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Sat, 30 Jul 2016 02:14
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Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton greets members of the audience after speaking at a rally at K'NEX, a toy company in Hatfield, Pa., Friday, July 29, 2016. Clinton and Democratic Vice Presidential candidate, Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va. begin a three day bus tour through the rust belt. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — A giddy if exhausted Hillary Clinton embarked on a post-convention Rust Belt bus tour just hours after becoming the first female presidential nominee of a major political party.
Convention over, Clinton faces hacking, Trump criticism
Fosun, which has interests ranging from property to mining, says it will buy a controlling share of privately-owned Rio Bravo InvestimentosChina's Fosun on Saturday signed an agreement to acquire Brazil-based investment management firm Rio Bravo, according to a statement, just a day after the Chinese conglomerate announced another massive overseas deal. Fosun, which has interests ranging from property to mining, said it will buy the controlling share of privately-owned Rio Bravo Investimentos, but did not give a value for the deal. Fosun did not immediately respond to request for comment.
China's Fosun to 'acquire' Brazil investment firm
Pope Francis, center, attends the Via Crucis (Way of the Cross) with youths participating in World Youth Days, in Blonie Park, Krakow, Poland, Friday, July 29, 2016. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)KRAKOW, Poland (AP) — Pope Francis has prayed at the Divine Mercy Sanctuary in Lagiewniki as he begins a day of religious ceremonies during a visit to Poland.
Pope visits sites tied to Polish saints in Krakow
File photo of a sign marking the borders of the site where EDF Energy's Hinkley Point C nuclear power station will be constructed in BridgwaterChina General Nuclear Power Corp (CGN) on Saturday said it respects the decision of the new British government to review a nuclear power project in which it would hold a major stake, according to a statement on the company's official microblog. "We understand, given the importance of the Hinkley Point C programme to England's future energy security, that the new British Government has expressed a need for time to familiarize itself with the programme. CGN understands and respects this," the company said.
China General Nuclear says respects Britain's decision to review Hinkley project
Candles are lit under the photo of murdered Catholic priest Jacques Hamel at the Sainte-Therese church in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray, FranceFather Jacques Hamel had his throat slit on the altar by IS-inspired attackers who stormed his church in a Normandy town during mass Tuesday. Prayers were also planned at the Eglise Saint-Etienne where the killing took place, the latest in a nation shaken by three major extremist attacks in the last 18 months. French authorities on Friday filed the first charges tied to the attack against a 19-year-old man accused of "criminal conspiracy with terrorists" over a mobile phone video that police discovered at his home, a judicial source said.
Christians and Muslims to mourn murdered French priest
The International Weightlifting Federation has banned all eight Russian contenders -- five men, including Artem Okulov shown here, and three women -- entered for RioA ban on all Russian weightlifters dealt a new blow to the country ahead of an International Olympic Committee meeting Saturday that will be dominated by multiple doping scandals. New criticism of the athletes' village in Rio added to the dark clouds hanging over the Games which start in one week. The International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) banned all eight Russian contenders -- five men and three women -- entered for Rio.
Blanket weightlifter ban new blow for Russia
This March 15, 2016, file photo shows Eric Gandah walking past a NC Voter ID sign as he enters a precinct to cast his ballot in Greensboro, N.C. A federal appeals court on Friday, July, 29, 2016, blocked a North Carolina law that required voters to produce photo identification and follow other rules disproportionately affecting minorities, finding that the law was intended to make it harder for blacks to vote in the presidential battleground state. (H. Scott Hoffmann/News & Record via AP, File)CHICAGO (AP) — Courts dealt setbacks to Republican efforts in three states to restrict voting, blocking a North Carolina law requiring photo identification, loosening a similar measure in Wisconsin and halting strict citizenship requirements in Kansas.
Courts deal setbacks to GOP voting restrictions in 3 states
Chicago police investigate a police-involved fatal shooting in the 7300 block of South Merrill Avenue in Chicago's South Shore neighborhood on Friday, July 29, 2016. Chicago police say they shot and killed an 18-year-old man who was in a stolen Jaguar that sideswiped a squad car and hit a parked car, injuring some officers, Thursday evening. (Jose M. Osorio/Chicago Tribune via AP)CHICAGO (AP) — Two Chicago officers involved in a shooting that left a suspect dead were relieved of their police powers even as the case is still being investigated, police say.
2 Chicago officers relieved of powers after suspect killed
Carmelo Anthony of the United States grabs a rebound over Miguel Ruiz of Venezuela during their pre-Olympic exhibition game in Chicago, IllinoisKyrie Irving scored 13 points as the US basketball team improved to 4-0 in their run up to the Rio Olympics with an 80-45 exhibition win over Venezuela. Klay Thompson also scored 13 points for the Americans, who cruised to victory despite shooting 42.4 percent, below the 49.8 percent averaged over their first three tune-up games. Team US also committed 13 turnovers in the game in front of a crowd of 20,578 at the United Center in Chicago.
US routs Venezuela in Olympic basketball tune-up
Chicago Bulls general manager Gar Forman, left, and Dwyane Wade hold a uniform during a news conference Friday, July 29, 2016, in Chicago. Wade who played at Miami Heat for 13 years, joined his hometown team for a two-year contract worth about $47 million. (AP Photo/Tae-Gyun Kim)CHICAGO (AP) — When Dwyane Wade was a free agent in 2010, he got a Chicago Bulls jersey when he met with his hometown team. He took it home, put it on and took a picture. Then he deleted it.
Wade excited to join hometown Bulls
Hillary Clinton followed her historic acceptance as the first woman presidential nominee for a major party with a rally in Philadelphia before a tour of Pennsylvania and OhioHillary Clinton and Donald Trump traded insults at opposite ends of the country, taking their fight for the White House to rival battleground states and portraying starkly different visions of America. Clinton followed her historic acceptance speech on Thursday as the first woman presidential nominee for a major party with a rally in Philadelphia before embarking on a bus tour of Rust Belt states Pennsylvania and Ohio. In Colorado, a key western state, her Republican opponent promised "no more Mr Nice Guy." He trashed Clinton's speech as "average," called her a liar and promised to end the migration of Syrian refugees.
Clinton, Trump take gloves off in White House slog
Winter or summer residents of Rio de Janeiro take part in sports, part of the easygoing Carioca way, but also because of a love of living outdoors, where the beach becomes an extension of the living roomRio de Janeiro's residents, or Cariocas, don't need the Olympics to prove their city is the center of the sporting world -- they know that the second they step outside. What's different here is that Cariocas also rise for rowing, paddleboarding, group swimming in the Atlantic, climbing on Sugarloaf Mountain, surfing, skateboarding, football, volleyball -- the list goes on.
For Rio's sports-mad population, it's Olympics every day
Muslims put flowers and hold a minute of silence in front of the church in Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray, western France, where French priest Jacques Hamel was killedThe two nuns who were in the church when Father Jacques Hamel was killed, his throat slit on the altar, said the men appeared aggressive and nervous during the attack at the Eglise Saint-Etienne in Normandy on July 26. Then, one of the attackers seemed pleased. Not a smile of triumph, but a soft smile, that of someone who is happy," nun Sister Huguette Peron told Catholic newspaper La Vie on Friday.
France church attackers 'smiled' and spoke of Koran
Chicago police investigate a police-involved fatal shooting in the 7300 block of South Merrill Avenue in Chicago's South Shore neighborhood on Friday, July 29, 2016. Chicago police say they shot and killed an 18-year-old man who was in a stolen Jaguar that sideswiped a squad car and hit a parked car, injuring some officers, Thursday evening. (Jose M. Osorio/Chicago Tribune via AP)CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson late Friday relieved two officers of their police powers following a police-involved shooting that left a suspect dead.
2 Chicago officers in deadly shooting relieved of powers
Toronto Blue Jays' Edwin Encarnacion hits a solo home run against the Baltimore Orioles during the first inning of a baseball game on Friday, July 29, 2016, in Toronto. (Jon Blacker/The Canadian Press via AP)TORONTO (AP) — Marco Estrada is still dealing with the sore back that forced him to skip his first All-Star Game. Even so, he was effective enough for the Toronto Blue Jays.
Blue Jays hit 3 HRs in first inning, beat Orioles 6-5
Business
Sat, 30 Jul 2016 02:14
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A Wall Street sign outside the New York Stock ExchangeWall Street, seeking direction as the S&P 500 has been stuck in a narrow trading range for 12 days, will next week shift its attention from second-quarter corporate earnings reports to economic data. Investors will be looking for signs of economic strength to reinforce the positive direction hit Friday, when the S&P 500 hit an intraday record high. The overall tone will be of an economy that is getting better at a reasonable pace," said John Manley, chief equity strategist at Wells Fargo Funds Management in New York.
