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This Air Force combat controller died alone on a mountaintop in Afghanistan — now he's being awarded the Medal of Honor  

US Air Force US Air Force Technical Sgt. John Chapman will be posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor. Chapman, a combat controller, was killed during a fierce firefight in Afghanistan in 2002. He will be the first Air Force service member to receive the nation's highest award for valor since the Vietnam War. It was March 4, 2002. American special operations forces were fighting to establish observation posts high above Afghanistan's Shah-i-Kot Valley, as conventional troops continued

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2018-04-20 17:36:38



Jeff Sessions reportedly warned the White House he may resign if Trump fires Rosenstein  

REUTERS/Joshua Roberts Attorney General Jeff Sessions reportedly warned the White House that if President Trump fired Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, then he might leave as well. Trump's fury toward Rosenstein reached its apex last week after it surfaced that Rosenstein had greenlit the FBI's decision to raid the personal property of Trump's longtime lawyer, Michael Cohen. Sessions' reported warning highlights the political firestorm that would likely ensue if the president ousts th

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2018-04-20 16:30:20



9 bad behaviors that could be sabotaging your relationship  

3 Arts Entertainment It's common for people to lose their own sense of self if they don't make an exerted effort to continue to grow, learn, and evolve. Consider waiting for a good time to discuss what is bothering you, instead of nagging. Even when your partner is your top priority, sometimes he or she might not feel that way if you're guilty of any of these common habits. Here, relationship experts share what are the top behaviors that can damage your relationship.Making your cell pho

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2018-04-20 13:39:26



The FAA has ordered inspections of the type of jet engines that failed on deadly Southwest flight  

NTSB/Reuters The Federal Aviation Administration has ordered airlines to inspect certain older CFM56-7B turbofan engines. A CFM56-7B failed on Southwest Airlines Flight 1380 on Tuesday, forcing the flight to make an emergency landing.  The FAA is requiring inspections to be completed within the next 20 days. The Federal Aviation Administration issued an emergency airworthiness directive (EAD) on Friday that requires airlines inspect the fan blades on certain older CFM56-7B engine

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2018-04-20 13:03:22



Kourtney Kardashian gave her birthday party guests creepy look-alike piñatas  

Kim Kardashian Snapchat/Getty Images Kourtney Kardashian had her birthday party on Thursday night. She gave every guest a look-alike piñata. The piñatas are terrifying and don't look very accurate. There's no party like a Kourtney Kardashian party, because a Kourtney Kardashian party...includes creepy, look-alike piñatas for each and every guest. Seriously. Everyone who attended Kardashian's birthday party on Thursday night got a piñata of their f

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2018-04-20 11:56:21



Automakers are facing an unprecedented shift in the industry — and it's great news for consumers  

Hollis Johnson/Business Insider The auto industry is usually thought of as a cyclical business, but the current US sales boom has lasted longer than expected. This has enabled a novel period of long-term strategic planning. "The auto industry is cyclical." You hear that all the time in the business world. Translation: in the US, sales boom and sales bust. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: The best and worst things about the Tesla Model 3See Also:GM is pulling

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2018-04-20 11:37:37



The cities where homeowners will benefit the most if Amazon's second headquarters lands there  

Harrison Jacobs/Business Insider A new report explores how much home values may rise in each of the top cities for HQ2, Amazon's second headquarters. A dramatic rise in home values is usually not great for residents overall, but it's good news for homeowners looking to sell their properties. Newark, New Jersey; Raleigh, North Carolina; and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania could see the biggest gains in home values if Amazon chooses them, according to the analysis.  Home values will likely inc

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2018-04-20 11:03:41



13 small things you can do to help the Earth every day  

Andreas Rentz/Getty Earth Day, on April 22, is a day to think about the environment and do what you can to help it. A billion people get involved every year, making it the largest civic observance in the world, according to The Telegraph. But why stop there? You can make saving the planet part of your daily lifestyle. Here are 13 small things you can do everyday to live a sustainable lifestyle and help planet Earth.Walk or bike to work. AP Photo/Peter Dejong If you live close enough to

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2018-04-20 10:09:31



I tried to live without trash for a week — and it left me cold and hungry  

Sara Hendricks The zero waste movement aims to reduce the impact that human existence has on the planet. Basic components of the lifestyle include bringing tote bags to grocery stores, using reusable water bottles, and buying lonely bananas. I tried it for a week to see how challenging it really is. If you, like me, happen to be a human who lives in the world, you should know that every single thing you do, large or small, is destroying the planet. This is harsh, but it is also true.

