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SpaceX narrows explosion investigation but still hasn't found root cause

The theory on strut failure have already been dismissed, since the problem was on the fueling process, instead of machine malfunction or an engineering flaw. Founder Elon Musk called the incident an "anomaly". More tests will be conducting more tests in the company's Texas facilities to pinpoint the root cause.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Seemingly Confirmed By Company's Note 7 Upgrade Program

Samsung suffered a serious setback after numerous cases of the Galaxy Note 7 exploding were reported due to faulty battery issues. More of the report as you read on. Right now, the promo is still available within South Korea, with no indications to whether it will come to the USA or other countries affected by the Note 7 issue.

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Putin gives Russian citizenship to action film actor Seagal

The 64-year-old Hollywood star has been a regular visitor to Russian Federation in recent years and has accompanied Putin to several martial arts events. -Russia relations went south. Veteran French actor Gerard Depardieu was given a Russian passport in 2013 after the star became a tax exile in ire over rate hikes in his native country.

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European scientists puzzle over Mars lander's radio silence

The European Space Agency ( ESA ) has lost contact with the Schiaparelli lander it sent to Mars, the organization announced in a press conference Thursday. That means the planned "soft landing" of the Schiaparelli probe Wednesday likely failed, though there's no confirmation of that yet. Scientists will analyse all the data received so far, and also still hope to re-establish contact with the lander before its batteries run out in a few days.

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Galaxy upgrade program confirmed for Note 7 owners

This has not only hit Samsung's wallet but it has also done quite a bit of damage to the company's public reputation and the Galaxy Note brand. The previous set of measures remain in place. Samsung might have disappointed many with its ill-fated Galaxy Note 7, but fans of the Note series will be happy that Galaxy Note 8 is in the offing.

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US stopped Philippine rifle sale that senator opposed

Phelim Kine, deputy director of Human Rights Watch's Asia division, called it "the first real US move to put teeth in its criticism of the spiralling death toll Duterte's 'drug war'". In its editorial on Nov 02, the paper says President Rodrigo Duterte's actions totally disappointed the nation's former President who initially backed him.

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Reflections on El Dia de Los Muertos

It is a day when loved ones celebrate the memory of deceased family members. The 2,500-year-old tradition, rooted in Mexican culture but celebrated in other Latin American countries, continues to grow every year in Southern California . Paper skulls, flowers, and even personal messages are adhered to the altars and attempt to invite the dead back to their life for the holiday celebration.

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Beagle's late goal lifts Capitals to 3-2 win over Jets

In 77 games with the Jets last season Copp scored seven goals and six assists. The goal was representative of the scorer, for Beagle, one of the most beloved members of Washington's locker room because of his tireless work ethic. Defensively, the Washington Capitals are allowing two goals per game and are killing 81.5 percent of their opponents power plays. Jets rookie F Patrik Laine , who is tied for the National Hockey League lead in goals (six), is pointless in his past two games after ...

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Obama to black voters: Trump would undo my legacy

And she values hard work, and she respects working Americans. "We have to ask ourselves, as men - because I hope my daughters are going to be able to achieve anything they want to achieve, and I know that my wife is not just my equal but my superior".

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The Jacuzzi of Despair: a lake that ills nearly anything inside

Five times saltier than the surrounding water, the 100ft pool lurks 3,300ft below sea level. They hope to return to the pool to create 3D maps after first discovering the deathtrap using a remotely-operated underwater robot called Hercules.

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Suu Kyi in Japan as Myanmar faces pressure on Rohingya

She has also not directly commented on calls from human rights experts urging the government to investigate the allegations of abuse, or on statements from human rights monitors, although she has urged the military to act with restraint. Myanmar government officials deny the reports of attacks, and presidential spokesman Zaw Htay said Monday that United Nations representatives should visit "and see the actual situation in that region".

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Experts concerned by SpaceX plan to fuel rockets with people aboard

Causes of that explosion remain under investigation . A group experts of space industry said that NASA had asked the USA space agency - SpaceX about the safety risks of the human associated with the project made by Elon Musk's SpaceX to fuel its rockets while astronauts are on the ship.

