It's an Orca! Last Killer Whale is Born at a SeaWorld Park
Apple will start trial assembly of iPhones in Bengaluru from next month
UN Security Council fails to condemn North Korea's missile test
Russian Federation labels Jehovah's Witnesses 'extremist group,' seizes property
North Korea Shows Off Missiles During Military Parade
General Motors plant seized, protesters killed in Venezuela
Lawmakers reject changes to property tax-relief bill
British Parliament backs PM's call for June general election over 'Brexit'
Jurors reach guilty verdict in state police ambush case
Malcolm Turnbull to abolish 457 immigration work visas
Florida state senator apologizes for racial slur
J&J revenue misses on lower-than-expected pharmaceutical sales
Man Believed to Be First DACA Deportee Sues US
Lady Gaga Absolutely Slays Coachella, Debuts New Single 'The Cure'
Facebook launches augmented reality Camera Effects Platform
Slaven Bilic left 'gutted' after West Ham held by Everton
Meanwhile, West Ham edged closer to safety as they remain in 13th place, seven off the drop zone. Indeed, the afternoon passed without so much so a sub-plot and even Romelu Lukaku, who had scored in each of his previous nine games against West Ham , was so well shackled...
Obama's call hints at support for Macron in French election
French President's councillor Emmanuel Macron talks on a mobile phone as he arrives to attend a meeting at the OECD headquarters in Paris October 29, 2012. Obama is not endorsing before the Sunday round of voting, CNN said in its report. The ex-president does not now hold any elected office, but remains widely popular in America's Democratic Party, which is still reeling from a demoralizing surprise defeat in last year's presidential election.
How Apple makes sure the Apple Watch doesn't harm your skin
From sportsman to businessman, Stern never far from the NBA
Call of Duty WW2 beta, setting, co-op and release date details leaked
Hawks deliver early playoff KO, romp past Wizards 116-98
Sessions praises NYPD after 'soft on crime' controversy
Dustin Pedroia: Dustin Pedroia (knee/ankle) to undergo MRI
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Game Length Revealed
And this rudimentary test iteration of the game bears a striking resemblance to the very first entry in the series. The Legend Of Zelda Breath of the Wild will be discharged nearby the Nintendo Switch on Friday. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild's universal acclaim now makes it a "must buy" item, and Nintendo fans, never one to settle for second best , will not turn to the Wii U for answers after reading this.
Google Assistant Is Available In More Android Devices Today
While Google Assistant officially rolled out this week to phones beyond Google's own Pixel, the company says it might take a few weeks to reach your device. Google is working to expand it more regions and offer it in more languages to accomplish its commitment to "make the Assistant available anywhere you need it".
Telstra to launch LTE-Broadcast this year
Worldwide telco Ericsson is launching a new collaboration with major Australian telco Telstra and the Fox Innovation Lab to deliver prime entertainment releases direct to consumer devices without the traditional bandwidth penalty of streaming high-rate data over capped mobile plans.
Comedian Don Rickles Dies At Age 90
He was given the presidential assignment by singer Frank Sinatra, who was honorary chairman of the inaugural gala. Even volatile Sinatra let Rickles have his comedic way with him. During the late "70s and a good part of the '80s, Rickles" humor was out of fashion, and while he continued appearing at casinos, the luster of his star had faded.
Water Cannons Repel Venezuela Anti-Government Protests
The opposition-controlled National Assembly had called for the march ahead of a vote by lawmakers to remove members of the country's top court, less than a week after judges attempted to seize the power of Congress. The head of the Organization of American States (OAS), Luis Almagro, condemned the crackdown "in the strongest terms", branding it "brutal repression".
Marshawn Lynch visits Raiders facility
ESPN's Adam Schefter also added that sources believe Marshawn to Oakland "will happen". Lynch is still under contract with the Seahawks after retiring following the 2015 season, so if he's meeting with the Raiders he must be doing so with their permission.
South African banks can deal with 'junk' rating impact: cbank
Government remains committed to making sure that its work with business, labour and the civil society continues in order to improve the business confidence and implement structural reforms to accelerate inclusive economic growth, it said .
Australia warns of Gallipoli terror threat
The Anzac Day commemoration, which is held on 25 April every year, marks the iconic battle between the Ottoman Empire and Allied forces from Britain, Australia, and New Zealand. "It is nothing more specific than that", he said. Mr Tehan said the scheduled commemorations would continue as planned. "It is just that terrorists may indeed try to carry out a terrorist attack during the celebrations", he told reporters in Canberra.
Richmond Fed head Lacker resigns, admits improper disclosure
The Atlanta Fed's Jeffrey Lacker apparently took option C. After he massively breached protocol by confirming information due to be released days later to a Medley Global Advisors analyst - sparking the Fed's biggest legal scandal in decades - Lacker basically chose the worst of both worlds, keeping mum with an internal investigation only to face the music four years later.
Italy plucks 2000 migrants from the Mediterranean Sea
Libya is the main departure point for migrants hoping to reach Europe by sea, and more than 150,000 have made the crossing from Libya to Italy in each of the past three years. The boat's hull was completely destroyed and the survivors, all men, were found clinging to a flotation device, Qassem said. Libyan Red Crescent volunteers are seen near the bodies of 74 refugees that were washed ashore, near Zawiyah, on Libya's northern coast, on February 20, 2017.
