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One of the toughest World Cup groups is suddenly in chaos, and now Lionel Messi and Argentina have been thrown a lifeline to advance  

Ryan Pierse/Getty Images With just two matches remaining before the knockout stage of the 2018 World Cup, Group D is in chaos. After two disappointing performances from group favorite Argentina, it looked as though Iceland's path to advancing was clear, but on Friday the tiny island nation fell to Nigeria, and now we won't know who will escape to the knockout stage until the final two matches are played on Tuesday. Group leader Croatia has already sealed its spot in the final bracket of 16, b

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2018-06-23 05:56:10



Facebook is rejecting ads from restaurants, hair salons, and job fairs because they're too 'political,' and people are furious (FB)  

Facebook Facebook launched a new policy to prevent abuse of political ads in May. Anyone running political ads on the social network must be authorized to do so by confirming their identity and location. Facebook reviews the ads using a combination of artificial intelligence and human reviewers to determine whether they are meeting the criteria or not. According to a report in The New York Times, the new system seems to have some flaws, as Facebook has been mistakenly rejecting ad

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2018-06-23 05:47:27



This incredible aerial cityscape from the 1920s was taken by disabled photographer tied to the plane by a scarf  

Alfred G. Buckham Alfred G. Buckham took photographs in the navy during the WWI, and was in nine crashes before he was left disabled. He continued to take photographs from planes, taking stunning aerial shots of cities and landscapes around the world. He tied himself to his seat using a scarf rather than a seatbelt, saying it allowed him to work in "perfect security." Alfred G. Buckham was left seriously injured after his ninth plane crash during WWI, but he was determined to continue

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2018-06-23 05:10:54



Elon Musk talks about robots all the time, but nobody else in the auto industry does — here's why (TSLA)  

Tesla CB Insights used a linguistic algorithm to analyze 28 quarters of earnings calls from four automakers. GM, Ford, Daimler, and Tesla were included in the study. Tesla spends way more time talking about robots than the other three. CB Insights, a data analytics firm, has done something interesting: it used algorithmic analysis to crunch 28 quarter of earnings-call transcripts from General Motors, Ford, Daimler, and Tesla. The firm was able to make some intriguing observations from

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2018-06-23 04:56:49



Mexican officials are ready to stop helping the US fight terrorism and drug trafficking to get back at Trump  

Johnathan Drake/Reuters Mexican senators have asked their government to consider ending security and immigration cooperation with the US. The call comes in response to Trump's now-rescinded policy of separating immigrant families at the border. It is not the first time Mexican officials have made such a proposal. Mexican legislators this week proposed ending cooperation with the US on immigration, counterterrorism, and fighting organized crime "as long as President Donald Trump does no

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2018-06-23 04:46:43



The White House is considering nuking asteroids, according to a NASA report  

Shutterstock NASA and US government agencies have released plans for dealing with Near Earth Objects. The plan outlines options for deflection and disruption. A disruption plan raises the possibility of using nuclear weapons. The US has an official strategy for dealing with Near-Earth Objects (NEOs) that threaten the planet — and yes, it involves nukes. You might know them as "asteroids", or "comets", but rocks and balls of ice and gas aren't the only objects that could pot

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2018-06-23 03:40:03



A French woman visiting Canada was detained in the US for 2 weeks after accidentally crossing the border while jogging  

US Border Patrol agents captured a French woman they said crossed the US-Canada border while she was jogging. Cedella Roman, who had been visiting her mother in British Columbia, was jogging on a Canadian beach when she accidentally stepped over the international border into Washington state in May. Roman, who said she had no identification on her at the time, was confronted by two US Border Patrol agents who took her into custody, and drove her 124 miles south to a Homeland Security-oper

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2018-06-23 03:31:21



This insane golden chamber contains water so pure it can dissolve metal, and is helping scientists detect dying stars  

Kamioka Observatory, ICRR (Institute for Cosmic Ray Research), The University of Tokyo The Super-Kamiokande neutrino detector is a physics experiment the size of a 15-storey building, buried under a mountain in Japan. Neutrinos are sub-atomic particles that pass through us all the time, and studying them can tell us about supernovas and the composition of the universe. The detector is full of ultra-pure water, which can leach the nutrients out of your hair and dissolve metal. Hidden 1,

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2018-06-23 02:04:14



NASA discovered an electric blue sand dune on Mars — and the photos are mind-blowing  

NASA NASA captured images of this bright blue sand dune on the red planet. The photo was taken in Lyot Crater, known for its patterned ground. The dune has a different composition to dunes nearby, hence its colour.   NASA has found an exquisite sand dune on Mars that is literally out of this world, it announced on Wednesday.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: What humans will look like on MarsSee Also:An anti-Trump movement is calling for the boycott of t

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2018-06-23 01:49:34



'Enthusiasm has slowed' for creating national cryptocurrencies: 'The unknown risks are potentially large'  

REUTERS/Bogdan Cristel Central banks around the world have been looking at how they might introduce or use national cryptocurrencies. Thomas Moser, an alternate member of the Swiss National Bank's governing board, told Business Insider that central banks have become "sceptical" of introducing national digital currencies after initial interest. Moser says bankers are wary of the new economic risks or knock-on effects introducing a national cryptocurrency might have. ZUG, SWITZERLAND &md

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2018-06-23 01:46:23



Michael Cohen throws cold water on Tom Arnold's claims that they're working together to take down Trump  

Twitter/Tom Arnold Comedian Tom Arnold served up a veiled warning to President Donald Trump while hinting that he and Michael Cohen, Trump's longtime personal attorney, were teaming up to take down the president. Cohen threw some cold water on Arnold's remarks Friday evening. Arnold is currently promoting a program set to air on Viceland. Cohen is currently under criminal investigation in the Southern District of New York. Comedian Tom Arnold served up a veiled warning to President Don

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2018-06-23 01:42:18



The most luxurious hostel in every European country under $55 a night  

Hostelworld The idea of staying in a messy, loud hostel might seem like a thing of the past — best kept for the backpacking days of your late teens and 20s. However, a "hostel" is simply "budget-friendly accommodation that focuses on a shared social experience." While to be considered a hostel it must have the option of a dorm room, most offer private rooms as well — and instead of messy and loud, some can actually be pretty luxurious. Business Insider teamed up with hostel bookin