Data in focus as market struggles for direction
A glass with beer and a bottle of Corona are seen in this picture illustration taken in SarajevoThe board of brewer SABMiller will recommend shareholders approve the final takeover offer by Anheuser Busch InBev , the company said on Friday, capping a week of high drama about the fate of the consumer industry's biggest-ever merger. AB InBev raised its cash offer to most shareholders by a pound-per-share on Tuesday, after the recent fall in the British currency made last year's deal less attractive. The board also unanimously decided that it intends to propose that its two largest shareholders, Altria and Bevco be treated as a separate class of shareholders.
SABMiller board to recommend final AB InBev offer
A security guard speaks into a microphone in his sleeve outside the Viacom Inc. headquarters in New YorkJudge Andre Bouchard proposed Oct. 17 for the beginning of the trial. In June, 93-year old Redstone, through his National Amusements Inc holding company, removed five of Viacom's directors, including Chief Executive Philippe Dauman, from the company's board. National Amusements owns 80 percent of voting shares of Viacom and CBS Corp .
Delaware judge proposes October trial over removal of Viacom directors
File photo of author Michael Lewis smiling during an interview at Reuters regarding his book about high-frequency trading (HFT) named "Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt," in New YorkTwo University of California, Berkeley professors have taken a deep dive into new data and found that claims in Michael Lewis' bestseller "Flash Boys" that retail investors are being gouged, or "front-run," by high-speed traders not to be true - at least not now. Professors Robert Bartlett and Justin McCrary said their findings contradict the common belief that fast traders systematically exploit others who rely on public data feeds, which in the past were notoriously slow. "Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt" touted two theories of market abuse that the study, "How Rigged Are Stock Markets?
Berkeley study finds scarce evidence of market 'front-running'
Dow Jones Industrial Average listed company Chevron (CVX)'s logo is seen in Los AngelesChevron Corp posted its worst quarterly loss since 2001 on Friday and Exxon Mobil Corp reported a 59 percent slide in profit, as the long crude price rout and tumbling refining income inflicted pain across the energy sector. Exxon, the world's largest publicly traded oil producer, shocked Wall Street as its quarterly profit missed expectations, sending its shares down as much as 4.5 percent on Friday. In the United States, where Exxon is the largest natural gas producer and a major oil producer, the company lost money.
Oil rout erodes second-quarter profits for U.S. majors Exxon, Chevron
A view of the Goldman Sachs stall on the floor of the New York Stock ExchangeGoldman received the subpoenas earlier this year from the U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the Journal reported, citing a person familiar with the matter. The authorities also want to interview current and former Goldman employees in connection with the inquiries, but none of those meetings had occurred by Friday, WSJ said. The Department of Justice and the SEC declined to comment.
U.S. authorities subpoena Goldman in 1MDB probe: WSJ
A new Fiat Chrysler Automobiles sign is unveiled at Chrysler Group World Headquarters in Auburn Hills, MichiganU.S. auto safety regulators said on Friday they were extending oversight of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV for an additional year, requiring the Italian-American automaker to submit to monthly meetings and early disclosures of potential vehicle issues. In July 2015, Fiat Chrysler agreed to a $105 million settlement with the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration for mishandling nearly two dozen recall campaigns covering 11 million vehicles. Fiat Chrysler said in a statement that the NHTSA's decision to extend the requirements was not based on the company's performance to date, but rather to "facilitate continued communication," citing a letter from the agency.
U.S. extends oversight of Fiat Chrysler safety practices by a year
Headquarters of the European Central Bank (ECB) is seen illuminated with a giant euro sign at the start of the "Luminale, light and building" event in FrankfurtBanks from Italy, Ireland, Spain and Austria fared worst in the latest European Union stress test, which the region's banking watchdog said on Friday showed there was still work to do in order to boost credit to the bloc's economy. "While a number of individual banks have clearly fared badly, the overall finding of the European Banking Authority - that Europe's banks are resilient to another crisis - is heartening," Anthony Kruizinga at PwC said. Italy's Monte dei Paschi , Austria's Raiffeisen , Spain's Banco Popular and two of Ireland's main banks came out with the worst results in the EBA's test of 51 European Union (EU) lenders.
No clean bill of health for EU banks in stress test
Jeffrey Gundlach, founder of DoubleLine Capital, speaks at the Sohn Investment Conference in New York CityJeffrey Gundlach, the chief executive of DoubleLine Capital, said on Friday that many asset classes look frothy and his firm continues to hold gold, a traditional safe-haven, along with gold miner stocks. “The artist Christopher Wool has a word painting, 'Sell the house, sell the car, sell the kids.' That’s exactly how I feel – sell everything. Nothing here looks good,” Gundlach said in a telephone interview.
'Sell everything,' DoubleLine's Gundlach says
Traders work on the floor of the NYSENEW YORK (Reuters) - Wall Street rose on Friday, with the S&P 500 index hitting a record intraday high for the seventh time this month as gains in technology heavyweights Alphabet and Amazon more than made up for losses in energy shares.
Tech shares and muted GDP growth push S&P 500 to record
Mercedes pulls confusing autonomous car ad
Chernobyl site could be rebuilt as a massive solar farm
'Uncharted' movie discovers another writer for its script
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World News
Sat, 30 Jul 2016 02:14
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Turkish soldiers search for missing military personnel suspected of being involved in the coup attempt in MarmarisBy Tulay Karadeniz and Humeyra Pamuk ANKARA/ISTANBUL (Reuters) - President Tayyip Erdogan condemned Western countries on Friday for failing to show solidarity with Turkey over the recent failed coup, saying those who worried over the fate of coup supporters instead of Turkish democracy could not be friends of Ankara. Erdogan also rejected Western criticism of purges under way in Turkey's military and other state institutions which saw more than 60,000 people detained, removed or suspended over suspected links with the coup attempt, suggesting some in the United States were on the side of the plotters. "The attitude of many countries and their officials over the coup attempt in Turkey is shameful in the name of democracy," Erdogan told hundreds of supporters at the presidential palace in the Turkish capital.
Turkey's Erdogan slams West for failure to show solidarity over coup attempt
DIYARBAKIR, Turkey (Reuters) - Turkey's military killed 35 militants from the Kurdistan Workers Party after they attempted to storm a base in the southeastern Hakkari province early on Saturday, military officials said. The officials also said that the death toll from clashes on Friday in Hakkari had risen to eight soldiers, with 25 more wounded. (Reporting by Seyhmus Cakan and Humeyra Pamuk; Writing by David Dolan; Editing by Larry King)
Turkey kills 35 militants after they try to storm base: officials
People inspect the damage as they stand near a Save the Children sponsored maternity hospital (background) after an airstrike in the rebel-controlled town of Kafer Takhareem in Idlib provinceA Syrian maternity hospital in a rebel-held area of Idlib province was extensively damaged on Friday after a direct hit, international charity Save the Children, which supports the hospital, said. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, which monitors violence in Syria's five-year-old conflict, said air strikes hit the hospital and also a civil defense building. The number of casualties is not yet known, a spokesman for Save the Children said.
Syrian maternity hospital supported by Save the Children bombed: charity
Fighters of Libyan forces allied with the U.N.-backed government walk during reconnaissance patrol in a coastline of SirteBy Aidan Lewis SIRTE, Libya (Reuters) - Libyan forces made a fresh push on Friday to capture ground from Islamic State militants besieged in the center of their former North African stronghold of Sirte. The brigades advanced rapidly on Sirte after launching a counter-attack against Islamic State in early May, but their progress has slowed as they close in on the city center. Losing Sirte would be a major blow for Islamic State, which established total control over the coastal city last year and expanded its presence along about 250 km (150 miles) of sparsely populated land on either side.
Libyan forces battle Islamic State snipers for streets of Sirte
Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov meets with U.S. Secretary of State Kerry in MoscowBy Arshad Mohammed and Suleiman Al-Khalidi WASHINGTON/BEIRUT (Reuters) - The United States is trying to determine whether a Russian plan for a humanitarian operation in Syria is sincere, Secretary of State John Kerry said on Friday, adding that if it proves a "ruse" it could ruin cooperation between Moscow and Washington. The 250,000 civilians trapped for weeks inside the besieged rebel-held sector of Aleppo have so far stayed away from "safe corridors" that Moscow and Damascus promised for those trying to escape the most important opposition stronghold in the country.
U.S. worries Russian humanitarian operation in Syria may be 'ruse'
View shows Kremlin towers and St. Basil's Cathedral in central MoscowBy Andrew Osborn MOSCOW (Reuters) - The Kremlin says it had zero involvement in the hacking of Democratic Party emails while U.S. officials say the hack originated in Russia. Seen through Kremlin eyes, Moscow would only be doing what it feels the United States has been doing to it for years anyway - interfering in a geopolitical rival's domestic politics in an attempt to destabilize and shape events. President Vladimir Putin said in February he had seen specific intelligence suggesting Russia's foreign enemies - code for Washington - were preparing to meddle in Russian parliamentary elections later this year.
