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Washington Sues Trump Over Immigration Executive Order

Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced that he is filing a lawsuit in federal court today against President Donald Trump, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and high-ranking Trump Administration officials. They also would "be happy to testify further if needed". "This is un-American; it is wrong, and it will not stand", said Governor Jay Inslee who spent the weekend speaking out against the executive order at rallies at Sea-Tac Airport and downtown Seattle .

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Final Fantasy XV Director Talks VR and Potential PC Port

That's likely to be a hangover from Square Enix's publisher exclusivity with Sony and PlayStation between Final Fantasy VII and Final Fantasy XII inclusive, but it's still a shame. Final Fantasy XV's experience was regularly marred by inconsistent performance brought on by its long draw distances and high terrain detail. Performance hiccups made traveling the world, a major element of the game's design, much less enjoyable than it could have been.

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MacBook Pro with Touch Bar banned from bar exam in multiple states

At the start of the exam session, anyone with the newest MacBook will be asked to raise their hand, so that someone can come to their seat and ensure that the Touch Bar has been disabled. Test takers are allowed to use other computers during the bar exam. Policies vary as to whether they can go online during testing. This is now localized, as the California Bar website does not have instructions on how to handle those with a new MacBook Pro.

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Hyperloop passenger pods hurtle along a test track in California contest

The Hyperloop Pods that the teams will be testing out will not be to-scale models, and majority will likely not reach the system's theoretical 760 miles per hour top speed. The challenge is targeted towards colleges and universities to encourage innovation and accelerate the development of this revolutionary transportation method.

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Take a Look at the First Photo of the Samsung Galaxy S8

Also, the report tips that the Samsung Galaxy S8 will have an iris recognition feature that was earlier seen in the Galaxy Note 7. Samsung has already confirmed for a fact that the much anticipated Galaxy S8 will not be announced next month at MWC 2017 .

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Federal workers defy Trump and set up rogue Twitter accounts

President Trump has been relentless in his denial of climate change , calling the phenomenon a creation of Chinese propaganda to damage USA businesses. Though the account hasn't even been active for 48 hours, it's already gained an impressive 451,000 followers. A message on the account reads "You can take our official twitter, but you'll never take our free time!" In response, these agencies have set up alternative Twitter accounts to fight back against Trump's attempt at silencing their ...

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Trump adviser: Canada well positioned in any trade renegotiations

The Prime Minister's Office confirmed Sunday that discussions will be held over the next few days including with Stephen Schwarzman, the CEO of the Blackstone Group investment firm appointed in December to lead the President's Strategic and Policy Forum.

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Sitting makes women look years older

A new study focused on sedentariness reveals that people who choose to sit down most of the day age faster than people who are physically active. Few studies have assessed the association of sedentary time with leukocyte telomere length (LTL).

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Saturn's Moon Daphnis Creates Spectacular Ripples in Saturn's Rings

Orbiting the Saturnian system since 2004, NASA's Cassini mission has enriched us incredible views of the seemingly flat ring plane. "The image was taken in visible (green) light with the Cassini spacecraft narrow-angle camera". It launched from Earth in 1997 and is scheduled to crash into Saturn's atmosphere this year in September. Another ridge can be seen further north parallel to the equatorial band, according to a statement released by NASA.

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Trump suspends FHA insurance premium reductions

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced less than a month ago that on January 27 it would start charging people who took out FHA loans a lower annual fee. "Every time we cut the cost of mortgage insurance it means more borrowers meet the debt-to-income ratio required to purchase a home". The FHA sells insurance to protect against defaults and doesn't issue mortgages.

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Would You Buy Tesla Motors, Inc. (NASDAQ:TSLA) On These Analyst Ratings?

Morgan Stanley analyst Adam Jonas, in his research note on Tesla, revised his Model 3 launch timeline and volume estimate, "with a significant positive impact on earnings and our price target". Current price level places the company's stock about -9.5% from the 52-week high and 72.82% away from the 52-week low. The last close places the company's stock about $0.86 off its 52 week high of $38.16 and $10.61 above the 52 week low of $26.69.

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Police suspects ISI links in Kanpur train tragedy

He said, the arrested persons have confessed their involvement in the derailment of Indore-Patna Express near Kanpur. Police on Tuesday arrested three local criminals from Raxaul, bordering Nepal, who are suspected to be part of an worldwide gang that could have links with the ISI.

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Deutsche Bank Agrees to Pay $7.2 Billion for Misleading US Investors

In what regulators called the "Single largest RMBS resolution for the conduct of a single entity", Attorney General Loretta Lynch said in a press release that "This resolution holds Deutsche Bank accountable for its illegal conduct and irresponsible lending practices, which caused serious and lasting damage to investors and the American public".

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SpaceX Launch of 10 Satellites Marks Successful Recovery

The return landings are part of the company's goal to reuse rocket components in multiple launches to conserve money, according to the Wall Street Journal . "We are very proud to be chosen as the launch provider for the entire Iridium NEXT program and are excited about today's successful first launch", said Gwynne Shotwell, President of SpaceX .

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Launch of Japan's mini rocket SS-520 ends in failure

JAXA , which undertook this mission to demonstrate possibilities for reducing the cost of putting satellites in orbit, used commercially available devices found in home electronics and smartphones to demonstrate cost-cutting options for private companies keen on entering the rocket launch business.

