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Leaked memo: If your MacBook keyboard dies, Apple will fix or replace in one day

If your Apple MacBook keyboard is problematic, getting it fixed at a Genius Bar just got a lot easier. Apple has now mandated that its Geniuses repair or replace MacBook keyboards by the next working day. The post Leaked memo: If your MacBook...
Topics: MacBook, Apple

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Mick Mulvaney blames Obama after he’s busted for hushing White House discussions about Russia

Acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney seems to have freaked out after the New York Times revealed he leaned on Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen to keep President Donald Trump out of the loop about election...
Topics: Barack Obama, White House, Russia, Donald Trump

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Trump Blames Brits For Spying A Day After Accepting A U.K. State Visit Invitation

Just one day after accepting an invitation to visit London this summer as a part of a state visit, Donald Trump is once again fanning the flames that British intelligence played a role in spying on his 2016 campaign for president. The Daily Mail is...
Topics: Donald Trump, United Kingdom, London

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Cindy McCain Says She Has ‘No Intention’ of Getting Involved in 2020 Politics After Report on...

UPDATE –– 2:35 pm ET: Since the publication of the initial report, Cindy McCain has put out a statement saying she has no intention of getting involved in 2020 politics. Joe Biden is a wonderful man and dear friend of the McCain Family....
Topics: Joe Biden

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Here's Why RPC, Inc. Stock Is Down 17% Today

Shares of RPC, Inc. (NYSE: RES) were down 16.5% as of 12:57 p.m. EDT today, following the release of the oil and gas industry service provider's first-quarter results, and an announcement that it was cutting its dividend in half.In short, RPC's...
Topics: US Equity Markets, Dividend

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Russia Continues Record-Setting Bullion Brick Buy-Up With 19-Tonne Gold Purchase

Earlier, the central bank reported breaking a five-year gold and forex reserve record as total reserves hit the $487.8 billion mark.
Topics: Russia, Gold, Banking

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San Francisco could be the first US city to ban facial recognition tech

The Chinese government has drawn widespread condemnation in recent months over its extensive use of public surveillance and facial recognition technology to monitor the movements of some 12 million Muslim citizens. "It's a 'Muslim...

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Even Morning Joe Talking Dems Down From Impeachment

The cast of MSNBC's Morning Joe spent much of Wednesday's show arguing that it would be foolish for Democrats to launch impeachment proceedings against President Trump. Co-hosts Joe Scarborough and Willie Geist, along with...
Topics: MSNBC

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Moscow just made it easier for Ukrainians to become Russian

Vladimir Putin has issued a new order that makes it easier for people in separatist-controlled regions of Ukraine to obtain Russian citizenship. Residents in Donetsk and Luhansk, home to a few million people, will be entitled to Russian passports...
Topics: Russia, Moscow, Vladimir Putin, Ukraine

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Police bust potential Bitcoin money laundering scheme in Brazil

Brazilian police have arrested a man on suspicion that he was running a drug trafficking ring and laundering funds using Bitcoin. According to a local report, law enforcement officials found a clandestine drug laboratory containing Bitcoin mining...
Topics: Police, Bitcoin, Brazil

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Pew: Twitter users are younger and more Democratic than most Americans

A recent report from the Pew Research Center says Twitter users are younger, more highly educated, have higher incomes and are more likely to identify as Democrats compared to the general public. They're also more likely to support immigration...
Topics: Social Media, Immigration

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Cuomo and Lemon Rip Dems Proposing Voting Rights For Terrorists: ‘These People Are Way Out...

CNN’s Chris Cuomo and Don Lemon wonder what 2020 Democrats are playing at with their recent statements about giving voting rights back to felons who’ve been convicted of serious crimes. Felony voting has been a recurring question for...
Topics: Terrorism, CNN

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Brit spy chief: We need trust or we won't have a 'licence to operate in cyberspace'

GCHQ U-turns, wants Joe Public onside as well as industry Cyber UK 2019  GCHQ's director-general has called for more public trust in the controversial British spy agency.…
Topics: Gchq, United Kingdom

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Who's Next On the Right-Wing Media's Hitlist? Teenage Climate Activist Greta Thunberg

Over the Bank Holiday weekend just gone, as the anomalously scorching April sun beat down upon the city, London was host to several Extinction Rebellion protests. Extinction Rebellion ('XR') is a movement that seeks to use non-violent civil...
Topics: Activism, United Kingdom, London, Protests

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Microsoft reports Q3 FY19 earnings, with revenue up 14%

Microsoft today reported its financial results for the quarter ended March 31, 2019. Revenue was $30.6 billion and increased 14%, while net increased 19% to $8.8 billion. Diluted earnings per share was $1.14, up 20%, beating analyst expectations of...
Topics: Microsoft (MSFT), Earnings Per Share

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World Bank predicts silver prices will remain a current levels for 2019

From Kitco: Kitco News) – Gold prices are struggling to bounce off its year-to-date lows, but the World Bank remains optimistic that prices will continue to move higher through the rest of the year. In its updated commodity outlook report,...
Topics: Banking, Gold

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Rising sea levels? How about the rising risk of someone using a nuke?