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2018-06-23 01:37:53



Apple is finally doing something about the notorious MacBook Pro keyboard that everybody has been complaining about (AAPL)  

Hollis Johnson/Business Insider Apple is offering free keyboard repairs to MacBook and MacBook Pro customers who have been affected by certain keyboard issues. If you already paid for those repairs, Apple is issuing refunds. People have been complaining for years that the laptops' keyboard breaks easily, and can get jammed by a single speck of dust. Apple's response has previously just been to offer advice for cleaning it, forcing affected customers to pay for repairs. After years of c

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2018-06-22 20:33:03



All the US states that ship more than $1 billion worth of goods to China that would be slammed by tariffs  

Reuters/Carlos Barria President Donald Trump escalated his trade dispute with China and is planning for $200 billion worth of Chinese goods to be subjected to an additional 10% tariff. In turn, China said it would slap the US with tariffs on $50 billion worth of US imports starting in July. China's tariffs would target energy and agricultural products, such as ornamental fish, whiskey, and coal — which would affect some states more than others. There are eight US states that exporte

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2018-06-22 19:42:50



This affordable swimsuit company fits their designs on their employees instead of fit models — 5 of us tried them and they fit each of us incredibly well  

The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. Most swimwear companies use fit models to design and tailor their bathing suits, but Helen Jon fits all of its styles on their employees who provide feedback to get a supportive fit that works for more women. Their suits aren't particularly cheap, but they're not outrageous, either — most one-pieces retail for arou

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2018-06-22 19:38:29



'They cannot find the children at all': Migrant parents face chaos and red tape trying to reunite with their kids  

Getty Images/Spencer Platt Migrant families who were separated from one another by the Trump administration are encountering chaos and red tape while trying to reunite. The parents and children were placed in the custody of completely separate government agencies — and it's unclear whether those agencies share information with one another. Parents are afraid for their children's health and safety. Lawyers and advocates say many parents have been unable to locate their kids, let alone

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2018-06-22 17:39:54



The founder of notorious failed startup Clinkle is reportedly coming back with a blockchain project  

Clinkle Lucas Duplan, the founder of infamous failed startup Clinkle, is involved in a blockchain company. According to a new report from Wired, the entrepreneur invested in and is linked to Universal Recognition Token. His old startup, Clinkle, raised tens of millions from investors before totally imploding in what's now considered a Silicon Valley cautionary tale. Clinkle is a cautionary tale in Silicon Valley — a failed startup that raised tens of millions of dollars before cr

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2018-06-22 15:50:12



Trump praises Supreme Court's sales tax decision in a shot at Amazon, but it could affect his own business too  

Win McNamee/Getty Images President Donald Trump praised a Supreme Court ruling that could soon lead to online retailers having to collect state sales taxes in 45 states. But it could also have an affect on his own online retailer. TrumpStore.com currently collects sales taxes in just four states. President Donald Trump praised a Thursday Supreme Court ruling that could soon lead to online retailers having to collect state sales taxes in 45 states. "Big Supreme Court win on internet sa

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2018-06-22 12:02:26



The Brexit vote has already wiped £440 million a week from Britain's economy  

Getty Britain's economy is 2.1% smaller than if it had voted to stay in the EU, according to new research. Higher levels of borrowing as a result of foregone growth mean the UK government is having to borrow an additional £23 billion a year.  That means Brexit is already costing the Treasury £440 million a week. Theresa May claimed last week she would fund extra NHS spending through a "Brexit dividend," but researchers said the dividend does not exist. LONDON —&

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2018-06-22 11:58:27



74% of Americans believe smartphone addiction is a problem that should be solved by consumers — not tech companies or the government  

In the last two months, both Apple and Google have announced features intended to address the growing concern around smartphone addiction. During Apple's annual Worldwide Developer's Conference, the company introduced iOS 12, complete with a new feature called Screen Time: a set of tools that will include things like activity reports and notification controls so users can "better understand and control" their iPhone use. Google's Digital Wellbeing initiative, which it announced at its

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2018-06-22 11:29:03



A Phillies baseball fan was injured by a flying hot dog launched out of the mascot's cannon: 'It hit me like a ton of bricks'  

Hunter Martin/Getty Images) Phillie Phanatic, the mascot for the Philadelphia Phillies, is equipped with a cannon capable of shooting hot dogs into the stands. While most people love free stuff shot out of a cannon, one fan might feel differently after being hit in the face by a flying hot dog.  Kathy McVay was sitting behind home plate when a hot dog came flying her way, leaving her with bruises.  Sports marketing teams spend millions of dollars and countless hours ever

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2018-06-22 11:03:51



An artist on Instragram makes satisfying tiny kawaii charms  

See Also:A man in Denmark treats a rescued squirrel like a pet dogThis special effects artist's movie props are terrifyingThese dresses are made with recycled fabric

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2018-06-22 10:56:31



I've tried 6 different luggage brands, and this one is by far the best  

RossHelen/Shutterstock Luggage that’s bulky, heavy, or difficult to manage can add to stress when traveling. Your luggage should be large enough to fit your belongings, have compartments for organization, be durable, and feel light enough to lift easily. I take dozens of trips each year, and have tried several different luggage brands over the years. For me, the EBags Fortis 30" Hardside Spinner comes out on top in terms of price, durability, looks, and weight.   I ta

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2018-06-22 10:36:48



A woman discovered a mysterious moving lump on her face that was actually a worm crawling under her skin  

A 32-year-old Russian woman noticed a mysterious lump moving around her face for about two weeks, BuzzFeed reported. The woman experienced some itching and burning and went to an ophthalmologist to get the lump checked out, according to a case study published this week in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM). During surgery, the doctors discovered that the lump was a long, white worm. The worm is a type of parasitic infection that mosquitoes can carry to humans

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2018-06-22 10:32:26



Here's how many ICE detention centers are holding immigrants in every state  

Reuters The Trump administration has come under fire for separating thousands of migrant children from their parents at the US-Mexico border over the past several months. Adults are usually temporarily detained at a facility operated by the Customs and Border Protection (CBP), where they may be deported. If they choose to seek asylum, they await trial at an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detention center. The map below shows the dispersed geography of ICE facilities throughout th

