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'Supermoon' to shine brightest in mid-November

When this Earth-Moon-Sun system occurs with the perigee side of the Moon facing us, and the Moon happens to be on the opposite side of Earth from the Sun, we get what's called a perigee-syzygy. Americans and Europeans can get their best views either Sunday Nov. 13 or the following night. While the moon will likely be visible throughout the day (depending on cloud coverage), supermoons are best viewed at night, away from sources of light pollution.

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Indian TV channel to be penalized for coverage

A leading Hindi news channel, NDTV India, could go off air for a day for its coverage of the Pathankot terror attack that occurred in January this year. The committee has also mentioned that the channel appeared to give out the exact locations of terrorists on air, thus compromising counter offensives by India.

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NATO Buildup On Russian Border Largest Since Cold War

The battle groups will be backed by Nato's 40,000-strong rapid-reaction force, and if need be, further follow-on forces, for any potential conflict, which could move into Baltic states and Poland on rotation. Six of them have also pledged troops to a similar force in Romania . Their main forum for airing disagreements _ the NATO-Russia Council _ has only met twice this year.

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Arctic sea ice retreat pinned to individuals' emissions

Arctic sea ice extends in winter and shrinks in summer , but the area it covers has been contracting. Sea ice does build back up over the winter even with man-made warming, although this year Arctic sea ice level set a record low for October.

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Samsung recalls Galaxy Note 7 from Nigeria

When the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 was discontinued and the production stopped, most of these materials could've been used for the production of other smartphones. Additional reports by CNET relayed that Samsung Galaxy Note 8 would be dominated entirely by screens. The more interesting revelation is the 5.5-inch phablet which is reportedly going to have a 4K Super AMOLED display .

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Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, (NYSE:FCAU), FireEye, (NASDAQ:FEYE)

Vetr now has $6.75 target price on the stock. The largest United States automakers will report their sales numbers for October throughout Tuesday. They set an "outperform" rating for the company. The stock presently has an average rating of "Hold" and a consensus target price of $7.56. Fiat Chrysler Automobiles N.V. (NYSE: FCAU ) diminished -1.09%, closing at $7.24 after floating between $7.13 and $7.46.

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Grandpa Finally Opens Beer He Saved 32 Years for Cubs Win

Kenn "Gio" Fraraccio predicted a Game 7 in the 2016 World Series between the Chicago Cubs and Cleveland Indians two years ago. President Barack Obama, a lifetime Chicago baseball fan (although he roots for the Chicago White Sox) already has invited the Cubs to visit the White House.

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Weiner checks into sex-addiction clinic

The center where Weiner is being treated does not allow electronic devices and includes programs to help people addicted to cyber sex, pornography, and anonymous sex. A 28 October 2016 letter from FBI director James Comey to Congress notes that the Bureau has yet to assess to contents of the e-mails found and whether they are significant to the Clinton e-mail case, which has been closed.

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Steven Seagal made a Russian citizen, whether he wants to or not

Seagal first said that he was interested in Russian citizenship in September. The actor told Russian newspaper, Rossiskaya Gazeta, that western policy on Crimea was "idiotic" and said Putin was acting to "protect the Russian-speaking people of Crimea, his assets, and the Russian Black Sea military base in Sevastopol", USA Today noted.

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Gina Miller subjected to online abuse after High Court Brexit victory

Brexit Secretary David Davis said Britain's June 23 vote to leave the European Union "must be respected". Brexit minister David Davis said the government would fight the ruling, insisting that result of the referendum must be respected.

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Mallya has no intention to return to India, says Delhi court

Mallya, who is now in London, made the submission through his counsel on September 9, saying he wanted to come back to India but was "incapacitated" to travel despite "best intentions" as his passport had been revoked. The court, on August 6, had also issued an NBW against Mallya saying that coercive steps were required to ensure his appearance. Mallya drew flak from the Supreme Court on October 25 for not making the complete disclosure of his overseas properties.

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Pakistan claims 8 India Embassy staff involved in espionage

He further said the staffers were also involved in activities in Azad Jammu Kashmir, detrimental to the Kashmir cause and were misleading worldwide community about indigenous movement for self-determination in Indian Occupied Kashmir. He said the allegations against the Indian officials represent an "after-thought" and a "crude attempt" to target them after a Pakistan High Commission staff was caught red handed last week, indulging in anti-India activities.