Russia has motive, capability and form for U.S. email hack
BEIJING (AP) — Beijing has criticized new European tariffs on Chinese steel as "unjustifiable" protectionism coming just weeks after commerce ministers from G20 nations pledged to promote free trade. The European Union said Friday it had set definitive anti-dumping duties on certain Chinese steel bars at rateshigher than initially proposed, following a 2015 investigation prompted by complaints from European steelmaking association Eurofer. The announcement drew an immediate response from the Chinese Ministry of Commerce, which said the EU "unfairly" set new tariffs based on higher profit margin targets for European producers. Fears of a bubbling trade war over steel have dominated G20 talks hosted this year by China.
Top Asian News 7:05 a.m. GMT
PESHAWAR, Pakistan (AP) — A government official says flash floods triggered by monsoon rains have swept away a bus carrying a wedding party in northwest Pakistan, killing 15 people.
15 dead as floods hit bus carrying wedding party in Pakistan
PALLEKELE, Sri Lanka (AP) — Scores at lunch Saturday on the fifth day of the first test between Sri Lanka and Australia at Pallekele International Stadium:
Sri Lanka vs Australia scores
Photojournalists and activists protest the murder of their colleague Ruben Espinosa and four women in Mexico City on August 16, 2015When photojournalist Ruben Espinosa felt harassed by the authorities in eastern Mexico, he fled to the capital. Now, a group of journalists is about to open a secret shelter in Mexico City to protect colleagues like Espinosa in one of the most dangerous countries in the world to be a reporter. "It's a house where we want them to have food, with all the basic services, where they are safe and they have psychological help," Judith Calderon, president of the House of Rights of Journalists, told AFP.
Shelter to open in Mexico for reporters under threat
KANDAHAR, Afghanistan (AP) — An Afghan official says an important district in Helmand province has fallen to Taliban control after heavy fighting that killed or wounded up to 20 police officers.
Afghan official: Taliban capture district in Helmand
Pope Francis, center, attends the Via Crucis (Way of the Cross) with youths participating in World Youth Days, in Blonie Park, Krakow, Poland, Friday, July 29, 2016. (AP Photo/Gregorio Borgia)KRAKOW, Poland (AP) — Pope Francis has prayed at the Divine Mercy Sanctuary in Lagiewniki as he begins a day of religious ceremonies during a visit to Poland.
Pope visits sites tied to Polish saints in Krakow
Demonstrators gather outside Sydney's Town Hall to protest against alleged child abuse in Northern Territory detention centersHundreds of people rallied in major cities across Australia on Saturday criticizing the government's response to video showing aboriginal children being teargassed and abused in prison. Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull has ordered an inquiry into the treatment of children in the detention center after the Australian Broadcasting Corporation this week aired footage showing guards teargassing teenage inmates and strapping a half-naked, hooded boy to a chair. The United Nation Human Rights High Commission called on Australia on Friday to compensate children abused in prison.
U.N. Human Rights Commission slams Australia youth prison abuse
Afghan civil law sets the legal age of marriage at 16 for girls, yet 15 percent of Afghan women under 50 were married before their 15th birthday, according to Save the ChildrenAn elderly Afghan cleric has been arrested after he married a six-year-old girl, officials said Friday, in the latest case highlighting the scourge of child marriages in the war-battered country. Mohammad Karim, said to be aged around 60, was held in central Ghor province as he claimed her parents gave him the girl as a "religious offering", officials said. "This girl does not speak, but repeats only one thing: 'I am afraid of this man'," said Masoom Anwari, head of the women affairs department in Ghor.
Afghan cleric arrested for marrying six-year-old girl
In this Friday, April 29, 2016 photo, a man walks in a steel market in Yichang in central China's Hubei province. Beijing has criticized new European tariffs announced Friday, July 29, 2016 on Chinese steel as "unjustifiable" protectionism coming just weeks after commerce ministers from G20 nations pledged to promote free trade. (Chinatopix Via AP)BEIJING (AP) — Beijing has criticized new European tariffs on Chinese steel as "unjustifiable" protectionism coming just weeks after commerce ministers from G20 nations pledged to promote free trade.
China slams higher European steel tariffs as unjustified
Technology
Sat, 30 Jul 2016 01:21
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U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Clinton looks at a computer screen during a campaign stop at Atomic Object company in Grand RapidsBy Mark Hosenball, Joseph Menn and John Walcott WASHINGTON/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A computer network used by Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s campaign was hacked as part of a broad cyber attack on Democratic political organizations, people familiar with the matter told Reuters. The latest attack, which was disclosed to Reuters on Friday, follows two other hacks on the Democratic National Committee, or DNC, and the party’s fundraising committee for candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives. A Clinton campaign spokesman said in a statement late on Friday that an analytics data program maintained by the DNC and used by the campaign and a number of other entities "was accessed as part of the DNC hack." "Our campaign computer system has been under review by outside cyber security experts.
Exclusive: Clinton campaign also hacked in attacks on Democrats
View shows Kremlin towers and St. Basil's Cathedral in central MoscowBy Andrew Osborn MOSCOW (Reuters) - The Kremlin says it had zero involvement in the hacking of Democratic Party emails while U.S. officials say the hack originated in Russia. Seen through Kremlin eyes, Moscow would only be doing what it feels the United States has been doing to it for years anyway - interfering in a geopolitical rival's domestic politics in an attempt to destabilize and shape events. President Vladimir Putin said in February he had seen specific intelligence suggesting Russia's foreign enemies - code for Washington - were preparing to meddle in Russian parliamentary elections later this year.
Russia has motive, capability and form for U.S. email hack
A Google search page is seen through a magnifying glass in this photo illustration taken in BerlinGoogle parent Alphabet Inc and e-commerce giant Amazon.com Inc capped a blockbuster June quarter for the five biggest U.S. tech companies as their dominance in key markets helped them defy the "law of large numbers". Apple Inc, Microsoft Corp and Facebook Inc, as well as Alphabet and Amazon, all blew past Wall Street expectations for both profit and revenue.
Alphabet and Amazon wind up stellar quarter for big tech
The radar technology of a Tesla Model S being pointed out during a Tesla event in Palo AltoBy David Shepardson WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Tesla Motors Inc told U.S. Senate Commerce Committee staff it is considering two theories that may help explain what led to the May 7 fatal crash that killed a Florida man who was using the car's "Autopilot" system, a person familiar with the meeting told Reuters on Friday. Tesla staff members told congressional aides at an hour-long briefing on Thursday that they were still trying to understand the "system failure" that led to the crash, the source said. Tesla is considering whether the radar and camera input for the vehicle’s automatic emergency braking system failed to detect the truck trailer or the automatic braking system’s radar may have detected the trailer but discounted this input as part of a design to "tune out" structures such as bridges to avoid triggering false braking, the source said.
Tesla mulling two theories to explain 'Autopilot' crash: source
By David Shepardson WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Trade associations representing wireless, cable and broadband operators on Friday urged the full U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia to reverse a ruling upholding the Obama administration's landmark rules barring internet service providers from obstructing or slowing consumer access to web content. A three-judge panel in June, in a 2-1 decision, backed the Federal Communications Commission's so-called net neutrality rules put in place last year to make internet service providers treat all internet traffic equally. Wireless trade association CTIA said in a court filing on Friday seeking a rehearing that "few final rules of any federal administrative agency have ever had so much potential to affect the lives of so many Americans." AT&T also urged the court to reverse the ruling.
Trade groups, AT&T urge U.S. court to reverse 'net neutrality' rules
Photo illustration of logo of car-sharing service app Uber on a smartphone over a reserved lane for taxis in a street in MadridBy Heather Somerville SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A federal judge on Friday denied a motion by Uber Technologies Inc [UBER.UL] to compel arbitration in a passenger lawsuit over so-called surge pricing brought against the ride-hailing company's chief executive. Spencer Meyer, a Connecticut passenger and the lead plaintiff who filed the lawsuit, was subject to a user agreement requiring that disputes with San Francisco-based Uber be arbitrated. Although Meyer sued only CEO Travis Kalanick, the company requested arbitration after Uber was added as a defendant to the lawsuit last month.
