STV
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All we need to be united, that's what I would say. So we can, you know, don't let them win. They call themselves Muslim - they aren't. They have no religion at all. The united spirit tends to come out a lot more, to be honest. I don't think it really causes any divisiveness anywhere
Daily Mail - USA
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Google said it would offer an audio-only option on its Duo video calls service to help in times of poor connection, and was adding a feature to permit file sharing in group chats on Allo.
Bleacher Report
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With scouts coming to South Bend Thursday, Kizer was in his element with a chance for him to rewrite the narrative about where his game is at heading into the NFL. Jordan Strack of WTOL-11 captured video of Kizer showing off his footwork as he dropped back to make throws: He's earned rave reviews for his arm talent. NFL.com's Mike Mayock has him ranked as the top quarterback in the 2017 draft class because of all the easy-to-see physical attributes. I think hes the prototype quarterback in the NFL, Mayock told reporters during a pre-combine conference call. Hes at 6-5, 235-, 240-pound quarterback. Hes got a big arm. Hes got a quick release. Hes athletic. Hes smart. Hes got enough athletic ability to move around the pocket. So I love his physical traits. I think hell work hard, and I know hes smart.
Radar Online
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Digital Trends
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Automated spam calls could become far less frequent under a new FCC ruling, which makes number spoofing much harder. It still needs to go through public consultation but it could become law by the year's end. The post Restricting robocalls: The FCC votes to block more automated phone call spam appeared first on Digital Trends .
Politico
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The poll also found that 61 percent disapprove of the way Trump is handling health care. Nearly half of voters — about 46 percent — said they will be less likely to vote for their member of Congress or senator for supporting the bill. More on the poll here . On Obamacare's 7th birthday, Obama urges Republicans against repeal. Call it coincidence, fate or irony, but seven years ago today then-President Barack Obama signed his health care law. In a lengthy statement issued this morning, Obama urged lawmakers to build upon the Affordable Care Act. “[I]f Republicans are serious about lowering costs while expanding coverage to those who need it, and if they’re prepared to work with Democrats and objective evaluators in finding solutions that accomplish those goals – that’s something we all should welcome,” he wrote. “But we should start from the baseline that any changes will make our health care system better, not worse for hardworking Americans.
Evening Standard
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BoingBoing
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Washington Free Beacon
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House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) said Thursday the plan to vote that day on the House Republican health care bill is a "rookie's error," before she appeared to criticize Americans who voted for President Donald Trump. During a press conference at the Capitol, Pelosi discussed the plan of Republican leadership to hold a vote on their Obamacare replacement bill on the seventh anniversary of the law's passing. "I don't know if you want to call this on Trump's part a rookie's error,' but you don't find a day and say, We're going to pass a bill,'" Pelosi said. Pelosi repeated that the timing of the vote was a "rookie's error" on the president's part before her voice started cracking. The White House and Republican leaders in Congress have been working this week to secure enough votes to pass the American Health Care Act, the GOP proposal to replace Obamacare.
Cnet
an hour
Commentary: A UK child unlocks his unconscious mother's iPhone by pressing her thumb to the home button and asking Siri to call for help.
Daily Mail - USA
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'It was a judgment call on my part,' Devin Nunes told reporters on Capitol Hill. 'Sometimes you make the right decision. Sometimes you make the wrong one.'
BoingBoing
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The base of the T is made from a more rigid plastic. It includes two printed transistors and what the researchers call a “pixel,” a circle of semiconducting polymer whose color changes when the crossbars stretch, modifying the electrical resistance of the silver strip. In fact, the transistors and the pixel are made from the same material; the transistors also change color slightly when the crossbars stretch. The effect is more dramatic in the pixel, however, because the transistors amplify the electrical signal from the crossbar. Demonstrating working transistors was essential, Sundaram says, because large, dense sensor arrays require some capacity for onboard signal processing. To build the device, the researchers used the MultiFab, a custom 3-D printer developed by (professor Wojciech) Matusik group. The MultiFab already included two different “print heads,” one for emitting hot materials and one for cool, and an array of ultraviolet light-emitting diodes.
