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South Korea officials: Bones found near ferry not of victims -

South Korea officials: Bones found near ferry not of victimsSEOUL, South Korea (AP) — The first government announcement Tuesday was startling: Salvage crews had found bones near the wreckage of the Sewol ferry, which sank in 2014 and killed 304 people.


Tue, 28 Mar 2017 12:30:24 -0400

Supreme Court rules for Texas death row inmate over IQ claim -

Supreme Court rules for Texas death row inmate over IQ claimThe Supreme Court on Tuesday faulted Texas, the U.S. leader in executions, in a death penalty case for the second time in a month and again ruled in favor of a black inmate, finding the state used an obsolete standard to assess whether he is intellectually disabled and exempt from capital punishment. The justices, in a 5-3 decision, threw out a Texas court's ruling upholding the death sentence of Bobby Moore, 57, who was convicted at age 20 of fatally shooting an elderly grocery store clerk during a 1980 robbery in Houston. Moore's lawyers argue he is intellectually disabled and thus not eligible for the death penalty, and now get another chance to show that in court.


Tue, 28 Mar 2017 12:27:40 -0400

Mom Outraged at TSA, Claims They Treated Her Young Son and Family 'Like Dogs' -

Mom Outraged at TSA, Claims They Treated Her Young Son and Family 'Like Dogs'The incident happened Sunday in Dallas.


Tue, 28 Mar 2017 12:22:00 -0400

Now I Get It: What is the Freedom Caucus? -

Now I Get It: What is the Freedom Caucus?President Trump blames, in part, a small group within his own party for scuttling one of his primary campaign promises: repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act. So who are they? They call themselves the Freedom Caucus.


Tue, 28 Mar 2017 11:33:06 -0400

Couple Arrested After Trying to Sell Baby on Craigslist for $3,000: Cops -

Couple Arrested After Trying to Sell Baby on Craigslist for $3,000: CopsJohn David Cain, 26, and Deanna Lynn Greer, 37, are accused of trying to sell their 5-month-old to an undercover cop.


Tue, 28 Mar 2017 11:25:00 -0400

Hidden changes in iOS 10.3 will give your iPhone a speed boost -

Hidden changes in iOS 10.3 will give your iPhone a speed boost

After releasing a few hundred different beta versions over the past month or so, Apple on Monday finally released iOS 10.3 to the public. Eager iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users rushed to download and install the update, and they were greeted with some nifty new features. In a post on Monday afternoon, we went through the eight best new features in iOS 10.3, including a new Find My AirPods feature, updates to the Maps app, Apple's new file system and more. There was one feature in particular that we listed in the post that deserves more attention though, and not many people realize it's even there.

When Apple releases any new iOS software, hardcore Apple fans always rush to download and install it immediately, regardless of what new features Apple adds. This is a good thing for many reasons, not the least of which is the fact that new iOS software always includes security updates that are crucial. iOS 10.3 is no different — it's packed full of security fixes that users should be eager to install immediately.

Of course, the user-facing features are typically the main draw for new iOS updates, and iOS 10.3 has a few nice additions and changes. One set of changes in particular is worth noting, but it's hiding in plain sight so most iPhone and iPad users won't even notice it's there.

Apple engineer Renaud Lienhart‏ tweeted on Monday afternoon about something that we mentioned in passing in our post covering the best new features in iOS 10.3. "iOS 10.3 feels 'snappier,'" he said, "because many animations were slightly tweaked & shortened, for the better."

https://twitter.com/NotoriousBUGS/status/846539233305124865

Long story short, Apple has made a number of small adjustments to the animations that are played when the user does things like opening an app, closing an app, or switching from one app to another. Longtime iPhone users may recall that Apple did something similar back in 2014 with iOS 7.1. The speed difference back then was much more dramatic and noticeable, but the improvements in iOS 10.3 are still nothing to scoff at.

If you have an iPhone or iPad and haven't yet updated to iOS 10.3, a faster UI should be reason enough to install the update as soon as you can. iOS 10.3 is available to download in iTunes, or as an over the air (OTA) update accessing in the Settings app by navigating to General > Software Update.


Tue, 28 Mar 2017 10:43:02 -0400

Trump to sign order sweeping away Obama-era climate policies -

Trump to sign order sweeping away Obama-era climate policiesBy Valerie Volcovici and Timothy Gardner WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump will sign an executive order on Tuesday to undo a slew of Obama-era climate change regulations that his administration says is hobbling oil drillers and coal miners, a move environmental groups have vowed to take to court. The decree's main target is former President Barack Obama's Clean Power Plan, requiring states to slash carbon emissions from power plants - a critical element in helping the United States meet its commitments to a global climate change accord reached by nearly 200 countries in Paris in 2015.


Tue, 28 Mar 2017 09:12:14 -0400

 

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