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says about the 2015 general election, saying that labour's incompetence means that you could not possibly have strong NHS and a stronger economy, Jeremy Corbyn's economic policies would prevent that from happening. -- ire
The Sun Daily - World News
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Macron and Le Pen stood grim-faced among hundreds of mourners as Xavier Jugele's gay partner delivered a moving eulogy to the 37-year-old officer, whose shooting was claimed by the Islamic State group. Macron and Le Pen differ starkly on how to protect France, still reeling from a string of jihadist attacks since 2015 that has claimed more than 230 lives. Le Pen has called for France to take back control of its borders from the European Union and deport all foreigners on a terror watchlist, accusing Macron of being soft on terrorism. Macron has urged voters not to "give in to fear" and vowed to step up security cooperation with EU partners. On Wednesday, Macron will visit a household appliance factory in Amiens, northwest of Paris, that is threatened with closure, before holding a rally in Arras, a city in the northern rustbelt where the FN is strong.
Politico
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Pruitt has emerged in recent weeks as one of the administration's leading critics of the 2015 Paris deal, calling it a bad deal for America in a recent interview. An EPA spokesman confirmed Pruitt attended the NMA meeting, saying that he discussed the problems with the Paris agreement.” The NMA board's decision is the latest evidence of the split within the coal industry over the Paris deal. Several major coal companies have signaled their openness to the U.S. remaining in the Paris agreement if the White House can negotiate more global support for technology that would reduce the carbon footprint of coal. But other coal companies, including Murray Energy, which is led by Trump supporter Robert Murray, are vociferously opposed to the accord, which has won the backing of nearly 200 nations. The NMA vote was 26-5, with some members abstaining, according to one source.
SiteProNews
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It’s no surprise that it’s popular among mobile users on the go. Would it surprise you, though, to find out more and more people are using it at home? According to the 2016 KPCB Internet Trends report , 43 percent of people use voice search in their home: And as the technology improves, so does the adoption of voice search on mobile devices and voice assistants like Google Home: Google is leading the charge to improve voice recognition technology. In November 2015, Google announced that the Google app had improved its capability to understand the meaning behind voice searches . Just before that, RankBrainGoogle’s machine learning artificial intelligence systemhit the scene. RankBrain makes interpreting queries (including voice searches) and matching them to the best search results easier for the Google search engine. To read the remainder of Bruce’s article, please click here .
Mashable
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After Connie Dabate was killed in her Connecticut home, just two days before Christmas 2015, her obituary described her as "beloved wife and best friend of Richard Dabate." Fast-forward more than a year later and her "best friend" is the lead suspect charged with his 39-year-old wife's murderthanks in part to her Fitbit, according to an arrest warrant reported in the Hartford Courant . SEE ALSO: Man busted for arson after his pacemaker snitched on him Connie's Fitbit has become integral in piecing together her murder. Prosecutors say her husband's alibi that a masked intruder attacked him first and then went after his wife just doesn't add up. He was arrested on suspicion of murder earlier this month and released on a $1 million bail last week. Read more... More about Alibi , Murder , Fitbit , and Tech
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Variety
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Channel 4
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'She arrived in 2015. 'Unlike TV star Eun-Hye, whose family had money, 'Suu Yeon's lie in North Korea was very different. 'She's still adapting to her new life here.' SHE SPEAKS IN KOREAN.
Daily Mail - Australia
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Shelley Dufresne, 34, pleaded guilty in 2015 to having sex multiple times with a student, then 16, in Destrehan, Louisiana. The trial Tuesday revealed the two would have sex after football practice.
TYT YouTube
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Center-right country my ass. Cenk Uygur, host of The Young Turks, breaks it down. Tell us what you think in the comment section below. http://tytnetwork.com/go "In November, voters gave control of the White House and Capitol Hill to the party traditionally associated with reducing the size of government. But now, a record number of Americans say that the government should do more — not less — in order to solve the nation's problems. A new NBC News/ Wall Street Journal poll finds 57 percent of the public saying that the government should do more to solve problems and meet the needs of Americans, versus 39 percent who said the government is doing too many things better left to businesses and individuals. That's the highest share yearning for a more active government since the poll began asking voters about the role of government in 1995. And it's a significant shift even since 2015, when 50 percent said that the government should do more while 46 percent complained that it was too active.
