Deadline
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There's so much crazy stuff going on, and this whole Trump and Russia thing isn't going away anytime soon, Jimmy Kimmel forecast at the top of his ABC late-night show. According to a big story by the Associated Press, Trump's former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort who ran the Trump campaign for six months back in 2006 had a $10 million a year contract with a Russian billionaire. And his job was to promote the interests of Vladmir Putin. He says that while he did...
Politico
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Staffers lined up on the stairs, clapping as he made his way down. It was carried live by a local New York news station and by CNBCexactly the kind of grand send-off that fuels speculation about what he has in mind next. As it turns out, though, the “clap-out” is fairly common practice anytime someone leaves the US attorneys office. The bagpipers work at the courthouse as court security officers. They probably do something similar every two weeks or so, one lawyer in the office said. That the television cameras were there—well, that says more about the cameras than about Bharara. “I think people were pretty emotional about him leaving. It has been such a shock,” said one longtime deputy. “That he gets to stick it to Trump a little bit on the way out the door is I am sure something he enjoys.”
The Event Chronicle
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Oil, coal and natural gas are such effective energy sources because they can be stored and burned whenever needed—whether in a car’s gas tank or at an electric plant. Solar and wind generate electricity only when nature cooperates, and batteries are the lone way to store electricity to be used anytime. If batteries become cheap, powerful, safe and quick to charge, one of carbon’s big advantages disappears. The headline on the IEEE’s report even asked: “Will a New Glass Battery Accelerate the End of Oil?” This breakthrough could finally make gasoline-powered, emission-spewing cars seem as gross and old-timey as an outhouse. If Goodenough’s battery works as advertised, Tesla, General Motors and other automakers could sell electric cars that would travel 600 miles on a charge. Recharging would take about as long as a stop for breakfast at a Waffle House.
Top Speed
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Developed as a spiritual successor to the iconic Lagonda, the Rapide was launched in 2010 and became the companys first four-door in two decades. Updated to "S" specification in 2013, when it also received an upgraded V-12 engine, the Rapide soldiered on unchanged until 2017 and there werent many hints that Aston Martin is planning on doing something new anytime soon. However, the sedan was included in the new performance AMR program that the British firm launched at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show. Essentially a high performance brand similar to Mercedes AMG and BMW s M division, AMR is actually inspired by the Aston Martin Racing motorsport division and adds numerous bespoke features, as well as drivetrain upgrades. The AMR lineup will include two types of cars. There will be plain AMR models closely related to their road-going counterparts and AMR Pro cars with more extreme specs, including versions for track use only.
Collective Evolution
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How can we protect ourselves? What can we do to keep the eyes of the watchers' off of us? There are a number of ways, and different software is available to us, but ultimately, it's up to the technology community to push this issue forward. It's also important to address the potential here for further restrictions to be placed on our freedom. Just as we've experienced terrorism' in the real world, and the resulting heightened national security state, the threat of cyber terrorism could well be used to justify putting restrictions on the internet and our freedom of speech within it. Considering how effective false flag terrorism has been, I don't think we can rule out false flag cyber terrorism anytime soon.
Digital Trends
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This Finland native would love to see landscape photos of Mars, but since that won't happen anytime soon, he created his own variation. Using images from NASA's HiRISE and 3D mapping techniques, he created an incredible fly-over video of Mars. The post How a photographer created a video of Mars without actually going there appeared first on Digital Trends .
ITV
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unfair, and utterly unsustainable. Most people in Scotland are sick to death of the games most people in Scotland don't want another referendum anytime soon. Nick Dixon is at Holyrood for us. Nick, the stage is set for a direct clash between the two Parliaments? Yes, absolutely. That is inevitable
ITV
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Most people in Scotland are sick to death of the games, most people in Scotland don't want another referendum anytime soon. Nicola Sturgeon wakes up every single day thinking of ways to engineer another referendum because leaving the.
ITV
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Scotland even having a choice, would in my view, be wrong, unfair and utterly unsustainable. Most people in Scotland are sick to death of the games most people in Scotland don't want another referendum anytime soon. Nick Dixon is at Holyrood for us. Nick, the stage is set for a direct clash between the two Parliaments?.
Sky News
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as this plays out. Into this debate Theresa May's Scottish party leader said the Tory line. Most people in Scotland are sick to death of the games. Most people in Scotland don't want another referendum anytime soon. Just three years after the last one. And most people in Scotland see the plain common sense in our own position. That Brexit is going to be a major challenge for this country
Sky News
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the Tory line. Most people in Scotland are sick to death of the games. Most people in Scotland don't want another referendum anytime soon. Just three years after the last one. And most people in Scotland see the plain common sense in our own position. That Brexit is going to be a major challenge for this country. This was a protest about displaced Viking museum pieces
Hackaday
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Traditionally an issue with scent systems is the substance stuck in the lines, which this prototype overcomes with direct application from the reservoir. Yet to be solved is the availability for numerous different scents. This build came to our attention via an UploadVR article that does a good job of covering some of the scent-based experiments over the years. They see some of the same hurdles we do: odors linger and there is a limited palette that can be produced. We assume the massive revenue of the gaming industry is going to drive research in this field, but we won't be lining up to smell gunpowder and dead bodies (or rotting zombies) anytime soon. The more noble effort is in VR applications like taking the elderly and immobile back for another tour of places they'll never again be able to visit in their lives. Adding the sense of smell, which has the power to unlock so many memories, makes that use case so much more powerful.
