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Samsung Making An Android Phone That Folds Inward

After all, Samsung is India's biggest and most trusted smartphone brand. Lenovo has even less. Earlier in April, a device with the same model number received Wi-Fi certification . But, if you want to keep your shiny new iPhone 8 looking box fresh this test shows it might be worth investing in a case. Rumours surrounding the foldable device have been regulars on leaks for the past couple of years now and was even tipped to launch very soon. Read More »

Sanctions on North Korea, Will it Work?

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Also yesterday, China appealed for dialogue to defuse the increasingly acrimonious dispute between US President Donald Trump's government and North Korea. Anthony Ruggiero, a senior fellow at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, said the development "shows that China is not a reliable partner". Former general Rob Givens, who served in US Air Force, said that in event of a war in Korea, only 20,000 people die per day in South Korea, according to Pentagon estimates. Read More »

83 percent support pathway to citizenship for illegal immigrants

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Host Brian Kilmeade asked Lankford how his bill would help limit chain migration, and the GOP senator dodged the question. Eighty-two percent of voters, including almost 70 percent of Republicans, believe the so-called "Dreamer" immigrants should be able to stay and apply for citizenship. Read More »

New GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore wants to make gays illegal

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Michelle Malkin: How long have the beltway establishment types promised us that "oh well you know our hands are tied, we can't do much here, we need control of all branches of government" and you've got it, and you can't do this? The president said Moore ran a "really great race". Read More »

Shorewood Hills Elementary named National Blue Ribbon School

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Edward C. Killin Elementary School serves approximately 500 Sure Start through Fifth Grade culturally-diverse students from all military branches. Schools acknowledged for closing the achievement gap saw minority students pass tests at around the same rate or better than all students in the state. Read More »

North Korea crisis: South to accelerate pre-emptive strike capabilities

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The standoff over North Korea's nuclear weapons has entered a new, unsafe phase as its leader, Kim Jong Un , and President Donald Trump exchange personal insults and threats of war with no sign of a diplomatic solution. "The question of who won't be around much longer will be answered then", he said. The White House has however denied the North Korean claim that it had declared war. Read More »

An update in the Equifax hack and how Chicago is becoming involved

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CHRIS ARNOLD: Hey, Mary Louise. ARNOLD: I mean, it certainly wasn't surprising, right? If potential creditors can not see your credit report , they may not extend new credit. CHANG: And I gather some executives were selling stock well ahead of that announcement. Three of the company's executives are also under fire for selling nearly $1.8 million worth of shares after the hack was discovered, but before it was publicly disclosed, according to Bloomberg. Read More »

New Amazon Alexa gadgets lead to profits for Verisign

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Along with these new devices Amazon also revealed that its Echo Show is finally coming to the UK. "Echo Spot combines the popular small design of Echo Dot , the display of Echo Show , and the features you love about Alexa into an all-new, stylish and compact device", said Tom Taylor , Senior Vice President, Amazon Alexa . Read More »

Les Saoudiennes sont autorisées à conduire — Ça y est

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L'interdiction de conduire était l'une des mesures les plus symboliques de la discrimination envers les femmes au sein du royaume wahhabite. Les réactions, à l'international , se suivent et s'enchainent pour féliciter la décision, dite historique, du roi Salmane . Read More »

Les syndicats inquiets pour l'emploi — Fusion Alstom-Siemens

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Marie-José Donsion, directrice financière du groupe, a précisé que "la nouvelle entité vise une trésorerie nette à la clôture (de l'opération) de plus de 500 millions d'euros". Ce dernier devient en effet l'actionnaire principal du nouvel ensemble. Le français Alstom et l'allemand Siemens vont fusionner "entre égaux" leurs activités ferroviaires , une alliance économique pour contrer le géant chinois CRRC mais aussi politique, discutée entre l'Elysée et la chancellerie. Read More »

Progress Made but Not Enough to Open Trade Talks — EU on Brexit

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The latest setback for the Brexit negotiations comes just days after the Prime Minister's meeting with European Council President Donald Tusk , during which the Polish politician cast doubt on the likelihood of EU leaders giving the green light to phase two of discussions at a meeting next month. Read More »

