UIS: The UIS Control Panel is an app that allows you to control your device’s power, battery and audio settings.
It is not just for home automation or controlling your smart home devices, but it is also useful for controlling your computer, smart TV and more.
The app has been updated to work with Apple TV and the Apple Watch and can also be used to control Apple TV devices.
Here’s how to use it:The app shows you the status of your device.
Tap on any of the settings to switch between them.
When you turn on your TV, the screen turns white with the UIS icon in the upper left corner.
Tap it to open up your settings.
Tap the menu button to select ‘UIS Settings’.
You can also choose to have it turn on and off automatically if you are connected to a power outlet or other source of electricity.
Once you have made the changes, the app will automatically start downloading your settings automatically.
The number of people filing for unemployment benefits in the U.N. agency’s official data, showing the sharpest increase since August 2013, continued to rise for the second consecutive month.
The number of claims rose by an annual rate of more than 5 percent in August from July, the U,N.
The U.K. also reported a jump in claims in August.
The latest monthly report from the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs shows that the U.,N.
office reported more than 10.7 million people had been displaced by violence in the month of August.
It also said the number of displaced people in Syria had risen to nearly 16.2 million, compared with 6.7.million in August last year.
The total number of claimants in the Syrian crisis rose by 1.9 million, to 1.96 million, from 2.2.
million in August 2014.
and Russia have been accused of arming Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s government in the months leading up to the civil war, which began in March 2011 with protests against his rule.
The administration of President Donald Trump has sought to distance itself from the U.-S.
support of the regime, and President Donald Tusk, the head of the European Union, has called for a diplomatic solution.
The Russian government said Friday that its air raids against militants in Syria, which started on Oct. 15, are not a violation of international law and will continue.
The Pentagon also said it would not be cutting back military spending in response to the Syrian conflict, even as it says Russia has increased its air campaign.
Unemployment in Hawaii fell to 6,946, the lowest level since February 2016, according to the Hawaii Department of Workforce Development.
The jobless rate, which was previously 6.5% and 4.9% in November, was the lowest in the state since February 2017.
“It’s a good sign for the economy,” said Jeffery Schoen, chief economist at the Washington, D.C.-based research firm CBPP.
“The labor market is recovering and people are starting to get back to work.”
The unemployment rate for the rest of the country stood at 6.9%.
The Labor Department said the rate for January fell to 5.3% from 5.6%.
It was the largest drop in four months.
Hawaii is a swing state that voted overwhelmingly for President Donald Trump in November.
Hawaii was one of the hardest hit by Hurricanes Irma and Maria in 2016.
The state has struggled to recover from the storms.
A total of 7,800 people have been laid off since February and unemployment rose to 10.1% in January, the highest in the country, according, the department.
Hawaii’s unemployment rate of 7.9 percent in January was below the national rate of 8.6% for February, according the Labor Department.
The unemployment for Hawaii’s non-Hispanic whites was at 6%, compared with the national unemployment rate at 11.1%.
Hawaii’s median income rose 3.1%, to $56,948, from $54,567 in January.
It was above the national median of $51,200.
Hawaii had the fourth-lowest poverty rate at 13.2%, according to a survey by the Economic Policy Institute, and the lowest unemployment rate among states in the Midwest at 8.5%.
Hawaii has seen a decline in its economy due to Hurricanes Irma, Maria and Tropical Storm Isaac, which ravaged parts of the state and devastated its tourism industry.
Hawaii has lost about 1.8 million jobs since the beginning of the year.
Women in America face discrimination in many areas of their lives, but the Trump Administration’s “war on woman” is killing them.
The war on women is the latest chapter in a decades-long effort to delegitimize women’s bodies and rights, to demonize women’s sexuality, and to marginalize them in all areas of American life, from politics to culture.
And that’s where we are today, says Gloria Steinem, author of The End of Men.
The War on WomenThe Trump administration has declared war on feminism and women’s rights.
They’ve cut back on reproductive rights, women’s access to healthcare, women in the military, and women in all walks of life.
The administration has used the courts to attack Planned Parenthood and other reproductive rights organizations, with a series of court rulings that have blocked Planned Parenthood clinics in some of the poorest communities in America, including Chicago, Texas, Kansas City, Missouri, and Oklahoma City.
They have tried to ban Planned Parenthood from participating in certain kinds of healthcare programs and have forced providers to close clinics, like the one in Texas that provides abortions, to keep them open.
Trump has attacked the Affordable Care Act, saying it was designed to make it more difficult for women to access health care.
He has called Planned Parenthood the “most pro-abortion group in America.”
He has threatened to shut down the nation’s largest abortion provider, and he has attacked Planned Parenthood for providing services to low-income women and women of color.
The Trump Administration has been at war with Planned Parenthood, and it is losing.
According to a new Pew Research Center poll, 73 percent of Americans support defunding Planned Parenthood.
A majority of Americans also want to see Planned Parenthood defunded, but only a majority of Republicans support that.
And a majority also want Planned Parenthood to receive federal funding, according to the poll.
The Administration is trying to undermine the health of women and the health care system in America.
In its latest attempt to defund Planned Parenthood’s services, the Trump White House released an executive order that would defund Planned Health, which provides nearly a quarter of all abortion services in the United States.
The executive order also threatens to close down Planned Parenthood in the states, while the Justice Department and Department of Health and Human Services are considering new actions to block clinics and hospitals from providing abortion services.
In fact, the executive order is so vague, that even Planned Parenthood has said that it does not know what the scope of the new threats are.
The Justice Department announced this week that it is going to take the lead on a legal challenge against the Trump Executive Order that is challenging the constitutionality of the federal health care law that President Donald Trump signed in March.
This lawsuit will challenge the president’s executive order and the Justice Departments interpretation of the law that it seeks to repeal.
The federal health insurance law provides women access to affordable health care services and provides health care to millions of women across the country.
It also provides health coverage to millions more men, who have a lower-than-average risk of having a pre-existing condition, including cancer and heart disease.
The American Health Care Act is a comprehensive and long-term effort to expand access to health care across the United State, with the goal of reducing the health disparities that exist in the health system, including in women’s health care and in the lives of low-wage workers, according the American Hospital Association.
The ACA has helped millions of Americans get health coverage through the exchanges and to receive discounted prices from providers.
Women and health care are critical to the American economy and its success, said Lisa L. Sosnik, president and CEO of Planned Parenthood Federation of America.
But the Trump agenda is creating barriers that will force many women to choose between their health care needs and their economic security.
This executive order will have a devastating effect on women and families across the nation.
Women and families will have to choose whether they want to rely on the ACA and its protections, or go back to their jobs, pay their bills and save for their children’s education.
This executive order has no place in a country that stands for universal health care for all.
Women are not alone in their fears and anxieties about this administration’s agenda.
We are all women, said Gloria Steine, author and co-founder of The Women’s Movement.
The Trump Administration is destroying women’s lives and our health.
And it’s time to stop it.