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Apple's IPhone Becoming More Compatible With Cars
Apple is teaming up with major car makers to make iPhone applications easier for drivers to use while they're on the road. Apple Inc. is calling the technology, "CarPlay." That's change from its original name, "iOS in the Car," given last June when Apple announced its plans to make its mobile operating system more compatible with automobiles. CarPlay requires Apple's latest software, iOS 7, and an iPhone 5, 5C or 5S.
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The Apple Watch Is On Display In Paris, For One Day Only
Paris Fashion Week features eye-popping designs from Stella McCartney, Chloe, Valhalla — and one rather well-known gadget company based in Cupertino. Apple partnered with local fashion retailer Colette for a one-day Apple Watch window display. See also: Apple Watch Hands-On: Plenty of Promise, Plenty of Unknowns Little has been seen or heard of the Apple Watch since the company unveiled the wearable, along with two new iPhones , on Sept. 9. The device comes in a two sizes and a dizzying variety of bands and body styles.
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Atheist Group Now Threatens Georgia School District Over Donated Religious Monument
The American Humanist Association as well as The Freedom From Religion Foundation — have set its litigious sights on the Madison County School District in the bucolic town of Danielsville, Georgia. The religious-loathing organizations are demanding that school officials remove a new monument at Madison County High School because it is engraved with two New Testament verses. In an angry letter to school officials, the group charged that the monument violates the First Amendment’s Establishment Clause.
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Michael Phelps -- Arrested FOR DUI
Law enforcement sources tell TMZ Sports, Michael Phelps was arrested for driving under the influence in Maryland last night . The details of the arrest are not known yet but cops are preparing a statement and are expected to address the media very soon. It's Michael's 2nd DUI arrest -- he was popped in Maryland in 2004 when he was 19-years-old. He struck a plea deal with prosecutors and plead guilty in exchange for 18 months probation.
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Cory Gardner Denies The Existence Of A Bill He’s Cosponsoring
Colorado Republican Representative Cory Gardner is still taking heat Monday for suggesting in a debate over the weekend that a bill he cosponsored didn’t exist. Gardner has taken flak in his tight Senate race against incumbent Democrat Mark Udall for recanting his support for statewide “personhood” initiatives — for which he campaigned even at his church — but continuing to support a bill at the federal level that would declare human life as beginning at conception. Udall and his supporters have hammered Gardner for co-sponsoring HR 1091, the Life At Conception Act, while claiming to have changed his mind about nearly identical legislation at the state level. When asked about this apparent contradiction by Denver’s Fox 31 political reporter Eli Stokols, Gardner simply denied the bill exists.
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Unreleased Poll: Democrats’ Deep Split On Amnesty
According to previously unreleased information from a poll by George Washington University’s Battleground poll, many Democrats and swing-voters strongly oppose President Barack Obama’s immigration policies. The August survey of 1,015 likely voters showed that Obama’s immigration policy faces lopsided “strong” opposition and “somewhat” opposition, yielding 57 percent opposition to 38 percent support. One of the polling firms sent The Daily Caller data showing how many demographic groups strongly opposed or supported Obama’s immigration policies. That’s valuable data, because campaigns can persuade voters with strong opinions on a particular issue to switch their ballot. Voters who hold “somewhat oppose” or “somewhat support” views are less likely to care about the issue.
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NFL Refs Flag Player For PRAYING
Celebrations are going the way of the dodo bird in the No Fun League. No more dunking, no choreography, no nothing. Except praying. That seems to be OK. Unless you do Muslim stuff. Chiefs Safety Husain Abdullah picked off Tom Brady in Monday night’s blowout game to run it in for the score. As what happens on a lot of plays, Abdullah began praying. Then he was flagged for 15 yards. Classy move by the NFL. What better way to take the eyes off Ray Rice beating his wife, Adrian Peterson beating his children and Roger Goodell beating himself than with some old-fashioned religious persecution? So let that be a lesson to any of you young guns in the NFL. No Muslim stuff. Or maybe not, since the NFL later issued a mea culpa. Abdullah should not have been penalized. Officiating mechanic is not to flag player who goes to ground for religious reasons.
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German Pilots Union Calls For Another Strike
A union representing pilots at the Germany airline Lufthansa called for another strike Monday after contract talks broke down. The Vereinigung Cockpit union declared that on Tuesday, pilots would not fly long-haul flights from Frankfurt airport, the Associated Press reported. The union is demanding that Lufthansa keep a transition payment for those pilots that want to retire early. This latest strike is just the newest in a series of several short-term strikes in recent weeks. However, due to tough competition from European budget airlines and major Gulf carriers, the airline wants to cut those sorts of retirement payments. The union also said Lufthansa has not offered any compromise in resolving the issue.
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California Enacts Nation’s First ‘Yes Means Yes’ Law
After several weeks of waiting, California Gov. Jerry Brown has signed into law a controversial measure that requires every university in the state receiving state financial aid to adopt a new definition of sexual assault. Under criminal law, rape and sexual assault occur when one person forces another into sex despite the denial of consent, a standard commonly referred to as “no means no.” The new California standard, however, is one commonly referred to as “only yes means yes.” Under this standard, a sex act can only be presumed as consensual if both participants have explicitly consented. Even if no overt objections are raised at the time, if no explicit consent is obtained a sexual encounter may be defined as rape.
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Congressman: Generals Who Disagree With Obama Should Resign In ‘Blaze Of Glory’
Colorado Republican Rep. Doug Lamborn told a group of conservative voters in Colorado Springs last week that he was encouraging military generals who disagree with President Barack Obama’s foreign policy to publicly resign in “a blaze of glory.” The Colorado Springs Gazette has now published a video of the small gathering, in which an audience member can be heard encouraging Lamborn and other Republican congressmen to support U.S. soldiers “despite the fact that there is no leadership from the Muslim Brotherhood in the White House.” Lamborn told the Gazette that he’s not organizing a coordinated effort or even referring to current events. He told the paper that he’s heard private complaints from military brass over the years on everything from budget cuts to ending the “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy for homosexuals.