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Soldiers posting grievances on social media could be punished: Army Chief

The Army chief also stated that "if a soldier is not satisfied with the authorised forum then he can knock on his door for any issues". In this regard, he said that peace across the Line of Control (LoC) is a priority, but not at the cost of ceasefire violations.

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First glimpse of Japan's whale slaughter in defiance of worldwide court

But it exploits a loophole allowing whales to be killed for the purposes of "scientific research". New Zealand had worked for years to protect whales and engage with Japan to try and change their attitude, he said. In a statement Monday, Australia's Minister for the Environment and Energy Josh Frydenberg reiterated the country's opposition to killing whales. Mr Frydenberg said Australia had a strong record on combating the practice.

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New species of gibbon found in China named after Luke Skywalker

RadioTimes.com's resident gibbon expert (yes, we have one, and you all laughed at us - but who's laughing now?!?) also informs us that the family " Hylobatidae " of apes (where gibbons are from) translates as Tree Walker, so it works even more perfectly than first appears.

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Children Unaccounted for in Baltimore Fire

Thursday and found heavy fire coming from all three floors of the home. WBFF's Amber Miller says four people were hospitalized after escaping the fire. Rep. Elijah Cummings said in a statement Thursday that Katie Malone has worked as a special assistant in his Catonsville office for almost 11 years.

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Report says Galaxy S8 will be unveiled next month

In spite of that, Samsung is apparently using the same Galaxy Note 7 battery pack for its upcoming new flagship smartphones, Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus. It is also unclear when Samsung would launch its latest beta version of Samsung Pay, but speculation hints that it would make its debut alongside the Galaxy S8, allowing users to take advantage of the Bixby functionality.

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Volkswagen agrees $4.3bn settlement over emissions scandal

Volkswagen on Tuesday said it would plead guilty and pay $4.3 billion in penalties as part of a criminal and civil settlement into the emissions scandal in the US, according to media reports . The deal with the Justice Department comes as the carmaker aims to rebuild its long-struggling business in the United States, where the decline in VW brand sales past year accelerated to 8 percent.

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Cuomo proposes local government efficiency plan

In addition to the development plan, the governor announced a website and app that will highlight the state's current trails and provide data such as directions, elevation and nearby attractions. Cox said Cuomo's speech Monday was more appropriate for someone seeking the Democratic presidential nomination than seeking to fix New York's problems.

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Astronaut Peggy Whitson Is Officially the Oldest Woman to Space Walk

Among the positions she held with NASA , she worked as a biochemist at the Johnson Space Center between 1989 and 1993. Mr. Kimbrough and Ms. Whitson were charged with installing those plates along with power and data cables. In the official press release distributed by the US space authorities, her mission programmed for March 2018 will see her in the role of official mission engineer, joined by colleague and geophysicist, Andrew Feustel .

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NASA chooses Canadian company to participate in asteroid mission

Scientists at NASA took a special interest in the Lucy space mission since they think exploring the Trojan asteroids could provide them with some valuable pieces of information on how planets were formed. Scientists said that the mission that would explore an odd asteroid that is neither a rock nor ice offers learning opportunities for scientists. Astronomers said that 16 Psyche is the only core-like object in the entire solar system.

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Norway's controversial radio switch-off

Critics said the move was risky and unpopular pointing out that almost 2 million cars in the nation are not equipped with Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB) receivers. Norway's experiment will show the rest of the world whether this controversial idea can really work. It means listeners will need a device that can pick up a digital signal.

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Mysterious Radio Signal Bursts Tracked To Dwarf Galaxy

Astronomers have identified the location of mysterious radio bursts found emitted from deep space , and say the signal is coming from a dwarf galaxy billions of light years away. According to Dennis Overbye at The New York Times , the researchers observed nine bursts over 86 hours a year ago, collecting a terabyte of data on the FRB.

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Child orders doll house, cookies using Amazon's Echo Dot

In any case, that's just one of the things Alexa can do, and it might prove even more valuable in activating in-car entertainment content or assisting with location searches and driving directions. While in the vehicle, users can also perform web searches, listen to audiobooks, access navigation and update Amazon shopping lists. "After conducting a series of studies on consumers' pain points and needs, Lenovo designed the Lenovo Smart Assistant, a new mainstream digital personal ...

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NASA to study Supermassive Black Hole through IXPE

The high-energy X-ray radiation from this gas can be polarised - vibrating in a particular direction, NASA said. The mission will push the horizons in its effort to understand the inner workings of super massive black holes and neutron stars and the aura surrounding it (Event Horizon).

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Mobile simplifying to one unlimited plan; offers data rebate feature

There is one limitation with T-Mobile One: You're restricted to streaming video at 480p. Starting then, the company will only sell its T-Mobile One unlimited plans to postpaid customers, though prepaid customers still have other options. He also said T-Mobile would be the first carrier to demonstrate high-speed LTE at 1Gbps speed. T-Mobile today also announced a new promo offering a "second tax rebate".

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Ford Cancels Mexico plant, Adding Jobs, Vehicles in MI

Yet Fields emphasized he did not cut a direct deal with Trump. "This is a vote of confidence" in Trump and the economy, said Fields. He added that there was no secret deal with Trump, despite the unexpected U-turn in Ford's strategy. Suddenly, Ford has become the American automaker investing in America, while GM is printing up layoff notices that will go out to 2,000 workers in MI and OH just as Trump is taking office.