US Refrains From Tagging Any Country "Currency Manipulator"
The recent semi-annual report from the Treasury Department on the US' major trading partners has instead placed China on a "watch list" - along with Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Germany and Switzerland - to monitor their currency practices.
Iran's Ahmadinejad registers to run for president
The former Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has registered his name to the country's presidential election later in May, despite the Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei's proposal past year that he should not run again for the post. Iran's economy suffered under heavy global sanctions during his administration because of suspicions that Tehran was secretly pursuing nuclear weapons.
Afghanistan says massive US bomb killed 36 militants
Now US officials say militants affiliated to West Asia-based IS network have begun fortifying caves in the region in an effort to hold off joint operations by Afghan and US forces. District Gov. Ismail Shinwari said there is no civilian property near the airstrike location. The US government's top watchdog on Afghanistan said earlier this year that the Afghan government controls less than 60 per cent of the country.
Kids scramble to collect 100000 Easter eggs on N.J. beach
VARIOUS MEMBERS that helped with Albright Methodist Church's annual Easter Egg hunt are pictured at last year's event. The Easter bunny may make an appearance, too! In Wamac , Mayor Butch Mathis is coordinating the Easter Egg hunt for the 8th year at the Wamac Park at one Sunday afternoon.
Koeman and Jagielka visit injured Coleman
The full-back had surgery two and a half weeks ago on the horrific double leg break he suffered on worldwide duty with Ireland against Wales. The 28-year-old defender was injured in March when representing Ireland in their World Cup Qualifier against Wales in Dublin.
Police examine 'possible Islamist link' to bus bombing
Investigators had identified two suspects from the "Islamist scene", searched their apartments and detained one man, she said. Police Dortmund said in a statement: "In the run-up to the Champions League game between BVB (Dortmund) and AS Monaco, there was just after 1900 tonight an explosion close to the BVB team bus".
Garcia dedicates magical Masters win to childhood idol
It would be incredible if you win The Masters on such a special date", he tweeted before Garcia's impressive final round got him the clubhouse lead at nine-under with Rose. It seems to have worked because Garcia overturned a two-shot deficit against Justin Rose to win on the first hole of a sudden-death playoff. Rose's wayward drive opened up the door for Garcia and he took the opportunity with both hands, replicating his tee shot and approach from 20 minutes earlier before rolling in a ...
Lewis Hamilton Beats Sebastian Vettel to win the Chinese GP
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel recovered from a mishap-filled start to finish in second place, 6.2 seconds behind the Mercedes driver. Lewis Hamilton rules Shanghai GP. When the cars got back to full speed, the safety auto was soon deployed to clear Antonio Giovinazzi's crashed Sauber, with the neutralisation allowing Vettel's rivals to make their pit stops and minimise the time loss.
North Carolina squeaks by Gonzaga to win 6th NCAA men's basketball title
A hungry Tar Heels squad was forced to carry that terrible taste in their mouth all offseason long, but with 10 returning players to the roster, there was promise of getting back and finishing the job this time around. That is up 30% compared to past year Villanova-North Carolina title game, which was on TBS for the first time. Unlike a team like Kentucky, who has to replenish their roster of one-and-done players, North Carolina seems to get players who truly bleed Carolina Blue.
Uber's Levandowski fights full disclosure over Waymo secrets
Levandowski helped establish Google as an early leader in self-driving cars, earning him more than $120 million in incentive pay, according to information inadvertently revealed in court papers earlier this week. "Uber's assertion that they've never touched the 14,000 stolen files is disingenuous at best , given their refusal to look in the most obvious place: the computers and devices owned by the head of their self-driving program", a Waymo spokesperson said in a statement.
Kendall Jenner 'Feels Horrible' Amid Pepsi Ad Controversy
Critics accused Pepsi of co-opting some of the serious issues protesters are challenging today. The move came on the same day that Pepsi was forced to apologise for a controversial ad featuring Kendall Jenner . She tweeted a photo of her father being confronted by a police officer at a protest march and wrote: "If only Daddy would have known about the power of Pepsi ".
Samsung Galaxy S8+ 6GB RAM variant confirmed by the company, launching soon
Whether the variant will make it to United Kingdom or USA shores remains to be seen, but it was recently spotted traveling through China's FCC. Leaked benchmarking tests have suggested that the new Qualcomm chip performs much better than the A10, which may lead users to conclude that the Galaxy S8+ would be faster than iPhone 7 Plus.
Portland Metro Sunday Weather: Mostly sunny with a slight chance of rain
Oncethe rain moves out Wednesdayevening, high pressure finallytakes over and provide amplesunshine Thursday and well intSaturday. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 56. Low around 46. East wind 9 to 13 miles per hour . The moderate to heavy rain will likely result in some roadway flooding along with flooding in areas of poor drainage on Thursday .
Korea set for five-way presidential race as parties settle on nominees
Frontrunner Moon Jae-in on Monday easily clinched the nomination as the Minjoo Party's presidential candidate. Park's detention last Friday came after her parliamentary impeachment was upheld by the Constitutional Court, paving the way for her to face more than a dozen charges - including bribery and abuse of power.