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Trump admits benefiting from unfair US tax laws

Perhaps most surprisingly, however, Clinton appears to be picking up support from white voters without college degrees, a demographic that once provided support for Donald Trump. Let's take a look at some of the best knocks on Trump's tax fiasco. On Saturday, the New York Times published a report that in his 1995 tax return, Trump declared a $916-million loss, a move that could have allowed him to pay no federal income taxes for almost two decades afterward.

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Winning points is all that matters, says Swansea City's Lukasz Fabianski

Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson felt the visitors were poor in the first half before turning things around after a talking-to from Jurgen Klopp at half-time. Liverpool will host Manchester United in their next Premier League game on Monday 17 October. There was no immediate revival from Liverpool and an enthused Swansea should have added a second when Baston headed a Sigurdsson free kick wide from close range.

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Canada's Carbon Tax Needs to Spread South of the Border

Notley has said she supports the idea of a common national carbon price in principle, but not without meaningful progress on building new market-opening infrastructure. Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall is urging Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to follow through on a pledge made during last year's federal election campaign, when Trudeau said the Liberal Party was "committed to working with the provinces" to reduce carbon emissions.

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Heroes of the Storm's Heroes Brawl is another way to earn rewards

Hover tanks for everyone! Punisher Arena: Rack up points by killing enemy heroes and Punishers. The first team to 100 points wins! In the mode's new " Lost Cavern " arena, players will only have access to one lane. Heroes Brawl will officially launch October 17. If random rules aren't enough of an incentive to make you participate in Heroes Brawl, there's several pretty alluring perks to doing so.

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Digital Homicide looking to drop lawsuit against Steam users

That may well have killed Digital Homicide, according to James Romine, one half of the company's ownership, in a statement provided to TechRaptor , via Kotaku . "It's been stomped into the ground from a thousand directions and use is discontinued", he said. "I believe the case was very solid", said Romine. Romine said he is "going back into the workforce and watching what's really going on".

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EU Backing to Tip Paris Climate Deal Over Threshold to Take Effect

It was reached by almost 200 nations almost one year ago and could help guide a radical shift of the world economy away from fossil fuels. The EU will join the US, China and India, other global players and major greenhouse gas emitters, at a November meeting of Parties to the Paris Agreement (CMA) in Marrakesh.

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Here Are The Winners And Losers From The Vice Presidential Debate

Kaine also snapped back about Trump's "brilliant" tax strategy: "So it's smart not to pay for our military?" TUESDAY NIGHT'S vice presidential debate was more of a proxy war between this year's presidential candidates than a contest about capabilities of the two men on stage.

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Mike Pence, Tim Kaine square off in vice presidential debate

After going head-to-head for 90 minutes in the first and only vice presidential debate, Donald Trump's running mate took on Virginia Sen. However, Pence repeatedly denied many things that his running mate had, in fact, said, but overall the in governor (who, as a former radio talk show host is practiced in verbal sparring) gave a much stronger performance than Trump did just over a week ago - and likely helped his own political prospects, win or lose come November 8.

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Pence and Trump on Putin

The Rev. Jesse Jackson, who campaigned Tuesday morning for Clinton and Kaine at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, was one of Kaine's guests at the debate. At one point, Pence said he is "happy to defend" Trump, but then moved on to a discussion about Russian Federation without addressing numerous issues raised by Kaine.

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Google: We're Not Making Nexus Products Anymore

That puts Microsoft - and now Google - in the awkward position of promoting both its own devices and those of rivals that run the company's software. It does look somewhat familiar to Google Now, but it's much more useful. It can sync with your other Google devices, meaning you can read aloud a shopping list in your kitchen and then access it through your smartphone at the store.

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McLaren says it's not in talks with Apple about a possible acquisition

From Apple's point of view the acquisition would nearly certainly be focused on acquiring the engineering expertise at McLaren as well as a trove of patents related to the automotive industry - and not for any quick financial gain, given the British company made a loss of $28.5 million in 2014, according to its most recently published accounts.

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Giants' Odell Beckham Jr. is frustrated: 'I'm not having fun anymore'

Norman first showed last December in the run-up to the Giants-Panthers game that you can climb inside Beckham's head with the right amount of trash talking, and the receiver's fits of pique the last two games are further evidence that he can easily succumb to the distractions created by those around him and inflamed by Beckham himself.