People in West Michigan anxious about family in Puerto Rico

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With 90 percent of the island territory's cell towers out of service, people on the island are finding it impossible to communicate with loved ones on the mainland in the US, and rescue workers can't coordinate their relief efforts . Each has family in Puerto Rico. Republicans and Democrats had urged Trump to waive the Jones Act . According to Vox, Puerto Rico's infrastructure, power grid, and state of mind has been in complete disarray since Hurricane Maria made landfall. Read More »

Trump Pitches Tax Plan

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The current highest tax rate is 39.6 percent and the lowest is 10 percent. As for companies, the proposal would slash the corporate tax rate from 35 percent to 20 percent. For businesses, the corporate tax will be slashed from 35 to 20 percent. Few corporations now pay the 35 percent, thanks to loopholes. The man who brought America Trump Steaks, Trump Shuttle and Trump Vodka has a new product to sell to the nation: Trump Taxes. Read More »

Trump weighs lifting shipping restrictions for Puerto Rico; industry opposed

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Silva just returned to Richmond from two weeks in Houston, where he helped after Hurricane Harvey . "We are proud to be part of taking care of people when they need it most ". "Many of the folks that have gone out for a two-week deployment come back for a week and go back out again", she said. Governor Ricardo Rosello said it has been a challenge to deal with what he called a disaster of unprecedented nature. Read More »

Turkey stopping air communication with Iraq's Kurdish autonomy

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Kurds make up the fourth-largest ethnic group in West Asia and have long wanted a separate state of their own. "We are not ready to discuss or have a dialogue about the results of the referendum because it is unconstitutional", Prime Minister Abadi said on Monday night. Read More »

Is there a chance Tiger Woods never returns to golf? 'Yeah, definitely'

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Team assistant captain Tiger Woods addresses the media in a press conference during the practice round of The Presidents Cup golf tournament at Liberty National Golf Course. "Hopefully we can play together in some matches just like the old days". "I don't know how else to add to it", he said. Love said something that could have been hard - tearing him away from friends and school - turned out to be a blessing on a career and a personal basis. Read More »

Trump to unveil tax cuts Wednesday

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For example, will all income now taxed at 33 percent be taxed at 25 percent? Trump says, "it's time for Washington to learn from the wisdom of IN". Donnelly rode from Washington D.C.to IN on Air Force One Wednesday with the President ahead of the announcement. Increase the child tax credit and provide a $500 credit for care of nonchild dependents. Read More »

Facebook sends team to Puerto Rico to get island back online

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The NFL will also match donations up to $50,000 to theMiami and Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief Campaign of Miami Dolphins linebacker Kiko Alonso. Singer Marc Anthony, who was born in NY of Puerto Rican parents, told Trump in a tweet with an expletive thrown in to stop talking about the National Football League and "do something about our people in need in #PuertoRico ". Read More »

Marc Anthony Criticizes President Trump For NFL Obsession While Puerto Rico Suffers

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The 49-year-old singer criticized President Trump for focusing on National Football League protests, rather than talking about the hurricane-ravaged island. "We need all the help that we can get". "We're working with Mark Cuban and J.J. Barea". But more immediately, they face a lack of food, injuries, disease, infrastructure collapse, failing hospital generators, and a myriad of other logistical issues that amount to a humanitarian nightmare. Read More »

[LISTEN] Saudi Arabia to allow women to obtain driver's licences

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Other measures included allowing women to attend soccer matches and the inclusion of physical education in girls' school curriculum. "Women will no longer need a crutch to access the simple freedom of movement", she said. State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert says the U.S.is "happy" with the move. An employee of a local Saudi Toyota dealership tells AMEinfo: "We do expect sales to increase in Riyadh , but only by approximately ten per cent in the first year [of the ban being ... Read More »

Trump meets with House panel to talk up GOP tax plan

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The plan would likely cut the tax rate for the wealthiest Americans from 39.6 percent to 35 percent. Many Democrats , meanwhile, have said the details of Trump's tax plan would skew largely toward benefiting the wealthy and add trillions of dollars to the federal debt, potentially dragging down the economy with giant interest payments that would overshadow any prospects for growth. Read More »

