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60 countries formally join Paris Agreement

China and the US both formally joined the agreement earlier this month. While President Obama has been a strong supporter of the accord and Hillary Clinton, the Democratic presidential nominee, supports it, Trump has repeatedly questioned climate science and said he would "cancel" the agreement if he is elected.

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United Nations ready to resume aid delivery in Syria

The UN General Assembly, which is now underway in NY, and the UN Security Council have focused this year on the humanitarian disaster in Syria and are working toward ending the country's civil war, now in its sixth year. "They are trying to on one hand oppose and topple President Assad and at the same time, they don't want to openly support the Daesh either". But it has become a repeat of previous peace efforts: abandoned by the warring parties even as diplomats far away debate it.

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Charlotte Woman: Police Shot My Father 'For Being Black'

The Charlotte Observer reported yesterday that Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department (CMPD) Officer Brentley Vinson shot Scott while police were executing a search warrant for a different man in the University City neighborhood. Clinton referenced Terence Crutcher in her tweet , a 40-year-old unarmed black man who was fatally shot by a white police officer after his SUV stalled on the road last week.

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Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton: New polls showing tightening presidential race

The race between Clinton and Trump represents a battle between two of the least liked major party candidates in history, and Pew's findings are hardly the first to show that voters are largely disappointed with both. Clinton is up, 47-38 percent. Monday's (September 26) debate in NY will be the first of three planned between Trump and Clinton. A Washington Post/ABC News poll last month found Clinton and Trump to be the two most unpopular presidential candidates in decades.

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Samsung Electronics has begun replacing Galaxy Note 7 batteries

First raised by Ars Technica, Samsung's announced green battery icon is directly in conflict with a section of the CDD that mandates device manufacturers to use white system status icons. Samsung also said it would release an automatic update on Wednesday night for customers who were still carrying old Galaxy Note 7s in Australia, which would limit the maximum charge on the phone's battery to 60%.

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Bill Clinton Delivers Emotional Defense of Charitable Work

The Clinton Foundation will lay off dozens of employees as the under-fire charity prepares for a massive scale-back in anticipation of Hillary Clinton winning the White House. "I think all of us are sensitive to that", he said. Chelsea Clinton will be the only Clinton staying on. Foreign officials and governments were big donors to the Clintons' family foundation, and there were concerns in the Obama administration about conflicts of interest between the foundation and Hillary ...

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Say Hello To Google Allo This Week!

However, Google has not officially confirmed any specific date for the app's launch till now. In all likelihood, Google's new messaging app Allo will be arriving in the Play Store very soon. It's got features like emoji, stickers, and the ability to increase or decrease the size of your text to "Whisper" or "Shout" your messages. Even more interesting, however, are Allo's AI-powered features.

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Apple's iOS 10 Caused Bricking Issues For Some Devices

Several users have been experiencing the very same thing, although from what we can make out, it does seem like an isolated problem. Apple has also shared instructions for those unlucky users, which should turn the slabs of metal and glass back into a working iPhone .

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Fashion plate Bill Murray launches golf collection

The shirt, which will set you back $75, is a limited edition item, complete with blue pinstripes and a sleeve logo of Murray's initials. What is it about Bill Murray? But Bill will not be appearing in any commercials promoting William Murray Golf, although the entrepreneur insists the actor may say hello to golfers he sees sporting the gear.

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Landmark Paris climate agreement will go into effect later this year

The first of these thresholds has now been reached, with Ban and the USA secretary of state, John Kerry, both predicting that the agreement will be fully implemented within months. Brazil, Mexico, Uganda, Panama and Sri Lanka, Argentina, Ghana, Guinea, Iran, Mali, Papua New Guinea, United Arab Emirates and Vanuatu are expected to formally join the climate treaty at the Wednesday morning event.

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UN says 30 more countries set to ratify climate deal

At least half a dozen small island nations including Papua New Guinea, Tonga and Kiribati will also follow suit. With the joining of 31 nations to the instrument, which represent 60 those who have done it, representing 47 percent of emissions of greenhouse gases .