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Wileyfox Swift 2 and Swift 2 Plus are sub-£200 new entrants

There's the mid-range Snapdragon 430 processor (octacore A53), rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, 5-inch 720p display, 2700mAh battery with fast charging, 8MP selfie camera, hybrid dual-SIM support and Cyanogen OS (based on Android 6.0). The handset is powered by an octa core Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor and it comes with 4GB of RAM, the device also has 16GB of built in storage and a microSD card slot for expansion.

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Man who needed the toilet discovers hugely important Australian historical site

However, till now, their planning for the settlement in parched inside, utilisation of devices and their connection with ancient creatures has been subjective to further research and discussion. The tools have been dated based on a couple of estimates - quartz grains from the site have been dated to 44,000 years ago, but radiocarbon dating of the burnt eggshells, which are thought to be evidence of human cooking, revealed them to be between 45,000 and 49,000 years old .

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Clinton 'still frontrunner' despite Federal Bureau of Investigation emails letter

Trump's campaign on Tuesday said it would spend $25 million for TV ads in MI and a dozen other states, including several where Clinton has held consistent leads, including Colorado, New Mexico, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. "If you accept the support of Klan sympathizers", Obama said, "then you'll tolerate that support when you're in office". In a similar survey last week, Clinton was leading Trump by 46 per cent to 45 per cent, and a little more than a week ago, the former first lady was ...

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'Arrow' Recap: 'Human Target,' Season 5 Episode 5

About Arrow: After a violent shipwreck, billionaire playboy Oliver Queen ( Stephen Amell ) was missing and presumed dead for five years before being discovered alive on a remote island in the Pacific. Though Oliver officially becomes Bratva, there are those who don't consider him trustworthy. What did you think of "Human Target"? Human Target is an interesting character.

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Wait goes on for Europe's Schiaparelli Mars lander

The mission is a critical moment for the ESA, which is now seeking €200 million (~$220 million) from the 22 member states to fund the mission in 2020 . Two active NASA rovers continue to operate on the Martian surface - Curiosity, which arrived in 2012, and Opportunity, which has been returning images for more than 12 years.

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Dell Teases Their Own 'Surface Studio'-Like AIO Desktop Computer

However, at the Adobe's Max conference held in San Diego today, Dell gave us a glimpse to its upcoming all in one PC. MAX is Adobe's main event meant to showcase the company's Creative Cloud solutions and highlight how it is impacting the future of creativity and design in computing technology.

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Tesla confirms heavily upgraded Autopilot for all new cars

The company claims that autonomous capability will make Teslas safer than human-driven cars, will reduce the cost of transportation and will "provide low-priced on-demand mobility" for those who do not own vehicles themselves. Musk's response to that was to cite the huge amount of crashes that happen around the world in manual mode and point out that self-driving cars are inherently safer.

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Almandin wins 2016 Melbourne Cup

Kerrin McEvoy riding Almandin gets a pat on the back from Joao Moreira riding Heartbreak City after winning the Melbourne Cup at Flemington. It is the second year running that the family have has reason to celebrate on the biggest day on the Australian racing calender, given Cathy is the sister of 2015 Melbourne Cup winning jockey Michelle Payne.

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Apple Discontinues 11-inch MacBook Air, MagSafe Now on Death Row

But not all MacBook Pros are created equal , and there is one model that at the expense of a less expensive price tag, eschews the Touch Bar. Both the 13- and 15-inch models have four Thunderbolt 3 ports . As for the iPad Air 3, reports claim that it will arrive next year alongside the new iPad Pro 2 lineup, but rumors suggest that this will be the last in the Air lineup, because Apple will focus only on iPad Pro variants.

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MH370 plunged rapidly, wing flap not out for landing: new report

The Boeing 777 disappeared with 239 passengers and crew after leaving Kuala Lumpur en route to Beijing in March, 2014. It also analysed the wing flap debris that was found on Pemba Island, off the coast of Tanzania, in June 2016, which was likely in the "retracted position", meaning it was not configured for landing.

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Microsoft Touts Surface Book i7 as Ultimate Laptop -- with Ultimate Price Tag

A powerful GPU in the base of a potential Surface Studio monitor would transform a Surface Pro 4 or Surface Book into a gaming machine by just attaching the single dock cable, and Microsoft could provide regular connectors for other laptops.

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102-year-old Arizona woman casts early vote for Clinton

She also said: "I have lived for this day, to vote for her and to live to see her, the next president of the United States of America". She can still recall seeing her mother cast her first vote following the passage of the 19th Amendment in 1920.