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2018-04-20 09:45:43



Police have reportedly identified suspects believed to be behind the Sergei Skripal poisoning  

British investigators have reportedly identified suspects in the Sergei Skripal poisoning case. The "persons of Russia" are now reportedly in Russia, which has been accused of being behind the attack. Authorities believe a deadly Russian-developed nerve agent was smeared on the ex-spy's door handle. Investigators have identified individuals believed to be behind the poisoning of Sergei and Yulia Skripal, according to a new report from The Daily Telegraph. British authorities have ma

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2018-04-20 09:27:01



Here's what 14 movies looked like before and after CGI  

Before Harry Potter soared across Hogwarts on a broomstick, he was just Daniel Radcliffe balancing on a broom in a studio's green screen room. The fantastical universes of great movies are made with CGI special effects. But before they can be rendered by visual effects artists, filmmakers first need to put the actors in strange situations. To play the dragon Smaug in the "Hobbit" movies, for example, Benedict Cumberbatch wore a motion capture suit and roared while crawling around on the flo

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2018-04-20 08:33:47



Waffle House is now serving beer for the first time ever  

Jonathan Weiss/Shutterstock Waffle House's newest location in Atlanta just added beer to the menu for the first time in the chain's history.  Along with the fan-favorite hashbrowns, customers can now order a Miller Light or Coors Light.  As of now, there are no plans to add alcohol to the menu in any of the other Waffle House locations.  Waffle House is an icon throughout the Southeast, dotting interstate exits seemingly wherever you go and a favorite of barflys after la

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2018-04-20 07:50:40



Why eating fat won't always make you gain weight  

Everyone's concerned about what to eat, and many are turning to low-fat diets as a way to curb their weight. It makes sense, right? It's literally in the name, low fat. It will make you less fat! WRONG. You could actually gain weight by avoiding fat in favor of some sugary carb options. Here's the important role fat plays in your diet. The following is a transcript of the video. Maybe you’ve been pouring skim milk on your cereal and spritzing non-fat dressing on your salad for y

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2018-04-20 06:55:19



Emabattled Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens, who faces allegations of sexual misconduct, has been charged with a felony in a separate case  

Jeff Roberson/AP St. Louis prosecutors on Friday charged Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens with a felony for using a charity donor list for his 2016 political campaign. The charge adds to the embattled first-term governor's problems. He was previously accused of taking and transmitting a nonconsensual photo of a partially nude woman with whom he had an extramarital affair in 2015. Greitens has faced increasing pressure to resign. ST. LOUIS (AP) — St. Louis prosecutors on Friday ch

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2018-04-20 06:47:09



A small family-run firm bought Flickr from Verizon and says it can bring back its glory days (VZ)  

Beck Diefenbach/Reuters Flickr, which was owned by Verizon, has been acquired by photo sharing and image hosting site SmugMug. SmugMug does not have any plans to lay off any employees nor fold Flickr into SmugMug.  The price of the deal has not been disclosed. Flickr, the once red-hot photo-sharing site, has withered under the corporate ownership of Yahoo and Verizon.  Now Flickr is part of SmugMug, a family-owned online photography firm that just bought it from Verizon.See

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2018-04-20 06:12:10



A bunch of former federal prosecutors signed a letter calling for Mueller's appointment last year — now four of them find themselves directly involved in the Michael Cohen case  

Yana Paskova/Getty Images A handful of former federal prosecutors who signed a letter calling for the appointment of a special counsel last May now find themselves playing a role in the government's case against Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump's longtime personal attorney. And it's not how you might think. Last May, 180 former federal prosecutors who worked in the US attorney's office for the Southern District of New York signed on to a letter to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosens

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2018-04-20 06:08:53



Here are the biggest revelations from Comey's memos  

BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images Former FBI director James Comey's memos are out. Shortly after the Justice Department sent copies of former FBI director James Comey's memos to Congress at the request of a group of House Republicans, news organizations got ahold of the 15-page, partially redacted documents. The memos, which detail private conversations Comey had with Donald Trump before and after he took office, outline interactions with Trump that Comey found to be questionable. Here are

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2018-04-20 05:54:44



8 things you should consider before trying to make a long-distance relationship work  

Mlasaimages/Shutterstock Long-distance relationships can be extremely difficult — you have to over-communicate, sacrifice time with friends and family, and miss out on holidays and birthdays. The author was in a long-distance relationship for five years before she relocated to be with her partner. Her advice? Consider these eight things be fore committing to a long-distance relationship.   Sometimes couples find themselves living in different cities, states, or countries. A

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2018-04-20 05:50:09



Trump went into extraordinary detail on his pitch to put reporters in jail over leaks  

REUTERS/Carlos Barria, Jonathan Ernst/File Photos President Donald Trump said he believes reporters who write about leaks should spend "a couple days in jail." The remark was noted in newly released, partially redacted memos former FBI director James Comey wrote after his early interactions with Trump in 2017. The memos were sent to Congress on Thursday, following a request from the Republican chairmen of several House committees. The release comes the same week that Comey's memoir, "A Hig

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2018-04-20 05:42:35



15 times Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle's outfits looked almost exactly the same  

Chris Jackson/Getty Images All eyes have been on Meghan Markle ever since the official announcement of her engagement to Prince Harry — especially the watchful eyes of the fashion police. Though Markle is proving to be a slightly more modern addition to the royal family than Kate Middleton, the two still have a surprisingly similar fashion sense. No matter what they're wearing, they always manage to look stunning and make each look their own. Here are 15 times the future sisters-in-law

