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  • McDonald's to collaborate with Uber to deliver food in US

    McDonald's to collaborate with Uber to deliver food in US

    But by partnering with Uber - which already has logistics networks built up in small, medium, and large-sized cities - McDonald's is able to bring delivery to markets like Florida and OH that typically don't have a lot of food-delivery options beyond your standard pizza or Chinese food order.

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  • Trump Asked Comey to Shut Down Flynn Probe

    Trump Asked Comey to Shut Down Flynn Probe

    He reportedly bribed the burglars, tried to stop the FBI from investigating the robbery, destroyed all evidence, and fired uncooperative staff members as well. According to the Times , Comey wrote in the February memo that Trump told him Flynn had done nothing wrong. The White House quickly responded to the Times story, claiming in a statement that 'the President has never asked Mr.

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  • Donald Trump 'asked Comey to shut down Flynn investigation'

    Donald Trump 'asked Comey to shut down Flynn investigation'

    One question is now gripping much of the US: Did President Donald Trump commit a crime in his first month in the Oval Office? Despite the White House's denials, the Times described "the existence of Mr. While the White House initially cited a Justice Department recommendation and Comey's very public handling of the Clinton email investigation as reasons, those explanations quickly shifted.

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  • HTC U 11 (aka Ocean) price, release details leaked

    HTC U 11 (aka Ocean) price, release details leaked

    The HTC U 11 is also said to ship with Baidu's DuerOS AI in China since there Google does not have a prominent footing in the Chinese nation just yet. Internal storage is pegged at 64 GB. The design ends up looking flashy if not glossy, with a 5.5 inch display at the front flanked by now-relatively-large bezels, a bottom-firing speaker and no 3.5mm headphone jack (though this time, the device comes with an adapter in the box).

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  • Former president calls on Iranians to support Rouhani in election

    Former president calls on Iranians to support Rouhani in election

    The previous administration's strategy was supposed to insulate the United States from conflict in the Middle East - which Obama believed had nothing to do with America's national interest. Rouhani's allies say his rivals oppose deeper change and exposure to worldwide competition in part because of the economic interests of the Guards, which gained control of swathes of Iran's industry during its years of isolation.

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  • Samsung Galaxy Note 7R gets Bluetooth certification as launch draws close

    Samsung Galaxy Note 7R gets Bluetooth certification as launch draws close

    In its report , Android Headlines claims that the phone will be launched in China and Korea, but likely won't reach markets in the U.S. and Europe. In spite of the seemingly catastrophic incident, the company is back on track with a vengeance, looking to make things right by customers and offer them a real premium experience with the next generation of Note smartphones.

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  • Families who sheltered fugitive Snowden looking for fast-track asylum to Canada

    Families who sheltered fugitive Snowden looking for fast-track asylum to Canada

    During that time they may be detained and the children placed in foster care. The people who sheltered Edward Snowden in Hong Kong have had their requests for asylum there rejected. Hong Kong-based attorney Robert Tibbo said Canada needs to take this "exceptional" step and allow the seven people to enter the country after the Hong Kong government rejected their asylum applications last Friday.

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  • What you need to know about North Korea's missile test

    This image made from video of an undated still image broadcast in a news bulletin by North Korea's KRT on Monday, May 15, 2017, shows leader Kim Jong Un at what was said to be a missile test site at an undisclosed location in North. State media paraphrased North Korea's leader as saying that "the most ideal weapon systems in the world will never become the eternal exclusive property of the US", warning that "the USA should not.

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  • List of most popular baby names in nation released

    List of most popular baby names in nation released

    Noah , Liam, William, Mason, James, Benjamin, Jacob, Michael, Elijah, Ethan. Wattenberg's theory could be the reason why the name Caitlyn dropped entirely off the list. The iconic cover of Vanity Fair magazine was featured the quote, "Call me Caitlyn ", with a photograph of Jenner taken by the Annie Leibovitz. If you think names on the agency's original list are completely outdated - think again.

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  • North Korea Tests Missile That Comes Dangerously Close to Russian Federation

    Tokyo said the flight pattern could indicate a new type of missile. The US military's Pacific Command said the type of missile fired was "not consistent" with an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), according to Reuters reports. The test "represents a level of performance never before seen from a North Korean missile", John Schilling, an aerospace expert, said in an analysis on the US -based 38 North website.

