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Sewol ferry 'remains' are animal bones: S. Korea ministry

Sewol ferry 'remains' are animal bones: S. Korea ministry Bone fragments recovered from the wreck of South Korea's Sewol ferry are from an animal and not human remains, the maritime ministry said Tuesday, dashing hopes of the relatives of missing victims. Authorities had earlier announced the pieces were human -- raising the prospect of closure for families of at least some of the nine passengers whose bodies were never found after the 2014 maritime disaster.


Sewol ferry 'remains' are animal bones: S. Korea ministry

Sewol ferry 'remains' are animal bones: S. Korea ministry Bone fragments recovered from the wreck of South Korea's Sewol ferry are from an animal and not human remains, the maritime ministry said Tuesday, dashing hopes of the relatives of missing victims. Authorities had earlier announced the pieces were human -- raising the prospect of closure for families of at least some of the nine passengers whose bodies were never found after the 2014 maritime disaster.


S. Korea: bones found near ferry wreckage were from animals

S. Korea: bones found near ferry wreckage were from animals SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Bones found near the wreckage of a South Korean ferry belonged to animals, not missing passengers from the ship's 2014 sinking in which 304 people died, the government announced Tuesday.


Report: China's man-made S.China Sea islands nearly complete

Report: China's man-made S.China Sea islands nearly complete BEIJING (AP) — A report from a U.S. think tank says China has nearly completed construction work on three man-made islands in the South China Sea, giving it the ability to deploy combat aircraft and other military assets to the disputed region.


Ahmed Kathrada, anti-apartheid activist and Mandela prison mate

Ahmed Kathrada, anti-apartheid activist and Mandela prison mate South Africa's anti-apartheid icon Ahmed Kathrada, who was jailed alongside Nelson Mandela, was feted as a humble liberation hero who shunned the power and glory that came with freedom. Unlike many struggle veterans, Kathrada, who was imprisoned on Robben Island, never held public political office after the fall of apartheid and Mandela's election as president in 1994. When Mandela left office in 1999, after serving a single four-year term, Kathrada also stepped away from politics -- immersing himself in activism through his Ahmed Kathrada Foundation.


Ahmed Kathrada, anti-apartheid activist and Mandela prison mate

Ahmed Kathrada, anti-apartheid activist and Mandela prison mate South Africa's anti-apartheid icon Ahmed Kathrada, who was jailed alongside Nelson Mandela, was feted as a humble liberation hero who shunned the power and glory that came with freedom. Unlike many struggle veterans, Kathrada, who was imprisoned on Robben Island, never held public political office after the fall of apartheid and Mandela's election as president in 1994. When Mandela left office in 1999, after serving a single four-year term, Kathrada also stepped away from politics -- immersing himself in activism through his Ahmed Kathrada Foundation.


Heroin found hidden in dog crate at Kennedy Airport

Heroin found hidden in dog crate at Kennedy Airport NEW YORK (AP) — Two men were arrested on drug charges after heroin was found hidden in the false bottom of a dog crate containing a Labrador retriever that had been shipped from Puerto Rico to New York.


Embattled Nunes Paralyzes House Intel Committee

Embattled Nunes Paralyzes House Intel Committee Congressman Jim Himes, a member of the House Intelligence Committee, talks with Rachel Maddow about how Committee Chairman Devin Nunes has not kept the committee updated on intelligence he talked with the media and White House about and more.


Did an astroid strike a Martian ocean and create a cataclysmic tsunami?

Did an astroid strike a Martian ocean and create a cataclysmic tsunami?

There's no shortage of theories about what Mars was like billions of years ago. The prevailing guess is that water was abundant, and there may have even been enough to form huge oceans. New research into an existing geographical feature on the red planet could provide new evidence of not only the existence of a massive body of water, but also an astroid impact that could have generated multiple devastating tsunamis.

Evidence that water existed on Mars is ample, and many researchers believe that telltale signs of tsunamis are also present. In an effort to explain how a tsunami might have been generated, scientists have been looking for the spot (or spots) on the Martian surface where an astroid or other celestial object could have come crashing down.

One particularly interesting spot on the planet, which NASA describes as "thumbprint-looking," was long thought to be the result of mud or other debris sliding downward after being pushed up by a glacier or other geographical shift. It's called the Lomonosov crater, and new research supports a very different theory as to how it got there.

Instead of being simply the result of gravity pulling dirt downhill, scientists now believe it could very well be the last remaining mark of an astroid that violently struck Mars billions of years ago. What's more, the characteristics of the crater support the idea that when the rock struck the planet, the spot it hit was actually an ocean, leading to multiple huge tidal waves as the displaced water was pushed from and pulled into resulting crater.