UK Lords cite 'irresponsible rhetoric' and communication as factors. Sound familiar? Never mind the climate, things are looking decidedly dicey on the nuke front, according to the UK's House of Lords.…
Topics: United Kingdom

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Chrome update stops websites from tracking you in Incognito Mode

Google has launched Chrome 74 for Windows, Mac, Linux, Android and iOS, bringing with it a bunch of handy new features, although some -- such as Incognito detection blocking -- require a bit of tinkering to access.
Topics: Chrome, Android Update, Google, Mobile Technology, Linux, Android, Ios

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Sudanese Military Invites Protesters to Talks Amid Tensions

Sudan's ruling military council has proposed a meeting with the organizers of the protests that toppled President Omar al-Bashir after they suspended talks with the generals over the weekend. The council says it is willing to discuss proposals...
Topics: Military, Protests, Sudan

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10 Wednesday AM Reads

My midweek morning train reads: • All the Stuff Bears Are Saying to Spoil the S&P 500 Record Party (Bloomberg) • Stocks are at an all-time high. Here’s what stopped the last 12 bull runs (CNN) • Will Netflix eventually monetize its...
Topics: Bloomberg, CNN, Netflix (NFLX)

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WhatsApp is failing to stop the spread of child abuse videos

Facebook-owned WhatsApp continues to be a hotbed for sharing sexual abuse videos in India, according to fresh findings from Cyber Peace Foundation (CPF), a New Delhi-based cyber security and policy think tank that fights against online crimes and...
Topics: World Videos, Facebook, Social Media, India, New Delhi

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Funerals held for children killed in Sri Lanka bombings

As the police investigations continue, so have the funerals. At least 45 children were killed in the attacks, and their grief-stricken families are struggling to come to terms with their loss. We’ve been to the funeral of a 12-year-old girl...
Topics: Sri Lanka, Police

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Supreme Court Hears Final Oral Arguments Of The Term

Justices argued about one of the term's biggest cases on Tuesday, which looks at whether the Trump administration can include a question about citizenship on the 2020 census.
Topics: Census

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By: Martin Epstein

“Geosynchronous orbits, popular with communications satellites, must be exactly 42,164km from the centre of the Earth. But satellites that far out share more than 22bn sq km of space” Communication satellites usually orbit directly above...
Topics: Satellites, Space

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Ford to Invest $500 Million in Rivian, a Tesla Rival

Rivian is developing a pickup and an S.U.V. on a chassis that Ford plans to use for models of its own. Two months ago, Amazon led a $700 million investment.
Topics: Ford, Tesla, Amazon, Amazon (AMZN)

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About That Census Citizenship Question Case

========= ========= Promoted from the diaries by streiff. Promotion does not imply endorsement. ========= ========= Yesterday, the Supreme Court held oral argument in the case Department of Commerce vs. New York.  Our own front page writer,...
Topics: Census

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MBA: Mortgage Applications Decreased in Latest Weekly Survey

From the MBA: Mortgage Applications Decrease in Latest MBA Weekly SurveyMortgage applications decreased 7.3 percent from one week earlier, according to data from the Mortgage Bankers Association’s (MBA) Weekly Mortgage Applications Survey for the...
Topics: Mortgages, Polls

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NASA examines Tropical Cyclone Kenneth in infrared light

The Atmospheric Infrared Sounder or AIRS instrument aboard NASA's Aqua satellite passed over Tropical Cyclone Kenneth and analyzed the storm in infrared light.
Topics: NASA, Space, Satellites

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Bruins Ready for Blue Jackets, but There’s Not Much Time

BOSTON — The Bruins needed performances from up and down their roster to outlast the Toronto Maples Leafs in yet another seven-game slugfest between the Original Six franchises. Boston will literally have just a day to enjoy its 5-1 win over...
Topics: Boston Bruins

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