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Trump new fat bashing of 'Miss Piggy': Insists Miss Universe 'absolute worst'

On "Fox & Friends", Trump said that Machado "was the victor, and she gained a massive amount of weight, and it was a real problem... not only that, her attitude". "Donald, she has a name. And she has become a United States citizen and you can bet she is going to vote this November". He said she had gained even more.

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Elon Musk to reveal plan to colonise Mars

Musk followed up by tweeting a picture of the rocket's " mach diamonds ". The thrust of the Raptor rocket, which is the force that propels it in the direction of motion, is measured at 3 meganewtons, said Musk. Meanwhile, NASA is also paying an important role in Musk's Mars mission by purportedly giving them "very specific areas of expertise", Inverse reported.

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Chinese Businesswoman Indicted on Charges of Helping North Korea Circumvent Sanctions

The US Treasury said it was sanctioning Dandong Hongxiang Industrial Development Co (DHID) and four of its executives, including the firm's founder, Ma Xiaohong, under USA regulations targeting proliferators of weapons of mass destruction. China opposes any country using domestic laws to carry out "long arm jurisdiction" against Chinese entities or individuals, a Foreign Ministry spokesperson said Tuesday.

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Bryan Robson calls on Wayne Rooney to return to starting XI

Whatever the situation is, whether he is on the bench or playing, he is always the same type of character and that's why he is England's main man and our main man. The Red Devils will now host City at Old Trafford once again in the fourth round of the League Cup. Smalling and his teammates clearly got the message, enjoying the occasion after a taxing period.

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SpaceX tests a rocket that could help colonise Mars

NASA says it's watching that mission closely. Musk is also expected to show the designs of the ITS at the conference. However, SpaceX recently suffered a costly launch failure, while Musk's Tesla Motors electric vehicles and SolarCity energy-storage products are being buffeted by significant headwinds and blowing through massive amounts of cash in a quest to build a "Gigafactory" in the Nevada desert.

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THAAD will be deployed to S. Korea as soon as possible

Mr Russel last week said THAAD deployment was not negotiable as part of efforts to agree new United Nations sanctions on North Korea after its fifth nuclear test on September 9. Chinese embassy spokeswoman Fang Hong said Hongxiang Industrial Development Co was being investigated for "illegal behaviour" and "economic crimes".

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Stop-and-frisk would 'overwhelmingly' save black and Hispanic lives

As a whole, crime in those categories went down 7.9% from 2013 to 2016. The New York Police Department's use of stop-and-frisk, an approach to policing in which officers can stop and search anyone they deem suspicious, emerged as a flashpoint Monday night for the two New Yorkers.

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LeEco ties up with Snapdeal, Amazon to boost online sales

To begin with, it will get a toe-hold in the world's most attractive e-commerce market. Both Walmart India spokesperson and Flipkart did not respond to email queries sent by TechCircle saying as a policy they don't comment on rumours or speculations.

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Pakistan using international aid to finance terrorism

Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif last week told the U.N. General Assembly India had put unacceptable conditions on dialogue. Gambhir, who has been feted in Indian media for the calm and composed manner of her speech delivery, said that the Pakistani envoy's speech were the "views of a dysfunctional state which builds atrocity upon atrocity on its own people preaching about values of tolerance, democracy and human rights".

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Lionel Messi to Francesco Totti: I've always admired you

Totti, however, threw the cat among the pigeons when he hinted last week he could be tempted to play on for another year - a prospect that could prolong Spalletti's selection dilemma regarding the club veteran. "Thank you all very much, because I never expected such a big tribute", Totti added. He hit the headlines in January of that year when he scored the second of two goals against Lazio and, in a pre-planned celebration for becoming the all-time leading scorer in the derby, grabbed his ...

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Clinton outpaced Trump in search engine requests during debate

The previous record for presidential debate viewership was the 80.6 million people who saw the only debate in 1980 between incumbent Democrat Jimmy Carter and his Republican challenger Ronald Reagan. Trump's lack of preparation showed up. She has been around a long time and definitely plays the game of politics, so if she wins it will be more of the status quo.

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IOS 10 Backups Easy to Hack

The software includes a new way to encrypt iPhone backups created through iTunes that gives hackers a far greater chance of obtaining a target's passwords than the previous version of iOS, Russian password-retrieval company Elcomsoft said on Friday.