Did an astroid strike a Martian ocean and create a cataclysmic tsunami?

Did an astroid strike a Martian ocean and create a cataclysmic tsunami?

There's no shortage of theories about what Mars was like billions of years ago. The prevailing guess is that water was abundant, and there may have even been enough to form huge oceans. New research into an existing geographical feature on the red planet could provide new evidence of not only the existence of a massive body of water, but also an astroid impact that could have generated multiple devastating tsunamis.

Evidence that water existed on Mars is ample, and many researchers believe that telltale signs of tsunamis are also present. In an effort to explain how a tsunami might have been generated, scientists have been looking for the spot (or spots) on the Martian surface where an astroid or other celestial object could have come crashing down.

One particularly interesting spot on the planet, which NASA describes as "thumbprint-looking," was long thought to be the result of mud or other debris sliding downward after being pushed up by a glacier or other geographical shift. It's called the Lomonosov crater, and new research supports a very different theory as to how it got there.

Instead of being simply the result of gravity pulling dirt downhill, scientists now believe it could very well be the last remaining mark of an astroid that violently struck Mars billions of years ago. What's more, the characteristics of the crater support the idea that when the rock struck the planet, the spot it hit was actually an ocean, leading to multiple huge tidal waves as the displaced water was pushed from and pulled into resulting crater.


The Latest: Bridge case defendants seek to avoid prison time

The Latest: Bridge case defendants seek to avoid prison time NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — The Latest on pre-sentencing court filings for two convicted ex-aides to Republican Gov. Chris Christie (all times local):


NASA just captured a photo of Jupiter that you won’t believe is real

NASA just captured a photo of Jupiter that you won’t believe is real

NASA has managed to capture some pretty stunning photos of all the cool stuff they've spotted over the years, and rarely does it fail to amaze. There's images of planet surfaces, the rings of Saturn, and even black holes flying through space totally unchecked. Rarely, however, does a photo look so unreal that at first glance you'd be likely to mistake it for a work of Earthling art. A new photo captured by NASA's Juno spacecraft falls into that category, and oh what a sight it is.

The image, originally taken by Juno's "JunoCam" camera, was taken in early February and shows Jupiter's ever-swirling mass of storm clouds from an altitude of roughly 9,000 miles. The storms which continually rock the planet take on a milky appearance when captured up close, and a citizen scientist named Roman Tkachenko took the liberty of enhancing the photo's colors to bring out even more of the defining lines and edges.

The Juno craft, packed with all kinds of fancy monitoring equipment, made its fifth flyby of the planet on Monday, which is also the fourth "science orbit," which is the name they give the flybys when all the instruments on board are up and running. The craft's next flyby won't happen until late May 2017, so it's a rare and exciting event when one of these close passes goes by without a hitch. The craft's data is currently being sent to Earth where researchers will continue to mine it for precious information about our solar system's most intimidating planet.


There’s a compelling new reason to buy your iPhone from T-Mobile

There’s a compelling new reason to buy your iPhone from T-Mobile

Choosing where to buy a new iPhone isn't as simple as it might seem. Third-party stores or carriers might give you a better monetary deal than buying an iPhone from the Apple Store, but you're also going to have to deal with yearly contracts, bill credits, or the hassle of unlocking the device if you switch networks.

But all the details aside, T-Mobile is hoping that its latest offering can make the decision much simpler. As of right now, if you buy an iPhone on T-Mobile and opt for extra device insurance, you'll also get AppleCare included in the price.

The AppleCare isn't free with all new iPhones from T-Mobile, but rather it's an additional service you get with T-Mobile's Premium Device Protection. That's just an insurance program that T-Mobile offers on devices. It runs $12 per month, and offers theft and loss protection on your phone. It's a good option if you're prone to losing your device altogether, but the deductibles are high, and it doesn't offer much help with common problems like a cracked screen or water damage (thanks to those high deductibles).

So T-Mobile's new offering bundles the normal insurance, offered by Assurant, with the Apple-provided AppleCare that you know and love. Assurant keeps covering theft and loss, while AppleCare gets you different benefits like live support, cheap screens, and battery repairs.

For anyone who was already on T-Mobile's insurance, or thinking about buying a phone protected by it, this is obviously good news. You're getting more coverage for the same amount of money, and knowing it's Apple-provided coverage means you're not going to have to spend weeks arguing with a weird third-party insurance company.