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  • Melissa McCarthy adds spice (and Spicer) as host of 'SNL'

    But here's the troubling news. The show aimed high by having McCarthy cruise the streets of Manhattan on a rolling podium in search of Donald Trump. On Saturday's "SNL" we saw how comedy can humanize our view of a person, as McCarthy turned Spicer into a sympathetic character. Reporter: "I'm pretty sure I can see him hiding in those bushes".

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  • Angry woman follows congressman down highway

    Angry woman follows congressman down highway

    Deputies say the two had been at a town hall meeting on the campus of the University of Tennessee at Martin. Officers said she began screaming at Kustoff and banging on the windows of his vehicle. "We promised the American people we would repeal and replace Obamacare, and today the House voted to keep our word and provide the relief". Kustoff defended his vote in a May 4 statement citing problems with the Tennessee individual market, and rising health care premiums.

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  • Python hunter wrangles in massive 16-ft snake

    Python hunter wrangles in massive 16-ft snake

    SFWMD is paying hunters like Crum $8.10 per hours with big incentives. A python hunter captured a massive 16-foot, 10-inch python in the Florida Everglades as part of the South Florida Water Management District's python elimination program this week, according to local reports.

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  • Jordanian stabs Israeli police officer, shot dead

    A 37-year-old policeman was stabbed and moderately injured in the attack. Closed circuit footage released by police shows a bald man in a jacket lunging at the uniformed officer and swiping a knife at him before pinning him to the ground. Seven Israelis have been killed by Palestinians during the same time period. Police said the attack was an act of terror. The Israeli authorities, meanwhile, say at least 48 Israelis have been killed in attacks by Palestinians over the same period.

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  • John Wall's game-winner pushes Wizards past Celtics, forces Game 7

    John Wall's game-winner pushes Wizards past Celtics, forces Game 7

    The home team has won all six games in this series, a trend that bodes poorly for Washington headed into Game 7 - unless Wall can put together another heroic effort, as he did on Friday. Whether or not actual handshakes will take place between teams that dislike one another so much following Monday's Game 7 will be an interesting footnote to a series that has been hostile.

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  • Theresa May pledges energy price cap if re-elected

    Theresa May pledges energy price cap if re-elected

    Mr Murray added: "A price cap, whether relative or actual, will lead to numerous best deals disappearing, prices finding a higher level and a growing market of disengaged customers". The chief executive of energy trade body, Energy UK , has said the proposed cap on bills "effectively risks giving up on competition at a time when we need engaged consumers more than ever".

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  • Israeli authorities release fabricated video to try to undermine Palestinian hunger strike

    Israeli authorities release fabricated video to try to undermine Palestinian hunger strike

    Hundreds of Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails are now on hunger strike over their conditions. Barghouti's family quickly countered the insinuation that the leader had broken his fast by pointing out the age of the image, and observing that the extreme right-wing Likud Party government of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was sinking to new lows in its attempts to discredit an ongoing and widespread hunger strike by Palestinian political prisoners within the Israeli prison system.

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  • Ex-Obama administration officials to testify in Trump-Russia probe

    Yates told the White House's lawyer, Don McGahn, that she thought Flynn was misleading them and the fact he was contradicting himself publicly could expose him to blackmail by the Russians. Yates' warning about Flynn in January capped weeks of building concern among top Obama officials, former officials told the AP. Yates said that during their interactions, McGahn asked her if the White House should fire Flynn.

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  • Wisconsin-based atheist group sues Trump over church order

    But pastors are already free to deliver political speeches, and regularly do. Many have criticized the order as vague as to what the federal government actually will do. Despite the president's show of the bill, policy experts say that the order will have little to no noticeable effect on current policy. Trump's executive order also allows private employers to use religion to deny reproductive healthcare to employees.

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  • Congressman Comer on Voting for American Health Care Act

    President Trump (center) celebrates with Republicans in the Rose Garden after the House approved the American Healthcare Act on Thursday. Lindsey Graham would not tip his hand on how he plans to vote: "Only after a careful review of the legislation, as well as discussions with the interested stakeholders across SC, will I know the answer to that question".

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  • Frat member told 911: 'We have a friend who's unconscious'

    Frat member told 911: 'We have a friend who's unconscious'

    The grand jury, aided by security camera footage, said the fraternity was heavily stocked with booze for the February 2 ceremony at which Piazza, a sophomore engineering student from Lebanon, N.J., and 13 others accepted pledge bids. Penn State University's president is calling a grand jury report into the death of a student after an alcohol-fueled fraternity event heart-wrenching, sickening and incomprehensible.