U.S. Judge denies Uber motion to compel arbitration in surge-pricing lawsuit
Mercedes pulls confusing autonomous car ad
Chernobyl site could be rebuilt as a massive solar farm
'Uncharted' movie discovers another writer for its script
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's campaign said on Friday that an analytics data program maintained by the Democratic National Committee and used by the campaign was accessed as part of a hack, but outside experts have found no evidence that its internal systems have been compromised. (Reporting by Amanda Becker; Writing by Eric Walsh)
Clinton campaign: no evidence computer systems were compromised
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It’s too early to talk about Samsung’s next-generation Galaxy S8 smartphone, especially now that the South Korean smartphone maker is getting ready to unveil the Galaxy Note 7. But a new report provides more details about what might be one of the processors that will power some of the best Android smartphones launching next year, including the Galaxy S8. DON’T MISS:  Crazy iPhone trick turns your wallpapers into optical illusions A message posted on Weibo picked up from GizmoChina says that Qualcomm’s CEO confirmed that the Snapdragon 830 processor will be made on a 10nm process, and should be released early next year. It’s likely that at least one version of the Galaxy S8 will have a Snapdragon 830 processor inside, and so will many other flagship devices from the competition. What’s exciting about this rumor is the 10nm process manufacturing detail. By moving to 10nm chiptechnology, Qualcomm will be able to make faster and more energy-efficient processors. Since Samsung is going to actually manufacture the new Qualcomm silicon, it’s likely that next year’s Exynos processors will also be 10nm chips. That’s because Samsung typically uses both Exynos and Snapdragon processors in its top mobile devices, but tries to offer the same overall smartphone performance. It’s not just Android that’s about to make the jump to 10nm silicon. Apple’s future iPhone is also expected to pack 10nm chips, which should be made by TSMC. MediaTek is also rumored to be working on its own 10nm chips for mobile devices. It’s unclear so far what a 10nm Snapdragon 830 processor will have to offer, but GizmoChina says that earlier rumors suggested the processor will use a 10nm FinFET process and Kyro 200 architecture, featuring an Adreno 540 GPU, X16 baseband that supports download speeds of up to 980Mbps, LPDDR4X RAM support, and 4K/2K video recording at 60fps, among other things.
This is the reason next year’s Galaxy S8 will be so powerful
AT&T is raising data caps to 1TB for U-verse subscribers only
Politics
Sat, 30 Jul 2016 02:00
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Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump kisses a baby at a campaign rally in Colorado SpringsBy Steve Holland COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Reuters) - U.S. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said he was taking the gloves off in his battle against Democrat Hillary Clinton in the race for the White House after taking a scorching from speakers at the Democratic National Convention. Trump wrapped up a five-day, seven-state campaign swing in Colorado on Friday, where for a fifth straight day his supporters chanted "lock her up" whenever he brought up Clinton's name. Trump supporters say Clinton deserves to be prosecuted for her handling of U.S. foreign policy as President Barack Obama's first-term secretary of state and for her use of a private email server while in that office.
Trump to Clinton: 'No more Mr. Nice Guy'
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and vice presidential candidate Senator Tim Kaine (D-VA), along with former president Bill Clinton, Anne Kaine and Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf arrive for an event at K'NEX in Hatfield, PennsylvaniaBy Grant Smith NEW YORK (Reuters) - Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton held a 6- percentage-point lead over Republican rival Donald Trump, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll with new wording that was released on Friday, the day after she formally accepted her party's nomination for the Nov. 8 election. Nearly 41 percent of likely voters favor Clinton, 35 percent favor Trump, and 25 percent picked "Other," according to the new July 25-29 online poll of 1,043 likely voters, which overlapped with the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. The poll has a credibility interval of 4 percentage points.
Clinton leads Trump by 6 points after Democratic confab: Reuters/Ipsos poll
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton departs her bus with former president Bill Clinton at K'NEX in Hatfield, PennsylvaniaBy Amanda Becker HARRISBURG, Pa. (Reuters) - Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton took her newly energized White House bid on the road on Friday for a tour of crucial "Rust Belt" states Pennsylvania and Ohio, but the campaign's focus was clouded by a newly disclosed cyber attack. Reuters on Friday reported that the computer network used by Clinton's campaign, which is based in Brooklyn, had been hacked as part of a broad cyber attack on Democratic political organizations, citing people familiar with the matter. The campaign said a data program maintained by the Democratic National Committee and used by the campaign and other entities was accessed as part of a cyber attack on the DNC.
Clinton gets down to campaign business with Rust Belt trip
U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Clinton looks at a computer screen during a campaign stop at Atomic Object company in Grand RapidsBy Mark Hosenball, Joseph Menn and John Walcott WASHINGTON/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - A computer network used by Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton’s campaign was hacked as part of a broad cyber attack on Democratic political organizations, people familiar with the matter told Reuters. The latest attack, which was disclosed to Reuters on Friday, follows two other hacks on the Democratic National Committee, or DNC, and the party’s fundraising committee for candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives. A Clinton campaign spokesman said in a statement late on Friday that an analytics data program maintained by the DNC and used by the campaign and a number of other entities "was accessed as part of the DNC hack." "Our campaign computer system has been under review by outside cyber security experts.
Exclusive: Clinton campaign also hacked in attacks on Democrats
Hundreds of protesters surrounded the Hyatt Regency in a normally sleepy suburb of San Francisco. Some even attempted to charge through police barricades into the lobby. The source of their frustration: Donald Trump.
Party faithful: Inside look at the California GOP convention
ER visits are up, and heavier use among young adults reported, but the decreased stigma surrounding recreational pot blunts findings.
What Colorado has learned from legalizing marijuana so far
The People’s Dispensary for Sick Animals awarded a 12-year-old U.S. Marine Corps dog named Lucca the prestigious Dickin Medal.
Marine Corps dog who lost leg in Afghanistan awarded gallantry medal
Virginia state trooper Chad Dermyer, a Marine veteran and father of two, is the 16th law enforcement officer to be killed by a gunman this year — a 129 percent increase over the first three months of 2015. “The numbers are very chilling,” said Jim Pasco, executive director of the Fraternal Order of Police.
Spate of police officers fatally shot is ‘very chilling’
President Obama outlined a number of new actions aimed at combating the country’s deadly opioid epidemic on Tuesday.
Obama seeks to loosen restrictions on opioid abuse medication
US Coalition Airstrikes Kill at Least 28 Civilians in Syria, Say ActivistsThe attack happened in al-Ghandour near Manbij, just one day after the U.S. announced a formal inquiry into airstrikes in the same area that may have led to the single largest loss of civilian life due to coalition airstrikes in Syria. "The number of human losses in the area is rising dramatically," Rami Abdulrahman, founder of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, told ABC News. "The coalition has to stop targeting neighborhoods with civilians.
US Coalition Airstrikes Kill at Least 28 Civilians in Syria, Say Activists
The FBI is investigating a cyber attack on the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee that officials suspect may have been linked to another attack on the Democratic National Committee, ABC News has learned. The DCCC's national press secretary Meredith Kelly confirmed the attack on Friday. "The DCCC can confirm that we have been the target of a cybersecurity incident," Kelly said in a statement to ABC News.
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee Targeted by Cyber-Attack, Official Says
Syria's Nusra Front Cuts Ties With al-QaedaThe Nusra Front has been designated a foreign terrorist group by the United States and was excluded from previous cease-fire agreements. Its ultimate goal is to take control of country away from both President Bashar al-Assad and ISIS.
Syria's Nusra Front Cuts Ties With al-Qaeda
This March 15, 2016, file photo shows Eric Gandah walking past a NC Voter ID sign as he enters a precinct to cast his ballot in Greensboro, N.C. A federal appeals court on Friday, July, 29, 2016, blocked a North Carolina law that required voters to produce photo identification and follow other rules disproportionately affecting minorities, finding that the law was intended to make it harder for blacks to vote in the presidential battleground state. (H. Scott Hoffmann/News & Record via AP, File)CHICAGO (AP) — Courts dealt setbacks to Republican efforts in three states to restrict voting, blocking a North Carolina law requiring photo identification, loosening a similar measure in Wisconsin and halting strict citizenship requirements in Kansas.
Courts deal setbacks to GOP voting restrictions in 3 states
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks during a rally at Broad Street Market in Harrisburg, Pa., Friday, July 29, 2016. Clinton and Kaine begin a three day bus tour through the rust belt. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Fresh off a spirited convention, Hillary Clinton told prospective voters Friday they face a "stark choice" in November and pressed ahead with the scalding rhetoric against her Republican rival that marked many of the speeches in Philadelphia. Another distraction arose, however, as her aides acknowledged that a hacking attack that exposed Democratic Party emails also reached into a computer system used by her own campaign.
Clinton roars against Trump as a hacking distraction arises
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton gets off her campaign bus as she arrives for a rally at K'NEX, a toy company in Hatfield, Pa., Friday, July 29, 2016. Clinton and Kaine begin a three day bus tour through the rust belt. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)WASHINGTON (AP) — A computer service used by the campaign of Hillary Clinton was hacked as part of a broader breach of the Democratic National Committee, an intrusion for which the Russian government is the leading suspect, the campaign said Friday.
Clinton campaign: Computer service used by campaign hacked
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Jason Day of Australia plays his second shot on the 18th hole during the second round of the 2016 PGA Championship at Baltusrol Golf Club on July 29, 2016With his hopes of defending the PGA Championship title seemingly poised on a knife's edge, Australia's top-ranked Jason Day unleashed a run of seven birdies in eight holes to leap among the leaders. After finding a bunker and missing a four-foot bogey putt at Baltusrol's sixth hole, Day found himself at level par for the year's final major tournament, well off the pace. Day answered with two short birdie putts at eight and nine and a 17-footer at the 10th to swing momentum his way.
