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  • Jasper man involved in I-69 crash that killed 3

    Jasper man involved in I-69 crash that killed 3

    Indiana State Police found a vehicle and an inverted pickup truck on the west side of I-69 near the 103-mile marker. ISP's investigation revealed that a Honda driven by David Rinehart, 46, of Newburgh, had struck a deer while driving southbound on I-69, and he pulled onto the shoulder.

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  • US Rep. Brady to push free trade deals with Trump administration

    The TPP was one of the free trade deals Viet Nam agreed to participate in, but it would proceed with other free trade agreements (FTAs) to create opportunities for companies to fuel economic growth. Ag would gain about $4.5 billion in net exports under the deal. Brushing off concerns about the fate of the agreement, Second Finance Minister Johari Abdul Ghani said earlier yesterday that regardless of whether the TPP is ratified in the US Congress, Malaysia was doing "great" in terms of ...

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  • Homeless have VIP seats for pope's Mass in St. Peter's

    Pope Francis suggested that Trump is "not a Christian" because he planned to build a wall at the Mexican border, according to The Guardian . Pope Francis, who earlier this year criticised the immigration policies of United States president-elect Donald Trump, repeated his concerns in an interview this morning with Rome daily, La Repubblica .

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  • Iran Reject Idea That Trump Could Scrap Nuke Deal

    Dutch Foreign Minister Bert Koenders said , "I think there is a realization this is a strategic moment for Europe right now". "Every U.S. president has to understand the realities of today's world", said Foreign Minister Mohammed Javad Zarif, one of the architects of the deal.

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  • Will fight corruption even if burnt alive, says an emotional PM Modi

    The Chinese media has appreciated the Prime Minister Narendra Modi's move of banning 500 and 1000 rupee notes, but not without a dash of criticism. "The people have chosen a government and they expect so much from it". But there are others who are lost in their own thoughts. Parliament begins its winter session on Wednesday; the opening will likely be taken over by opposition leaders like Mamata Banerjee accusing the government of punishing poor people with the decision to remove old ...

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  • Wentz earns first comeback win, Eagles beat Falcons 24-15

    The Falcons' problems on third down stemmed from their inability to run the ball on first and second down. Two plays into their initial fourth-quarter drive, Ryan found Taylor Gabriel alone for a 76-yard touchdown. Given the way Wisniewski has played, guard Allen Barbre could have a tough time getting his job back. "We didn't do that today". The offensive line was the reason the Eagles were so successful in the running game.

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  • Apple Reportedly Mulling Move Into AR Smart Glasses

    According to a report in Bloomberg , Apple is now testing a pair of smart glasses that displays "images and other information" and seamlessly connects to your iPhone, which is much like how the Watch operates. It's been well known for months now that Apple has been collecting AR talent and putting minds to work in secret on some type of consumer product. About Making Comments on our Site: Patently Apple reserves the right to post, dismiss or edit any comments.

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  • Forest fires force hundreds to evacuate in Appalachia

    Forest fires force hundreds to evacuate in Appalachia

    The Tellico Fire, 3 miles south of Almond, was at 9,965 acres and 33% contained Sunday afternoon. "The paper masks that they sell at Home Depot and Lowes really aren't helpful in the setting of wildfires because the little, fine particles from the smoke can just come right in so I wouldn't waste your money on that", said Khan.

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  • Obama says Trump recognizes 'this is different'

    In a White House news conference Monday, Obama said he advised Trump "to reach out to minority groups or women or others that were concerned about the tenor of the campaign" and "that's something that he will want to do". Obama added of his blunt-spoken successor that, "I think what will happen with the president-elect is that there are going to be certain elements of his temperament that will not serve him well unless he recognizes them and corrects them".

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  • Republican figures congratulate president-elect Trump

    Republican figures congratulate president-elect Trump

    He connected with - he connected in ways with people no one else did. "I think president-elect Donald Trump set the ideal tone last night for doing just this", he said. "For his part, Former president George H.W. Bush said on twitter, "(wife) Barbara and I congratulate Donald Trump (and) wish him well as he guides America forward as our next President".

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  • Facebook to do more to preventfake news

    Facebook to do more to preventfake news

    Tens of millions of Americans get their news from Facebook and an increasing amount of that news is fake . "And it creates this dust cloud of nonsense ", Obama said in Ann Arbor, Michigan in the run up to the election . The Facebook chief noted in his post that the 1.79 billion-strong community of users now have the tools to police " hoaxes and fake news" on the service-which to your correspondent sounds like an impossible task.