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Galaxy Note 7 Replacements Shipped

Samsung has also implemented a software update for older handsets still in circulation, which will cap the Galaxy Note 7 charging ability at 60 percent. Customers will have to call their local carrier to see if replacement phones are available. Samsung Electronics said Wednesday it received three reports of Galaxy Note 7 battery fires in China and investigated two of them.

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UN says 30 more countries to ratify climate deal

The ceremony was attended by heads of state and government, foreign ministers, ministers and diplomats, which event was enshrined on the high-level debate of the United Nations General Assembly, installed the day before. Environment ministers from the European Union's 28 countries will meet in Brussels Sept. 30 in an effort to find a way to enable the bloc to rapidly ratify the Paris climate change pact.

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Samsung Note 7 Replacements Arrive in U.S.

The replacement devices are the first to become available to USA customers. Sales of the phone were immediately halted, wiping millions from Samsung's market value and losing Samsung's head start against its main competitor the iPhone 7.

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Analysts At Suntrust Robinson Indicated Nvidia Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA) As Neutral

Separately, TheStreet Ratings Team has a "Buy" rating with a score of A on Nvidia stock. On the company's financial health, NVIDIA Corporation reported $0.53 EPS for the quarter, beating the analyst consensus estimate by $ 0.05 according to the earnings call on Aug 11, 2016.

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Research Report for: Corning Incorporated (NYSE:GLW)

The trading activity of 7.66 Million shares climbed down over an average volume of 8.81 Million shares. GLW has been the subject of several analyst reports. During last 5 trades the stock sticks nearly 0.98%. The forecast of 7 polled investment analysts covering the stock advises investors to Buy stake in the company.

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Mylan CEO to Shift Blame on EpiPen Pricing at House Hearing

Her mother, Gayle Manchin, was president of the National Association of State Boards of Education, USA Today reports , when the NASBE launched an "epinephrine policy initiative", which was the first time it had addressed food allergies .

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Windows 10 Pro adoption on the rise

Data provided by Context, which uses information collected from European distributors, indicates that Windows 10 is growing on the Old Continent and it's already more successful than its predecessors - and we all know that this is quite a huge achievement given that Microsoft's priority was to upgrade Windows 7 users before EOS is reached in January 2020.

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Not An Amazon Prime User? You Might Be Getting Ripped Off

Pachter said that while Amazon does favor its own listed products, which may end up costing more than those of other retailers when search listings are given by product relevance, "There is no favoritism when the consumer sorts by "Price: Low to High".

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The Zuckerbergs have a new charitable goal: End all disease

In partnership with the University of California, San Francisco, Stanford University and University of California, Berkeley, the initiative will create an independent research facility called "Biohub". "So that's something I think we can concretely help out with". "It's not that no one is doing this today, but out of all the money that our society spends on science funding, probably not enough is going toward tool development", Zuckerberg said.

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UPI/CVoter poll: Hillary Clinton holds 1.18% lead over Donald Trump

The Public Policy Polling survey shows Trump with 45 percent support, with Hillary Clinton at 43 percent and Libertarian Gary JohnsonGary JohnsonPoll: Trump leading in battleground NC Clinton campaign manager avoids Syria questions on "Morning Joe" Poll: Trump, Gary Johnson tied among military voters MORE at six percent.

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Did NASA Discover Alien Life on Europa, Jupiter's Moon?

Of course, NASA could be lying. Astronomers have long speculated that if there's any chance of life in our solar system, it's likely to be found on one of Jupiter's moons. Paul Hertz, director of the Astrophysics Division at Nasa Headquarters in Washington. The presence of a subsurface ocean would definitely move Europa to the top of the list of potential candidates for the presence of such life, however.

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Tom Brady on Edelman the QB: He's batting 1.000

The former second-round pick appeared to be in huge pain, especially when New England's medical staff manipulated the injured area. I coach the team; the medical people handle the injuries. "It's a tough injury, but I know he'll be back out there as soon as he can", Brady said. Speaking in general terms, Belichick didn't rule out the possibility that a quarterback could be a game-time decision.