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Another Major Insurance Company Threatens to Leave Obamacare

Anthem's IN plans will have an average monthly premium of $562.60 IN 2017, the highest IN the state and an increase of 29 percent. Swedish said that the USA needed to help insurers get better prices under the law, as well as improve the regulations that govern the sale and administration of plans.

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Europe's Mars lander is lost on the red planet

In all likelihood this led to the lander crashing into the planet's surface. But something appears to have gone wrong while it did so - and mission controllers are now unable to speak with it. Schiaparelli is just one part of the much larger ExoMars project, which has been created to test technology for future robotic missions to Mars.

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South Africa's Zuma drops bid to block graft report

The Nelson Mandela Foundation, a charity founded by South Africa's first black president, blamed Zuma on Tuesday for the " wheels coming off " South Africa. It was due to be released on October 14 - until Zuma moved to block it. "There is little doubt whatsoever that it further weakens President Zuma's position".

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Fed Leaves US Rates Unchanged, Hints At December Rate Hike

Also, "they don't want to be on page A-1 of the newspaper six days in advance of the election". "Absent substantial shocks, they're set on December", said UBS economist Drew Matus. The market reaction was muted with little move in currencies and a slight gain in rates. The last gasp for monetary doves may come from a very predictable source-a presidential election with less than desirable candidates...

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Is Beyoncé Performing at the CMA Awards?

Misunderstood. Little Big Town won the Vocal Group of the Year , and the Brothers Osborne took home the Vocal Duo of the Year . "I never thought as a songwriter I'd be standing here today", she said. Church's nominations include album, male vocalist, music video, single and song of the year . It's billed as country music's biggest night, but it was pop-R&B queen Beyonce who commanded the spotlight at the 50th annual Country Music Awards with a thumping performance of Daddy Lessons .

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Tesla defends plan to acquire SolarCity

But the companies provided nearly no details about how and when they plan to make them and how much they'll cost. Tesla Motors Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) stock has been losing ground gradually, and is now below $200.00 levels. Tesla cars first went on sale in the U.S. in 2012, but they have not been officially available in Ireland until now. It wants to help control climate change through more than automobiles.

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First Clip Arrives From Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them

Rowling's wizarding world of magic in the "Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them" sequel, film trade publications said Tuesday. No idea, but we can speculate. Whether any sort of romantic attachment between Dumbledore and Grindelwald will be shown isn't known, as in the Harry Potter books Albus doesn't confirm they were anything more than friends, and says that as an adult he avoided Gellert until their final confrontation.

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Multinational crew leave space station and head back to Earth

Kate Rubins of NASA , Japan's Takuya Onisihi and Anatoly Ivanishin of Russian Federation landed near Dzhezkazgan on the treeless Central Asian steppes about three hours after undocking. Another crew of worldwide space-flyers is set to launch on November 17, they include NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson , European Space Agency (ESA) Thomas Pesquet and Russian cosmonaut Oleg Novitskiy.

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Lumber Liquidators Holdings Inc (NYSE:LL) Stumbles After Earnings Report

The Company opened one new store during the third quarter of 2016. According to the Analysts, the Low Earnings estimate for the current quarter is $-0.24, while the High earnings estimate is $-0.03.Comparatively, EPS for the same quarter previous year was $0.14.

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This Is The Least Surprising Anthony Weiner Development Yet

But the feds took notice when Weiner allegedly sexted a 15-year-old girl. The Daily Mail further reported that the rehab program includes treatment for addiction to cybersex, porn, anonymous sex, and exhibitionism. Once a popular congressman, Weiner resigned in 2011 after saying he had accidentally sent a lewd picture over Twitter. On September 21, Weiner was exposed for reportedly telling a 15-year old that he was "hard" and that he "would bust that tight pussy".

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Clinton's campaign asks Federal Bureau of Investigation to reveal Trump's Russian ties

Manafort, who has denied any investigation exists, resigned in August after documents emerged appearing to show he received cash payments from Viktor Yanukovych's pro-Russia party in Ukraine, for whom Manafort once worked. And it comes a day after Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid criticized Comey's revelation and asserted that Comey possesses "explosive information about close ties and coordination between Donald Trump, his top advisors, and the Russian government".


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