Here’s Your First Look at the Satin Air Jordan 1 “Royal”

Last year Jordan Brand dropped a special Satin Air Jordan 1 “Banned” — limited to 500 units — following the release of the “Banned” Air Jordan 1. Now it appears JB has another satin set on the way, as here we get our first look at the Satin Air Jordan 1 “Royal.”

Courtesy of social media, we get a glimpse at the highly-coveted kicks, which are believed to be worn by Senior Jordan Brand Design Director Gemo Wong at Agenda in Las Vegas.

Apple Shares Four New ‘One Night on iPhone 7′ Ads Shot in New York, Johannesburg, Shanghai and Tokyo

As part of its ongoing “Shot on iPhone” advertising campaign highlighting the iPhone’s camera, Apple today uploaded four videos that belong to its new “One Night” series.



Each of the 15 second ads features a compilation of photos and videos captured on a single night in New York, Johannesburg, Shanghai, and Tokyo and set to music.



















Designed to showcase the low-light capabilities of the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus, all of the photos and videos in the One Night campaign were taken on November 5, 2016 in different places around the world.



Last week, Apple uploaded a one minute compilation video featuring much of the same footage, but today’s videos show more of the individual photos and videos taken in each different location.



Though only four locations are shown in the videos uploaded today, the One Night ad campaign features images and videos taken by 16 photographers across 15 cities on six continents. Apple is also using the photographs as part of a “One Night” print and billboard campaign that’s being showcased in 25 countries around the world.

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GloZell Green Reveals Surrogate Will Miscarry The YouTube Star’s Second Child

GloZell Green hasn’t had the best luck conceiving — but when her surrogate Shawna Johnson got pregnant with the YouTube star’s second child, she was hopeful to give her daughter (born via Johnson in August) O’Zell Gloriana De Green Simon a sibling.

In a new video posted on Monday, the 44-year-old revealed seven-weeks-pregnant Johnson will unfortunately suffer a miscarriage.

The social media star — who has already gone through nine rounds of IVF — said:

“We found out that the baby is not going to make it. Shawna will be having a miscarriage. That’s the crazy part about this now — [we're] waiting. [We're] waiting on this to happen.”

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From the beginning of the pregnancy, Johnson (who is a married mother of two) was struggling with “low positive” numbers:

“Whatever these numbers are – these blasted numbers – they just never got higher. Shawna was going in every two days and getting blood tested.”

GloZell added of the inevitable outcome:

“It was a matter of her health because eventually she would have to pass what was growing inside of her and the medication is stopping her from doing that.”

Although Miz Green previously said this would be her last attempt — Johnson isn’t quite ready to give up:

“Shawna sent me a text. She said, ‘Well, I know you said you don’t want to do this again and you won’t do this again, but I’m willing to do it again.’ If she’s willing to do that then so am I.”

So for this 10th round of IVF, Glo says she’s gonna do whatever it takes to make sure she’s as healthy as possible:

“I am willing to do that even harder and for a longer period of time. Also, controlling my diet because I was doing all that, but still eating 12 cupcakes a day.”

Watch GloZell’s open up about the sad news (below):

Best of luck!!!

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This Is the World’s First Fully-Manned Hoverbike

Russian startup Hoversurf has unveiled the first commercial hoverbike. The Scorpion-3 is in turn a fully-manned quadcopter that could quite possibly be the future of hover vehicles.

Scorpion-3 is electric-powered, featuring a motorcycle seat and quadcopter drone technology, ultimately drawing inspiration from a compact dirt bike in terms of size and shape.

Capable of reaching heights up to 10 meters, the hoverbike is built with both professional and amateur navigators in mind. Manual and automatic control options are present, all while the vehicle is outfitted with a safety system powered by state of the art flight controllers, special logical programing, and computer-aided speed and altitude limiting.

Lastly, the Scorpion-3 can travel up to roughly 50 kilometers per hour, while carrying up to 120 kilograms.

For a look at the innovative hoverbike in action, press play above.

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Plane crashes into Melbourne shopping centre

Plane had five people on board when it crashed into a factory outlet centre near Essendon airport on Tuesday morning

A plane has crashed into a shopping centre near Essendon airport in Melbourne.

The light aircraft crashed into the DFO shopping centre at Essendon and exploded about 9am on Tuesday.

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President Trump Names Army Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster National Security Adviser

PALM BEACH, Fla. (CBSNewYork/AP) — Trump announced the pick Monday at his Palm Beach club, Mar-a-Lago. He says McMaster is “a man of tremendous talent and tremendous experience.”

Trump says retired Army Lt. Gen. Keith Kellogg, who had been his acting adviser, will now serve as the National Security Council chief of staff.

“I would just like to say what a privilege  it is to be able continue serving our nation, I’m grateful to you for that opportunity and I look forward to joining the national security team for the chance to advance and protect the interests of the American people,” McMaster said.

The move comes after the president spent the weekend interviewing candidates in Palm Beach, Florida.

McMaster replaces general Michael Flynn, who was fired for concealing information from Vice President Mike Pence over a conversation with the Russian ambassador about sanctions with Russia.

“I was disappointed to learn that the facts that have been conveyed to me by General Flynn were inaccurate,” Pence said. “But we honor General Flynn’s long service to the United States of America and I fully support the president’s decision to ask for his resignation.”

In a resignation letter, Flynn said he gave Pence and others “incomplete information” about his calls with Russia’s ambassador to the U.S. The vice president, apparently relying on information from Flynn, initially said the national security adviser had not discussed sanctions with the Russian envoy, though Flynn later conceded the issue may have come up.

In the letter, he also blamed “the fast pace of events” during the presidential transition for causing him to “inadvertently leave out key details of phone calls with the Russian ambassador prior to inauguration.”

White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said there was “exhaustive and extensive questioning” of Flynn on multiple occasions over his conversations with Russia’s ambassador to the U.S., and the Justice Department informed the White House on Jan. 26 about Flynn’s conversations during the transition.

Over the weekend, Trump also defended his plan to ban travel from seven majority countries, CBS2’s Dick Brennan reported.

The new order is expected to be unveiled this week. Citizens from the seven countries will still be banned from coming to America, but the new order will make it clear it exempts green card holders and travelers already en route to the United States when the order is issued.

The White House is also considering new guidelines from the Department of Homeland Security to aggressively detain and deport undocumented immigrants already living in the country. The guidelines would expand the priority list for immigrants marked for immediate removal, including those charged with a crime, and would direct for the immediate construction of a wall on the southern border.

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