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President Obama outlines regulations for self-driving cars

There's some reason for urgency on that goal: According to the DOT's National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 35,092 people died on United States roads in 2015, up 7% from the year before. "NHTSA is absolutely extending its enforcement authority to all the new autonomous vehicles", NHTSA administrator Mark Rosekind said. Mike Ramsey, a research director at Gartner Group who focuses on auto technology, said the Transportation Department probably did not add such statements ...

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Apple confirms fault with iPhone 7

If you're experiencing a similar technical issue with your new device, take a deep breath and check out some possible solutions below. The exact cause of the issue is not yet clear - but Apple's official advice is to restart the phone , then remove and re-insert the phone's SIM card.

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Mars and beyond: Elon Musk teases his plans for interplanetary travel

He also stated that it would become the first human habitat to work on the Martian surface. Musk was flooded with suggestions with Twitter users proposing names like Heart of Gold, Zaphod Beeblebrox's stolen ship in Douglas Adams' The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy , and Colonial One from Battlestar Galactica .

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Texas school district puts up sign warning that teachers might be armed

A Texas school district situated almost half an hour from its closest law enforcement office has posted signs on school campuses warning their teachers may be armed with guns. White said: "We don't divulge anything about our safety plan, because it would compromise the plan". She says the sign hasn't received any negative comments so far.

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Bentley Bentayga Diesel engine specs tease performance figures

The Bentayga diesel gets a 4.0-litre, V8 engine with two variable-geometry, sequential twin-scroll turbochargers and a third electric supercharger. What makes the engine so special is the "triple charging" based forced induction system. The Bentayga Diesel is the latest introduction from the British carmaker, and the headline figures are certainly not boring. With peak torque available from 1,000 till 3,250 rpm, it's pretty simple to understand that in-gear acceleration is this SUV's strongest ...

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Aid Workers Killed in Airstrike on Syrian Medical Facility

It says the triage point was located in the rebel-held town of Khan Touman, south of Aleppo . "Two nurses, two ambulance drivers and 10 patients were killed in the attack on the facility", Zaidoun Zoabi, chief executive of the Union of Medical Care and Relief Organizations (UOSSM), said .

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Fall Arrives on Thursday

This optical phenomenon bends the sun's light as it passes through Earth's atmosphere and causes the sun to appear slightly higher in the sky than it actually is. At the equinox , the sun is directly above the equator and the planet is illuminated from pole to pole. In fact, the name " equinox " is Latin for "equal night" and signifies the point in the year when the day is exactly equal to the night in length.

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Bosh: I Had Clots, Heat Doctors Thought My Career Was Over

However, the Heat have yet to medically clear him. The Heat is expected to analyze the results before determining whether Bosh will be cleared in advance of the start of training camp Tuesday . I'm paying him to a certain extent. "That's when I got a little anxious, a little nervous". It might come from fees and through the association or the team.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 7 replacements are arriving in United States stores

The electronics giant has said that the small number of Galaxy Note 7 phones that were set aside for presale in China are not among those containing faulty batteries. It's unclear at this time why these test units are being recalled. "They sent me home with a phone that could potentially blow up", Mr. Myers, 25 years old, said.

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Today marks World Alzheimer's Day!

The family and friends may notice symptoms even before the person realises it. Wandering among people with dementia is certainly risky, but there are strategies to help prevent it and services to help reunite loved ones with family and caregivers.

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Facing impeachment threat, IRS chief visiting House panel

Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, who heads the caucus, said Tuesday about the Judiciary hearing. "It would create disincentives for many good people to serve", he said. What follows, at least in modern times, has been a fact-finding process by the committee. That panel released his opening statement late Tuesday. Indeed, according to his prepared statement, Koskinen will testify that he had no knowledge of the tapes having been destroyed when he addressed Congress in 2014: "I responded honestly and in ...

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Destination: Mars Lets You Virtually Explore the Red Planet

Attendees can also experience The Journey to Mars: Explorers Wanted module, an adventure that shows current happenings at NASA in a large theater. Destination Mars at Kennedy Space Center's Visitor Complex runs through January 2017.


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