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White House Aide Flynn Resigns Amid Questions About Talks With Russian Envoy

A US official confirmed a Washington Post report that Sally Yates , the then-acting USA attorney general, told the White House late last month that she believed Flynn had misled them about the nature of his communications with the Russian ambassador to the United States.

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HMD to bring Nokia 6 and three budget Android phones to Europe

The company is all but confirmed to launch a flurry of smartphones and Tablets that will see the resurgence of Nokia in an avatar which is smarter and more in-line with the current trends in technology. Smaller and more compact than its predecessor - the 3320 - the 3310 won over many in the early 2000s with its swappable panels, overall resiliency, fully internal antenna and affordability.

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NES Classic Mini production concerns continue after Norwegian retailer claims final shipment

There will supposedly be no further releases of the device when it comes to Nordic countries and it seems that Nordic Nintendo importer Bergsala AB has discontinued its license for distribution. The NES Classic has taken the hack challenge on the chin it even has some hidden code for tinkerers, and hackers have hacked the heck out of it. There are around two dozen NES Classic available online over at Amazon, with prices ranging from about $100 to $130 (plus shipping) as of Friday night.

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Border Agents Force NASA Scientist To Unlock Phone Before Entering US

A U.S. citizen, Sidd Bikkannavar, who has been working for Nasa's JPL (Jet Propulsion Lab) for 10 years, was reportedly detained by border agents upon arriving at the George Bush Intercontinental Airport in Houston, Texas, on 30 January and forced to unlock his phone.

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Man Poses for Facebook Photo With Protector of US Nuke Codes

Is it safe for Trump to hold security meetings in the open? President Trump has been trying to establish his exclusive club as a legitimate off-season alternative to the White House, which is problematic for several reasons - not least of all because of the conflicts of interest involved.

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Galaxy X1, X1 Plus to Appear at MWC 2017?

As Samsung is expected to announce two phones with curved screen next month, some can't help but suspect that the company is releasing the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy Note 8 at the same time. According to sources, Samsung will release its new Galaxy Note 8 this coming fall. The upcoming smartphone's single-SIM variant is believed to carry model number SM-G955.

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Tough-talking Trump may defer to China for help on North Korea

He has also falsely stated that South Korea doesn't pay anything for the military bases that the USA operates in the country. A USA official said the missile tested traveled 500 kilometers (310 miles) before landing in the Sea of Japan and that it was launched from North Pyongan province.

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Elon Musk launches Tesla in the UAE

The store will provide an opportunity for customers to experience Tesla and learn about the benefits of Tesla ownership. The company is expected to open a retail store and service center in Abu Dhabi by 2018 next year. Model S delivers unparalleled performance through Tesla's unique, all-electric powertrain and accelerates from 0 to 100 kph in just 2.7 seconds. With standard all-wheel drive and up to 565 km of range (NEDC) on a single charge, Model X fits an active lifestyle and includes ample ...

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China steps up efforts to prevent bird flu outbreaks

The China Centre for Disease Control and Prevention warned last month that the peak season for bird flu would occur one month earlier this year, and it expected to see a larger number of cases and a wider region of infection than in previous years.

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Three potential landing sites shortlisted for NASA's Mars 2020 mission!

NE Syrtis is a very ancient portion on the Red Planet. The mission is set up to find probable solutions to frequently asked questions about the existence of life forms on the planet. Last month, NASA listed 54 landing sites. At some point in the past, the crater is believed to have been filled with water, then drained, then filled again, giving life ample time to have moved in.

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Little Big Town Cover Katy Perry's 'Teenage Dream' at 2017 Grammy Awards

Last night Katy Perry trashed Britney Spears without thinking first. Perry's set consisted of a house safely enclosed by a white picket fence with images of clouds projected onto the moving white props. Later her father had the troubled performer institutionalized and was given guardianship over her. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said Warren was impugning Sessions' character by her reading of the letter.

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'Nevertheless, She Persisted': Elizabeth Warren, And A Galvanizing Moment For American Women

After McConnell forced her to stop speaking, Warren replied, from the floor, "I am surprised that the words of Coretta Scott King are not suitable for debate in the United States Senate". Bernie Sanders (I-VT) reads Coretta Scott King's letter protesting Jeff Sessions (R-AL) from the Senate floor. "Sessions has used the awesome power of his office to chill the free exercise of the vote by black citizens.' I call the Senate to order under provisions of Rule XIX".