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  • Pakistan, Afghanistan dispute toll after clashes

    They said the Afghan government had been notified and given the coordinates of the border villages, where the census workers were going door to door. The clashes took place Friday at the Chaman border that divides Pakistan's southwest Balochistan province and Afghanistan's southern Kandahar, as Pakistani officials were carrying out a census count.

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  • Nigeria presidency releases names of 82 freed Chibok girls

    Nigeria presidency releases names of 82 freed Chibok girls

    The list was published early Monday after Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari met with the young women before leaving for London for medical checkups as fears for his health continue. The Rev. Enoch Mark, whose two daughters have been among the missing, was still awaiting word if they were among those freed. Pernille Ironside, acting representative of Unicef Nigeria, told Sky News: "These girls have faced horrific and unspeakable crimes and experiences".

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  • Oil prices rise on expectation of output cut extension

    Saudi Arabia and Russian Federation signaled they could extend production cuts into 2018, doubling down on an effort to eliminate a supply surplus just as its impact on prices wanes. Both futures contracts have dropped by more than 10 per cent in the last month despite moves by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and other exporters including Russian Federation to restrict supply to try to drain a global glut.

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  • AAP govt removes Kapil Mishra as minister, inducts 2 new faces

    AAP govt removes Kapil Mishra as minister, inducts 2 new faces

    The CBI had earlier registered preliminary inquiry against Jain to investigate the charges of money laundering against him. Sources in the party said Mishra was sacked because of his poor performance. The BJP leader said that now it has been proved that Kejriwal himself involved in scams. "I couldn't sleep all night after this", Mishra added. His sacking also highlighted the simmering tension between the leadership and Vishwas, which could snowball into a major crisis for the ...

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  • Israel strikes arms depot in Damascus

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu also declared in late March, "When we identify attempts to transfer advanced weapons to Hezbollah and we have intelligence and it is operationally feasible, we act to prevent it". Pro-government site Damascus Now said the explosion was near the city's Seventh Bridge, which leads to the airport road. On Wednesday, Israel's Defense Ministry said Minister of Defense Avigdor Liberman had discussed the situation in Syria with Russia's Defense and ...

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  • Lenovo Moto allegedly working on an Android tablet

    Lenovo Moto allegedly working on an Android tablet

    However, there's a leaked screenshot of the alleged tablet's highlighted feature - the Productivity Mode. The illustration appears to show two side-by-side apps, with closing applications handled by long pressing the app icon and dragging it upwards.

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  • Iraq PM: No US Combat Troops to Stay in Iraq After IS

    Iraq PM: No US Combat Troops to Stay in Iraq After IS

    Sylvia told reporters during a media round table on Wednesday that the goal of the mission in Iraq was to train, advise and assist their Iraqi counterparts. Separately, Captain Ali al-Bahadoli of Counter-Terrorism Service (CTS) said government forces had lobbed a barrage of missiles at an area west of Mosul , killing scores of Daesh militants.

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  • Kerala SSLC exam results 2017 to be out today

    Kerala SSLC exam results 2017 to be out today

    The Secondary School Leaving Certificate which is known as SSLC, Kerala in short; is actually the class 10th Exams for Students of Kerala. Click on the SSLC result link. Accordingly it was expected that the Kerala SSLC Class X Results 2017 would also be declared in April last week. A large number of candidates who are studying 10th Class in Kerala state appeared for the exams.

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  • Led coalition patrols Turkey-Syria border

    Led coalition patrols Turkey-Syria border

    Erdogan on Saturday repeated his call to the U.S.to cease its support of Syria's Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG), which Turkey views as a prescribed terror organisation. Turkey which is well-known for its inconsistent policy carried out air strikes in northern Syria and Iraq once again without proper coordination with the US and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation.

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  • In call to Trump, Chinese leader urges restraint over NKorea

    A USA guided-missile submarine made a port call in South Korea and the allied nations conducted maritime exercises Tuesday, while North Korea reportedly conducted a large artillery drill as tensions mounted on the divided peninsula. North Korea poses one the sternest national security challenges facing the 3-month-old Trump administration. Trump later told the UN Security Council ambassadors that "the status quo" was unacceptable and that the UN must prepare itself to issue further ...

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