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US House to Vote on Overriding Trump National Emergency Veto

The U.S. House of Representatives is scheduled to vote Tuesday on whether to override President Donald Trump's veto of legislation that would void his declaration of a national emergency at the nation's southern border. The vote is unlikely to...
Topics: Donald Trump

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Mueller Report Summary: Russia Tried To Influence 2016 Election

David Greene talks to Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose about how he can assure voters that future elections will be secure and protected from foreign interference.
Topics: Russia

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(Photo) Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah told off by his mum over photo with female fan

Liverpool star Mohamed Salah received something of a jokey telling-off from his mum after being pictured hugging a female fan. The Egypt international shared the amusing picture via social media with... Click Story Headline Above To...
Topics: World Photos, Egypt, Social Media

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United States Stock Market Total Return With Trend

Source: Abnormal Returns The post United States Stock Market Total Return With Trend appeared first on The Big Picture.

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Apple TV event recap: Everything you need to know video - CNET

Apple TV Plus, Apple News Plus, Apple Arcade, an Apple Card and all the new services Apple just announced at its March 25 event.
Topics: Apple, Tech Videos

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TBS & TNT Tap Former Facebook Watch Exec Kristina Edwards As VP Unscripted Series & Specials

Kristina Edwards, former Facebook Watch and MTV executive, has been tapped by TBS and TNT for the role of vice president of unscripted series. She’ll be based in Los Angeles and report to Michael Bloom, senior vice president of unscripted...
Topics: Facebook, Social Media

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Graham Advised McCain to Give Dossier to FBI

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) told CNN that he told the late Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) “to turn over the dossier of Trump-Russia allegations to the FBI, pushing back against President Trump’s assertions that the Arizona Republican helped fan...
Topics: Lindsey Graham, FBI, CNN, Russia

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Smartphone Supplier Showdown: Skyworks Solutions vs. Cirrus Logic

If you follow the world of Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) suppliers, then you might have heard of the following two chip companies: Skyworks Solutions (NASDAQ: SWKS) and Cirrus Logic (NASDAQ: CRUS). These two companies build fundamentally different...
Topics: Mobile Technology, Apple, Nasdaq

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Graham Calls for New Special Counsel to Probe Justice Department

Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., announced his committees will launch a probe into the Justice Department’s alleged abuse of spying, widely believed to be the predicate for investigations into alleged ties between President Donald...
Topics: Lindsey Graham, Senate, Donald Trump

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Apple Music for Android updated with revamped ‘Browse’ tab, Chromebook support

Apple today has updated its Apple Music app for Android with a pair of notable improvements. First, the update includes the revamped “Browse” tab that came to iOS last week. There is also Chromebook support with today’s update. ...
Topics: Apple, Android, Android Apps, Mobile Technology, Android Update, Chromebook, Ios

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3 Stocks That Have Doubled and Still Have Room to Grow

Just because a stock is burning bright doesn't mean it will flame out. Many of today's best companies doubled in value, took a breather, then went on to double, triple, or even quadruple in value or more.That's not to say that Okta (NASDAQ: OKTA),...
Topics: Nasdaq, US Equity Markets

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China Won't Like This: The U.S. Coast Guard Just Sailed Through the Taiwan Strait

David Axe Security, The transit is "likely to be interpreted by China as implicit support for self-ruled Taiwan," The Japan Times noted. The U.S. Coast Guard sent one of its biggest and most advanced vessels through the Taiwan Strait on March 25,...
Topics: China, Taiwan, Japan

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Hands-on with Microsoft Chromium Edge: A first look at the early release

We installed a preview of Edge Chromium, and there's now a lot that makes it feel Chrome, but there are also some similarities to the old Edge. So, is the new Chromium Edge the best browser ever? Here's a hands-on look. The post Hands-on with...
Topics: Microsoft, Chromium, Chrome

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DEAL: Anker’s Liberty Neo True Wireless Buds Still $50 ($15 Off)

Samsung’s new Galaxy Buds are stealing all the true wireless, AirPods-for-Android headlines these days, but Anker’s SoundCore Liberty Neo buds might be the best value around. And right now, you can grab them for $49.99, which is $15 off...
Topics: Samsung, Mobile Technology, Android

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Palestinian Militants Launch Nearly 30 Missiles Toward Southern Israel - IDF

TEL AVIV (Sputnik) – The Israeli military registered launches of about 30 missiles from the Gaza Strip by Palestinian militants on Monday evening, and intercepted some of the missiles, the army’s press service said in a statement.
Topics: Israel, Tel,aviv, Military, Gaza Strip, Palestine

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Jokes About Michael Avenatti Abound After Extortion And Fraud Charges

Right-wingers like Donald Trump Jr. went on a tear against the lawyer and foe of the president.
Topics: Donald Trump

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Sandy Hook and Parkland Grieve Once Again, Following Three Suicides

Monday morning, Jeremy Richman, the father of one of the 20 first graders killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012, was found dead in an apparent suicide, according to Newtown, Conn., police. His death was the third suspected suicide in a week...
Topics: Police