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2018-06-22 10:25:56



The best and wildest BET Awards red carpet looks of all time  

Frederick M. Brown/Frazer Harrison/Jason Merritt/Getty Images Since it first launched in 2001, the BET Awards have become one of the most highly anticipated award shows of the year. It's always bound to provide some exciting performances and surprise appearances. Though the show is technically about the awards, there's no denying that the red carpet fashion ends up being the highlight of the night. From Lil' Kim to Cardi B, several celebrities have used the BET Awards to showcase their red car

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2018-06-22 10:04:09



The wildest costumes at Burning Man  

Business Insider/Aly Weisman When it's nearly 100 degrees in the middle of the Nevada desert, clothing is limited, and sometimes even optional at Burning Man — "an annual art event and temporary community based on radical self expression and self-reliance in the Black Rock Desert of Nevada." But for those who do choose to wear clothing, it's all about the costumes. And the ornate outfits have become a huge part of the festival. Bikinis, body paint, tutus, masks, headdresses,

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2018-06-22 09:42:18



We tried the new dining experience that just launched at Disney — and it's guaranteed to be the best meal you eat on vacation  

Courtesy of Disney No Disney World vacation is complete without a visit to Disney Springs, home to some of the best dining spots in Orlando.  Enzo's Hideaway is now offering Sunday Supper, an elaborate dining event complete with all of the appetizers you could ever want, family-style entrees, and decadent desserts.  Sunday Supper costs $45 per guest.  Sunday Supper is the brand new dining event at Enzo's Hideaway. Families are invited to enjoy a meal, relax, and tak

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2018-06-22 09:03:01



Major changes are coming to 'Fortnite' and the most popular player in the world isn't happy about it  

Epic Games "Fortnite" is the world's most popular game, with over 125 million players. Epic Games, makers of "Fortnite," are looking to evolve the gameplay. "We are exploring changes to weapon balance and resource economy, like e.g. resource caps," a post on Epic's blog said. Building without limits is core to the gameplay of "Fortnite," and limiting that could turn off a lot of players — including Ninja, the most popular player in the world, who's already voiced his displeasure.

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2018-06-22 08:27:38



Amazon is selling the first phones that let you summon Alexa with a physical button  

Motorola Amazon is selling the first phones that can access Alexa by pressing a smartphone's physical buttons.  They offer the easiest way to access Alexa on a smartphone. The Prime Exclusive Moto G6 Play is a great device, but the Prime Exclusive Moto Z3 Play can be easily outdone by spending $80 more on the OnePlus 6. Amazon announced on Friday that it's adding the Prime Exclusive Moto G6 Play and Prime Exclusive Moto Z3 Play to its Amazon Prime Exclusive lineup, and they come w

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2018-06-22 08:21:02



The surprising Sixers-Suns trade during the draft comes back to a deal made 3 years ago and shows the hilarious circular nature of the NBA  

Kevin Hagen/AP The Philadelphia 76ers and Phoenix Suns agreed to a trade on Thursday during the draft, with the 76ers sending 10th overall pick Mikal Bridges to the Suns for 16th overall pick Zhaire Smith and an unprotected 2021 first-round pick. The exchanged draft picks go back to a trade the two teams made in 2015 during a chaotic trade deadline. We'll explain further below. The Philadelphia 76ers-Phoenix Suns trade on Thursday during the NBA Draft has roots that go all the way back

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2018-06-22 07:18:27



CRYPTO INSIDER: Markets dive towards their lowest levels of the year  

Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images Welcome to Crypto Insider, Business Insider's roundup of all the bitcoin and cryptocurrency news you need to know today. Sign up here to get this email delivered direct to your inbox. Bitcoin got smoked Friday morning as crypto markets dived towards their lowest levels of the years. Here's what you need to know.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Sneaky ways Costco gets you to buy moreSee Also:Disappointing photos show what cruise ships a

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2018-06-22 06:28:58



9 of our favorite optical illusions that involve cats and dogs  

NegativePitch/Reddit Optical illusions are everywhere. They can be found in art, in the real world, and, of course, all over the internet. We decided to round up illusions that involve two of our favorite things: cats and dogs. Keep scrolling to see which ones you can figure out and which ones stump you.A few years ago, this photo of a cat in a stairwell sparked some serious debate over whether the animal was walking down or up. 9gag.com The post on 9Gag quickly racked up 4,

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2018-06-22 06:18:12



Amazon workers wrote to Jeff Bezos protesting its facial recognition contracts with police  

Getty/Chip Somodevilla Amazon employees have protested about the company's facial recognition contracts with US government and police. They wrote to CEO Jeff Bezos pointing to Donald Trump's "zero tolerance" immigration policy, which has separated thousands of children from their parents at the US border. They said Amazon was enabling the departments that enforced the policy. Employees at Google and Microsoft have protested similar contracts involving their firms. Employees at big tec

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2018-06-22 05:54:50



The 76ers drafted a hometown player and it was the feel-good story of the NBA Draft — until he was traded minutes later  

ESPN Villanova's Mikal Bridges was briefly the feel-good story of the NBA Draft, having been selected with the 10th overall pick by the Philadelphia 76ers. The pick meant Bridges would stay local, starting his professional career with his hometown team that also happens to employ his mother as a VP of Human Resources. But just minutes after Bridges expressed how excited he was to join the Sixers, news broke that he had been traded to the Suns, making for a brutal introduction to the realiti

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2018-06-22 05:39:40



Airbus says no-deal Brexit would force it to reconsider UK presence  

Thomson ReutersPARIS (Reuters) - Airbus issued its strongest warning yet over the impact of Britain's departure from the European Union, saying a separation without a final deal between Britain and the EU would force it to reconsider its long-term position in the country. In a statement issued late on Thursday, Airbus also said current plans for a transition period ending in December 2020 were too short for the planemaker to adapt its supply chain and would mean no further expansion in its UK s

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2018-06-22 05:32:02



Jameis Winston will reportedly be suspended for 3 games, and there is speculation that he struck a deal with the NFL  

Butch Dill/AP Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston is expected to be suspended three games following an investigation into a claim that he groped an Uber driver in 2016. There is some confusion as to whether Winston is being suspended for violating the personal conduct policy or failing to report the incident to the league. Winston is not expected to appeal the suspension, leading some to wonder if he has a deal with the league to make the suspension shorter in return. Tampa