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NASA receives science report on Europa lander concept

The statement reads: "The Europa Lander Science Definition Team Report presents the integrated results of an intensive science and engineering team effort to develop and optimize a mission concept that would follow the Europa Multiple Flyby Mission and conduct the first in situ search for evidence of life on another world since the Viking spacecraft on Mars in the 1970s".

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DuPont, Chemours settles C-8 lawsuits

Dupont had used C8, otherwise known as perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), at its Washington Works south of Parkersburg, WV. DuPont and Chemours have agreed to a $670 million settlement in a federal class-action lawsuit in Columbus, Ohio, that was filed on behalf of approximately 3,550 people who said they were afflicted with diseases as a result of PFOA contamination of their drinking water.

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Samsung to Supply Additional 60 Million OLED Panels for iPhone 8

This comes soon after the Cupertino giant inked a deal with Samsung Display for supplying a total of 100 million OLED panels. With reports indicating the OLED iPhone screen is circa 5.5 inches, it seems that the "no bezels" rumor is true as its the only way the device would be able to be similar in physical width and height to a 4.7 inch iPhone.

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Mercedes reveals new G 650 Landaulet

No performance claims for the G650 Landaulet have yet been revealed, though the more on-road biased G65 dispatches 62mph from standstill in 5.3sec on boasts an electronically limited top speed of 143mph. When you compare the 2018 Mercedes G-Class to the regular version, you will see that the special edition version offers up more leg room in the back thanks to it having a wheelbase that is longer at 578mm.

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'Walking Dead' Season 7 Winter Premiere: Five Cliffhangers We Need Answered

His answer was somewhat surprising, given the dark violence that's blanketed the past eight episodes of the series. It's been a tough season for everyone, characters and viewers alike. Ezekiel may have put on his royal act, but there were times it nearly seemed like he stopped putting on the performance because he was impressed by the way that Rick and his people carried themselves.

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Seahawks DE Michael Bennett cancels trip to Israel

Six years later, in June 2016, Israel apologized for the raid and paid $20 million to those injured and families of the bereaved in a deal signed between the two countries as a step in the reconciliation process. Trump spokesman Sean Spicer told reporters Wednesday that the issue would "obviously" be on the agenda for talks between Trump and Netanyahu next week.

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LG G6 to come with improved Quad DAC and Snapdragon 821 chipset

The new Quad DAC applied to the LG G6 is an upgraded version of the one in the V20 as it controls the left and right earphones separately to control the sound signals, the company said, adding that it can adjust the balance of sound allowing listeners to feel the stereoscopic feeling as if in a concert scene.

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Google Maps Now Lets You Organize Your Favorite Places Into Shareable Lists

Google Maps today introduced a new feature in the application called Lists. Google's improving this process now by letting you add places to custom lists. This new feature is available on Google Maps on both platforms - Android or iOS. Now open your list and click on the share button in the top right hand corner.

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Astronomers discover comet 100000-times bigger than Halley's

The discovery was made by using Hubble Space Telescope and W.M. Keck Observatory. The white dwarf planet also has a companion star in the belt, causing objects from the belt to travel toward the burned-out star. Researchers think the planet was approximately 70% rock and 30% ice and water. This minor planet could be the first of many analogs to objects in our Kuiper Belt - a cluster of small objects in the outer edges of the solar system.

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Spurs manager: This is not a team ready for title fight

For Tottenham, they are still without defenders Danny Rose and Jan Vertonghen, but manager Mauricio Pochettino kept faith with the same team that beat Middlesbrough last weekend. First he showed a cool head to lift a finish over Lloris despite being off balance having eluded Davies, and just 138 seconds later he finished off a goalmouth scramble after Adam Lallana and Roberto Firmino had been denied.

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India sets sight on new Mars, Venus mission

And in this process it will break a record set by Russian Federation in 2014 when it placed 37 satellites in the orbit with a single launch. ISRO has been a new but strong entrant in the multi-billion dollar world launcher market. The co-passenger satellites comprise 101 nano satellites, oneeach from Israel, Kazakhstan, The Netherlands, Switzerland, UnitedArab Emirates (UAE) and 96 from United States of America (USA), aswell as two ISRO built nano satellites.

