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Apple MacBook Pro 13-Inch

Apple MacBook Pro 13-Inch (2016)



Almost 12 hours of battery life. Compact and sturdy chassis. Two USB-C/Thunderbolt 3 ports. Display supports DCI-P3 color spectrum.
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Apple MacBook Pro 13-Inch (2016)

Nephew: George W. Bush may vote for Clinton

Nephew: George W. Bush may vote for Clinton

George P. Bush said Tuesday that his uncle, former President George W. Bush, may join his grandfather George H.W. Bush in casting his ballots for Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump, according to the Associated Press
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4.5 magnitude earthquake shakes Oklahoma

4.5 magnitude earthquake shakes Oklahoma



The earthquake occurred around 11:25 p.m. The U.S. Geological Survey reports the epicenter was near Pawnee, about 70 miles northeast of Oklahoma City.

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Stocks, dollar roiled by tightening US election race

Stocks, dollar roiled by tightening US election race



A man walks past at an electronic board showing the Japanese yen's exchange rate against British pound (R) and Euro outside a brokerage.
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Drivers fear gasoline price jump after pipeline shut down by blast

Drivers fear gasoline price jump after pipeline shut down by blast

Drivers in the U.S. braced for a spike in gasoline prices at the pump Tuesday after a deadly explosion along a major pipeline, although quick progress on repairs helped to ease some of the concerns over a supply shortage.
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Microsoft not at all happy with Google after Windows exploit reveal

Microsoft not at all happy with Google after Windows exploit reveal

It's never good news when two tech giants are mad at each other, but that's the case right now with Google and Microsoft. Google says it gave Microsoft and Adobe a heads up about an active zero-day exploit in Windows ten days ago, and says Redmond
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Zika Damages Male Fertility, in Mice Anyway

Zika Damages Male Fertility, in Mice Anyway



The Zika virus can get into the testes of mice, shrinking them and damaging them so badly that sperm production drops, researchers report this week.
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Thomson Reuters Cuts 2000 Jobs Worldwide in Restructuring

Thomson Reuters Cuts 2000 Jobs Worldwide in Restructuring



Thomson Reuters Corp. is eliminating 2,000 jobs worldwide as the news and information provider restructures to focus on growth areas like its risk and legal units.
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Thomson Reuters Cuts 2000 Jobs Worldwide in Restructuring

Teen who went to Halloween party with friend is among 2 dead

Teen who went to Halloween party with friend is among 2 dead



NEWBURGH, N.Y. - A high school senior who was among two people killed at a Halloween party where gunfire broke out had made a last-minute decision to go with a friend, her mother said.
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Teen who went to Halloween party with friend is among 2 dead

  

Powerful quake spares lives, but strikes at Italy's identity

Powerful quake spares lives, but strikes at Italy's identity



NORCIA, Italy - The third powerful earthquake to hit Italy in two months spared human life Sunday but struck at the nation's identity, destroying a Benedictine cathedral, a medieval tower and other beloved landmarks that had survived the earlier jolts 
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Powerful quake spares lives, but strikes at Italy's identity

Deadly measles complication that kills children is far more common than previously thought, doctors warn

Deadly measles complication that kills children is far more common than previously thought, doctors warn



A deadly measles complication that kills children years after they have fallen ill is far more common than previously thought, doctors have warned.

PHOTOS: Astronauts Touch Down After 115 Days In Space

PHOTOS: Astronauts Touch Down After 115 Days In Space


Three space travelers landed safely back on Earth late Saturday night. The journey began in the evening, 5:12 p.m., ET to be exact, when the hatch to the International Space Station closed, and Kate Rubins, Anatoly Ivanishin and Takuya Onishi climbed 

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PHOTOS: Astronauts Touch Down After 115 Days In Space

US economy grows at its strongest pace in two years

US economy grows at its strongest pace in two years



United States one dollar bills are seen on a light table at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing in Washington November 14, 2014. REUTERS/Gary Cameron/File Photo. Read More: 

US economy grows at its strongest pace in two years

Canada and EU Sign Trade Deal, Bucking Resistance to Globalization

Canada and EU Sign Trade Deal, Bucking Resistance to Globalization


Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada, Donald Tusk, the president of the European Council, and Jean-Claude Juncker, the president of the European Commission, spoke glowingly of a trade agreement signed on Sunday. Read more: 

Canada and EU Sign Trade Deal, Bucking Resistance to Globalization

Donald Trump supporter in Iowa arrested for voter fraud

Donald Trump supporter in Iowa arrested for voter fraud



Terri Rone was arrested on first-degree election misconduct charges after trying to vote for the GOP nominee at two separate polling stations.

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Donald Trump supporter in Iowa arrested for voter fraud

This Bird Can Remain Airborne For 10 Months Straight

This Bird Can Remain Airborne For 10 Months Straight


Scientists have long suspected that the common swift remains airborne for extraordinary amounts of time during its annual migration.
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This Bird Can Remain Airborne For 10 Months Straight