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2018-04-20 05:33:48



The 10 most expensive countries to live in around the world  

RossHelen/Shutterstock A new ranking reveals which countries are the most expensive to live in across the world. Europe dominated the list with Switzerland, Iceland, Norway and Denmark all ranking in the top 10. Nowhere in the US even made the top 20, as the cost of living has gone down in recent years. It's fun to fantasize what life would be like if you picked up and moved across the world. And in doing so, it's easy to allow your budget constraints to slip off the radar. We all

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2018-04-20 05:28:13



Barbie apparently has a surname — and people are beyond shocked  

Ekaterina_Minaeva / Shutterstock The Barbie Twitter account has revealed that the doll's last name is Roberts. She was apparently named Barbara Millicent Roberts when she was invented in 1959. However, like many famous people, she became known only by one name. Ken's full name is apparently Ken Carson. If you grew up playing with Barbie, chances are you assumed she didn't have a surname. After all, she's got by just fine with only one name since 1959. However, fans were shocked when

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2018-04-20 05:23:08



COMEY MEMO: Trump said Putin boasted that Russia had 'some of the most beautiful hookers in the world'  

MIKHAIL KLIMENTYEV/AFP/Getty Images President Donald Trump "brought up the 'Golden Showers thing'" during a conversation he had with former FBI director James Comey, according to a leaked copy of Comey's memos published on Thursday. The "golden showers" Trump referred to stemmed from a rumor that Trump had entertained prostitutes and witnessed a sexual act while in a Moscow Ritz-Carlton hotel room in 2013. According to Comey, Trump said that 'the hookers thing' is nonsense, and that Russian

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2018-04-20 05:20:13



19-year-old suspected gunman apologizes after opening fire at Florida high school, injuring 1 person  

Doug Engle/Ocala Star-Banner via AP A 19-year-old former student is suspected of opening fire at a high school in Florida. The suspect reportedly carried a shotgun in a guitar case. The suspect fired at a closed classroom door, dropped the weapon, and ran, according to a witness. A 17-year-old boy was treated for a non-life threatening wound to the ankle. The shooting took place on a day planned for a national classroom walkout to protest gun violence. FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) &mda

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2018-04-20 05:15:33



Theresa May told officials to 'toughen up' controversial 'go home' immigration vans  

WPA Pool / Getty Exclusive: A former senior Home Office official tells Business Insider that Theresa May personally intervened to ensure " the controversial "go home or face arrest" immigration vans were "toughened up". The source rubbishes claims by May's former chief of staff Nick Timothy that May had actually been opposed to their use and that they had been approved without her knowledge. "The Home Secretary [was] spoken to on holiday in Switzerland and the wording was slightly changed.

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2018-04-20 05:14:36



Amazing uncovered photos of famed war journalist Ernie Pyle show a rarely seen side of World War II  

National Archives The National Archives released a number of photos of famed World War II war correspondent Ernie Pyle on Wednesday — exactly 73 years after he was killed near Okinawa, Japan. Pyle was killed on Ie Island when he was riding in a Jeep with a colonel, the Associated Press reported at the time. While driving near an Army command post, a Japanese machine gun above a ridge opened up on them. "We all jumped out of the jeep and dived into a roadside ditch," Lieut

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2018-04-20 05:05:19



DJ and producer Avicii has died at 28  

Avicii/PressSwedish DJ and producer Tim Bergling, known by his stage name Avicii, has died at the age of 28, his representatives told Variety.  "It is with profound sorrow that we announce the loss of Tim Bergling, also known as Avicii," his representatives said in a statement. "He was found dead in Muscat, Oman this Friday afternoon local time, April 20th. The family is devastated and we ask everyone to please respect their need for privacy in this difficult time.

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2018-04-20 04:53:42



North and South Korea will take turns rehearsing their historic summit in the 'truce village' of Panmunjom  

North Korea and South Korea will take turns rehearsing for their joint summit in the same venue where they're scheduled to meet. That venue is the Peace House in the "truce village" of Panmunjom, along the DMZ. South Korea will use the building on Tuesday and Thursday, and North Korea will rehearse there on Tuesday or Wednesday. It's unknown how Kim Jong Un will arrive for the meeting, but officials are reportedly preparing for a historic walk across the Korean border. North Ko

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2018-04-20 04:52:23



Wawa makes history and is voted America's favorite sandwich shop  

Hollis Johnson Wawa was voted the best sandwich shop in the US, despite only having locations on the East Coast.  This was the first time in history a convenience store was awarded top place.  The store is known for its fresh, made-to-order sandwiches and hoagies.  It is a momentous day for the Wawa fans. The East coast chain broke records to become the first convenience store to be voted the best sandwich shop in the US in Market Force Information's annual su

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2018-04-20 04:35:13



Critics are slamming Chat, the new iMessage-like service coming soon to all Android phones, for not having end-to-end encryption in 2018  

