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GOP candidate allegedly body-slammed a reporter on election eve — and the audio is insane -

GOP candidate allegedly body-slammed a reporter on election eve — and the audio is insaneSo 2017 has reached a new low. On the eve of Montana's special election, Guardian political reporter Ben Jacobs reported that Republican candidate Greg Gianforte body-slammed him at Gianforte's campaign headquarters in Bozeman. Greg Gianforte just body slammed me and broke my glasses — Ben Jacobs (@Bencjacobs) May 24, 2017 Audio of the incident was recorded, which we've embedded above. On it, Gianforte can be heard screaming at Jacobs to "get the hell out of here" after a scuffle. "You just body-slammed me," Jacobs then says. Jacobs reported the incident to the police, who are investigating the alleged assault, and he sought medical attention. Last month, Jacobs broke a story about Gianforte's ties to U.S.-sanctioned Russian companies. For those seeking updates, just spoke with Ben. He is currently seeking medical attention and getting an X-ray on his elbow. — Sabrina Siddiqui (@SabrinaSiddiqui) May 25, 2017 Gianforte's spokesperson released a statement shortly after the news broke, effectively denying Jacobs' account. "It's unfortunate that this aggressive behavior from a liberal journalist created this scene at our campaign volunteer BBQ," it read. Gianforte's statement: — Kyle Cheney (@kyledcheney) May 25, 2017 President Trump and Vice President Pence have both recorded robocalls endorsing Gianforte and Donald Trump Jr. has joined him on the campaign trail. Republican congressional candidate Greg Gianforte is buddies with Donald Trump Jr.Image: AP/REX/ShutterstockGianforte's Wikipedia page offers some interesting details about his beliefs on retirement, politics, religion and evolution. Changes to his page have been coming in fast and already include the alleged assault on Jacobs. "There's nothing in the Bible that talks about retirement. And yet it's been an accepted concept in our culture today," Gianforte, who made millions in the software business, said while speaking at the Montana Bible College. "Nowhere does it say, 'Well, he was a good and faithful servant, so he went to the beach.'" @jswatz @yashar The worst parts of his Wikipedia are true... — Mr. Cara Patricia (@CaraPatricia) May 25, 2017 Edit wars have broken out on Greg Gianforte's Wikipedia page. — John Schwartz (@jswatz) May 25, 2017 Gianforte wants the open MT seat. This reporter exposed his Russian ties. Voters should body slam Gianforte at the ballot box Thurs. #Quist — George Takei (@GeorgeTakei) May 25, 2017 Gianforte is hoping to fill the congressional seat vacated by Ryan Zinke, who was tapped as U.S. Secretary of the Interior earlier this year.  His opponent, Democrat and political newcomer Rob Quist, has of late closed the gap between himself and the frontrunner, tightening a race that should be a lock for Republicans. Polls close at 8 p.m. local time. WATCH: These worms may solve the plastic waste problem

Wed, 24 May 2017 20:55:42 -0400

The Latest: Reporter alleges attack by Montana GOP hopeful -

The Latest: Reporter alleges attack by Montana GOP hopefulHELENA, Mont. (AP) — The Latest on assault allegations against Republican congressional candidate Greg Gianforte (all times local):

Wed, 24 May 2017 20:48:01 -0400

'Joker' lookalike arrested for pointing loaded gun at drivers -

'Joker' lookalike arrested for pointing loaded gun at driversPolice arrested Lawrence Patrick Sullivan, a 29-year-old who looks similar to the Joker villain from "Batman."

Wed, 24 May 2017 16:33:09 -0400

Tangerine hair is a great way to prove you're ready for summer -

Tangerine hair is a great way to prove you're ready for summerIs this hair orange? Yes. Is it orange hair? No. It's tangerine hair, and it's a nice new color trend popping up on Instagram. The pastel-y, citrus-y shades will probably cost you a while in the stylist's chair — per Glamour, about four hours — but if you love Creamsicles and are sick of rose gold, they're a delightful option for summertime. SEE ALSO: Hidden rainbow hair makes a bold trend safe for any office Bonus: You get to look like Leeloo from The Fifth Element, but without the damaging Born Sexy Yesterday trope! Imagine the 'grams you could 'gram, y'all. Check out a few tangerine-haired trendsetters below. A post shared by Formerly @ColorByKristin (@hairbykristingrip) on Apr 19, 2017 at 9:23pm PDT A post shared by Seattle, WA Stylist / Keri S. (@hairlizard) on Apr 23, 2017 at 10:32am PDT A post shared by Chrome Salon & Blowout Bar (@chromesalonsf) on Apr 1, 2017 at 7:44pm PDT A post shared by Formerly @ColorByKristin (@hairbykristingrip) on May 22, 2017 at 4:38pm PDT A post shared by Annie Bone (@mostlyjustannie) on May 23, 2017 at 11:32am PDT WATCH: Forget pottery class, 3D printing glass is so much cooler

Wed, 24 May 2017 15:38:36 -0400

Forget the iPhone 8: micro-LED screens could power Apple’s future -

Forget the iPhone 8: micro-LED screens could power Apple’s future

It's no secret that Apple in recent years has started devoting more and more R&D resources towards researching next-gen display technologies. In 2015, for example, Apple opened up a semi-secretive research lab in Taiwan where a team of 50+ engineers and scientists are tasked with exploring advanced display technologies that would allow Apple to release products with thinner, lighter, and of course, more energy efficient displays.

Looking ahead, it's widely believed that Apple's upcoming iPhone 8 will be the first iPhone model to incorporate an OLED display. Still, it shouldn't come as much of a surprise that Apple is already looking beyond OLED towards the next big thing. To that end, a new report from Digitimes relays that Apple recently ordered a batch of Micro LED screens for testing in future products. According to the report, Apple may begin trial production on devices with Micro LED displays as soon as this year, though it's possible trial production might be pushed back to 2018.

"Apple has been keen in the development of micro LED technology following its acquisition of LuxVue in 2014," the report reads, "and recent market speculations also indicate that Apple is likely to crank out a small volume of micro LED display products from its plant in Taoyuan, northern Taiwan at the end of the year."

As for why Apple is interested in micro LED technology, the displays are said to be significantly brighter and far more energy efficient than current OLED display technology. And as smartphones seemingly take on heavier tasks with each passing year, the need for displays that consume less power becomes more and more of a strategic advantage.

Interestingly enough, Kleiner Perkins partner John Doerr, while speaking about the Micro LED technology Apple picked up when it acquired LuxVue, intimated a few years ago that the technology represents a "technical breakthrough in displays."

As it stands now, there are challenges associated with building large Micro LED displays, which is to say you shouldn't expect it to be a feature on Apple's line of MacBooks anytime soon. As for the iPhone, well, Samsung and Apple reportedly have a deal for OLED displays that runs through the iPhone 9, so we may have to wait a bit before Micro LED displays on smartphones becomes a reality as well.

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