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Fillon France election: Candidate faces crucial test in Paris rally

With pressure building on Fillon, Penelope said she had urged her husband to keep going. Fillon told the TF1 television channel in January: "I am a Gaullist and furthermore a Christian". Once the fr...

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India vs Australia 2017: Ishant Sharma makes 'money face' at Steve Smith

In a captured video, Ishant Sharma is seen making a "monkey face" at Steve Smith, leaving everyone including captain of the Indian National team Virat Kohli in splits. This banter continued for a whil...

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Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus running Android 7.0 appear on Geekbench

Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus running Android 7.0 appear on Geekbench

The S8 will sport a curved AMOLED display while the glass back also gets the rounded touch on the sides for comfort. A device with model number SM-G955U, believed to be none other than the Samsung G...

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Facebook is testing emoji reactions and dislikes inside Messenger

According to TechCrunch , Facebook is testing a feature that would let users post reactions to private messages-similar to the way users can hover over the like button to choose a reaction on any...

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Pro-president rallies show national pride in U.S. leader

Pro-president rallies show national pride in U.S. leader

It was a show of unity against what organizers called a "seditious fringe" that's aiming to "sabotage" Trump's vision for the country. St. Paul police arrested five people at the intersection of Rice ...

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Amazon Landscape Influenced by the Tree Cultivation of Ancient People

Amazon Landscape Influenced by the Tree Cultivation of Ancient People

Pre-Columbian people began domesticating plants on the edges of the vast Amazonian forests at least 8000 years ago, and their descendants continue to cultivate many species today. Here, the environmen...

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Microsoft Exchange tasks are now available on Gmail app

Enter the title and add a note if you want, then select the due date, reminder time, and priority level of the task. "The simple swipe to mark as complete can be just as rewarding", the search giant...

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Mike Pence Used AOL Email For State Business As Indiana's Governor

Mike Pence Used AOL Email For State Business As Indiana's Governor

At the end of January, the New York Times reported that Trump was still using his old, unsecured Android phone, which is unbelievably reckless for the president of the United States. "The Obamacare ni...

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Russia's top diplomat at center of Trump controversy

The two meetings - first at a July 2016 event for diplomats at the Republican National Convention, and then at a one-on-one meeting in Sessions' former Senate office in September - were first re...

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No. 21 Syracuse women beat Tar Heels in ACC Tournament

No. 21 Syracuse women beat Tar Heels in ACC Tournament

Fortunately, they now face a Duke team that is 36th in the nation in defensive efficiency to Virginia's first, and a team that can not hang with UNC as well on the interior, regardless of what their s...

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Local 5th grader gets Tesla's Elon Musk's attention after tweet

Local 5th grader gets Tesla's Elon Musk's attention after tweet

A grade five girl who had some sage advice for Tesla founder Elon Musk has had a surprising response from the billionaire, who has agreed to take on her idea. Now, if only Tesla would send that fr...

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Apple quietly releases Gold 32GB iPhone 6 in select Asian markets

Apple quietly releases Gold 32GB iPhone 6 in select Asian markets

In essence, Apple will expand on the specification of its Lightning port to implement the power delivery aspect of USB Type-C. There are many reasons for the company to use a USB-C port instead ...

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Amazon eyes new Alexa-powered devices that can make phone calls

From the image it clearly looks like a device intended for indoor use, and the blue ring around the camera lens is indeed reminiscent of the blue ring on the Echo and Echo Dot. Johns Hopkins Universit...

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Silicon Valley school scores $23M in Snap IPO

Silicon Valley school scores $23M in Snap IPO

That's significant, as Snap floated less than that - 200 million - in its initial public offering (IPO). Despite Snapchat's sluggish user growth and the company's hefty hosting costs, Mad Money's...

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Snapchat's parent company Snap sees stocks surge after Wall Street debut

Snapchat's parent company Snap sees stocks surge after Wall Street debut

Snap went public in the largest tech IPO in the USA since Alibaba. There are plenty of cautionary signs. Class A shares-the ones on offer at the NYSE-would hold no voting rights, potentially limitin...

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Samsung Trademarks Galaxy S8

Samsung Trademarks Galaxy S8 "Infinity Display"

Rumors about specs continue to leak as fans can't wait any longer to get their hands on Samsung's next Android flagship. The trademark filed with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USP...

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Yemen Strike Kills Al Qaeda Bombmaker, Say Officials

Yemen Strike Kills Al Qaeda Bombmaker, Say Officials

Al-Muhaysini is a prominent inner-leadership member of Jabhat Fath al-Sham, which used to be known as Al-Nusra Front - an al Qaeda affiliate. "This was something that was, you know, just, they wanted ...

