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Amazon Stock Tops $1K

As recently as 2014, Amazon shares were in a relative lull, held back by widespread doubts about the company's ability to turn a buck as it focused on growing sales. Investors are pondering how high the stock can climb as the company concentrates on replicating its USA success in other markets, Bloomberg News reported. Read More »

ASUS silently reveals ZenPad 3S 8.0 tablet at Computex


Asus has now taken the wraps off its high-end tablet, the ZenPad 3S 8 .0. The new Asus ZenPad 3S will soon going on sale in the coming time. The Asus ZenPad 3S 8 .0 is the successor of Asus ZenPad 3 8.0 which was launched previous year. The device also comes with microSD card slot. Just like a smartphone, the new Asus ZenPad 3S has a 13 Megapixel of Primary camera along with a 5 Megapixel of front facing camera for video calling and selfies. Read More »

Alleged Manchester bomber phoned mom before attack, said 'forgive me'


Pop star Ariana Grande said Friday she is planning a charity concert in Manchester after a suicide attack on her show in the English city earlier this week killed 22 people. Since the deadly bombing, police have carried out a number of raids around the southern Moss Side district of the city, where Abedi lived with his parents and two siblings . Read More »

Crowd Laughs at Sea Lion, Until It Snatches a Child

At first, Fujiwara was filming a large male sea lion by the Stevenson Wharf in British Columbia. The girl only goes under for a few seconds before someone pulls her out of the water. A man immediately jumped in to rescue her. Andrew Trite, director of the University of Britsh Columbia marine mammal research video, told the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation the incident illustrates why people should keep their distance from wildlife. Read More »

Dell taps AMD for the Inspiron Gaming Desktop and new AIOs

Inspiron 27 7000 AIO All-in-one machines have earned street cred among gamers with newer models sporting increasingly powerful hardware, high-quality displays, and discrete graphics cards. It offers the latest multi-core Ryzen AMD processors and AMD Polaris RX500 Series graphics and comes with a sleek, silver color packed with future-ready technology like Windows Hello with one look login, Cortana with far-field speech recognition, USB Type-C 3.1 and Dual Drive options with SSD ... Read More »

Veterans join 'Walk of Honor' at National WWI Museum


So it's an emotional time". "I brought him a little stone that says God Bless America because that's what he taught me; to love America, to love God, to love our family and to do the next right thing". "As you can see from the crowd and the people participating in the parade , it is the Hibernians, the Knights of Columbus, it's the community, it's the churches". Read More »

Cyclone Mora: Bad weather to linger today


The Met office said that the cyclone had already started to lose strength, but strong winds and heavy rain in Cox's Bazar and Chittagong were likely continue throughout the day. He added that no more deaths were expected as the worst had passed. A lot of them were killed by falling trees in the districts of Cox's Bazar and Rangamati, officials told the BBC. Read More »

Dortmund part company with Tuchel


There had also been speculation that Arsenal were interested in acquiring the services of the German coach, but if some British media are right, that job is off the table, as they have reported that Arsene Wenger is about to sign a new two-year contract with the Premier League club. Read More »

Trump tells 'confidants' U.S. will leave Paris climate deal


During his campaign for the White House a year ago, Trump promised that as president he would withdraw the USA from the deal and reverse many of Obama's climate change policies. Trump reflected on how many places he had visited, saying, "We have been gone for close to 9 days. and I think we hit a home run, no matter where we are". Read More »

US will leave Paris climate deal


To address members' dissapointment, US national security adviser H.R. McMaster said Saturday that "of course" the president supports Article 5, in which members regard "an armed attack against one or more of them in Europe or North America" as "an attack against them all". Read More »

Ariana Grande Announces Benefit Concert To Take Place In Manchester

May said that major progress has been made in the investigation but that people should remain vigilant.Police are searching a number of properties and have 11 suspects in custody in connection with Monday's explosion at an Ariana Grande concert in Manchester , which killed 22 people and injured dozens. Read More »

All Nokia smartphones to launch worldwide by the end of June


HMD Global and Nokia announced a number of new handsets at the Mobile World Congress earlier this year, but details about global availability were scarce, including the countries where they will launch. We know the Nokia 6 will cost €229 (around $240, £195, AU$315), the Nokia 5 €189 (around $200, £160, AU$275) and the Nokia 3 €139 (around $150, £115, AU$200). Read More »

