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Apples WWDC 2017 Keynote in 15 Minutes

See the most important parts of Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference 2017 keynote. Over three hours of announcements, updates, and new products including the HomePod have been condensed into fifteen minutes.  Watch Apple’s WWDC 2017 keynote in 15

Apple to Hold WWDC Keynote Today

Apple’s big developer lovefest, WWDC, kicks off Monday with a keynote that’ll set the stage for software updates, developer platforms and possibly some hardware reveals like a Siri Speaker to do battle with Amazon’s Echo and Google’s

US Leaves Paris Climate Accord

President Donald Trump announced Thursday that he will pull out of the Paris climate agreement, delivering the news in a Rose Garden speech. The president stated he has no interest in remaining in a deal he considers

NASA to Make Mission To The Sun

NASA plans to launch a probe to ‘touch the Sun’.  Scientists will investigate how the corona reaches blistering temperatures, how the solar wind gets its speed and how space weather affects Earth. NASA’s first mission to the

Trump Visits Pope Francis

President Trump’s first foreign trip takes him Wednesday to Vatican City, where he and Pope Francis met for the first time.  The two had previously had disagreements over Trump’s directive to build a wall between the United

Rogerl Ailes Dies at 77

Roger Ailes, former Fox News chairman and CEO, died Thursday at the age of 77. Ailes’ death comes months after he resigned from the news network amid claims of sexual harassment. Roger Ailes, who built Fox News

Chelsea Manning Freed From Military Prison

Chelsea Manning was freed from the walls of Fort Leavenworth military prison in Kansas this morning. Manning will remain enlisted in the military because she filed an appeal after her trial. Chelsea Manning: Wikileaks source freed from

Did Trump Share Classified Info With Russia?

President Trump defended conversations he had with Russian officials following a report claiming he discussed classified information in those talks. The President went on to state he shared “facts” about terrorism and had “the absolute right to