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Alpine glaciers: Another decade of loss

Guest Commentary by Mauri Pelto (Nichols College) Preliminary data reported from the reference glaciers of the World Glacier Monitoring Service (WGMS) in 2018 from Argentina, Austria, China, France, Italy, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Nepal, Norway,...
Topics: Argentina, Austria, China, France, Italy, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Norway, Russia

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Rafi Eitan, the Israeli spy who helped catch Adolf Eichmann, dies at 92

Rafi Eitan, the Israeli spy who captured Nazi fugitive Adolf Eichmann in 1960, died Saturday at his home in Tel Aviv. He was 92. Rafael Eitan was born on a kibbutz in Mandatory Palestine. After studying at the London School of Economics, he joined...
Topics: Israel, Tel,aviv, Palestine, United Kingdom, London

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Dem Rep.: AG Bill Barr Needs to Explain His ‘Very Quick If Not Rash Decision’ on Obstruction

Congressman Gerry Connolly (D- VA) said on MSNBC this afternoon Congress needs to hear from Attorney General Bill Barr so he can explain his “rash decision” to clear President Donald Trump on obstruction despite Robert Mueller not...
Topics: MSNBC, Donald Trump

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Demi Rose Shows Off Some Serious Cleavage In White Bikini For Latest Instagram Snapshot

Demi Rose Mawby appears to be having a great time in the Middle East, all while keeping her Instagram fans updated with a series of bikini shots. In true Demi fashion, the British beauty took to the popular social media platform on Monday to share a...
Topics: Instagram, Social Media

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Hijacked ASUS software updates installed backdoor on at least 0.5 million PCs

Enlarge (credit: Getty Images) An attack on the update system for ASUS personal computers running Microsoft Windows allowed attackers to inject backdoor malware into thousands of computers, according to researchers at Kaspersky Labs. The attack,...
Topics: Asus, Microsoft, Malware, Computer Security, Kaspersky

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How to Use Your Laptop Like an External Monitor

Using an extra monitor for work is a fantastic productivity boost. No more split-screen action between Microsoft Word and Chrome. No more having to prioritize which window goes on top. A multi-monitor setup also looks cool, plus you can use the...
Topics: Laptops, Microsoft, Chrome

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Supreme Court Tackles Partisan Redistricting Cases

(WASHINGTON) — The Supreme Court is returning to arguments over whether the political task of redistricting can be overly partisan. The cases at the high court Tuesday mark the second time in consecutive terms the justices will see if they can...

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Kellyanne Conway Suggests James Comey Should Be Brought In for Questioning, Get a Lawyer

While speaking with reporters on the White House driveway, White House counselor Kellyanne Conway blamed former FBI Director James Comey for leaking information to make it appear the president had obstructed justice. Robert Mueller’s report,...
Topics: White House, FBI

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Amazon Fire HD 10 (2017) hack: bootloader unlock, root, and recovery tools

It’s been a busy few months for Amazon Fire tablet hackers. After discovering a vulnerability affecting a group of MediaTek processors, independent developers figured out how to unlock the bootloader and root the latest Amazon Fire HD 8 and...
Topics: Amazon, Tablets, Hackers, Computer Security, MediaTek

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Pence slams 2020 Democrats for skipping AIPAC

Vice President Mike Pence on Monday slammed the multiple Democratic presidential candidates who are skipping the annual AIPAC policy conference, telling the group's Washington gathering that any White House hopeful should stand with Israel."Let...
Topics: White House, Israel

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Pizzeria Owner Targeted In Slice Fusillade

Cops: Woman, 28, "unsatisfied with service" launched pizza The victim, cops say, was “covered in tomato sauce” after being hit in the face and chest by slices...
Topics: Police

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Secret War: America and Nazi Germany Were At War Longer Than People Think

Warfare History Network Security, Between September 1939 and December 1941, the United States moved from neutral to active belligerent in an undeclared naval war against Nazi Germany. America’s participation in an undeclared naval war in the...
Topics: Germany

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Hacker Abroad: Cellphone Repair in Huaqiangbei and a Huge Meetup at Seeed

Shenzhen, China is the home of the legendary electronics markets of Huaqiangbei. Friday was my first full day in the city, having spent the previous three days in Shanghai. We got a little bit of a late start as our flight didn’t arrive until...
Topics: Hackers, Computer Security

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50 Cent Stays Gucci-Free Showing Tom Ford Props + Flexes Iced-Out POWER Ring

New York rapper 50 Cent doesn’t need a Fashion Week to show off his high-end tastes. The hip-hop veteran went to social media this week with a look at how he’s dressing this spring. On Monday, Curtis Jackson hit up Instagram with a shot...
Topics: Gucci, Tom Ford, Social Media, Instagram

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Uma Thurman and horrifying heart transplants meet in Netflix's 'Chambers'

Netflix is about to give horror fans another star-studded fix. It's premiering Chambers, a psychological horror series starring Uma Thurman, on April 26th. The series revolves around a heart attack survivor in a "New Age pocket" of...
Topics: Netflix

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