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  • Md. students march to Wheaton, downtown Silver Spring to protest Trump

    Md. students march to Wheaton, downtown Silver Spring to protest Trump

    Earlier, Los Angeles police had warned of the impending demonstrations in a statement that stated: "It is very hard to ensure the safety of children when they leave the safe confines of their school campuses". Administrators hope students will return to class quickly, but they did not ask them to stop protesting, Oakland Unified School District spokesman John Sasaki said.

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  • Firebomb attack on church in Indonesia's East Kalimantan injures children

    Kompas reported that one of the victims, a 3-year-old girl, died this morning after suffering severe burns to 70 percent of his body. Gen. Agus Riyanto. Indonesia has been experiencing a number of attacks this year often with home-made bombs or improvised explosive devices (IED). In August, an 18-year-old targeting a church in Medan stabbed a Catholic priest after his bomb failed to detonate.

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  • Best Games to Get for the PlayStation 4 Pro

    However, if you don't own a PlayStation 4 console and you are now looking to purchase a console to play the latest games, then you should go for the PlayStation 4 Pro . The PlayStation 4 Pro is somewhat a subtle upgrade from the standard PlayStation 4, but a number of features and processing muscle have been introduced to make the console look and feel more appealing with a wider array of audience.

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  • Powerful quake strikes near Christchurch, New Zealand

    A fractured road caused by an quake stops vehicle access 70 kilometers south of Blenheim on New Zealand's South Island, Sunday. The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said tsunami of up to about 1 meter were recorded. Prime Minister John Key told a dawn news conference in the capital Wellington , which was also shaken violently causing glass to fall out of tall buildings and structural stress, that two people had died.

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  • Trump to pick Reince Priebus as White House chief of staff

    Trump to pick Reince Priebus as White House chief of staff

    RNC Chair Reince Priebus, who worked diligently to keep Trump on track through the campaign for the White House, was picked for White House Chief of Staff by Trump. Bannon is the chair of the right-wing Breitbart News organization. "We had a very successful partnership on the campaign, one that led to victory", Mr.

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  • Social media key to Trump's victory

    Social media key to Trump's victory

    Trump also dismissed his opponents' use of their campaign spending, saying that "social media has more power than the money they spent, and I think maybe to a certain extent, I proved that". Trump said Saturday in his most recent tweet - number 33,981 since he joined the platform in 2009. Now do I say I'll give it up entirely and throw out, that's a tremendous form...

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  • Cutler, Bears undermine themselves in 36-10 loss to Bucs

    The bad news is that Martin was highly ineffective, averaging just 2.06 yards per carry with a long run of 10 yards. Or how about the pick-six he threw to Bucs' safety Chris Conti . "You win with guys like that". "Obviously, we didn't get the job done today". The Bears will also likely rely on rookie runningback Jordan Howard, who ran for a career-high 153 yards and a touchdown, making history in the process.

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  • SEPTA strike ends in time for Election Day with tentative contract

    Workers have been on strike since Tuesday. The state announced it would join SEPTA in court to permanently end the strike, citing its impact on the elderly, the disabled, students and the economy. SEPTA says service will be restored gradually Monday. The transit agency said it would hope to be at or close to full service within about 16 hours .

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  • NATO Says 2 US Service Members Killed in Afghanistan

    Taliban fighters briefly overran the city of Kunduz, the provincial capital with the same name, in early October, a show of strength by the insurgents that also highlighted the troubles facing local Afghan forces 15 years after the USA -led invasion of the country.

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  • Syrian rebels launch multiple attacks on gov't held Aleppo

    Syrian rebels launch multiple attacks on gov't held Aleppo

    The Russian Defense Ministry says the truce will last from 9 am to 7 pm local time. Humanitarian pauses created to allow both rebels and civilians to exit the city have been organised by Moscow and Damascus before, but have largely failed amid continued violence with both sides accusing the other of stopping people from leaving.

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  • Iran: Trump can overturn the nuclear deal

    Iran: Trump can overturn the nuclear deal

    It was the second time the stock has surpassed the limit following 130.9 tons registered in February.In July previous year, Iran and six major powers - Britain, China, France, Germany, Russia and the United States - struck a deal formally called the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action in which Iran pledged to curb activities such as uranium enrichment.