 


There’s a compelling new reason to buy your iPhone from T-Mobile

There’s a compelling new reason to buy your iPhone from T-Mobile

Choosing where to buy a new iPhone isn't as simple as it might seem. Third-party stores or carriers might give you a better monetary deal than buying an iPhone from the Apple Store, but you're also going to have to deal with yearly contracts, bill credits, or the hassle of unlocking the device if you switch networks.

But all the details aside, T-Mobile is hoping that its latest offering can make the decision much simpler. As of right now, if you buy an iPhone on T-Mobile and opt for extra device insurance, you'll also get AppleCare included in the price.

The AppleCare isn't free with all new iPhones from T-Mobile, but rather it's an additional service you get with T-Mobile's Premium Device Protection. That's just an insurance program that T-Mobile offers on devices. It runs $12 per month, and offers theft and loss protection on your phone. It's a good option if you're prone to losing your device altogether, but the deductibles are high, and it doesn't offer much help with common problems like a cracked screen or water damage (thanks to those high deductibles).

So T-Mobile's new offering bundles the normal insurance, offered by Assurant, with the Apple-provided AppleCare that you know and love. Assurant keeps covering theft and loss, while AppleCare gets you different benefits like live support, cheap screens, and battery repairs.

For anyone who was already on T-Mobile's insurance, or thinking about buying a phone protected by it, this is obviously good news. You're getting more coverage for the same amount of money, and knowing it's Apple-provided coverage means you're not going to have to spend weeks arguing with a weird third-party insurance company.

 


13 Places the Royals Like to Vacation

13 Places the Royals Like to Vacation From a castle in Scotland to the coast of Greece, here are thirteen places the royals like to vacation.


13 Places the Royals Like to Vacation

13 Places the Royals Like to Vacation From a castle in Scotland to the coast of Greece, here are thirteen places the royals like to vacation.


Wiz Khalifa and Pablo Escobar: a Colombian controversy

Wiz Khalifa and Pablo Escobar: a Colombian controversy The American rapper Wiz Khalifa received a tongue-lashing from the mayor of Medellin, Colombia on Monday for visiting the grave of the city's most infamous son, the drug lord Pablo Escobar. The "See You Again" artist left flowers and a joint at Escobar's tomb in Medellin on Friday, publishing photos of the homage on Instagram -- and drawing a firestorm of criticism in Colombia. "Instead of bringing flowers to Pablo Escobar's tomb, this guy should have brought flowers to the graves of all the victims killed by drug trafficking, like any normal person would have done," Mayor Federico Gutierrez told Colombia's Blu Radio.


Wiz Khalifa and Pablo Escobar: a Colombian controversy

Wiz Khalifa and Pablo Escobar: a Colombian controversy The American rapper Wiz Khalifa received a tongue-lashing from the mayor of Medellin, Colombia on Monday for visiting the grave of the city's most infamous son, the drug lord Pablo Escobar. The "See You Again" artist left flowers and a joint at Escobar's tomb in Medellin on Friday, publishing photos of the homage on Instagram -- and drawing a firestorm of criticism in Colombia. "Instead of bringing flowers to Pablo Escobar's tomb, this guy should have brought flowers to the graves of all the victims killed by drug trafficking, like any normal person would have done," Mayor Federico Gutierrez told Colombia's Blu Radio.


Woman Once Victimized by Teacher Weighs In on Missing Student Case: 'She Has Been Taken Advantage Of'

Woman Once Victimized by Teacher Weighs In on Missing Student Case: 'She Has Been Taken Advantage Of' Jenny Kutner had a sexual relationship with her history teacher when she was just 14.


Woman Once Victimized by Teacher Weighs In on Missing Student Case: 'She Has Been Taken Advantage Of'

Woman Once Victimized by Teacher Weighs In on Missing Student Case: 'She Has Been Taken Advantage Of' Jenny Kutner had a sexual relationship with her history teacher when she was just 14.


Trump To Sign Executive Order To Dismantle Clean Power Plan

Trump To Sign Executive Order To Dismantle Clean Power Plan President Donald Trump is set to sign an executive order regarding the Clean Power Plan.


AG Sessions says sanctuary cities will lose federal funding

AG Sessions says sanctuary cities will lose federal funding ABC News' Amna Nawaz, Rebecca Jarvis and Rick Klein discuss AG Sessions' statement on sanctuary cities losing federal funding if they continue to ignore federal law.


