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Watch Donald Trump's Speech at the Republican National Convention

Cruz said Trump should not have been surprised by the content of his Wednesday night address because the campaign " knew exactly what I was going to say". If there's a lesson here, it's that policy differences are relatively easy to paper over. And if Trump loses, Pence could emerge as the leader who can pick up the pieces and unite a divided Republican Party while putting it back on the hopeful, optimistic path of the Reagan Revolution.

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Why Pokemon Go is a taste of the future

While enjoying the game, the user is exposed to many threats and introduces whole new categories of life risks. Meanwhile cases of armed robberies and injuries involving Pokemon Go players have also been reported . Even if the game is still not available in your country, you can try to play by resorting to a few tricks. They'll be similar to something you may have seen in another AR game, Ingress .

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Senator prods Niantic about Pokemon Go privacy and security issues

Growing numbers of Pokemon Go players in Australia, one of three countries where Nintendo Co's smash-hit mobile game is available, are complaining they're having trouble logging in, raising concerns the Japanese firm may not be able to roll the game out globally as quickly as planned.

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Maryland Joins 2 Other States in Suing VW

All three suits allege violations of the states' environmental laws , Reuters reports . VW last September admitted using sophisticated secret software in its cars to cheat exhaust emissions tests, with millions of vehicles worldwide affected.

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North Korea launches ballistic missiles, South Korea says

Jeon said South Korea "strongly condemns" the launches that he described as an "armed protest" against the THAAD deployment. North Korea is testing nuclear detonators for strikes against the South - in yet another defiant gesture from despot Kim Jong un.

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Erdogan back in Ankara after coup attempt

The government had already decided Wednesday to ban academics from traveling, because of suspected connections between academia and unspecified "cells in the military" that were behind the coup, according to an official cited by state broadcaster TRT.