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  • Apple's Upgrade Program offers a 'head start' on iPhone X
    While initial pre-orders for the iPhone X are still a week away from opening, some Apple die-hards will be able to get started early. Apple's installment-based Upgrade Program that lets customers get a new phone every year will, just like it did with…
    - 4 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 10:59pm -
  • Vector plans three 'microsatellite' launches in Virginia
    Virginia's governor announced that microsatellite delivery company Vector has arranged a trio of launches from the state's spaceport on Wallops Island. While the notice gave no information on the payloads or customers, they will be very small compare…
    - 6 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 9:02pm -
  • Senators want to know if Apple fought back on China's VPN ban
    Apple CEO Tim Cook wasn't pleased about pulling VPN software from the company's App Store in China, but this July, it happened anyway. As a result, many users who once counted on such software to dodge the country's Great Firewall were left to their.…
    - 7 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 7:54pm -
  • Razer’s new webcam and microphone are made for streamers
    Razer is known as a gaming laptop, mouse and keyboard maker, but it actually offers a wide variety of products, like Xbox controllers, power banks, and even an upcoming phone. Razer also makes webcams like the Stargazer, which is built for streaming.…
    - 8 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 6:44pm -
  • Project Loon's LTE balloons are floating over Puerto Rico
    About a month after Hurricane Maria's devastating landfall on Puerto Rico and a couple of weeks after the FCC gave clearance, Project Loon is bringing wireless internet to people on remote parts of the island. Part of (Google parent company) Alphabet…
    - 9 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 5:33pm -
  • Movie 'sanitizer' VidAngel files for bankruptcy
    Back in 2016, Hollywood studios were able to stop VidAngel from streaming sanitized versions of blockbuster hits, claiming that its system for doing so was covered under the Family Movie Act of 2005. The injunction, which VidAngel promised to appeal,…
    - 10 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 4:45pm -
  • Ford's commuter van service Chariot halts operations in San Francisco
    Chariot, an on-demand commuter van service owned by Ford, had to suspend it's operations in San Francisco due to compliance issues with the California Highway Patrol, according to the San Francisco Business Times.
    - 11 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 3:33pm -
  • Apps and gadgets for the 'Blade Runner' future we didn’t ask for
    Punks, monks and Harrison Ford running scared through a poisonous cityscape were just a few of the details that made the original Blade Runner feel like its environment was a standalone character in the film. It felt as alien and familiar as the way.…
    - 12 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 3:03pm -
  • Wireless charging will make drones always ready to fly
    Drones are great until you realize running all those propellers, a camera, GPS and other assorted technology bits are a real drain on the battery. If you're just using one for images it's not too big of a deal. But if you're using one for surveying,.…
    - 12 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 2:35pm -
  • FAA proposes ban on large electronics in checked baggage
    While most of us probably keep our laptops and other large electronics in our carry-on bags, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) still wants to avoid the risk associated with exploding lithium-ion batteries in the cargo hold of passenger aircra…
    - 13 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 2:08pm -
  • Adobe's Scribbler AI automatically colorizes any portrait
    Finally! Adobe has devised a method of adding a touch of color to black and white images without all the dimension-jumping time travel (looking at you Pleasantville). At the company's Adobe MAX 2017 event on Thursday, research scientist Jingwan Lu de…
    - 13 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 1:45pm -
  • YouTube Red's next show is a Tinder dating comedy
    YouTube Red, the company's premium service, has a built up a stable of original programming, but for the most part they don't resemble traditional TV shows. Now, YouTube is trying a different tactic. The company has greenlighted Swipe Right, a comedy…
    - 14 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 1:22pm -
  • Tech companies unite to fight for Dreamers
