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  • Witnesses refuse to testify in hearing on Clinton's email

    Witnesses refuse to testify in hearing on Clinton's email

    Pagliano drew the ire of the committee chairman, Representative Jason Chaffetz , who said Pagliano was "thumbing his nose at Congress" for not showing up and vowed there would be consequences for his absence. One witness, Justin Cooper, a former White House aide to President Bill Clinton, was the lone witness and answered the committee's questions for almost two hours.

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  • Ben Barnes Lands Role on Netflix's

    Ben Barnes Lands Role on Netflix's "The Punisher"

    He is now in HBO's Westworld . Barnes is rumored to be playing Bobby Saint . The rumor is he'll play the villainous Bobby Saint and therefore give Jon Bernthal something real sleazy to shoot at. They already have "Daredevil" with three seasons and " Jessica Jones " with two seasons. Collider stated that " The Punisher " will tackle more about the heroic world of Hell's Kitchen.

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  • Trump campaign manager confronts CNN anchor in testy exchange

    Trump campaign manager confronts CNN anchor in testy exchange

    Trump , his health, is 'astonishingly excellent, '" CNN anchor Alisyn Camerota said on " New Day ". Conway asked, " Are you calling him a liar? ". But on the health issue, he's also promising to offer up more information, in typical Trump style - a grand reveal of the results of his physical last week will go down on an episode of " The Dr.

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  • Tennessee House debates whether to oust member

    Tennessee House debates whether to oust member

    Many of them agreed with Durham's due-process argument, noting that the lawmaker hadn't been charged with a crime and that alleged victims and witnesses weren't interviewed under oath. Durham faced allegations of sexual harassment detailed in a state attorney general's report. House Chief Clerk Joe McCord , however, continually pointed out the Constitution gives the House of Representatives "absolute power" to set its own rules, punish members for misconduct and expel them.

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  • Won't turn in your Note 7? Samsung will gimp your battery

    Of the 3,329 respondents, a whopping 48.5% said they'd switch to iPhone. The batteries explode after overheating due to a short, so while we can't imagine a lower charge will stop the batteries from exploding outright, the hope is that gimping the battery will at least remind owners they need to turn their devices in.

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  • HP to Pay $1.05 Billion for Samsung Electronics Printing Operations

    The deal takes aim at the $55 billion copier industry, which HP said "hasn't innovated in decades". Calling it the largest print acquisition in its history, HP said the addition of Samsung's printing business will accelerate growth, strengthens the laser printing portfolio that its established with Canon, and paves the way for printing innovation.

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  • The Oakland Raiders' Color Rush Jerseys Have Arrived

    The Oakland Raiders' Color Rush Jerseys Have Arrived

    In a statement, Nike announced that 100% of the proceeds from " Color Rush " jerseys would go towards the NFL Foundation. The Lions' Color Rush uniform features a black jersey with blue numbers outlined in white trim, black trousers with a thick blue stripe between two silver stripes and two white stripes as well as black socks.

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  • US approves record $38bn Israel military aid deal

    US approves record $38bn Israel military aid deal

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office confirmed in a brief statement that a deal had been reached, but offered no additional comment. Last month journalist Glenn Greenwald writing in for The Intercept noted Israeli living standards already surpass those in the U.S.in some critical areas.

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  • Eid-ul-Azha today

    Eid-ul-Azha today

    In Gilgit, Eid prayer was offered at Konodas Eidgah, Eidgah Jamia Imamia and Shah Karim Hostel . Eid-ul-Azha, the second largest religious festival of Muslims, is being celebrated in Dhaka and elsewhere across the country with due solemnity and religious fervor amid rains today.

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  • Parliament may have to ratify Brexit legislation - Davis

    Parliament may have to ratify Brexit legislation - Davis

    The latest move came weeks after British Prime Minister Theresa May said that the triggering of the Article 50 did not need the approval of parliament. "Parliament's assent could be sought by means of legislation or through resolutions tabled in both Houses of Parliament". The Government has set out clearly its position, which is that this is a decision for Government.

