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News has asked the Trump administration for a response. "I will be asking the question that is really on the minds of Americans", Democratic committee member Senator Richard Blumenthal said Monday ahead of the hearing. Yates reportedly told White House Counsel Don McGahn in January that Flynn hadn't told the truth about his discussions with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak during the presidential transition - and that the Russians could use that knowledge to blackmail him.
  • Deep Silver Says Dead Island 2 Is Still In Development

    Deep Silver Says Dead Island 2 Is Still In Development

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    Koch Media owns Deep Silver. In a statement sent over to Eurogamer , a Deep Silver representative said: " Dead Island 2 is in development at Sumo Digital, and we are excited by the progress the team are making with Deep Silver's most successful IP".
  • Stephen Colbert is not here to apologize to you

    Stephen Colbert is not here to apologize to you

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    During the meeting in the Oval Office, the correspondent asked the president to explain his surveillance claim. Colbert said on The Colbert Report . "He doesn't stand by anything except the dressing room door at Miss USA Pageant ..." Colbert came under fire earlier this week for an oral sex joke involving Trump and Russian president Vladmir Putin.
  • SpaceX postpones launch of spy satellite one day

    SpaceX postpones launch of spy satellite one day

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    This launch marks SpaceX's first for the Department of Defense (DOD) after the U.S. Air Force certified the Falcon 9 to launch satellites for national security purposes in 2015. Instead, we got to watch the first stage of the rocket spend eight minutes returning to Landing Zone 1. SpaceX has a schedule to deliver Global Positioning System satellites into orbit for the Air Force next year.
  • Lena Dunham Trolls 'Us Weekly' Diet Tips Column

    Lena Dunham Trolls 'Us Weekly' Diet Tips Column

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    The first of these tips is "anxiety disorder", the second is "resultant constant nausea", and the rest of the list continues on in the same manner with tips such as "baseless but still harrowing threats to physical safety online and through snail mail" and "watching institutions you love from Planned Parenthood to PBS be threatened by cartoon mustache-twirling villains".
  • India finally name Champions Trophy squad

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    The four Supreme Court-appointed administrators (COA), who now supervise BCCI operations, however, instructed the board to ensure the team continued their preparations to defend their title. "I am talking about all these years when I played one-dayers", ESPNcricinfo quoted Harbhajan as saying on the eve of Mumbai Indians" game against Sunrisers Hyderabad.
  • IPhone 7 Plus demand leads to king-size Q2 revenues at Apple

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    Apple shares were down 1.87 per cent in after-hours trading at $144.75. Although Apple designs its products in the USA, a lot of them are built in factories run by contractors in China and other countries. President Donald Trump promised that he would bring manufacturing jobs back into the United States. And so to invest in the United States, we have to borrow.
  • S. Koreans want new leader to create jobs minus corruption

    S. Koreans want new leader to create jobs minus corruption

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    The Constitutional Court's March decision to uphold Park's impeachment sparked violent protests that left three people dead, though the pro- and anti-Park demonstrations in following days were peaceful. Moon has experience- he was a former presidential Chief of Staff who later ran against, and narrowly lost to, former president Park Geun-hye in 2012.
  • Appeals court to weigh challenge to revised Trump travel ban

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    The hearing will take place before 14 full-time judges of the appellate court. Arguments are set to begin at 2:30 p.m. The original executive order was swiftly blocked nationwide by a federal judge in Seattle, the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals refused to reinstate it, and then the administration spent over a month rewriting it, exempting several categories of foreign travelers and taking care to make no express mention of religion - all in the hopes of avoiding legal scrutiny for a ...
  • Cassini probe finds vast void between Saturn's rings

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    These sounds were gathered by Cassini's Radio and Plasma Wave Science (RPWS) instrument, which suddenly went quiet as the spacecraft reached the gap. It is about 303 miles wide. This could lead to think that Saturn is not as evolved as Earth since its Enceladus' Ocean might hold now the similar single-celled organisms that began life on Earth.
  • New Details and Video of the Canceled Sonic Extreme emerges

    New Details and Video of the Canceled Sonic Extreme emerges

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    With an engine already developed for use in Rocket Power and other skateboarding games, Vision Scape co-founder Matt McDonald chose to pitch Sonic Extreme to Sega with a playable demo. With prototype in-hand, Vision Scape pitched the project to Sonic Team lead Yuji Naka, who at first seemed interested in the game. As Unseen64 tells the story, the pitch went over quite well, and Sega asked for a full design document and a proposed budget.