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  • Weekend weather could remind you it's still technically winter

    Weekend weather could remind you it's still technically winter

    Isolated severe storms will be possible this afternoon , mostly along a line south of the Kansas City area, from Gardner, Kansas, to Sedalia, Missouri, according to the National Weather Service. Should storms develop, they could become severe with the main risks being large hail and damaging winds. Up to 2 inches of snow accumulation could fall, and the low will be around 32.

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  • Turkey, Russia, US Military Chiefs Weigh Anti-IS Measures

    Valery Gerasimov, Russian Chief of Staff, and Gen. Hulusi Akar, Turkish army chief, were conferring in Antalya when the Rangers landed in Syria. Turkey's military announced the meeting in a brief statement . The statement did not say when the meeting was held. The United States and Russian Federation have a way to deconflict aerial operations through a memorandum of understanding and regular video teleconference meetings.

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  • MP CM Chouhan orders inquiry in Bhopal-Ujjain train blast

    MP CM Chouhan orders inquiry in Bhopal-Ujjain train blast

    As per preliminary information, almost four persons were injured in the blast. Centre has sought report from Madhya Pradesh government on blast in Bhopal Ujjain Passenger in Shajapur district of Madhya Pradesh that injured eight people and Railway is linking it to another sabotage attempt.

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  • In Israel, Cuomo Offers Reassurances Amid Anti-Semitic Acts in US

    In Israel, Cuomo Offers Reassurances Amid Anti-Semitic Acts in US

    The governor flew out Saturday afternoon and will arrive in Israel Sunday morning with five staffers and a group of Jewish leaders. Both those efforts factored in to the presidential buzz. "We believe this is actually an opportune time to enhance the relationship because to the extent anyone believes that they can separate the NY people or the Jewish community or the NY people from Israel, they are sadly mistaken".

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  • 97-year-old twins die on the same day

    97-year-old twins die on the same day

    Police have said it appears Williams fell in the driveway, and Haley fell as she tried to go call for help. Jean Haley managed to reach the garage, while Martha Williams remained behind to lock the auto. An ambulance arrived to take the two elderly sisters to a Rhode Island Hospital. The twins were found dead outside their Rhode Island , US home.

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  • All you want to know about YouTube TV

    All you want to know about YouTube TV

    Facebook has plans for a standalone TV app, and Apple, already a player with Apple TV, has announced plans for making original TV shows. The service works on nearly device on which YouTube is available, the company said Tuesday. now there are no plans for global service. Then you get sports networks like ESPN, FS1, and NBSC. YouTube isn't ruling out working with those programmers down the line.

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  • Theresa May to accuse the SNP of

    Theresa May to accuse the SNP of "tunnel vision" on Scottish independence

    Davidson reportedly added that UK Prime Minister Theresa May had a response ready if Sturgeon attempted to ask for the power to organize another referendum at the upcoming Scottish National Party spring conference slated for March 17-18. " Theresa May is guilty of mind-boggling hypocrisy - it is her government's constitutional obsession with a hard Brexit which is directly threatening Scottish jobs and livelihoods".

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  • Zelda Breath of the Wild 1.1.0 patch notes for Day One

    Zelda Breath of the Wild 1.1.0 patch notes for Day One

    Legend of Zelda's chest opening music may even be more of a classic than Final Fantasy's victory fanfare - unfortunately the musical theme won't be making an appearance in Breath of the Wild . This, in turn, shakes up the traditional progression Zelda games have always followed, save for A Link Between Worlds on the 3DS. In recent weeks, one of the most debated topics on the parallel masterpiece of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is the Season Pass.

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  • Snowshoe competitor accused of sexually abusing a minor

    Snowshoe competitor accused of sexually abusing a minor

    Their initial visa applications were denied around the same time President Donald Trump issued an order barring travel into the US from seven countries, even though India was not one of those countries. "Personally I am very disturbed by the turn of events... I have full faith in American law and let the law take its own course", Mudasir said adding that the federation can't take responsibility for the acts of an individual.

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  • Google exec hints that Google Assistant is coming to the iPhone

    Google Assistant which was featured as one of the best features of Google Pixel devices will make their way to other smartphones. Google launched their Google Assistant with their Google Pixel device and while we did get an idea of how Google Assistant would be as the company did launch it first on Google Allo.

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  • Series of U.S. airstrikes in central Yemen

    Series of U.S. airstrikes in central Yemen

    The U.S. official familiar with the intelligence gathered from the raid told ABC News that information obtained in the January 28 raid included contacts on hundreds of AQAP sympathizers in the Middle East and in the West. The Yemeni officials spoke on condition of anonymity because they weren't authorized to speak to the media. AQAP is considered by many analysts to be al Qaeda's most capable affiliate, and the organization has been able to carve out a safe haven in Yemen amid the ongoing ...