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2018-06-22 04:46:54



Deadly violence in Mexico is intensifying, and May set an all-time record  

REUTERS/Daniel Becerril May was the deadliest month recorded in Mexico since the government began releasing homicide data in 1998. The country has seen a sustained increase in violence over the past three years. May's record-setting bloodshed comes just a month before nationwide elections that will select the country's next president. The steady increase in deadly violence that Mexico has experienced over the past three years continued in May, when 2,890 people were killed — an a

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2018-06-22 04:41:35



The 10 most intense battles in US history  

National Archives In the short history of our country, the United States rose to global military dominance — yeah, I said it. Come at me, China. But the road to the top was paved with the blood of good men and women. Looking back, there are some pivotal battles we remember with solemn pride and a little bit of hoo-rah. Let's check out 10 of the most intense battles in United States history.10. The Battle of Chosin U.S. Marine Corps/Photo The Battle of Chosin Reservoir was one of the d

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2018-06-22 03:31:04



A 1960s 'Chicken War' reveals the driving force behind the boom of American pickup trucks  

Justin Sullivan/Getty A 1960s 'Chicken War' is partly responsible for the boom of American pickup trucks.  The US slapped tariffs on German-made trucks in retaliation for similar taxes on American frozen chicken. The tax on trucks still hasn't been lifted. The tariff helped US automakers dominate that segment of the market, said Albert Edwards, a strategist at Société Générale. Tariffs are not always bad news.  The US is in a tit-for-tat

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2018-06-22 03:23:27



A Republican congressman explains why he's going to war with top White House adviser Stephen Miller  

Larry French/Getty Images for SiriusXM Republican Rep. Mike Coffman said the Trump administration is "heading in the wrong direction" as long as White House aide Stephen Miller is advising the president. Coffman has called on Trump to fire Miller. WASHINGTON — Republican Rep. Mike Coffman said the Trump administration is "heading in the wrong direction" over the ongoing immigration reform problems and controversies on the US-Mexico border. For Coffman, the only solution is for Pr

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2018-06-22 03:20:01



A trader-in-training says he made millions on what he thought was a demo platform before a brokerage voided the positions — now he's suing to get his money  

REUTERS/John Gress Harouna Traoré, an aspiring day trader from France, claims he made 10 million euros trading in what he thought was a demo account, but was actually a live platform transacting real money. He's now suing Valbury Capital, the brokerage in question, for the 10-million-euro gain, after the firm voided his trades. Valbury is expected to argue that Traoré was actually a financial professional, rather than a novice consumer. A trader-in-training claims he

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2018-06-22 03:18:48



A dad pretended to be the Prime Minister of Morocco after he was rejected from a completely booked restaurant — and he ended up getting the first-class treatment  

A dad was trying to score a reservation at a restaurant that was completely booked. Instead of giving up, he pretended to be the Prime Minister of Morocco.  Not only did he get the reservation but he also got the best table in the house and the Head Chef asked him for an autograph. My college roommate/best friend from high school was born in the US but looks like he’s fresh off the boat from Ireland. He used to go into liquor stores before the age of 21 and pretend to

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2018-06-22 03:13:35



In a significant blow to Manafort's defense, a federal judge struck down his motion to suppress evidence against him in the Russia probe  

REUTERS/Yuri Gripas US District Judge Amy Berman Jackson on Thursday struck down Paul Manafort's motion to suppress evidence against him in the Russia investigation. The evidence in question was obtained from a storage locker in Alexandria, Virginia, that belongs to Manafort's consulting firm, Davis Manafort Partners, Inc. FBI agents were authorized by a warrant to take various records from the unit, including those related to Manafort's financial and lobbying activities in Ukraine. Though

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2018-06-22 03:13:27



Labour says Theresa May's 'rash, reckless and ideological red lines' are trashing Brexit negotiations  

Jack Taylor/Getty Two years on from the EU referendum, Labour says Theresa May's handling of Brexit is stopping Britain getting a good deal.  Sir Keir Starmer, Labour's Brexit spokesperson, says the PM's "rash, reckless and ideological" red lines of leaving the single market, customs union and ECJ risk destroying British jobs.  "The next six months cannot be like the last two years. The Government must end the deadlock in the negotiations and deliver a deal that puts jobs and the

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2018-06-22 03:08:20



Uber driver was watching Hulu just before her self-driving car crashed and killed a pedestrian  

Thomson Reuters An Uber driver was watching "The Voice" on Hulu just before her self-driving car crashed and killed a pedestrian in Tempe, Arizona in March. Rafaela Vasquez could face charges of vehicle manslaughter after police said the accident was "deemed entirely avoidable"  The crash dealt Uber a major setback in its efforts to develop self-driving cars, and the company shuttered its autonomous car testing program in Arizona. SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Police in Tempe, Ar

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2018-06-22 03:03:40



A man in Denmark treats a rescued squirrel like a pet dog  

See Also:These dresses are made with recycled fabricHere's how jawbreakers are madeA chocolate shop in Austin makes realistic-looking food out of chocolate

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2018-06-22 02:38:44



'This is who we are': The US has a history of putting families in cages, and it didn't start with Trump  

John Moore/Getty Images President Donald Trump's practice of separating families that illegally cross the border has spawned widespread outrage and condemnation. But the US wasn't much better about it under Obama. Obama came up with ways to quickly deport millions of migrants, many of whom allege mistreatment, drugging, and abuse while in US care.  Obama and other top Democrats strongly defended the practice of using harsh treatments at the border to deter migrants, something which Tr

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2018-06-22 02:30:34



Save up to 50% on Allen Edmonds dress shoes during their summer clearance sale — and more of today's best deals from around the web  

The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. Since you don't have all day to scour the web for noteworthy sales and discounts, we rounded up the best bargains for you to shop in one convenient place. PR NEWSWIRESee the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:Mattress startup Leesa has quietly donated over 30,000 mattresses to people to need since launching in 2014 — and ...

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2018-06-22 02:24:43



There is strong public support for a 2nd referendum on Brexit  

Jack Taylor/Getty Images There is strong public support for a referendum on the terms of the final Brexit deal. Forty-eight percent of Brits support a vote on the final deal, while 25% do not, according to leading pollster Survation. This comes as thousands of "People's Vote" campaigners prepare to march through London this weekend. The poll also found that Britain would vote to stay in the EU in a re-run of the 2016 referendum.   LONDON — The British public is strongly in

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2018-06-22 02:13:18



A judge outlined exactly what qualifies as privileged in the Michael Cohen case — and almost nothing involves Cohen's work for his clients  

Brendan McDermid/Reuters US District Judge Kimba Wood laid out what from the first batch of President Donald Trump's longtime lawyer Michael Cohen's reviewed documents was covered by attorney-client privilege. In Wood's Friday filing, 153 of the 161 documents labeled as privileged — and therefore could not be used in a potential prosecution of Cohen — involved Cohen consulting with attorneys. Just eight documents involved Cohen in direct consultation with one of his clients.