Day's sparks PGA repeat hopes with birdie binge
Robert Streb matched the lowest round in major tournament history, firing a seven-under par 63 to seize a share of the 36-hole lead at the PGA ChampionshipRobert Streb struggled through the past year without cracking the top 10 in a US PGA Tour event, but the 29-year-old American's perseverance has paid off in historic fashion. Streb matched the lowest round in major tournament history Friday, firing a seven-under par 63 to seize a share of the 36-hole lead alongside countryman Jimmy Walker at the PGA Championship. Taking advantage of a Baltusrol layout softened by morning rains, Streb fired eight birdies against a lone bogey, his 21-foot birdie putt at the par-3 ninth -- his final hole after starting on the back nine -- closing out a historic round.
Streb's perseverance pays off with 63 at PGA
Carmelo Anthony of the United States grabs a rebound over Miguel Ruiz of Venezuela during their pre-Olympic exhibition game in Chicago, IllinoisKyrie Irving scored 13 points as the US basketball team improved to 4-0 in their run up to the Rio Olympics with an 80-45 exhibition win over Venezuela. Klay Thompson also scored 13 points for the Americans, who cruised to victory despite shooting 42.4 percent, below the 49.8 percent averaged over their first three tune-up games. Team US also committed 13 turnovers in the game in front of a crowd of 20,578 at the United Center in Chicago.
US routs Venezuela in Olympic basketball tune-up
Rory McIlroy of Northern Ireland has won four major titles, including the 2012 and 2014 PGA Championships, but has not won a major in two yearsRory McIlroy ended a "disappointing" year at the majors by missing the cut at the PGA Championship for the first time in his career, undone by nagging putting woes. McIlroy fired a one-under par 69 in the second round of the year's final major tournament at Baltusrol, but a birdie-less 74 Thursday proved too much to overcome and he finished one shot beyond the cut line. "I've hit the ball really well this week and I'm walking away not playing the weekend," McIlroy said.
Disheartened McIlroy seeks answers after early PGA exit
PGA: PGA Championship - Second RoundPhil Mickelson made a "horrific" start to the second round of the PGA Championship on Friday but recovered to make the cut with nothing to spare, while Rory McIlroy's bogey at the last saw him miss out by one stroke. Mickelson sliced his tee shot out-of-bounds at the par-four first, his ball landing on the adjacent Shunpike Road and bouncing onto another street. It was just horrific," said Mickelson, who teed up again and in the end was fortunate to salvage a triple-bogey seven after almost hitting his approach shot out-of-bounds too.
Mickelson makes cut despite horror start, McIlroy misses it
Phil Mickelson made a "horrific" start to the second round of the PGA Championship on Friday but recovered to make the cut with nothing to spare, while Rory McIlroy's bogey at the last saw him miss out by one stroke. Mickelson sliced his tee shot out-of-bounds at the par-four first, his ball landing on the adjacent Shunpike Road and bouncing onto another street. It was just horrific," said Mickelson, who teed up again and in the end was fortunate to salvage a triple-bogey seven after almost hitting his approach shot out-of-bounds too.
Golf-Mickelson makes cut despite horror start, McIlroy misses it
Robert Streb of the United States plays his shot from the third tee during the 2016 PGA Championship on July 29, 2016 in Springfield, New JerseyUnheralded Robert Streb matched the record-low round in major golf history with an astonishing seven-under par 63 to seize a share of the lead after the second round of the PGA Championship. Top-ranked defending champion Jason Day's amazing run of seven birdies in eight holes to grab a share of third was overshadowed by a 29-year-old American on a rain-soaked Baltusrol layout soggy enough to surrender low scores in a wild afternoon of shot making. Back-nine starter Streb made a lone bogey and eight birdies, the last of them on a curling 21-foot putt at the par-three ninth to make history and match compatriot Jimmy Walker for the 36-hole lead at nine-under 131.
Streb fires 63 to share PGA lead as Day charges
PGA: PGA Championship - Second RoundBy Larry Fine SPRINGFIELD, New Jersey (Reuters) - Argentinian Emiliano Grillo says he will embrace the opportunity as he enters the third round of the PGA Championship just two strokes off the lead. "I want to be here. I wanted this my whole life. I want to win a major," Grillo told reporters on Friday after shooting three-under-par 67 at Baltusrol to tie for third with world number one and defending champion Jason Day. "We want to see our names on the board. We want to win. We want to hold the trophy. That is what we're here for. "I am going to feel the nerves tomorrow, that's for sure. ...
Young Grillo embraces his major challenge at PGA
By Larry Fine SPRINGFIELD, New Jersey, July 29 (Reuters) - Argentinian Emiliano Grillo says he will embrace the opportunity as he enters the third round of the PGA Championship just two strokes off the lead.
Golf-Young Grillo embraces his major challenge at PGA
PGA: PGA Championship - Second RoundBy Larry Fine SPRINGFIELD, New Jersey (Reuters) - Unheralded Robert Streb fired a record-equaling 63 to share a two-shot lead with Jimmy Walker after the second round of the PGA Championship on Friday, with heavyweights Jason Day and Henrik Stenson lurking nearby. Streb, who has one PGA Tour victory, rolled in a 20-foot birdie putt on his last hole, the ninth at Baltusrol, for the 30th round of 63 ever shot in a major championship. "Most of the year has been a big struggle," said 29-year old Streb, who won the McGladrey Classic two years ago but has missed nine cuts this year including the Masters, U.S. Open, British Open and The Players.
Big finish lifts Streb to share PGA Championship lead
* Streb 63 matches best round in a major * Joins fellow American Walker in lead * Defending champion Day two behind By Larry Fine SPRINGFIELD, New Jersey, July 29 (Reuters) - Unheralded Robert Streb fired a record-equalling 63 to share a two-shot lead with Jimmy Walker after the second round of the PGA Championship on Friday, with heavyweights Jason Day and Henrik Stenson lurking nearby. Streb, who has one PGA Tour victory, rolled in a 20-foot birdie putt on his last hole, the ninth at Baltusrol, for the 30th round of 63 ever shot in a major championship.
Golf-Big finish lifts Streb to share PGA Championship lead
July 30 (Gracenote) - Scores from the PGA Championship at the par-70 course on Friday in Springfield, New Jersey. The cut was set at 142. -9 Jimmy Walker (U.S.) 65 66 Robert Streb (U.S.) 68 63 -7 Jason Day (Australia) 68 65 Emiliano Grillo (Argentina) 66 67 -6 Henrik Stenson (Sweden) 67 67 -5 Patrick Reed (U.S.) 70 65 Martin Kaymer (Germany) 66 69 Brooks Koepka (U.S.) 68 67 -4 Jamie Donaldson (Britain) 69 67 Harris English (U.S.) 67 69 Rickie Fowler (U.S.) 68 68 Hideki Matsuyama (Japan) 69 67 -3 Zach Johnson (U.S. ...
Golf-PGA Championship scores
Robert Streb of the US reacts on the 18th hole during the second round of the 2016 PGA Championship in Springfield, New JerseySpringfield (United States) (AFP) - Robert Streb, who has not had a US top-10 finish in a year, matched the record-low round in major golf history with a seven-under par 63 at Baltusrol to seize a share of the lead at the PGA Championship.
Streb matches major record-low 63 to share PGA lead
(Reuters) - Following is a list of 63s, the lowest scores recorded in major championships, after American Robert Streb became the 28th player to achieve the feat in the second round of the PGA Championship at Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield, New Jersey on Friday (United States unless stated): MASTERS Nick Price (Zimbabwe) 1986 Greg Norman (Australia) 1996 U.S. ...
Factbox: Players who have shot 63s at majors
PGA: PGA Championship - Second RoundBy Larry Fine SPRINGFIELD, New Jersey (Reuters) - Americans Jimmy Walker and Robert Streb shared a two-shot, 36-hole lead at the PGA Championship on Friday with heavyweights Jason Day, Henrik Stenson and Martin Kaymer lurking nearby. Streb, who has one PGA Tour win to his credit, rolled in a 21-foot birdie putt on his last hole, the ninth at Baltusrol, for the 30th round of 63 ever shot in a major championship to tie Walker (66) with a nine-under-par total of 131.
Big finish lifts Streb to PGA Championship lead
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NEW YORK (AP) — A co-founder of the advocacy group Autism Speaks has died after helping build it into one of the leading voices for people with the developmental disorder. Suzanne Wright was 69.
Co-founder of Autism Speaks, Suzanne Wright, dies at 69
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally, Thursday, July 28, 2016, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)NEW YORK (AP) — Donald Trump pulled off the upset — at least in television popularity.
Donald Trump speech beats Hillary Clinton in TV viewership
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A 20-year-old California woman who collapsed in a parking lot after the Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas last month died from drug intoxication and high heat, the Clark County coroner said Friday.