Hollis Johnson/Business Insider The standard "Messages" app for Android will soon be replaced with a new app called "Chat." Chat is not a Google service, although Google did help make it.  Chat is based on a new universal standard called "RCS," or "Rich Communication Services," which is designed to supplant SMS. It supports read receipts, full-resolution photos and video, and group texts, among other features. Chat did not get an upgrade from SMS in the encryption department. Chat is

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2018-04-20 04:24:03



Mueller's authority in the Russia investigation has been called into question by a federal judge  

Alex Wong/Getty Images A federal judge raised concerns on Thursday about the scope of special counsel Robert Mueller's authority in the Russia investigation. The judge's questions over Mueller's power in the Russia probe came up in a hearing in the criminal case involving President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman ,Paul Manafort. A federal judge raised concerns on Thursday about the scope of special counsel Robert Mueller's authority in the Russia investigation, according to Poli

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2018-04-20 04:15:30



Your DNA determines whether you're an introvert or an extrovert — here's how to tell which one you are  

Shutterstock It is unlikely that you are entirely an extrovert or an introvert. It's more likely you are somewhere in the middle — but many of us associate with one side more than the other. Scientific evidence has shown how extroverts and introverts differ in both behaviour and biology. The way you are is written in your DNA, so it's unlikely you'll be able to change it. At some point in your life, you've probably been described as an extrovert or an introvert. It's true that m

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2018-04-20 03:37:20



China is obsessed with stopping jaywalkers — and is now spraying them with water  

One city in China has built bollards that spray jaywalkers with water, and tell pedestrians that "Crossing is dangerous." The system also uses facial recognition technology to capture and shame wayward walkers. Facial recognition technology is being used more frequently to target jaywalkers because of a high number of road fatalities and traffic jams. But in an increasingly strict China, police may want to clamp down on overt law breakers. Jaywalkers may soon lose points on their socia

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2018-04-20 03:36:22



The 23 major cities with the worst quality of life in the world  

Joe Penney/REUTERS Every year consultancy firm releases a ranking of the cities with the highest quality of life in the world. The cities are broadly speaking, large conurbations in the Western world, with a handful in east Asia and Australia. But where are the cities with the worst quality of life? Business Insider took a look. The cities are generally in Africa and the Middle East, where war, poverty, and weak infrastructure are common. Mercer has released its Quality of L

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2018-04-20 03:35:29



John Legend is concerned how his 2-year-old daughter with Chrissy Teigen will adjust to being a big sister: 'I think she'll have some growing pains'  

Elaine Thompson/AP Photo John Legend and his wife Chrissy Teigen are expecting their second child, a baby boy, in June. During a conversation at the Tribeca Film Festival, Legend said he's been getting advice on how to introduce two-year-old daughter Luna to their son. He's a bit concerned about how Luna will react to another person in the house. "She's talking a lot and she's used to being the center of everything right now," the singer told press and fans. Chrissy Teigen and her hus

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2018-04-20 03:13:32



The Premier League's longest-serving manager Arsène Wenger has dramatically quit Arsenal after 22 years  

Getty Images Arsène Wenger has resigned from Premier League club Arsenal FC. The Gunners boss ends a 22-year relationship with the North London team. He will leave at the end of the season.   The Premier League's longest-serving manager Arsène Wenger has dramatically quit Arsenal FC.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: What it takes to be an NBA refereeSee Also:WHERE ARE THEY NOW? The Lance Armstrong team that dominated the Tour de FranceThe 18 sh

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2018-04-20 03:09:12



South and North Korea sets up a telephone hotline between leaders  

Lee Jin-man/AP North and South Korea installed a telephone hotline ahead of the upcoming summit. The two countries conducted a test call that lasted a little over four minutes. "The phone was connected in a smooth manner, and the quality of the call was very good," a South Korean official said. North and South Korea have installed a telephone hotline between their leaders as they prepare for a rare summit next week aimed at resolving the nuclear standoff with Pyongyang. South Korea's

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2018-04-20 03:05:45



The indicator with an almost perfect record of predicting US recessions is edging towards a tipping point  

Arkaprava Ghosh / Barcroft India/ Barcroft Media via Getty Images The US yield curve is flattening, a normal scenario at a time when the US Federal Reserve is lifting interest rates. When the curve has turned negative in the past — where short-dated yields are higher than for longer-dates — it has almost always indicated that a recession will occur within two years. Macquarie Bank doesn’t expect the curve to turn negative until the end of 2019, but it says 2020 will be a &

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2018-04-20 02:52:37



40 signs you're an adult even if you feel like you're not  

FOX Over the past few years, the word "adulting" has become a popular way to describe the process of growing up and learning how to be independent. Some big-picture concepts or responsibilities you might associate with adulthood include paying the bills, finding a career path, and figuring out your purpose in life. But a new study found that some people also define "adulting" by a number of simple activities that you probably do every day. In a recent survey of 2,000 millennials, Ma

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2018-04-20 02:45:32



The CEO of Barclays is being fined for trying to unmask an anonymous whistleblower  

