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Khloe Kardashian Demonstrates Her Workouts on 'Ellen'

The former wife of Lamar Odom also mentioned that she loves to cook, so perhaps she feel she needs to work off those calories from her masterpieces. Khloe said she works out like an animal and her sister came in late one day and barely lifted for a little.

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Donald Trump's Florida estate stirs protests, spurs ethics debate

With a fancy wedding taking place in one part of the club, and Trump entertaining Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on the outdoors terrace, Trump and Shinzo received word that North Korea had just fired a test missile that traveled 300 miles before crashing in to the sea near Japan.

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Mobile US, Inc. (TMUS) Receives "Buy" Rating from Jefferies Group LLC

Narrow down focus to firm performance, its weekly performance was 17.54% and monthly performance was 9.99%. During the entire year of 2016, T-Mo added 8.2 million customers. (NASDAQ: TMUS)'s stock to Buy with the price target of $72. T-Mobile shares, slightly lower on Tuesday at $60.58, have gained more than 30 per cent in the past six months on speculation that Donald Trump's administration will be more receptive to consolidation - a strategy investors view as a solution for telecoms ...

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Twitter Rolls Out New Feature for Two Hours, Rolls Back After Protests

Twitter rolled back a new safety feature after just a few hours of releasing it following user protests. "This was a misstep", he said, followed by a second tweet from the Safety account stating: "We heard your feedback - this was a misstep".

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Truth Behind Justin Trudeau, Donald Trump Viral Handshake Photo

Trudeau , age 45, and Trump, age 70, have vastly different outlooks on the world. "It's a much less severe situation than what's taking place on the southern border", Trump said , after he called the U.S. Mr Miller said it was not his place to comment on the "sensitive matter" concerning Mr Flynn, who was an early supporter of Mr Trump but whose position in the administration is thought to be under scrutiny.

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Georgian priest arrested for planning to murder high church leader with poison

The detainee was planning to poison an unidentified person in "the Church's highest hierarchy", with cyanide, the Chief Prosecutor stated at an urgent briefing on Monday. Ilia II , 84, had been recovering from gallbladder surgery in Germany. Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili issued a statement thanking police for averting "a bad calamity - a treacherous attack on the Church, an act against our country", Agenda.ge reports.

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Player list finalized for IPL 2017 auction

The list, circulated by the IPL authorities among the managements of teams, and accessed by Sportstar , features 122 Indian cricketers, including 23 capped players. "After missing out the last season, it's important for me to be part of the IPL", he said. Irfan stressed that his low base price was aimed exclusively at earning an opportunity to play.

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Amy Jackson To File Complaint To London And Mumbai Police!

Amy Jackson was in for a major shock when her personal pictures were leaked onto the internet. The mobile hacks are quite popular in US, UK, Australia and other countries. The actress was going to Chennai to shoot for Rajnikanth-Akshay Kumar starrer 2.0. This isn't a trivial matter has to be taken up seriously. "She went to the service centre again before coming to India ", adds a source.

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Tata Motors Q3 profit down by 96%. Here's why

The consensus of analysts tracked by Bloomberg had pegged the bottom line at Rs 2,265 crore. Consolidated total income from operations stood at Rs 68,541 crore, down by 4.36% from Rs 70,567 crore in the similar period of past year. "Standalone has been struggling with the passenger vehicle business unit not really picking up pace but this quarter has been one of the better ones", Sabarad said.

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Nokia 3310 Gets A Second Chance?

Nokia is expected to announce a few smartphones at MWC 2017 that will include Android and feature phones. The Finnish manufacturer HMD, which is the new home of Nokia phones, has announced that the iconic 3310 will be revived. For many, the answer is Nokia 3310 , a almost indestructible phone that predates the smartphone era by almost a decade. The refreshed version of the handset, which we can only hope ship with a copy of Snake II preinstalled, is expected to cost €59 (around ...

