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Russian Federation wants Fox News apology for calling Putin "a killer"

Trump didn't answer directly, but asserted that immigrants in the USA illegally and dead people are on the voter rolls. There is no evidence of widespread voter fraud in the November 8 election. The US president's remarks sparked anger among many figures in the American establishment, who have criticized him for seemingly putting the US on the same moral ground as Russian Federation.

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Airbnb follows Super Bowl ad with call to house 100K in need

The 30-second commercial features this passage, strung out over the course of the spot: "We believe no matter who you are, where you're from, who you love, or who you worship, we all belong". Airbnb's Super Bowl spot showed faces of people of different races and included the line, "the world is more attractive the more you accept". Former Attorney General Eric Holder and former Secretary of State John Kerry both tweeted their support of the #WeAccept campaign.

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Toyota, Suzuki to form tie-up in technology development

Like other Japanese carmakers, Toyota is watching closely for any trade tariffs introduced by the new USA administration. Since then, the companies, have shared with each other their challenges and have been discussing areas of collaboration in a manner that ensures fair and free competition.

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LG Watch Style and Sport release date brought forward?

While the annual conference will start from February 27 through March 2, we will find the set smartwatch running the newest Android Wear 2 .0 by LG. information received from rumors that the LG smartwatches will be unveiled on Feb 8 a day before conference.

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Find your favorite Super Bowl commercial

We all have friends who look forward to the super bowl commercials all year long like it's a holiday-but following recent events, is there a way to predict what types of commercials will be out this year? It shows baby lookalikes for Mike Ditka - in a sweater vest, and Michael Irvin with diamond stud earrings.

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Lady Gaga lights up Super Bowl with inclusion message

In the days leading up to the game the singer tempered expectations, insisting her Super Bowl halftime show would celebrate "inclusion" and the "spirit of equality" during a time of national division. Her dancers took style cues from the singer, with some wearing shoulder pads and helmets. As rumored, the star took advantage of her high perch by taking a big, insane leap off the edge of the roof to dive down onto the stage suspended by cables.

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Audi Super Bowl Ad Makes Pitch for Gender Equality

On Twitter , the company posted the ad and noted, "At Audi, we are committed to equal pay for equal work". After facing criticism on social media when it pre-released its Super Bowl ad last week, automotive brand Audi is being praised for the gender pay equality-themed TV spot it aired during the game.

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After Cliff Collapse, Hawaiian Lava 'Firehose' Returns

The lava has been pouring into the ocean inside Hawaii Volcanoes National Park , part of the 61g flow erupting from a vent near Puʻu ʻŌʻō miles away. According to the USGS, the collapse caused "solid and molten fragments of lava and superheated steam exploded skyward, creating tremendous hazard for anyone" who had ignored warning signs.

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Google must turn over emails from customers outside America, orders U.S. judge

The order came from Philadelphia's US Magistrate Judge Thomas Rueter, who ruled that transferring the emails to the US for Federal Bureau of Investigation review did not technically count as seizure of foreign information. It seems Microsoft has been somewhat more successful than Google in protecting the privacy of their overseas users. Subsequently, dissenting judges called on the US Supreme Court and Congress to review the case.

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TCU's Tomlinson Elected to Pro Football Hall of Fame

Of the 15, seven were first-time finalists, including three first-year-eligible nominees: Brian Dawkins , Taylor and Tomlinson. In 2015, it was Jerome Bettis, a running back who averaged 3.9 yards per carry over his career. Louis Rams. He wound up winning the MVP and Super Bowl that season, the last player to pull off that double. Warner was one of the greatest rags-to-riches stories in pro sports, making it to the NFL after a stint in the Arena Football League and winning a Super Bowl ...

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Federal Agencies Push Back Against Trump Immigration Order

We further request the U.S. Congress and Senate to take immediate action to freeze the multiplier effect caused by the hasty implementation of this executive order. Mr. Obama sent a similar message, even refusing to use the term "radical Islam". On Wednesday, the Reuters news agency reported that the new government intends to revamp a usa government program that is now directed at countering all violent ideologies.

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Ceres Ice Volcano Discovered

The puzzle of Ahuna Mons is one that scientists have wondered over since it was first spotted. It's worth noting viscous relaxation probably impacts other parts of Ceres' topography, including erasing the dwarf planet's craters. According to the data, the cryovolcano would need to be at least 40 percent water to be affected by viscous relaxation. Today, there is only one cryovolcano - a mountain of icy rock - on Ceres .

