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TheDC Morning: USA keeps breaking records

TheDC Morning 1:18 AM 06/10/2013 Jamie Weinstein Senior Editor Like to laugh? Like to be informed? Then sign up for TheDC Morning email here. 1.) USA keeps breaking records – The unemployment rate may still be high, but that hasn’t stopped America from ...

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Google scrambles to restore offline Google Maps storage

It’s handy to cache maps when you know you’ll be headed into an area with bad network coverage. Google has tweaked its new Google Maps for Android app to make the feature easier to use.         A ...

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Apple to shift to IGZO displays next year, says report

Apple’s iPad (Credit: Apple) Upcoming versions of the iPad and MacBook should offer a longer battery life, at least according to a new report. Apple plans to brings IGZO displays to the iPad and MacBook, blog site Patently Apple said Wednesday, ...

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Nokia’s 41-megapixel Lumia 1020 sees details leaked early

The device will reportedly come with a 4.5-inch display, 2GB of RAM, and 32GB of storage when it’s unveiled later today. Nokia’s Lumia 1020 is expected to make a showing at a special press event the company is holding today. ...

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Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to appear in court in Boston Marathon bombing case

Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will show his face Wednesday for the first time since he was arrested in connection with the Boston Marathon bombings. The 19-year old is scheduled to appear before a federal judge in Boston to answer a 30-count indictment ...

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Accused Boston Marathon bomber faces charges

BOSTON, Mass. — When the public last saw accused Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, he was climbing out of a motorboat dry-docked in the backyard of a Watertown, Massachusetts, home. He was covered in blood from bullet wounds sustained during ...

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Spacewalkers get the job done, and then some

CAPE CANAVERAL — Two astronauts ambled through myriad maintenance tasks outside the International Space Station on Tuesday, setting the stage for some finish-it-up work next week. European astronaut Luca Parmitano and U.S. astronaut Chris Cassidy rigged up power lines, retrieved research ...

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Antarctica Animals Under the Ice

  Ars Technica reports that a Russian research team reached the waters of Lake Vostok in Antarctica, one of the largest lakes on Earth, but buried under 3,700 meters (12, 139 ft.) of ice. Researchers believe that the presence of ...

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Bombing suspect heads to 1st public court hearing

BOSTON (AP) — Survivors of the Boston Marathon bombing will watch as the young man who could face the death penalty for the attack appears in court for the first time since he was found bleeding and hiding in a ...

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NASA’s next Mars mission would sniff out ‘biosignatures’

NASA’s next Mars rover should recover rock samples for eventual return to Earth, a space agency report recommends, part of an effort to find signs of ancient life on the Red Planet. The Mars 2020 Science Definition Team report released ...

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Lumia 1020: Next Windows phone from Nokia could pack 41-megapixel punch

On Thursday morning, at a press event in New York, Nokia is expected to unveil a new Windows Phone-powered smartphone. For a long time, Nokia and Microsoft were staying mum on the precise identity of the device, but a few ...

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iPhone 4S issues on iOS 7 beta 3, hot and battery drain

Today, we wanted to publish a quick update about the iPhone 5 and iPhone 4S running iOS 7 beta 3. This news comes via our in house developer, who has been using iOS 7 beta 3 on both the iPhone ...

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iOS 7 beta points to slow-mo cam feature in next iPhone

9to5Mac says Apple is testing a feature called “Mogul” that allows the iPhone to record video at a superfast and precise rate — 120 frames per second. Odds are strong that Apple will debut an iPhone 5S in September or ...

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Read Aaron Hernandez’s pre-draft letter to the Patriots

On Monday, New England Patriots owner Bob Kraft referred to a letter sent before the 2010 NFL draft by then University of Florida tight end Aaron Hernandez. Less than two weeks after receiving the letter, the Patriots selected Hernandez in ...

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Egypt pushes transition, naming prime minister

CAIRO (AP) — Egypt’s interim president named an economist as prime minister Tuesday, ending days of deadlock as the head of the military pressured political factions to speed along the process, warning them that “maneuvering” must not hold up the ...

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Ohio kidnap victims break silence to say ‘thank you’

The three young women held captive in a Cleveland home for almost a decade are thanking the public for its support in their first public statements since their rescue in May. Smiling and appearing upbeat, Amanda Berry, Michelle Knight and ...

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Pathologist supports Zimmerman’s description of attack

SANFORD, Fla. — Evidence supports George Zimmerman’s claim that Trayvon Martin was on top of him when Zimmerman fired the shot that claimed Trayvon’s life, a forensic pathologist testified Tuesday at Zimmerman’s murder trial. “The medical evidence is consistent with ...

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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar weighs in on Dwight Howard

  When Dwight Howard left the Los Angeles Lakers for the Houston Rockets, Shaquille O’Neal accused him of not being cut out for the pressure of that franchise. Now, another Lakers legend is joining the conversation that has already included ...

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Ex-Detroit Red Wings teammates Chris Chelios, Brendan Shanahan feel honored to enter Hockey Hall of Fame

Former Detroit Red Wings teammates Chris Chelios and Brendan Shanahan will enter the Hockey Hall of Fame shoulder-to-shoulder, as both were among the 2013 inductees announced today. Chelios called the acknowledgment, “a great honor,” while Shanahan said, “I’m very proud ...

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Volkswagen XL1, wheeling a 262-mpg orb: Motoramic Drives

  Since the dawn of the combustion age, true car nuts have disdained gas mileage as the obsession of the weak-minded and unskilled; there’s no bigger punchline in the business than theToyota Prius. The success of the Tesla Model S ...