    In September, President Trump announced that he would phase out the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which offers protections to undocumented immigrants who came to the US at a young age. This week, Reuters reported that Google,…
    - 14 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 12:59pm -
  • Fake iPhone X has a fake notch, obviously
    We're only one week away from iPhone X pre-orders, but the counterfeit market is already offering a variety of similar-looking devices to a particular crowd. As I anticipated, I came across one such clone while wandering around Hong Kong's Global Sou…
    - 14 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 12:36pm -
  • Google compensates Pixel 2 buyers who overpaid at pop-up stores
    If you rushed out to buy a Pixel 2 at one of Google's pop-up stores on October 19th, you probably got a rude surprise: the Verizon reseller handling your purchase, Victra, was charging customers an extra $30 on top of the normal price. Unless you kne…
    - 15 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 12:13pm -
  • Spotify’s RISE program will try to find future music superstars
    It's hard to deny Spotify's influence on the current music landscape. After all, the streaming service has over 50 million paid subscribers. Now, they're using that influence to help up and coming artists. Today, Spotify introduced RISE, which it bil…
    - 15 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 11:41am -
  • The best plug-in smart outlet
    By Rachel Cericola This post was done in partnership with Wirecutter, reviews for the real world. When readers choose to buy Wirecutter's independently chosen editorial picks, it may earn affiliate commissions that support its work. Read the full a…
    - 15 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 11:30am -
  • Does social media threaten the illusion of news neutrality?
    For journalists, social media can be a double-edged sword. On the one hand, they can use platforms like Facebook and Twitter to share their opinion on a wide range of matters, from sports to politics. But at the same time, they have to remember to ex…
    - 16 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 11:00am -
  • Vodafone’s introducing a zero-rating scheme too
    Just as several of its carrier peers have done recently, Vodafone will soon be jumping on the zero-rating bandwagon. Vodafone Passes, as they're called, are a selection of paid bolt-ons that'll offer unlimited data towards several music and video str…
    - 16 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 10:50am -
  • Billboard’s charts will give more weight to paid music streams in 2018
    Starting in 2018, Billboard will change the way it counts streaming music for its charts. Right now, the way it works for the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart is that there are two tiers for streaming music: on demand (where you can select what you list…
    - 16 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 10:40am -
  • Blue Origin’s BE-4 rocket engine completes first hot-fire test
    Blue Origin was a bit of a mystery to the public for quite awhile. After all, unlike competitor SpaceX, the company haven't always been welcoming to the scrutiny that comes with inviting the media in. But that changed in early 2016, when reporters we…
    - 17 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 10:09am -
  • Vodafone's new PAYG plan will cap your bill at £1 each day
    Pay-as-you-go smartphone plans haven't changed much in the last few years. Calls, texts and megabytes are priced individually, putting the emphasis on you to manage your monthly spend. Some networks, such as O2, offer discounted "bundles," but otherw…
    - 17 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 10:02am -
  • This week’s ‘live’ giant robot battle was fake
    We've been following the development of the giant robot battle for years now, and it finally took place earlier this week. Engadget writer Saqib Shah said of the live stream, "the entire event may have been as choreographed as a WWE match, but it was…
    - 17 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 9:39am -
  • NASA study will help identify potentially habitable planets
    NASA has already found tons of exoplanets around nearby stars, and will spot countless more once the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) launches. The problem is that scientists aren't exactly sure which planet-star combinations are most likely to supp…
    - 18 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 8:53am -
  • Plex for Android Auto simplifies server-based music streaming
    In-car entertainment will have to step up to accommodate our automated driving future. With an AI at the wheel, we'll be free to watch movies, play games, and conduct video calls. It's easy to imagine an all-round media player, like Plex, fitting int…
    - 19 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 8:25am -

