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'Time will tell' results of Mueller report, D.C. says

Residents and visitors in Washington, D.C. on Friday said they expected transparency after Special Counsel Robert Mueller turned over his Russia probe report to the Justice Department after a nearly two-year investigation. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

Kellyanne Conway thanks Trump for defending her after president calls her husband a
Kellyanne Conway thanks Trump for defending her after president calls her husband a 'stone cold loser'

White House aide Kellyanne Conway publicly backed Donald Trump on Wednesday after an extraordinary 48-hour Twitter row between the president and her husband came to a head. Mrs Conway used a cable news interview to insist she would not resign and rebuked her husband George for airing his views in public. It follows two days during which Mr Conway and Mr Trump have traded blows on twitter in a war of words that has generated a slew of headlines. It began earlier this week with Mr Conway, a prominent conservative lawyer, suggesting the president suffered from a narcissistic personality disorder in a string of tweets, adding "his condition is getting worse every day". It led Mr...

Midwest flood victims begin cleaning up
Midwest flood victims begin cleaning up

Residents in parts of the Midwest are trying to pick up after their homes and belongings were damaged by flood waters. (March 21)

AT&T CEO says China
AT&T CEO says China's Huawei hinders carriers from shifting suppliers for 5G

AT&T Inc Chief Executive Randall Stephenson said Wednesday that China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd is making it very difficult for European carriers to drop the company from its supply chain for next-generation 5G wireless service. "If you have deployed Huawei as your 4G network, Huawei is not allowing interoperability to 5G -- meaning if you are 4G, you are stuck with Huawei for 5G," said Stephenson at a speech in Washington. The United States has been pressuring other countries to drop Huawei from their networks.

Apple launches new AirPods ahead of March 25 event
Apple launches new AirPods ahead of March 25 event

Apple Inc on Wednesday launched an updated version of its wireless AirPods headphones, ahead of a March 25 event where it is expected to unveil a television and video service. The updated Airpods are powered by Apple's new chip, will have better battery life and include the option of a new wireless charging case, the iPhone maker said in a statement. Earlier this week, Apple launched a new 10.5-inch iPad Air and updated its iPad Mini as well as iMac PCs.

This LED light strip is just like the $90 Philips Hue model, but it
This LED light strip is just like the $90 Philips Hue model, but it's on sale for $15

UPDATE: The bad news is this deal is sold out. But the good news is you can clip the 5% coupon and use the promo code 9L5FERT8 at checkout on this nearly identical LED strip light and get it for just $13.76!EARLIER: Before you go and drop $90 on a Philips Hue LightStrip Plus and another $60 on a hub if you don't already have one, there's a sale happening right now on Amazon that you definitely need to check out. The Govee WiFi LED Strip Light is a multi-color light strip that's just as long as the one from Philips Hue. It also can be controlled using an app or Alexa/Google Assistant, just like Philips Hue. So what's the main difference between them? This one only costs $14.78 if you use...

Trump: Never was, never will be fan of Sen. John McCain
Trump: Never was, never will be fan of Sen. John McCain

WASHINGTON (AP) - Carrying a bitter personal feud beyond the grave, President Donald Trump escalated his attacks on the late Sen. John McCain on Tuesday, declaring he will "never" be a fan of the Vietnam war hero and longtime Republican lawmaker who died last year of brain cancer.

Lithuanian leader mulls moving embassy to Jerusalem
Lithuanian leader mulls moving embassy to Jerusalem

Centrist Prime Minister Saulius Skvernelis said Tuesday he would consider moving Lithuania's embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to the disputed city of Jerusalem, should he win May's presidential elections. Skvernelis said that moving the mission could lead to closer ties with Israel and the United States, which Lithuania sees as a key security buffer against Russia.

French aviation experts see clear links in Boeing crashes in Ethiopia, Indonesia
French aviation experts see clear links in Boeing crashes in Ethiopia, Indonesia

The French civil aviation investigation bureau BEA has concluded there were "clear similarities" between this month's crash of an Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 MAX plane and a Lion Air plane crash last October.

Social media scrambles to remove videos of New Zealand Christchurch mosque shooting
Social media scrambles to remove videos of New Zealand Christchurch mosque shooting

A gunman who opened fire inside a New Zealand mosque on Friday live-streamed his attack in a 17-minute video.

'This weekend has been unbearable:' Town ends access to massive canyon flower bloom after tourist nightmare

Faced with a massive influx of visitors, Lake Elsinore is shutting down access to the incredible "super bloom" display of poppies in Walker Canyon.

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Google's upcoming Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL look stunning in these new renders

This is already shaping up to be a very exciting year for smartphone fans. Well, it would be more accurate to say that 2019 is shaping up to be an exciting year for Android smartphone fans. Apple's upcoming new iPhone 11 handsets are pretty much expected to be another round of "S" upgrades at this point. According to reports from the most accurate Apple insider on the planet, Apple's is sticking to the same notch design it introduced back in 2017 for this year's new iPhone models. They'll sport new cameras and some other new features along with performance upgrades, but the look will supposedly be about the same. Meanwhile, Android phone makers have finally decided to stop...