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Voice Of America
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Radar Online
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A movie is in the works about Hillary Clinton and her amazing life, and legendary actress Glenn Close has been chosen to play the former first lady and presidential candidate! Glenn and Meryl [Streep] s names were both mentioned a lot but after Meryl got so political at the Golden Globes , producers thought it might be better to go with Close, sources said. PHOTOS: Revenge! Donald Trump Fighting Back Against Hillary Clinton’s Smear Campaign The film is rumored to focus on Clinton's career and marriage to BillStraight Shuter's Rob Shuter has all the latest gossip! We pay for juicy info! Do you have a story for RadarOnline.com? Email us at tips@radaronline.com, or call us at (866) ON-RADAR (667-2327) any time, day or night.
Daily Mail - Science
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EVO Reviews
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Pretty much straight away you sense the connection and detail through the steering. Of course there’s tons of grip and unshakable traction - anything less would be extremely negligent given the power and torque on-tap - but it’s the fact you now know how much you’re using and how much is left that marks the Chiron out as something special. Image 3 of 16 Image 3 of 16 Its weight and that endless plateau of torque mean its not a flighty, fighty machine in the style of a P1 or LaFerrari , but it manages to feel both planted and calmly agile. The steering is extremely well-judged in terms of response, so you’re soon guiding the Chiron instinctively. Accurately, too, which is always a confidence booster. It feels a size smaller than it is. The problem, if you can call it such, is the range and accessibility of the performance. A squeeze of the throttle sends you surging down the road with the insistence of an avalanche.
Western Morning News
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Listen to the latest episode of Grecians Gossip as the Devon Live team discuss all things Exeter City.We look ahead to the Grecians' home game against Yeovil Town this weekend whilst also talking about Ethan Ampadu's call up to the Wales standby list and give our opinions on how the League Two run-in is shaping up.This episode also features interviews with City boss Paul Tisdale and midfielder Jordan Tillson, who explains why reserve matches are a big boost at this stage of the season.If you...
The Hill
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Nearly a decade after the depths of the worst recession in eighty years, a rebounding economy has Americans on the move again - and those looking for a new place to call home are choosing the Sun Belt.New figures r...
Android Police
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Who doesn't love seeing movie tie-in games? Especially ones that call back to a cash-flush demographic of 20 to 30-somethings. Not only are these just an obvious advertisement, they often utilize detrimental gacha free-to-play mechanics. I mean, who wouldn't want this trendy new form of gambling shoved into their media? That is right, today's winner of egregious cash-ins off the backs of people's nostalgia is Power Rangers: Legacy Wars . Really, what is there to say? Read More Power Rangers: Legacy Wars morphs into an official release was written by the awesome team at Android Police .
Washington Free Beacon
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House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) said Thursday that the plan to vote that day on the House Republican health care bill was a "rookie error" before she appeared to criticize Americans who voted for President Donald Trump. Pelosi discussed the Republican plan to vote to repeal the Affordable Care Act on the seventh anniversary of the law's passing during a press conference at the Capitol. "I don't know if you want to call this on Trump's part a rookie's error,' but you don't find a day and say, We're going to pass a bill,'" Pelosi said. Pelosi repeated that the timing of the vote was a "rookie's error" on the president's part before her voice started cracking. The California Democrat also appeared to take a shot at Trump voters, saying that they voted for a president who will take away a program that benefits them. "More than $600 billion transferred upward at the expense of working families," Pelosi said.
Politico
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Nunes has said he is not in possession of the information yet and that he hopes it will be delivered to his committee on Friday. “At this point the only people who do know are the chairman and the president. And given that the president’s associates are the subject in part of the investigation, that’s wholly inappropriate, and, unfortunately, I think it really impugns the credibility of the chairman in terms of his ability to conduct an independent investigation,” Schiff said. During an earlier, brief exchange with reporters Thursday morning, Nunes was asked if the information he alluded to Wednesday came from the White House. Nunes stressed that “we have to keep our sources and methods here very, very quiet” and defended his “judgment call” to brief the president while other committee members were left in the dark, despite Trump and his associates being part of the focus of multiple investigations.