Top reviews of the week (photos)

Cnet - July 1, 2015 - 09:00
Here are a few of CNET Reviews' favorite gadgets from the past week including the Apple MacBook Pro, Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS10, and Olympus E-PL2.
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Youth Group Stuck in Israel After Flights Are Halted

New York Times - 4 min 14 sec ago
Leaders of Jewish organizations that sponsor such trips say they are making sure that the young people under their responsibility are safe.

Categories: News

UK 'still exporting arms' to Russia

BBC World News - 13 min 39 sec ago
The UK is still exporting millions of pounds worth of arms and other military equipment to Russia., despite concerns over its links to separatist rebels, say MPs.
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Georgia Republicans Choose David Perdue as Their Senate Candidate

New York Times - 15 min 26 sec ago
Republicans rallied behind Mr. Perdue after his runoff victory against Jack Kingston on Tuesday night. He will now face the Democrat Michelle Nunn in November.

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Tuesday as of Jul. 22 10:00 PM CDT

Grand Forks Weather - 32 min 37 sec ago
Tuesday - Partly cloudy in the morning, then clear. High of 79F. Winds from the North at 10 to 15 mph.

Tuesday Night as of Jul. 22 10:00 PM CDT

Grand Forks Weather - 32 min 37 sec ago
Tuesday Night - Clear. Low of 55F. Winds from the North at 5 to 15 mph.

Wednesday as of Jul. 22 10:00 PM CDT

Grand Forks Weather - 32 min 37 sec ago
Wednesday - Partly cloudy. High of 77F. Winds less than 5 mph.

VIDEO: Madrid fans joy at Rodriguez signing

BBC World News - 40 min 33 sec ago
Real Madrid have signed World Cup Golden Boot winner James Rodriguez from French league club Monaco.
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MH17 dead to be flown to Netherlands

BBC World News - 41 min 46 sec ago
The first bodies from the crash site of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 in Ukraine are due to be flown to the Netherlands for identification.
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LZ: GOP's bogus MH17 slam of Obama

CNN - 45 min 56 sec ago
LZ Granderson says Ronald Reagan went horseback riding and took a vacation after the Korean Air Crash of 1983. So why does the GOP keep airbrushing history to bash Obama?
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Dozens dead and injured in Baghdad blast

AL Jazeera - 54 min 20 sec ago
Officials say at least 23 people killed and 35 injured in suicide car bombing at police checkpoint in Iraq's capital.
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CNN - 55 min 21 sec ago
The FAA has prohibited U.S. airlines from using Israel's Ben Gurion Airport after a rocket hit "approximately one mile" from the airport Tuesday.
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Current Conditions : 69F / 20.6C, Partly Cloudy - 9:35 PM CDT Jul. 22

Grand Forks Weather - 57 min 37 sec ago
Temperature: 69°F / 20.6°C | Humidity: 68% | Pressure: 30.22in / 1023hPa (Rising) | Conditions: Partly Cloudy | Wind Direction: North | Wind Speed: 4mph / 6.4km/h

Ukrainian claims a Russian fired shot

CNN - 1 hour 1 min ago
U.S. officials hold pro-Russia rebels responsible, but intelligence now suggests they likely didn't know it was a passenger jet.
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For Israelis on Edge of Battle, Rockets Put On a Show

New York Times - 1 hour 5 min ago
Residents of the town of Sderot, the so-called bomb shelter capital of the world, gather on a dusty hill every night to watch rockets soar between Israel and Gaza.

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Deaf Advocacy Groups To Verizon: Don't Kill Net Neutrality On Our Behalf

Slashdot - 1 hour 8 min ago
Dega704 sends this quote from Ars: No company has lobbied more fiercely against network neutrality than Verizon, which filed the lawsuit that overturned the FCC's rules prohibiting ISPs from blocking and discriminating against Web content. But the absence of net neutrality rules isn't just good for Verizon—it's also good for the blind, deaf, and disabled, Verizon claims. That's what Verizon lobbyists said in talks with congressional staffers, according to a Mother Jones report last month. "Three Hill sources tell Mother Jones that Verizon lobbyists have cited the needs of blind, deaf, and disabled people to try to convince congressional staffers and their bosses to get on board with the fast lane idea," the report said. With "fast lanes," Web services—including those designed for the blind, deaf, and disabled—could be prioritized in exchange for payment. Now, advocacy groups for deaf people have filed comments with the FCC saying they don't agree with Verizon's position."

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