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Paul Ryan Implies FBI Playing Politics For Hillary Clinton

The last couple of weeks have not been good for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. "S$3 ince Republicans did not get the answer they wanted, they are now investigating the investigator, re-litigating every possible aspect of the investigation, and using taxpayer resources in a blatant attempt to harm Secretary Clinton's poll numbers and help Donald Trump", the Maryland Democrat continued.

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Samsung urges consumers globally to stop using Galaxy Note 7

Samsung confirmed that the battery cell in the model was faulty, and that they were expediting shipments of replacement phones while working on a new model. The UAE civil aviation authority chief, Saif al-Suwaidi, said the ban covers using, charging and stowing the devices in checked luggage. Samsung Galaxy Note 7, which was a standout amongst the most anticipated flagships of the current year, has kept on facing few aggravations and inconveniences since its primary days.

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Apple Introduces iPhone 7 & iPhone 7 Plus

When capturing a photo, images from both cameras are merged together through software to enable more zoom options, which probably takes up a lot of system resources. As you'd expect, the iPhone 7 Plus is the larger and heavier of the two, coming in at 158.2 x 77.9 x 7.3mm and 188g, while the iPhone 7 is 138.3 x 67.1 x 7.1mm and 138g.

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What to Watch at US Open: Djokovic faces Wawrinka in final

Open semifinal. Djokovic, a 6-3 6-2 3-6 6-2 victor against Monfils, is prepared for a sterner test from Wawrinka. Monfils looked lethargic at times but he twice came back strong to keep Djokovic on edge, although he could not maintain the momentum he had generated by winning six of the final seven games of the third set.

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West Nile virus found in Harbor City

If any of the mosquitoes collected in the vicinity are found to carry West Nile, it will be "highly suspect" the man was infected locally, Kaisner said. WNV illness can be very severe, causing meningitis, encephalitis, paralysis, and death. Most people infected with the virus do not become seriously ill, but some experience flu-like symptoms and about 1 percent of them can develop serious neurologic illness.

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What to know about the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 recall

On Friday, the US Consumer Product Safety Commission urged Note 7 owners to stop using it. "Until a replacement device is provided, Samsung asks all customers with a Galaxy Note 7 smartphone to power down your device and return it to its place of purchase at your earliest opportunity", the statement added.

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Woman Faces Paris Judge in Probe of Female 'Terror Commando'

She was known to intelligence agents as someone who was considering going to Syria. Another official, who also can not be identified, said one of the women pulled a knife and stabbed a police officer during the arrest. Security in train stations around Paris was visibly higher Friday as the investigation into the auto widened. Around 700 French nationals are still in Syria, France's top prosecutor said last week.

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Clinton Bashes Trump For Criticism Of Generals

Clinton has had one briefing so far this year, at the Federal Bureau of Investigation field office in White Plains, New York, near her home in Chappaqua, on August 27. Clinton's interview, set to air Thursday night on Israeli Channel 2 TV, comes as both candidates worked to tout their national security credentials just two months ahead of the election.

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Hillary: Half of Trump Supporters Are in 'Basket of Deplorables'

Speaking at an evening fundraiser in NY, the former US secretary of state said Trump had given voice to hateful rhetoric from such individuals through his behavior as a candidate for the White House. The other basket of Trump's supporters constituted individuals desperate for change who felt let down by the government and the economy, Clinton added.

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How much does the iPhone 7 cost around the world?

What's more , the 4.7-inch iPhone 7 has the optical zoom feature that iPhone 6 does not. Grovemade , one of the top designers of handcrafted wooden and leather accessories, recently rolled out a new collection of cases for Apple's latest smartphone, the iPhone 7.

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NASA Chasing Prehistoric Asteroid to Bring Primordial Dust Home

It is the first time Canada is part of an global mission to return a sample from an asteroid to Earth. Mainly composed of carbon and possibly silicates which were altered by the presence of water, Bennu has some very similar materials to those at the beginning of the solar system's formation, as it was not affected by significant heating, as it's orbit is far from the Sun.

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An Iconic 9/11 …Ameri…can Flag Rises Again at Ground…

The police investigation began in November 2014, when a man dropped off a flag at an Everett fire station. The flag was subjected to a battery of tests and analysis of dust in the fabric, which matched the site, and photographs proved it was the 9/11 flag.

