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Indio police arrested 36-year-old Reinaldo De Jesus Henao Friday evening at the Empire Polo Club festival grounds, Indio Valley Daily Bulletin reported . The remaining devices were turned into the festival's lost and found where they can be reclaimed. Henao faces grand theft and possession of stolen property charges.
  • Steve Stephens, Facebook killing suspect, was in contact with cops, chief says

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    They stood at the very spot where just the day before Steve Stephens took pictures of himself shooting Godwin who just happened to be walking down the street, then posted the video on Facebook. "The more users are posting every aspect of their lives online, including criminally heinous conduct, the more companies have to take a proactive approach to content moderation rather than relying just on users to flag content for review", said Hemanshu Nigam, founder of SSP Blue, an advisory company ...
  • UnitedHealth 1Q profit soars as ACA business shrinks

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    UnitedHealth Group has a 1-year low of $110.21 and a 1-year high of $164.00. Perkins Coie Trust Co now owns 18,751 shares of the healthcare conglomerate's stock valued at $2,625,000 after buying an additional 235 shares during the period. Receive UnitedHealth Group Incorporated News & Ratings Via Email - Enter your email address below to receive a concise daily summary of the latest news and analysts' ratings for UnitedHealth Group Incorporated with MarketBeat.com's FREE daily email ...
  • Netflix standing on the threshold of 100 million subscribers

    Netflix standing on the threshold of 100 million subscribers

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    It'll make up some of that in the current period, with a forecast for viewer growth that beat analysts' forecasts. "That is not a strategy that we think is smart for us, since we believe we can earn more viewing and satisfaction from spending that money on movies and TV shows".
  • PayPal coming to Android Pay in hopes of upping mobile spending

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    Google's Android Pay and PayPal have teamed up to make mobile purchasing easier.well, at least that's what they're hoping. Now shoppers in the USA, instead of using a debit or credit card, can use PayPal . PayPal declined to disclose the terms of the new deal. Instead of using cash or taking credit cards from their wallets, shoppers upload their credit and debit card information to the mobile app to pay.
  • Russia- 'Trump is more impulsive and unpredictable' than NK

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    Observers pointed to the free rein enjoyed by Kiselyov as a reflection of the Kremlin's anger at Trump's "failure" to deliver on his pledge of better ties with Moscow . Since then, Channel One and other Russian Federation media firms have become increasingly critical of the USA president. "Trump is", the Russian state TV personality said.
  • Saturn, Jupiter Moons May Be Able To Support Life — NASA New Discoveries

    Saturn, Jupiter Moons May Be Able To Support Life — NASA New Discoveries

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    In layman's terms, the discovery of this plume could be evidence of water erupting from Europa's interior or core. Both plumes, photographed in UV light by Hubble, were seen in silhouette as the moon passed in front of Jupiter. From these current observations researchers have determined that almost 98 percent of the gas in the plume is water, about 1 percent is hydrogen and the rest is a mixture of other molecules including carbon dioxide, methane and ammonia.
  • White House Admits Tax Reform Won't Arrive by August

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    Mnuchin also acknowledged that one of the key elements in a tax overhaul plan being developed in the House of Representatives, a border-adjustable tax on imports that would give preferential treatment to exporters and to retailers and manufacturers who source goods and raw materials within the USA, is facing resistance from within the administration.
  • North Korean envoy at UN warns of nuclear war possibility

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    North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un observes a target-striking contest by the Korean People's Army (KPA). Keeping up the verbal volleying, North Korea's deputy U.N. Vice President Mike Pence says the USA commitment to South Korea is "iron-clad and immutable" in the face of North Korea's work to advance its nuclear and ballistic missile program.
  • Apple Gets Permission To Test Autonomous Vehicles In California

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    Now that it has its permit, the company appears poised to begin testing its software on public roads in California. For quite a while, rumors swirled that Apple was creating a self-driving auto under Project Titan, but previous year, it was reported that the company gave up on this plan in favor of developing a software-based autonomous drive system.
  • Jupiter and Saturn's moons are ocean worlds

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    Although life can not be confirmed, the clues from Enceladus all indicate the conditions for life exist on the oceans of Enceladus, the sixth-largest moon of Saturn. This hydrogen gas can combine with carbon dioxide to form a reaction known as methanogenesis , which itself produces methane. "Hydrogen is a source of chemical energy for microbes that live in the Earth's oceans near hydrothermal vents", said SwRI's Dr.
  • Samsung Galaxy S8 VS LG G6 In Speed Test

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    After the Galaxy Note 7 battery explosion fiasco in 2016, which affected the company's revenue, the first quarter of 2017 is very important for Samsung. While the upgrades the Galaxy S8 is set to deliver seem not to weigh much on paper, experts believe that they spell a huge difference between the two Samsung Galaxy S devices.