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Trump defends calling Obama 'founder' of IS

The US Constitution's Second Amendment guarantees a right to keep and bear arms. Democrats quickly jumped on the comments as further evidence that Mr Trump is undisciplined and unprepared for the presidency, while Mr Trump insisted he was never advocating violence against Clinton.

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Comprehensive Analysis of: Lockheed Martin Corporation (NYSE:LMT)

Lockheed Martin Corporation (NYSE:LMT) has a market capitalization of $79.2 billion and most recently 303.1 million outstanding shares have been calculated. The Company has received rating from WSJ analysts. While looking at the Stock's Performance, Lockheed Martin Corporation now shows a Weekly Performance of 1.73%, where Monthly Performance is 2.59%, Quarterly performance is 8.79%, 6 Months performance is 23.9% and yearly performance percentage is 28.79%.

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Macy's plans to close 100 stores

And with the company's plan to close 100 stores , Macy's is looking to emerge leaner and more profitable in quarters and years ahead. Macy's now operates 728 stores, nine of which are in North Carolina, according to its website . Slimming down the 748-store count by 14 percent is a key part of Macy's turnaround strategy, which also includes leveraging its significant real-estate assets.

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Turkey lifts ban on away games for supporters after failed coup attempt

The announcement of the visit comes two days after a key encounter between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Erdogan, who met face-to-face for the first time since relations were damaged after Turkey shot down a Russian jet over Syria in November 2015.

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Nearly every Volkswagen sold since 1995 can be unlocked with an Arduino

The information can then be used to clone a VW Group key fob signal and gain unauthorized access to the vehicle. VW Group received a draft and a final copy of the research paper before publication and have acknowledged the vulnerabilities, the authors said.

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Asteroid Mining Will Begin In Just 4 Years

Before 2020, Prospector-1 will then travel to a near-Earth asteroid to investigate the object and determine its value as a source of space resources. Preceding that will be the launch of the Prospector-X mission in 2017, which will send a low-priced precursor spacecraft to test out different technologies used for the main asteroid mission.

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GoPro Omni VR Camera Starts Shipping Next Week

The design automatically stitches the six shots from the different cameras into one, and also comes without the cameras, accessories or software license. You can find out more details about the GoPro Omni VR Camera over at GoPro at the link below. The app is created to provide a similar viewing experience whether you're watching footage with a VR headset or on a 2D device.

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Delta Outage: 250 More Flights Canceled as System Pain Continues

The airline tweeted that each customer traveling Tuesday should check his or her flight status at delta.com or the Fly Delta app. Travelers may rebook their flights through the website . Delta's problems arose after a switchgear, which helps control and switch power flows like a circuit breaker in a home, malfunctioned for reasons that were not immediately clear, according to Georgia Power, a Southern Co unit that provides electricity to most counties in Georgia.

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Fighting ongoing in Syria's Aleppo after rebels claim lifting of siege

Aleppo had always been an opposition stronghold until Russian Federation entered the Syrian war previous year to prop-up the embattled regime of autocrat leader Bashar al Assad. Syrians living in London also took to the streets to celebrate news of the end of the siege, honking their auto horns and carrying the version of the Syrian flag used by rebels and government opponents.

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Two dead in Rio amid protests against overspending on Olympics

He retired after London before coming back for these Olympics. Brazil's Gisele Bundchen strutted across the arena to the iconic "Girl From Ipanema" before Greece, home of the ancient Olympics, led out the colorful athletes' parade. The best antidote for almost everything that ails the Olympic Games has always been the transcendental contributions of the athletes themselves. Cordeiro de Lima, a marathon bronze medalist at Athens, got the honor of closing the Olympic torch relay.

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South Africa regains Africa's 'biggest economy' title from Nigeria

Nigeria has been knocked out of her position as the largest economy in Africa in Dollar terms by South Africa. The financial information company found that the size of South Africa's economy was $301 billion at the rand's current exchange rate, while Nigeria's GDP was put at $296 billion.

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HP updates Stream laptops, adds 14-inch, education models

Select models of the new Stream notebooks also come with a one-year subscription of Office 365 Personal, which includes full versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and OneNote. The base model of the new 14-inch Stream includes a dual-core 1.6GHz Intel Celeron N3060 processor, 4GB of RAM, 32GB of onboard storage, a digital card reader, and Windows 10 Home.