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Rain pounds Toronto, strands commuters on train

Commuters were stranded for more than three hours on a GO Train before a police marine unit arrived. All 1,400 passnegers were rescued by about 1 a.m. (Mark Blinch/Reuters) Toronto police and firefigthers have rescued some 1,400 people from a ...

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Egypt’s Interim Head of State Seeks Quick Elections

CAIRO (Reuters) — Egypt’s interim head of state has set a speedy timetable for elections to drag the Arab world’s biggest country from crisis, after the military ouster of Islamist President Mohamed Mursi last week sparked a wave of bloody ...

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Does the NFL have a crime problem?

To some the US’s National Football League is synonymous with violence – legitimate violence where men weighing 300lbs (136kg) or more collide like crashing trains. But it’s the violence off the field of play that’s currently causing concern. Does the ...

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Cleveland Browns Fan’s Obituary Takes One Huge Swing at Beloved Franchise

Cleveland Browns Fan’s Obituary Takes One Huge Swing at Beloved Franchise Use your ← → (arrow) keys to browse more stories Scott E. Entsminger went out swinging. CBS Sports’ Will Brinson directs our attention to a peculiar obituary of a man who died with ...

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White House refuses to make Egypt ‘coup’ determination

As the violence raged in Egypt, Jay Carney at the White House called for “maximum restraint” The White House has refused to describe Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi’s removal as a coup, saying that term carries “significant consequences”. Spokesman Jay Carney ...

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Ancient primate could be a missing link

An artist’s rendering shows what Archicebus achilles, which lived 55 million years ago, may have looked like in its natural habitat. (CNN) — Achilles’ heel was his weak spot in the Greek myth, but the heel of a newly discovered primate ...

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Scientists find black hole bonanza

The Andromeda galaxy with an inset highlighting possible black holes. Credits: X-ray: NASA/CXC/SAO/R. Barnard, Z. Lee et al.; Optical: NOAO/AURA/NSF/REU Program/B. Schoening, V. Harvey and Descubre Foundation/CAHA/OAUV/DSA/V. PerisSTORY HIGHLIGHTS Researchers find 26 possible black holes in Andromeda, a galaxy near ...

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Federal judge temporarily blocks new Wisconsin abortion law

Washington (CNN) — A Wisconsin federal judge has granted a temporary restraining order preventing the state from enforcing a new and restrictive abortion law. The law, signed by Gov. Scott Walker on Friday, bans doctors from performing abortions if they don’t ...

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Toronto rainstorm leaves 300,000 without power

Toronto rainstorm leaves 300,000 without power Footage shows widespread flooding across Toronto A heavy rainstorm in Toronto has left some 300,000 people without power and flooded parts of Canada’s largest city. More than 90mm (3.5in) of water – more than ...

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Lac-Megantic train blast: Searchers comb rubble

Lac-Megantic train blast: Searchers comb rubble It is feared the crash could be Canada’s worst rail disaster in 50 years Investigators have begun gaining access to parts of a Quebec town levelled when a runaway crude oil train exploded on ...

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Costa Concordia: Captain Schettino to face trial

Costa Concordia: Captain Schettino to face trial 9 July 2013 Last updated at 06:18 GMT The trial of the captain of the Costa Concordia – the cruise ship that struck rocks off the coast of Italy in 2012 – is due to ...

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Report: Osama bin Laden — doting grandpa, paranoid terrorist

Osama bin Laden was killed by a team of U.S. Navy SEALs in May 2011, at a compound near Abbottabad, Pakistan. Click through to see images of the compound where he spent the last days of his life. Islamabad (CNN) — ...

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Asiana pilot was on a training flight

The pilot tried to abort the landing 1.5 seconds before crash. SAN FRANCISCO — Asiana Airlines says the pilot of the ill-fated Boeing 777 that crashed Saturday had little experience flying the aircraft and was landing one for the first ...

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Egypt unrest: Interim leader outlines election timetable

Egypt unrest: Interim leader outlines election timetable Mohammad Morsi’s supporters accuse the army of staging a coup Egypt’s interim leader has outlined his timetable for new elections, amid continuing unrest in the country. Adly Mansour’s decree envisages changes to the ...

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Deadly Train Derailment Fuels Crude-by-Rail Concerns

Canada/ReutersFire rages shortly after a runaway train carrying crude exploded this weekend in Lac Megantic, Quebec, in this photo snapped Saturday by a resident. The accident follows a sharp jump in crude shipments by rail. The deadly weekend explosion of ...

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Panama Defeats Mexico in Concacaf Gold Cup

Manuel Torres scored twice to lead Panama to a 2-1 victory over Mexico in the first round of the Concacaf Gold Cup at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif. Torres gave Panama a 1-0 lead with a penalty kick in ...

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NYC cases show crooked cops’ abuse of FBI database

NEW YORK (AP) — It’s billed by the FBI as “the lifeline of law enforcement” — a federal database used to catch criminals, recover stolen property and even identify terrorism suspects. But authorities say Edwin Vargas logged onto the restricted system and ran names for ...

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Your iPad Is Now Your Portable TV Screen

Disney’s (NYSE: DIS ) ESPN is at the forefront a big trend in consumer electronics — “second screen” technology. Motley Fool analyst Rex Moore spoke with ESPN’s Damon Phillips at the huge Cable Show in Washington, D.C., about the network’s ...

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Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood says 34 of its supporters killed

  CAIRO (Reuters) – A spokesman for Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood said 34 of its supporters were killed on Monday when they were fired upon at a sit-in outside the military facility where toppled President Mohamed Mursi is being held. Reuters ...

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Shooting of pro-Morse protesters deepens Egypt crisis

CAIRO (Reuters) – At least 15 people were killed in Cairo on Monday, medical sources said, when the Muslim Brotherhood said shots were fired at supporters of deposed Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi near the military building where he is being ...

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