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Sessions defends Trump’s comments on Charlottesville, says car ramming fits definition of domestic terror...
Washington Post Sessions defends Trump's comments on Charlottesville, says car ramming fits definition of domestic terror ABC News ... a young woman and sent 19 other people to hospitals, "does meet the definition of domestic terrorism" under U.S. law. "It does meet the definition of domestic terrorism in our statute," Sessions told ABC News' David Muir on "Good Morning America ... McMaster calls violence in Charlottesville 'terrorism,' as Trump pressed to reject groupsFox News Watch: Charlottesville counterprotesters shut down a white nationalist's news conferenceWashington Post Friend of Charlottesville victim: "Heather didn't deserve this"CBS News BBC News -NBCNews.com -New York Daily News all 6,140 news articles »
BBC News Spanish police 'stop second attack' after 13 killed in Barcelona BBC News So-called Islamic State has said it was behind the van attack in Las Ramblas, saying in a brief statement carried by its Amaq news agency that it was carried out by "Islamic State soldiers". The group gave no further evidence or details to back this claim. Barcelona Terror Attack: Van Ramming Kills at Least 13, Injures More Than 100NBCNews.com Several killed in Spain anti-terror operation after Barcelona attackFox News Police operation underway after 'possible terrorist attack' south of BarcelonaABC News New York Times -Aljazeera.com all 1,930 news articles »
BBC News Saudi border to open for Qatari pilgrims attending Hajj BBC News Saudi media have been keen to highlight the news. One commentator speaking on Al-Arabiya TV said the whole Arab and Islamic world was "truly happy" with the decision. UAE State Minister for Foreign Affairs Anwar Gargash tweeted in praise of Saudi ... and more »
Here's one way to curb phone addiction. A Japanese company has created an iPhone case to help parents stop their kids from becoming too addicted to their phones. SEE ALSO: iPhone App Shrinks Your Data & Your Monthly Bill The case, called the Otomos, is fixed to the phone and cannot be removed without a special screw. Otomos pairs up with an app that allows parents to limit the child's daily phone usage. If the child exceeds their daily limit, the phone will automatically enter sleep mode. A prototype of the Otomos Image: Momo ltd/facebook Motion detectors built into the case are also able to deactivate the phone automatically while the child is walking. Read more... More about Japan, Iphone, Smartphone Addiction, Smartphone Case, and Smartphone
NBCNews.com Virginia Car Attack Possible 'Hate Crime,' Sessions Says NBCNews.com Attorney General Jeff Sessions told NBC News in an exclusive interview on Wednesday that federal authorities are in no rush to file charges in a deadly Charlottesville car attack and that it's still not clear what those charges might be. "It very well ... and more »
PewDiePie would like some cash. The YouTube star made this point again and again in a recent video in which he played Minecraft and lamented advertisers abandoning YouTube. Also — and he says this is coincidental — PewDiePie announced he's starting a show on Twitch, a YouTube rival. His money issues might have something to do with it. SEE ALSO: PewDiePie apologizes for anti-Semitic jokes, blames the media for everything PewDiePie — or Felix Kjellberg, if you prefer his real name — insists he was thinking of moving to Twitch before "anything." That's presumably a reference to both advertisers leaving YouTube and Kjellberg's own advertising woes that began after several of his videos were revealed to contain Nazi images and anti-Semitic remarks. Read more... More about Advertising, Ads, Nazi, Anti Semitic, and Google
BBC News South Africa Jacob Zuma survives no-confidence vote BBC News by Milton Nkosi, BBC News, South Africa. President Jacob Zuma is celebrating following his narrow success of surviving his eighth motion of no confidence vote. He is certainly on his ninth life now. But judging by the number of ANC MPs who voted with ... South Africa's President Zuma awaits result of no-confidence voteBBC News all 1,019 news articles »