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Samsung in trouble after 'new' phone catches fire on plane

Sprint has yet to make an official announcement on the matter, but this is certainly not good news for Samsung . The company has stated that they are looking into the phone that caught on fire, and it seems that they're not alone as the CPSC are also looking to the issue as well.

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Leaked Audio Reveals Trump Bragged About Groping Women

Mitt Romney, the 2012 Republican nominee, also weighed in. It will be the third presidential debate held there since 1992. "Hitting on married women?" House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) said late Friday he is "sickened" by Trump's comments.

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'Dangerous' hurricane bears down on Florida

Officials say they don't want people driving or walking around while law officers and emergency workers have to deal with issues related to the storm. Category 5 is the strongest. Scott said Florida "must prepare for a direct hit", adding: "This storm can kill you". Damage and potential casualties in the Bahamas were still unclear after Matthew passed near the capital, Nassau, on Thursday and then moved out over Grand Bahama Island.

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U.S. accuses Russian Federation of cyber attacks

The intelligence community's assessment of Russia's involvement in the DNC hacks leaves President Obama with a hard choice in his final months as leader of the US. Russian officials told Interfax news agency the claims it was involved in the cyber attacks were "nonsense". "Numerous attacks can be traced to the U.S.", Peskov was quoted as telling the Interfax news agency.

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Philippines confirms end of joint patrols with United States, shuns aid

In addition to halting military exercises between the two countries, Delfin Lorenzana, the country's defense minister, said Duterte hopes to dismiss US troops helping monitor and fight Islamist militants in the southern part of the country-a task he said the Philippines would assume once it acquired the necessary intelligence-gathering capabilities.

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Based Carnival cruise to take detour to Mexico

Hurricane Matthew is prompting a change in vacation plans for those aboard the Carnival Elation that departed Jacksonville Monday afternoon. Due to the revised itinerary, Royal Caribbean International will provide each stateroom with an onboard credit in the amount of one day based on the cruise fare paid, which will be credited to guests' onboard accounts.

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Poll shows Trump competitive in Nashville; experts skeptical

Hillary Clinton brought up something from Trump's past during the first debate and the mainstream media has been having an absolute field day with it. Clinton leads 59 percent to 36 percent among Hispanics, and 77 percent to 18 percent among black voters. Some polls, like Reuters/Ipsos, try to include only likely voters, while others include all registered voters.

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US Calls for War Crimes Investigation of Russia over Aleppo Bombings

Moscow says its goal is to help the Syrian army fight terrorism. The agreement, which was first signed in August 2015 and came at the request of Damascus, was submitted to the Duma a year later and deliberated for nine weeks before approval given on Friday.

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Hurricane Matthew leaves almost 1.1 mln in U.S. Southeast powerless

Four people died in Florida on Friday as Matthew lashed the state's south-eastern coast. Speaking on NBC's "Today" program, Fugate said few people were really prepared for the storm's effects and that while it was too late for some to move to safer ground, those who could still evacuate now should do so, unless they were in areas affected by hurricane-force winds.

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Primary Concerns Episode 31: How Tim Kaine Won By Losing

Hillary Clinton's running mate Tim Kaine made a stop in South Philadelphia Wednesday and it appears he's still flying high from the previous night's vice presidential debate. "Nothing - nothing was going in the net last night", he said. He's spoken openly about that'. After a strong performance in Tuesday's vice presidential debate , Gov.

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Obama hails ratification of climate deal

He added, "This gives us the best possible shot to save the one planet we've got". Franciscan Sister Ilia Delio, the Josephine C. Connelly chair in Christian theology at Villanova University, also hailed the agreement coming into force, but cautioned that the world must continue to act to reduce the threat of climate change.

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State of emergency in North Carolina over hurricane

But his home didn't appear to have damage on first inspection and his vehicles were unharmed. More than 1.5 million people across the state were ordered to leave their homes due to the hurricane and up to a million more are expected to lose power in its wake.

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Obama Warns Residents To Heed Hurricane Warnings, Beware Storm Surge

The outer eyewall of Matthew - a Category 3 storm with winds of 120 miles per hour at the center - was brushing New Smyrna Beach north of Cape Canaveral as the storm teetered north-northwest toward Daytona Beach. The storm already has left death and destruction in the Caribbean. "People should not be looking at the damages they're seeing and saying this storm is not that bad", Fugate said.

