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Nebraska Democratic official ousted for Scalise comment


Steve Scalise in Alexandria, Virginia. Nebraska Democratic Party Chair Jane Kleeb ousted Phil Montag , the volunteer co-chair of the technology's committee, as soon as she heard the recording, the Omaha World-Herald reported. The Nebraska GOP said "this troubling rhetoric from leaders of Nebraska Democratic Party calling the shooting of Congressman Scalise amusing and stating that they wish he was dead is completely reprehensible and disappointing". Lire la suite »

OnePlus 5 Telephoto Lens Doesn't Have 2x Optical Zoom


In fact, the launch keynote seemed to imply that 2x is the maximum optical zoom, although OnePlus never claimed that 2x represents pure optical zoom. Well, optical zoom is a physical action within the camera, whereby you get a true and lossless zoom. To put it simply, the OnePlus 5 uses a combination of optical and digital zoom. Lire la suite »

Snapchat launches location sharing 'Snap Map' feature


You can also decide if you want to share your location with friends or simple keep it to yourself - which the company refers to as the Ghost Mode . All you have to do is, go to the camera tab and pinch out to zoom out to view the map. It has been edited by FactorDaily for grammar, language and style. Variety reports that nearly a third of the 13-24-year-old Snapchatters they surveyed said they use Snapchat specifically because their parents do not use it. Lire la suite »

Chelsea complete the signing of Dutch wonderkid Daishawn Redan


It is thought that Redan has already signed on for the Blues and will commence his career with the club on July 1. He has been with Ajax since the age of eight but has decided against signing professional terms. 'We have mapped out a path for him and there is depth discussions with him and his management, ' Ajax youth coach Said Ouaali said. " We have made every effort to maintain a great talent in Daishawn, but at some point it ends ". Lire la suite »

Macron's party celebrates victory in French parliamentary elections


Though lower than forecast by pollsters, Macron's majority swept aside France's main traditional parties, humiliating the Socialists and conservative The Republicans party that had alternated in power for decades. The Macron team acknowledged the criticism, with government spokesman Christophe Castaner admitting: "We got a clear majority but at the same time, the French people didn't want to sign a blank cheque". Lire la suite »

Turkey lauds Pakistan's role in Muslim world


According to a statement issued by the ISPR, Chief of the Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa thanked the Turkish PM to support Pakistan in various worldwide fora. The army chief said that Pakistan supports Turkey's position on Cyprus and its efforts against terrorism, it added. The two sides also agreed upon potential for cooperation in the field of security policies, defence production and human resource training. Lire la suite »

Castaway Cove Waterpark teaching kids to swim, bringing awareness to drowning


The number of reported child drownings in swimming pools involving children younger than 5 has decreased 17 percent nationwide since 2010, according to the CPSC . Swimming lessons for all level swimmers are available at the Paul Nelson Aquatic Center throughout the year. Ashlyn and the other participants also learned how to make ice cream scoops out of their hands for their arm strokes and how to streamline with their arms as sharp as an arrow so they can glide through the water. Lire la suite »

Winnipeg building renamed for city's first female mayor


Thompson Building at 510 Main Street on Thursday. Thompson was Winnipeg's first female mayor and served two terms from 1992-1998. The switch at the 510 Main St. She described the act as "a declaration of respect for all women". The naming of the Susan A. Thompson Building was supported unanimously by city council. Lire la suite »

Manson follower, longest-serving female inmate, seeks parole


Having already served 47 years behind bars, the 69-year-old is now the longest-serving female inmate in all of California's prison system. Her attorney argued in December that Krenwinkel had been physically abused by Manson . Prosecutors say the slayings were meant to spark an apocalyptic race war that Manson called "Helter Skelter", after a Beatles song. - Convicted Manson followers Leslie Van Houten and Bruce Davis were recommended for parole . Lire la suite »

Lebanese man detained after returning from Israel


Israel's Ambassador to the U.N. Danny Danon told the Security Council in a letter that the group is merely a cover for terror activities. "Recent IDF intelligence has found Hezbollah operating out of outposts marked with the logo of Green Without Borders - an organization supposedly working to protect Lebanon's environment by planting trees", the IDF claims . Lire la suite »

Animal Services employee arrested in Manatee Co. after dog dies in van

According to the Manatee County Sheriff's Office, Frederick Allen Brown, 35, transported three dogs to the Animal Services office, located at 305 25th Street West in Palmetto, on May 17. When he returned the next day, the remaining dog was dead. An investigation determined the dog died of an apparent heat stroke. Browning told detectives he was in a rush and forgot to remove the animal. Lire la suite »

"Turkey says United States decision to issue arrest warrants 'wrong", 'lacks legal basis'

Eleven people were hurt in what Washington's police chief described as a "brutal attack" on peaceful protesters. The second man, Eyup Yildirim of New Jersey, faces two felony assault charges and a misdemeanor assault charge. (1545 GMT) on Thursday to provide an update on the incident. The Justice Department did not respond to requests for comment. The charges send a clear message that the United States "does not tolerate individuals who use intimidation and violence to stifle freedom of speech ... Lire la suite »

Apple tells court Qualcomm chip licenses invalid


Apple has expanded its legal battle against Qualcomm, accusing the U.S. chip maker of charging for invalid patents in the latest twist in the clash between the two tech giants. Apple "knows well" that "Qualcomm's innovations are at the heart of every iPhone and enable the most important uses and features of those devices", Rosenberg said. Lire la suite »

Get Ready to Go Gigantic this July


Following a few years of development, multiple betas, and losing Microsoft as its publishing partner, Perfect World Entertainment and Motiga have announced that big will finally launch on July 20 . Motiga's "Strategic Hero Shooter" (I think it's fair to say it's a MOBA) Gigantic has had its share of development hurdles, but is ready to launch in July. Lire la suite »

Sprint Corporation (NYSE:S)'s Trend Up, Especially After Decreased Shorts


The stock increased 0.86% or $0.07 during the last trading session, reaching $8.21. About 33.84M shares traded or 103.61% up from the average. Cambridge Advisors has 0% invested in Sprint Corp (NYSE:S). Acadian Asset Mngmt Ltd holds 154,403 shares. Cantab Prns Llp holds 119,877 shares. The California-based Checchi Capital Advisers Ltd Liability Co has invested 0.03% in Sprint Corp (NYSE:S). Lire la suite »

The Ritz-Carlton to offer bespoke yacht experiences


The new luxury yachts come with all the appointments you'd expect of Ritz-Carlton. The Ritz-Carlton has a long-term management contract. The luxury yachts will be able to call at ports larger cruise ships can't go and guests will get the unbelievable service as seen on land by Ritz Carlton Hotels. Lire la suite »

Wizz Air opens first United Kingdom base at Luton


The London-listed company, which mainly caters for the Central and Eastern European market, called the move a "major investment in the United Kingdom by Wizz". Thanks to the two new aircraft, Wizz Air will add a new Budapest to Stavanger route next March, the second Norwegian destination from Budapest after Bergen. Lire la suite »