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Pokemon Go Australia log-in complaints grow; Nintendo shares fall 6 percent

As hundreds continue to flood the parks around Bakersfield searching for Pokemon , security experts are warning players to pay attention to their settings. Meanwhile cases of armed robberies and injuries involving Pokemon Go players have also been reported. Pokemon can appear anywhere: On the street.

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Pokemon Go brings spike in business to Old Market

This wristband - once paired with your phone - will vibrate whenever you're near a Pokemon or come to a Pokestop. If you don't want to waste PokeBalls on hard to catch Pokemon (the ones with red or yellow "catch circles), be sure to feed them a Razz Berry first as it makes catching them much easier".

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Three Arrested In "Credible" Plot to Kill Baton Rouge Police Officers

Eight guns were stolen from the pawn shop Saturday before 2 p.m., police said. Officers were able to detain one of the four suspects that morning, a 17-year-old male, and determined the burglary was part of a plan to target officers in the Baton Rouge area.

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Pokemon Go Creator Says It's Not Reading Your Email

You can't be too careful with app permissions these days, and it is possible to play Pokemon Go without giving it permission to access all parts of your Google account. For some users with iPhones, signing into the game with the most convenient option - using your Google account - allows the gaming company to read your emails.

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Jeff Sessions could be a good choice for Donald Trump's VP

A federal judge blocked enforcement Monday of a Virginia law binding delegates to support the primary victor at the nominating convention. Correll said he would rather face a criminal charge than betray his conscience and vote for Trump. "I think Ted Cruz said it best, he's amoral, he's a pathological liar, and he's a narcissist". Trump won the March 1 Virginia primary with just under 35 percent of the vote.

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Angela Eagle launches her bid to topple Jeremy Corbyn

Mr Corbyn has refused to quit as leader despite more than 60 shadow ministers resigning the Labour frontbench in an attempt to force him out, plus an overwhelming vote of no confidence from his own MPs. Describing herself as a "practical socialist", Ms Eagle said Mr Corbyn was not up to the job. Mr Watson's spokesman said the deputy leader acknowledged that Mr Corbyn has a big mandate from members just like he does in his elected role.