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    • Project Loon LTE balloons restore some communications in Puerto Rico
      Alphabet’s Project Loon has brought basic communications back to parts of Puerto Rico for individuals who have LTE phones. The communications are being made possible by Project Loon’s balloons; they’re currently giving people access to the Inte…
      - 6 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 8:41pm -
    • 808 Audio XL-V smart speaker arrives with Alexa next month
      808 Audio has just launched its first smart home device, the 808 Audio XL-V. This smart speaker is cylindrical with a tower design and, most importantly, it has Alexa built-in. As with other Alexa devices, 808’s new smart speaker allows users to as…
      - 7 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 7:44pm -
    • Adobe Scribbler AI can create a realistic color image from a sketch
      Adobe has detailed a research project in which it has developed an artificial intelligence capable of generating realistic colored images from a sketch. This isn’t the first time we’ve seen an AI able to generate realistic images, but they genera…
      - 8 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 6:43pm -
    • Ford Chariot commuter shuttle service temporarily suspended in San Francisco
      Around this time last year, Ford Smart Mobility announced the acquisition of Chariot, a transportation company based out of San Francisco. Chariot offers shuttle buses that give commuters another option for getting around while helping alleviate road…
      - 9 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 5:54pm -
    • Pixel 2 XL screen problems VS iPhone 8 Plus, LG V30, Galaxy Note 8
      Over the past few days a bit of controversy popped up over the display on the Pixel 2 XL. The most common issue seen in descriptions of the device seems to have to do with the device’s coloring and/or texture. Our own review by Chris Davies said th…
      - 10 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 5:11pm -
    • NASA model improves odds of finding habitable exoplanets
      NASA has a new model that improves the space agency’s odds of identifying habitable exoplanets. The model is based on new NASA research that determines conditions across three different dimensions instead of one, as previous models did. With this,…
      - 10 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 5:09pm -
    • MasterCard will eliminate credit and debit card signatures next year
      Pay for something with a credit card or use a debit card that is run as credit rather than debit and the odds are you’ll have to sign for it. Signatures have become increasingly uncommon in the modern world, but they still exist and MasterCard want…
      - 11 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 4:00pm -
    • iPhone X anticipation may be slowing iPhone 8 sales
      2017 is a bit of an anomaly year for Apple. Though we’ve grown used to receiving two new iPhones each year – one standard-sized iPhone and one Plus model – this year we’re getting three new iPhones. One of those, as you likely already know, i…
      - 12 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 3:12pm -
    • Ancient stone gates spied on Google Earth have experts confused
      Researchers have found hundreds of mysterious stone ‘gates’ scattered throughout the Saudi Arabian desert, a discovery made possible in part thanks to satellite footage published on Google Earth. These gates aren’t exactly what you’re probabl…
      - 12 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 3:05pm -
    • FAA proposal seeks global airline ban on checked consumer gadgets
      It’s no secret that lithium-ion batteries can be dangerous if they overheat, and now the FAA is warning that they pose a serious risk for airplanes if checked into baggage. Aircraft cargo sections are equipped with a system designed to put out any…
      - 13 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 2:07pm -
    • Razer targets streamers with Kiyo camera and Seiren X mic
      Razer today is announcing two new products aimed directly at gamers who stream on platforms like Twitch and YouTube. The company revealed its new Kiyo webcam and Seiren X standalone microphone today. Both were developed with input from Twitch and You…
      - 14 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 1:24pm -
    • Apple visiting Foxconn as iPhone X production strains
      Foxconn chairman Terry Gou was tipped to host a visit from Apple Chief Operating Officer Jeff Williams in Taiwan later this week. Williams is reportedly visiting Taiwan for the 30th anniversary of Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC), with a…
      - 14 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 12:57pm -