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Zelda: Breath of the Wild is a 'breathtaking masterpiece'

Zelda: Breath of the Wild is a 'breathtaking masterpiece'

Where execs have previously fanned the flames of rivalry they're now more likely to be complimentary, something we attribute primarily to the positive influence of Xbox boss Phil Spencer. Most revi...

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Snap, Inc. Is Already Worth 2.5 Twitters

Snap, Inc. Is Already Worth 2.5 Twitters

Yet some investors question the company's long-term health and effect on the IPO market. In response to the protest, Snap released the following statement: "We've been very grateful to be a part o...

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Genetic 'Mutational Meltdown' Doomed Woolly Mammoths

Genetic 'Mutational Meltdown' Doomed Woolly Mammoths

In fact, the last mammoths, surviving on a remote Arctic island, died out only 3,700 years ago. Namely, researchers found far more harmful mutations in the island mammoth than in the mainland one, w...

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ICE 'ruses' have immigrant community on edge

The press conference where Vargas originally spoke out against ICE for detaining her brother and father happened on Wednesday. On Wednesday, ICE said that Vargas would not be deported without a co...

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Snapchat Stock 2017: Here's the latest Snap stock price following the IPO

Snapchat Stock 2017: Here's the latest Snap stock price following the IPO

Reuters reports the owner of the Snapchat messaging app will serve up a number at the end of the trading day, with expectations of anywhere between $14 and $16 a share and a possible valuation ...

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Snapchat owner shares 'priced at $17' despite making losses

Snapchat owner shares 'priced at $17' despite making losses

The company listened to its users and consistently improved the product to adapt to changing interests. But that's what Snap is calling itself. That may be a problem for potential investors. "Th...

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Trump hits back, accuses Schumer of Putin ties

The president called for a probe into Schumer's "ties to Russian Federation and Putin" and called the NY senator "A total hypocrite!" He called the NY senator a "total hypocrite" and called for a ...

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Snap shares rise 44 percent on first trading day

Snap shares rise 44 percent on first trading day

The Wednesday pricing makes Snap's IPO the largest in the US since Alibaba went public in 2014 and could give the recently slow market for technology IPOs a boost. Snapchat's headline feature is, odd...

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NASA spacecraft had to maneuver around Martian moon to avoid impact

The velocity of the spacecraft MAVEN was boosted by by 0.4 metres per second after it carried out a rocket motor burn. And since Phobos is a rock roughly 15 miles wide, it probably would have smacke...

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Trump blames Obama and his 'group' for damaging leaks, protests

There's expected to be an immediate infusion of 2017 cash for the Pentagon of $20 billion or more, and also the first wave of funding for Trump's promised border wall and other initiatives like hiring...

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Google Assistant is now rolling out to Android M and N devices

Google Assistant is now rolling out to Android M and N devices

Among these improved features is Google Assistant's capability to converse with its users using common language, unlike Google Now's keyword-focused input. Google Assistant which is a voice-based...

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Snapchat parent Snap valued at $24 billion after IPO

Snapchat parent Snap valued at $24 billion after IPO

That was above its previously projected $14-$16 range. Snapchat, which became wildly popular with young smartphone users keen to share messages that don't linger, is seen by some in the social media...

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Alligator spotted carrying massive fish at Florida golf course

Alligator spotted carrying massive fish at Florida golf course

Gators are pretty common for many Florida residents. Norma Respess' family members were in town visiting from North Carolina and she chose to show them a good time by taking them golfing at the Seve...

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Yelp Can Now Help You Find A Gender-Neutral Toilet

Yelp Can Now Help You Find A Gender-Neutral Toilet

On Friday, Yelp announced that it will now allow users to find out if a business has a gender neutral bathroom. Rachel Williams, Yelp's head of diversity and inclusion , told HuffPost in an email...

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Nashville's Newest Baby Clouded Leopard Is Cute And Historic ... But Mostly Cute

According to Patch, this clouded leopard is really cute. The cat's birth is part of conservation efforts by the Nashville Zoo and the Smithsonian to protect the species. Clouded leopards have difficul...

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Peter Funt: Little Merit in Trump's Latest Immigration View

Peter Funt: Little Merit in Trump's Latest Immigration View

Trump invited three guests whose family members were allegedly killed by criminals living in the U.S. illegally, acknowledging them individually as he described his recent crime reporting initiative...

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Bush: I was never bothered by impressions of me

And Bush proved that he loves to laugh at himself throughout his conversation with Kimmel . "That wasn't a joke ", Kimmel shot back. Kimmel asked Bush how he dealt with jokes made against hi...

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Uber used 'Greyball' tool to evade authorities around the world

Uber used 'Greyball' tool to evade authorities around the world

When blacklisted officials logged into Uber , they would be shown a fake map populated with cars that didn't actually exist. Uber has used the tool around the world, including in cities like Pari...

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