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NFL Commissioner Gifts Fan Tickets to the Super Bowl

Dozens of Patriots fans from western MA are now here in Houston , Texas for the big game. The petition claims 16 million people call in sick or just don't show up to work the next day, resulting in a $1 billion loss in productivity nationwide.

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Romania's government to withdraw corruption decree

Mr Grindeanu, however, said the proposal would be sent to parliament for debate, a move that is not likely to appease protesters who want it to be cancelled. The government wants to pardon prisoners serving sentences shorter than five years, excluding rapists and repeat offenders, and decriminalize abuse-of-office offenses for sums of less than 200,000 lei ($48,000).

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ATM attack case: Attacker held By Police In Andhra Pradesh's Madanapalle

The Madanapalle police arrested Madhukar Reddy from Chittoor district on Saturday. "Reddy also confessed to breaking into a house in Chandrababu Nagar in Dharmavaram and attacking Pramilamma K after snatching two ATM cards from her". No security guard was present at the kiosk when the horrifying incident took place, which sent shock waves across the city after the police released the CCTV footage.

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NJ lawmakers will meet with Muslim leaders over Trump travel ban

Trump's executive order a week ago put a 120-day halt on the United States refugee program, barred Syrian refugees indefinitely and imposed a 90-day suspension on people from seven predominantly Muslim countries - Iran , Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen .

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Flashback: Sen. Baldwin Once Wanted to Fill the Supreme Court's Vacancy

Gorsuch, a 49-year-old federal appellate judge in Colorado, was nominated earlier in the week to fill the almost year-long vacancy on the Supreme Court in the wake of Scalia's passing. Supporters of Gorsuch cast the 49-year-old federal judge as an ardent defender of the conservative values championed by the late Republican icon. Gena Ozols, political director at NARAL Pro-Choice Colorado, said Gorsuch joined in the 10th Circuit's decision in the Hobby Lobby case, which eliminated a ...

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Every budget decision in the cause of reform: Arun Jaitley

Given these factors, expectations were riding high on the 2017-'18 Budget and ranged from the wild - abolition of income tax - to reasonable - ban of high-value cash transactions. Tax returns can now be revised within 12 months of the end of the fiscal year instead of 24 months in the current regime. On the revenue side, this growth is led equally by revenue receipts (sale of goods and services) and capital receipts (sale of assets).

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'Lost Continent' Found Hidden Under Mauritius In The Indian Ocean

As per the latest reports, the geologists have found some evidence which proves that there is another continent which is hiding down at the base of the Indian Ocean. Anyhow, they called for a broader study on the split of the supercontinent, Gondwana . The findings of the study has been published in the journal Nature Communications .

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Defense chief Mattis assures Japan of United States commitment

Mattis also confirmed the long-standing U.S. position on Japan's territorial dispute with China over the Senkaku Islands: to apply the U.S. -Japan security treaty to all areas under Japanese administration and to continue strong opposition to any unilateral coercive action that seeks to undermine Japan's administrative control of the islands, Ross said.

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Suspending rules, Senate committee pushes Pruitt nomination forward

The procedural rules of the Senate committee allow for a change to or suspension of those rules "by vote of a majority of committee members at a business meeting if a quorum is present". "It is simply about their disappointment with the results of the November election", Wicker said. For Pruitt, the rule of law's importance is more than academic or legal.

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United States watchdog agency to review implementation of Trump travel ban

Trump's executive order, issued last week, blocks Syrian refugees and individuals from Iran, Iraq, Somalia, Libya, Syria, Sudan and Yemen from entering the United States. Protesters rally against President Donald Trump's executive order on immigration and refugees in front of the Tom Bradley Terminal at Los Angeles International Airport in Los Angeles, Calif., on Sunday.

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Assembly polls: Voting begins in Punjab and Goa

While 84 Assembly seats are of general category, 34 are reserved. Winning Punjab is strategically important for both Congress and the Aam Aadmi Party to broaden and strengthen their base while the loss for BJP-SAD combine would affect image of the ruling BJP at the centre.

