AT&T considering permanently ending Galaxy Note 7 sales

Samsung has announced a global recall of Galaxy Note 7 after reports that the battery in some units caught fire or exploded while being charged. Bloomberg said AT&T may decide as soon as tonight (Friday) on whether or not to stop selling the Galaxy Note 7.

Indigenous People's Day vs. Columbus Day

Columbus Day is a national holiday but not everyone thinks Americans should celebrate it. Vermont Governor Peter Schumlin officially renamed the holiday Indigenous People's Day this year, and Phoenix has voted to celebrate the latter, too.

I Paid My Taxes (BRK)

On Monday, it was Buffett's turn to take a shot at Trump. " Warren Buffett took a massive deduction", Trump said. The New York Times reported that loss may have allowed him to go almost two decades without paying taxes. Buffett also said in his statement that the charitable deductions he took in 2015 don't reflect the half of what he gave to charity previous year.

Green Day to play Pittsburgh

Looks like 2017 is going to be a big year for Green Day . They'll be in Europe until February, before their major North America run begins in March. The veteran punks performed a handful of new songs from the latest album, including the first single, "Bang, Bang".

IOC calls on WADA to lead unified global anti-doping system

IOC calls on WADA to lead unified global anti-doping system

The summit also supported the plan, first announced a year ago, for creation of a new anti-doping testing body "within the framework of WADA", that would also have intelligence gathering and investigative powers. "Following normal judicial process, you have to make a difference between prosecutor and judge to have a sustainable sanction", said Bach, an Olympic fencing champion who became a lawyer.

Samsung replacement Note 7 exploding

Samsung is still investigating the first incident and hasn't responded to the second as yet - it's possible that these phones have been damaged in some way after being sent out by Samsung, causing them to malfunction. He later told reporters that he thought since the devices were a replacement , it would be safe, so had plugged it in when he went to sleep. I hate to say that because the S7 and S7 Edge have nothing to do with this, but it's something I've already experienced.