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'We want to just fight': Democrats' attempt to condemn Trump's racist tweets through House resolution delayed
'We want to just fight': Democrats' attempt to condemn Trump's racist tweets through House resolution delayedThe House had to halt proceedings for about an hour after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called the comments “racist” and a top Republican asked the comments be taken down.       

House GOP leaders refuse to condemn Donald Trump's racist tweets, say the uproar is 'all about politics'
House GOP leaders refuse to condemn Donald Trump's racist tweets, say the uproar is 'all about politics'House GOP leaders declined to condemn Donald Trump's racist remarks urging Democratic congresswomen to "go back" to where they came from.       

MS-13 gang members indicted after 'medieval-style' killing spree in Los Angeles
MS-13 gang members indicted after 'medieval-style' killing spree in Los AngelesFederal racketeering, murder and other charges were filed against 22 alleged MS-13 gang members linked to a series of grisly killings in Los Angeles.       

Emmy snubs: George Clooney, Julia Roberts, Emma Stone left out of nominations
Emmy snubs: George Clooney, Julia Roberts, Emma Stone left out of nominationsPlenty of A-listers were shut out of Tuesday's Emmy nominations, while "Game of Thrones" and "Barry" predictably dominated.       

Planned Parenthood president Leana Wen says she was removed after 'secret meeting'
Planned Parenthood president Leana Wen says she was removed after 'secret meeting'Planned Parenthood president Leana Wen says she was removed from her role due to "philosophical differences" with the board of the reproductive giant.       

The only Prime Day deals actually worth your money
The only Prime Day deals actually worth your moneyThis year's Prime Day already has more impressive deals than any Prime Day yet.       

R. Kelly denied bond at hearing on sex-crime indictments, will stay in jail
R. Kelly denied bond at hearing on sex-crime indictments, will stay in jailR. Kelly will stay locked up on federal sex-crime charges after he was denied bond at an arraignment hearing in Chicago.       

Man charged in murder of activist Sadie Roberts-Joseph, 75, found dead in a car's trunk
Man charged in murder of activist Sadie Roberts-Joseph, 75, found dead in a car's trunkRonn Bell, 38, was arrested and charged Tuesday with first-degree murder for Sadie Roberts-Joseph's death.       

Grisly details emerge in death of US scientist Suzanne Eaton in Greece
Grisly details emerge in death of US scientist Suzanne Eaton in GreeceA local resident of Crete was charged with murder after admitting he assaulted an American scientist who disappeared on the Greek island, police said.       

'Dangerous': Air Force responds to plans to 'storm Area 51' and 'see them aliens'
'Dangerous': Air Force responds to plans to 'storm Area 51' and 'see them aliens'As more than a million people on Facebook say they're "going" to a joke event to "storm Area 51," the U.S. military has responded to the plans.       

Mitch McConnell declines to single out Trump over racist tweets; says 'all of us' should tone down rhetoric
Mitch McConnell declines to single out Trump over racist tweets; says 'all of us' should tone down rhetoricSenate GOP Leader Mitch McConnell joined most other Republicans on Capitol Hill Tuesday in refusing to single out Trump's behavior and rhetoric as racist.       

Tiger Woods jokes Brooks Koepka hasn't been so helpful for British Open prep
Tiger Woods jokes Brooks Koepka hasn't been so helpful for British Open prepTiger Woods joked he was snubbed by Brooks Koepka when he asked the world No. 1 for player to play a practice round at British Open.       

Verizon has the fastest and best mobile network, study shows
Verizon has the fastest and best mobile network, study showsVerizon wears crown for having fastest and most reliable mobile network, a study shows. Meanwhile, Verizon delivered the fastest downloads in Dayton.       

Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin recalls first moments on the moon on 50th anniversary of mission
Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin recalls first moments on the moon on 50th anniversary of mission"To me, it was the dream we had all signed up to chase, what we had imagined, worked and trained for, the apex of national service to a country we unabashedly loved," Buzz Aldrin said.       

What first-hand government reports say about conditions at migrant detention centers
What first-hand government reports say about conditions at migrant detention centersUSA TODAY assembled accounts from government officials as well as pediatricians who have toured border facilities. Here's what they said.       

Bianca Devins lost her life at the hands of 'someone her family trusted'
Bianca Devins lost her life at the hands of 'someone her family trusted'Brandon Clark, 21, was charged late Monday with second-degree murder in the death of Bianca Devins, 17.       


DesktopLinux.com acquired ...
DesktopLinux.com's publisher, Ziff-Davis Enterprise, has been acquired by a Californian company -- as yet undisclosed, but rumored to be Foster City-based QuinStreet. Future plans for the site have not yet been announced ... At this point, the future of DesktopLinux.com is uncertain. What we can say

Red Hat unveils 10-year support plan
Red Hat has extended the life cycle of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 5 and 6 from seven to 10 years, with RHEL 6 now supported through 2020. Meanwhile, Linux kernel maintainer Greg Kroah-Hartman left Red Hat rival SUSE to join the Linux Foundation as a fellow.

