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Paul McCartney adds tour dates for New Jersey, New York


McCartney announced on Tuesday that he will play all four major arenas in September. The first leg of McCartney's epic, globe-spanning "One on One" tour opened April 13th, 2016 in Fresno, California and concluded mid-October. As a performer, McCartney has played at Buckingham Palace, the Coliseum in Rome, Moscow's Red Square, the White House, and has even had a performance broadcast live into space. Read More »

Reliance Entertainment launches BIGFLIX in 9 languages globally


In its revamped avatar, BIGFLIX will also serve the latent demand of the Indian expatriates across the world. "We were the first organised players fighting in an unorganised and heavily pirated market, which was a huge task then. BIGFLIX will provide high quality video content from some of the biggest banners including Dharma, Disney, Viacom, Phantom, Telegu One and Rajshri, among others", said Amit Khanduja, CEO, Reliance Entertainment-Digital. Read More »

Donald Trump Has the Lowest Approval Rating Since 1945


But during his campaign, he referenced the point himself and promised to fight for a sweeping package of legislation as part of his 100-day plan in his " Contract with the American Voter ". Since taking office on January 20, his approval rating has hovered around 40 percent in most polls. Recent presidents have enjoyed majority approval ratings 100 days into their presidencies - Barack Obama had a 61% approval rating, while George W. Read More »

Marlins latest to feel power of Mariners' Haniger

Lefthander Wei-Yin Chen threw seven hitless innings, walking two, before being pulled for veteran reliever Brad Ziegler, who pitched a ideal eighth. Mariners almost no-hit in 5-0 loss to Marlins Signup to the Morning Brief Custom-curated news highlights, delivered weekday mornings. Read More »

UN Security Council must ready new sanctions on North Korea


Top Trump administration officials will hold a rare briefing on Wednesday at the White House for the entire U.S. Senate on the situation in North Korea. North Korean Kim Jong-un was reported to attend the event. South Korea's Joint Chiefs of Staff said they are closely watching North Korean military action in the Wonsan city area, where the drills are reportedly being held. Read More »

Best Place to Drop the Samsung Galaxy S8? Water

However, Samsung Electronics chose to release the Galaxy S7 a month later than usual after it discontinued production of the Galaxy Note 7 past year. Unsurprisingly, both models did well in water-drop tests. Currently, they are the best of what Samsung has to offer. The rear camera on both of these devices remain unchanged from past year, but Samsung has indeed made some changes to the software processing, etc. Read More »

World marks Holocaust Remembrance Day


The White House also faced backlash in January for not mentioning Jews or anti-Semitism in its statement honoring International Holocaust Remembrance Day . Some 160,000 elderly survivors remain, with a similar number worldwide. The central theme of this year's commemorations at Yad Vashem was "Restoring Their Identities: The Fate of the Individual During the Holocaust". Read More »

Russia-linked hackers targeted Macron campaign

A French official told CNN that French intelligence services are warning campaigns to take steps to prevent being targeted by hackers. In this photo combination, French centrist presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron waves before he addresses his supporters at his election day headquarters in Paris, Sunday April 23, 2017, left, and far-right candidate for the presidential election Marine Le Pen waves at supporters after she delivers a speech during a meeting in Bordeaux, southwestern ... Read More »

Why Nike's LeBron James Is Having A Very Good Week


James nailed a go-ahead 3-pointer with 1:08 remaining before the Cavs held on to top the Pacers, 106-102 at Indiana. Time will only tell if Larry Bird and the Pacers brass will attempt to trade George in the offseason or make one more run at things next year. Read More »

Taliban kill 8 policemen in northern province

Afghanistan's defence minister and army chief of staff resigned on Monday after the deadliest ever Taliban attack on a military base, threatening to overshadow a visit by U.S. "2017 is going to be another tough year for the valiant Afghan security forces and the global troops who have stood, and will continue to stand, shoulder to shoulder with Afghanistan against terrorism", Mattis said. Read More »

North Korea detains USA citizen, bringing total to 3


Yonhap said Kim, in his late 50s, had been involved in aid programs in North Korea . Kim is one of three USA citizens now held in North Korea. The Swedish Embassy in North Korea's capital of Pyongyang said it was aware of a Korean-American citizen being detained recently, but could not comment further. Read More »

