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Skype adds support for Android Wear in version 6.4 update
SP_COP - September 30, 2015 - www.pcworld.com
Skype conversations now extend to your wrist with the latest update to Microsoft’s communication app.Skype for Android 6.4 lets you view and reply to messages from your Android Wear watch. Not only...
Luiz in doubt for PSG
SP_COP - September 30, 2015 - www.sport24.co.za
Brazil centre back David Luiz is doubtful for Paris St Germain's Champions League Group A game at Shakhtar Donetsk, coach Laurent Blanc has said."We rested him at Nantes (in Ligue 1 last Saturday) bec...
Early snowstorm in Interior causes power outages
SP_COP - September 30, 2015 - www.adn.com
An early winter storm blanketed much of Interior Alaska with snow Tuesday, leaving thousands of residents without power and many roads in treacherous condition.Heavy rain turned to heavy snow Monday n...
Donna Shalala, President Of Clinton Foundation, Suffers Stroke
SP_COP - September 30, 2015 - www.huffingtonpost.com
Donna Shalala, a former cabinet secretary under President Bill Clinton and president and CEO of the Clinton Foundation, has suffered a stroke.Clinton and his daughter Chelsea Clinton issued a statemen...
Former Baylor WBB star Brittney Griner suspended for portion of future USA Basketball camp
SP_COP - September 30, 2015 - www.dallasnews.com
Former Baylor women's basketball star and current Phoenix Mercury post Brittney Griner will be hit with a partial suspension at the next USA Basketball camp she attends following her involvement in a...
Malmo - Real Madrid Betting: Value in Rafa Benitez's men to shut out their Swedish hosts
SP_COP - September 30, 2015 - www.goal.com
Los Blancos have been in fine defensive form this season conceding just one goal in seven competitive games, and against the Swedish outfit that run should continueHaving come through a bruising battl...
Indiana House majority leader resigns after apologetic text
SP_COP - September 30, 2015 - www.seattlepi.com
A ranking Republican lawmaker who abruptly resigned Tuesday from the Indiana House sent a text message last week apologizing for "anything offensive" that may have been sent from his cellphone recentl...
Helena Bonham Carter still friends with ex Tim Burton
SP_COP - September 30, 2015 - indianexpress.com
Helena Bonham Carter ended her 13-year romance with director Tim Burton in 2014, but the actress says they are friendly with each other.Carter, 49, who collaborated with the 57-year-old director on fi...
United Auto Workers threaten strike at Missouri Ford factory
SP_COP - September 30, 2015 - www.stltoday.com
The United Auto Workers union is threatening to strike next week at a key Ford assembly plant in a dispute over local contract negotiations.Union Vice President Jimmy Settles says in a note to members...
Javier Fortuna vs. Carlos Velasquez: Winner, Recap and Reaction
SP_COP - September 30, 2015 - bleacherreport.com
Javier Fortuna made a successful first defense of his WBA World super featherweight title on Tuesday, knocking down challenger Carlos Velasquez in the second round en route to a 10th-round TKO victory...
More and more people come to Hawaii while expenditures remain largely flat
SP_COP - September 30, 2015 - westhawaiitoday.com
“While the growth in August was not as strong as in previous months, Hawaii’s visitor industry continues to exceed 2014 records in spending and arrivals. Spending reached $10.3 billion for the fir...
Michelle Obama tells girls that education is 'the key to your future'
SP_COP - September 30, 2015 - www.theweek.com
There are more than 62 million girls around the world who are not in school, and Michelle Obama gently reminded 1,000 students in New York City not to take their education for granted."For me, this is...
D-backs slip past Rockies on Gosselin's walk-off single in 11th
SP_COP - September 30, 2015 - www.foxsports.com
Robbie Ray found his mojo after a rocky start, the bullpen was brilliant and the offense was just good enough for the Diamondbacks to squeak out a 4-3, 11-inning victory over the Colorado Rockies on T...

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