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White House Dings 'Snorting' Donald Trump Over Drug Test Call

Earnest was asked about Trump's proposal over the weekend that the candidates be screened for performance-enhancing drugs before Wednesday's debate. "She's getting pumped up", Trump said Saturday. Dean, a doctor by trade, told MSNBC the next day that Trump "has some interesting - that is actually a signature of people who use cocaine", followed by, "I'm not suggesting that Trump does".

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Rocket launch reignites space station deliveries in Virginia

The private company is under a lot of pressure since this is their first launch in two years after their rocket failed catastrophically, and the vehicle and payload were destroyed causing $15 million in damage. That's because a Soyuz capsule is slated to bring three new crew members to the ISS on Friday, and NASA wants to wait to dock the Cygnus until after the new astronauts have arrived safely.

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Rocket launch expected to be seen along entire East Coast

Orbital ATK has spent the past two years redesigning the unmanned rocket and rebuilding the launch pad. Thanks to fair weather, the launch will be visible from Virginia and a lot of the Mid-Atlantic for those with a good view of the horizon that is not blocked by buildings or trees.

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Orbital rocket set for return to flight two years after disaster

People in the CT region may be able to get a glimpse of NASA's rocket launch Monday night. This launch has been postponed a couple of times due to Hurricanes Matthew and Nicole. A region visibility map for Orbital ATK shows the CT region should be able to see the rocket about 150 seconds after launch. This timing is an allowance for the rocket to clear local terrain and obstacles for those closer locations, and even the curvature of the Earth for locations farther away.

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Cowboys Make a 30-16 Statement at Green Bay

After a bye, Dallas next plays on October 30 against Philadelphia. Prescott and the Cowboys are entering their bye in Week 7 and will take on the Philadelphia Eagles upon their return in Week 8. "Another one to start up". If Lacy can tough it out again, the Packers can try to get by with wide receiver Ty Montgomery as their No. 2 running back.

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Terrell Suggs has torn biceps, has played with one before

Terrell Suggs could be going back-to-back on season-ending injuries, and this is the second time he's sustained a torn biceps. Suggs was immediately came to the sideline after the play to get attention from the medical staff. "I ain't no doctor". Yanda missed his first game in four seasons when he didn't play Sunday with a shoulder injury. CJ Mosley suffered a thigh injury the previous week against Washington and fellow edge rusher Elvis Dumervil is dealing with complications from a foot ...

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Antares rocket launches from Wallops Flight Facility

Officials say that explosion caused about $15 million of damage to the launch pad; the rocket and cargo lost cost about $200 million. The launch comes amid unseasonably warm weather for the Lehigh Valley, thanks to high pressure off the southeastern coast of the United States fostering southwesterly winds for the Mid-Atlantic, Johnson said.

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Chip Kelly says Colin Kaepernick will remain 49ers' starter

Into the gusty winds of New Era Field, the ball flew over Smith's head and fell harmlessly to the ground for an incompletion. Kaepernick made his first regular season start since Week Eight of 2015 after being placed on injured reserve with a shoulder injury previous year.

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The world just took another huge step forward on fighting climate change

The US and other western countries rallied for quick action whereas nations such as India, Pakistan and some gulf states wanted to give their industries more time to adjust. Acknowledging the success of the Montreal Protocol in phasing out HCFCs, AHRI said it has long supported including HFCs in a global phasedown plan.

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Wallops Island rocket launch delayed to Monday

Visibility is dependent on local weather conditions, but the nighttime launch window will help make the launch more easily visible against the dark evening sky. The last launch of an Antares rocket, on October 28, 2014, ended in disaster a few seconds after liftoff. For this mission, the rocket is carrying about 5,300 pounds of supplies and science experiments for the space station crew.

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Mosul push 'big moment' in war against Islamic State

The Pentagon on Monday played down any new role for US forces in Iraq's battle to retake the city of Mosul from Islamic State, saying American personnel were behind the forward line of troops and acting in an advisory role to support Iraqis.

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McCain: 'I don't know' if Trump will be better for Supreme Court

Mitchell wrote in a press release. Republicans are in the midst of an election where they could lose the White House by a landslide, control of the Senate, and see their House majority significantly reduced, but John McCain's promise to block any Clinton Supreme Court nominee shows that Republicans have learned nothing.