REUTERS/Peter Nicholls Barclays CEO facing fine from FCA and PRA over his attempts to identify 2016 whistleblower. The FCA and PRA will monitor Barclay's whistleblowing programme going forward. The decisions bring the regulators' year-long investigation into the incident to a close. LONDON — UK regulators have decided Barclays CEO Jes Staley must pay a fine for his attempts to try and identify an internal bank whistleblower back in 2016. Barclays announced on Friday that the Fin

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2018-04-20 02:40:27



30 eco-friendly alternatives for things you use every day  

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 As I'm writing this, it isn't possible for millions of humans to live on Mars. The closest we’ve gotten so far is watching Matt Damon try to grow potatoes there in a futuristic space film.  Because of that, many people are worried about how we treat the planet we already have, and with good reason. The alarming data surrou

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2018-04-20 02:31:22



Facebook doubled its European lobbying spend to $3 million to handle crises like fake news and terrorism (FB)  

Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Filings show Facebook shelled out a record amount on its European lobbying operations in 2017, doubling spend to $3 million. The company faced multiple crises last year, including the spread of fake news, terrorist content, and election interference. European officials have called on Mark Zuckerberg and other senior Facebook execs to appear before the European Parliament to explain the Cambridge Analytica scandal. This year won't be any easier for Fac

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2018-04-20 02:19:42



The US just labeled China, Russia, Iran, and North Korea as 'morally reprehensible' governments that violate human rights  

AFP/Getty Images WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. State Department on Friday labeled China, Russia, Iran and North Korea as "morally reprehensible" governments it said violated human rights within their borders on a daily basis, making them "forces of instability as a result." In releasing the department's Country Reports on Human Rights Practices for 2017, acting Secretary of State John Sullivan said the latest U.S. National Security Strategy recognized that corrupt and weak governance threate

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2018-04-20 02:09:21



Hong Kong is so expensive that a single parking space just broke a property record  

Shutterstock A car space in Hong Kong's Kowloon district is being rented for or HK$10,000 (US$1,274).    This appears to be the most rent ever paid for a Hong Kong parking space, costing more than some of the city's smallest apartments. Hong Kong continues to break records for its high cost of living. Hong Kong real estate is among the priciest in the world, with record-breaking apartments being sold for well over $70 million. But it's not just living spaces in Ho

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2018-04-20 01:39:06



COMEY MEMOS: Trump complained about Mike Flynn's 'serious judgment issues'  

Mario Tama/Getty Images President Donald Trump told former FBI director James Comey that he was concerned about former national security adviser Michael Flynn's judgment. The details were outlined in a memo written by Comey, shortly after the conversation. Trump blamed Flynn for a delay in returning a congratulatory phone call, after his inauguration. President Donald Trump told former FBI Director James Comey that he had serious concerns about the judgment of his first national securi

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2018-04-20 01:38:04



A group of 50 Central American migrants who set out from southern Mexico in late March have reached the US border  

Edgard Garrido/Reuters A group of 50 Central American migrants who set out from southern Mexico in late March have reached the U.S. border. Some of the migrants began arriving in the Mexican border city of Tijuana and have requested asylum in the U.S. The population of the migrant caravan peaked at around 1,500 people. MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - A group of 50 Central American migrants who set out from southern Mexico in late March have reached the U.S. border, having endured the long jour

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2018-04-20 01:14:55



The median employee at Salesforce made $155,284 last year — just 3% what CEO Marc Benioff took home (CRM)  

Salesforce The median Salesforce employee made $155,284 during fiscal year 2018, which ended January 31. That's just 3% of CEO Marc Benioff's compensation for the fiscal year: $4,653,362. While Benioff's seven-figure salary is nothing to gawk at, it doesn't tell the full story. Equity wasn't included in the fiscal year 2018 figures, and his real salary is closer to $13.2 million.  The median employee at Salesforce made a total of $155,284 in fiscal year 2018, according to a p

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2018-04-20 01:12:55



NUCOR CEO: I'm not worried about the steel market's biggest fear  

Reuters/China Daily CDIC Some steel buyers are signing longer-term contracts with steel suppliers amid fears of a looming steel shortage. There will not be a steel supply shortage in the US, according to Nucor CEO Jon Ferriola. Nucor reported earnings Thursday.  Watch Nucor trade in real time here. Nucor CEO Jon Ferriola says he's not worried about the steel market's biggest fear — a looming supply shortage.   "There's not going to be a shortage of steel in this

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2018-04-20 01:08:30



2 sheriff's deputies killed in suspected ambush in Florida  

WTXL Two sheriff's deputies in Florida were shot and killed during a suspected ambush in a restaurant. The suspect is dead. The suspect is believed to have walked up to the restaurant and shot the deputies through the window. Two sheriff's deputies in Trenton, Florida, were killed in a suspected ambush, according to multiple news reports published on Thursday. The deputies from the Gilchrist County Sheriff's Office were reportedly killed at around 3 p.m. in a restaurant, according to

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2018-04-19 21:17:32



A new health warning says you should stop eating romaine lettuce after an E. coli outbreak landed 31 people in hospital  

Julie Deshaies/Shutterstock According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, romaine lettuce from Yuma, Arizona, might be the cause of the latest E. coli outbreak. So far, there have been 53 cases of E. coli in 11 states and 31 individuals were hospitalized. Five of the people who were hospitalized ended up developing a type of kidney failure called hemolytic uremic syndrome. Health officials are warning the public to avoid consuming romaine lettuce for the time being. 