Drugs, heat blamed in woman's death after music festival
FILE - In this Thursday, July 28, 2016, file photo, fans play the highly addictive "Pokemon Go" game during a gathering in central Madrid, Spain, to play the computer game. Since debuting to wild adulation in the U.S., Australia and New Zealand this month, the game from Google spinoff Niantic Inc. has spread like wildfire, launching in more than 30 countries or territories, but not Brazil. For athletes and other visitors caught up in the wave, not having access is just one more knock against an Olympics that officials are racing to get ready. The opening ceremony takes place Friday, Aug. 5. (AP Photo/Daniel Ochoa de Olza, File)RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — So the plumbing and electricity in the athletes' village took several days to fix. Who cares?
What's troubling athletes arriving in Rio? No 'Pokemon Go'
Singer Katy Perry performs during the final day of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia , Thursday, July 28, 2016. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)In a story July 28 about celebrities at the Democratic National Convention, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Shonda Rhimes was the creator of "How to Get Away with Murder." She is an executive producer, not the creator.
Correction: DEM 2016-Convention-Celebrities story
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and former President Bill Clinton arrive for a rally at McGonigle Hall at Temple University in Philadelphia, Friday, July 29, 2016. Clinton and Kaine will begin a three day bus tour through the rust belt. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)A tweet from Sony Pictures' "Ghostbusters" account that many interpreted as an endorsement of Hillary Clinton has disappeared as quickly as a phantom.
Poof! 'Ghostbusters' tweet cheering Clinton deleted
FILE - In this Feb. 4, 2007 file photo, Prince performs during the halftime show of the Super Bowl XLI football game at Dolphin Stadium in Miami. A Minnesota judge overseeing Prince's estate said Thursday, July 28, 2016, he'll consider allowing cameras in court on a hearing-by-hearing basis. Prince, who died April 21 of a drug overdose, had no known will. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara, File)MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — A Minnesota judge overseeing Prince's estate narrowed down the wide pool of potential heirs for the late superstar's fortune on Friday, ruling out nearly 30 claimants while ordering genetic testing for six purported family members.
Court order sharply narrows Prince's potential heirs
WASHINGTON (AP) — Guest lineups for the Sunday TV news shows:
Trump and Clinton set for appearances on Sunday news shows
FILE - In this April 13, 2016 file photo, Jennifer Aniston arrives at the Los Angeles premiere of "Mother's Day." Aniston wrote in her Huffington Post essay earlier this month that constant tabloid speculation over whether she’s pregnant contributes to sexist cultural standards that equate a woman’s worth with her appearance and maternal status. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP, File)LOS ANGELES (AP) — When one of Hollywood's most objectified women talks about tabloid culture, people listen. But while actresses are cheering Jennifer Aniston's recent essay connecting the media's obsession with her looks to the overall objectification of women, most are resigned that reality will be slow to catch up with the conversation.
Aniston essay inspires actresses to address sexist standards
Bollywood actress and UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Priyanka Chopra attends a 'Fair Start Campaign' event in New Delhi on July 5, 2016Indian superstar Priyanka Chopra is not making any compromises in swapping Bollywood for Hollywood. The former Miss World, who has won an army of fans in the US since taking the lead in the American spy thriller television series "Quantico" last year, refuses to be stereotyped by her beauty or her origins.
Indian star Chopra won't compromise: she wants lots of babies
FILE - In this Aug. 12, 2015 file photo, British singer Leona Lewis poses for a portrait in Los Angeles. Lewis is starring as Grizabella in the Broadway revival of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s "Cats." (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP, File)NEW YORK (AP) — When she was not yet 10, Leona Lewis was taken to see "Cats" in London. It turned out to be theatrical catnip.
Leona Lewis puts aside pop world to get her nails in 'Cats'
File-This Dec. 20, 2012, file photo shows rapper and actor Nas, born Nasir Jones, posing in New York. Nas, one of music’s most revered lyricists and story tellers, is taking his talents into filmmaking. The rapper has traded performing onstage to work behind-the-scenes as an executive producer on projects including Netflix's "The Get Down" and IFC Film’s "The Land," which opens in New York and Los Angeles on Friday. Nas said he's looking to make a mark in film like he has done in music. (Photo by Scott Gries/Invision/AP Images, File)ATLANTA (AP) — Nas, one of music's most revered lyricists and story tellers, is taking his talents into filmmaking.
Building his brand: rapper Nas ventures into filmmaking
The films by French director Luc Besson include "The Fifth Element" and "La Femme Nikita"French filmmaker Luc Besson has been ordered to pay Hollywood's self-styled "Master of Horror" John Carpenter nearly half a million dollars for plagiarising his classic 1981 movie "Escape from New York", court documents revealed Friday. The director of "The Fifth Element" and "La Femme Nikita" had denied that his 2012 film "Lockout" copied the cult futuristic thriller in which New York's Manhattan island is a giant prison that has been overrun by its inmates. Kurt Russell plays a government agent-turned-convict who goes inside to rescue the US president after his plane crash-lands there.
French producer Besson guilty of plagiarising action classic
FILE - In this May 21, 2013 file photo, Montel Williams attends the "Now You See Me" premiere at AMC Lincoln Square, in New York. Williams' spokesman told The Associated Press that Williams was detained for about an hour at an airport in Frankfurt, Germany, Friday, July 29, 2016, after inadvertently leaving prescription marijuana powder in his luggage. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP, File)FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — A spokesman for Montel Williams says the television personality was detained by customs officials at an airport in Germany after inadvertently leaving prescription marijuana powder in his luggage.
Montel Williams detained in Germany over medical marijuana
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Washington Monument has reopened after being closed for nearly a week because of problems with its elevator.
Washington Monument reopens; elevator bearings replaced
Health
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The logo of Bayer AG is pictured at the Bayer Healthcare subgroup production plant in WuppertalBy Tom Polansek CHICAGO (Reuters) - The agricultural unit of German chemicals company Bayer AG will halt future U.S. sales of an insecticide that can be used on more than 200 crops after losing a fight with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the company said on Friday. Bayer lost an attempt to continue sales of flubendiamide, marketed in the United States as Belt, after the EPA earlier found that it posed risks to the environment. Dana Sargent, Bayer's vice president of regulatory affairs, said the product was safe.
Bayer says will halt future U.S. sales of insecticide
Aedes aegypti mosquitoes are seen inside Oxitec laboratory in Campinas, BrazilThe state of Florida, the first to report the arrival of Zika in the continental United States, has yet to invite a dedicated team of the federal government's disease hunters to assist with the investigation on the ground, health officials told Reuters. While Florida has a strong record of battling limited outbreaks of similar mosquito-borne viruses, including dengue and chikungunya, the risk of birth defects caused by Zika adds greater urgency to containing its spread with every available means, they say. Other states have quickly called in CDC teams to help track high-profile diseases.
Exclusive: In Florida Zika probe, federal scientists kept at arm's length
By Andrew M. Seaman (Reuters Health) - People who feel ill after eating wheat but who don't have celiac disease may finally have a biological explanation for their symptoms, a new study suggests. Researchers from the U.S. and Italy found that people who claim to have "wheat sensitivity" do have biological reactions to gluten proteins in wheat, rye and barley. It's just that the reactions are different from what's seen in people with celiac disease, which is also triggered by gluten.
Non-celiac 'wheat sensitivity' is an immune disorder, too
Rio Olympics - Olympic VillageThe Australian team said they evacuated their building at the Olympic Village in Rio de Janeiro because of a fire in the basement on Friday, one week before the Games open. The fire, which filled the stairwells of the building with smoke, caused no injuries and the team was back in the building after around half an hour, a team spokesman said. It was the latest incident in a tense week at the Olympic Village, where Australia and several other teams complained about unfinished and dirty rooms before moving in.
Australia team safe after Rio Olympic Village fire evacuation
RICOH Women's British Open 2016By Tony Jimenez WOBURN, England (Reuters) - Liz Young's husband-caddie provided a perfect summary after his expectant wife's brave bid to qualify for the last two rounds of the Women's British Open ended in disappointment on Friday. "The heart was willing but the body gave up on her," Jonathan Young told Reuters after the blonde Englishwoman, who is seven months pregnant, tired over the closing holes and missed the cut on 149, five over par.
Pregnant Young bows out after brave effort at Woburn
By Tony Jimenez WOBURN, England, July 29 (Reuters) - Liz Young's husband-caddie provided a perfect summary after his expectant wife's brave bid to qualify for the last two rounds of the Women's British Open ended in disappointment on Friday. "The heart was willing but the body gave up on her," Jonathan Young told Reuters after the blonde Englishwoman, who is seven months pregnant, tired over the closing holes and missed the cut on 149, five over par.
Golf-Pregnant Young bows out after brave effort at Woburn
Aedes aegypti mosquitoes are seen at the Laboratory of Entomology and Ecology of the Dengue Branch of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in San JuanBy Barbara Liston and Zachary Fagenson ORLANDO, Fla./MIAMI (Reuters) - Florida authorities on Friday reported the first sign of local Zika transmission in the continental United States, concluding that mosquitoes likely infected four people with the virus that can cause a rare but serious birth defect. Governor Rick Scott said the state believed active transmission of the virus was occurring within an area of Miami about the size of a square mile (2.6 square kms). While health officials have yet to identify mosquitoes carrying the virus, the state has ruled out other means of transmission, including travel to another country with a Zika outbreak, and sexual contact.
