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Wisconsin airwaves flooded by Johnson, Feingold Senate ads

Wisconsin airwaves flooded by Johnson, Feingold Senate ads

The new spending in Wisconsin comes as Republicans are battling ferociously to protect their 54-46 majority in the Senate ahead of Tuesday's election. Sean Duffy and the other features a mother whose son died of a heroin overdose criticizing Feingold . "I would say yes, high crime or misdemeanor, I believe she is in violation of both laws", Johnson told the Beloit Daily News in an interview published Tuesday . Read More

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Shipping Awaits IMO Sulphur Ruling

Shipping Awaits IMO Sulphur Ruling

The cap has been flagged up by analysts as encouraging the scrapping of older vessels, especially when combined with the costs of meeting the Ballast Water Management Convention which comes into force in September 2017. Ships can meet the requirement by using low-sulphur compliant fuel oil, methanol or LNG. A fuel-switch would impose extra costs on an already troubled shipping sector, which has seen high-profile defaults like South Korea's Hanjin as well as cases of stranded ships with crew ... Read More

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Ryan Fitzpatrick Returns To Jets Starting Lineup

Ryan Fitzpatrick Returns To Jets Starting Lineup

Maybe this was the turnaround for both the team and Geno . The 4th-year quarterback, a first round pick out of West Virginia, won the starting QB job back from Ryan Fitzpatrick due to the Jets and Fitzpatrick's poor start, but Smith taking a hit and falling badly resulted in a knee injury that put Fitzpatrick back in the game. Read More

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Half-headed Florida man tried to burn down house

Half-headed Florida man tried to burn down house

It was not immediately clear why he set his mattress on fire. Carlos Rodriguez , 31, nicknamed " Halfy " by pals, was detained over an fire at a house in Miami . In the video , he said he hit a pole while he was driving under the influence and landed on his head after he was thrown through the windshield. "It's no good, drinking and driving, or drugness (sic) and driving", he says in the video. Read More

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Kodak's Ektra resurrects the cameraphone

Kodak's Ektra resurrects the cameraphone

It flaunts a leather cover with steel rimmed big circular camera module, well crafted frame with metal-finish around the edges and a smooth curvy bump at the bottom. Kodak has developed camera applications and the review said the camera app will feel reminiscent to normal DSLRs (digital single-lens reflex - a camera that uses mirrors and interchangeable lenses). Read More

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Poll shows Clinton strong in Virginia population centers

Meanwhile, Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson has seen his support slip among active-duty service members in the wake of a series of foreign policy missteps on the campaign trail. The influx of popularity of third party candidates comes not from people who traditionally align themselves with a third party, but from both Democrats and Republicans who are fed up with their party's candidate. Read More

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Clinton expands into 'red' states; Trump again claims fraud

Clinton expands into 'red' states; Trump again claims fraud

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump dug deeper in his efforts to cast doubt on the legitimacy of the U.S. election, saying on Twitter that he believes the results are being " rigged " at many polling places. Trump said in another Twitter post on Monday. Few other details were immediately available. The majority of Trump's supporters are Republicans . They often cite the risk of fraud as they make a case for tightening access to the polls through voter identification laws and ... Read More

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Rockstar Hints At New Red Dead Redemption Game

Rockstar Hints At New Red Dead Redemption Game

The first tweet , posted on October 16, showed the famous Rockstar logo drowned by a red background. The color red was used prominently in the game's promotional artwork and loading screens. Rockstar Games also works on the Grand Theft Auto series, which popularized the open world genre. These latest tweets certainly aren't helping, and hopefully an official announcement will be coming soon. Read More

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Belgian region's rejection imperils EU-Canada trade deal

The Belgian fortress city of Namur, besieged by European armies down the centuries, issued a declaration of war on the global economic order on Friday with a vote to reject a planned EU-Canada free trade agreement. trade deal. "'Yes' to the strengthening of commercial links with Canada.but no to the text of the deal in its current form", Socialist deputy *Olga Zrihen*said at the opening of the often-rowdy debate. Read More

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Keith Scott's widow: Race played

Keith Scott's widow: Race played "100 percent" role in police shooting

An independent autopsy was released Wednesday by Keith Scott's family, confirming he died from gunshot wounds in the back and abdomen. Scott was killed on September 20 by a Charlotte police officer, sparking days of violent protests. Protesters questioned why Scott was shot when he was backing away from police. Investigators also say Scott was wearing an ankle holster at the time of the shooting. Read More

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ISS Resupply Mission Postponed Due to Hurricane Nicole

The launch will air live on NASA Television and the agency's website beginning at 7 p.m. Nicole is expected to roll into Bermuda as a hurricane tomorrow, threatening to batter the islands with high-speed winds and floods of rain. space agency said. Orbital ATK plans to make 10 cargo deliveries as part of its CRS-1 contract with NASA. A successful Orbital Sciences rocket launch in September 2013. Read More

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Nobel Prize victor Bob Dylan not yet a sellout at Township

Nowhere in the Nobel mandate does it say the prize must be given to someone who isn't famous. L'Osservatore Romano, which frequently chimes in on pop culture, wrote a brief article about Thursday's award. "Which I'm thrilled to do", Bushey said. Bob Dylan's winning the Nobel Prize in literature on Thursday has lit a fire under executives at Simon & Schuster. Read More

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Boko Haram reportedly releases 21 Chibok girls

Boko Haram reportedly releases 21 Chibok girls

The 21 released girls were picked up and taken to Maiduguri Air Force base at about 8.30 am. The Nigerian military is now carrying a large-scale operation in the Sambisa forest, Boko Haram's stronghold. Twenty-one of the Chibok schoolgirls who were kidnapped more than two years ago have now been freed, the Nigerian government has confirmed. In May, Nigerian vigilantes and soldiers found 19-year-old Amina Ali Nkeki on the outskirts of the forest. Read More

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Tesla will unveil a new product on October 17

Tesla will unveil a new product on October 17

As Investor's Business Daily points out, the declaration comes just two days after Tesla stated in an SEC filing that the company is planning to raise additional funds by the end of this year . For the October 17 event, we think that product will be not related to Tesla Energy or Tesla Solar, and will be related to Tesla cars, battery technology, or autonomy. Read More

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How Safe Are the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 Replacements?

According to reports, the heat damage from the apparent explosion was so severe that a fire official could not independently verify the model of the phone. Samsung Electronics Co said in a statement it was working to recover the device and to understand the cause. It seems that Samsung has failed to address the problem despite recalling the initial batch of Note 7 smartphones. Read More

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Samsung says 3 reports of China phone battery fire

Samsung says 3 reports of China phone battery fire

These issues lead to some the devices catching fire, and in one case, injured a six-year-old boy . As most of you might be aware, over 90 Galaxy Note 7 units have reportedly exploded in the USA so far. Note7 Exchange Program". Then, it happened. Report after report of exploding devices. To date, multiple media outlets including CNET and The Verge have reported around 25 percent of Note 7 devices in the United States have been exchanged so far. Read More

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Nobel Prize in Physics Awarded to 3 Scientists

Nils Martensson, acting chairman of the Nobel Committee for Physics, said the winners had discovered a set of totally unexpected regularities in the behaviour of matter. David Thuless, 82, is presently an emeritus professor at the University of Washington in Seattle. David Thouless, Duncan Haldane and Michael Kosterlitz have been awarded the 2016 Nobel Prize in physics. Read More

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