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Japan bans Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on airplanes over fire risk

Australian and New Zealand airlines have banned the phone from all planes. Samsung has pulled its flagship phone entirely and urged customers to turn off and return the potentially hazardous devices. Obviously, Samsung wants customers to pick one of their other devices, but a report from KGI says that Apple and Android manufacturer Huawei will benefit the most from the cancelation.

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Orbital ATK's Antares Rocket Launch Postponed by 24 Hours

The launch, originally scheduled for Friday, Oct 14, at 8:51 p.m. EDT, was first pushed back to Sunday, Oct 16 at 8:03 p.m. EDT, to avoid any potential impacts from Hurricane Nicole, which was churning its way northward off the Atlantic coast.

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SNL Perfectly Captures How Trump Blew the Debate

Donald Trump has launched a withering attack on long running comedy sketch show Saturday Night Live in particular skits in which he is portrayed by actor Alec Baldwin. However there were also parts of the sketch that poked fun at Clinton in particular her often-criticised inability to look relateable and relaxed.

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Trump Calls GOP Leaders 'Naive' on Voter Fraud

Clinton's debate performances have helped, too, the NBC poll found. Thirty-one percent of those surveyed said the two debates have made them more likely to vote for Clinton, while 14% say the debates make them more likely to back Trump. It's estimated Clinton will receive 336 electoral votes to Trump's 200, with a popular vote breakdown of 49 percent for the former Secretary of State and 43 percent for the GOP nominee.

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Apple Releases Update to Fix iPhone 7 Verizon Woes

For now, the iPhones in Apple's current lineup are on different iOS versions. Apple on Monday released iOS 10.0.3, an update for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus arrived on September 16th with iOS 10 on board. A previous report from the Inquisitr noted that one of the biggest highlights of iOS 10.1 will bring in a new feature to the iPhone 7 Plus' camera.

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Disaffected Drogba refuses to play for Montreal - coach

Matteo Mancosu continued to get the start in his place, and it remains to be seen how Drogba and Biello will react ahead of the season finale at the New England Revolution on Sunday. Drogba , who left Chelsea in July 2015, has been used as a substitute in two of the Impact's past four games. If you see the performance from Matteo, I chose to give a different look to the team, to add a little bit of energy up front, the ability to transition quickly, and for me this is basically the decision.

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(In Pics) The launch of China's first manned spacecraft- Shenzhou-11

It's possible that China will land taikonauts on the moon in the future. The astronauts were Jing Haipeng , who will turn 50 during the trip and is flying his third mission, and Chen Dong , 37. Owing to China's rapid economic growth, we can expect China to race alongside the USA and Russian Federation, making their mark in the development of space technology.

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Intex launches Aqua, Aqua Craze II smartphone models

Aqua 5.5 VR comes with a 5MP front camera equipped with front LED flash and a 5MP primary camera having dual back flash engineered to take better and smarter selfies even in dark. The key features of Aqua 5.5 VR & Aqua Craze II include Intex's in-house VAS named LFTY - Experience the New Left and MATRABHASHA. It will be available in Blue and Champagne for Rs.

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HP to cut up to 4000 jobs over the next three years

Although its core markets are challenged and the macroeconomic conditions are in flux, the company continues to "see long-term growth opportunities in commercial mobility and services, the disruption of the A3 copier market, and the digitization of graphics and manufacturing through our leading 3D printing solutions", company President and CEO, Dion Weisler said.

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China launches its longest manned space mission

The astronauts are expected to stay in the Tiangong-2 lab for 30 days before returning to Earth, the deputy director of China's Manned Space Agency, said before the launch. Current U.S. law bans NASA from cooperating with China due to security concerns, but Beijing's continued progress in space exploration points either to increased cooperation or heightened competition in the decades ahead.

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'Single Most Important Step' to Fight Climate Change Taken in Historic Agreement

DELIVERING THE second major worldwide agreement in less than a year to fight climate change, over 190 countries adopted an amendment to the 1989 Montreal Protocol in Kigali on Saturday morning to eliminate planet-warming HFC (hydrofluorocarbon) gases.

