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North Korea refrains from provocations but hints at future 'events'

South Korea's Defense Ministry has said the North appears ready to conduct such "strategic provocations" at any time . "Our military is closely monitoring the North Korean military's movement in Wonsan areas and we are firmly maintaining readiness", South Korea's Office of the Joint Chiefs of Staff said.

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March for Science on National Mall Combats Trump Administration Science Policy

Happer, a professor at Princeton, had earlier stated that carbon dioxide is not a pollutant. Happer has previously said that carbon dioxide is demonized, and is a benefit to the world. It's based on flawed computer modeling". "That's completely wrong", Nye snapped. "Say what you will, but you have it absolutely wrong..." Nye was clearly exasperated with Happer's claims, and annoyed that CNN had invited him.

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GOP drops US-Mexico wall demands as spending talks advance

He did this to avoid a government shutdown, which will occur on Saturday if Congress fails to pass a $1 trillion spending bill. The White House remains confident that won't happen, now that President Donald Trump appears to be backing down from a key demand.

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Dems Buy Ad Blitz in Georgia Attacking Karen Handel

According to recent polling , a whopping 54 percent of Americans disapprove of the job Ryan has done as Speaker of the House. Spicer noted that the reason why President Donald Trump won was the Republican Party had already made significant headway with the shifting demographics of the country.

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Michael Flynn's Russian Federation payment likely broke disclosure laws, lawmakers say

Flynn's consulting firm accepted $530,000 for work with a firm that is associated with Turkey's government. "I see no evidence or no data to support the notion that General Flynn complied with the law", Chaffetz said. But White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer on Tuesday called the committee's request for documents from the transition period "ridiculous", and he also said that everything under discussion "occurred prior to his [Flynn's] employment at the White House".

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NHL Predictions: Will the Capitals close out the Maple Leafs? 4/23/17

Statisticians shrug off clutch so we'll just have to suppose that Williams's number came up when they were dealing out the primary assist on the goal that ended the series and put Washington into the second round against bêtes noires Pittsburgh.

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Xiaomi's phones aren't coming to the USA or United Kingdom anytime soon

But sadly, the company says that now isn't the right time for that and will instead focus on entering the regions within the next two years. That's a shame, but it's not going to change anytime soon. The company' main aim is to reach the mass market and to bring “innovation for everyone.” This means Xiaomi is now satisfied with its 2nd position in India and 3rd position in Ukraine and does not want to explicitly aim for the “premium, elite thing, ” as Xiang put it.

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German crowd hisses at Ivanka when she defends her dad

I am rather unfamiliar with this role as well, it is quite new to me. Others were hoping for clarification on what, almost 100 days into the Trump administration, Ivanka's advocacy would look like. But she vaguely suggested that she would focus on "empowering women in the workplace" and emphasized that "this is very early for me". Trump was repeatedly criticized during his presidential campaign for his inflammatory language against Muslims, immigrants, women and other groups.

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Samsung reportedly working with Qualcomm on processor for Galaxy S9

Samsung facial recognition technology is not yet ready to make mobile payment and would take another four years to exclusively begin the service, according to a report by The Korea Herald . Samsung sources and industry watchers tell The Korea Herald that it could be more than four years before Samsung has improved the facial recognition technology enough to use it with mobile payments.

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Texas Instruments Q1 Earnings Beat, Q2 Outlook In-Line

Royal Bank of Canada reissued an "outperform" rating and issued a $84.00 price objective on shares of Texas Instruments in a research note on Tuesday. (NYSE:HD)'s earnings per share has been growing at a 21.1 percent rate over the past 5 year when average revenue increase was noted as 6.1 percent.

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WRAPUP 8-N.Korea stages big artillery drill as U.S

Air China Ltd will increase its flights between Beijing and the North Korean capital, Pyongyang, from early May, after it cancelled some flights this month because of what it said was weak demand. The U.S. navy destroyer, the USS Wayne E. Meyer, began maritime exercises with a South Korean destroyer in the Yellow Sea, west of the Korean Peninsula, Tuesday.