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2018-04-19 19:31:57



Apple has a new iPhone-destroying robot called Daisy that can disassemble 200 phones in an hour (AAPL)  

Apple Apple announced they have a new robot called "Daisy" that takes apart iPhones for the valuable materials within.  It can disassemble 200 iPhones per hour, according to Apple.  Greenpeace, the environmental group, said Apple should focus on designing longer-lasting and upgradeable products instead. Apple's got a new robot. You can't buy this 'bot, though — it's only for Apple's use. The robot, named Daisy, takes apart old iPhones so that the valuable materials in

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2018-04-19 18:51:46



Corruption at Venezuela's state-run oil company is pushing the country deeper into a crisis  

Reuters/Carlos Garcia Rawlins Venezuela is already deep in an economic crisis.  The state-run oil company PDVSA is the country's main source of revenue. Military officials recently took over PDVSA and it's losing tens of thousands of workers.  The decline of Venezuela’s oil production for the foreseeable future has been assumed, and to a large extent, already priced into the market. However, an acceleration in the rate of decline is possible, and a few recent developmen

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2018-04-19 18:46:24



Trump decided not to fire Rosenstein after being told he wasn't a target in the Cohen probe, reports say  

Evan Vucci/AP Deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein reportedly told President Donald Trump last week that he is not a target in the FBI's investigation into Trump's lawyer, Michael Cohen. Shortly after, Trump is said to have told close advisers that because he was not a target of the probe, it was not the right time to fire Rosenstein. Trump was infuriated with Rosenstein since last week and was seriously considering ousting him after it emerged that the FBI raided Cohen's property and sei

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2018-04-19 18:40:46



Another year into retirement, Michael Phelps explains why he's 'glad' he's not swimming and how he channels his competitiveness  

Susan Walsh/AP Michael Phelps is two years removed from competitive swimming and said he doesn't miss it. Since the Olympics, Phelps has become something of a mentor to other athletes, from winter Olympians to Katie Ledecky to Tiger Woods. Phelps has also found passion in promoting several campaigns like water conservation, water safety, and mental health. Michael Phelps has conflicting thoughts when it comes to swimming and racing. Now two years removed from a successful campaign at

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2018-04-19 16:09:29



Chuck Schumer is introducing legislation to 'decriminalize' marijuana at the federal level  

Alex Wong/Getty Images Sen. Chuck Schumer is introducing legislation to decriminalize marijuana at the federal level as early as next week. Schumer joins a growing chorus of bipartisan lawmakers who are advocating for marijuana legalization. Sen. Chuck Schumer, the top Democrat in the Senate, is introducing a bill to decriminalize marijuana at the federal level. "Ultimately, it’s the right thing to do. Freedom. If smoking marijuana doesn’t hurt anybody else, why shouldn&rsq

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2018-04-19 14:56:48



A bidding war is brewing over $50 billion drugmaker Shire (SHPG, TKPYY, AGN)  

Reuters Shire rejected Takeda's $60 billion takeover bid on Thursday. Allergan then confirmed it was "in the early stages of considering a possible offer" for Shire, potentially creating a bidding war for the $50 billion drugmaker. That sent Allergan's stock price spiralling, down more than 8%.  CNBC then reported Thursday afternoon that Allergan would not make a bid for Shire, with Allergan's share price rebounding in the aftermath of that report. There's a $60 billion bidding w

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2018-04-19 13:34:52



These are candied EGG YOLKS  

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2018-04-19 13:31:48



20 hidden beaches around the world that locals don't even know about  

Shutterstock Having the perfect beach day isn't an easy feat. Although time to unwind and relax along shimmering blue waters is ideal, we all know that crowds tend to ruin that, turning what should be fun-in-the-sun into a struggle to find some peace and quiet away from rowdy, loud beachgoers. To help you plan for your next beach day, we've rounded up 20 hidden, little-known beach gems around the world. From a beach in Bali with its own nearby Hindu temple complex to waters frequented more by

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2018-04-19 13:30:37



The Mexican peso is getting slammed amid political uncertainty  

AP Photo/Marco Ugarte The Mexican peso was down nearly 1.50% on Thursday afternoon. The dive came after a poll showed strong support for presidential candidate and staunch leftist Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador. Obrador has a 22 point lead in the July presidential race, according to a poll. The Mexican peso dove Thursday amid ongoing political uncertainty and as North American trade partners met to negotiate a new NAFTA deal. The peso was down 1.42% versus the dollar at 12:41 p.m. ET, er

