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IPhone Update Will Allow Users To Stop Battery Slowdown, Tim Cook Says

After Apple was forced to apologize for intentionally slowing down the performance of older iPhones, the company’s CEO is now saying customers will soon have the choice to stop battery throttling for good.

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As Shutdown Fight Enters Day Two, Trump Tells Republicans To "Go Nuclear"

The first full day of the January 2018 government shutdown saw a spate of hurried but ultimately fruitless negotiations, and already the White House - which has been accused of exacerbating the problem by constantly shifting its negotiating position - has had enough: In a tweet this morning, President Donald Trump said Republicans should consider invoking “the nuclear option” to eliminate the possibility of an opposition fillibuster - allowing Republicans to pass a long-term spending bill with a simple majority.

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Paul Ryan Collected $500,000 In Koch Contributions Days After House Passed Tax Law

Just days after the House passed its version of the federal tax law slashing corporate tax rates, House Speaker Paul Ryan collected nearly $500,000 in campaign contributions from billionaire energy mogul Charles Koch and his wife, according to a recent campaign donor report.

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Pence starts Middle East tour in Egypt, pledges ‘shoulder-to-shoulder’ support

US Vice President Mike Pence kicked off a trip to the Middle East on Saturday with a visit to Egypt, where he pledged firm US backing to President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi in the nation’s fight against militants. Pence said ties between the two countries had never been stronger after a period of “drifting apart” and that President Donald Trump sent his gratitude to Sisi for implementing economic reforms. Pence’s quick visit comes at the start of a three-country tour that also includes stops in Jordan and Israel.

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Iraq sentences German woman to death for joining Isis, reports say

An Iraqi court has sentenced a German woman to death after she ran away to join Isis. The court in Baghdad convicted the unnamed German woman of "providing logistical support and assistance to the terrorist group to commit crimes" and has ordered her execution.

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Gunmen attack Intercontinental Hotel in Afghan capital Kabul, several killed (VIDEO)

A group of gunmen has attacked the Intercontinental Hotel in Afghanistan's capital, Kabul, exchanging gunfire with security officials and leaving a reported five people 5 and 6 injured. The attackers also took hostages. The hotel’s manager, Ahmad Haris Nayab, escaped unhurt and told Reuters the attackers infiltrated the hotel through the kitchen and started shooting at fleeing guests.

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Venezuelan Rebel Cop Oscar Perez Massacred By The Government After He Surrendered

Oscar Perez’s group expressed their desire to surrender to many of their former coworkers and partners in the different security agencies. Their message expressed explicitly their desire to capitulate, surrendering in peace to avoid harm to the unaware civilians living in the vicinity and the officers of the operation. In spite of this, and in a typical move of the communist regimes, these patriots whose only crime was to raise themselves for a better country and fight against a criminal regime that had Venezuela under their boots, were executed without compassion with high caliber war weapons, with a deployment of forces, weaponry and violence never seen before in similar operations.

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28 new crime scene photos released from inside the Las Vegas Shooter’s 32nd-floor hotel rooms, vehicle, and more

The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department released the following 28 crime scene photos on Friday, Jan. 20, 2018, which show the alleged shooters hotel rooms and vehicle.

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New Mexico school raises money by raffling off guns, few freak, most like it...

A New Mexico school has been holding a gun raffle fundraiser for years, but the idea is rubbing some parents the wrong way.

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Government Shutdown Starts Today: Popcorn Rating, Zero

Ho hum. Another meaningless government shutdown started today.

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Can of worms: Girl hospitalized after drinking Coca-Cola complete with invertebrate

Imagine taking a big swig from a can of Coca-Cola only to find you had swallowed a worm. That’s exactly what happened to a 12-year-old Italian girl who had to be taken to hospital after the revolting incident.

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‘Sovereignty & security violation’: Beijing outraged by US warship sailing off disputed island

China has slammed a US missile destroyer for encroaching on the “indisputable” Huangyan Dao island in the South China Sea, warning that it can and will take “necessary measures to firmly safeguard its sovereignty.”

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TV crew arrested smuggling fake bomb past TSA in Newark

Several television crew members were arrested after attempting to sneak a fake explosive through Newark International Airport in an apparent “stunt” to capture the TSA’s reaction and the mass chaos of a bomb scare on camera.

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Autopsy Reveals Tom Petty Died Of Accidental Drug Overdose, Another Casualty Of Big Pharma

Legendary rocker Tom Petty passed away recently, on October 2, 2017 of cardiac arrest in his home in California. Now, some three months later, an autopsy has revealed the true cause of death to be accidental overdose on prescription medications.

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Turkish Warplanes Begin "Massive Bombing" Of US-Backed Syrian Kurds

In a sharp escalation of Turkey's military campaign against the US-backed Syrian Kurdish YPG, on Saturday Turkish warplanes fired missiles and launched "massive bombing" of Kurdish targets in Syria's Afrin, NTV television reported.

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Dirty Cop Busted Running Drugs, Protecting Drug Lords & Selling Police Beatdowns

Kenneth Collins, a 15-year veteran of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, was arrested this week in an undercover FBI sting operation. Collins, along with three alleged accomplices were arrested and charged this week with conspiracy to distribute controlled substances.

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Saudi minister previously detained in corruption crackdown to head Davos delegation

Saudi Arabia’s delegation to the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos next week will be led by state minister Ibrahim al-Assaf, who was released from detention related to an anti-corruption purge in November, Saudi sources told Reuters.

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Twitter sends users bizarre email on secret “Russian Influence” within the platform

Twitter sent out an email to users letting them know that the platform is actively working to understand “Russian-linked activities” that took place during the 2016 presidential election.

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NSA erased surveillance data related to controversial G. W. Bush spying program – court documents

The National Security Agency (NSA) has deleted surveillance data about warrantless wiretapping ordered by President George W. Bush to recycle some hard drive space, recent federal court filings reveal.

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Alleged CIA China turncoat may have also compromised US spies in Russia: NBC News

A former CIA officer who was arrested last week under the suspicion of spying for China is also suspected of compromising American spies in Russia, NBC News reported Friday, citing sources familiar with the matter.

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