• Facebook plans to let users 'unsend' messages, just like Zuckerberg
Facebook plans to let users 'unsend' messages, just like Zuckerberg

The social media giant claims it could offer self-destructing messages similar to Secret chat. Last month a former Cambridge Analytica (CA) employee, Chris Wylie, told a United Kingdom parliamentary committee that the London-based company, deeply embedded in the ongoing data mining scandal, had potentially shared some of its Facebook harves...

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  • Poisoned Former Russian Spy Recovering Rapidly
Poisoned Former Russian Spy Recovering Rapidly

Sergei Skripal was poisoned with nerve agent in Salisbury, England in March . As the Russian government has asked, in its campaign to discredit British assertions that Russia was behind the attack, why didn't Skripals collapse immediately if they were poisoned by a powerful nerve agent? Yulia Skripal, 33, regained consciousness last week and is...

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  • Red Sox 10, Rays 3: Bogaerts, Boston bash Tampa Bay
Red Sox 10, Rays 3: Bogaerts, Boston bash Tampa Bay

Brad Miller drove in a pair of runs and Denard Span was 2-for-4 with an RBI for Tampa Bay, which dropped its seventh straight and hasn't won since a 6-4 victory over Boston in the season opener on March 29. The team's most potent offensive explosion made a victor of Rick Porcello, who became the first Red Sox starter to allow more than one run...

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  • What to Know About Trump's New Sanctions Against Russia
What to Know About Trump's New Sanctions Against Russia

Among the companies targeted by the United States include GAZ Group, Russia's leading manufacturer of commercial vehicles owned by Deripaska, and Russian Machines and Renova Group, which is comprised of investment funds and management companies operating in the energy sector in Russia .

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  • Cauvery row: DMK calls for all-party meet to decide further action
Cauvery row: DMK calls for all-party meet to decide further action

He also made it clear that the padayatra was aimed at retrieving the state's right on Cauvery and not a politically motivated one. There, another group of leaders will take out the march from Ariyalur district on April 9. "We have to get our rights (on Cauvery) and you (opposition leaders) have understood this", Stalin, who successfully brought the...

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  • Forecast: Rain, snow expected this weekend in Colorado Springs
Forecast: Rain, snow expected this weekend in Colorado Springs

Overnight lows will range from 32 to 37 degrees. The light snow looks to linger into Monday morning, then a scattered rain/snow mix is possible for the rest of the day. TONIGHT: Partly cloudy to clear. Wind gusts will be up to 55 miles per hour. With the front approaching from the west, that means temperatures will not drop very much.

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  • Fire breaks out on the 50th floor of Trump Tower in Manhattan
Fire breaks out on the 50th floor of Trump Tower in Manhattan

President Trump took to Twitter in the aftermath of the blaze to confirm it had been dealt with by emergency services. Thick black smoke billowed out from Trump Tower as burning debris fell on Fifth Avenue. There were no evacuations inside the building, abut some people self-evacuated. Another fire previously developed on January 8. A spok...

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  • Fire erupts at Trump Tower in New York City
Fire erupts at Trump Tower in New York City

The New York City Fire Department tweeted a picture of the building showing flames but the blaze appeared to have been contained as firefighters made their way into the building. President Trump is now at the White House and not Trump Tower. Police said that a number of nearby streets were closed . It wasn't immediately clear what started the fi...

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  • Father of Missing Dickson Co. Child Arrested, Charged with Homicide
Father of Missing Dickson Co. Child Arrested, Charged with Homicide

Daniels previously spoke out before his arrest and thanked authorities for searching for his son while claiming that he thought there was a possibility the child had been abducted. Hundreds of volunteers and local agencies have been searching for Joe on air, on land, and in waterways. Trained first responders continued the search overnight, accord...

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  • Coffeyville Police Arrest Suspect in Shooting
Coffeyville Police Arrest Suspect in Shooting

The release said that apart from theft of cattle near Moodbidri, Mansoor was allegedly involved in two cases each of cattle theft reported in Bajpe police station and in Surathkal police station respectively in Mangaluru. The relationship between the girl and the victim, identified by authorities as 45-year-old Amy Morrison, was not immediately dis...

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  • Videocon Loan Case: CBI quizzes Rajiv Kochhar for 3rd consecutive day
Videocon Loan Case: CBI quizzes Rajiv Kochhar for 3rd consecutive day

The Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) continued questioning Rajiv Kocchar, brother-in-law of ICICI Bank MD and CEO Chanda Kochhar, for the third consecutive day on Saturday in connection with a case relating to Rs 3,250 crore loan to the Videocon Group in 2012.

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  • Vote for Me or Else: US Lawmaker Draws Loaded Gun at Speech
Vote for Me or Else: US Lawmaker Draws Loaded Gun at Speech

Norman says that, outside of Washington, he carries a handgun most of the time and is likely to pull it out to make a statement like this again in the future. Giffords, a Democrat, was shot and wounded outside a grocery store during a constituent gathering in 2011 in Tucson, Arizona. "But whoever shoots me better shoot well or I'm shooting back".