    • Steam Sale dates list leaks weeks in advance
      Prepare your wallets, because it’s nearly time for Steam sales to return. The last major sale that Steam hosted was its annual Summer Sale, and at the end of this year, the Winter Sale will close out 2017 and bring us into the new year. Today the d…
      - 15 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 11:45am -
    • Android One HTC U11 Life looks like the Baby Bear of the family
      This week the folks at HTC have a big set of leaks on their hands – maybe even the entirety of their Fall Lineup, unless they have a third device that we’ve not seen yet. The device we’re looking at right this moment is the Android One of the t…
      - 15 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 11:41am -
    • Pokemon GO Halloween Event : New Details Decoded
      Pokemon GO Halloween is here again, marking the 1-year anniversary of the very first event in the Niantic-made game. The next Pokemon event starts at midnight tonight, so today we’re getting busy with preparations for the launch. While in the past…
      - 16 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 10:33am -
    • Huawei Mate 10 Pro DxOMark camera rating challenges Pixel 2
      Back when the Google Pixel 2 was announced, Google touted the high marks its camera received from DxOMark. In fact, the Pixel 2 became the highest-rated smartphone camera in DxOMark’s history. At the time, we assumed that it wouldn’t be long befo…
      - 16 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 10:30am -
    • The toughest crash test is getting even harder
      What’s arguably the toughest crash test in US automotive safety trials is getting an upgrade, with a new version of the small overlap test announced. IIHS, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, is adding a second version of the challenge that…
      - 17 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 10:21am -
    • iPhone X release nightmare: Here’s the problem
      The iPhone X launch was a problem since it was announced – but a bit of analysis today suggests Apple’s troubles are ending soon. While billboards, underground tram ads, and video spots run rampant across the world for iPhone X, behind the scenes…
      - 17 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 9:41am -
    • Pixel 2 Active Edge remap highlights a big problem
      The Pixel 2’s Active Edge is a fairly neat feature, but unfortunately, it’s limited in usefulness out of the box. While being able to squeeze the sides of your phone to perform an action seems like it would be really handy, Google has limited you…
      - 18 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 9:19am -
    • Lotus Elise Cup 260 is limited to 30 examples globally
      Lotus has unveiled a new version of the slick little Elsie sports car dubbed the Lotus Elise Cup 260. Lotus says that the Elise Cup 260 is the “standard for outright track pace and low lap times.” The car features a laurel wreath decal on the lef…
      - 18 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 8:58am -
    • PayPal Facebook Messenger feature settles the group check
      The number of ways to pressure your friends to cough up the cash they owe you for lunch is increasing, with PayPal and Facebook Messenger hooking up. A new update to Messenger allows for PayPal peer-to-peer payments directly within the popular Facebo…
      - 18 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 8:49am -
    • iPhone 8 Plus vs Pixel 2 XL vs Galaxy Note 8: which one to buy
      We are just two and a half months away from calling the year over and we already have most of this year’s top smartphones lined up in stores. Of course, we’re still waiting for the iPhone X to finally land in users’ hands, but, unless you alrea…
      - 18 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 8:29am -
    • Google app subscription deal improved
      You can’t be a modern smartphone platform without apps, and Google is aiming to make Android more appealing to developers and users alike. On the developer side, the company has announced it will change its fee structure for app subscriptions from…
      - 19 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 8:22am -
    • Harman Kardon Invoke Review: Cortana finds her voice
      Move aside, Alexa; back off, Google Assistant. Microsoft’s Cortana is here, and she wants to be the de-facto virtual assistant for busy people in their busy homes. Breaking free of the smartphone and desktop for the first time, Cortana‘s newest f…
      - 19 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 8:00am -
    • PostBOT delivery robot helps German mail carriers with deliveries
      The German town of Bad Hersfeld has been chosen as the test location for a new delivery robot dubbed PostBOT that will be used to help mail carriers make their deliveries. The robot will carry mail items for the mail deliverers on their routes to mak…