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Apple expects to run into supply issues for iPhone 7

Its stand-out new features - improved dual cameras, weatherproofing - are matched or bettered elsewhere for less money; its lack of headphone jack is divisive. The buzz might be all about the release of the new iPhone7 at the moment, but we're loving Apple's CEO Tim Cook for another reason right now, his singing abilities.

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Boris Johnson Praises US-Russia Deal on Syria

Kerry said the US -supported opposition and other fighters will be called upon to set themselves apart from the radical Islamic State group and the Nusra Front. Razak, from the rebel Nour al-Din al Zinki Brigades, said they were studying the deal but it appeared it would only give the Syrian army a chance to gather forces and pour more Iranian-backed militias into the main battles raging in Aleppo.

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Trump Says He Doesn't Dislike Clinton

Obama's transgressions. The Republican also renewed his praise for Putin and his disdain for President Barack Obama, arguing that "it's a very different system and I don't happen to like the system, but certainly, in that system, he's been a leader, far more than our president has been a leader".

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Nintendo announces new Mario game for iOS, Android version to follow

One of the biggest surprises from Apple's September 7 event was the announcement that Mario is coming to the iPhone. The good news if you don't have an iPhone is that Super Mario Run will get an Android release date. The first mode features challenging courses for you to complete. " Super Mario Run represents the next phase of Nintendo's expansion to mobile platforms, following the release of Miitomo earlier this year", Nintendo explained in the release.

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Android Marshmallow Finally Hits AT&T's Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Note Edge

Aviation authorities and airlines across the world have also issued bans or guidelines prohibiting passengers from turning on or charging the phone inside airplanes in response. recall of the Galaxy Note 7. The latest warnings came from Samsung and the U.S. Consumer Product and Safety Commission. Nearly all CPSC recalls are done voluntarily in conjunction with a company and the scope of any action on the Note 7 may be identical to what Samsung has already suggested to consumers.

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The Trump Blitz On Clinton Begins - And It's Starting To Work

When King asked about reports that USA intelligence agencies are investigating whether Russian Federation is trying to disrupt the election through cyberattacks, Trump said that he's skeptical. Media members who have dismissed Lauer as not being up to the task, being just a morning show host are full of horseradish, Comedy Central's late-night star said.

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AirAsia prohibits use of Samsung Galazy Note 7 on its flight

However, notices of the return program were posted on Samsung's global website as well as those of several countries not listed in initial statements about the battery problem. The US Federal Aviation Administration had on Thursday warned passengers not to use or charge their Galaxy Note 7s on planes and not to stow them in checked bags.

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Mel Brooks shares his sweetest memories of Gene Wilder

As the world mourns the loss of famed actor Gene Wilder , the comedy legend's longtime director and collaborator, Mel Brooks, took a moment to honor his late friend on Tuesday night. Gene Wilder , who breathed his last on Sunday, had left Ostrum in a state of shock from which Ostrum is still recovering and says he misses his late friend and co-star very much now.

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Hall of Fame inductees make appearance at Enshrinement Ceremony

Joining the elite trio will be 4-time Women's National Basketball Association champion Sheryl Swoopes, 27-year National Basketball Association referee Darrell Garretson, Michigan State University coach Tom Izzo, racial barrier-breaking coach John McLendon, Chicago Bulls owner Jerry Reinsdorf as a contributor and pioneer stars Zelmo Beaty and Cumberland Posey.

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How to decide if it's time to upgrade your iPhone

Elsewhere, both phones are water-resistant to a rating of IP67 and Apple has added a 12MP dual-camera on the rear, while boosting the front-facing camera to 7MP. But in the case of the iPhone 5S, iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus, Apple will possibly continue to bring fresh supplies of these phones. Instead, they announced new iPhone compatible earbuds called AirPods, which are essentially cordless headphones (if cordless headphones cost £159).

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Turkey welcomes US-Russia truce deal on Syria

Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov. The agreement calls for a nationwide ceasefire to begin on 12 September - the start of the Muslim Eid al Adha holiday. In announcing the agreement, Kerry insisted that the US wasn't basing the deal "on trust", but on "oversight and compliance". The announcement of the deal in Geneva was delayed for several hours by internal USA discussions.

