• Facebook rolls out cards, stickers and flowers to celebrate Mother's Day

    Facebook rolls out cards, stickers and flowers to celebrate Mother's Day

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    The day is a huge for Facebook , "In 2016, Mother's Day drove more posts in one day than any other topic on Facebook with more than 105 million Mother's Day posts produced", the company said in a statement. In the United States, you'll be able to donate to a cause in honor of your mom. Before this new addition, Facebook users only had the option of "like", "love", "haha", "wow", "sad" and "angry" to react on posts and comments on the social media; but, there now a new " thankful " ...
  • Off-duty sheriff's deputy killed in Altamont Pass crash

    Off-duty sheriff's deputy killed in Altamont Pass crash

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    The deputy, who was driving a Volkswagen Beetle, was stopped for an unknown reason in a freeway lane near Grant Line Road when the employee tour bus rear-ended the vehicle, he said. Three lanes of the highway have been blocked with no estimated time for them to reopen. In a statement issued Friday, Tesla described the bus as an "independently-operated shuttle".
  • Microsoft Announces Xbox One Keyboard Support at Build 2017

    Microsoft Announces Xbox One Keyboard Support at Build 2017

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    Andrew Parsons, Senior Program Manager for Game Developers at Microsoft took the stage for a session called " State of Play: Modern game development ". "But don't be reliant on mouse input because it probably won't work, and so if you need a mouse to get past your main menu, you probably won't be able to play your game".
  • After Big Win, A Huge Challenge Round The Corner For President Macron

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    French voters elected the centrist as the country's youngest president ever on Sunday, delivering a resounding victory to the unabashedly pro-European former investment banker. In 2002, Jean-Marie Le Pen, the FN founder and father of Marine Le Pen , lost to Jacques Chirac in the presidential runoff with 17.8 percent of the votes.
  • Haryana: Baby snake found in govt school's mid-day meal

    Haryana: Baby snake found in govt school's mid-day meal

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    A few students vomited while others complained that they felt unwell. When the principal and other teachers were tasting the food, they saw the snakelet after which they immediately intimated the other students to not eat it. This incident once again highlights the quality and health hazards attached to mid-day meals in government schools. However, the school's principal, Braj Bala, has said that the meal was not cooked in the school, but was supplied by a non-government religious ...
  • New Hamas chief backs hunger-striking prisoners

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    Hamas has eased its stance on the Jewish state after having called for decades for its destruction, as the movement seeks to improve its worldwide standing. However, the agreement soon collapsed when Hamas violently seized control of the Gaza Strip in June 2007. In 1989, He was imprisoned by Israeli Occupation Forces for three years and then deported to Marj al-Zuhour on the Lebanese-Palestinian border with a group of Hamas leaders, where he spent a full year in exile.
  • Road to passage for Texas 'bathroom bill' getting far harder

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    That bill creates an expedited process for denying the release of public information. "It's time to go home", said Hinojosa. Many Hollywood actors and music stars have suggested state boycotts, and the National Football League and NBA have warned about canceling future Texas events if it passes.