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2018-06-22 02:09:27



While Trump's 'zero-tolerance' immigration policy sparks controversy in the US, China is detaining hundreds of thousands of legal citizens for doing nothing wrong  

The Trump administration's "zero-tolerance" immigration policy, which detains parents and led to the separation of 2,000 children, has been controversial and lead to some changes. But in China, police have been interning hundreds of thousands of adults for offenses like growing a beard or legally traveling overseas, or sometimes no offense at all. There are so many children without parents that orphanages have become overcrowded and children have been moved away to other centers, where th

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2018-06-22 01:59:47



The National Enquirer reportedly sent stories about Trump to his lawyer for approval before publication  

Yana Paskova/Getty Images Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump's former lawyer, reportedly reviewed and approved National Enquirer stories to make sure they portrayed Trump as positively as possible. The parent company of the National Enquirer, a tabloid, is owned by a close friend of Trump's. Prosecutors are examining Cohen's efforts to kill negative stories about Trump as part of an investigation into whether Cohen violated campaign finance laws.  The tabloid newspaper the Nati

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2018-06-22 01:37:59



OPEC is gearing up to hike oil production during what could be a 'contentious' meeting  

AP/Karim Kadim In efforts to tackle a global oil glut, OPEC and other supply-cutting nations have been coordinating output levels. After a months-long crude rally, the cartel is meeting this week to discuss increasing supply. Here's what you need to know. When are the meetings? Friday, June 22: Current members of OPEC — Algeria, Angola, Ecuador, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Libya, Nigeria, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and Venezuela — are sched

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2018-06-22 01:33:18



Saudi Arabia is planning to turn its rival Qatar into an island  

Dutourdumonde Photography/Shutterstock Saudi Arabia appears to be further distancing itself from Qatar, this time literally.  The country appears to be moving forward with plans to dig a canal along its 38-mile (61 kilometer) border with Qatar.  The canal would turn its Gulf rival into an island. The move may also be aimed at further isolating Qatar, which was diplomatically cut off by Gulf nations last year.  Saudi Arabia appears to be further distancing itself fr

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2018-06-22 01:24:30



Around 500 migrant kids who were separated from their parents at the US border have reportedly been reunited with their families  

Getty Images/Win McNamee About 500 of the more than 2,000 children separated from their families at the US-Mexico border have reportedly been reunited  since May. Many of the children were reunited within days after being separated from their families, a senior Trump administration official told the Associated Press. About 500 of the more than 2,000 children separated from their families at the US-Mexico border have been reunited since May, a senior Trump administration official to

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2018-06-22 01:20:26



11 surprising foods you can eat on the Keto diet  

Shutterstock Although a lot of mainstream diets definitely involve calorie counting and portion control, you’d be surprised to know that the keto diet isn’t like most diets, especially since since it’s more about eating a certain way to get your body into a ketogenic state. And yes, counting and managing carb intake is apart of the definitely a key part to keeping the body in a prolonged state of ketosis, but keto devotees can still enjoy a variety of different foods (that a

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2018-06-21 21:05:27



Top NBA Draft prospect Marvin Bagley III explains why he isn't worried about adjusting to the modern NBA  

Jamie Squire/Getty Duke big man Marvin Bagley III is expected to be one of the top picks in the NBA Draft. Bagley spoke to Business Insider about adjusting to the modern NBA, the draft process, and his off-court interests. Duke big man Marvin Bagley III is expected to hear his name called early on Thursday at the NBA Draft. Rumors suggest Bagley is likely to be taken with the second pick to the Sacramento Kings. Bagley is a skilled, classic big man, with a variety of moves around the b

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2018-06-21 19:37:27



A 'Roseanne' spin-off is coming to ABC without 'Roseanne' called 'The Conners'  

ABC/Greg Gayne After canceling "Roseanne" in May, the show will get a spin-off series this fall on ABC. ABC made the announcement Thursday night. Roseanne Barr will not return for the 10-episode series, tentatively called "The Conners." The "Roseanne" revival was originally canceled after Barr compared President Barack Obama's former senior adviser Valerie Jarrett to an ape on Twitter. The rest of the original cast will return for the new series along with more cast. The Conner

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2018-06-21 17:32:20



A US-style housing bust could happen in Canada and Australia  

REUTERS/Robert Galbraith Canada and Australia have acute housing bubbles forming. There is an idea spreading that the US mortgage crisis happened because people could legally just walk away from their mortgages. Banks have different regulations to follow depending on where in the world they are located, but this is wrong. When a housing downturn gets big enough, there will be a mortgage crisis, and it will hit banks, shadow banks, and mortgage insurers no matter what the mortgage laws

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2018-06-21 17:04:54



Airbus is reportedly thinking of pulling investment from the UK if there's a no-deal Brexit  

Matt Cardy/Getty Images Airbus is considering pulling out of the UK in the event of a no-deal Brexit, according to The Times. The move could impact tens of thousands of jobs and costs the British economy billions of pounds a year. Labour is calling on Theresa May to reconsider the British government's Brexit negotiating position in light of the news. Airbus is reportedly preparing to ditch investment in the UK in the event of a no-deal Brexit — a move that could impact tens of th

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2018-06-21 13:44:56



Meghan Markle could earn the right to call the queen by an exclusive nickname — but only if she plays her cards right  

Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images Queen Elizabeth II has quite a few nicknames, and eventually, Meghan Markle could earn the right to use one. The queen's most exclusive nickname is "Mama." The Duchess of Sussex will be able to call her "Mama" once she "gets to know her as Princess Diana did." For now, Markle is expected to refer to the queen as "Your Majesty." Queen Elizabeth has several nicknames and if Meghan Markle continues to play h

