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In context: Donald Trump's 'Second Amendment people' comment

But on the plus side, the PPP poll does find Hillary Clinton now leading in North Carolina, 47-46 against Trump, the first time since March. On that topic, recent polling puts him ahead of or on par with Hillary Clinton . The response from Clinton and her supporters was swift. Susan Collins, GOP Senator from ME, announced Monday that she would not be voting for Donald Trump .

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'Second Amendment People' Could Stop Clinton from…

Trump is the president of the United States and shows that willingness to reach out, and not be dictatorial, but rather collaborative, I think they may just disappear automatically", Collins said of the Republican critics. Unstable people with powerful guns and an unhinged hatred for Hillary are listening to you". "From a foreign policy perspective, Donald Trump is not qualified to be president and commander in chief", said the statement, which was first reported in the New York Times .

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China's Sun Yang wins 200m freestyle gold

However, English bloke Mark Horton (no relation) is ALSO copping a fair ton of abuse. from angry Chinese swimming fans after Mack repeatedly called Sun Yang a drug cheat. The Australian Olympic Committee said Horton was "entitled to express a point of view". Sun has previously said he did not know the medication trimetazidine, which he took for chronic heart palpitations, had been placed on the banned list when he tested positive.

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Victoria's Secret in trouble with fans over alleged Photoshop fail

Another replied, "Yeah my first thought was wow what is wrong with that arm". It has not been confirmed whether Photoshop was actually used in the photo, as Victoria's Secret has yet to comment on the ad. Last year , they were called out online for completely Photoshopping out a model's butt cheek, while a t-shirt model appeared to lose one of her arms.

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China building reinforced hangars in South China Sea-US think tank

The images were taken less than two weeks after an worldwide tribunal in the Hague ruled on July 12 that China's nine-dash line, through which Beijing claims most of the South China Sea, has no legal basis. The official added, however, that the Chinese move was seen as skirting around the line rather than crossing it, and there would be increased concern if China actually moved in military aircraft and started using a reef as a forward operating base.

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NRI sues Mercedes dealership for not selling vehicle over Taliban concern

Bassi, who is 50 years old, went to the vehicle dealer to exchange his Mercedes Benz ML350 for a newer model and chose Prestige Motors because they were giving a better deal and had the black interior on the SUV that he wanted. Bassi explained he was Indian, the suit said, and that he was not related to the Taliban. According to the court filing, the dealer also allegedly violated the Equal Credit Opportunity Act by refusing to extend Bassi $83,000 in credit, for which he had been approved.

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One new discovery could treat 3 diseases

MOOREA drug that selectively inhibits the kinetoplastid proteasome, called GNF6702, efficiently cleared mice of the parasites that cause leishmaniasis, Chagas disease, and sleeping sickness, researchers from the Genomics Institute of the Novartis Research Foundation in San Diego, California, and their global colleagues reported in Nature this week (August 8).

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Charter's 2Q Earnings Beat Wall Street Expectations (CHTR)

The deal, which was valued at a combined $65.5 billion, not only helped Charter grow more internet subscribers, its revenue rose 6.6% to $10 billion during the quarter. On a pro-forma basis, the company lost 152,000 video customers, gained 236,000 internet customers and added with 83,000 voice customers, for a total of 167,000 residential customers (201,000 last year).

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Pilot Fire near Silverwood Lake now 6298 acres; 6 percent contained

The U.S. Forest Service and the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department says more than 5,000 homes were impacted by mandatory and voluntary evacuation orders in the Summit Valley area and Hesperia, The Los Angeles Times reports . More than 840 firefighters have been assigned to battle the blaze, aided by five bulldozers and a fleet of helicopters and air tankers. Firefighters set fires to burn out vegetation between the main body of the fire and prepared control lines.

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Delta airlines cancels morning flights day after equipment failure

He said no other customers lost power. The Rochester airport reported that one flight to Atlanta , Georgia, was cancelled Tuesday morning while a 11:20 a.m. flight to Detroit, Delta 667, and a 6:20 a.m. flight to Atlanta , Delta 1482, were not taking off. A day after cancelling more than 1,000 flights due to a power outage, Delta Airlines is warning of more flight delays.

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Palestine removed from Google Maps, protests

A campaign named "Put Palestine on your maps" has attracted over 150,000 signatures, accusing Google Maps of " making itself complicit in the Israeli government's ethnic cleansing of Palestine " either on goal or inadvertently. The history: In 1947, after millions of Jews were killed and displaced by the Nazis during the Holocaust, the United Nations' member states overwhelmingly voted to create a Jewish state in what was then Palestine.

