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Meet Ken Bone, the newest American icon

His name has been carved in the annals of the internet. Bone says of his now-iconic outfit. Along with nearly 100 other undecided residents from in and around the Missouri city, Bone was chosen to participate in last night's much anticipated second round between the White House contenders.

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Georginio Wijnaldum a major doubt for Liverpool versus Manchester United

United then roped in Louis Van Gaal to bring back the lost glory but the Dutchman too failed in his attempts. United subsequently turned to David Moyes days later, with many believing that the former Everton manager had been specifically cherry-picked to replace his fellow Scotsman Ferguson.

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Wasteland 3 Announced By InXile, Will Feature Co-op

That being the case, it certainly sounds like they are expecting to hit their $2.5 million funding goal when the Wasteland 3 campaign launches. New to the series will be online co-op that will play out in a very different fashion to what you'd might think.

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Samsung discontinuing Galaxy Note 7

China was the only market excluded from Samsung's first recall of Galaxy Note 7s. Samsung said it is halting sales of the Galaxy Note 7 after a spate of fires involving new devices that were supposed to be safe replacements for recalled models.

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Bella Thorne & Tyler Posey Show Major PDA in Sexy Swimsuit Pic

The actress showcases her pert posterior in the image, which sees her sitting astride the Teen Wolf actor. The Duff actress shows off her trim physique in a barely there white bikini while Taylor wears some dark swimming trunks as they relax in the sun.

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Power cut to 150000 as storm moves along coast

As of 11 a.m. EDT (1500 GMT), U.S. National Hurricane Center said the hurricane had downgraded from a Category 4 hurricane to a Category 3 with sustained winds up to 120 miles per hour, adding that the hurricane was moving to northwest. Matthew set off alarms as it closed in on the USA, triggering evacuation orders covering at least two million people. He was part of a team from three states that carried out 64 rescues on Saturday night and Sunday morning.

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Hurricane Matthew downgraded to category 2

But officials warned there are plenty of reasons to remain concerned. Similar numbers were without power in North Carolina . Pat McCrory said on Sunday. Most of the deaths happened when vehicles were swept away by floodwaters. That death brings to 15 the number of weather-related deaths in the USA from Matthew.

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Kim Kardashian maintains social media blackout more than week since Paris robbery

Shortly after being the victim of a highly-publicized gunpoint robbery, Kim Kardashian West is coming to Chicago with family, the Chicago Sun-Times' Michael Sneed reports . Keeping Up with the Kardashians first aired in 2007 and has been going strong since then. Initially it was roumered that the security lapse lead to the incident and her security, Pascal Duvier would be fired as he was not with her during the incident to protect.

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Russia, Turkey Plan to Simultaneously Launch Both Legs of Turkish Stream

The European Union is trying to avoid a repeat of disputes that prompted Russian gas monopoly Gazprom to cut supplies in 2006 and 2009, leading to winter shortages across Europe. The two presidents have sought to use their warming relationship both at home and overseas to indicate that they are not politically isolated and remain central players in any Syria solution.

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Satellite images show birds trapped in the eye of Hurricane Matthew

But for the " Hurricane Hunters " at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, it's just another day on the job. For the last few days they have been flying recon missions into category 3 Hurricane Matthew to collect data, and post some incredible videos to Twitter.

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Europa: Hubble telescope spots 'possible' water plumes

They have new evidence of water plumes on Europa's surface and are now more confident that water samples can be collected and studied by future NASA missions without drilling through layers of ice. Out of 67 moons owned by Jupiter, Europa is one of the largest. It had originally set out to determine whether Europa had a thin, extended atmosphere, or exosphere.

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Wal-Mart sees stagnant profits, sending shares lower

The retailer has many other stores around the world and is now one of the biggest. Last quarter Walmart said its e-commerce sales increased 11.8 percent primarily due to the continued rollout of its online grocery option and growth of pick-up in stores and clubs.

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First turnovers of season lead to first loss for Eagles

On the first play of the final drive, Carson Wentz got a tad too ambitious with a long heave that got picked off. Slay's second theft put the final touches on Detroit's victory. "We can't spot someone 21 points in the first half like that", said defensive end Brandon Graham, who made six tackles, three behind safety Rodney McLeod's team-high nine.