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Green water in Olympic diving pool seemingly spreads to water polo, too

Rio 2016 organizers rapidly tested the water, and although they found it did not represent a health hazard, they too were puzzled by the color. FINA said the reason for the discoloration, which was so severe that pairs divers could not the partner next to them when they submerged, was because the pool's water tanks "ran out some of the chemicals" necessary for the water treatment process.

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Minnesota DNR confirms second invasive algae infestation

The lakes with mussel problems are two lakes in Otter Tail County (Otter Tail Lake and West Battle Lake), one lake in Kandiyohi County (Lake Florida), another one in Douglas County (Pocket Lake) and a vast network of closed mine pits in Crow Wing County.

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New report: CT has worst air quality in New England

Modest reductions in allowable levels of ground-level ozone and fine particulate pollution would yield a host of health benefits, including almost 10,000 deaths prevented each year, according to a report issued by the American Thoracic Society .

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Christian gymnast Simone Biles wins first Olympic gold in Rio 2016

He added that he also gave her a St. Sebastian medal. Swimmer Katie Ledecky, another exceptional 19-year-old athlete representing the USA for this summer Olympics, also revealed bringing her Christian faith at her races. "We called ourselves the "final five" because there will only be four girls next time and because of Martha (coach Karolyi) finishing after this", said the 16-year-old.

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Manchester City sign defender John Stones for $61.6 mn

Within micro-seconds, ESPN were on it reporting Stones to City was "imminent". "It's the first time that something like this has happened". "This is why he was so desperate to sign him and invest so much in someone he believes will have a massive career and win lots of things".

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Pacific coast was route for colonizing the Americas

The conventional thought has been that the first migrants who populated the North American continent arrived across an ancient land bridge from Asia once the enormous Cordilleran and Laurentide ice sheets receded to produce a passable corridor almost 1,000 miles long that emerged east of the Rocky Mountains in present-day Canada.

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Russia hits Google with $6.7m fine

The U.S. tech giant said it would study the decision before determining further action. According to this representative, Google continued to cooperate with Russian authorities and explain how Android ecosystem operated. Google filed a lawsuit against the FAS order but it was dismissed by the Moscow Commercial Court. Google is loosening some of its explicit prohibitions against Yandex after the Russian antitrust ruling, and this has already allowed the Russian company to pre-install its ...

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Paralysis partly reversed using brain-machine interface training

Among those who took part in this latest rehabilitation training, five people had been paralysed for at least five years while two had been paralysed for more than a decade. They then used the same system to control a robot and finally an exoskeleton that the patients could wear. Mr Nicolelis is an expert in his field having worked for almost 20 years to build and hone systems that record hundreds of simultaneous signals from neurons in the brain, to extract motor commands and translate them ...

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Sony May Unveil PlayStation 4 Neo On September 7

According to the insider , his source is reliable as the source is the same who tipped him off about upcoming PlayStation Meeting three weeks ago. However, the company announced that the beta will start in early August, and it is nearly mid August and there is no sign for the beta release for PlayStation 4 Firmware 4.0.

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Chinese military buildup in SCS challenges Xi's statement

China claims nearly the entire South China Sea, through which more than $5 trillion of trade moves annually. Taiwan, the Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia and Brunei have overlapping claims. While China may argue that these structures are for civilian use, "they are far thicker than you would build for any civilian objective", CSIS Asian Maritime Transparency Initiative Director Gregory Poling told The New York Times .

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Delta cancels 300 flights on second day

As of 11 p.m. EST, Tuesday Aug. 9, Delta reported almost 775 flight cancellations; over 2,400 flights had departed by Tuesday evening. Delta's CEO has issued an apology , by the way. The company said it would provide $200 in travel vouchers to all customers who experienced a delay of greater than three hours or a canceled flight. Delta is the third largest airline by passenger numbers in the world.

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Galaxy Note7 with OLED Display Technology will be soon going official

The Galaxy Note7 is priced at Rs 59 ,900, and is set to go on sale from September 2, which is a couple of weeks after it goes on sale in global markets. The screen will be the deciding factor on how pictures and videos will be seen on a phone. Note 7 carries a new type of glass, Gorillas newest Glass 5, so this phone can survive better drops then the S7.