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2018-06-21 12:55:53



Charles Krauthammer, prominent conservative commentator, has died at 68  

Facebook/Charles KrauthammerNEW YORK (AP) — The conservative writer and pundit Charles Krauthammer has died. Krauthammer had announced a year ago he was being treated for a cancerous tumor in his abdomen and in early June revealed that he likely had just weeks to live. He was 68. His death was announced Thursday by two media organizations that employed him, Fox News Channel and The Washington Post.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Learning to celebrate failure at a

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2018-06-21 11:34:24



8 of the weirdest fad diets in history  

Shutterstock New fad diets are always popping up.  Today we hear of diets like the keto diet and the paleo diet.  In the past, there have been other fad diets including a baby food diet and a vinegar diet. It may seem like everyone's trying out a strange new way to eat these days, but fad diets are hardly new. The lure of an easy road to quick weight loss or increased energy goes back a long way. In fact, a look at history reveals that weird and wild diets have been c

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2018-06-21 11:05:52



Republican leaders in the House postpone vote on compromise immigration bill  

Zach Gibson/Getty Images Republican lawmakers delayed for a second time - likely to next week - a vote on an immigration bill. The vote on the so-called compromise Republican plan had earlier been delayed to Friday to allow members additional time to review it. The compromise bill was crafted to appeal to more Republicans, some of whom joined with Democrats to defeat the more conservative immigration measure. House Democrats oppose the compromise bill because of its cuts to legal immigrat

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2018-06-21 10:47:38



Republicans know their immigration bills are going nowhere, and they're gearing up to pin the blame on Democrats  

Toya Sarno Jordan/Getty Images Republicans largely expect their immigration bills to fail on Thursday afternoon. House conservatives are already shifting blame to Democrats, despite controlling a majority. WASHINGTON — Despite holding a solid majority in the House, Republicans are already gearing up to place blame on Democrats for what will likely be the failures of multiple immigration bills making their way to the House floor on Thursday. The House is voting on two different bi

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2018-06-21 10:27:09



Israeli Prime Minister's wife charged with fraud after using state funds to order $100,000 worth of catering to her home  

Thomson Reuters Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s wife Sara was charged with fraud over the alleged misuse of state funds to order catered meals to their official residence. Netanyahu, along with a government employee, fraudulently obtained more than $100,000 for hundreds of meals supplied by restaurants. If convicted, she could face up to five years behind bars. JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s wife, Sara, was charged on Thursday

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2018-06-21 10:22:27



Tesla is making big cuts to its solar division  

As part of Tesla's recently announced move to cut 9% of its workforce, it will make big cuts to its solar division that it acquired two years ago. The downsizing will involve closing about a dozen installation facilities and ending its retail partnership with Home Depot Tesla declined to comment on which sites it planned to shut down, how many employees would lose their jobs or what percentage of the solar workforce they represent. Electric car maker Tesla's move last week to cut 9 p

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2018-06-21 10:18:08



One of the top NBA prospects tumbled in the draft over fears about an injury and lost millions  

Jeff Roberson/AP Michael Porter Jr. fell to 14th in the NBA Draft on Thursday over concerns about his health. Porter was once considered a potential No. 1 pick but played just three games in college because of a back injury. In the process, Porter lost millions of dollars. Michael Porter Jr. was projected as one of the top players in the NBA Draft, but fears over an injury caused him to tumble down the order on Thursday. Porter Jr. played just three college games with Missouri last se

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2018-06-21 10:05:04



OPEC is gearing up to hike oil production during what could be a 'contentious' meeting  

AP/Karim Kadim In efforts to tackle a global oil glut, OPEC and other supply-cutting nations have been coordinating output levels. After a months-long crude rally, the cartel is meeting this week to discuss increasing supply. Here's what you need to know. When are the meetings? Friday, June 22: Current members of OPEC — Algeria, Angola, Ecuador, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Libya, Nigeria, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates and Venezuela — are sched

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2018-06-21 09:40:31



All the details we know about the Black Widow standalone movie starring Scarlett Johansson, whose director search is heating up  

After nearly a decade of playing the role, Scarlett Johansson is finally getting her own Black Widow movie. The one thing that DC has on Marvel is a movie starring a female hero. 2017's "Wonder Woman" was a wonderful movie, and its sequel looks just as promising so far. Thankfully Marvel is catching up: "Captain Marvel" is coming out in early 2019, and the Black Widow movie is getting further into its development.  Marvel Studios producer Kevin Feige has stated that it is pu

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2018-06-21 09:40:22



Instagram deleted a video by a news outlet that identified members of a white supremacist group (FB)  

ProPublica/YouTube Instagram has taken down a video posted by news outlet ProPublica, saying it was in violation of its rules. The video identified members of a white supremacist group, saying it violates its rules. The takedown sparked immediate criticism of how the Facebook-owned app polices content, and highlights how social networks often struggle with how to deal with newsworthy content that touches on sensitive or political topics.  ProPublica's editor-in-chief told Business Insi

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2018-06-21 08:48:58



4 reasons you should buy the LG G7 instead of the Galaxy S9  

Antonio Villas-Boas/Business Insider Android users are pretty spoiled for choice, which actually makes it harder to pick a smartphone. Two of the phones you'll undoubtedly be checking out include the Samsung Galaxy S9 and the LG G7 "ThinQ." Below, I've listed the four things that the LG G7 does better than the Galaxy S9. Apart from those four things, the phones have pretty much identical specs and features, including the speedy Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, wireless charging, and water r

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2018-06-21 08:48:18



It looks like Trump is about to make more huge reversals on his controversial border policies  

President Donald Trump said Thursday he was directing government agencies to reunite the migrant families that were separated under the "zero tolerance" policy. The news came amid reports that the administration has halted criminal prosecutions from parents who were caught illegally crossing the US-Mexico border with their children. Though the Justice Department said its policy to prosecute all migrants was still in effect, 17 migrant parents had their charges dropped in a federal courtho

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2018-06-21 08:18:41



10 men's subscription services that'll help guys keep their health and wellness in check  

The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we may get a share of the revenue from your purchase. Maintaining a healthy lifestyle is generally harder than living an unhealthy one. Areas like your eating, fitness, and grooming habits all require closer attention and, in turn, more time and money spent. Luckily, there is a better and more efficient way to support all of your health and wellness efforts in the form of

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2018-06-21 07:21:19



I prefer not to clutter my kitchen with extra appliances, but Cuisinart's new $80 hybrid grill is an exception to my rule  