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Idris Elba gets adorable Valentine's Day dating advice from kids

In the video Elba chats with some witty and winsome British kids to find out how he should prepare for his charity candlelit date-night. He's also willing to take romantic advice from a pack of kids who think eating beans on a date is the worst thing you could possibly do.

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Pakistani boy reunited with mother at Attari-Wagah border

The child's mother, Roheena Kiyani, told the media that she was very thankful to the government of Pakistan and the Pak High Commission in India for helping her to get back her son after passage of nearly a year. However, the verdict on the case was given in May 2016 but it took nearly 8 months to unite the mother with her son due to the growing border tensions between the neighbouring countries.

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Job Growth Heats Up in January Employment Report

The report beat expectations on headline jobs growth, with 227,000 jobs added versus the Wall Street expectation of only 180,000. The unemployment rate is expected to be unchanged at 4.7 percent in January, near a nine-year low. U6 rose 0.2 points to 9.4 percent in January. And an index of manufacturing employment hit a almost two-year high in January. This is sensible. Employment data is revised frequently, and mainly survey-based.

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Judge Halts Trump Travel Ban: Banned Countries' Citizens Able to Board Flights

Robart considers the Attorney General's lawsuit challenging key provisions of the President's order as illegal and unconstitutional", the release stated on Friday. Friday's ruling was not the first to challenge the travel ban, but it was the most sweeping as it effectively vacated the main tenets of the order.

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Trending Stocks in Review: Sprint Corporation (NYSE:S), Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)

Sprint Corporation (NYSE:S)'s stock had its "sell" rating reissued by investment analysts at Moffett Nathanson in a report released on Wednesday. Many Analysts provided their foresight on Revenue Estimates of Sprint Corporation where they believe that the company has the potential to earn average revenue of $8.69 Billion for the current quarter.

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Donald Trump says judge's 'ridiculous' block on travel ban 'will be overturned'

Inslee argued that the order is essentially a disguised "Muslim ban". Trump's January 27 order caused chaos at airports across the United States as some citizens from Iran , Iraq , Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen were denied entry.

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Here is what it takes to confirm a supreme court nominee

Making the announcement last night, President Trump said he had nominated Judge Gorsuch because he had a " tremendous mind" and "an extraordinary resume - as good as it gets". As lifespans lengthen, so does the impact that any one judge can have on the United States, especially someone as young as Gorsuch. He has served on the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in Colorado since 2006, and is an adjunct law professor at the University of Colorado.

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Borderland research company studies Super Bowl commercials, brain activity

So who are the big ad players likely to be this year? "Plus, we don't normally do a lot of drink specials, so we've got some big ones for Sunday, and a lot of other fun and games". It's amusing and cute, and Cam Newton looks Hollywood-ready. "The hesitancy brands are demonstrating, whether brought on by President Trump, higher costs, or brand protection, has had little impact on projections of a healthy TV ad industry in 2017".

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Trump urges rule change to confirm Supreme Court pick

But with many Democrats still bitter over Republicans' refusal to hold a vote on former President Barack Obama's Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland, Trump's new pick is expected to trigger a contentious battle in the Senate. Trump's endorsement of a scenario known on Capitol Hill as the "nuclear option" came the morning after he announced Gorsuch's nomination. "You know why? Justices of the Supreme Court ".

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Elon Musk defends role on Trump's council

These questions increased once Trump banned immigrants from seven Muslim countries. In December, Musk was named to the forum , which Trump's transition team put together to serve an economic advisory role to the new president. In the letter Musk says that in the meeting "tomorrow" (the letter was published ten hours ago as of writing, presumably tomorrow means today) he and others will express their objections on the executive order on immigration and offer suggestions for changes on the ...

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These Are The Best Super Bowl Commercials Of 2017 (Yes, Already)

As Super Bowl LI approaches, and brands start to preview their upcoming ads on YouTube, it's becoming clearer and clearer that a long-developing trend has gone past the tipping point; the year's biggest market no longer airs commercials. Social media also gives consumers new ways to react to the advertisements. So how do CMOs keep getting away with throwing money down this football-shaped drain? "It's everything that you do around the game as well".

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In surprise move, Trump warns Israel against settlements

They are deeply rooted American interests that have shaped - and, it appears, will continue to shape - US policy. Hotovely's comments came shortly after Israel's ambassador to the United Nations Danny Danon also sought to downplay the rebuke, and denied any White House policy reversal.


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