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Elon Musk has revealed ambitious plans to colonise Mars

Speaking at the International Astronautical Congress in the western Mexican city of Guadalajara, Musk said his goal was to "make Mars seem possible". In a tweet before the speech, Musk said the rocket booster for his interplanetary transport system will measure about 39 feet in diameter, and the spaceship will be about 55 feet in diameter.

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RNC declares Pence 'clear winner' of debate before it's even started

The Republican Party accidentally sent out a draft of its post-debate spin, proclaiming that Mike Pence won Tuesday night's debate more than an hour before his face off with Sen. "He's very mild-mannered, very predictable. for Trump, I think he's a good pick", he said. He attacked an Indiana-born federal judge and said he was unqualified to hear a federal lawsuit because his parents were Mexican.

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Google hunts Apple with high-end new phones and range of gadgets

While the new phones are clearly aimed at competing with the iPhone - Google executives took several swipes at Apple in their on-stage remarks - analysts said Android rivals like Samsung Electronics could be the biggest victim if the Pixel takes off.

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IPhone 7 scores worst battery-life performance among flagship smartphones

It's too early to tell, but many believe the Samsung Galaxy S8 will be released in the early part of 2017. With the HTC 10 taking top spot, second place went to the LG G5, which was found to give users around 1579 minutes of call time.

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WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange Promises Disclosures on Presidential Election

He refused to reveal if the US-vote related documents would hurt Democrat candidate Hillary Clinton or target her Republican rival Donald Trump . Assange, who has been credited by Trump fans with campaign-changing clout ever since his website published emails obtained in a hack of the Democratic National Committee, spoke after an hour of updates on WikiLeaks's content and legal fights, and dismissed a rumor that the news conference had been called to destroy Clinton.

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Apple Inc. (AAPL) iPhone 7 Witnesses Tight Supply: Piper Jaffray

Piper Jaffray weighed in on the matter. Goldman Sachs Group Inc. reissued a "buy" rating and issued a $124.00 target price on shares of Apple in a report on Tuesday, June 14th. The transaction was disclosed in a filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission, which is available at this hyperlink . Also, insider Johny Srouji sold 9,827 shares of the firm's stock in a transaction on Monday, August 15th.

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Topological research wins 2016 Nobel Physics Prize

According to the Associated Press , the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm - which bestows the prizes - gave the award to Ohsumi for his "brilliant experiments" in the 1990s on a cellular process called autophagy . Now "we know that autophagy is important for a host of important mammalian functions". Thoules, 82, a professor emeritus at the University of Washington in Seattle has been awarded one half of this year's physics Nobel.

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Bill Clinton calls Obamacare 'the craziest thing in the world'

The exchanges are the latest reminder that the 42nd president is both a tremendous asset and a wild card for his wife's candidacy. Hillary Clinton would try to implement a public option and expand Medicare to allow people 55 years or older to opt into the program, Bill Clinton added.

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Pakistan Denying Surgical Strikes To Satisfy Its Ego: BJP

Pakistan said troops had not crossed and two of its soldiers had been martyred in small arms fire. Violating the ceasefire again, Pakistani troops on Saturday targeted Indian posts and civilian areas with mortar bombs and heavy machine guns along the LoC in Jammu and Kashmir's Akhnoor tehsil.

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Kaine attacks, Pence fights back in VP debate

Since joining Trump's ticket in July, Pence has often been tasked with easing the anxieties of conservatives who worry about the Republican nominee's sometimes-fluctuating political ideology. "You use that a whole lot, and I think your running mate used a lot of pre-done lines", Pence said, referring to Clinton's debate performance. "What a hell of a way to make a living, to be vice president and have to get up every morning and support someone you don't agree with", Biden continued.

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Arnold Palmer's grandson tells touching, amusing story at memorial

Palmer died September 25 in Pittsburgh at age 87 as he was preparing for heart surgery. In addition, the family encourages fans to visit a nature reserve in honor of Palmer's first wife, who died after a struggle with ovarian cancer. In closing remarks towards the end of the service, Palmer's friend Mechem said simply: "There's an old saying that there are no irreplaceable people".