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SpaceX fires rocket engines at historic Kennedy Space Center launch pad

SpaceX will launch a mission from the historic Launch Complex 39A at NASA's Kennedy Space Center for the first time in mid-Februrary. Pad 39A has lain dormant for launches for almost six years since Space Shuttle Atlantis launched on the final shuttle mission STS 135 in July 2011.

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Donald Trump considers signing new immigration order

Asked if his plan might be to issue a new executive order , Trump said: "It very well could be". The Marshals Service did not comment on the specific threats, CNN said, noting that "we do not discuss our specific security measures, we continuously review the security measures in place for federal judges and take appropriate steps to provide additional protection when it is warranted".

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James Corden's Carpool karaoke is totally 'sweet'

The vehicle didn't move, but it was still fun to watch. The Recording Academy reportedly chose to go in a different direction this year by handing hosting duties over to The Late Late Show host James Corden. The 5-year-old just about stole the show with her excited rush over to the crew of singers - if not for her shy smile, then for her pink suit that paid homage to late pop icon Prince.

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Idea Cellular has no plan to increase Capex despite Jio pressure

In a BSE filing, the company said, "The Indian mobile industry witnessed an unprecedented disruption in the quarter of Oct-Dec 2016, primarily due to free voice and mobile data promotion by the new entrant in the sector". A year ago, telecom service provider reported a profit of Rs 659.35 crore. -Data usage per customer decreased marginally to 931 MB from 944 MB per data customer in the preceding quarter.

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Korea claims successful test of new medium-range missile

The government will also enhance cooperation with the United States and South Korea in sharing information about North Korea, Kishida told reporters. Abe described the missile launch as "absolutely intolerable" and called on North Korea to fully comply with "the relevant UN Security Council Resolutions".

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Guilty plea after Muslim woman abused in Huntly

Aucklander Mehpara Khan complained to police after she and four friends stopped for a break in the Waikato town on Saturday during a road trip. On Sunday police said they had arrested a 27-year-old woman, who would be facing charges of assault, assault with a weapon and offensive language.

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Man sues Uber, blames app for wife's discovery of his cheating

David-André Darmon, the lawyer of the cheating husband, defended his client alleging he "was the victim of a bug in an application". His wife would have been able to see details about his orders, including driver name, license plate, and arrival time.

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BAFTAs 2017: Ken Loach BLASTS government over 'callous brutality' towards refugee children

Walsh 5) Moonlight - Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner, and Adele Romanski. Emma Stone won best actress for her role in La La Land . The best actor title went to Casey Affleck for his role in the drama " Manchester by the Sea ". "I want to call you Dame Meryl because if you were British you would have been damed five times over", he said as he went to greet her. It also scooped a record six Golden Globe in January.

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Adele's Dress At The Grammy Awards: Gorgeous In Green Gown

When the album was nominated he said his wife made him promise he'd attend the pre-telecast awards ceremony. The 59th Annual Grammy Awards kicks off 8 p.m. This year's ceremony, hosted by James Corden, airs live on CBS . Another Album of the Year win would make Adele just the second female artist to win the honor a couple of times.

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Ashwin happy to have Test record out of the way

Captain Mushfiqur Rahim, who missed that Test due to injury, will once again be crucial to the visitors' chances after compiling a chanceless 127 in the first innings in Hyderabad . After finishing 2016 as the highest wicket-taker (72 wickets in 12 Tests), Ashwin will be aiming for a similar result in 2017. Mohammad Mahmudullah and Shakib Al Hasan are the two batsmen who will resume the innings for visiting side and they are playing on the respective score of 9 and 21.

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Blazers trade Mason Plumlee to Nuggets

This deal will give the Blazers potentially 3 first-round picks in the 2017 draft, according to ESPN. But Plumlee is also in line for a nice contract as a restricted free agent this summer, while Nurkic is younger (22) with a palatable $2.9 million team option for next season.

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Trump blasts Mark Cuban in early morning tweet; Cuban dismisses

The first email, which Cuban sent congratulating Trump, contained a short reply from the future president. Cuban regularly criticized Trump's candidacy, becoming a key surrogate for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton. "It's a tough situation for CEOs". "You want to make nice with the president because you're a public company and you have shareholders, and it's hard to balance doing the right financial thing versus doing what they think is the right thing, whatever your political beliefs are".


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