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How on Earth are Philips Hue white LED bulbs back down to $11 each?
How on Earth are Philips Hue white LED bulbs back down to $11 each?

Have you been waiting for the right time to expand your Philips Hue smart lighting setup? Well guess what: today is the day you've been waiting for. Philips Hue White A19 Single LED Bulbs went on sale last week for about $11 each, and people practically tripped over themselves to get them. In fact, more than 10,000 of our readers got in on the action. If you missed out though, dry those eyes because this killer deal is somehow back. Hurry over to Amazon and you'll find white bulbs on sale for just $11 and change. If you'd like to add some color bulbs into the mix, you'll also find a deep discount on those today. Back to the white bulbs, you should be aware that they will almost certainly...

Trump accepts Israeli sovereignty over Golan Heights
Trump accepts Israeli sovereignty over Golan Heights

President Donald Trump said on Thursday the United States should acknowledge Israeli sovereignty over the hotly-contested Golan Heights, in what amounted to a major pre-election gift for his ally Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. "After 52 years it is time for the United States to fully recognize Israel's Sovereignty over the Golan Heights," Trump said in a tweet.

Hezbollah sanctions harming Lebanon, says President Aoun

U.S. sanctions on Hezbollah are harming Lebanon as a whole, President Michel Aoun said on Thursday ahead of a visit to the country by U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. The United States deems the heavily armed, Iran-backed Hezbollah group a terrorist organization and has been steadily increasing financial sanctions against it as part of efforts to counter Iran. Shi'ite Muslim Hezbollah has a large armed militia that has helped Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in his eight-year war against rebels, but it is also a political party in Lebanon with seats in the parliament and cabinet.

Watchdog Probing Boeing, FAA to Testify to Senate Aviation Panel
Watchdog Probing Boeing, FAA to Testify to Senate Aviation Panel

Calvin Scovel, the Transportation Department's inspector general, will testify along with FAA Acting Administrator Daniel Elwell and National Transportation Safety Board Chairman Robert Sumwalt, the Senate Commerce Committee said on its website. The committee also intends to hear from Boeing executives, pilots and other aviation industry groups in a second hearing in the near future, the panel said.

Meghan Markle Says She Can Feel the
Meghan Markle Says She Can Feel the 'Embryonic Kicking of Feminism' at Women's Day Event

Meghan Markle Talks Baby Bump and 'Embryonic Kicking of Feminism'

The Queen Just Gave Meghan Markle a Shiny New 'Vice President' Title. Here's What to Know
The Queen Just Gave Meghan Markle a Shiny New 'Vice President' Title. Here's What to Know

Meghan Markle was named Vice President of the Queen's Commonwealth Trust to mark International Women's Day. Here's what that means.

Trump Says He'd Be Disappointed in Kim If Missile Site Rebuilt
Trump Says He'd Be Disappointed in Kim If Missile Site Rebuilt

"I would be very disappointed if that were happening," Trump told reporters at the White House on Wednesday. Trump abruptly ended a summit with Kim last week in Hanoi after the president said the North Korean leader asked for all U.S. sanctions to be lifted in exchange for the dismantling of the country's main nuclear complex. Two days later, new images from Beyond Parallel, part of the Washington-based Center for Strategic and International Studies, showed that North Korea was rebuilding a long-range rocket site at the Sohae Launch Facility.

90210 Creator Darren Star Remembers Luke Perry, 'an Avatar of Cool'
90210 Creator Darren Star Remembers Luke Perry, 'an Avatar of Cool'

He was unforgettable from the moment I met him.' Darren Star, creator of 'Beverly Hills, 90210,' remembers Luke Perry, who died at 52.

Grenade attack in India
Grenade attack in India's Jammu injures 18: police

Eighteen people were injured on Thursday when a grenade exploded at a bus stop in the Indian city of Jammu, in the restive state of Jammu and Kashmir, police said. The blast comes amid heightened tensions between India and Pakistan after 40 Indian troops were killed on February 14 in the part of Kashmir that New Delhi controls. Four people are critical," a second police officer told AFP.

Tucker: Democrats and the
Tucker: Democrats and the 'manufactured' crisis

Democrats have dismissed crisis at the southern border; numbers of migrants crossing the border illegally now reaches historic record.

