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Pokemon Go could set off a new wave of augmented reality games

Pokémon Go is an app for your smart phone and available for download for free. Inquisitr noted that " Pokemon Go " users could not easily spot the Pokemon they're looking for through their camera lenses. Franken also asked Niantic to describe how it ensures parents give "meaningful consent" to a child's use of the game and subsequent collection of his or her personal information.



South Korea set to disclose a site for US missile defence

The new sanctions from America are in response to continued human rights abuses and repeated nuclear tests by the secretive state. Washington and Pyongyang do not have formal diplomatic relations, so the isolated kingdom's United Nations mission has for years served as a channel for the two countries to communicate, especially in discussions to end North Korea's illicit nuclear weapons programme.


Trump in 2008: Clinton would 'make a good president'

Trump in 2008: Clinton would 'make a good president'

Accepting the endorsement of her primary rival in Portsmouth, New Hampshire Tuesday, Clinton said she was happy to be working with someone who has energized the primary process. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says it was "totally inappropriate" for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to criticize Donald Trump. For weeks, Trump has been trying to woo Sanders backers frustrated with Washington politics by stressing his outsider candidacy.



Jesse Jackson rallies protesters in St. Paul

Multiple shootings made national headlines as Alton Sterling and Philando Castile were shot and killed by police officers. Mr Castile's girlfriend, Lavish Reynolds, recorded the scene, showing Mr Castile slowly bleeding to death as the officer continued to point his firearm into the auto on Facebook Live.


Giuliani: 'Black lives matter' is racist

Giuliani: 'Black lives matter' is racist

Data scientists told the publication that, when adjusted for population, "black Americans are 2.5 times more likely to be shot and killed by police officers than white Americans". During his interview Sunday, Giuliani encouraged police to take a "zero tolerance" policy toward "disrespect". Giuliani , who has ( allegedly!) struck a deal with Donald Trump to be Homeland Security Secretary, also went on to directly blame Black Lives Matter for "the reason there's a target on police ...



'UK broke int'l law by invading Iraq in 2003'

Conservative MP Davis told BBC that the motion would say Blair, 63, held the house in contempt over the 2003 invasion. A seven-year inquiry concluded during the week that former British Prime Minister Tony Blair's justification, planning and handling of the Iraq War involved a catalogue of failures, but did not rule whether the war was legal.