The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. Cuisinart Cuistinart's new Griddler Five ($78.99) is an easy-to-use and even easier-to-clean appliance with a host of different uses, including making eggs and pancakes, grilling steak and fish, and pressing sandwiches.  It has two removable, reversible non-stick plates: one side has a smooth, flat surface for griddling, while

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2018-06-21 07:05:51



$10,000 toilet seats and data rights: The Air Force faces new challenges in keeping its oldest aircraft in flight  

US Air Force The US Air Force never expected to fly aircraft such as the Cold War-era B-52 Stratofortress bomber for as long as it has, much less for another 30 years as it now plans to. So if the Air Force continues to modernize its legacy fleets in addition to buying new, more advanced equipment and planes, it will need to have more access to technical data and software often owned or operated by industry partners, experts say.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: The US Ai

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2018-06-21 06:41:12



Ivanka Trump breaks long silence on family separations and urges government to reunite children with parents  

Yuri Gripas/Reuters After remaining silent as calls mounted for her to weigh in on President Donald Trump's policy of separating migrant families at the border, Ivanka Trump is calling for families to be "swiftly and safely" reunited. Ivanka faced widespread criticism for her silence amid the humanitarian crisis.  Former acting director of US Immigration and Customs Enforcement John Sandweg has warned that hundreds of children in US custody will never find their way back

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2018-06-21 06:06:09



The 23 best World Cup players after the first round of action  

Getty Images The 2018 FIFA World Cup has arrived. The first round of group stage fixtures is already over, with every single one of the 32 World Cup nations competing at least once already — and boy, has the tournament created drama. Russia got the World Cup off to a thrilling start when it wowed crowds with a 5-0 victory over Saudi Arabia in the curtain-raising game on June 14, before tournament favourites like Argentina and Brazil failed to register a win. Germany, the 2014 World Cup

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2018-06-21 05:47:18



This is how big the dinosaurs in Jurassic World 2 are compared to humans  

"Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom" may have thrown some new dinosaurs into the mix, including genetic hybrids that could never have existed in reality. But the film doesn't neglect the classics, like T. rex and giant sauropods.  To get into the spirit of the film, we here at Business Insider wanted to know what it would feel like, size-wise, to stand next to one of these dinos. So we created this graphic, which includes some of the dinosaurs that appear in the film. *Note that all of t

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2018-06-21 05:45:40



Migrant children say they've been forcibly drugged, handcuffed, and abused in US government detention  

John Moore/Getty Images Migrant children who are considered unaccompanied minors and are in the care of the US government say they've been drugged and abused. Court filings from a class action lawsuit reveal shocking claims of overprescribing psychotropic drugs leading to weight gain, inability to walk, and forced sleep. Other children say they were abused verbally, physically, and mentally. Migrant children in US custody are being involuntarily drugged to the point they cannot walk, s

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2018-06-21 05:37:33



Your dog really is trying to communicate with you — here's what their different gestures mean  

Iuliia Khabibullina / Shutterstock A new study suggests dogs really do communicate with their owners. Researchers identified 19 different gestures and what they could mean. The commands were grouped into four categories: "give me food or drink," "open the door," "fetch my toy or bone," and "scratch me." The researchers said this mutual understanding could be another reason why man and dog have such a strong bond. Dog owners are often adamant they know their faithful friend is tellin

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2018-06-21 05:32:50



11 words you probably didn't know were acronyms  

iStock; Samantha Lee/Business Insider We use acronyms all the time, and in some cases, we don't even realize we're using them. You may not know, for example, that Taser stands for "Thomas A. Swift's Electric Rifle." Other examples include "radar" and "snafu." Acronyms show up everywhere in our everyday language, from ASAP to BYOB, JFK to ROY G. BIV. But sometimes, an acronym is so natural-sounding that we forget it even stands for anything in the first place. That's certainly the cas

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2018-06-21 05:21:42



Immigrant children detained in Virginia facility say they were beaten while handcuffed and left nude in concrete cells  

ACF/HHS/Handout via REUTERS Immigrant children as young as 14 housed at the Shenandoah Valley Juvenile Center near Staunton, Virginia, say they were beaten while handcuffed and locked up for long periods in solitary confinement Some also allege they were left nude and shivering in concrete cells. The claims are detailed in federal court filings that include a half-dozen sworn statements from Latino teens jailed there for months or years. WASHINGTON (AP) — Immigrant children

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2018-06-21 05:02:39



Russia wants to swoop in on the empty spot left by the US on the UN Human Rights Council  

Drew Angerer/Getty Images Russia is eyeing a spot on the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) following the US withdrawal on Tuesday.  Russia has put forward its candidacy for a three-year term starting in 2021.  Russia previously served one term on the council but lost a reelection bid in 2016 because of its support for the Syrian government's war. Russia is wants a spot on the United Nations Human Rights Council (UNHRC) following the US's withdraw

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2018-06-21 05:02:31



White House adviser Stephen Miller has become the face of Trump's 'zero-tolerance' policy, and one outside adviser says he 'enjoys' seeing the chaos on the border  

Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images White House senior policy adviser Stephen Miller has reportedly wielded significant clout under the Trump administration, particularly on immigration issues. But his reactions to the ongoing crisis on the border have been described by some as problematic. One outside adviser said Miller "actually enjoys seeing those pictures" of the border where thousands of migrant children are seen in distress after being separated from their families. "He's a twisted guy, t

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2018-06-21 04:53:30



People bought $38 'hot dog water' said to support weight loss — and they were in for a rude awakening  

browland1/Twitter People spent $38 on unfiltered "hot dog water" sold at a festival in Vancouver, Yahoo News reported. The Keto-compatible "hot dog water" promised to promote weight loss, increase brain function, and make you look younger. The creator, Douglas Bevans, told Global News that he created Hot Dog Water as a stunt to encourage people to think critically and question health marketing. Health and dieting fads are nothing new. From "appetite suppressant" lollipop

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2018-06-21 04:25:21



In an op-ed defending his 'zero-tolerance' immigration policy, Jeff Sessions argues children detained at the border get better treatment than some American kids  

Reuters/Joshua Roberts Attorney General Jeff Sessions has argued that children detained at the US-Mexico border are better cared for than most American kids.  Sessions also claimed that separations between children and parents are "temporary and rare," although this is not always the case.  The Trump administration's "zero tolerance" policy has been controversial and the president signed an executive order on Wednesday to keep children with their families in detention.