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  • Trump intelligence nominee sees Russia, China, North Korea as main threats

    Trump's repeated praise for Putin has alarmed many in the intelligence community who see a resurgent Russian Federation threatening USA interests in the Middle East, in Eastern Europe and in the Arctic. He visited the country in 2013. Ben CardinBen CardinObama officials worked to leave investigators a trail on Russian Federation: report GOP chairmen reject Senate Dems" request on Trump's tax returns Dem leaders try "prebuttal' on Trump MORE (D-Md.), with documents, apparently to make any ...

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  • Deadline day: Filppula rejected deal to Toronto

    The Philadelphia Flyers traded Streit to the Lightning for Valtteri Filppula , a 2017 fourth-round pick and conditional 2017 seventh-round pick earlier Wednesday. Filppula has a list of 13 teams he can not be traded to without his permission. Two, to sign our players. Filppula's No-Movement Clause made him automatically protected in the draft, which put pressure on both Tampa's expansion decisions and 2017-18 payroll.

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  • USA user battle hots up ahead of Snap's IPO — Snapchat vs Instagram

    USA user battle hots up ahead of Snap's IPO — Snapchat vs Instagram

    Though mostly known for its app, Snap has made ventures into hardware before. It's popular with teenagers and younger millennials. In a sense, it's ahead of the game. But many of them are finding Snapchat harder to fit in with daily life. "It was like one more thing to do". "Older groups are now more likely to tune in for content".

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  • Samsung Galaxy S8 image leak shows it's really keeping the headphone jack

    Samsung Galaxy S8 image leak shows it's really keeping the headphone jack

    The video gave us a quick peek since the clip is very short. We've seen the blurry photos, read the rumors and pored over gorgeous concept designs. Its flowing curves covered the massive curved display pleasantly. In addition, both will have a 3.5mm headphone socket, a 12-megapixel iris-scanning technology, and rear-facing camera. It comes with a 3600 mAh non-removal Li-ion battery and runs with Android v6.0 Marshmallow version.

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  • ECO summit begins today in Islamabad

    Chinese Executive Vice Foreign Minister Zhang Yesui also attended this year's summit and placed an emphasis on connectivity. Sooronbay Jeenbekov said that collective and joint approach of the ECO member states will make the organization a vibrant platform for mutual cooperation and bring development and prosperity to the region.

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  • Abuse survivor quits Vatican's child protection panel

    Abuse survivor quits Vatican's child protection panel

    Collins, who was raped at age 13 by a hospital chaplain in Ireland, was the only active abuse survivor on the Vatican panel since British survivor, Peter Saunders, was stood aside a year ago for his outspoken criticism. He said he and the entire commission "will greatly miss her". Collins resigned from the global panel on 1 March, accusing senior Vatican officials of "shameful" resistance to the group's work and citing her "frustration at the lack of cooperation with the Commission by ...

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  • Iran tests new missile system

    The Iranian navy wrapped the last phase of a weeks-long naval drill on Tuesday, launching an advanced torpedo dubbed "Valfajr" following successful test-firing of a marine cruise missile the day before. Also assessed in the drills was the "telemedicine" medical assistance provision system, which enables remote medical diagnosis. Iran's armed forces hold routine military exercises throughout the year.

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  • New US commerce chief Ross may take a tough stance toward Japan

    New US commerce chief Ross may take a tough stance toward Japan

    During a Senate confirmation hearing in January, Ross said the Trump administration would focus on ending trade practices by China and other partners that are unfair to the United States. "Mr. Ross has extensive ties to Russian Federation". Mr Ross has indicated he will step down from his position as Vice-Chair of the bank to avoid any potential conflicts of interest.

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  • Trump seeks help of insurers to smooth Obamacare transition

    Trump seeks help of insurers to smooth Obamacare transition

    Kennedy's move comes after weeks of speculation about how Republicans would proceed with its intent to repeal and replace Obamacare. More than 30 states expanded Medicaid, and many are led by Republican governors and have GOP senators who have been vocal about making sure people who are covered by the expansion are able to maintain coverage.

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  • Blackberry Mercury Aka Blackberry KEYone Unveiled at the MWC 2017

    TCL, also the parent group of Alcatel, launched the new BlackBerry KEYone at Mobile World in Barcelona on February 25. The device, previously referred to as the BlackBerry Mercury, combines a full-size touchscreen with an old-school physical keyboard, plus a secure version of Google's latest Android 7.1 software .