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  • Syrian gov't: Two Israeli warplanes shot down

    Israel Defense Forces has rejected Syrian claims that its military destroyed an Israeli warplane and drone early Tuesday near Golan Heights. Tuesday's mortar explosion was the fourth such incident in recent weeks, it said. Syrian state media said Israel's alleged attack was in support of opposition armed groups fighting the government of Syrian president Bashar al-Assad.

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  • Packers offensive line ready for challenge against Vikings

    Packers offensive line ready for challenge against Vikings

    Remember when the then-Dallas Cowboys running back totaled 392 carries for 1,845 yards and 13 touchdowns, to go along with 57 catches for 416 yards? In last season's opener, Peterson had a similar statline of 10 rushes for 31 yards. The injury to Rhodes raised an extra opportunity for Waynes. The Minnesota Vikings used a pair of defensive touchdowns and four field goals from Blair Walsh to top the Titans 25-16 in the season opener in Nashville.

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  • House on track to vote Thursday on impeaching IRS chief

    House on track to vote Thursday on impeaching IRS chief

    Some Republicans have anxious that Koskinen's impeachment is an unnecessary wedge issue , in which moderates, given all the issues facing Congress, will be turned off by a seeming political witch hunt, and conservatives, given all the things Republicans can't agree on, will be angered if their party can't even come together to hold Obama administration officials accountable.

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  • Pneumonia brings Hillary Clinton's health back as hot issue

    Trump on Monday brushed aside any speculation that Clinton might be replaced as the Democratic nominee, but said of the candidate's health: "I think it's an issue". After the "presidential forum" in NY last week, in which Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump took questions in serial fashion but didn't appear together, much of the critical reaction fell not on them but on the moderator, NBC News' "Today" host Matt Lauer, who is known more for dealing with entertainment figures than with ...

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  • UN envoy cautious ahead of Syria cease-fire

    UN envoy cautious ahead of Syria cease-fire

    He indicated that the Russian-US deal focuses on the necessity of separating terrorists from the "Syrian opposition", adding that the agreements include designating the areas where the armed terrorists will be targeted only by the Russian and the US air forces without the participation of the Syrian air force.

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  • 7 memorable quotes from the presidential forum

    7 memorable quotes from the presidential forum

    No, not to take them out. And we all know that many outlets in the press apparently lack the wherewithal to call him out - and help voters understand that what they're hearing from Trump isn't just normal political talk, but an unprecedented descent into unqualified nonsense from a major-party presidential nominee.

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  • Clinton blasts Trump's comments on military generals, Putin

    She started on Thursday night with an address to the National Baptist Convention, made up primarily of African-Americans, that focused on her own religious life. Not everyone in Scranton was thrilled with Chelsea's visit. Obama is expected to hit the campaign trail with Clinton when he returns to the United States, with voter turnout likely to be a key theme.

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  • Alabama players bypassing grudge match talk against Ole Miss

    We're going to continue to work with the quarterbacks, and continue to rep them to get them better. The Rebels got their first win of the season this past Saturday, defeating Wofford, 38-13. Although the top-ranked Tide may be averaging 183 rushing yards per game, that stat is misleading given how two runs from sophomore Damien Harris accounted for 49 percent of Alabama's 242 rushing yards in the opener against Southern Cal.

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  • Ryan trashes Putin but won't call out Trump for praising him

    Both Republicans and Democrats denounced Putin's action in Ukraine and have warned that the Russian president is growing more aggressive. During the NBC News forum Wednesday in which Trump was interviewed separately from Clinton, Trump said he thinks if he is elected and succeeds Obama as president he would have a "very good relationship with Putin".

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  • Clement scores twice, No. 10 Wisconsin stuffs Akron 54-10

    Clement scores twice, No. 10 Wisconsin stuffs Akron 54-10

    Where are the wide receivers? There's always things you can improve on and that's the truth. "I feel like we're really dynamic now", Peavy said. The senior rushed for 111 yards on 21 carries before departing late in the second quarter. Edwards suffered the injury during summer workouts. Now that he is fully healthy, he is showcasing the gifts that made him a four-star recruit from Ohio.

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  • Iran begins construction on 2nd nuclear power plant

    Iran begins construction on 2nd nuclear power plant

    Both the Iranian vice president Eshaq Jahangiri and Russia's nuclear chief Sergey Kirienko were also present at the ceremony, which was described as a forward step in the country's relations. It went online in 2011, and the two countries have agreed to cooperate on future projects. The agreement spells out a 10-year limit on Iran's centrifuges, a 15-year limit on how much it can enrich uranium and a 25-year period for U.N.

