• Kathleen Kane Posts Bail, Out of Jail Tuesday

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    She's put hundreds of defendants in prison, but Monday former state attorney general Kathleen Kane left a courthouse in handcuffs after a judge sentenced her to serve 10 to 23 months in prison. Kane asserted that she'd approved the release of some information about the case but let underlings determine what to turn over to a Philadelphia newspaper reporter.
  • Nuova scossa di terremoto nel centro Italia, magnitudo 6.5

    Nuova scossa di terremoto nel centro Italia, magnitudo 6.5

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    Sono in corso verifiche in tutti i comuni dell'area della Valnerina. Una scossa fortissima, avvertita in tutto il centro Italia ma anche lungo tutto lo stivale, da Bolzano alla Puglia . Siamo in contatto con la protezione civile italiana. A breve partiranno i primi autobus per il trasferimento dei cittadini, chiunque lo voglia, anche chi non ha subito danni all'abitazione.
  • Meet the Surface Studio, Microsoft's first desktop computer

    Meet the Surface Studio, Microsoft's first desktop computer

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    Microsoft claimed that it's more intuitive and responsive when scrolling, zooming and navigating through the desktop. Both the devices stand in high-end PC segment. "They're probably on to something, in terms of trying to redirect the business to their strengths", said Stephen Baker, an analyst with NPD Group.
  • Megyn Kelly asking for more than $20 million in contract negotiations

    Megyn Kelly asking for more than $20 million in contract negotiations

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    Kelly has taken (and given, by equal measure) a lot of heat on behalf of women this election. "What I said is if - no, no, no", - let me make my point and then I will give you the floor. You can watch the Megyn Kelly and Newt Gingrich video to get a glimpse of how the interview went down and form your own opinion on the matter.
  • Trump Rallies as Clinton's Lead Now Just 2.5 Percent

    Trump Rallies as Clinton's Lead Now Just 2.5 Percent

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    The Oct. 21-27 opinion poll shows 42 percent of people who either voted already or expect to vote in the November 8 election support Clinton, versus 36 percent for Trump. The polling was conducted before Clinton's campaign was hit on Friday by the Federal Bureau of Investigation announcement that it was investigating more emails as part of a probe into her use of a private email server while secretary of state.
  • Encounter underway in Kupwara

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    Security forces launched an anti-militancy operation in the forest area of Kupwara in the morning following information about their presence in the area, an army official said. During the encounter, a terrorist mutilated the body of the soldier before fleeing into Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK), supported by covering fire from Pakistan Army posts.
  • Is The Microsoft PC Better Than HP Envy 27 — Microsoft Surface Studio

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    In addition, the Microsoft Surface Studio offers a Microsoft Surface Pen and Surface Dial , which helps its users to navigate the screen faster and execute rotary functions. A 4K display could also come along for the higher model, while the lower model will retain its 2K resolution. Aside from the Intel Core i7 processor, the hybrid laptop is also equipped with the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 965M graphics processing unit (GPU) with 2 GB of GDDR5 memory.
  • Pokemon Sun and Moon Demo Surpassed More Than 3.5 Million Downloads

    Pokemon Sun and Moon Demo Surpassed More Than 3.5 Million Downloads

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    At this point, it seems unlikely that a new game for the previous generation will be released once Pokemon Sun and Moon is launched next month. The stock SD card that comes with the console is 4GB, which means that there is going to be little space left when you have downloaded the game onto it for anything else.
  • Duterte wants U.S. troops out of the Philippines in 2 years

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    Duterte told Japanese businessmen if they want to come to the Philippines , "you'll just have to contend with the new dynamics of my country". Both sides instead focused on strengthening economic ties. Foreign Secretary Perfecto Yasay, asked at a subsequent press conference to clarify the remarks, said that Duterte did not mean U.S. troops would be ousted, stressing that "our national interests still continue to converge".