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Nissan reveals prices for GT-R NISMO

The engine also gains a pair of high-flow, large diameter turbochargers, as first used in GT3 competition, to develop 592bhp - 30bhp more than the regular vehicle. Officially, the 2017 Nissan GT-R Nismo goes on sale across Europe on 1 November (although Nissan has been taking orders in the United Kingdom since May), but we don't yet know how many NISMOs are available for the United Kingdom market.

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Hart, Holmstrom share economics Nobel for contract theory

Their findings on contract theory have implications in such areas as corporate governance, bankruptcy law and political constitutions, said the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, which announced the 8 million Swedish crown (750,517 pound) prize.

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Samsung shares tumble on Galaxy Note 7 sales halt

Samsung Electronics recalled, asked consumers to stop using the Galaxy Note 7 and halted its production and distribution, pending the probe into its safety by investigators. USA consumer safety officials said they are investigating five incidents of fire or overheating since the company announced a recall last month. When it issued a global recall September 2, Samsung blamed batteries provided by one of its two battery suppliers and assured consumers that other parts of the smartphones were ...

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Samsung stops making Galaxy Note 7s as more phones ignite

The UK release date for the Note 7 had been moved to October 28 after Samsung ordered the recall following dozens of reports of devices overheating worldwide. Samsung hasn't yet mentioned whether it plans to suspend sales and production of the Note 7 indefinitely, but we're hearing that this is indeed a possibility.

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Climate Change Doubles US Forest-Fire Burn Areas

A total of 23.5 million acres was scorched in Western states during the period. "Our study suggests that climate change could make wildfire years like 2015 more frequent", he said. We should be getting ready for bigger fire years than those familiar to previous generations. Rising temperatures are flatly to blame for recent fearsome fire seasons, leading scientists reported Monday.

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Adios Rosetta: Comet crash-landing marks Rosetta spacecraft's farewell

The mission was inaugurated on 2nd March 2004 by European Space Agency as a comet orbit. Rosetta will take its last image around 15 metres from the surface of the comet. "Thanks to a huge global, decades-long endeavour, we have achieved our mission to take a world-class science laboratory to a comet to study its evolution over time , something that no other comet-chasing mission has attempted, " noted Alvaro Gimenez, ESA's director of science.

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Justin Bieber 'wet look' waxwork goes on show at Madame Tussauds

The shirtless statue is inspired by the rain shower finale of Bieber's concert. The 22-year-old " Baby " singer already has multiple life-like models on display around the world, including a half-naked one erected in Madame Tussauds Las Vegas, but the latest is most definitely the wettest.

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PFW Matchup Breakdown: Chicago Bears vs. Indianapolis Colts

On to Houston: Perhaps this once again speaks to the veracity of the AFC South, but the 2-3 Colts head to Houston next Sunday with a share of the division lead on the line . Howard has rushed for more than 100 yards in each of his first two National Football League starts . Luck was 28-39 for 322 yards and two touchdowns.

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Kris Jenner Breaks Her Silence After Kim Kardashian's Robbery

Kim, whose infamy is largely based on her overwhelming (and sometimes downright exhausting) presence on social media, may want to take a look at how exposure of her private life in deference to the almighty dollar has played a role in making her vulnerable.

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India to ratify Paris climate deal on Mahatma Gandhi's birth anniversary

The historic Paris Agreement, reached in December previous year, will come into force after it is ratified by at least 55 countries, accounting for 55 per cent of global greenhouse gas emissions. On Wednesday, U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon announced that 60 countries accounting for almost 48 percent of emissions had joined the agreement - just short of what is needed for the treaty to take effect.

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Trump spokeswoman warns supporters will ignore down-ballot races

Ribble, a longtime, outspoken Trump critic who is not seeking re-election, said House Republicans realize Trump's comments were politically toxic. "Mr. "You know I'm automatically attracted to beautiful - I just start kissing them". "It's very doubtful that I'll vote for Mr. Trump". Mr Trump answered with a typically personal attack, questioning the Republican leader's record on Capitol Hill in a tweet: "Paul Ryan should spend more time on balancing the budget, jobs and illegal immigration ...