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National Basketball Association uses social media to react to Kevin Garnett's retirement

He became the first player drafted out of high school in nearly a decade, but became an example for the sport's future superstars such as Kobe Bryant , LeBron James and Tracy McGrady, who joined the league without playing college basketball.

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Donald Trump's favorite lie isn't doing him any favors

Trump was the most searched candidate prior to the debate, but was overtaken by Clinton in all 50 states after the debate, the search giant reported . Here are a few of moments where Clinton got under Trump's skin. Still, Trump insisted on Tuesday he'd gotten the better of Clinton, awarding her a C-plus while declining to assign himself a grade.

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Houston police identify shooting suspect who wounded nine

Friends and neighbors describe the man who authorities say randomly shot at drivers in a Houston neighborhood as someone who did his best to not stand out. Late Monday, in a statement, Memorial Hermann Red Duke Trauma Institute and Memorial Hermann Southwest Hospital said they had received five patients from the shooting.

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Campaign manager: Trump does not believe climate change is man made

Other Twitter users stepped up to prove Trump's lie while also expressing their frustration with his knack for asserting falsehoods. Ratings for PBS will be available later Tuesday... "I did not". But even an experienced faker like Trump will have a hard time suddenly portraying himself as a champion on this issue. Michelle Goldberg argues that Clinton showed that contrary to the fears of liberals, she's got everything under control .

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'Disastrous' debate for Trump, but chance for recovery, political analyst says

I mean I had some hostile questions, but that was OK. Well, Donald, I know you live in your own reality. He hit me on birther, he hit me on a housing deal from many years ago that I settled with no recourse and no guilt. His campaign manager Kellyann Conway told CNN that she heard from audience members that his mic sounded off. Hillary Clinton's running mate, Virginia Sen.

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Tesla criticised over Autopilot safety

Earlier this year, a fatal auto crash involving a Tesla model S and a road-sweeping vehicle left a 23-year-old man dead in China. But a spokesperson from Tesla said that their company never advertised their Autopilot system as a self-driving vehicle.

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Destiny 2 reportedly 'a totally new game,' set for PC release

Earlier this year, I'd also heard from a person familiar with Bungie's plans that Destiny 2, which is now slated for a late 2017 release, will be on PC. According to one of Kotaku's sources, "D2 is a completely different game". No PC. The latest expansion, " Rise of Iron " (pictured above), is the first to exclude both the Xbox 360 and PS3 - their older tech was holding back the game from doing bigger things.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Retains 90 Percent Of Users Despite Recall

On Tuesday, Samsung said that 60 percent of the recalled Note 7s have been exchanged in the US and South Korea. Users will be able to differentiate a battery safe Galaxy Note 7 handset by its green battery indicator icon. Reports of Note 7 fires and damages have continued after the recall announcement, while aviation authorities around the world issued warnings or outright bans on the use or charging of the Note 7 on aircraft.

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Mercury is Tectonically Active Planet, Planetary Scientists Say

While Mercury's has no plate tectonics in the terrestrial sense, crustal shrinking still qualifies as tectonic activity. Our solar system is rife with geologic activity, from eruptive ice moons to mountainous dwarf planets. Small graben, or narrow linear troughs, have been found associated with small fault scarps (lower white arrows) on Mercury, and on Earth's moon. If those scarps had been bombarded a million years ago, scientists wouldn't be able to see them now, said Watters.

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Red Sox at Yankees

The Boston Red Sox have won 11 in a row and are on the verge of clinching the American League East title as the rival New York Yankees finally begin to show some fight after slipping out of the race. 2. "Competing in NY, playing in NY is very special for me", Ortiz told MLB.com. If 50,000 people moon me, I promise you two things. The long balls not only keyed two laughers for Boston, they may have made certain Ortiz would never be a part-time player again - he had started out in Beantown ...

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Possible water plumes spotted on Europa

The plumes are estimated to rise about 125 miles (200 kilometers) before, presumably, raining material back down onto Europa's surface. So, even though the conditions to produce minerals that might be able to support life as we know it on Earth aren't precisely the same on Europa, they are close enough - and scientists have already discovered that exceedingly unusual microbial life exists in the subglacial lakes in Earth's polar regions.