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Judge blocks part of Trump's sanctuary cities executive order

U.S. District Judge William Orrick issued the preliminary injunction in two lawsuits - one brought by the city of San Francisco , the other by Santa Clara County - against an executive order targeting communities that protect immigrants from deportation.

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Houston Texans to announce NFL Draft picks from outer space

From Tim Couch to Trent Dilfer, from Derek Anderson to Cody Kessler, and let's not forget that year of fun with Johnny Manziel, QBs have cycled through Cleveland like tourists, with none sticking around for long. Patrick Mahomes (Texas Tech) and DeShone Kizer (Notre Dame) may also go in the first round. Since 2007, only OT Joe Thomas and CB Joe Haden have proven to be good choices.

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New Education Sessions will Land at Apple Stores Starting in May

The program launches globally in May. - Photo Labs bring in talented photographers to experiment with new techniques and styles or uncover a new point of view in hands-on sessions. It includes "How To" sessions on taking photographs with your iPhone, or learning how to code in Swift, Apple's programming language. The company wants startups and small business owners to head to its stores and use the conference spaces to get advice from developers and entrepreneurs.

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Samsung's Flagship Galaxy S8 Series Launched in 4 Nations

The Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus are great on the hardware front, but they are not equally impressive in terms of software. Samsung's latest flagship Galaxy S8 series is quite the stunner, but underneath the beauty, enhancements to features and functionality are lackluster.

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DJI Goggles could be the most essential drone accessory yet

But DJI Goggles are about more than getting that first-person perspective - different control modes allow a turn of the head to adjust the direction of the drone, or the movement of the gimbal. DJI Goggles allows the operator to flick between third person view and FPV in a matter of seconds. They can be seen in use, in the video below. The screen and headband can be detached for ease of portability and storage.

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FaceApp is 'deeply sorry' for its skin-whitening 'hot' filter

What does make it different though is that instead of just applying a filter, FaceApp edits a photo using input from other photos to affect how the resulting image looks. Similar to ongoing political events, tech companies in Russia have been the subject of a lot of discrimination lately; including Russian-owned Livejournal making its users essentially agree to not discuss LGBTQ+ matters.

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Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F): Mustang was Best-Selling Sports Car in 2016

Ford Motor Co.'s latest achievement is Mustang's milestone. In all, Ford sold 150,000 Mustangs around the world in 2016 which, according to the latest industry data from IHS Markit , means the vehicle is not only America's most popular sportscar, it has now conquered the world, too, despite some hard-hitting European and Japanese competition.

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Nobody understands these $425 fake-mud jeans

If you're asking yourself what in the world fake mud jeans are, you're overthinking this - for fake mud jeans are exactly as they sound: jeans featuring fake mud. And yet, for all the furor they've created, these trousers have generated hard labor, as we here in the content mills put noses to the conveyor belt, our smokestacks belching digital soot, as we grind out take after take on why pre-muddied jeans are kinda dumb.

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South Dakota man arrested trying to save his beer from burning house

He ran into the building a second time, despite protests from firefighters battling the flames, police said. When he came back out again, police said that he was carrying two cans of Bud Ice beer. Records indicate that his blood alcohol content was 0.082. The blaze, called in at 12:35pm, was extinguished in 10 minutes, but caused three people to receive medical treatment.

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Jaguar XF Sportbrake Teased in New Video

The result of the visit is a silhouette of the new XF Sportbrake expertly painted on to the grass on Centre Court (below) by Wimbledon's Head Groundsman, Neil Stubley, and his staff to show the world how dynamic the new Sportbrake will look.

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Tests find Samsung's S8 phones more prone to screen cracks

In announcing the updates Monday, the company said neither the screen hue nor the Wi-Fi issue were product defects, and that it was offering fixes simply for consumers' comfort. Samsung - the world's largest maker of smartphones - has pinned its hopes on the Galaxy S8 to compete against archrival Apple's iPhone after last year's Note 7 disaster.

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Samsung downplays Galaxy S8's 'red-tinted' display

It gets even worse when it comes to separating the two glass panels - the adhesive that holds them in place is so strong and taking it apart might damage the device. Wondering about the new Galaxy S8's battery? Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus smartphones can connect to the sleek new Gear 360 and also allow you to watch stunning VR videos and play ultra-realistic motion games.