Syrian government had no role in Idlib chemical attack: Putin

The talks were intense at times, but Putin said Franco-Russian ties withstood "all points of friction" during the meeting. "One must show that we won't make little concessions, even symbolic ones", Macron said. On May 7, Macron defeated right-wing rival Marine Le Pen , a Putin admirer. In the final days before the vote, Macron aides had claimed that Russian groups had hacked his campaign and released internal information in a bid to discredit it. Read More »

Proposed NU Budget Calls For Higher Tuition Due To Lower State Funding


UC Board of Regents Chair Monica Lozano and UC President Janet Napolitano said in a statement that regents will "absorb their costs for board dinners" to avoid questions over how money is spent. The budget proposal assumes $22 million in savings by the end of the biennium from a university-wide effort that began in January to cut spending in a range of operational areas including IT, human resources, financial operations and travel. Read More »

Trump tweets article with unnamed source after criticizing reports with unnamed sources

Even setting the scandal aside, it is clear that Kushner gradually emerged as the most powerful of Trump's senior advisers - and is not doing a very good job. Contacts between Trump associates and Russian officials during the campaign coincided with what US intelligence agencies concluded was a Kremlin effort through computer hacking, fake news and propaganda to boost Trump's chances of winning the White House. Read More »

Trump, EPA chief meet ahead of decision on climate change


Instead of a consensus statement, the document noted the U.S. was still considering its position on the accord, while other leaders reaffirmed their intention to meet their commitments to the deal. Asked whether Trump - who once called climate change a hoax - believes human activity is contributing to global warning, Spicer said he wasn't sure. Read More »

Ariana Grande plans charity concert for Manchester attack victims

United Kingdom correspondent Ben Bland told Nadine Higgins authorities in the United Kingdom say it could compromise the investigation and cause distress. Salman Abedi entered Libya on April 19 and left on May 17, telling his family that he was going to Saudi Arabia to perform the Umrah pilgrimage, Ben Salem told Libya's Channel. Read More »

BC NDP and Green Party intend to form minority government


Meanwhile, the BC NDP caucus has been meeting in Victoria and reviewing the deal leader John Horgan cut with the BC Greens. On Monday afternoon, just two days before Lieutenant Governor Judith Guichon was expected to certify a minority Liberal government, B.C. Read More »

Vettel happy again after extending lead with Monaco GP win


With track position imperative and overtaking virtually impossible at this most narrow and twisty of circuits, Ferrari's decision to call Raikkonen in before Vettel raised more than a few eyebrows. "They're going to be pushing everything to make sure Sebastian will get the maximum on all of his weekends". "They are finally where we were back in the days when you finish one and two and you have to explain why the right guy won", Wolff said. Read More »

Uber fires executive accused of stealing Google's self-driving vehicle secrets


Uber has fired Anthony Levandowski, the former head of its self-driving vehicle project, according to the New York Times . He held the title of Uber vice president of technology and led the company's foray into self-driving technology. Despite the recent provocation from Uber's attorneys, the Times reports Levandowski has still refused to cooperate. "While we have respected your personal liberties, it is our view that the court's order requires us to make these demands of you", ... Read More »

Del Potro wins 1st match at French Open since 2012

Britain's Johanna Konta plays a shot against Taiwan's Su-Wei Hsieh during their first round match of the French Open tennis tournament at the Roland Garros stadium, in Paris , France. Indeed the Argentine may be the first to come to mind when thinking of talented tennis players whose careers have been derailed by injuries. "The world doesn't stop now". Read More »

Arsene Wenger's future at Arsenal set to be revealed on Wednesday

Some board members reacting to these concerns wished to install a director of football who could work on potential transfer targets but this has been vehemently opposed by Wenger. Paper Round's view: The FA Cup triumph seems to have been the vindication that Wenger needed to stay and it certainly gives him more power when it comes to negotiating with the board. Read More »

DHS Secretary: A Backchannel Between Trump And Russia 'Not A Bad Thing'

Trump has not directly addressed the allegations of the secret line to Moscow, but took to Twitter after his return to Washington to dismiss White House leaks as "fabricated lies" and "fake news". The US leader visited Arlington National Cemetery to mark Memorial Day, a day of remembrance for the nation's war dead, but had to quickly pivot his attention to the Russian Federation scandal after returning to Washington late Saturday from his first global trip since taking office. Read More »

Illinois Legislature OK's Automatic-Voter Registration


The Illinois Legislature has overwhelmingly endorsed a plan to automatically register qualified voters. The House endorsed it 115-0 Monday. Cook County Clerk David Orr praised the passage in the IL legislature of an Automatic Voter Registration for IL. Read More »