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Clinton: US should kill IS leader

Hillary Clinton will visit the National September 11 Memorial on Sunday, marking the 15th anniversary of the 2001 terrorist attack, according to an aide. Both candidates believe they have the upper hand, with Clinton contrasting her experience with Trump's unpredictability and the Republican arguing that Americans anxious about their safety will be left with more of the same if they elect President Barack Obama's former secretary of state.

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Emails Between Hillary Clinton and Colin Powell Released

Powell says he used a private phone line to communicate with employees and others without going through the State Department. He did state that used his own account without using the State Department server . He also explained to Clinton that the State Department would not let him use a Blackberry in secure spaces. "If I sent it to a state.gov address it should have been captured and retained by State servers ".

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G20 pledges to tackle global steel glut, quell China tensions

We appreciate the commitment expressed in the G-20 leaders" statement for "collective responses' to address excess capacity in the steel industry. The two sides had reached a wide range of important consensus, including strengthening cooperation on excess capacity in steel and other industries.

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Apple roll out iOS update following a botched attack

This week, Apple discovered that an Israeli company called NSO Group had been creating hacking software and selling it to foreign governments. John Scott-Railton, one of the authors of a report issued by Citizen Lab , said researchers had traced the link on Mansoor's phone to NSO Group , USA Today reported .

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Wawrinka, Djokovic to meet in US Open final

Monfils looked lethargic at times but he twice came back strong to keep Djokovic on edge, although he could not maintain the momentum he had generated by winning six of the final seven games of the third set. That's kind of rich, considering he has spent nearly exactly half as much time on court as Wawrinka so far: a tad under 9 hours vs. slightly less than 18 hours.

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California governor extends state's landmark climate change law

It amends the 2006 California Global Warming Solutions Act that that requires the state to reduce statewide emission levels to at least 1990 levels by 2020. The law does little to change the state's cap-and-trade emissions trading system. That program is the subject of a legal challenge, but Brown has said he is confident the program will be upheld and improved.

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Four reasons to buy the new iPhone 7

The answer is a big - no. The news that Apple has removed the regular headphone jack from the latest model of their best-selling device has caused consternation among some users. The iPhone 7 Plus camera is better in many ways. The plans start at $32.41 a month, and after 24 months you own the phone. And Nintendo made an appearance to announce a long-awaited Super Mario game for the iPhone.

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Israeli satellite set to bring internet to rural Africa destroyed following explosion

This test was being held ahead of today's launch of an Israeli communications satellite, which will also be delayed because of this. The communications satellite was planned to assist the Facebook effort to expand the internet in underserved regions of sub-Saharan Africa.

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Judge accepts six charges against Pat Hickey and Kevin Mallon in Rio

The ten defendants are charged with Criminal Organisation; Ticket Touting, Ambush Marketing, Larceny, Money Laundering, and Tax Evasion. The 10 must appear in court once a month, respect a 10 p.m. Brazilian police said on Thursday they want to question International Olympic Committee head Thomas Bach as a witness in investigations of a suspected ticket scam by officials during last month's Games.

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Charge and listen to iPhone 7 with the Lightning Audio + Charge RockStar

The lens of the wide-angle camera has a wider aperture than before: it's now f/1.8, which is brighter than the f/2.2 lens on the iPhone 6S Plus. That Apple would come out with first-party wireless earphones is easy to understand - its iconic white earphones date back to the days of the original iPod.

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Super Mario is coming to the iPhone

Although you're no doubt keen to download Super Mario Run right now, you've got a bit of a wait before it's available. Super Mario Run won't be the first app Nintendo has released into the wild-that honor goes to Miitomo-but it will be the first original game from Nintendo available on iOS and Android.

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US, Japan warn against using Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on planes

SAS spokesman Fredrik Henriksson says he expects "good understanding from our customers" to not use or charge one, or stow it in checked baggage. The US Consumer Product Safety Commission Friday urged Note 7 owners to stop using it. "We advise South Korean consumers using the Galaxy Note 7 to stop using the device and to visit nearest service centres to take necessary steps", Samsung said on its website .


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