Florida cases seen as first sign Zika transmitted locally in U.S
Hospitals and accredited birth centers are still the safest place for a woman to give birth, according to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG). In a newly published Committee Opinion, the College describes times when home birth should not be considered, such as when the fetus is in a breech or transverse position rather than head-down, when the mother is pregnant with multiples or when she’s had a Cesarean section in the past. Since then, a number of studies have cleared up some uncertainties about birth outcomes, particularly as home birth is practiced in the U.S., said primary author Dr. William H. Barth Jr., chief of the Division of Maternal-Fetal Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Planned home birth still carries risks
Global health officials are racing to better understand the Zika virus behind a major outbreak that began in Brazil last year and has spread to many countries in the Americas. Zika is transmitted to people through the bite of infected female mosquitoes, primarily the Aedes aegypti mosquito, the same type that spreads dengue, chikungunya and yellow fever. The Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) said Aedes mosquitoes are found in all countries in the Americas except Canada and continental Chile, and the virus will likely reach all countries and territories of the region where Aedes mosquitoes are found.
Factbox: Why the Zika virus is causing alarm
The following timeline charts the origin and spread of the Zika virus from its discovery nearly 70 years ago: 1947: Scientists researching yellow fever in Uganda's Zika Forest identify the virus in a rhesus monkey 1948: Virus recovered from Aedes africanus mosquito in Zika Forest 1952: First human cases detected in Uganda and Tanzania 1954: Virus found in Nigeria 1960s-80s: Zika detected in mosquitoes and monkeys across equatorial Africa 1969–83: Zika found in equatorial Asia, including India, Indonesia, Malaysia and Pakistan 2007: Zika spreads from Africa and Asia, first large outbreak on ...
Timeline: Zika's origin and global spread
Tourists visit the Wynwood Walls in Miami, FloridaChristophe and Franziska Lefever were admiring graffiti at an outdoor gallery in a chic Miami arts district on Friday when they learned that the first cases of Zika spread by mosquitoes in the continental United States were contracted in the area. "We're covered in bug bites already," said Christophe Lefever, 26, weighing his and his wife's odds of getting infected with a virus tied to a rare but serious birth defect. The couple from Austria decided it was probably safe to continue enjoying their vacation, even though Florida authorities now consider it probable that the virus has been transmitted by mosquito bites in the area.
Trendy Miami neighborhood is first in U.S. with local Zika spread
A pile of government pamphlets explaining North Carolina's controversial "Voter ID" law sits on table as the law goes into effect for the state's presidential primary in CharlotteA U.S. appeals court on Friday struck down a North Carolina law that required voters to show photo identification when casting ballots, ruling that it intentionally discriminated against African-American residents. The ruling, a victory for rights advocates that will enable thousands of people to vote more easily, is also likely to be seen as a boost for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton going into the election on Nov. 8. The state is politically important as it does not lean heavily toward either Democrats or Republicans, and Clinton is heavily favored among black Americans over Republican nominee Donald Trump.
U.S. court strikes down North Carolina voter ID law
More than 106,000 sexual offences, including nearly 36,000 rapes, were recorded by police in England and Wales in the year ending March 2016The centre at the Royal London Hospital is the world's first maternity clinic specifically for rape survivors, according to the My Body Back project which helps women who have experienced sexual violence. Pavan Amara, founder of My Body Back, said for some women pregnancy was the first time since their rape that they felt they had no control over their bodies.
London maternity clinic to help survivors of rape
Francisco Radler, director of the Brazilian Laboratory for Doping Control, talks during an interview with Reuters outside the Brazilian Laboratory of Doping Control in Rio de JaneiroBy Paulo Prada and Pedro Fonseca RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Security is the top focus for the laboratory that will conduct doping exams at the upcoming Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, the lab's director said Friday, amid global scrutiny following the recent scandal surrounding Russian athletes. Citing major breaches that the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) described at a Russian laboratory, chemist Francisco Radler said the lab must ensure that cheating, through infiltration by outsiders or other efforts to manipulate testing, is "impossible." In an interview with Reuters outside the new laboratory, a remote five-story building on the island campus of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Radler said a security force of about 50 people, including military police and private guards, will guard the nearly 200 local and international scientists and technicians who will conduct Olympic testing.
Head of Rio lab: Security paramount for Olympic doping tests
By Ronnie Cohen (Reuters Health) - Women who reported douching almost doubled their risk of developing ovarian cancer, a national U.S. study shows. Prior studies have linked douching, or vaginal washing with a device, to yeast infections, pelvic inflammatory disease and ectopic pregnancies. Researchers have also found associations between douching and cervical cancer, reduced fertility, HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases.
Ovarian cancer risk nearly doubles in women who douche
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Astronaut Neil A. Armstrong, Apollo 11 commander, is pictured inside the Lunar Module (LM) while the LM rested on the lunar surface during the Apollo 11 mission in this NASA handout photoBy Irene Klotz CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (Reuters) - Apollo astronauts who ventured to the moon are at five times greater risk of dying from heart disease than shuttle astronauts, U.S. researchers said on Thursday, citing the dangers of cosmic radiation beyond the Earth's magnetic field. The study by researchers at Florida State University and NASA found that three Apollo astronauts, including Neil Armstrong, the first person to walk on the moon, or 43 percent of those studied, died from cardiovascular disease, a finding with implications for future human travel beyond Earth. The research, published in the journal Scientific Reports, was the first to look at the mortality of Apollo astronauts, the only people so far to travel beyond a few hundred miles (km) of Earth.
Study finds cosmic rays increased heart risks among Apollo astronauts
A NASA handout of the planet Jupiter/s trademark Great Red SpotBy Irene Klotz CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (Reuters) - Scientists have long wondered why Jupiter's upper atmosphere has temperatures similar to those of Earth, even though the biggest planet in the solar system is five times farther away from the sun. The answer may be The Great Red Spot, an enormous storm big enough to swallow three Earths that has been raging on Jupiter for at least three centuries, a study showed on Wednesday. Using an infrared telescope at Hawaii's Mauna Kea Observatory, scientists discovered that the upper atmosphere above the Great Red Spot – the largest storm in the solar system - is hundreds of degrees hotter than anywhere else on the planet.
Great Red Spot storm heating Jupiter's atmosphere, study shows
The integrated operating table engineered to move in sync with the da Vinci robot allowing the surgeon to find the best working angle without the need to stop and reposition the robot's arms is shown in SunnyvaleBy Susan Kelly CHICAGO (Reuters) - Even though many doctors see need for improvement, surgical robots are poised for big gains in operating rooms around the world. Within five years, one in three U.S. surgeries - more than double current levels – is expected to be performed with robotic systems, with surgeons sitting at computer consoles guiding mechanical arms. Robotic surgery has been long dominated by pioneer Intuitive Surgical Inc, which has more than 3,600 of its da Vinci machines in hospitals worldwide and said last week the numberof procedures that used them jumped by 16 percent in the second quarter compared to a year earlier.
New crop of robots to vie for space in the operating room
Britain's Prince Charles and British particle physicist Brian Cox applaud during the Prince's Trust Celebrate Success Awards at the Odeon Leicester Square, in central LondonBritish physics professor Brian Cox taught students at St. Paul's Way Trust School in London on Tuesday how to create fire with methane gas. The school is hosting a science summer school and invited the celebrity physicist, who says he hopes the project will bring in those from different backgrounds. "There is no shortage of enthusiasm for students and young people when you talk about science and engineering," Cox said.
Scientist Brian Cox holds summer master class in London for kids
The world's first clone of an adult animal, Dolly the sheep, bleats during a photocall at the Roslin Institute in EdinburghBy Ben Hirschler LONDON (Reuters) - The heirs of Dolly the sheep are enjoying a healthy old age, proving cloned animals can live normal lives and offering reassurance to scientists hoping to use cloned cells in medicine. Dolly, cloning's poster child, was born in Scotland in 1996. Now researchers have allayed those fears by reporting that 13 cloned sheep, including four genomic copies of Dolly, are still in good shape at between seven and nine years of age, or the equivalent of 60 to 70 in human years.
Healthy clones: Dolly the sheep's heirs reach ripe old age
Putrid-Smelling Corpse Flower Finally Blooms: Watch It LiveNormally, the smell of putrefying, decaying flesh wouldn't be cause for celebration, but it is today, with the blooming of the rare but stinky corpse flower at the New York Botanical Garden (NYBG). Corpse flowers bloom only once every seven to 10 years, and this is the first time that this particular plant has blossomed since the NYBG acquired it in 2007, they said. As soon as the bud began to open last night (July 28), NYBG representatives took to Twitter to announce the good news, saying, "Your eyes aren't playing tricks on you.