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  • String of Bombings Hits Syrian Government-held Areas

    String of Bombings Hits Syrian Government-held Areas

    Two explosions have rocked the highway well short of the entrance to the Syrian port-city of Tartus, western Syria , which houses a Russian naval base. The Syrian Observatory put the total death toll for Monday's attacks at 47. The state media reported on Monday that Around 38 people lost their lives in a series of Syria bombings in the government held areas of the city.

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  • Notice to JD-U MLA for being present at Shahabuddin's release

    Notice to JD-U MLA for being present at Shahabuddin's release

    I will ask you people as well not to give space and time to such issues". "Our government will not tolerate people with criminal antecedents". We have not paid attention to such things in the past. Meanwhile, senior Bharatiya Janata Party leader and former deputy chief minister Sushil Modi vowed, on Monday, to organise a "Vishaal Dharna", seeking the state's intervention in revoking Shahabuddin's bail, ANI reported.

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  • Hillary Clinton recovering from pneumonia, says doctor

    However, a video posted on Twitter by a person who was at the memorial showed Clinton, surrounded by her staff and Secret Service agents, stumble and her legs buckle as she tried to get into her auto. Dr. Lisa R. Barback said Clinton was examined at her home in suburban NY and "is now rehydrated and recovering nicely". Her campaign said she had felt "overheated" and was taken to her daughter Chelsea's apartment in the posh Flatiron building in the city.

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  • Stark divide as Clinton, Trump talk foreign policy

    As has been the case through the campaign, Trump remained vague on foreign policy details, and at times dropped troubling comments, such as praise for Russian President Vladimir Putin. Trump argued his approach would create "a massive education market", one that produces better outcomes than the nation's existing public education system.

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  • Nico Rosberg wins Italian Grand Prix to cut Lewis Hamilton's lead

    We have made improvements so you've seen better starts, but we are still caught out by the random variation that we have from one start to another. Hamilton qualified on pole for the race of Monza but was slow off the line and went into the first turn in sixth position, informing Mercedes it was his fault.

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  • Everything the PS4 Pro can and can't do

    The Witness now runs at 60fps on the PlayStation 4, and it will do the same on the PS4 Pro . The PlayStation 4 Pro, which is targeted at more serious gamers and features a 1TB hard drive, will be available starting November 10 with a retail price of $399.

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  • MASSIVE new feature launches, as Pokemesh gets new patch

    MASSIVE new feature launches, as Pokemesh gets new patch

    This system is also used to alert you to any nearby Pokemon in your area. The update brought with it a few new features, including the Buddy System, in which you can take your treasured Pokémon on walks to earn sweets. For instance, players will now have an easier time selecting smaller Pokemon spotted on the map. Then tap the menu button in the lower right corner.

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  • United Kingdom education reforms spark debate on class and the classroom

    During a debate in the Commons on Thursday, many MPs spoke of their own grammar school history - with Mrs May herself the product of a selective school. What are Theresa May's plans for education reform? According to the Green Paper published yesterday conditions for an expanding grammar would include taking a proportion of pupils from lower-income households, setting up a new non-selective secondary school or establishing a feeder primary in low-income area.

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  • Small Details and Observations From Apple's iPhone 7 Event

    Small Details and Observations From Apple's iPhone 7 Event

    What does that mean? Apple is calling the iPhone 7 a major design change from previous devices. Along with the announcement for the Apple iPhone 7, the American giant also unveiled the new generation of Apple Watch. The Airpods contain infrared sensors to detect when they are in the user's ears. Pairing the AirPods was very easy. Most wireless carriers now offer a monthly buy-to-own option as standard.

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  • Zuma has paid back the money

    Zuma has paid back the money

    During the spending scandal, some lawmakers from another opposition party, the Economic Freedom Fighters, disrupted sessions with chants of "Pay back the money" and were forcibly removed by security guards. Ngqulunga said: "There was no special dispensation for the president, he received the loan on standard terms, the same terms as anybody else". It added that the president raised the money through a home loan.

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