      - 19 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 7:27am -
    • Rolls-Royce SUV caught testing in the wild
      Everyone is wanting to get in on the SUV craze today with the SUV being the most popular segment in the automotive industry. This is much to the detriment of the car market with fewer cars selling meaning that fewer new models are likely to be made.…
      - 20 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 6:55am -
    • Google Pixel 2 is a mixed bag of durability
      We just recently got a peek into the Pixel 2 and learned from iFixit how easy, or not, it was to open up and repair. But before repair comes the damage that causes the need to repair. And for that, we turn to JerryRigEverything’s trinity of durabil…
      - 21 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 5:38am -
    • comma.ai EON Dashcam DevKit continues self-driving car dream
      Everyone and anyone seems to have an idea about what the ideal self-driving vehicle should be like, but only few are able to turn those into reality. Startup comma.ai only knows that too well. It’s plans were more or less dashed when the NHTSA put…
      - 22 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 4:46am -
    • Mac mini still important to Apple, says Tim Cook
      Many Apple products have received a significant refresh recently, like the iPhone X, or a pink slip, in the case of the venerable iPod. One member of the Apple hardware lineup, however, had practically been left by the wayside yet not retired either.…
      - 23 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 4:01am -
    • iPhone X Animoji at the heart of trademark lawsuit against Apple
      The animoji is perhaps the most frivolous and most whimsical demonstration of what is actually a pretty complex and sophisticated feature. And yet, it might also become one of the most popular features of the iPhone X. That is, unless this lawsuit ma…
      - 24 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 3:17am -
    • Google Pixel 2 squeeze is as bad as the Bixby button
      Google is ironically doing a Samsung. When it was first leaked that the second generation Pixel would feature HTC’s Edge Sense, there were mostly two reactions. One was skepticism in the usefulness of such a feature and the other was relief that it…
      - 1 day ago, 20 Oct 17, 2:29am -
    • Android Pay Visa Checkout available now, one year later
      “Good thing comes to those who wait” or “better late than never”. Those are probably the two overused aphorisms that come to mind when thinking of promised features that seemingly fell off the radar before suddenly and finally landing in user…
      - 1 day ago, 19 Oct 17, 9:11pm -
    • Xperia XA1 Plus available in the US, no fingerprint scanner of course
      Sony is giving 2017 one last hurrah before calling it done, at least as far as smartphones go. It didn’t exactly lavish much attention on a relatively less known but totally new Xperia XA1 Plus, but no one’s going to blame them. This is pretty mu…
      - 1 day ago, 19 Oct 17, 8:24pm -
    • Netflix Punisher series release date is official: November 17
      Though the second season of Stranger Things is Netflix‘s most hotly anticipated debut this year, superhero fans have been champing at the bit for the company’s original The Punisher series. We’ve known for a while that this show was in the pipe…
      - 1 day ago, 19 Oct 17, 7:49pm -
    • Gigabyte Aorus X9 gaming laptop packs two GTX 1070 GPUs
      Gigabyte has announced the Aorus X9, a gaming laptop with a pair of NVIDIA GTX 1070 GPUs, as well as a 7th-generation Intel processor and up to 64GB of DDR4-2400 RAM. This Gigabyte model packs a massive high-resolution display, as we’d expect from…
      - 1 day ago, 19 Oct 17, 7:06pm -
    • Photoshop finally gets support for Microsoft’s Surface Dial
      Adobe’s venerable photo-editing application, Photoshop, now supports Microsoft’s Surface Dial, a literal, physical dial designed for artists. The support has arrived as part of Adobe’s major Creative Cloud 2018 overhaul, though users should exp…
      - 1 day ago, 19 Oct 17, 6:10pm -
    • LG’s VR headset may be named UltraGear: trademark filed
      Earlier this year, LG demonstrated a virtual reality headset prototype going by the codename SteamVR (and HMD) due to its intended use with Valve’s SteamVR platform. Though the public got a look at this headset, the company wasn’t ready to provid…
      - 1 day ago, 19 Oct 17, 5:25pm -
    • Verizon’s online TV service delayed again, may launch early next year
      Verizon has again delayed its online TV service launch, according to sources, marking the most recent extension of the service’s launch date. The Verizon service was first leaked months ago as an online television service that would rival things li…