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Scientists make huge dataset of nearby stars available to public

This study was carried out by a team of worldwide researchers who released the largest collection of exoplanet-spotting observations with the help of a technique known as the radial velocity method. HIRES is created to split a star's incoming light into a rainbow of color components. In particular, scientists have found that when a star moves toward and away from Earth in a regular pattern, it can signal the presence of an exoplanet orbiting the star.

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CALIFORNIA: Thousands flee their homes over dam collapse fears

As crews worked to shore up the emergency section, water was re-routed back into the original damaged spillway in an effort to drain the dam as much as possible before the storms arrived. The dam now remains intact, but the emergency spillway is eroding. He described the current emergency spillway as "a little bump on the top of a hill" and said that without proper concrete reinforcement the hillside was susceptible to erosion damage.

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Researchers discover 'extraordinary' levels of toxic pollutants in the deep sea

Revealed this afternoon, the findings are now being reported across the world. From the published study , researchers from the University of Aberdeen and the James Hutton Institute in the United Kingdom found that concentrations of chemical pollutants are far more palpable in the deepest parts of the world's oceans largely uninhabited than earlier thought.

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China to launch air quality inspection

After a study claimed that Indias premature deaths due to air pollution almost equalled that of China, a green body today said the "scary" scenario left no room for "denial" and asked the Centre to implement a nationwide strategy to tackle it.

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Vyapam scam: SC cancels MBBS admissions of more than 500 students

The Apex Court on Monday cancelled degrees of 634 MBBS students in Madhya Pradesh. There are 10 such students who have even completed their studies and are now working as intern in MY Hospital. After the investigation, Vyapam cancelled admissions of 415 candidates, it said in an unsigned press note. The scam involved adoption of illegal means by these students in gaining admission into the MBBS course by paying huge bribes to high-ups.

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Traders Secrets on Medical Properties Trust, Inc. (MPW), Kohl's Corporation (KSS)

The reported earnings per share topped the analyst's consensus by $0.03 with the percentage difference between estimated and actual earnings arriving at 14.30%. Medical Properties Trust now has an average rating of Hold and a consensus target price of $14.50. It also has an operating wholesale data center segment.

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First photo of Magic Leap prototype leaks

Campbell suggested that Abovitz target branding for a wider audience, and not just employees, but Campbell still followed the orders. The device is a specially-made desktop PC that resembles recent VR backpack PC's made by HP, but tightly integrated with Magic Leap's proprietary software and hardware.

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Senators press Yahoo after company skips meeting about data breaches

In one instance, the senators said that Yahoo backed out in the last minute for a planned congressional staff briefing about the hacks that was slated for January 31. The letter said that the members of the Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee, charged with investigating the cyberattacks, said the company had "thus far been unable to provide answers to many basic questions" about the breach, despite several inquiries.

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The government's email about Donald Trump's state visit

British Prime Minister Theresa May formally rejected on Tuesday an online petition that called for President Donald Trump to be barred from making an official state visit to the United Kingdom. Protests against the USA president intensified after Mr Trump sought to impose a travel ban against citizens from seven predominantly Muslim countries.

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The Forza franchise sales race past $1 billion United States dollars

This is due, in part, to the growing success and popularity of the game over just the past couple of years. Along the way, you'll be able to explore a portion of Forza Horizon 3's map, while taking a guided tour through some of the best features that the game has to offer.

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Amazon launches new online videoconferencing service

When it is time for the meeting to begin, Chime will automatically call you. Amazon is pitching Chime as a more reliable, higher quality alternative to existing VoIP services like Microsoft's Skype, with a focus on making core communications services - voice calls, video conferencing, screen sharing, and instant messaging - easily accessible within a unified interface.

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North Korea ballistic missile test sparks condemnation

Military conflict between the United States and North Korea has to be on the table following Pyongyang's latest missile tests, Christopher Hill, the former US Ambassador to South Korea, told DW's Brent Goff on Monday's edition of "The Day".

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Whale mission to focus on carcass removal

The 20 that restranded would need to be euthanized "to relieve their suffering", the DOC said in a statement , explaining that "unsuccessful attempts at refloating the whales would likely lead to more injury and stress to them and prolong the whales' suffering".

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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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