sunrise, said science educator Jim Todd.
  • BC health minister reiterates concern over Zika virus

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    Zika virus primarily is spread by Aedes mosquitoes. "These approaches are promising, but it is important to understand we will not have a widely available safe and effective Zika vaccine this year and probably not even in the next few years, although we may be able to begin a phase one clinical trial in this calendar year", said Anthony S.
  • Microsoft's big Windows 10 push is part of broader strategy

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    The commercial cloud sector stood out significantly. On a constant-currency basis, revenue grew 11 per cent in the fiscal second quarter but slowed from the 14 per cent growth it posted in the first quarter. The rumor pipeline is also cold, beyond tantalizing whispers of a " Surface phone " that some hope could be the savior of Microsoft's smartphone business.
  • Samsung Galaxy S7: Exynos For The Win!

    Samsung Galaxy S7: Exynos For The Win!

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    There is no word on how the upgrade program will work, Samsung has yet to comment on the matter. Consumers aren't rushing to upgrade as they once did, and wireless carriers have been reinventing the way they sell phones.
  • 'No doubt' Zika virus plays role in birth defects

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    Also announced Thursday, Director-General of the World Health Organization Margaret Chan will convene an International Health Regulations Emergency Committee on Zika virus. The agency is expecting huge numbers of infections because of the widespread presence of mosquitoes that spread Zika and because they're no immunity among the population.
  • Three protesters arrested at OR refuge as standoff winds down

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    It has said only that it is trying to " empty the refuge of the armed occupiers in the safest way possible". A judge ordered them to remain in jail until at least Friday as authorities and Bundy himself worked to convince the few remaining people at the remote refuge to stand down .
  • Is Cam Newton the "Most Dangerous" QB In the NFL

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    All-Pro linebacker Thomas Davis had surgery Monday morning on his broken right forearm, but is expected to play in the Super Bowl on Feb. 7. "We've just got to try to get some pressure on (Manning)", Kuechly said. It's great that we all battled and worked so hard. "Coach has a saying 'you don't have to be prepared to play today or tomorrow, but be prepared to play on Sunday.' The process hopefully carries over to this game".
  • The Division Season Pass content includes three expansion packs, new gear & events

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    Ubisoft is set to kick off the beta for Tom Clancy's The Division, but before that, it's taking a moment to address the game's upcoming Season Pass. There will be three paid expansions included with The Division's DLC pass: Underground , Survival , and Last Stand. Ubisoft provided some high-level details for the first two (see below), but unfortunately didn't get into specifics for any of them.
  • The Latest on the Zika Virus

    The Latest on the Zika Virus

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    Francis Collins cited a Lancet study published January the 14th in which researchers predicted the Zika virus could be spread in areas along the East and West Coasts of the United States and much of the Midwest during warmer months, where about 200 million people live.
  • Zika Virus Case Confirmed in Minnesota

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    A fumigation brigade shows how seriously South Americans are taking the Zika virus . Although transmission has yet to occur in the United States, it remains a possibility. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is urging pregnant women to postpone travel to areas affected by the virus. About a dozen Americans in a handful of states have been diagnosed with Zika after visiting outbreak zones, but there is no evidence the virus, which is linked to an outbreak of birth defects in ...
  • Fuel-Mountain Dew Cocktail Suspected in Boys' Deaths

    Fuel-Mountain Dew Cocktail Suspected in Boys' Deaths

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    On Thursday, authorities were called to the Franklin Farms home of 16-year-old Logan Stephenson , who was found dead in his bed. In addition to his parents, Logan is survived by his stepmother, Mickie Stephenson; stepfather, Kevin Daniel; grandparents, Wayne A.
  • WWE 2K16 Future Stars DLC now available

    WWE 2K16 Future Stars DLC now available

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    Thank you for your patience". PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 users will not experience this issue. Now fans can look forward to the big DLC coming in the form of the "2015 Hall of Fame Showcase". Gaming website GamesRadar is reporting that the newest DLC pack to the widely popular WWE 2K16 has apparently crashed the "Universe" mode of gameplay.
  • Worries grow about Zika virus in US

    Worries grow about Zika virus in US

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    In these countries, mosquitoes are spreading the virus to people. Health experts say such cases are to be expected in Europe, given the scale of the outbreak in South America and the frequency of global travel . Researchers are still studying 3,448 of the cases, which were recorded from October 22. The Guillain-Barre syndrome can cause bedsores, pneumonia but can be treated with infusion of plasma.
  • Apple sends out second beta for iOS 9.3

    Apple sends out second beta for iOS 9.3

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    The Night Shift mode helps improve readability and reduces eyestrain by changing the temperature of the display. If you're a registered developer, you can download the beta from the iOS developer portal . Apple Watch owners may thrill to the claims that adding iOS 9.3 to their iPhones will allow them to pair up with more than one watch. It also includes a big-brotherly feature called Screen View, through which teachers can peek in on a student user's screen to monitor their progress.
  • Microsoft Enables Co-Authoring In The Cloud

    Microsoft Enables Co-Authoring In The Cloud

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    Dropbox is light on details about this feature, however, and it isn't clear when it will be available to users. While Dropbox already had editing capabilities on the Office apps, the feature has been opened up for Box and so on Egnyte and Edmodo.
  • Spoilers - WWE SmackDown Tapings Results Airing 1/28

    Spoilers - WWE SmackDown Tapings Results Airing 1/28

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    Nearly immediately, Heath Slater spotted Flo Rida in the front row, and called him out due to their last meeting. The acclaimed recording artist rekindles his rivalry with Heath Slater by schooling The Social Outcasts in a rap battle. Unbeknown to The Rock , a riled Rusev turned up behind him looking angry, and his mood didn't improve when Johnson joked the wrestler will no doubt have a great marriage because Lana is "flexible as all hell...it's awesome!" Rock continued his march to the ...