      - 1 day ago, 19 Oct 17, 4:36pm -
    • Buying a Pixel 2 today? You might want to skip Google’s pop-up stores
      Today is a day the Google faithful have been waiting a couple of weeks for. The Pixel 2 officially goes on sale across the US today, though unfortunately, your options are limited if you’re looking to buy, thanks to an exclusivity deal the big G ha…
      - 1 day ago, 19 Oct 17, 3:58pm -
    • Romeo Power Saber power bank has an AC outlet for charging laptops
      A company called Romeo Power has just launched its Saber battery for pre-order, promising it to be more versatile than any power bank you already have lying around. Whereas most power banks are limited to micro USB, Saber covers all of your needs: mi…
      - 1 day ago, 19 Oct 17, 3:43pm -

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    • For those who want to watch the world burn, there’s Geostorm
      This is probably how Geostorm came about: at some point a year or two ago, a bunch of Warner Bros. executives were sitting in front of a dartboard marked “big American concerns,” trying to decide what their next disaster film should be abou…
      - 8 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 6:31pm -
    • Alphabet’s Project Loon deploys LTE balloons in Puerto Rico
      Alphabet’s Project Loon has officially deployed its LTE balloons to Puerto Rico, the team announced this afternoon. In a blog penned by Project Loon head Alastair Westgarth, the company says it’s working with the Federal Communications Comm…
      - 9 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 5:47pm -
    • Nokia’s retro 3310 3G is coming to the US for $60 on October 29th
      The 3G version of Nokia’s resurrected 3310 was announced in September as theoretically working in the US, unlike the 2G version released earlier this year. But at the time HMD Global, which owns the rights to Nokia phones, didn’t say when (…
      - 10 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 4:28pm -
    • Apple sued by Japanese company that owns Animoji trademark
      A Japanese company, which owns the trademark for “Animoji” in the US, is suing Apple for using the word to name its iPhone X feature.The Tokyo-based company, Emonster, filed the suit on Wednesday in US federal court, saying, “Apple made…
      - 11 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 4:05pm -
    • A Silent Voice shows why Kyoto Animation is one of the top animation studios
      Kyoto Animation’s work isn’t quite like anyone else’s. The style of its animation and storytelling separate the studio from the majority of other Japanese companies. It’s known for high production values compared to its contemporaries;…
      - 11 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 3:37pm -
    • Razer made a webcam with a selfie light for streamers
      Razer launched two new products today for streamers: the Razer Seiren X portable microphone and the Razer Kiyo webcam with a selfie light. These two products are Razer's latest attempt to become the popular choice for microphones and webcams, w…
      - 13 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 2:17pm -
    • This headless robotic cat pillow will wag its way into your heart
      Do you enjoy the sensation of petting a cat or dog, but hate the unconditional love and the fact that they have heads and limbs? Japanese company Yukai Engineering has unveiled the solution to this classic conundrum with Qoobo: a soft, round cu…
      - 14 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 1:03pm -
    • YouTube Red greenlights a Tinder-themed romantic comedy series called Swipe Right
      YouTube Red just greenlit a scripted comedy series about Tinder, Deadline reports. Swipe Right, written by and starring Carly Craig (Role Models), is about a mother and her two daughters navigating app-based dating in different ways.Swipe Righ…
      - 14 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 12:27pm -
    • One Video: Family Don’t Matter by Young Thug
      Every week, a slew of new music videos hits the web. Watching them at your desk is not time theft because you deserve it; think of it as a nice reward for surviving another work week. But what if you don’t have time to watch every video — m…
      - 15 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 11:42am -
    • The movement to regulate Facebook is attracting powerful new allies
      This week, a bipartisan group of US senators took the first steps toward regulating online political advertising in a manner similar to the way the government already regulates these ads in traditional media. Democratic Sens. Amy Klobuchar (MN)…
      - 15 hours ago, 20 Oct 17, 11:29am -


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