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Inbox by Gmail Gets Organized Trello, Github, and Google Alerts Updates

Those who use Trello, for example, will find a summary of their projects in their Gmail inbox, making it easier to see the projects' status in one place. You can also save attachments from Inbox directly to Drive, which is a feature Gmail has long had available. None of these are earth-shattering features, but they will definitely make Inbox more usable.

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First wave of doping hits Rio 2016

I just slipped on the bar. Brown finished in the top 20 in the women's recurve qualifying round. The archers, who are the first among the Indians to touch down in the Brazilian host city, are not staying at the Games Village in faraway Barra and instead are putting up in a hotel next to the iconic Sambodromo, the Samba street of Rio de Janeiro .

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Lockheed Martin partners with NASA for Lunar Imaging CubeSat

The maiden launch of NASA's Space Launch System, likely in late 2018 or early 2019, will primarily serve to demonstrate that the massive rocket is capable of delivering a sizable payload-the Orion spacecraft-into a lunar orbit. "If successful, the infrared system on SkyFire could eventually be used for cost-effective studies of a planet's resources before humans arrive", Lockheed Martin stated.

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All Paul Ryan's Enemies

Those decisions are being appealed, so the rules could change between now and then. The New York billionaire has cited a $400 million payment the USA made to Iran this year, delivered on the same day that Iran released four American hostages.

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Oil falls as glut, profit-taking beat back optimism over OPEC meet

Energy stocks lagged as an early rally in oil prices evaporated. Gap sank 6.1 percent after reporting lower sales in the second quarter and in July. The Wall Street Journal reported last week that Opec countries such as Venezuela, Ecuador and Kuwait want to take another stab at cooperation between the 14-nation Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and non-members such as Russian Federation.

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Apple Watch 2 will feature Global Positioning System, more waterproofing

A massive report regarding the latest iPhone has been thrown out, but features on a potential Apple Watch upgrade have been attracting attention by their absence considering the original version was unleashed nearly two years ago. Apple unveiled the Apple Watch wearable tech and two new iPhones, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. However, Kuo did not confirm or specify if the new variants will come packed with a FaceTime camera or have expanded Wi-Fi capabilities.

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Verrückt ride death: Caleb Schwab was 'decapitated' at Kansas water park

Scott Schwab, who died at the Schlitterbahn water park in Kansas City on Sunday while riding the Verrückt , known as the world's tallest water slide, was decapitated during the ride, local police and eyewitnesses confirmed on Monday. The speed slide - whose name means "insane" in German, is certified as the world's tallest by Guinness World Records and is named after the German word for "insane" - sends riders down 17 stories at up to 65 miles an hour.

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LSU DL Christian LaCouture to miss season due to knee injury

Both the Baton Rouge Advocate and New Orleans Times-Picayune reported that LaCouture has what was described as a significant/major knee injury. While Washington should be able to recover, the possibility that LaCouture could miss the entire season is not a great way for the Tigers to start preseason practice.

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Celebrating National Farmers Market Week

Gov. Charlie Baker has declared the entire week, August 7-13, Farmers Market Week in the state. There are many ways for you to get involved in this promotion, first and foremost is getting out and visiting your local farmers market. Mayor Michael Cahill said that he goes to a farmers market in Ireland when he visits family there. Farmers markets also serve as a low-barrier access point for food entrepreneurs who are developing new value-added food products.

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Overwatch has 15 million players worldwide

Meanwhile, players have spent almost a half-billion hours playing the game, where players choose one of several unique characters and compete in team-based matches. Teams will then compete in a series of exhibition matches concluding on the main stage at Blizzcon. The Americas will be joined by at least nine countries including United States, Canada and Brazil; Europe with over 35 countries including Sweden, Germany, France, Austria, Belarus Belgium and Bulgaria and the Asia Pacific with 15 ...

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Edwards Hustles To Cup Pole At Watkins Glen

Front Row Motorsports crew chief Bob Osborne once worked as Edwards' pit boss at Roush Fenway Racing. Buescher's best finish this season before his breakthrough victory had been 14th. That was embarrassing. It was really embarrassing later while they were fixing my auto I was talking to Casey Mears and shooting the breeze and he said, 'You see that idiot out in that red and white vehicle back it in the first lap that didn't have a number on it?' I was like, 'Casey, that was me'.