TIME - Top Stories
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A Connecticut man was arrested and charged with the murder of his wife after police found that Fitbit data didn't match his alibi . Connecticut's Richard Dabate was accused of killing his wife Connie, who was found dead from gunshot wounds at their home in December 2015. Dabate said an unknown intruder broke into their house before shooting his wife and subduing Dabate with precision use of pressure points. But investigators have uncovered inconsistencies between his account and that of the devices he and Connie used, including the fitness tracker she wore on her wrist. Evidence from her Fitbit, which works as a digital pedometer to keep track of the wearer's daily activity, shows she was up and moving an hour after Dabate claimed she had been attacked. It further pokes holes into his account of her morning, noting just how far she moved after arriving home.
Autocar
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The first will focus around the new A7, which is due to be revealed at the 2017 Frankfurt motor show in September. The second step will be reflected on the fourthgeneration A3. The latter is due to be revealed in 2019, according to officials privy to Audi’s future model plans. With an exterior heavily inspired by that seen on the Prologue concept in 2015, the new A7 dispenses with the familiar look of today’s model in favour of a more tightly drawn appearance. New Audi A8 to feature more lightweight tech At the front end it features a wider, but shallower, eightcorner single-frame grille and distinctive trapezoidal shaped headlamps featuring Audi’s LED Matrix lighting technology with a new design of graphics. The new A7 uses tauter surfacing forms than its predecessor. Also set to feature on the upmarket four-door saloon-cum-coupé are new feature lines along the flanks.
Sky News
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Weddings captured for posterity not by a photographer, by a video camera attached to a drone. Weddings where birds fly through the church. There is one that I particularly like, an owl that delivered the rings at a wedding in America in 2015 flew into a window and crashed to the ground. People have more money than sense perhaps
Sky News
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But a Chelsea old boy came back to equalise. Oriol Romeu diverted Manolo Gabbiadini's cross into an empty net against the side who allowed him to leave in 2015
South China Morning Post
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Charles Li Xiaojia, the highest paid among Hong Kongs financial regulators, had his 2016 bonus cut by a quarter because of lower turnover in the citys stock market. Li, chief executive of Hong Kong Exchanges Clearing Ltd., received a performance bonus of HK$11.25 million (US$1.45 million) for 2016, down 25 per cent from HK$15 million a year earlier, according to the local bourses annual report. His 2015 bonus was 27 per cent higher than in 2014. The former JPMorgan...
South China Morning Post
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Mondoweiss
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Barghouti said, “more people and grassroots movements will feel the moral imperative to join the BDS movement for Palestinian human rights as the most effective form of solidarity.” Barghouti’s commentary was sharp and at times funny, inspiring multiple rounds of applause and two standing ovations from the crowd. “BDS cannot claim full responsibility for Israel’s growing academic, cultural and increasingly economic isolationBarghouti said. “For Israel itself deserves a big share of the credit,” noting that Israel’s 2015 election effectively installed the country’s “most racist government ever.” Barghouti noted that support for BDS is specifically growing among millennial American Jews who have begun distancing themselves from the Jewish state in growing numbers. Despite this shift taking place among the American Jewish community, the pro-Israel lobby enjoys some support on American college campuses still.
Sky News
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the rings at a wedding in America in 2015 flew out a window and crashed to the ground. People have more money than sense perhaps. Marriages are regarded as mere contracts that can be discarded at will, so the more vacuous marriage becomes, to the great tragic detriment of the parties involved,.
NewsMax
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The number of illegal immigrants living in the United States in 2015 fell to its lowest level since 2009 – a drop marked by a steady decline in the number of illegal immigrants from Mexico, a new study showed.
The Herald - Business
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Variety
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Martha Lavey, ensemble member and former artistic director of the Steppenwolf Theatre in Chicago, died Tuesday. She was 60. Lavey has spent nearly two years recovering from a debilitating stroke that she suffered in May 2015. She had another stroke earlier this month. As faithful friends, audience members, donors, staff, artists, mentees and members of the Steppenwolf... Read more »
Sky News
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But a Chelsea old boy came back to equalise. Oriol Romeu diverted Manolo Gabbiadini's cross into an empty net against the side who allowed him to leave in 2015. It's now 11 games since Chelsea's last clean sheet
Daily Mail - Racing
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The team behind 2015 Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Coneygree have admitted they have to be realistic as they go into battle with 2017 Gold Cup winner Sizing John