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2018-04-19 13:16:28



China could do one thing to help internationalize the yuan — but it probably won't  

Reuters China is introducing an oil futures contract that is denominated in yuan. That's in effort to internationalize the yuan and pull global reliance away from the dollar. But that's not likely without removing capital controls — an unlikely move for Beijing.  Council on Foreign Relations As we documented in a post one year ago, what The Economist once called the “unstoppable” internationalization of China’s currency—the RMB&mdas

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2018-04-19 12:46:10



You're bending over all wrong — here's the right way  

Whether it'd be picking something off the floor or tying your shoelace, we bend over to the floor every day. But have you realized that you might be doing it wrong and causing irreversible damage to your spine and back? With the help of professionals like Stuart McGill, the author of "Back Mechanics" and Jean Couch, an expert on spine alignment, we discovered the proper way everyone should bend over. Following is a transcript of the video. If you’re American, chances are you’re bend

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2018-04-19 11:59:40



Former FBI director James Comey's memos have been released to Congress  

Drew Angerer/Getty Images Former FBI director James Comey's memos, some of which documented his conversations with President Donald Trump, have been released to members of Congress. The Justice Department said that the "unusual events occurring since the previous limited disclosure" allowed them to release Comey's memos. Republicans sought the immediate release of the memos and said there was "no legal basis for withholding these materials from Congress." Former FBI director James Come

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2018-04-19 11:56:08



The Cleveland Browns are considering a bold strategy — taking 2 quarterbacks in the NFL Draft  

Getty Images The Cleveland Browns, who own an unusual number of high picks in this year's draft, have considered using two of those picks on a quarterback.  Such a strategy would be unconventional, but it makes sense as the NFL draft is incredibly random.  The Browns have spent nearly two decades trying and failing to land a quarterback who could lead the franchise to prolonged success.  The Cleveland Browns are a franchise in a miserable state right now, coming off of a

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2018-04-19 11:33:17



This is how MOVIE MAKEUP comes to life  

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2018-04-19 11:28:48



8 royal traditions you'll definitely see at Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's wedding  

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have broken tradition before but chances are they won't when it comes to these 8 royal traditions.  Markle will most likely carry a sprig of myrtle as her bouquet and use a Welsh gold ring as her wedding band.  After the wedding, the entire royal family will take a portrait in Buckingham Palace.  They’ve been known to break tradition before—will they keep these? Carrying a sprig of myrtle Dan Kitwood/Getty ImagesSee

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2018-04-19 11:13:36



2 people dead after plane crash near Belfast Airport  

Google Maps/Business Insider Two people have died after a light aircraft died near Belfast Airport in Ireland. Police have not yet identified the deceased in the crash, which happened shortly after noon on Thursday. Britain's Air Accidents Investigation Branch is investigating. Two people have died following a light aircraft crash near Belfast International Airport on Thursday, police have confirmed. The plane crashed around three miles from the airport's runway shortly after noon, ne

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2018-04-19 11:05:51



Here's why crypto isn't accepted for more everyday transactions  

AP/Jeff Chiu) Cryptocurrencies are accepted at more than 11,000 brick-and-mortar retailers globally. But crypto users are struggling to use it for more everyday transactions. That's due to a number of things, including price volatility and hefty transaction fees.  In the original whitepaper, Satoshi Nakamoto envisioned Bitcoin as a peer-to-peer version of electronic cash that would facilitate transactions without the oversight on a trustworthy, centralized party. Since then, cryp

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2018-04-19 11:04:49



What you need to know on Wall Street today  

Welcome to Finance Insider, Business Insider's summary of the top stories of the past 24 hours. Sign up here to get the best of Business Insider delivered direct to your inbox. There's a $60 billion bidding war brewing for Shire, the maker of ADHD medications like Adderall. Shire has already rejected an offer of that amount from Japan's Takeda. Shire said in a statement that Takeda's $60 billion bid "continues to significantly undervalue the company and Shire's growth prospects and p

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2018-04-19 09:39:20



MoviePass' parent company is getting crushed after selling shares at massive discount (HMNY)  

Markets Insider MoviePass' parent company, Helios & Matheson, lost 40% in trading Thursday.  The company said late Wednesday it had sold millions of shares at a hefty discount. Its losses come just days after its auditor said there's "substantial doubt" about its ability to stay in business as it reported a $150.8 million loss. Follow HMNY stock in real-time here. Shares of Helios & Matheson Information Technology, the parent company of MoviePass, sank more than 40% Thurs

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2018-04-19 09:38:19



An airline pilot explains how the Southwest engine failed  

Amanda Bourman/AP Southwest Airlines flight 1380 suffered an engine failure on Tuesday forcing the pilot to make an emergency landing.  Airline pilot and author Patrick Smith explains that there are two ways a plane's engine can fail. The Southwest Airline's flight suffered what is known as uncontained engine failure.  However, Smith said that in general, aircraft engines are incredibly reliable, and unconfined failures are the rarest type of malfunction. Editor's note: 