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Samsung Galaxy Note 7 owners told to turn off device

Samsung halted sales of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones and told owners to stop using them while it investigates reports of fires. "Consumers with an original Galaxy Note7 or replacement Galaxy Note7 should power down and take advantage of the remedies available, including a refund at their place of purchase", reads a statement from a Samsung representative.

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Hurricane Matthew Blamed For 7 Deaths In NC; Flood Perils Continue

The town lies on the Tar River about 40 km (25 miles) north of Greenville. "The people who live near rivers, streams and levees need to be extremely careful", he warned, stressing that this would extend through much of the week. Streets in downtown Charleston, known for its historic waterfront architecture, were flooded to the tops of tires on some parked cars, and a few residents could be seen wading near the city's sea wall as high tide approached.

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Hurricane death toll rises to at least 22 across US Southeast

The National Hurricane Center reported that the hurricane's center was "hugging the coast" as it continued toward Georgia and SC and warned of a surge of up to nine feet that could cause risky flooding. An estimated 2 million people in the south-east were ordered to evacuate their homes as Matthew closed in. Warnings of flash floods were in effect in North Carolina and Virginia, where gusts of 120kmh were recorded.

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'Supergirl' Season 2: Meet the Cast

And not only was it great to make their day and make them smile and stuff, but it was also, selfishly, informative for the character that that's who this guy is. Of all these changes, the one I'm most wary of is Kara's decision to not date James. The bigger change will come with Calista Flockhart's reduced role on the show, which Cat Grant's end of episode epiphany no doubt setting up her transition to a recurring role.

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Matthew's punch still delivers pain to North Carolina

Hurricane Matthew first made landfall in in the United States in SC but its edges had previously battered the coasts of Florida and Georgia. In addition to the seven deaths in North Carolina, there were four in Florida, three in Georgia and one in SC.

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Donald Trump's Horrific Comments About Women Unnerve Churchgoers Near Debate

Athletes across professional sports have since made a point to distance themselves from such rhetoric - that what Trump said is standard for locker rooms - as did Oladipo on Monday after Thunder practice. In response to the Trump video, Biden tweeted out: "The words are demeaning". None of this is to say that some Americans - men and women who rest at different spots along the political spectrum and organize their lives in traditional and transgressive ways - will not find this entire line ...

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Samsung suspends global sales, replacements of Galaxy Note 7

That's the message Monday from the US Consumer Product Safety Commission and from Samsung itself. The company's stock plunged more than 5% Tuesday morning in Seoul. In a separate statement, Elliot Kaye, chairman of the USA safety commission, said the decision by Samsung to stop sales and exchanges of the Note 7 was "the right move".

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Samsung under fire for exploding washing machine

To find out if you washing machine is affected by this issues, look for the 15 digit serial number on the back on the machine and then search for it on Samsung's website . If you are on you way home from returning your Samsung Galaxy Note that burst into flames, you may want to check your washing machine. "I just remember covering my head and leaning towards my son and just screaming this scream that I didn't even know I could scream".

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Common Weighs In On First Presidential Debate Between Trump And Clinton

During a speech from Council Bluffs, Iowa, Donald Trump said that Clinton is constantly taking days off, and he then went on to joke about her recently becoming ill. Just over a third of voters (36 percent) say they're extremely or very confident that the Democratic nominee would be healthy enough to serve, while just over half (51 percent) are confident that the Republican nominee would be.

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ORC poll: Clinton won debate but Trump's performance improved

To the American people. Certainly I'm not proud of it. Trump grew increasingly desperate. "You know it's amusing she went over a minute over, you don't stop her", Trump complained over Raddatz's protestations that Trump had interrupted several times .

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Bengt Holmstrom Discusses Capturing Nobel in Economics

While Holmstrom said that he was surprised and happy to get the news, Hart, on the other hand, couldn't contain his excitement and woke up his son from sleep. Last week, the awards for medicine, physics , and chemistry were announced, as well as the peace prize , which went to Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos for his efforts to end a half-century war with the FARC rebels.


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