KDE 4.8 adds adaptive power management, new windowing tricks
Version 4.8 of the KDE desktop environment and software bundle was released, featuring improved, adaptive power management and new windowing layouts. KDE 4.8 is also faster and more stable, and offers new features like Qt Quick-based Plasma widgets and the KDE Telepathy IM framework, says the community.

Ubuntu 12.10 will bypass menus via predictive search
Canonical unveiled a search-oriented Head-Up Display (HUD) interface that will debut in Ubuntu 12.04. Aiming to reduce dependence on menus and eventually replace them with the help of gesture and voice interactions, HUD could find its way into future versions of Ubuntu designed for smartphones and TVs.

Red Hat, Ubuntu, and Arch Linux patch Linux kernel exploit
Canonical, Red Hat, and Arch Linux have released patches that fix a vulnerability in Linux kernels 2.6.39 and above that enable attackers to gain system root access. The distro patches followed a kernel patch to fix the vulnerability, but proof-of-concept exploit code examples have already been posted.

'Cinnamon' GNOME 3 fork now 'fully stable' with version 1.2
The Linux Mint team announced a "fully stable" version of its "Cinnamon" fork of GNOME 3.x. Available for several major Linux distributions, Cinnamon 1.2 is more customizable than GNOME 3.x, restores much of the GNOME 2.x interface, and adds features such as desktop effects and layout options.

Linux gains share on enterprise servers -- and desktops, too
Linux jumped to 1.4 percent desktop market share from 0.97 percent in July, according to Net Applications. Meanwhile, a Linux Foundation survey on enterprise Linux says 79.8 percent of organizations are planning to increase their Linux deployments, citing affordability, technical features, and security as Linux advantages.

Linux Foundation tips 2012 schedule, sends LinuxCon to San Diego
The Linux Foundation posted a calendar of its 2012 conferences. These include the Linux Kernel Summit, which will be held Aug. 26-28 in San Diego, where it will be co-located with the larger LinuxCon North America event and the Linux Plumbers Conference, both held Aug. 29-31.

Linux 3.2 goes bigtime on file systems, improves thin provisioning
Linus Torvalds announced the release of the Linux 3.2 kernel, featuring file-system enhancements such as support for Ext4 block sizes up to 1MB, and faster Btrfs scrubbing. Linux 3.2 also adds some process scheduler improvements, better thin provisioning support, and new Wi-Fi, graphics, and DSP drivers.

CentOS and Oracle release their Red Hat 6.2 clones
A week after releasing CentOS 6.1, the CentOS project launched version 6.2 of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) clone, while Oracle released its own RHEL 6.2 variant with Oracle Linux 6.2. Meanwhile, Red Hat unveiled a beta of RHEL 5.8, and announced strong third-quarter earnings.

CentOS turns 6.1, still trails Red Hat by a lap
CentOS 6.1 has arrived to bring the features of Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.1 to those who can live without a Red Hat subscription. CentOS 6.1 offers non-proprietary improvements found in RHEL 6.1, including virtualization performance optimizations, enhanced development tools, and some YUM package management enhancements.

How to replace Ubuntu 11.10's Unity desktop with good ol' GNOME
Ubuntu users who dislike the Unity desktop environment have other alternatives besides sticking with "Maverick Meerkat" or jumping ship to another distro. An illustrated DeviceGuru tutorial shows how to load the GNOME Fallback mode on Ubuntu 11.10 and configure it to provide a GNOME 2.x-like experience.

Red Hat 6.2 scales up on multicore platforms
Red Hat revised its enterprise-focused Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) distribution with claims for greater performance and scalability on multicore platforms. RHEL 6.2 also offers enhancements in resource management, high availability, storage and file system performance, and identity management, says the company.

Linux Mint 12 ships as distro's popularity soars
The Mint project released the final Linux Mint 12 ("Lisa"), which offers "MGSE" extensions to GNOME 3.2 that let users create a more GNOME 2.3x-like environment. Based on Ubuntu 11.10 and Linux 3.0, Linux Mint 12 features upgrades to Firefox 7.0, LibreOffice 3.4.3 and Thunderbird 7.0.1.

OpenSUSE 12.1 ships with GNOME 3.2, SystemD, Snapper, Go tools
The OpenSUSE project released OpenSUSE 12.1, featuring Linux 3.1, GNOME 3.2, KDE 4.7, plus support for KDE's "OwnCloud" cloud platform. OpenSUSE 12.1 introduces the SystemD configuration utility and Google's Go programming language, and integrates a Btrfs-based "Snapper" tool for rolling back system updates and configuration changes.

Linux Mint 12 RC1 adds GNOME 2.x-like extensions to GNOME 3.2
Linux Mint 12 ("Lisa") RC1 was released, based on Ubuntu 11.10 and Linux 3.0. RC1 offers GNOME 3.2 -- but augments it with "MGSE" extensions designed to let users customize a GNOME 2.3x-like desktop environment -- and Mint also supplies a GNOME 2.x clone called MATE.