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Google patents smart drag and drop for Android

Google intervened this week, after a report from mobile security firm Zscaler, but by the time Google took it down, between one and five million users had already installed it on their phones . It also didn't mention that it would track the victim, nor that it would send location information to a third party. Though, this does not mean that the application stops working, and just that it hides itself from the main screen.

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Donald Trump tells NASA 'fly to Mars in my first term'

Whitson, 57, broke the record for the most cumulative time in space by an American astronaut early Monday. She called the space station "a key bridge" between living on Earth and travelling into deep space, and she singled out the station's recycling system which transforms astronauts' urine into drinking water.

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Trinamool Congress cannot stop Modi's chariot: Amit Shah

Shah held a meeting of Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) workers in booth number 93 of the Naxalbari assembly constituency at the house of the party's only panchayat member in the area - Sadhana Mandal, to mark the start of his 15-day "Vistar Yatra" to expand the party's base.

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Trump jokes about replacing Haley, takes it back

President Barack Obama infuriated Utah Republicans when he created the Bears Ears National Monument in December on more than 1 million acres of land that's sacred to Native Americans and home to tens of thousands of archaeological sites.

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Russian crew reach ISS in Soyuz capsule

Fischer told his wife she had veteran cosmonaut Yurchikhin to thank for that. Mr Fischer and Mr Yurchikhin reached the $US100 billion ($133 billion) space station, which orbits about 400 kilometres above Earth on schedule about six hours after blast off.

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Mexico border wall very important tool to stop drugs

Congress has less than a week to pass some form of spending bill to keep the government running. In a conference call with reporters aimed at criticizing Trump's first 100 days as ineffective, party leaders said the biggest shutdown threat was from Trump's demand that the spending bill include funds for the barricade along the Mexican border.

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Baahubali 2 to arrive in 6000-7000 screens

Even the biggest Hindi film, even after being dubbed in Tamil and Telugu versions, ended up releasing in 4500-5000 screens while South Indian films have not exceeded more than 2500-3000 screens, according to the Bollywood Hungama report . Prabhas had spent almost 600 days filming for the Baahubali franchise, with the actor refraining from signing any other film over the tenure of 5 years while shooting for the magnum opus project.

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AMD Radeon Pro Duo 2.0: Same Name, New GPUs

Radeon Pro duo is the graphics card designed mainly for professionals as it excels at media and entertainment, design and manufacturing workflows, broadcast and complex multi-tasking loads. The card itself offers a total of 72 compute units for 4,608 stream processors, evenly split between the two Polaris-architecture GPUs, and 32GB of GDDR5 memory.

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French presidential candidate Macron targeted by hackers, cyber firm says

In February, the campaign complained publicly of being targeted by Russia-linked electronic spying operations, although it offered no proof at the time. Phishing, which typically works by using lookalike emails to trick people into giving out their passwords, was a key vector for the hackers that compromised Democratic Party officials in the United States a year ago.

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Trump wants to send men to Mars

In addition to Ivanka Trump, his eldest daughter and an adviser in the West Wing, Trump was joined on the call by the astronaut Kate Rubins. "I'm glad to hear that". The President replied that he wanted the endeavor to be done during his first, or "at worst", his second period, so it should speed up a little. Last week, Tech Times reported NASA may be forced to delay its first Mars mission because of technical and financial challenges.

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Marvel vs. Capcom: Infinite Coming in September

Capcom also took the wraps off the game's big bad: It's Ultron Sigma , some kinda trans-dimensional combination of the two evilest robots. As expected, the game features a pretty loaded roster thus far, including Ryu from Street Fighter fame, Morrigan from Darkstalkers fame, and Mega Man on the Capcom side; while Captain America, Iron Man and Captain Marvel look ready to tear things up on the Marvel side of things.

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SK Hynix sees DRAM supply shortage continuing until end

During a conference call Tuesday, the company said demand for DRAM chips would grow around 20 percent compared to past year. Indeed, though actual shipments of DRAM chips fell 5 percent compared to the fourth quarter a year ago, revenue increased as the chip's average selling price rose.


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