Venezuela seeks to stymie OAS meeting, vows 'severe' response

Venezuela seeks to stymie OAS meeting, vows 'severe' response By Diego Oré and Lesley Wroughton CARACAS/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Venezuela called on Monday for the suspension of an Organization of American States meeting intended to air regional concerns over the OPEC nation's economic crisis and democratic standards. The Washington-based OAS is due to debate Venezuela on Tuesday after its secretary-general, Luis Almagro, said the country should be suspended from the regional bloc if it does not hold elections. Last week, 14 nations urged elections and freedom of jailed opponents of President Nicolas Maduro's socialist government, turning up the pressure after authorities thwarted a referendum on him last year and postponed local polls.


Gold coin worth $4 million stolen from Berlin museum

Gold coin worth $4 million stolen from Berlin museum A Canadian gold coin named "Big Maple Leaf" which bears the image of Queen Elizabeth II was stolen in the early hours of Monday morning from Berlin's Bode Museum. Given the high purity of the gold used in the coin, its material value is estimated to be $4 million. The museum said on its website that the coin was issued by the Royal Canadian Mint in 2007 and that it was featured in the Guinness Book of Records for its "unmatched" degree of purity.


Man Gets 'Pantsed' by Fence While Trying to Escape During Alleged Burglary

Man Gets 'Pantsed' by Fence While Trying to Escape During Alleged Burglary The suspect has since been arrested, according to reports.


Man Gets 'Pantsed' by Fence While Trying to Escape During Alleged Burglary

Man Gets 'Pantsed' by Fence While Trying to Escape During Alleged Burglary The suspect has since been arrested, according to reports.


Qatar Airways chief says laptop ban not designed to hurt Gulf carriers

Qatar Airways chief says laptop ban not designed to hurt Gulf carriers By Tom Finn LONDON (Reuters) - Qatar Airways' chief executive said on Monday he did not believe the ban on carrying most electronics in the cabins of passenger flights to the United States from eight Muslim majority countries was designed to hurt Gulf airlines. The U.S. introduced new security measures on March 25 banning electronics larger than a mobile phone from passenger cabins on direct flights to the U.S. from 10 airports in the Middle East, North Africa and Turkey, including Qatar.


Qatar Airways chief says laptop ban not designed to hurt Gulf carriers

Qatar Airways chief says laptop ban not designed to hurt Gulf carriers By Tom Finn LONDON (Reuters) - Qatar Airways' chief executive said on Monday he did not believe the ban on carrying most electronics in the cabins of passenger flights to the United States from eight Muslim majority countries was designed to hurt Gulf airlines. The U.S. introduced new security measures on March 25 banning electronics larger than a mobile phone from passenger cabins on direct flights to the U.S. from 10 airports in the Middle East, North Africa and Turkey, including Qatar.


Jordan FM: Arab world 'realizes urgency' of tackling crises

Jordan FM: Arab world 'realizes urgency' of tackling crises DEAD SEA, Jordan (AP) — Arab leaders "realize the urgency" of tackling long-running regional crises, from war to high unemployment, Jordan's foreign minister said Monday after chairing a meeting of his counterparts from the region.


Driver Shoots, Kills Police Officer In Oklahoma

Driver Shoots, Kills Police Officer In Oklahoma Police said the driver fled Officer Justin Terney began checking with dispatchers to see if there were any outstanding warrants.


Trump Is The Least-Approved New President In History

Trump Is The Least-Approved New President In History The majority of those betting on Trump's presidency say he'll be kicked out before the end of his first term.


iOS 10.3 Release: New Features, Updates To Apps

iOS 10.3 Release: New Features, Updates To Apps The newest iOS, iOS 10.3, includes features to find your iPods, a new apple file system (apfs) and the ability to block some review popups.


Android co-founder gives us a first look at his secretive new smartphone

Android co-founder gives us a first look at his secretive new smartphone Andy Rubin, one of the co-founders of Android and a man who will never have to buy a drink in a bar full of developers, is working on something new. His company Essential is known to be working on a premium new smartphone to challenge the iPhone 8 and Galaxy S8, and in a photo published to Twitter today, we got our first look at the device. https://twitter.com/Arubin/status/846396881668210688 From the photo that Rubin posted, we can tell a couple of important details about the upcoming device. Firstly, it's following the trend of premium smartphones in 2017 and putting major focus on removing bezel. Just from seeing the top-right corner, we can tell that there's very little bezel on the top or sides, with the screen extending virtually to the edge of the device. It also looks a lot like it's running a skinned version of Android, as the notification area and clock in the top-right looks exactly like every other Android phone. There's a physical button of some kind along the right-hand side, and beyond that, we know nothing. It's an almost impossibly tall order for a startup to build a high-end smartphone to challenge the best of Samsung and Apple these days. Between the size of the R&D teams, existing agreements with retail stores and cell carriers, and brand loyalty, it's not just a matter of building a phone that can compete with the Galaxy S8. It needs to be better and ideally cheaper than whatever Samsung can offer, but if anyone can pull it off, it's probably the guy who brought us Android.