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Olympics: Swimming grudge match tops highlights for third day in Rio

A cocky smile cracked the corner of her mouth as she stepped to the block, and she won with an Olympic record time of 1 minute, 4.93 seconds. And it was a duel that delivered, both in the pool - where King held off Efimova down the stretch to touch in 1:04.93 and win the gold medal, punctuating the win by drifting toward Efimova (1:05.50) and slapping the water in the silver medalist's lane with her right hand - and out.

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'Super Bacteria' Found in Rio's Water

Despite a project aimed at preventing raw sewage from flowing into the Gloria Marina through storm drains, the waters remain just as contaminated. But antibiotics combat bacterial infections, not viruses. "If these were the reported values in the United States, let's say in California, there is definitely an indication of a problem", said Dr. Kristina Mena, a waterborne virus expert at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston.

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Facebook to start showing ads to adblocker users on desktop

Websites have taken different routes in order to recoup the ad revenue they are missing due to ad blocking software. And even though Hulu is moving to a subscription-only service, you can still (legally) watch plenty of TV shows and movies without paying a penny.

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New Tampa Bay Zika Virus Cases Confirmed

The state's Department of Health offers free Zika testing for pregnant women at county health departments. 8, that the Florida Department of Health is investigating one new individual with non-travel related Zika in Palm Beach County.

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Facebook News Feed refurbished for Clickbait stories

In June, for instance, the company made changes that emphasized content from friends and family over other posts, noting that the goal was to ensure users saw stories that were meaningful, entertaining and informative. The algorithm looks at the domain level aside from the Facebook page level so offenders will not be able to create a page and change URLs and continue spamming again.

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Mercedes-Benz Asks SC To Lift Ban; Ready To Pay Environment Cess

The apex court had on December 16 past year banned registration of diesel-run SUVs and cars having engine capacity beyond 2000 cc in the NCR in an attempt to curb the alarming rise in pollution levels in the city. As per the new rule of SC, vehicle companies have to pay 1% environmental cess to resume the deals of diesel cars in Delhi. The court stayed firm on its decision and kept the ban intact to stop further damage to one of the most dangerously polluted cities in the world.

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Lucioball Exploiters in Overwatch Will Be Severely Punished, Blizzard Warns

The glitch allows players to use other characters in Lucioball. Needless to say, the glitch is game breaking, as players who pick out other heroes have an unfair advantage over the opposing team, particularly when they use someone like Torbjörn, whose turrets recently got nerfed on the PS4 back in July.

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Sleek Speed! The Caterham Seven 310

Developed for those who race in the Supersport category, the more powerful motor allows racers to progress to the faster Tracksport series without needing to replace their race auto. The price is from £25K. Caterham Cars' Chief Motorsport and Technical Officer, Simon Lambert, commented: "This vehicle will be loved by Caterham enthusiasts but will also convert auto fans in general who understand that creating a genuinely fun driving experience is not about simply adding more and more power; ...

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The Internet Archive adds over 10000 AMIGA games

While there are a lot of games in the collection , the majority are demos or software. The Internet Archive has once again expanded its in-browser emulation offerings, making available 10,000 software applications for the classic Amiga computer family.

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Camaro ZL1 Rated Slower than the Hellcat Challenger, but Less Expensive

Sadly, the Camaro has still not been confirmed but in March this year, at the New York Motor show, General Motors announced it was studying the Camaro's Australian prospects in the wake of Ford's decision to offer the Mustang in right-hand drive (RHD) markets.

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Twice as many meteors expected in Perseid shower

What's often the best meteor shower of the year - the Perseids - is predicted to be even better than usual when the shooting stars appear in the night sky later this week. The best viewing conditions are in rural areas away from the glow of streetlights, said Bob Bonadurer of the Milwaukee Public Museum. It's best to get as far from urban light pollution as possible.

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Cayman Islands first local case of Zika

Scott said the state is sending mosquito repellent to school districts in affected and nearby counties, and state and federal health officials are continuing to spray mosquitoes around Wynwood. This is why pregnant women should consider postponing travel to any area with a Zika outbreak. Miami-Dade has 55 travel-related cases, the most of any county.

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Trump on the economy

Trump's Detroit event gives him a chance to regain the initiative and outline some substantive policy proposals on the economy ahead of the November 8 election. Trump is to speak at noon EDT (1600 GMT) to the Detroit Economic Club and advisers said he will focus on trade, taxes, immigration and regulation.


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