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Supporters line up for Donald Trump rally at BB&T Center in Sunrise

In a Facebook post, the group said Ms Atkinson and her colleagues wanted to challenge Ms Clinton to "take a stand against animal torture and stop taking money from animal-exploring corporations like Costco". "There has been more than one conversation" on the topic, the official told CNN . For quite some time now North Carolina airwaves have been a Trump free zone, at least in terms of ads.

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ZTE unlocks bootloader for the Axon 7

The first one is usually root access, and the next gateway is an unlocked bootloader. ZTE has created a new sub-forum for developers that will eventually appear here. Peter Shih, head for community at ZTE USA , just announced that they will be unlocking the bootloader of any Axon 7 or Axon Pro smartphone bought in the US.

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Former Virginia Tech coach Bill Dooley dies at 82

Dooley led the Tar Heels for 11 seasons, posting a 69-53-2 record with three ACC championships. Current UNC Head Coach Larry Fedora issued a statement Tuesday saying, " Coach Dooley was a great coach and an even better man who made a lasting impact on this university and on college football as a whole".

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Logitech Introduces Button to Control Your Smart Home

After initial set-up, with the push of a button, everyone in the home can control smart home devices to set the scene with lighting presets, Sonos® playlists and more. Using the app, users will be able to configure the button such that one press will trigger actions on multiple Internet-connected devices - or just do a few different things with a single connected device.

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Google wants to curb VR trolling using poker-playing dogs

Google is anxious that harassment in VR could lead to uncomfortable experiences with the potential to make people feel attacked and unsafe and, no doubt, eventually decide that VR isn't for them. Tilton writes: "Everyone should feel safe and comfortable in VR". What's more, a glowing blue personal space bubble would appear around the seat itself, to encourage the player to return to the table.

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College Student Killed While Playing Pokemon Go

Another family friend, John Kirby who claimed to be speaking on behalf of Riley's parents, told KGO-TV that Riley and his friend was among a "large group of people playing Pokemon" at the park. We've had too many laughs, too many memories, too many moments that I will cherish for the rest of my life. "But all that was taken by a coward who wanted to shoot up a PokéStop".

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Ignis reignited by Suzuki

Suzuki is now releasing few details as to the powertrain options with the Ignis but is stating that the platform allows the use of the brand's mild hybrid unit SHVS (Smart Hybrid Vehicle by Suzuki) - providing assistance through an electric motor and efficient battery recharging to improve fuel efficiency without sacrificing performance.

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LG V20 smartphone to feature 32-bit Hi-Fi Quad DAC

The Quad DAC sound technology is provided by ESS Technology, the same company that provides the 32-bit Hi-Fi DAC in the current LG V10 . In order to develop this technology and deliver a high audio experience to users of V20, LG worked with ESS Technology, a leading company that manufactures computer multimedia products.

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United States basketball survives tough challenge by Australians

The Americans trailed by five at halftime and were behind early in the fourth quarter when Carmelo Anthony , who is playing in his fourth Olympic games, put a US roster of NBA All-Stars on his shoulders. Too often - especially as the game wore on and fatigue set in - the Australian defense left him with uncontested threes. Carmelo Anthony and Kyrie Irving led the USA rally from a rare halftime deficit, as the overwhelming gold-medal favorites got the win, 98-88.

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The iPhone SE wins over Great Britain

Lauren Guenveur, Consumer Insight Director for Kantar stated in the report that "In the United States, iOS grew 1.3 percentage points year-over-year, accounting for 31.8% of smartphone sales in the second calendar quarter of 2016". Two factors were to blame, apparently: "supply constraints" and "fierce competition". There was less good news in China, where Apple's share dropped 1.8% to 17.9%, putting Apple behind both Huawei and Xiaomi, both companies offering handsets at a wide range of ...

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Soberanes Fire Now 50 Percent Contained; Cold Fire Near Full Containment

Firefighters are making gradual but steady progress against the blaze as wildfire season in the western United States reaches its traditional peak, intensified by prolonged drought and extreme summer heat across the region. An army of more than 5,000 firefighters and an air force of tankers and helicopters made progress, however, surrounding 50 percent of the almost three-week old fire.


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