White House Rejects Claims Trump Gave Merkel Fake $376 Billion ‘Bill’ For NATO Payments

White House Rejects Claims Trump Gave Merkel Fake $376 Billion ‘Bill’ For NATO Payments Because Trump and Merkel’s meeting went so smoothly otherwise.


The 8 best new features Apple added to your iPhone in iOS 10.3

The 8 best new features Apple added to your iPhone in iOS 10.3

After releasing roughly 437 different iOS 10.3 betas to developers over the past few weeks alone, Apple has finally released iOS 10.3 to the public. The new mobile software is available as an over the air (OTA) download or as a download through iTunes on a Mac or Windows PC, and it's compatible with 19 different Apple devices dating as far back as the iPhone 5, 4th-generation iPad, iPad mini 2, and the 6th-generation iPod touch.

Should you be excited? Should you rush to download and install iOS 10.3 on your iPhone or iPad as soon as possible? In this post, we'll run through all of the top new features Apple introduced in iOS 10.3.

Find My AirPods: The most talked-about new feature in iOS 10.3 is Find My AirPods, which obviously only matters if you own a pair of Apple's hot new AirPods. They're still next to impossible to find in Apple stores, so Amazon is really your only hope if you want AirPods anytime soon.

There's now a new option in the Find My iPhone app that can track down your AirPods, but it's nowhere near as accurate or as useful as it is for iPhones and iPads since AirPods don't have a GPS radio or the ability to connect to any networks. Instead, this is basically a log that will show you the last location where your iPhone was connected to your AirPods.

If you forget your AirPods somewhere, this nifty new feature could definitely help you find them. If you haven't connected to them in a while or if they're stolen, you're pretty much out of luck.

App Transition Animations: You might not even notice this one, but Apple made a subtle change to the transition animations that are shown as apps open and close in iOS 10.3. They now have slightly more rounded edges, which is definitely not a big deal. But they also seem to move a bit faster, which is a big deal since it speeds up the interface a bit.

Weather in Maps: In the Maps app, users can now 3D Touch the weather icon to see a local forecast for the area.

Apple ID Profile: There is now a new Apple ID profile section in the Settings app that you'll see at the very top of the first screen. It gives you access to a single page where you'll find your full contact profile, security settings, payment information, iCloud account details, App Store settings, Family Sharing settings and a bit more.

Also of note, this page displays every Apple device where you're currently signed in.

iCloud Storage: You'll now find a new section at the top of your iCloud settings page with a breakdown of how your iCloud storage is being used.

New File System: This is a big one, though it takes place completely behind the scenes so you won't even realize it's happening. Installing iOS 10.3 will automatically update your iPhone or iPad to use Apple File System (APFS) instead of HFS+. APFS is better optimized for NAND flash storage so files can be accessed more quickly, and it also supports stronger encryption.

Voice Call Continuity for Verizon: This is obviously a new feature that will only be appreciated by Verizon Wireless subscribers, but iCloud calling features are now finally supported if you use Verizon. That means you can make or receive voice calls on your Mac, iPad, iPod touch, and Apple Watch.

Podcasts Widget: You know that widgets panel you never use? There's a new Podcasts widget available now (it's actually a pretty cool addition for podcast fans).


2018 Subaru Ascent: Return of the Seven-Seat Subie

2018 Subaru Ascent: Return of the Seven-Seat Subie Among its portfolio of family-friendly hatchbacks and wagons, Subaru adds a seven-passenger crossover.


2018 Buick Regal: A Buick We're Genuinely Excited For

2018 Buick Regal: A Buick We're Genuinely Excited For It could pack up to 300 horses and offer torque-vectoring all-wheel drive.


The Gross Reason You Need to Deep Clean Your Dishwasher Once a Year

The Gross Reason You Need to Deep Clean Your Dishwasher Once a Year Spring cleaning season is here!


The Gross Reason You Need to Deep Clean Your Dishwasher Once a Year

The Gross Reason You Need to Deep Clean Your Dishwasher Once a Year Spring cleaning season is here!


Musk Says Next-Gen Tesla Roadster Will Be Quicker Than Model S P100D

Musk Says Next-Gen Tesla Roadster Will Be Quicker Than Model S P100D The Tesla CEO also tweeted out new details on the upcoming, affordable Model 3 sedan.