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Ginsburg continues criticism of Trump, and he fires back

In the CNN interview, she also questioned the fact that Trump has avoided releasing his income tax returns , which is standard practice among White House hopefuls. Ginsburg hasn't backed down from her comments, and other members of the court have remained silent on the matter. Ginsburg has also criticized the Republican-controlled U.S.

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Testing mosquitos for Zika virus to begin in Virginia

State officials were coordinating with the county agency and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to follow the case. The virus has been circulating through Latin America and the Caribbean since the current outbreak began in Brazil in May 2015.

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Pokemon GO is producing $1.6 million per day!

Given the success of the app , gamer are bound to hear many stories that stoke suspicion both of the app and the players. An optional companion Bluetooth wearable device, the Pokemon Go Plus, is planned for future release and will alert users when Pokemon are nearby.

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Four countries most at Zika risk due to Olympics travel: CDC

Health officials on Wednesday disclosed the first Texas case of a baby born with microcephaly linked to the Zika virus . "Globalization in the 21st century is the primary driver of Zika virus spread that has occurred to date", said Dr.

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Pokemon Go outage in Australia: Complaints grow, Nintendo shares fall 6%

The neat part is that the game uses augmented reality to place the little creatures in the real world around you. The app requires constant Global Positioning System access, and uses a lot of data. For those who have fallen into the augmented realty of Pokemon Go, they have unwittingly given the game's developers access to everything on their Gmail account.

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Trump even with Clinton in three swing states

And a wider picture could give Clinton and her supporters a sigh of relief. Nine out of 10 self-identified Democrats said they supported Clinton (93%), while 3% said they were backing Trump and 1% said they wanted a third-party candidate.