Money News Steet Talk
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It's hard out there for retailers -- and it doesn't look like they'll be catching a break anytime soon.Researchers from Credit Suisse Group AG downgraded the retail sector Tuesday, saying the outlook's become bleaker than they'd thought it would in large part because of...
Sky News
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Most people in Scotland are sick to death of the games. Most people in Scotland don't want another referendum anytime soon. Just three years after the last one. And most people in Scotland see the plain common sense in our own.
Sky News
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to last June's referendum. The UK's Prime Minister will be the other key protagonist as this plays out. It's at this debate Theresa May's Scottish party leader said the Tory line. Most people in Scotland are sick to death of the games. Most people in Scotland don't want another referendum anytime soon
Sky News
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Scottish party leader said the Tory line. Most people in Scotland are sick to death of the games. Most people in Scotland on one another referendum anytime soon. Just three years after the last one. And most people in Scotland CD Lane commented in our.
Sky News
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the Tory line. Will be boys, and are sick to death of the games. Most people in Scotland, and a referendum anytime soon just three years after the last one and most people in Scotland see that plane, since in our own position. Brexit is.
The Economic Times
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Investors are more focussed on the unit economics, commercial business case and path to profitability,” said Ausang Shukla, director, Ambit Corporate Finance. “In some of the earlier investments companies are evaluating alternatives to provide an exit to the investors.” Payments though have been permitted, the regulator has been keeping a hawk’s eye and is unlikely to ease anytime soon. Lending is even more complicated where the Reserve Bank of India would hesitate to take any giant strides even though there is lobbying. “You need an organised and a regulated entity to ensure that the innocent and weak parties are protected,” R Gandhi, deputy governor at the RBI told a conference recently. “Any democratic set up cannot dismiss it quotingConsenting Adultargument. ‘Consenting adultargument cannot be presented when mass scale failure takes place.
Sky News
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Most people in Scotland don't want another referendum anytime soon. Just is the last one. Most people in Scotland to the plain common sense and are positioned. Brexit is going to be a major challenge for this country
Sky News
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unsustainable. Most hippos Scotland are sick to death of the games. Most people Scotland do not want a referendum anytime soon. Just two years after last one. To most people Scotland see the plain common sense in our own position
Techradar
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Techradar
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After you've taken a clip, you can then choose from a variety of editing tools such as filters, animated title cards and symbols. At launch it will only come with eight filter options, some of which have previously been seen within the Apple Photos app, but the company may decide to launch more in the future. There's also the option of 'Live Titles' that generate a caption over the top of your image from what you say directly to the phone. Why you'd use your voice over quickly writing out a caption is currently unclear though. The app will be landing on the Apple App Store next month, but an exact release date for Clips is not yet confirmed. There's no word on which specific iPhone models will be compatible with, but if your phone is running iOS 10 you're likely to be able to download the Clips app. Note that, as an iOS exclusive, you won't be able to download Clips on Android anytime soon. New iPad 9.7 launches
The Huffington Post
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The identity of the sharer even has an impact on consumers impressions of the news brand. The study demonstrates that when people see a post from a trusted person rather than an untrusted person, they feel more likely to recommend the news source to friends, follow the source on social media, and sign up for news alerts from the source. [ Media Insight ] HUFFPOLLSTER VIA EMAIL! - You can receive this daily update every weekday morning via email! Just click here , enter your email address, and click sign up. Thats all there is to it (and you can unsubscribe anytime). TUESDAYS OUTLIERS - Links to the best of news at the intersection of polling, politics and political data: -Gallup finds concern over illegal immigration remaining steady, but with a growing partisan divide. [ Gallup ] -Anna Maria Barry-Jester and Charlie Smart chart the possible effects of the AHCA.
Mashable
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Ellen DeGeneres had to go to the hospital this weekbut don't worry, she's not going anywhere anytime soon. The comedian pulled a Jimmy Fallon and injured herself on the way home after a night out and a couple of glasses of wine with her wife, Portia de Rossi. Luckily, she told the whole story on Monday's episode of Ellen . SEE ALSO: World's most excited tiny surfer is freakin' stoked to be back on 'Ellen' "I broke my finger. I know what you're thinkinghow can you host a show without the tip of your ring finger? I'm not going to let this beat me. I am not!," DeGeneres exclaimed. "So, you know how in gymnastics when you do a one-handed cartwheel and you have to spread the weight evenly between all your fingers? Well, I had two glasses of wine and fell into a door," she explained, then showed audiences pictures of the broken bones. Read more... More about Conversations , Watercooler , Ellen Degeneres Show , Ellen Degeneres , and Watercooler