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Off ceremony held for Shenzhou-11 mission astronauts

The astronauts are well. General Zhang Youxia declared the launch "a complete success" at a press conference. Tiangong-2 is China's second step towards an independent space station and is capable of receiving both manned and unmanned spacecraft, but the main goal of the space lab is to test its systems and processes for mid-term space stays and refueling.

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Expansion decision day? Big 12 leaders meeting in Dallas

Not necessarily decided, but definitely addressed. Schools hoping to get into the Big 12 will need eight votes from the Board of Directors in order to gain membership to the conference. But with only 10 teams, a title game is not a natural fit. But the Big 12 has taken fans, school officials and the media on a wild and unpredictable rollercoaster ride for more than a year, so it's hard to predict what might happen after the presidents meet for the first time since early June.

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BRICS nations condemn terror attacks on India

In his concluding remarks at the BRICS summit, Modi said it was agreed at the summit that those who nurture, shelter, support and sponsor forces of violence and terror are as much a "threat to us" as terrorists themselves and efforts must be speeded up to deal with the menace.

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Samsung: Note 7 Recall to Cost Another

The Galaxy Note 7 is officially defunct and Samsung is busy cleaning up the remnants from the market while offering incentives to customers who decide to stick with the brand. Moving forward, Samsung Electronics plans to normalize its mobile business by expanding sales of flagship models such as the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge.

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Global deal reaches to limit powerful greenhouse gases

Experts say the agreement will reduce the use of HFCs equivalent to stopping Carbon dioxide emissions for two years. The Montreal Protocol amendment is legally binding, unlike the Paris Agreement signed previous year but set to enter into force next month.

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China's manned spacecraft Shenzhou 11 blasts off

The Shenzhou-11 spacecraft blasted toward orbit Sunday night and is expected to dock with the Tiangong-2 space station in two days to start a 30-day mission conducting experiments and testing the station's systems. If all goes well, China will launch the unpiloted Tianzhou-1 cargo ship next spring to autonomously dock with Tiangong-2. China made a three-step strategy in 1992 for its manned space programme, the large-scale manned space station being the last step.

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Trump says Clinton might have been on drugs during last debate

The survey of 1,000 registered voters was conducted after the second presidential debate on October 9 last Sunday. He also suggested the presidential race was looking like a " rigged election ". Nothing about Clinton's demeanor in the debate suggested she was anything but clean and sober. "At the beginning of her last debate she was all pumped up at the beginning and at the end if was, 'Huh, take me down.' She could barely reach her auto".

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Global deal reached to limit greenhouse gases

The deal to reduce the production and use of hydrofluorocarbons or HFCs was struck in Rwanda after an amendment was made to the Montreal Protocol , an worldwide treaty aimed at protecting the environment against the impact of harmful gasses.

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Jio asks rivals to release interconnection ports

Jio claimed in a letter that the call failure rate is high due to the insufficient PoI's for Reliance Jio. The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has given a deadline of October 17, 2016 to mobile operators to resolve the matter so that customers do not experience poor quality of service.

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China launches longest manned space mission Shenzhou 11

The Long March-2F rocket carrying China's manned Shenzhou-10 spacecraft blasts off from launch pad at Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center on June 11, 2013 in Jiuquan, Gansu Province of China. The spacecraft was launched at the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China's Gobi desert at 7:30 a.m., Beijing time, Monday with a Long March-2F Y11 carrier rocket.

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Trump's campaign has been hit by fresh sexual misconduct claims

Trump called his accusers liars and "sick" women seeking fame or money. "The only thing I can say is hopefully, hopefully, our patriotic movement will overcome this bad deception", he declared. Louis took place a few days after the "Access Hollywood" 2005 tape surfaced with Trump bragging about how he was able to get away with grabbing women and kissing them at will because he was famous.

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Rocket Launch Postponed Until Monday Night

The rocket is now slated to blast off no earlier than 7:40 p.m. on Monday night. NASA said in a statement that the 24-hour delay is a result of an equipment issue during a pre-launch check . You can watch the launch live on NASA TV as well as the agency's website beginning at 6:30 p.m. EDT Oct 17. The Monday launch comes two years after the failed launch of another Orbital ATK Antares.


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