R. Kelly arrested for unpaid child support after TV interview denying sex charges
R. Kelly arrested for unpaid child support after TV interview denying sex charges

The R&B singer was arrested again hours after lashing out in a CBS interview against charges that he had sexually assaulted teenage girls.

Anti-Semitism measure stalls, Trump hits
Anti-Semitism measure stalls, Trump hits 'shameful' Democrats

US President Donald Trump said Wednesday it was "shameful" that Democrats have not taken a tougher stance on anti-Semitism, following controversial remarks about Israel by one of the first Muslim women in Congress. With a single tweet the president weighed into a debate that has caused the latest awkward rift in the Democratic Party, as young progressives clash with the establishment old guard. "It is shameful that House Democrats won't take a stronger stand against Anti-Semitism in their conference," Trump said.

WATCH LIVE: R. Kelly in court in Chicago for child support case, speaks out in 1st public comments since new sex abuse charges
WATCH LIVE: R. Kelly in court in Chicago for child support case, speaks out in 1st public comments since new sex abuse charges

R. Kelly is expected to return to court Wednesday afternoon over the $160,000 in child support he owes. According to court documents, if Kelly doesn't pay by 10 a.m., he could go to jail.

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The Latest: 'It's awful': Alabama governor tours devastation

BEAUREGARD, Ala. (AP) - The Latest on the tornado that killed 23 people in rural Alabama (all times local):

Woman who survived Hurricane Michael dies in Alabama tornado
Woman who survived Hurricane Michael dies in Alabama tornado

Sheila Creech evacuated Florida prior to Hurricane Michael in October. She was camping with Marshall Lynn Grimes when the tornado hit. Both died.

Resolution Condemning Anti-Semitism Splits House Democrats
Resolution Condemning Anti-Semitism Splits House Democrats

House Democrats clashed during a closed-door meeting Wednesday over how best to respond to Representative Ilhan Omar's (D., Minn.) repeated use of anti-Semitic tropes to impugn the motivations and patriotism of her pro-Israel colleagues.A number of Omar's fellow progressives lashed out at Democratic leadership for agreeing to vote on a resolution condemning anti-Semitism in response to Omar's recent claim that her pro-Israel colleagues are motivated by a nefarious "dual loyalty" to the U.S. and Israel.Representative Bonnie Watson-Coleman (D., N.J.) was the first to question the leadership's decision to vote on the resolution and suggested it played into the hands of Republicans and...

Venezuela orders German ambassador to leave
Venezuela orders German ambassador to leave

Nicolás Maduro's administration accuses Daniel Kriener of 'crass' and 'unlawful' meddling in Venezuelan affairs The German ambassador to Venezuela, Daniel Kriener. Photograph: Marco Bello/Reuters Nicolás Maduro's embattled government has declared the German ambassador persona non grata and ordered him to leave the country within 48 hours as Venezuela's political crisis intensified on Wednesday. The decision to expel Daniel Kriener - who has been based in Caracas since last year - was announced on Twitter by Venezuela's foreign minister, Jorge Arreaza. Arreaza said the decision was based on Daniel Kriener's "repeated acts of interference in the country's internal affairs". In a...

Poll: 64 Percent Believe Trump Committed Crimes before Taking Office
Poll: 64 Percent Believe Trump Committed Crimes before Taking Office

Almost two thirds of the public believes President Trump committed crimes before being sworn in as president, according to a Quinnipiac poll released Wednesday.About 64 percent of respondents said they believed that Trump was involved in illegal activity before his presidency, while 24 percent believed he was not, and 13 percent said they were not sure.Respondents were more evenly split on the question of whether Trump has committed crimes in office, with 45 percent believing he has and 43 percent believe he hasn't.The poll was conducted after Trump's former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, testified last week in a public hearing before the House Oversight Committee. Cohen, who is facing a...

Democrats Need to Face the Truth about Ilhan Omar
Democrats Need to Face the Truth about Ilhan Omar

House speaker Nancy Pelosi and the Democratic-party leadership thought they solved their Ilhan Omar problem one month ago. After the freshman Minnesota congresswoman outraged both Democrats and Republicans with an anti-Semitic tweet about AIPAC buying congressional support with "the Benjamins," Pelosi acted quickly.She set up a private meeting with Omar, following which the freshman issued a contrite-sounding apology saying that she had no idea that her comments were anti-Semitic. It sounded very much like her 2012 apology over a tweet accusing Israel of "hypnotizing the world," but the Democrats accepted it - and , in turn, ignored calls from Republicans to strip her of her House Foreign...