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  • Houston Girl, 8, Shot and Killed After Surviving Car Crash

    Saturday morning. Police said the Pontiac and a third auto - a dark four-door sedan - were speeding when the Pontiac was hit by the vehicle the girl was in. "She didn't. She was only eight", Thomas told KPRC. "I called her name and I said, Are you OK?" At first she thought DeMaree was still sleeping, but then she saw blood on her jacket.

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  • Trump Says He'll Skip White House Correspondents' Dinner

    Trump Says He'll Skip White House Correspondents' Dinner

    Trump , who has spent the first month of his presidency tangled in various skirmishes with the media, took to Twitter on Saturday evening to announce the decision. Ronald Reagan did not attend in 1981 - after being shot - and Jimmy Carter and Richard Nixon did not always sit down for dinner. In 1930 the dinner was cancelled due to the death of President Taft, in 1942 it was cancelled due to the United States entry into the Second World War, and in 1951 President Truman cancelled it over ...

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  • United Nations envoy appeals to Syrian groups to take opportunity for peace

    Representatives from the Syrian government and opposition forces held separate meetings with United Nations envoy Staffan de Mistura on Friday in Geneva in the first full day of fresh talks that appear headed for failure. Following calls from the government, the Syrian opposition delegation in Geneva has condemned the Homs suicide bombings, but blamed Damascus for trying to take advantage of the attacks.

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  • Racing suspend Ali Williams amid cocaine investigation

    Racing suspend Ali Williams amid cocaine investigation

    The arrests occurred a little after 3am local time outside of a nightclub near the Champs-Elysees. It was reported the pair were intoxicated, had no identification, and were taken into custody. Former All Blacks lock Ali Williams was reportedly arrested for attempting to buy cocaine in central Paris . The arrests come only days after former All Black Dan Carter was forced to apologise for "a massive error of judgment" after he allegedly failed a drink-driving test in France.

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  • Betsy DeVos Defends Decision To Rescind Transgender Protections

    Betsy DeVos Defends Decision To Rescind Transgender Protections

    As you've probably read by now, Trump and Jefferson Beauregard Sessions have teamed up to roll back the rights of transgender students. That directive, they said , was improperly and arbitrarily devised, "without due regard for the primary role of the states and local school districts in establishing educational policy".

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  • At least 29 killed in auto bombing in Syria

    General Joseph Dunford met his Turkish counterpart Hulusi Akar on 17 February at NATO's Incirlik airbase in southern Turkey with talks focused on Washington's support for Syrian Kurdish militias in the fight against the Islamic State group and the Raqqa operation.

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  • Verizon Announces 5G Pilots as FCC Clears LTE-U

    According to Ars Technica , LTE-U has been proved to work without affecting the users of conventional Wi-Fi, as the technology constantly seeks the least utilized channels in order to maximize performance and efficiency for everyone. The 5 GHz band that this spectrum occupies is actually used by a variety of wireless technologies, including but not limited to Wi-Fi. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai said the move will allow wireless providers to place mobile traffic on the spectrum, which formerly only ...

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  • AMD Ryzen 7 1800X hits #1 best-selling CPUs on Amazon

    AMD has already claimed that its flagship processor beats the latter in Cinebench R15 multi-threaded, and by a considerable margin: 1,601 to 1,474. It's clocked at 3.30 GHz, with 3.70 GHz TurboCore. You can expect these to be extremely cheap and high on performance . Single-threaded performance , meanwhile, is also quite strong. And here, AMD matches the i7-6900K with a result of 162.

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  • Protests in California following officer-involved shooting involving teenagers

    Protests in California following officer-involved shooting involving teenagers

    Protesters stood outside the Anaheim home of the officer overnight with their hands raised, chanting, "Don't shoot the kids". That account is disputed in the video by the boy himself and by the boy's parents. The LAPD , however, says the videos "do not depict the entire event". "I'm only like freakin' 13!" After a brief back and forth, another teen appears to attempt to separate the struggle pair.

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  • Dylann Roof Went to Second Church After Massacre, Records Show

    In a videotaped confession to Federal Bureau of Investigation agents, Roof admitted to his role in the killings and told jurors in his closing argument that he still felt compelled to commit them. Other court documents say Roof admitted to a coworker that he was racist, and also regularly talked about Adolf Hitler and said he made sure to keep only 88 Facebook friends, referencing a number used as Nazi code for "Heil Hitler".

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  • Spicer says Trump believes directive on transgender rights is 'states issue'

    Spicer says Trump believes directive on transgender rights is 'states issue'

    The Education Department didn't immediately respond to a request to comment over the holiday weekend. The announcement suggests the Justice Department will rescind a policy enacted by the Obama administration created to protect transgender students from discrimination and harassment, which said students could use facilities that match their gender identity, from restrooms to dorms.

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