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Clinton pushes through final days of 2016 presidential election

She also waded into a local sheriff's race getting national attention, backing Democrat Paul Penzone in the race for Maricopa County sheriff, a post held by immigration hardliner Joe Arpaio. "What she's saying and what she's doing is actually, it's unbelievable". "We don't want to blow this", he told rowdy supporters in Miami . All it does is magnify who you are.

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Trump, Clinton blast each other on character; Clinton rises in poll

In turn, Trump needs to maximize his expected wins in the rural counties and in the second-largest county, Washoe, which is home to the city of Reno and nearly 18 percent of the state's voters. It's made North Carolina's 15 electoral votes Democrats' best chances of winning a state Mitt Romney carried - albeit by just 2 percentage points - in 2012.

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Zendesk Inc. (ZEN) Director Caryn Marooney Sells 1693 Shares of Stock

Return on Equity (ROE) stands at -33.1% and Return on Investment (ROI) displays a value of -28.4%. The business's revenue was up 44.9% compared to the same quarter past year. Hunt Lane Capital LP boosted its position in shares of Zendesk by 1,046.8% in the first quarter. ProShare Advisors LLC purchased a new position in Zendesk during the second quarter worth $262,000.

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Samsung Electronics vows mobile rebound after third-quarter Note 7 shock

The Galaxy Note 7, initially launched as Samsung's weapon to kill the iPhone, was scrapped in less than two months. The Note 7 recall will continue dampening profits well into next year, when a new Galaxy S model is expected, Lee Do-hoon of CIMB Securities told Bloomberg.

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Xiaomi Redmi 4 to launch today; here's everything we know so far

Gadgets 360 revealed that initial details about the Xiaomi Redmi 4 showed that the device will feature a 5-inch LCD screen with 1080 x 1920 pixels. Having said that, everything that gets posted on the internet can not be taken as genuine, so to provide better perspective, we leafed through some reliable reports and have come up with a price and release details of the device and also a list of key specifications, which are more likely to feature in the Redmi 4 series.

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Growth fears see Facebook shares fall most in nine months

Facebook's ad load, or the limit to the number of ads Facebook can fit into its users' Facebook feeds without annoying them, will likely fall next year, he said . Ad revenue rose to $6.8 billion from $4.3 billion previous year. Facebook's stock fell more than 5% in after hours trading as investors digested the comments.

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World Series win was highest-rated Chicago baseball game ever

Long-time Cubs fan Bob Newhart, who grew up in the Chicago area, tweeted "The billy goat is dead!" "My dad and grandfather owned it, and I was born here", she said. The Cubs were just too damn good to let that happen, and all the calamities that surely would have undone a lesser team-Chapman's meltdown, Maddon's mistakes, Heyward's disappearance-were neutralized by a collection of extremely good baseball players.

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Huge emissions cuts needed to meet Paris climate goals

To have any chance of staving off the worst effects of climate change, the world must "urgently and dramatically increase its ambition" to cut emissions, the U.N. Postponing decision-making and further ambitious targets beyond 2020 is only going to set us on the backfoot moving forward. Unfortunately, Australia is yet to ratify the agreement in parliament-which means it isn't legally obligated to meet the emissions targets agreed at last year's conference.

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S. Korea PM Says Park Can Be Investigated

But even within Park's own party, the ruling Saenuri Party, many are calling for the leader to be questioned regarding close friend Choi Soon-sil. The National Assembly has 20 days to confirm the prime ministerial nomination which may prove hard as the opposition parties, which have a combined majority in the assembly, have announced a boycott, Efe news reported.

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Ebola virus mutated to become more infectious, scientists say

Over the course of 28,000 infections, it seemed likely that the virus would pick up a mutation that helped it infect people, which is how it reproduces, and that natural selection would help that mutation spread. It's not immediately clear if the mutated form of the virus still exists. "Because the virus transmits better from person to person doesn't necessarily mean it's more deadly".

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Cubs fans keep the faith, banish curse

So while the Cubs had to regain their lead in Game 7, they had to tie the entire series up at 3-3 just for last night's events to even have been possible! Knowing demand would be high, it then printed an extra 400,000 copies. Now it's possible no one is enjoying the Cubs' World Series win more. They shook off back-to-back shutout losses and a 2-1 deficit against the Los Angeles Dodgers in the NLCS to capture their first pennant in 71 years.

