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'Google' not generic, appeals court rules in trademark case

'Google' not generic, appeals court rules in trademark case

As Bloomberg notes , "Genericide, as it's known , is the curse of companies whose brands gain such strong currency in the marketplace that they morph into product categories". The term "Google" is s...

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House Intel Dem: If Trump Recorded Talks With Comey, 'Congress Should Subpoena'

House Intel Dem: If Trump Recorded Talks With Comey, 'Congress Should Subpoena'

Trump also took to Twitter to warn Comey that he "better hope that there are no "tapes" of our conversations before he starts leaking to the press". Almost a dozen people are being considered, inclu...

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MS-13 gang targeted in pre-dawn sweep across Los Angeles

MS-13 gang targeted in pre-dawn sweep across Los Angeles

Brown said warrants were served at more than 50 locations. More than half of the 44 people arrested Wednesday are undocumented immigrants, acting US Attorney Sandra Brown said. Attorney's Office. F...

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Sheriff: 1 dead after tornado hits Wisconsin trailer park

The possible tornado destroyed about 40 trailer homes . Fitzgerald said local and state officials are calling it a tornado, but that hasn't been confirmed by the National Weather Service. The Storm...

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Trump to Liberty U grads: We worship God, not government

Trump to Liberty U grads: We worship God, not government

The president said "the future belongs to the dreamers, not to the critics". Trump spoke to an estimated 18,000 students from Liberty University, the largest evangelical university in the U.S., C...

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Trump honors fallen police officers, vows to reduce violence

Trump honors fallen police officers, vows to reduce violence

Mr. President, members of the Cabinet, members of Congress, honored guests and dignitaries, members of the law enforcement community, and the precious families of our fallen, it is National Police We...

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Tests for lead poisoning may be faulty, US regulators warn

Tests for lead poisoning may be faulty, US regulators warn

The CDC recommends that parents of children younger than six years (72 months) of age, and now pregnant women and nursing mothers who have been tested for lead exposure consult a health care profess...

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Google Lens Is A Peek Into The Future Of Computing

Speaking of mobile apps, Google revealed it is bringing the Assistant to iOS, so that iPhone users will have an alternative to Siri. Google Lens is coming first to Google Photos and Google Assistant...

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Business jet crashes near Teterboro Airport in New Jersey, killing 2

Business jet crashes near Teterboro Airport in New Jersey, killing 2

A plane crashed in a parking lot in an industrial area (pictured) in New Jersey on Monday, killing at least two crew members. Teterboro Airport was closed temporarily and flight operations ceased fo...

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Malloy doubts labor savings beyond $700 million are feasible

Malloy doubts labor savings beyond $700 million are feasible

The Democratic proposal rejects Malloy's idea to require cities and towns to pick up a share of teacher pension costs. "By making the hard decisions now, the state can provide predictability and sta...

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Always Dreaming is 4-5 early favorite for Preakness

Always Dreaming is 4-5 early favorite for Preakness

Preakness Facts: Opening day at Pimlico Race Course in 1870 featured the Dinner Party Stakes that was won by a horse named Preakness. The "Run for the Black-Eyed Susans" is held on the third Saturday...

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Sally Yates Says There Are 'Serious Questions' About Comey Firing

Sally Yates Says There Are 'Serious Questions' About Comey Firing

On January 26, Yates informed the White House that Flynn was vulnerable to blackmail by Russia, based on his prior conversations with Russian officials, including Russian Ambassador to the U.S., Ser...

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After Comey firing, Trump's frustrations boiled over

Mediaite also pointed to an interesting bit of information in the Times that said, "Allies and former employees of Mr. Trump have long said that he taped some of his own phone calls, as well as meet...

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Tornado damage reported in western Oklahoma

Another was reported by firefighters about 11 miles north-northeast of Madge in Harmon County, he said. In 2011, when devastating tornadoes struck in Joplin, Missouri, and in Alabama and MS, 111 of ...

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Sheriff David Clarke to take DHS job

Sheriff David Clarke to take DHS job

Clarke told McKenna that he would be working in the "Office of Partnership and Programs" (he likely meant the Office of Partnership and Engagement), liaising with state, local governments and tribal...

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Texas Governor Ready To Sign Sanctuary City Ban

In a letter to the Senate Committee on State Affairs leader Joan Huffman, Paxton wrote that the settlement was an agreement between two parties, not a judgment by the court, and argued two parties can...

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Culpeper Lidl to open June 15

Culpeper Lidl to open June 15

The stores will be 20,000 square feet in size and have only six aisles. According to press materials provided by Lidl, the company's first 20 stores to open in the United States will be in Kinston, ...

