Within the last few weeks, President Donald Trump had a room-sized "golf simulator" game installed at the White House, the Washington Post reports. Trump's room-sized "golf simulator" simply replaced a cheaper model installed by President Barack Obama. So one can imagine the torture that must come from having access to this wonderful machine - which allows the user to play a virtual round at the world's finest real and imagined courses - but simply not having the free time to use it.
The Post reported an unnamed White House official who said Mr Trump had not yet used the simulator. Trump paid for the simulator and its installation himself, according to the report. This is definitely okay, since Trump and Republicans constantly complained about Obama playing golf after Democrats mocked President George W. Bush for playing golf.
Apple iPhone sales fall by 20 percent
The industry is now counting on innovations such as foldable screens, 3D cameras and 5G-ready phones to revitalise the market. Oppo and Vivo are also ahead of Apple thanks to minor increases, while Xiaomi saw shipments fall by 35 per cent.
Golf courses have also been a signature part of Trump's career as an hotelier. Bill Clinton moved putting green to its current location and had it designed by golf course architect Robert Trent Jones Jr, according to the White House Museum.
But it started confidently and Tadic almost gave Ajax the lead, his 26th-minute shot hitting the post after beating Courtois. With an impending move to La Liga, Ten Hag said it was natural that De Jong would want to impress against Real .
Officers removed the driver from the vehicle, began rendering medical assistance and attempted lifesaving efforts on the driver. His older brother, Marc McCoy , told the Guardian: "There was no attempt to try to work out a peaceful solution".
After reluctantly climbing out of the auto , the Dutch youngster's first impressions of the RB15 were positive. Red Bull has revealed the first images of its RB15 for the 2019 F1 season in a dramatic "one-off livery".
Barba was initially arrested in Norfolk last October for allegedly selling or intending to sell 100 grams or more of heroin. In the indictment, authorities allege illicit narcotics were stored by the drug ring at an apartment in Norfolk.
Processes such as extrusion, hydrogenation and hydrolysis were devised to make food less perishable and more appetizing. For every 10 per cent increase, their chances of dying in the period of investigation...
He was arrested February 3 by ICE, which said he was born in the United Kingdom and was in the United States illegally. He was pictured posing with his mother, Heather Joseph, as they prepared to board a private jet.
Natarajan, world record holder of debates wins, joined IBM's Project Debater AI last Monday at the company's Think conference. Aharonov believed that would make the technology underpinning Project Debater attractive to enterprises.
They include video of the Tiananmen Square protest and pictures comparing President Xi Jinping to the portly Winnie the Pooh. Some media later suggested that the investment created "a great deal of confusion", as Reddit is now blocked in China.
First, the good news - you can pick one up at Walmart for just $39.99 , the lowest price we've ever seen on the retro system. That much is now unknown, but at the very least this story hints at Sony's reticence to the whole concept of cross-play.
Officials found he misused vehicles, but Long was not asked to resign, and he agreed to reimburse the government. Nielsen said Deputy Administrator Pete Gaynor will become acting FEMA administrator upon Long's departure.
World court to rule on Iran's billions frozen in US
The court also "finds that it has jurisdiction" in the case, Yusuf said at the end of an hour-long reading of the decision. A United States court ruled that the attack was carried out by an Iranian agent supported by the Hezbollah militant group.
US charges former top Apple lawyer with insider trading
Levoff did this not once, not twice but three times, according to the SEC in its civil lawsuit against the exec. The US Department of Justice also said Wednesday that it had charged Levoff with one count of securities fraud.
Liverpool defender Matip happy to give Klopp headache
Virgil Van Dijk is suspended for the first leg against Munich and Joe Gomez recovering from a fractured leg. They were huge wins for Jurgen Klopp's side as the team was growing into the devastating force they are now.
BHA gives green light for return to racing on Wednesday
Chief regulatory officer Brant Dunshea outlined the protocols for what the BHA has described as "risk-managed return" to racing. We are working with the Thoroughbred Breeders Association and wider Newmarket community to attempt to contain the issue'.
1.5M Ford pickups can downshift without warning
This action affects approximately 4,200 vehicles in the United States and federalized territories and approximately 150 in Canada. According to News4Jax sister station WDIV in Detroit , Ford has issued two other recalls affecting just over 31,000 vehicles.
China calls Pentagon report on space security unfounded
The report also includes a section on orbital debris as a significant concern and potential disruptor to future space operations. The treaty has been ratified by more than 100 countries including the United States, Russia , China, and North Korea.
Enes Kanter agrees to join Trail Blazers
The Blazers are 33-23, tied with the Houston Rockets for fourth in the Western Conference entering Wednesday's games. He was being pursued by a bevy of teams, including the Los Angeles Lakers .