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Hurricane Matthew causes little damage in Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach

Aerial footage by journalists who made it to the hardest hit towns showed a ruined landscape of metal shanties with roofs blown away and downed trees everywhere. Hurricane Matthew is the most powerful storm to threaten the US Atlantic coast in more than a decade. "I'm going to pray for everybody's safety", Scott said.

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Don't Only Call Trump's Comments "Vulgar" And "Lewd" -- He's Describing Sexual Assault

Trump and Bush, whose comments were caught by a hot mic, were visiting the Days of Our Lives set so that the current presidential candidate could meet one of the show's stars. By early Friday evening, the condemnation began to arrive from points across the Republican Party. The unearthed video of Trump's 2005 comments can hardly help with female voters.

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AT&T, Sprint will let replacement Galaxy Note 7 owners exchange their device

Oculus has released an update that addresses battery drain issues concerning the Gear VR for Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, S7, S7 Edge users. If you've got a replacement Note 7, will you be keeping it or exchanging it? Industry executives say the sudden need for chips in 2.5 million replacement phones is exacerbating already tight memory market conditions, which could push prices higher.

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Death toll soars to 572 in Haiti from Hurricane Matthew: local officials

Haiti's central civil protection agency, which takes longer to collate numbers because it needs to visually confirm victims itself, said 271 people died as Matthew smashed through the western peninsula on Tuesday with 145 mile-per-hour (233 kph) winds and torrential rain.

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Google Readies New Phones and Gadgets Featuring its Software

The unveiling came at a Google event in San Francisco on Tuesday. "We are evolving from a mobile-first world to an AI-first world", Google chief executive Sundar Pichai said. In earlier leaked Geekbench 4.0.1 benchmark, Google Pixel managed to get a 1659 single-core and 3951 multi-core score, which is behind Apple iPhone 7, which hits around 3430 in single-core and 5600 in multi-core.

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Kerry says the United States is not abandoning peace efforts in Syria

Health facilities and hospitals have come under repeated attack in the offensive, prompting global outcry. The UN human rights chief, Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein, has denounced the unfolding "calamity" in Aleppo, Syria's largest city and once a thriving centre of trade and art.

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'Life-threatening' storm surge expected in coastal Georgia at high tide

Power outages were also a serious issue in the state as over 1 million Florida customers reportedly were without power as of midday Friday. They said the major threat to the south east would not be the wind - which newer buildings can withstand - but the massive surge of seawater that could wash over coastal communities along a 500-mile stretch from south Florida to Charleston , South Carolina .

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Patriots place QB Brissett on injured reserve

The Patriots, who are now carrying 52 players on their roster, need to clear one more roster spot by Saturday to make room for both Tom Brady and defensive end Rob Ninkovich, who are coming off their four-game suspensions. Now that Brady is back and Garoppolo is progressing, however, Brissett can move into a more comfortable third-string role. Brissett played the last two-and-a-half games for New England after Jimmy Garoppolo went down with a shoulder injury in Week 2.

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Hillary Clinton holds wide lead among Asian-American voters

Green Party nominee Jill Stein: 3 percent. A Quinnipiac University poll released earlier this week, and conducted entirely after the first debate, found Trump with a five-point lead over Clinton in Ohio. Half of Tennesseans in suburban and rural areas said they back Trump , while Clinton struggled respectively with 23 percent and 29 percent support.

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Matthew Weakens to Category 2 Hurricane Off Florida's Coast

At least 175 people died in villages clustered among the hills and coast of Haiti's fertile western tip. Matthew skirted Florida on Friday with winds of up to 120 miles per hour (195 kph), but did not make landfall. The hurricane is forecast to move up the eastern coast of Florida toward Jacksonville by this evening. Some Floridians were resisting calls to evacuate.

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Hurricane Matthew Pounds Florida Coast

Hurricane Matthew packed gusts of 160 kilometers per hour as it tracked north-northwest along Florida's east coast, the National Hurricane Center said in an advisory. Navy amphibious transport dock ship, was heading for Haiti to support relief efforts. The NHC acknowledged that Matthew's failure to make landfall in Florida, and its position farther out to sea than initially predicted, had spared the state the kind of damage a direct hit would have wrought.

