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Trump hints at payback for 'evil' enemies

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption Trump on Mueller probe: 'We can never let this happen again'. President Donald Trump says his enemies who did "evil" and "treasonous things" will be under scrutiny after he was absolved of colluding with Russia. Speaking in the Oval Office, he said no other president should have to be investigated over "a false narrative". He spoke a day after the attorney general released a summary of ... Full story

Apple launches its own credit card and TV shows News

Image caption The physical version of the card is made of titanium and does not have a card number or signature space on it. Apple has announced that it is launching its own credit card, Apple Card. There will be both an iPhone and physical version which will launch in the US in the summer, the firm said. The iPhone version includes a 2% cashback incentive on each purchase, has no late fees, annual fees or international fees, said Apple Pay VP ... Full story

Russians Hope Mueller Report Opens Door to Improved U.S. Ties

Some Russians crowed over the investigation not finding collusion by the Trump campaign. But the report’s focus on election interference tempered hopes for better relations. Full story

Apple launches Apple Arcade game subscription for iOS, Mac, and Apple TV

Apple is unveiling a new Apple Arcade game subscription service today at the company’s “show time” event. Unlike cloud gaming services from competitors like Sony, Microsoft, Google, and Nvidia, Apple’s gaming subscription isn’t designed to stream games to iOS devices. Instead, it’s a subscription game service for titles that can be installed from the App Store. Apple Arcade will be available on mobile, desktop, and the living room. More than 1 ... Full story

All the News, as It Happens | WIRED

On Monday morning, Apple hosts an event to outline plans for its news distribution and media streaming services. Our live coverage starts at 9 am Pacific. Full story

#FairyXiuminDay trends worldwide for EXO Xiumin's birthday!

It's Xiumin 's birthday! The oldest member EXO was born on March 26, 1990. In celebration of his 29th birthday, EXO-Ls all across the globe are sending many congrats with #FairyXiuminDay tweets. And thanks to their immense love, the hashtag has quickly become a worldwide trend. You can check out some of the sweet b-day tweets for the idol star below. Happy Birthday, Xiumin! Full story

Wheelchair user refused nightclub entry as music 'too rowdy'

A wheelchair user said she was refused entry to a nightclub by a bouncer who said the music was "too rowdy" for her. Lucy Webster, 24, a BBC journalist, tried to get into Aquum - a wheelchair-accessible club in south-west London - on Saturday night. After first being told by door staff that it was not safe, she was then told that the music was not suitable. Aquum said it "deeply apologises" for what would seem to be an "error of judgement" by ... Full story

Could an ancient Greek have predicted a US-China conflict?

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption US v China: What can we learn from an ancient Greek? Not so long ago, China's rise was seen as essentially benign. A growing economy, it was thought, would go hand-in-hand with a liberalising political system. China was, to use the phrase favoured by US experts, becoming a responsible global stakeholder. But today China is increasingly viewed as a threat. Indeed, many fear that rivalry ... Full story

Apple is launching a virtual credit card

The rumors were true -- Apple is releasing its own credit card. Apple Card promises to make the most of the company's privacy, simplicity and (of course) integration with your iPhone. You can sign up for the Goldman Sachs-backed virtual card directly from your device, and it'll appear in an updated version of the Wallet app that can show your latest bills, transactions and spending history. Full story

No conspiracy or coordination. But lots of Trump-Russia ties and lies.

Attorney General William P. Barr. (Bonnie Jo Mount/The Washington Post). For nearly two years, President Trump and his partisans vilified special counsel Robert S. Mueller III as the leader of “ 13 angry Democrats ” engaged in a “ witch hunt ” against the president. It shows how wrong they were that, after a summary of Mueller’s report was sent by Attorney General William P. Barr to Congress, Trump was able to proclaim : “No Collusion, No ... Full story