Tim Cook, the mild-mannered Apple CEO, probably didn’t have to lift more than a finger to launch a new line of iPad Pros with the company’s Arm-based M1 chip. Tim Apple, on the other hand? He’s the kind of daring superspy who can pull off a high-security heist, slicing through plate glass, rappelling down buildings, and dodging lasers, all with a trusty grappling hook at his side. Also, he’s apparently able to unsocket a soldered-down chip, perhaps the most impressive trick of all — except perhaps for the one where he gave Donald Trump a “new” factory and the “first” Mac Pro off its assembly line. Not bad for a 60-year-old, even one who’s in charge of the most profitable company in the world. I sure hope he’s ready for... Continue reading…
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Donald Trump told Fox News that his close relationships with Russian President Vladimir Putin and Kim Jong Un were a "good thing."
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Iran said it wanted to show its strength after an attack on its Natanz nuclear plant earlier this month, which it blames Israel for.
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Sacha Baron Cohen shared some behind-the-scenes secrets from one of the most memorable scenes in the Borat sequel (that doesn’t involve a former New York mayor).It’s the scene in which Sacha co-star Maria Bakalova – in character as Borat and his daughter, Tutar – turn a cupcake mishap into a plot device that leads them into a so-called “pregnancy crisis centre”.These centres often look like places for those seeking abortions to get help. Instead, they are fronts for anti-abortion organisations where people are pressured into going through with their pregnancy ― even in seemingly extreme situations. In a video for Vanity Fair, the Oscar-nominated star explained how the scene unfolded, how it was shot and how the nature of his filming style and comedic methods left little room for error:READ MORE:Borat Trolls Trump's Election Lies In Never-Before-Seen FootageSacha Baron Cohen's Golden Globes Acceptance Speech Was Every Bit As Cutting As You'd ExpectSacha Baron Cohen Explains Why He Won't Be Playing Borat Again After 'Locking Him Away'
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"I am looking at it very seriously. Beyond seriously," Former President Donald Trump told Sean Hannity on Fox News.
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Trump wants his travel ban, which Biden revoked on his first day in office, to be reinstated by the current administration.
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Mike Lindell's MyPillow filed a $1.6 billion countersuit against Dominion rehashing the very same conspiracy theories that got it in trouble.
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Bishop Mario Dorsonville said the number of refugees being admitted "is far short of what we can do as a country."
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The pillow company is counter-suing Dominion, saying the election technology company's defamation lawsuits amount to "cancel culture."
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In 1988, Donald Trump bought an airline, but within 18 months, it lost over $125 million. We talked to three former employees of Trump Shuttle.
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The Biden administration has signaled that it places importance on elevating women in the armed forces.
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Graham has emerged as a top ally to Trump post-presidency and has said Republicans have no future with the former president.
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Trump praised the decision but urged him to pull troops out before the symbolic September 11 deadline.
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The current rate is 21% after Trump slashed it from 35% in 2017. Biden has proposed a 28% rate to pay for his $2 trillion infrastructure plan.
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Among all poll respondents, Markle is viewed positively by 47 percent, with 33 percent seeing her unfavorably, and 20 percent with no opinion.
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Former President George W. Bush in a rare interview Sunday said Congress "isn't doing its job" and that he regrets not passing immigration reform.
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"How can he keep saying something without providing any proof? And there wasn't any," John Boehner said about Trump's baseless claims after the election.
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During his four-year tenure in office, Donald Trump played nearly 300 rounds of golf. Whereas in his eight years as president, Barack Obama played 333.
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A bipartisan group of lawmakers is seeking to reverse a 2017 tax cap introduced by former President Donald Trump.
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