Teen who vaccinated himself says anti-vaxx Mom gets misinformation from Facebook
Teen who vaccinated himself says anti-vaxx Mom gets misinformation from Facebook

Ethan Lindenberger, 18, says his mother often cites social media groups to refute health officials. "That's what they want you to think," she says.

Trump accepts Kim
Trump accepts Kim 'word' he had no role in Warmbier death

WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump said Thursday he takes North Korean leader Kim Jong Un "at his word" that Kim was unaware of the alleged mistreatment of an American college student who died after being imprisoned there.

North Korea plays up Kim Jong-un for Nobel Peace Prize amid suggestion he and Trump could share honour
North Korea plays up Kim Jong-un for Nobel Peace Prize amid suggestion he and Trump could share honour

There is growing anticipation in North Korea that Kim Jong-un will be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize, fanned by reports in state-run media and mandatory lectures at schools, offices and factories across the country.  Suggestions that the North Korean dictator might be in line for the award initially emerged after Mr Kim met US President Donald Trump for their first summit, in Singapore in June, but have stepped up ahead of the two leaders' meetings this week in Hanoi. "After the first US-North Korean summit, the authorities began saying during propaganda lecture sessions that Kim Jong-un is a front-runner for the Nobel Peace Prize", a North Korean government official told RFA.  "Because...

AOC Is Not
AOC Is Not 'the Boss' for Coming Up with a Plan That Can't Work

Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez hit back at all of the people who have been criticizing her for her Green New Deal during a New York Hall of Science event -- even claiming that she's "the boss" because of it."You know what? I don't care anymore, because at least I'm trying and they're not," she said.She continued:"So people are like 'Oh it's unrealistic, oh it's vague, oh it doesn't address this little minute thing' and I'm like 'You try! You do it!' Because you're not, so until you do it, I'm the boss, how about that?"Ocasio-Cortez has also made some similar comments on her Twitter feed, such as this one:> Yup. If you don't like the GreenNewDeal, then come up with your own...

On his way to Vietnam, Kim Jong Un took an early smoke break
On his way to Vietnam, Kim Jong Un took an early smoke break

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) - It's unclear whether North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is going to give up his nukes anytime soon, and the same could probably be said for his cigarettes.

Ex-Trump campaign staffer files sexual misconduct lawsuit against president
Ex-Trump campaign staffer files sexual misconduct lawsuit against president

A spokesman for Donald Trump's campaign denied the claim. A former staffer on Donald Trump's presidential campaign has filed a federal lawsuit against the president, claiming he kissed her without consent. Alva Johnson, who was director of outreach and coalitions in Alabama in 2016, said in the federal lawsuit that Trump made the nonconsensual advance on 24 August 2016 in Tampa, Florida.

'They shot at us,' say injured Venezuela protesters

Ureña (Venezuela) (AFP) - Edinson Cisneros gasped and wheezed as he tried to talk -- he was one of the protesters struck by rubber buckshot fired by Venezuelan security forces breaking up border demos demanding the entry of emergency aid from Colombia. The main crossing points on the Colombian border became flashpoints for unrest Saturday as Venezuelan security struggled with twin tasks: keeping Venezuelans from leaving to get aid stockpiled in Colombia, and stopping people crossing the border with aid packages. Cisneros, 24, was in a large crowd that tried to reach the Francisco de Paula Santander border bridge, the crossing point that links Urena, Venezuela with Cucuta, Colombia.

Pope compares child sex abuse to human sacrifice as he promises to combat
Pope compares child sex abuse to human sacrifice as he promises to combat 'with the wrath of God'

Pope Francis on Sunday vowed to tackle every single case of sexual abuse by priests in the Roman Catholic Church, comparing paedophilia to "human sacrifice". The Pope pledged to confront abusers with "the wrath of God," end the cover-ups by their superiors and prioritize the victims of this "brazen, aggressive and destructive evil." But his public address to the Church's top bishops at the end of a landmark summit in the Vatican on tackling clerical assault of minors threatened to disappoint victims. "If in the Church there should emerge even a single case of abuse - which already in itself represents an atrocity - that case will be faced with the utmost...

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