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Judicial panel's focus on prez's campaign statements could sink revised travel ban

This is the second time that the ninth circuit, which covers the western United States and is generally considered the most liberal of the appeals courts, has heard arguments over the travel ban. Unit...

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Trump warns Comey over leaks to media — Federal Bureau of Investigation chief sacking

Trump warns Comey over leaks to media — Federal Bureau of Investigation chief sacking

Trump's statements raised even more questions about his decision to fire the FBI director who was running an investigation into possible collusion between Trump campaign associates and Russians seekin...

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Netanyahu first reaction: Abbas lied to Trump

He has done so after meeting with Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah al-Sissi, and King Abdullah II of Jordan, according to Hareetz. Abbas' positive portrayal ...

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Murdered DNC Staffer's Family Demands Retraction From Fox News Over WikiLeaks Claims

Murdered DNC Staffer's Family Demands Retraction From Fox News Over WikiLeaks Claims

CNN learned , however, that Wheeler found that out from a FoxNews.com reporter who interviewed him. He added, "I do believe that the answers to who murdered Seth Rich sits on his computer on a shelf...

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4 candidates to be Federal Bureau of Investigation director are in line for interviews

The daily press briefing is the most high-profile forum for journalists to question the administration about policy and the news of the day. On Thursday, Trump told NBC he knew he ran the risk that by...

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Trump Says New FBI Director Nomination Could Come Next Week

He tweets regularly about "fake news", and he pointedly skipped the annual White House correspondents' dinner in late April that presidents nearly always attend. White House spokesman Sean Spicer on F...

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White House denies, defends as new bombshells hit

White House denies, defends as new bombshells hit

Trump is scheduled to visit Israel next week - a trip that White House officials indicated would still go ahead. The Democratic Party has chosen to spearhead this campaign, attacking the Trump admin...

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White House goes blue to honor nation's police officers

So far this year there have been 46 officers killed in the line of duty. Moss was shot to death in April 1930 during a traffic stop while working with a prohibition officer. "And you've already fo...

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Ryan: 'We need the facts' on Trump's conversation with Comey

Meanwhile, House Democrats called for a "fully independent" commission to investigate Trump's alleged ties to Russian Federation, arguing their Republican counterparts have not been proactive in inves...

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Immigrant arrests soar under Trump, fewer deported

Immigrant arrests soar under Trump, fewer deported

Arrests of immigrants suspected to be in the USA illegally soared in the early months of the Trump administration, in part because of a surge in the detention of immigrants who have no criminal convic...

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Manning Says She's 'Figuring Out' Future after Release

Manning Says She's 'Figuring Out' Future after Release

During one of his final acts in office, President Barack Obama commuted Manning's sentence in January, thereby giving her an early release date. Manning was sentenced in 2013 after pleading guilty t...

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McMaster calls Trump's Convo With Russian Diplomats 'Routine Sharing of Info'

McMaster calls Trump's Convo With Russian Diplomats 'Routine Sharing of Info'

Trump administration officials at first denied the report by the Washington Post that Trump had shared sensitive intelligence with the Russians. In his tweets today, Trump described the informat...

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Supreme Court refuses to reinstate overturned North Carolina voter ID law

The state's legislature, however, is controlled by a Republican supermajority. And no other state "has simultaneously curtailed four different voting mechanisms disproportionately used by African Amer...

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Chelsea Manning, serving time for Wikileaks espionage, freed from prison as expected

Only when appeals are exhausted - and that might include petitioning the U.S. Supreme Court - can military command "approve what I suspect will be a dishonorable discharge", Mayer said. . Manning was ...

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Two Senate panels seek Comey memos, Intel wants testimony

Two Senate panels seek Comey memos, Intel wants testimony

The Intelligence panel also sought his testimony in open or closed session. The requests came in letters to acting Federal Bureau of Investigation director Andrew McCabe and White House Counsel Don...

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Gowdy takes himself out of FBI director search

Gowdy takes himself out of FBI director search

Trump said Saturday that naming Comey's successor is "possible" before he leaves for an overseas trip this Friday. Gowdy has been mentioned on some shortlists to replace James Comey, along with Sena...

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Weather advisory issued for snow and wind

Weather advisory issued for snow and wind

A bull's-eye of heavy snow where 2-4 feet could fall is possible from Longs Peak to Estes Park to Cameron Pass and Red Feather Lakes. For the Bitterroot and Missoula valleys, periods of light snow w...

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Top Dem: Trump did interfere with Russian Federation probe

Thursday: "Oh, I was going to fire regardless of recommendation. he made a recommendation, he's highly respected, very good guy, very smart guy, the Democrats like him, the Republicans like him, he m...

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