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USA sanctions Chinese firm tied to North Korean nukes

There have been rising calls to have stricter and comprehensive sanctions in place against Kim Jong-un's administration in the wake of its latest nuclear test, flouting United Nations Security Council resolutions (UNSC). Specifically, Ma and Dandong Hongxiang worked with North Korea's Kwangson Banking Corp., which the USA has sanctioned because of its alleged connection with the the nuclear-weapons program.

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Clinton takes a swing at Trump's debate performance

Clinton was under pressure to perform well after a recent bout with pneumonia and a drop in opinion polls, but her long days of preparation appeared to pay off in her first 90-minute showdown with Trump. Clinton was more measured and restrained, often smiling through his answers, well-aware of the television cameras capturing her reaction. He said, "She doesn't have the look, she doesn't have the stamina" to be president.

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Tobacco smoke alters genes for decades, study shows

The researchers charted the regulation of the DNA of over 3,000 people by measuring the level of methylation at close to half a million sites across the human DNA. Despite a decline in recent decades, nearly 17% of U.S. adults over the age of 18 reported that they smoked in 2014 - equating to 40 million adults. Investigators indicate that the long-term DNA methylation sites may emphasize genes that could put former smokers at risk of developing certain diseases years, even decades after ...

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Bartolo Colon, Mets lose 7-3 to mourning Marlins

And in their first game since Fernandez's tragic death Sunday, the Marlins honored the 24-year-old before, during and after a 7-3 win over the New York Mets at Marlins Park. A friend of one of the victims said he warned him against the post-midnight trip. Following the national anthem, NY manager Terry Collins led his Mets across the field to share hugs with the Marlins, and fans briefly chanted "Jose, Jose".

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Donald Trump claims debate microphone was 'defective'

After the debate, the GOP nominee said he was given a "defective mic ". Later: "Join the debate by saying more insane things". I don't know if we know it was Russian Federation who broke into the DNC. "The few moments that did stand out aren't likely to move the needle in a big way with undecided voters". But Trump weathered allegations of bigotry and sexism to triumph in a vicious Republican primary campaign, and now has a real shot at being sworn in as the 45th president of the United ...

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Houston shooter was wearing Nazi uniform

Mayor Sylvester Turner told KTRK-TV that the lawyer was "disgruntled" and was "either fired or had a bad relationship with this law firm". Officers engaged in a standoff, as the shooter took cover behind his auto and a tree while he exchanged fire with police.

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India set to ratify Paris Agreement in October

A combination of policies such as having the Environmental Protection Agency establish new energy efficiency standards to cut down on carbon pollution were proposed previous year in an effort to help achieve these goals. Modi said he chose Gandhi's birth anniversary as he gave an example of how to live with a low carbon footprint. But on Sunday, PM Modi acknowledged that global warming posed a threat to coastal countries and cities.

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Microsoft Chasing What's Next After Mobile First, Cloud First — Microsoft Ignite

Nadella also noted that Microsoft is building a relationship assistant, shipping in November, that will be a part of the Dynamics CRM . Office 365 will also get a Threat Intelligence feature, which finds information on the origination of specific attacks, integrates with existing security incident event management systems, and lets businesses deploy policies to counter cyber attacks.

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Rory McIlroy keen to repay Darren Clarke for his 10th birthday surprise

Including the Nike Classic 99 hat, Nike Range Sweater and Nike TR Dry Blade polo each piece in the collection celebrates this storied competition. "We will pay our respects but come Friday we will be out there battling like the two great teams that we are".

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Donald Trump Regrets Not Talking About Monica Lewinsky During the Debate

And as his friend, I'm going to say it for him, ' Giuliani said. Trump may have practiced restraint, but Giuliani jumped at the chance. Giuliani said that he "would have talked about what she (Clinton) did to Monica Lewinsky" during the debate.

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Online Votes Declare Trump Debate Winner, Despite Media Consensus for Clinton

He said Mr Holt had been much tougher on him: "You look at it, you watch the last four questions, he hit me on birther [Mr Trump's past allegation that President Obama was not born in the US], he hit me on a housing deal from many years ago, that I settled on with no recourse and no guilt.

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Arsenal give Arsene Wenger the ideal anniversary gift by ending Chelsea jinx

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger lauded Theo Walcott as a "completely different player" after the forward continued his impressive start to the season. The difference in Walcott this season was never clearer than in Saturday's Premier League clash against Chelsea.


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