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Apple Unveils Gorgeous Product (RED) iPhone 7
Apple Unveils Gorgeous Product (RED) iPhone 7

If you don't want to wait for the iPhone 8 and you're looking for an iPhone that stands out in the crowd, Apple has unveiled the Special Edition (RED) iPhone 7 and 7 Plus.

White House on President Trump
White House on President Trump's travel costs: 'Presidents always travel'

White House press secretary Sean Spicer was asked about the costs of President Trump's visits to Mar-a-Lago compared with proposed cuts to domestic programs in the administration's budget. Spicer said, "Presidents always travel," and that Trump will continue to traverse the country.

Some of Android O
Some of Android O's most important new features may have just leaked

We have no idea what Google's next major Android update will be called, but a new report appears to reveal some of the most important new features coming to Android O (Android 8.0). According to 9to5Google's sources, Android O will be a "substantial update" that will bring over a bunch of new features. Android 8.0 will have new notifications, the report says, although it's not clear what that means. The site notes that an earlier rumor said Android 8.0 would merge Android and Andromeda notifications - the latter is supposedly an unannounced Google operating system that incorporates Android and Chrome elements. The new notifications would display across a variety of devices owned by the...

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Trump's Approval Rating Just Took A Hit

The latest Gallup tracking poll showed that only 37 percent of the people approve of the president's performance.

White House to offer balanced budget plan by mid-May - Mulvaney

A detailed version of President Donald Trump's budget to be released in May will lay out plans to eventually erase U.S. deficits, White House budget director Mick Mulvaney said on Sunday. By May, I think it's mid-May we're shooting for right now, we'll have that larger budget..." Mulvaney said on NBC's "Meet the Press" program. Mulvaney acknowledged that the budget would not be balanced in the upcoming 2018 fiscal year but said the administration wants to put the country on a path toward eventually wiping out annual deficits.

Tillerson Meets President Xi Jinping in Beijing
Tillerson Meets President Xi Jinping in Beijing

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson met Chinese President Xi Jinping on Sunday as part of his first face-to-face talks with Chinese leaders. (March 19)

The best mesh Wi-Fi system on the planet is discounted right now on Amazon
The best mesh Wi-Fi system on the planet is discounted right now on Amazon

Mesh Wi-Fi systems are the hottest trend in home networking right now, but not all mesh systems are created equal. Some companies are just looking to capitalize on the trend by putting out systems that are nothing more than a normal wireless router and some basic Wi-Fi range extenders. Others, like the AmpliFi HD Home Wi-Fi System, are intelligent next-generation wireless solutions that provide unparalleled range and adapt dynamically to ensure you're getting the fastest speeds possible. We recently named the AmpliFi HD Home Wi-Fi System the best mesh Wi-Fi system in the world, and it's on sale at a discount right now on Amazon. Here are some highlights from the product page: Wi-Fi Mesh...

38 popular Android devices ship with malware already installed
38 popular Android devices ship with malware already installed

Keeping malware off of your mobile device should be a top priority for anyone who purchases a new smartphone or tablet, but what if the battle against bad actors has been lost before you even open the box? That's exactly what security firm Check Point says is happening right now, and it just released a report claiming that it detected malware on 36 different Android devices being used by multiple large tech companies. The devices on which the malicious code was detected are thought to have been compromised at some point between manufacturing and eventual sale to the end user. "The malicious apps were not part of the official ROM supplied by the vendor," Check Point's Mobile...

Dutch Warn Citizens Amid Erdogan Nazi Comments
Dutch Warn Citizens Amid Erdogan Nazi Comments

Dutch Deputy Prime Minister Lodewijk Asscher told reporters that "to be called Nazis by a regime which is walking backwards in regards to human rights is just disgusting."

UK will not let lawmakers tie May
UK will not let lawmakers tie May's hands in Brexit talks: spokesman

The British government will not agree to any changes to its Brexit legislation that would tie Prime Minister Theresa May's hands in exit negotiations with the European Union, May's spokesman said on Monday. In a debate due to begin later on Monday, the government will call on lawmakers to throw out changes made by the upper house of parliament to the legislation that grants May the power to formally trigger exit talks.

Trump aides attack agency that will analyze health bill's costs

By David Lawder WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Aides to U.S. President Donald Trump on Sunday attacked the credibility of the nonpartisan agency that will analyze the costs of a replacement for Obamacare, as the White House sought to quell opposition from many conservative Republicans. The Congressional Budget Office, which provides official estimates of the budget impact of proposed legislation, is expected to issue a report as soon as Monday that will assess the healthcare legislation put forward by Republican House of Representatives leaders. The report could influence sentiment toward a bill already under fire from Democrats and some Republicans, especially if it suggests the legislation...

Save $100 On The Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 Edge
Save $100 On The Samsung Galaxy S7, S7 Edge

Smartphone shoppers looking for a relatively new Samsung smartphone can save $100 on the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge through the Samsung store.

Private prisons reach deal with women forced to show tampons

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - An agreement has been reached in a lawsuit between the nation's largest private prison operator and women who were ordered to remove their tampons or sanitary pads to prove they were menstruating and not trying to smuggle in contraband.

Ex-South Sudan general forms rebel group, vows to topple president Kiir
Ex-South Sudan general forms rebel group, vows to topple president Kiir

By Denis Dumo JUBA (Reuters) - A disaffected South Sudanese army general who quit his position last month announced on Monday that he had formed a new anti-government rebel group, underscoring mounting resistance to the rule of incumbent president Salva Kiir Lieutenant General Thomas Cirillo Swaka, formerly deputy head of logistics, resigned after he accused Kiir of turning the country's military into a "tribal army." The military, police and other security branches, he said, heavily recruited from among the Dinka, Kiir's tribe. Swaka was one of three top military officials who quit in February amid accusations of tribalism, nepotism, corruption and other abuses levelled against...

GOP, Dem foes of health care bill in scavenger hunt for copy
GOP, Dem foes of health care bill in scavenger hunt for copy

WASHINGTON (AP) - Where's the Republicans' embryonic health care bill?

New Policy To Safeguard Victims Of Crimes By Immigrants
New Policy To Safeguard Victims Of Crimes By Immigrants

In his first joint address to Congress, President Donald Trump called for the creation of an office, called VOICE, to support victims of crimes by undocumented immigrants.

Massive debris pile emerges from water near troubled dam
Massive debris pile emerges from water near troubled dam

OROVILLE, Calif. (AP) - Crews worked Tuesday to clean up dirt and debris from the base of Oroville Dam and biologists rush to save stranded fish after state officials shut off the flow of water from a damaged spillway at the Northern California lake.

Dashcam Video Shows Police Officer Being Dragged Down Street During Traffic Stop

An Ohio man has been charged with felony assault after dragging a cop during a traffic stop, authorities said.

Study finds peculiar tie between warm climate, slow snowmelt
Study finds peculiar tie between warm climate, slow snowmelt

DENVER (AP) - Global warming could mean that mountain snow melts at a slower pace, researchers said Monday, a peculiar finding that might be bad news for the West and other regions that depend on snow for water.

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