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  • Prominent Russian businessmen on new US sanctions list
Prominent Russian businessmen on new US sanctions list

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation commented on the introduction of new U.S. sanctions against Russian oligarchs , threatening United States with a "tough response". Former Acting CIA Director in the George W Bush administration, John McLaughlin also welcomed the move. With endless sanctions, including those for the remo...

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  • Moscow says new U.S. sanctions 'aimed at the Russian people'
Moscow says new U.S. sanctions 'aimed at the Russian people'

Yes. The U.S. sanctioned 19 Russians over interference in the 2016 election just three weeks ago. The Trump administration's action means USA citizens can no longer engage in dealings with the proscribed individuals or entities. 13662, authorities codified by the Countering America's Adversaries Through Sanctions Act (CAATSA), as well a...

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  • Seven Palestinians killed by Israeli troops as Gaza bloodshed worsens
Seven Palestinians killed by Israeli troops as Gaza bloodshed worsens

Kuwait presented that statement as well, which called for an " independent and transparent investigation" of the violence. Palestinian activists have dubbed today's rallies "the Friday of Rubber Tires", with protesters setting hundreds of auto tires alight along the eastern border.

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  • Trump begins informal prep for potential Mueller interview
Trump begins informal prep for potential Mueller interview

The law aims to punish Russian Federation for interfering in the US election as well as actions meant to subvert democracy in Europe. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the Russian government disproportionately benefits oligarchs and elites, as well as occupying Crimea, instigating violence in Ukraine and attempting to subvert Western democ...

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  • 2 soldiers killed in helicopter Accident are said by Fort Campbell
2 soldiers killed in helicopter Accident are said by Fort Campbell

The crew was undergoing "routine training" at the time of the incident. Two other aviation mishaps in the east African nation of Djibouti resulted in no casualties. Four Marines also died when a helicopter crashed during a training mission in Southern California. The wreck comes in the aftermath of five USA military service members having bee...

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  • Take pledge for BJP's 2019 win, Shah tells partymen
Take pledge for BJP's 2019 win, Shah tells partymen

Later, Shah said his intention was not to equate Opposition parties to animals. I have a heard a saying that when everything is washed away in a flood, only a Vat Vriksha (Banyan tree) stands tall. Lok Sabha elections is scheduled to take place in the nation in 2019. He also spoke on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's vision for "new India'". Earlier...

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  • Russian request for meeting over Skripal case is diversionary tactic, says UK
Russian request for meeting over Skripal case is diversionary tactic, says UK

The latest statement from the Russian Embassy said: " We believe that it is high time to arrange a meeting between Ambassador Alexander Yakovenko and Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson in order to discuss the whole range of bilateral issues, as well as the investigation of the Salisbury incident ".

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  • Korea phone calls imprisoned ex-S. Korean president 'traitor'
Korea phone calls imprisoned ex-S. Korean president 'traitor'

May 2017: Park's rival, Moon, wins a presidential by-election. Choi was sentenced to 20 years in prison in a separate trial in February. There were no immediate reports of major clashes or injuries. She quickly becomes a heavyweight in conservative politics. But her relations with the Choi family have long haunted her political career. Their relati...

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  • Australian women break 4×100 freestyle relay world record
Australian women break 4×100 freestyle relay world record

Miley, 28, was bidding to become the first Scot to claim three consecutive golds in the same event at the Commonwealth Games after winning gold at Delhi 2010 and Glasgow 2014. He beat Mack Horton in the Games selection trials last month and repeated the feat Friday, improving his time by 0.93sec in the outdoor Southport pool.

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  • George Soros set to trade cryptocurrencies
George Soros set to trade cryptocurrencies

Now his $26 billion family office is planning to trade digital assets. A spokesperson for Soros Fund Management declined comment on the matter. Though at the time he did not predict the fall of them, like others in the financial industry did.

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  • Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to Testify Before Senate
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to Testify Before Senate

Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg told NBC that Facebook users could have to pay to completely opt-out of their data being used to target them with advertisements. "On the things we didn't do that we should've done that are under my purview, that's my responsibility and I own that". A day earlier, Zuckerberg said Facebook had taken...

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  • New strikes on Syria's rebel Douma kill 8 civilians
New strikes on Syria's rebel Douma kill 8 civilians

Opposition activists said 25 people were killed in airstrikes that targeted Douma while state TV said two people were killed in the capital Damascus when rebels fired mortar shells into the city. A medic inside Douma described to AFP chaos at the local hospital as wounded and dead were brought in. State media said a child was killed and 15 ci...

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  • Indrani Mukerjea rushed to hospital from jail, CT scan and MRI done
Indrani Mukerjea rushed to hospital from jail, CT scan and MRI done

Mumbai: Indrani Mukerjea, the prime accused in daughter Sheena Bora's murder and former head of INX media, was admitted to the JJ Hospital in Byculla late on Friday. Mukerjea, the co-founder of INX media, is now lodged in Byculla women's jail. We are suspecting a drug overdose and a possible brain condition. The murder case in which Indrani ha...

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