Wife's Fitbit logs steps after husband says she died


Police say Dabate had a pregnant mistress. Connie Dabate was found dead at their home in CT by police. In text messages, he told his lover that he and his wife were "on the same page" for an divorce. District attorney Craig Stedman said that Connie's FitBit, a wristband that tracks steps and activities, indicated that she was moving an entire hour after Dabate claimed the intruder murdered her. Read More »

Egyptian-American woman freed in Egypt goes home on USA military plane


Trump and White House aides negotiated their release as well as freedom for four other humanitarian workers, and Trump sent a USA government aircraft to Cairo to bring them home, the Post reported . "We're very grateful that President Trump personally engaged with the issue", Basel Hijazi told The Washington Post . Hijazi, an American citizen, grew up close to Washington , D.C. Read More »

Cremation of Thailand's late king to be held on Oct. 26


Government spokesman Lieutenant General Sansern Kaewkumnerd said five days of funerary rites would begin on October 25, with the cremation on the second evening. His rule spanned seven tumultuous decades that witnessed significant economic growth but saw democratic aspirations wilt under the weight of multiple palace-endorsed coups. Read More »

FaceApp is sorry its 'hot' filter gives people light skin tones


In previous interviews Goncharov, who is a former Microsoft and Yandex engineer, said FaceApp differs from other face-tuning software, which usually adds filters, because it uses deep learning technology to alter the photo itself. "We are deeply sorry for this unquestionably serious issue", he said in a statement given to Newsbeat. "It is an unfortunate side-effect of the underlying neural network caused by the training set bias, not intended behaviour". Read More »

Brendon McCullum scores 72 in defeat


With Gayle (77 from 38 balls) and Virat Kohli (64 from 50 balls) firing, Bangalore set up an imposing 213-2 off their 20 overs. New Zealander Brendon McCullum pummelled 72 from 44 deliveries but lacked support in the top order. The 37-year-old Jamaican went into the match having failed to make any significant contribution for his franchise in the ongoing season, which led to his exclusion from the XI. Read More »

Iran's FM says U.S. not living up to nuke deal


Despite repeated pledges to rip up, renegotiate or otherwise alter them, the US has yet to withdraw from any of these economic, environmental or national security deals, as Trump's past criticism turns to tacit embrace of several key elements of USA foreign policy. Read More »

New Orleans Government Begins Removal Of Confederate Monuments

Landrieu declined to disclose a timetable for the removal of the other three monuments because of an "intense level of threats and intimidations" to the hired contractors who are being paid with private money. After the racially charged massacre inside Mother Emanuel A.M.E Church in SC, the state made a decision to remove the confederate flag from the grounds of the state capitol. Read More »

ABB, IBM Partner to 'Bring Real-Time Cognitive Insights to Factory Floor'


One attempt to use it in cancer treatment at a Texas hospital stalled due in part to challenges of integrating the technology with the hospital's data systems, even though IBM said Watson itself was working effectively in that context. "And that is the difference that many risk and compliance officers are desperate for", said Ms. Van Kralingen. She said that Watson is learning to work with numerical data and moving above and beyond its language processing abilities, which was the main basis ... Read More »

Rangers' Andy Halliday's horror tackle on Celtic's Patrick Roberts


Rangers showed some signs of life later in the game, with Kenny Miller having several chances after being moved up front, but Caixinha revealed he had altered his team talk after assistant Helder Baptista's warning. Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers said his side were a joy to watch. "I thought we looked a real powerful, top quality side today". "But the manner in which we kept the possession and controlled the game, it was total domination". Read More »

Venezuelans shut down roads and highways in protest


Trying to keep the pressure on Maduro, the opposition is seeking new strategies, such as a silent protest held on Saturday and Monday's "sit-ins". Maduro has branded the protesters "vandals and terrorists", and used security forces to fire water cannons and tear gas canisters at the demonstrators. Read More »

Sydney sightseeing day planned for Pence


It was in response to that threat that North Korea later on Saturday night issued a statement through its official news agency, threatening to attack Australia with nuclear missiles for "blindly and zealously toeing the U.S. The South China Sea, where China's territorial claims, land reclamation and construction have drawn criticism from its neighbours and the USA, is also likely to factor in talks between Pence and Turnbull. Read More »

Funeral under way for ex-NFL player Aaron Hernandez


Hernandez was laid to rest Monday in his hometown of Bristol, Conn . Spikes played with Hernandez in college and with the New England Patriots. Police closed off streets and the main areas around the funeral home, respecting the family's wishes for privacy. Read More »