Putrid-Smelling Corpse Flower Finally Blooms: Watch It Live
Hyena Meets Tasmanian Devil: Ancient 'Hypercarnivore' UnearthedA newfound extinct marsupial "hypercarnivore" from Australia — one that researchers say looked like a cross between a Tasmanian devil and a hyena — was about twice as big as Australia's largest living flesh-eating marsupials, a new study finds. Although scientists have so far discovered only a single lower molar tooth of this predator, they deduced from the animal's tooth that "almost certainly it was a very active predator with an extremely powerful bite," said study lead author Mike Archer, a paleontologist at the University of New South Wales in Sydney. This term "generally refers to a predator that is larger than a cat whose diet is at least 75 percent meat," Archer told Live Science.
Hyena Meets Tasmanian Devil: Ancient 'Hypercarnivore' Unearthed
Death Spiral: 4th Phase of Life May Signal the End Is NearAlthough most of the "death spiral" research has focused on fruit flies, scientists think these studies can offer valuable insight into the last stage of human life as well. "We believe this is part of the process of, basically, genetically programmed death," Laurence Mueller, chair of the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at the University of California, Irvine, said in an interview with Live Science. Over the past decade, several studies of fruit flies have suggested this spiral toward death can be seen in the drop in reproductive rate (fecundity), according to a review of this research by Mueller and his colleagues, published earlier this year in the journal Biogerontology.
Death Spiral: 4th Phase of Life May Signal the End Is Near
Spaceflight Is Entering a New Golden Age, Says Blue Origin Founder Jeff BezosEarly Monday (Nov. 23), the private spaceflight company Blue Origin made a major stride in the pursuit of fully reusable rockets, when it launched an uncrewed vehicle into space and then soft-landed the rocket booster on the ground. "It was one of the greatest moments of my life," said Jeff Bezos, Blue Origin's founder, speaking about the landing in a press briefing yesterday (Nov. 24). "And my teammates here at Blue Origin, I could see felt the same way.
Spaceflight Is Entering a New Golden Age, Says Blue Origin Founder Jeff Bezos
Turkey and Football: How Astronauts Celebrate Thanksgiving in SpaceThanksgiving in space will be a lot like the holiday down here on the ground — minus the gravity, of course. Like most Americans, NASA astronauts Scott Kelly and Kjell Lindgren have Thanksgiving (Nov. 26) off, and they'll spend the day aboard the International Space Station (ISS) watching football and enjoying a turkey-centric feast, agency officials said. Kelly and Lindgren gave viewers a look at that feast in a special Thanksgiving video this week, breaking out bags of smoked turkey, rehydratable corn, candied yams and potatoes au gratin.
Turkey and Football: How Astronauts Celebrate Thanksgiving in Space
Mysterious Purple Sea Orb Stymies ScientistsWith those words, scientists aboard the Exploration Vessel Nautilus uncovered a marine mystery: a small purple orb tucked halfway under a rock off the coast of California. "None of the known species of California pleurobranch are purple," said Susan Poulton, a spokeswoman for the E/V Nautilus expeditions. It was found on July 18, during an E/V Nautilusexploration of Arguello Canyon, west of the Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary.
Mysterious Purple Sea Orb Stymies Scientists
The Nestle logo is pictured on the company headquarters building in VeveyNestle said it is teaming up with Samsung in a research project to explore the potential of nutrition science and digital sensor technologies. The companies said on Thursday they are developing a new digital health platform to provide individuals with more personalised recommendations around nutrition, lifestyle and fitness. Health has become an increasing focus for Nestle in recent years, generating estimated sales of about 4 billion Swiss francs ($4.08 billion) out of Nestle's total 88.8 billion francs in 2015.
Nestle says to collaborate with Samsung to explore nutrition science
Belgian scientist Derese drinks water from a machine that turns urine into drinkable water and fertilizer using solar energy, at the University of GhentA team of scientists at a Belgian university say they have created a machine that turns urine into drinkable water and fertilizer using solar energy, a technique which could be applied in rural areas and developing countries. While there are other options for treating waste water, the system applied at the University of Ghent uses a special membrane, is said to be energy-efficient and to be applicable in areas off the electricity grid. "We're able to recover fertilizer and drinking water from urine using just a simple process and solar energy," said University of Ghent researcher Sebastiaan Derese.
Belgian scientists make novel water-from-urine machine
By Kate Kelland LONDON (Reuters) - Scientists in Germany have discovered a bacteria hiding out in peoples' noses that produces an antibiotic compound that can kill several dangerous pathogens, including the superbug MRSA. The early-stage finding, reported in the journal Nature on Wednesday, could one day lead to a whole new class of antibiotic medicines being developed to fight drug-resistant bacterial infections, the researchers said. As well as being a focal point for many viral infections, the nasal cavity is also a rich ecosystem of 50 or so different species of bacteria, lead researcher Andreas Peschel of the University of Tuebingen told reporters in a telephone briefing.
Scientists find potential new antibiotic, right under their noses
In this undated image provided by Adam Summers, a University of Washington professor in the department of Biology and the School of Aquatic and Fisheries Sciences, a scan of the Thoracocarax Stellatus species of fish is shown, with color added by computer to enhance the rendering of the structure of the bones. Summers is using a micro computed tomography, also known as "CT," scanner at a lab on Washington's San Juan Island as part of an ambitious project to scan and digitize more than 25,000 species in the world. (Adam Summers/University of Washington via AP)SEATTLE (AP) — University of Washington biology professor Adam Summers no longer has to coax hospital staff to use their CT scanners so he can visualize the inner structures of stingray and other fish.
Washington scientist launches effort to digitize all fish
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Linda Patricia Thompson (Oregon Department of Corrections via AP)Recently released from prison in Oregon, she tells officials she found life on the streets too difficult.
FBI: Woman robbed bank to return to prison
San Diego Police on July 29 urging a man to surrender as they searched for suspects in a shooting that killed one office and injured another. (Denis Poroy/AP)Police arrest a 52-year-old man in connection with a shooting that left one officer dead and another injured.
Suspect arrested in killing of San Diego cop
Portion’s of the Wisconsin’s voter ID law were struck down by a federal judge. (AP)Rulings block a N.C. law requiring photo ID, loosen a similar one in Wisconsin, and halt strict citizenship requirements in Kansas.
Courts roll back voter restrictions in 3 states
New Sandy Hook school opens nearly 4 years after massacreBuilt to replace the one demolished after the 2012 massacre, it features three courtyards, “treehouse” study spaces, and a rain garden.
New Sandy Hook school opens 4 years later
A man fills out a ballot while standing at a voting booth at City Hall in San Francisco, Tuesday, June 7, 2016. Voter turnout is expected to be higher then normal in the nation's most populous state for Tuesday's presidential primary. (AP Photo/Jeff Chiu)A federal judge throws out multiple aspects of the law, leaving it intact but ruling unconstitutional many restrictions.
Parts of Wisconsin voter ID law struck down
This time, the woman is in charge — and the man is by her sideAttitudes  have changed since 1984, when Walter Mondale and Geraldine Ferraro became the first co-ed major presidential ticket.
This time, woman in charge on political stage
Hillary Clinton campaigns in Philadelphia. (Getty Images)The Justice Dept. is investigating the incident, which follows reports of two other hacks on the party.
Clinton campaign hacked in 3rd attack on Dems
Muslim woman shares touching story of stranger’s empathy, compassionLeena Al-Arian tells a story of compassion — a stranger who apologized to her for anti-Muslim sentiment in society today.
Muslim-American woman shares touching tale
Tim Kaine and Hillary Clinton (J. Scott Applewhite/AP)One of the biggest takeaways from Kaine’s DNC speech is that Clinton’s running mate is really just a typical dad.
America, Tim Kaine loves your dad jokes
Jeanette Williams places a bouquet of roses at a memorial for Sandra Bland. (Pat Sullivan, File/AP)The Texas police officer claims to have evidence of wrongdoing in the Sandra Bland case.
Officer: I was threatened by prosecutors
Clinton-Obama hug goes viral on Instagram. (AP)Data from social media indicate which moments from the Democratic National Convention resonated most with the American people.
Clinton-Obama hug goes viral on Instagram
(Yahoo News)Read some of the best diaries from each day of the Republican and Democratic conventions.
The Unconventional Diaries: Two wild weeks
Hillary Clinton (Yahoo Finance)The difference between the two plans for the U.S. economy is stark, according to a study by Moody's Analytics.
Clinton's economic plan beats Trump's
Hillary Clinton speaks during the final day of the Democratic National Convention. (John Locher/AP)Like many Methodist kids, Hillary Clinton would have been taught the famous saying in church.
Where Clinton's 'do all the good' came from
(Yahoo News)Yahoo News enlisted participants at the DNC representing different viewpoints and roles to file daily diary entries.
Unconventional Diaries: Clinton’s grand finale
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