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Google's first real threat to the iPhone

The Google Assistant on Pixel and Pixel XL is a new way to help you get things done throughout your day, much like Siri is used on the iPhone. "More expensive options include a 128 GB model, in addition to similar hard drive options for a 5.5" screen version called Google Pixel XL.

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Social media reacts as Pence, Kaine square off in lone VP debate

She's described a three-part strategy that involves crushing IS "on its home turf" in the Middle East, disrupting its infrastructure on the ground and online, and protecting America and its allies. Soon after entering in the debate, the two candidates launched attacks on presidential nominees Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. "You are Donald Trump's apprentice", Kaine said at one point, implying that the famously genial Pence had taken on Trump's aggressive persona.

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Senator reverses embrace of Trump, showing his risks for GOP

She tried to backtrack after the debate releasing a statement that said , "I misspoke tonight". The Republican presidential nominee's past week of fat-shaming a beauty pageant victor and mocking imitation of an ailing Hillary Clinton combined with his past criticism of Hispanics, women and the disabled has put vulnerable GOP senators on the spot.

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Google unveils new Pixel phone, VR headset and other goodies

Google has not said how much it has spent on Pixel . The smaller 5-inch Pixel starts at $649, while an XL with maximum storage will set you back $869. "They don´t exactly swing anyone around the room". Versions for sale at Google´s online shop are "unlocked" to work with various carriers. The new phones will be compatible with Google's new Daydream View virtual reality headset which in turn has been objective built for the recently announced Google Daydream virtual reality ...

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Obama, DiCaprio unite over climate change

The Oscar-winning actor from " The Revenant " brought his environmental activism to the White House during a conversation with Obama, which began with a reference to politicians, such as the Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, who has been skeptical whether climate change is real.

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Google Goes All-In On Hardware With 'Pixel' Phone, Home Assistant, VR Headset

Below we have listed out all the specs and features of the two smartphones, which will further help you to decide whether to go for the new iPhone 7 or stick to the old Nexus 6. Following an exposition of new capabilities of Google Assistant, the Pixel and Pixel XL were unveiled. "More expensive options include a 128 GB model, in addition to similar hard drive options for a 5.5" screen version called Google Pixel XL.

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WikiLeaks founder promises new leaks on United States election

It is planned to publish new material every week in the next ten weeks, Assange said in a live video broadcast to Berlin on the 10th birthday of WikiLeaks. Trump on Friday said that he would not accept the results of the presidential election if Hillary Clinton wins. While the WikiLeaks website was registered in 2006, the group launched in 2007, with Assange saying it would use encryption and a censorship-proof website to protect sources and publicise secret information.

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US auto sales expected to fall in September

Consumer confidence hit a nine-year high in September, according to the Conference Board's index. After six years of booming auto sales, signs suggest that the consistent increase is beginning to fade. Usually, he said, incentives are only about $100 higher or lower than the year before. "I would say the business is as competitive as I have seen it in my 32 years but it's competitive in a very strong industry", LaNeve said.

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Hillary Clinton, seizing on tax returns, says Donald Trump embodies 'rigged system'

The Trump campaign hasn't denied the report , but the GOP presidential nominee bragged to supporters at a rally Monday that he has " brilliantly " used tax laws to his benefit. In response, Clinton said: "Here's my question, what kind of genius loses a billion dollars in a single year?" "Donald Trump has been so audacious to admit that", Branstad said.

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Nobel Prize in Physics won by three British-born scientists

David Thouless, Duncan Haldane and Michael Kosterlitz were awarded the prize for their "theoretical discoveries of topological phase transitions and topological phases of matter". Thouless won half of the eight million Swedish kronor ($937,000) prize. Topology studies properties that do not change when objects are distorted. The trio were all born in Britain but have since relocated in the USA for work.

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Google Unveils Digital Hardware, Including Smartphone

The device, which uses similar functionality to Amazon's Echo, will allow you to access music, weather, and yes even Google searches by voice. The virtual assistant will be available across multiple devices and will rely on voice recognition.

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What to Expect in the VP Debate

Meanwhile, Kaine is as amiable and as authentic (and sometimes even a little goofy) as Clinton is scripted. Kaine would likely highlight the possibility that Trump may not have paid taxes for almost two decades because of a $916 million loss.


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