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  • Democrats bickering over next National Committee chair

    Sanders is gathering online petition signatures to deliver to the Democratic National Committee on behalf of putting Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.) at the helm. "Labor Secretary Tom Perez is eyeing the chairmanship of the Democratic National Committee (DNC), Yahoo News reported Friday". Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., who is expected to be the incoming Senate minority leader , has thrown his support behind Rep.

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  • Day To Honor Veterans

    Many of our RSVP volunteers are veterans, and it is with pride and gratitude that we say "thank you" to them and to all the men and women who have served and continue to serve our country. There are more than 731,000 veterans over the age of 65 in the Sunshine State.There are 187,000 military retirees who call Florida home. A volunteer visits each veteran and gives them a small token of appreciation along with a word of thanks.

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  • Facebook Bug Tells Users They Are Dead

    Facebook Bug Tells Users They Are Dead

    Given the acerbic political contest from which the country just emerged, when countless longtime friends, even family, were unfriended, many are left to wonder if there would be an alternative American history being written today if it were not for Facebook , Twitter and the like.

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  • Race tightening, Clinton leans on retooled Obama coalition

    Race tightening, Clinton leans on retooled Obama coalition

    Clinton painted a grim view of life for Hispanics under a Trump administration. The CNN Poll of Polls now shows Johnson and Stein at 4% and 3%, respectively. The momentum appears to be with Mr Trump, who has joked about having to stay on message, as the final weekend of campaigning approaches. "But what that does", Ayres said, "is bring us back to the structural advantages.

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  • DeRozan scores 37, leads Raptors past Thunder 112-102

    Standing in the way of another Charlotte win is two-time NBA All-Star Kyle Lowry , who although is off to a relatively slow start this season, is bound to start heating up soon for the Raptors. "Well, we had to do something", Casey said. He was running loose. G Rodney Stuckey (right hamstring strain) missed his seventh straight game. One game after the Hornets' reserves outscored Jazz backups 41-20, Clifford criticized his bench.

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  • Trump and Obama deliver message of unity

    Trump and Obama deliver message of unity

    He faces fractures within his own party, too, given the numerous Republicans who either tepidly supported his nomination or never backed him at all . But he promised a smooth transition. Both Obama and Clinton addressed young people directly, urging them not to become discouraged or cynical. Trump, the NY real estate developer who lives in a gold-plated Manhattan penthouse, forged a striking connection with white, working-class Americans who feel left behind in the changing economy and ...

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  • Apple's MacBook Touch Bar is actually a mini Apple Watch

    Apple's MacBook Touch Bar is actually a mini Apple Watch

    Touch Bar adapts to display controls most relevant to whatever application is being used, from email or typing text to video editing or music mixing, demonstrations showed. Nonetheless, there are those who suggested that Apple could still be working on the iMac and that the Cupertino-based company may soon come out with new and better models.

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  • Bernie Sanders Doesn't Rule out a 2020 White House Run

    Sanders, who endorsed Clinton after she beat him at Democratic presidential primary and campaigned for her against Trump , warned the Republican victor not to target minorities. He said: "Donald Trump tapped into the anger of a declining middle class that is sick and exhausted of establishment economics, establishment politics and the establishment media", and added that he would work with him where possible while "vigorously opposing" the "sexist, xenophobic and anti-environment policies" ...

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  • Banning of high denomination notes will combat terror financing: RBI

    Banning of high denomination notes will combat terror financing: RBI

    The PM had announced that that people can exchange or deposit their old notes in banks starting Thursday, 11 November. People have been lining up at banks as many arrived even before they opened . As many as 16.5 billion notes of Rs 500 denomination are in circulation now while 6.7 billion Rs 1,000 notes are in market. "Initially, there will be restrictions on withdrawal, but as the supplies of new Rs 2,000 and 500 notes improve there would be relaxation given as early as possible".

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  • Pope Francis meets ex-priests in gesture of mercy

    Pope Francis meets ex-priests in gesture of mercy

    The Pope's "Jubilee of Mercy" year, which ends this month, has brought more than 20 million pilgrims to Rome, the Vatican said on Thursday. The situation of refugees and immigrants is today the main concern for Pope Francis, who expressed his interest in the immigration crisis in an interview with the newspaper La Repubblica , published today.

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  • What A Trump Victory Means For The ACA's Future

    Health care costs account for roughly one-fifth of the USA economy, 17.5 percent of the GDP and any changes to the ACA would impact industries that recently came to the defense of the law, writing briefs for the Supreme Court in support of the administration when it was challenged on subsidies.

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