Sessions Defends Campus Free Speech And Trump's Criticism Of NFL Player Protests

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But it is transforming into an echo chamber of political correctness and homogeneous thought, a shelter for fragile egos". JEFF SESSIONS: Freedom of thought and speech on American campus are under attack. Such speech codes and zones have been the subject of many challenges by the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE), which Sessions cited in his remarks. Read More »

Bali Volcano Eruption May Occur in a 'Matter of Hours'

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About 2,000 cows have also been evacuated from the flanks of the volcano. Host communities were providing food and water, while the central and local governments were providing tents, blankets and other relief. The 3,031-metre Mount Agung last erupted for nearly a year between 1963 and 1964, killing about 1,200 people. President Joko Widodo is scheduled to visit the evacuees at several camps on Tuesday. Read More »

U.S. slaps tariffs on Bombardier jets, ruling in favor of Boeing

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Bombardier employs around 5,000 people at a plant in East Belfast and signed a 5.6 billion U.S. dollar deal past year to provide up to 125 of its new C-Series aircraft to Atlanta-based Delta Airlines . He said the atmosphere in Bombardier was quiet and muted. She said: "The Department of Commerce ruling is a blow to the many families and workers who face a very uncertain future and hard times ahead". Read More »

Erdogan Warns Israel to Keep Hands Off Kurdish Independence

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Massoud Barzani , the Kurdish regional president who spearheaded the referendum , called for "dialogue" with Baghdad . Iraqi Shi'ite militias have fought on Assad's side against Syrian rebels and Islamic State . The United States and United Kingdom both pledged not to downgrade relations with the Kurdish government. Baghdad's order on Tuesday marked an escalation of the dispute over a referendum on the independence of Iraq's Kurdish population earlier this week. Read More »

Equifax CEO Quits After Massive Data Breach

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Richard Smith, who leaves with immediate effect, has joined a growing list of senior people that exited Equifax in the wake of the mega leak that affected in excess of 100 million consumers. One of the first plans he has during his retirement is an appearance at Senate Banking Committee hearing on October 4. That new leadership is interim CEO Paulino do Rego Barros Jr., who oversaw Equifax's Asia Pacific department, and has been with the company for seven years. Read More »

US sends more aid to Puerto Rico, a week after Maria

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Someone needs to say we got you. On Tuesday, Mr Trump said the United States was sending food, water and supplies on "an hourly basis". Puerto Rico's governor has appealed for federal help, warning the island is on the brink of a humanitarian crisis. Read More »

Trump's travel ban scheduled to end on Sunday

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The Department of Homeland Security employs nearly 2,000 people in about 80 countries around the world screening high-risk travelers seeking to visit the United States. The officials declined to say which or how many countries would be targeted. Justice Department spokeswoman Sarah Isgur Flores said the department was continuing to defend the executive order but could not comment on the ongoing litigation. Read More »

Roy Moore beats Luther Strange in Alabama GOP Senate primary runoff

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Robert Bentley appointed odd, the state's attorney general at the time , to fill the Senate seat until the next general election, in 2018. "All of Washington is watching to see what Alabama does", Moore said at a Monday night rally in south Alabama rally attended by Bannon, Brexit leader Nigel Farage, and " Duck Dynasty " star Phil Robertson. Read More »

GOP's Latest ACA Health Insurance Repeal Plan Appears Dead

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Rand Paul , R-Ky., and Sen. With the Republicans' narrow 52 to 48 majority, it only took three GOP dropouts to kill the bill . Kimmel has been speaking about the topic sporadically - once after his son, Billy, was born earlier this year, and again in recent days, as a new Republican effort to pass a repeal of Obamacare backed by Senators Cassidy and Graham gained some momentum. Read More »

German election result 'alarming — Turkey's EU minister

Its presence in the Bundestag has shifted Germany's political landscape. Ms Petry, who has long been locked in a dispute with more hardline AfD colleagues, won a seat in yesterday's election and still plans to serve as an MP. "We have understood our task - to be a strong opposition in this country and to defend democracy against those who question it and attack it", Mr Schulz told party members. Read More »