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The path has been closed nightly from 11pm to 6am since 2015 and will now be off-limits around the clock, the Secret Service said. The intruder, Jonathan Tran, 26, approached the south portico entrance carrying two cans of mace and a letter for President Donald Trump before an officer arrested him, the agency said.
  • Wanted woman arrested after Facebook Live post

    Wanted woman arrested after Facebook Live post

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    One might be inclined to suggest that Wilkerson should have known better, however, she may not have realized her privacy settings allowed users who aren't her friends to see her content. 'Stupid criminals are really appreciated, ' Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd said. Steve Stephens uploaded a video to Facebook on Sunday showing him shooting dead a random passerby in Cleveland.
  • Utah Rep. Chaffetz says he won't run for re-election

    Utah Rep. Chaffetz says he won't run for re-election

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    While announcing now that he is done with Congress does limit his power in Washington , Perry said Chaffetz, whose political career included serving as former Gov. Thank you for allowing me to serve as your Representative in the United States House of Representatives . Others formed a super PAC initially focused on ousting Chaffetz.
  • Facebook trying to augment your reality

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    Zuckerberg always assumed that would come in the form of glasses or a headset, but he said smartphones are the first great AR devices. So, what would be the second step? "I used to think glasses would be the first mainstream augmented reality platform", he said.
  • Apple will stop relying on mining for minerals 'one day'

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    Then the process starts over and more materials are extracted from the earth for new products. Apple eventually wants to combine materials used in old Apple products returned by customers and high quality recycled metals obtained from suppliers to make products.
  • Spray from Saturn's moon suggests it could support life

    Spray from Saturn's moon suggests it could support life

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    Scientists determined the gas in the plume almost 98 percent water, about 1 percent of which is hydrogen, with the rest being a mixture of carbon dioxide, methane and ammonia. The plumes also correspond with a relatively warm region on Europa's surface observed by the Galileo spacecraft. During earlier flybys, the spacecraft also sampled the gas plumes' composition.
  • Amazon rolls out chatbot tools in race to dominate voice-powered tech

    Amazon rolls out chatbot tools in race to dominate voice-powered tech

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    Astro Malaysia Holdings Bhd has signed an agreement with US-based Amazon Web Services Inc.to spur Astro's digital and business transformation as consumers' digital-based media consumption increases. Just a few weeks ago during an call with analysts, Oracle executive chairman Larry Ellison took a shot at Amazon by claiming that Oracle's overhauled cloud computing service is better and cheaper than AWS.
  • Samsung's Second Galaxy S8 All Screen Design Is All About The 'Infinity'

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    Priced starting at $720 for the 5.8-inch S8 and $840 for the 6.2-inch S8 Plus (pictured above), the new devices are being positioned as premium phones created to compete with Apple's iPhone 8, which is expected to come out this fall. The upcoming Samsung Galaxy S8 is also expected to have a facial recognition feature , infinity display, and augmented reality. According to SamMobile's report, the Galaxy S8 Active will have the codename SM-G892A and is codenamed "Cruiser".