Auschwitz memorial bans visitors from playing Pokemon Go

More specifically this week, the Holocaust Museum asked Pokemon Go players to chill . The Holocaust Museum is a location in the world of the game, the Washington Post reported Tuesday. As such, gamers have trekked to the museum in order to play the game. Pointing out that " Pokemon GO" has been downloaded about 7.5 million times , Franken stated in the letter that he was "concerned about the extent to which Niantic may be unnecessarily collecting, using, and sharing a wide range of users' ...

Sanders endorses Clinton to be the next president

Though Bernie Sanders has officially endorsed Hillary Clinton and said he will do everything possible to get the former Secretary of State election to the highest office in the land, his campaign is not quite over, officially. "As a party we have to stand by her, even if it leaves a sour taste in our mouth". "Together, we have begun a political revolution to transform America and that revolution continues", Sanders continued in his speech, standing beside Clinton.

Battleground Polls: Trump Takes Lead in Florida, Pennsylvania, Tied in Ohio

Battleground Polls: Trump Takes Lead in Florida, Pennsylvania, Tied in Ohio

Sanders bestowed his long-awaited support before a boisterous New Hampshire crowd, declaring he wanted to make it "as clear as possible as to why I am endorsing Hillary Clinton". It's the site of Lincoln's famous address in 1858. But she will say that the problems facing the country are much broader and show the need to heal divisions in the nation's politics and culture.

Sanders Supporters React to Clinton Endorsement

Sanders Supporters React to Clinton Endorsement

Sanders chose to endorse Clinton on Tuesday after he had worked to push more progressive policy in the official Democratic platform. While the crowd cheered in party unification, the Donald Trump campaign and the rest of the Republican party were not happy about the news.

Outgoing PM Cameron urges May to stay close to EU

Buckingham Palace says Queen Elizabeth II has accepted the resignation of David Cameron as British prime minister. Cameron said he wanted to use the prime minister's question time session to end a rumor that he was not fond of the cat, which was brought to Downing Street from an animal shelter five years ago.

Britain set for female prime minister; second in United Kingdom history

Some 150,000 Conservative Party members will now vote by postal ballot, with the result announced September 9. Current Prime Minister David Cameron resigned after finishing on the losing side in the referendum which resulted in a vote for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union.