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2018-06-21 03:54:43



A Burger King exec says the people who are most successful at the company have a distinct trait in common  

YouTube Burger King's corporate culture attracts and values those that can take ownership, and rewards them accordingly, its global CMO Fernando Machado told Business Insider in a recent interview. "The type of people that we attract are people who have our owners' mindset," Machado said. He called them "doers." The company discourages its employees from viewing their jobs as careers, instead encouraging them to view themselves as business owners. If Burger King's funny and self-deprec

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2018-06-21 03:23:17



Russia says Trump's security chief is headed to Moscow to plan a summit with Putin  

Mikhail Klimentyev/AP MOSCOW (Reuters) - U.S. national security adviser John Bolton plans to visit Moscow next week to prepare for a possible meeting of U.S. President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin, Interfax news agency reported on Thursday, citing sources. The Kremlin said on Tuesday there are no plans for a meeting between Trump and Putin before the NATO summit, Interfax reported. Trump is expected to attend the NATO summit in Brussels on July 11-12.NOW WATCH: A

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2018-06-21 03:22:07



Trump's burgeoning trade war with China is already affecting car manufacturers in the US  

Mercedes-Benz Daimler, the parent company of Mercedes-Benz, said profit would fall in 2018 as new import tariffs on cars exported from the United States to China. The company said the tariffs would hurt sales of high-margin Mercedes-Benz sports utility vehicles. Daimler's revised forecast comes as U.S. President Donald Trump is proposing to impose tariffs on imported vehicles on grounds that trade imbalances on many products threaten U.S. national security. He is separately promi

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2018-06-21 03:20:08



Every pick from the 1st round of the NBA Draft and how they compare to mock drafts  

Mike Stobe/Getty Images With the first pick of this year's NBA Draft, the Phoenix Suns selected University of Arizona center Deandre Ayton. The move was not much of a surprise as all nine of the NBA draft experts we surveyed before the draft were projecting Ayton to be the first pick. It was after Ayton where the real fireworks were expected. Below, we'll track each pick of the NBA draft and compare those selections to where some of the top draft experts predicted the player to be p

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2018-06-21 03:16:57



How China tried to shut down Australian media coverage of its debt-trap diplomacy in the Pacific  

Feng Li/Getty Images A Chinese Embassy official yelled and made demands of an Australian producer to try and censor an episode of "60 Minutes" that would be critical of China. The Chinese Communist Party regularly tries to interfere with foreign Chinese-language media, a former consular diplomat who defected to Australia told Business Insider, but targeting English-language media is rare. The "60 Minutes" report covered China's debt-trap diplomacy in the Pacific, including a loan to Vanuatu

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2018-06-21 03:04:44



12 celebrity-owned liquor brands, ranked by the price of a bottle  

Courtesy Casamigos What do George Clooney, David Beckham, Ryan Reynolds, and Angelina Jolie all have in common — apart from being incredibly famous? They're all making money from your drinks cabinet. The number of celebrity liquor brands has gone through the roof in recent years — and with George Clooney's tequila company selling for $1 billion last year, it's easy to see why. Endorsements and side businesses are some of the easiest ways for celebrities to diversify their revenue

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2018-06-21 02:50:01



People gathered at LaGuardia Airport to greet children who were separated from their parents due to Trump's 'zero-tolerance' immigration policy  

ACLU/Twitter On Wednesday night, a group of people gathered at LaGuardia Airport to greet children who had been separated from their parents because of the Trump administration's "zero-tolerance" immigration policy. Over 200 children have been sent to facilities in New York state, according to the New York Civil Liberties Union. As of Wednesday night, more were on the way. Children as young as nine months old have been sent to facilities in New York. Also on Wednesday, Trump sign

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2018-06-21 02:28:01



Melania Trump made a surprise trip to the border amid firestorm over family-separation policy  

FOX 10 Phoenix/YouTube First lady Melania Trump made a surprise trip to the southern US border on Thursday amid the firestorm over her husband's family-separation policy with migrants. The purpose of the visit was "to take part in briefings and tours at a nonprofit social services center for children who have entered the United States illegally and a customs and border patrol processing center," according to a statement. President Donald Trump signed an executive order Wednesday design

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2018-06-21 02:23:33



Pete Davidson confirmed his engagement to Ariana Grande on 'The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon'  

Alberto E. Rodriguez/Kevin Winter/Getty Images Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande are officially engaged. Davidson confirmed the news — though speculations were already circulating — on "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon." "I feel like I won a contest. So sick," Davidson said. Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande are officially engaged, the comedian confirmed on "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon" on Wednesday. News of their engagement circulated earlier this month, but thi

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2018-06-21 02:23:17



Tinder's owner took a controlling stake in Hinge as it stares down the threat from Facebook  

Hinge Tinder owner Match has acquired a 51% stake in Hinge for an undisclosed fee. Match first took a stake in Hinge in September last year and has the right to acquire its remaining shares over the next 12 months. It strengthens Match's dominance in online dating as Facebook looks to enter the market. Tinder's parent company Match has taken a 51% stake in dating app Hinge, strengthening its dominance in dating as Facebook looks to enter the market. Match announced the acquisition on

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2018-06-21 02:23:12



The foremost NBA insider found a creative way to get around new rule that he couldn't report draft picks in advance  

ESPN NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski found a clever way to continue his unparalleled coverage of the NBA Draft on Thursday night. Most major media companies covering the draft reportedly agreed to not announce the picks before they happened on television. On Thursday, Woj found a workaround, employing a bit of wordplay to hint at the draft's direction without technically reporting on the matter. The greatest tradition of the NBA Draft found a way to continue on Thursday night. The race

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2018-06-21 02:15:56



8 details we already know about 'Halo Infinite,' the ambitious next game in the blockbuster Xbox franchise  

When Microsoft held an Xbox briefing last week, everyone watching expected a new "Halo" game to be announced. But no one expected "Halo Infinite." The new "Halo" is the next major entry in the long-running first-person shooter series, and it once again features the iconic supersoldier Master Chief as its main protagonist. And "Halo Infinite" is rife with nods to "Halo" tradition. But let's be clear: It's not named "Halo 6" for a good reason. The game features a new art style, and is said to

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2018-06-21 02:07:06






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