The Grounded 737 Max Is Turning Into a Major Debacle for Boeing
The Grounded 737 Max Is Turning Into a Major Debacle for Boeing

The company's stock is tumbling amid investigations and concerns

Convicted French cardinal meets pope after saying he would resign
Convicted French cardinal meets pope after saying he would resign

Philippe Barbarin, the French Roman Catholic cardinal convicted this month of failing to report sexual abuse allegations, met Pope Francis on Monday after saying he planned to resign as archbishop of Lyon. Barbarin, 68, the highest-profile cleric to be caught up in the child sex abuse scandal inside the French Church, was handed a six-month suspended prison sentence on March 7. Barbarin is appealing against the verdict.

UK Brexit-backing lawmaker says
UK Brexit-backing lawmaker says 'a lot of people' still oppose May's deal

LONDON (Reuters) - A Brexit-supporting British lawmaker said a "lot of people" in parliament still remained opposed to Prime Minister Theresa May's European Union withdrawal deal, with hostility going beyond opposition to the so-called Irish backstop. "This is a very bad agreement," John Redwood told BBC radio. "Quite a number share my overall concerns that we don't need this kind of binding treaty. "It's a lot of people and it goes far wider than the ERG group who have been particularly keen to have the right kind of Brexit," he added. (Reporting by Michael Holden; editing by Kate Holton)

New Zealand mosque massacre puts spotlight on gun laws
New Zealand mosque massacre puts spotlight on gun laws

New Zealand's gun laws are under intense scrutiny in the wake of the Christchurch mosque massacres, with the arms dealer who supplied guns to the killer saying he feels no responsibility for the tragedy. The slaughter by an avowed white supremacist of 50 Muslims last Friday stunned the usually peaceful, isolated country, casting a spotlight on the ease with which the accused killer, Australian Brenton Tarrant, legally purchased the semi-automatic weapons he used. "We can't ignore the galling fact he came to New Zealand to buy firearms he couldn't get in Australia," Police Association president Chris Cahill said.

New gun laws to make New Zealand safer after mosque shootings, says PM Ardern
New gun laws to make New Zealand safer after mosque shootings, says PM Ardern

Australian Brenton Tarrant, 28, a suspected white supremacist, was charged with murder on Saturday. "Within 10 days of this horrific act of terrorism we will have announced reforms which will, I believe, make our community safer," Ardern said at news conference after her cabinet reached in principle decisions on gun reform laws in the wake of New Zealand's worst ever mass shooting. Gun City owner David Tipple said the alleged gunman legally bought four weapons and ammunition online from the store between December 2017 and March 2018, but it did not sell him the high-powered weapon used in the massacre.

Take a ride on Southwest Airline
Take a ride on Southwest Airline's first flight to Hawaii

Southwest Airlines held a celebration for their inaugural Hawaiian flight from Oakland, California to Honolulu. The airline will add daily flights between Oakland and Maui and will soon begin inter-island flights.

Diehard Syria jihadists go down all guns blazing
Diehard Syria jihadists go down all guns blazing

Their last Syrian bastion is levelled and burned, they are using rifles to battle warplanes and tanks, but the hardline jihadists holding out in Baghouz are still putting up a fight. The Syrian Democratic Forces, the Kurdish-led outfit which has spearheaded the fight with backing from the US-led coalition against IS, say their assault is in its final hours. IS fighters are now cornered on a palm-lined bend of the Euphrates near Syria's border with Iraq, but they are still on the offensive.

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Stop Brexit 'circus', business urges as UK slashes growth outlook

Britain's finance minister and business chiefs on Wednesday urged the country to avoid a "no deal" Brexit after another crushing parliamentary defeat for Prime Minister Theresa May over her EU-divorce deal with Brussels. The fast-moving Brexit saga largely overshadowed the government's budget update that slashed the 2019 economic growth forecast, with the UK economy also hit by China's slowdown and trade war tensions. Britain's economy is expected to expand by 1.2 percent this year, assuming there is an orderly EU exit, finance minister Phillip Hammond revealed in his budget update on Wednesday.

Pound Holds Losses as U.K. Parliament Rejects Revised May Deal
Pound Holds Losses as U.K. Parliament Rejects Revised May Deal

(Bloomberg) -- The pound held its losses after U.K. lawmakers rejected Prime Minister Theresa May's revised Brexit deal.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein Calls on FAA to Ground All Boeing 737 MAX 8 Planes
Sen. Dianne Feinstein Calls on FAA to Ground All Boeing 737 MAX 8 Planes

Multiple countries have grounded Boeing 737 MAX 8 airplanes after the most recent crash

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