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Judge dismisses civil fraud charges against Texas AG for now

He hasn't been the only state attorney general in legal trouble. The cases brought by the SEC and criminal prosecutors are virtually identical: Both accused Paxton of luring investors to high-tech startup Servergy in 2011 without disclosing that he was being paid by the data storage company.

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Sprint Lets Customers Replace Galaxy Note 7 For Any Other Phone

Just like with Sprint's offer to return the new run of units, AT&T customers need only walk into their local AT&T store with their Galaxy Note 7, whether it's from the original run or a replacement, and they'll be able to walk out with another device.

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Political world reacts with outrage to Trump's comments about women

I've spent time with grieving mothers who have lost their children, laid-off workers whose jobs have gone to other countries and people from all walks of life who just want a better future. In the immediate aftermath of the news, some Trump campaign insiders were candid in expressing fears the tape could prove fatal to the campaign, but several others played down the impact of the tape, saying it was more than 10 years old and Trump had immediately apologised.

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Toronto police 'confident' they've ID'd Blue Jays beer tosser

Police say Pagan surrendered himself Thursday at 7:15 p.m. ET. Kenneth Pagan, 41, is facing one charge of mischief in relation to the event. Toronto Police have charged a man with mischief for allegedly throwing a beer can toward an outfielder during a Blue Jays playoff game after the high-profile incident ignited a firestorm of disgust as well as questions about investigators' actions in releasing the suspect's photograph.

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See How Hurricane Matthew Hit the US

Since the park opened in 1971, it's only been closed three times - all in anticipation of hurricanes. By 3 p.m. Friday, less than 3,000 customers in Miami-Dade and Broward counties were still without electricity, Florida Power & Light said, a small percentage of the almost 56,000 who lost electricity at some point during the storm.

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Obama: Paris Agreement a 'Turning Point,' but Still Isn't Enough

The accord , which was adopted by consensus on December 12, 2015, has entered into force at what is considered in the world of worldwide diplomacy, a blistering pace, reflecting a sense of urgency in the fight against global warming and a desire to seal the deal before Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and U.S.

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Rajesh Lifespaces raises Rs 100 crore from Altico Capital

However, at the end of the auctions, the amount raised was only Rs 65,789 crore, missing the target by a significant range. India's telecom spectrum auction ended in a virtual failure, closing within five days and raising only Rs 65,789 crore, about 11.6 per cent of the expected Rs 5.66 lakh crore.

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Google starts big advertising push round new Pixel phone

In addition to being available for preorder from Google directly, Pixel can be bought at all Verizon retail outlets, including Best Buy stores. The reason is so Verizon can add its own tweaks and test compatibility. Google announced the Pixel as the phone to carry its future in a hardware-filled event on Tuesday in San Francisco. Specifically, Verizon lists My Verizon, Go90 and VZ Messages among the apps that will ship on its version of the Pixel .

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Giants clinch playoff berth on final day to avert second-half disaster

They did not get there by sneaking through a back door, either, kicking down and knocking over their mostly indifferent archrivals in a 7-1 victory Sunday afternoon at AT&T Park. Posey drove in another run on a line drive in the second to cap a three-run frame, making it 5-0. Span coasted into third base and nearly paid for it, as Yasiel Puig delivered a throw so far on a line that it came with a beverage service.

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U.S. Senators Condemn Yahoo's 2-Year Delay in Disclosing Hack

They have also asked Yahoo to provide them with information of Yahoo's investigation into the hack, how it is co-operating with authorities, and what plans it has to protect affected users. Yahoo YHOO has already been hit by class action lawsuits and may have broken state laws related to disclosing data breaches. "It becomes a numbers game for them", Ghosemajumder said in a telephone interview.

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European Union to join Paris Agreement Friday

U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon called the voting an "historic moment", and added that he looked forward to the landmark climate change agreement taking force as soon as possible. With the European Union members each ratifying the agreement, making up twelve percent of global emissions, the deal will pass the remaining threshold to enter into effect in 30 days, possibly before the annual climate conference takes place on November 7th in Morocco.


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