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Rakell Returns To Lead Anaheim Ducks To 4-0 Rout Of Kings

With two injured goaltenders and fellow defenseman Brayden McNabb on injured reserve, though, the Pacific Division club - who have been shut out in their last three consecutive games - can't afford to continue losing players, whether for injury or suspension.

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Schiaparelli Might Have 'Exploded on Impact,' Says ESA

The NASA Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has discovered the landing site of the ESA ExoMars mission's Schiaparelli lander, which lost contact with ground control personnel moments before it was scheduled to touchdown on the surface of the Red Planet late Wednesday morning.

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Judge to GOP: Tell of poll-watch deals

A federal judge is ordering the Republican National Committee to detail any agreements it has with Donald Trump's campaign to engage in " ballot security " efforts in connection with next week's election-something the national GOP has been banned for doing for decades without court approval.

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Chicago Cubs' World Series win draws 40 million viewers, topping the Oscars

For one night, baseball was bigger than the Oscars. The Cubs were last champions when Joe Tinker, Johnny Evers and Frank Chance won consecutive titles in 1907-08, until now the only ones in team history. The celebration of the Cubs' first title in 108 years will kick off when team buses leave Wrigley Field at 10 a.m. for an official launch of the parade at 11 a.m.

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Facebook reports better-than-expected rise in revenue

David Wehner , the Chief Financial Officer, said that there must be a limit on how many ads can be shown on the timeline of people. Analysts on average had expected total ad revenue of $6.71 billion, according to research firm FactSet StreetAccount.

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Federal Bureau of Investigation agents sought Clinton Foundation probe

A veritable avalanche of information has come thundering out over the past 24 hours, and given the intricacy of the narratives and the immediacy with which they become political hot potatoes, it's hard to know what to believe. The New York Times , the Washington Post , and Fox News made deals with Schweizer for early access to some of his Clinton opposition research.

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Chicago to honor champion Cubs with Friday parade, rally

The Cubs World Series victory parade celebration should be one for the ages. In overall viewership, it saw a more modest 7 percent decline. The Cubs struck quickly with a solo home run to center field by lead-off hitter Dexter Fowler, off Indians starter Corey Kluber in the first inning.

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Neiman Marcus selling collard greens online for $81

What seems crazier than ordering frozen collard greens for $81.50? An order includes four 12-ounce trays meant to serve eight to 10 people, working out to $1.69 per ounce, which is. That's a much better deal. As of Thursday afternoon, the Neiman Marcus website shows its greens are sold out . This year, the $92 tamales are back (and still available for purchase) along with $65 broccoli cheese cassserole and $80 baked bean medley that is guaranteed to make your farts smell like a ...

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Buyers and Sellers Alert - Nokia Corporation (NYSE:NOK)

Analysts had estimated an EPS of $0.05. Nokia Corporation (ADR) was Downgraded by Exane BNP Paribas to " Neutral" on Oct 28, 2016. Tracking the stock price relative to moving averages and highs and lows for the year may help evaluate the future value of the stock.

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Huge announcement coming on Xbox Backwards Compatibility anniversary

Bastion really stood out from the herd thanks to the awesome narration from Logan Cunningham, and Darren Korb's equally mesmerizing soundtrack, which is still just a standout masterpiece even to this day. Supergiant Games' classic 2011 adventure Bastion will be coming to Xbox One, having sold close to 4 million copies to date. The is designed by artist Nina Matsumoto, and can be pre-ordered right here for $19.99.

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Pokemon GO's Upcoming Update Adds Daily Bonuses

Niantic has recently introduced a slew of new features in an effort to lure new trainers and keep its most loyal players entertained. We have some fantastic news for Pokemon Go players now and probably the news that many of you have been waiting to see since day one when you first installed the game.

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Motorola partners with Indiegogo to help developers release new Moto Mods

With the new Moto Mods Development Kit (MDK for short), Moto says they'll be "allowing people everywhere to contribute to the ecosystem by bringing their own Moto Mods to life". Those who are interested can share their ideas for a chance to win a Moto Mods Development Kit and a free Moto Z handset. Motorola will also be hosting hackathons in NY and San Francisco in December and January respectively.


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