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2018-04-19 09:27:12



This mini spatula lets you lick your plate clean so you don't waste any food  

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2018-04-19 09:16:23



8 common words you probably didn't know came from TV shows  

NBC TV shows like Friends, SNL, The Simpsons, and Seinfeld have made a lasting cultural impact. They even added words to the dictionary. Once these TV shows aired, words like "spam," "regifting," and "going commando" became part of common parlance. Television plays an important role in society — it educates, connects with us emotionally, offers cultural commentary, and makes us laugh. But TV plays an important linguistic role as well. Language experts play close attention to the

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2018-04-19 09:15:19



China is boosting its undersea-warfare capabilities — and stealing US technology to do so, a US admiral says  

Guang Niu/Getty China is rapidly developing its undersea-warfare capabilities. That progress is being facilitated by stolen technology, according to a US admiral. China has made marked advancements in its undersea-warfare capabilities and is using stolen US technology to further that progress, US Adm. Philip Davidson told the Senate Armed Services Committee on Tuesday. Davidson, who was before the committee as the nominee to lead US Pacific Command, told senators in written testimony t

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2018-04-19 09:11:55



Here's what's considered normal after an IUD insertion — and what's not  

Sarah Schmalbruch/INSIDER You might experience some unpleasant symptoms after an IUD insertion — but it doesn't always mean something's wrong. It's normal to have some cramping, spotting, and even light bleeding after an insertion.  But you should call a doctor if you have heavy bleeding or severe pain. If you recently started using an intrauterine device (IUD), let us be the first to say congrats. You're now the proud owner of the long-lasting, effective, reversible, h

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2018-04-19 08:25:23



The 9 biggest differences between Japanese and American diets  

Chris Hyde/Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images Rice, fish, vegetables, and pickles — those are some of the staples of the Japanese diet. Around the globe, Americans love meat, potatoes, cheese, and dairy products. It's quite a contrast, so let's dig a little deeper into what makes up the traditional Japanese diet, why scientists believe it is so healthy — and just what makes it so different than what Americans eat.  Japanese food portions are smaller. Jason Kempin/Getty In Am

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2018-04-19 08:23:10



SURVEY: London will lose its crown as the world's global financial centre within 5 years  

London has been named the world’s leading financial sector by a Duff & Phelps report, which surveys senior financial professionals. The majority of professionals said they believe London will lose its top status by 2023. Julian Korek, Head Compliance Consulting at Duff & Phelps, said “There is still a lot of hard work ahead for the City if it wants to retain the top position in a post-Brexit climate. When it comes to shaping London’s future outside of the EU, dec

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2018-04-19 06:34:03



10 reasons you might think food's gone bad when it's actually still safe to eat  

Most foods are safe well beyond their use by, best by and sell by dates. After cutting away mold, hard foods such as Parmesan cheese can still be consumed. If meat changes color in your fridge or freezer, that alone is not an indication that it's spoiled. If you have trouble deciphering the difference between food safety and food quality, you're not the only one. Food waste not only costs American families hundreds of dollars a year, it's also the single largest component found in

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2018-04-19 06:24:11



The Chinese navy challenged Australian warships in the South China Sea as it conducted its largest-ever naval parade  

Australian warships were "challenged" by the Chinese navy earlier this month. Three Australian navy ships were sailing through the South China Sea when they faced a polite but "robust" encounter with the People's Liberation Army, according to the ABC. The interaction is believed to have occurred at about the same time as China's largest-ever naval parade.   Three of Australia's warships were "challenged" by the Chinese navy in the South China Sea earlier this month, according

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2018-04-19 06:09:59



What you eat everyday has a major impact on your chances of getting pregnant  

m01229/Flickr/Attribution 2.0 Your diet can potentially affect your fertility in a number of ways. Though there are no specific foods that will increase your chances of getting pregnant, maintaining a healthy diet is beneficial for fertility. Limiting your intake of caffeine and trans fats is a good idea. Overweight women struggling with PCOS might benefit from losing weight. Your diet can play a role in how much energy you have, how you sleep, how you look and feel , and so much more

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2018-04-19 06:06:38



Here's how Donald Trump has changed since the '80s  

Donald Trump has been a public figure since the '80s, but that image has been overshadowed by his recent presidency. Tina Brown, author of "The Vanity Fair Diaries," discusses how much Trump has changed since then. Tina Brown: I decided at Vanity Fair to buy an extract of his new book, The Art of the Deal, and I bought it because I love the voice in the book. I thought to myself, this is BS but it's authentic BS. That was critical thing, I loved his voice. I thought, you know what, I know he's

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2018-04-19 05:58:46



Americans agree housing is a good investment — but some deeper differences reveal how severe the new crisis is becoming  

Flickr/Franco Folini The majority of Americans think housing is a good investment, a survey by the New York Federal Reserve showed. But there are interesting differences by region.  The regions most optimistic on housing are also the most expensive and most competitive for people trying to make that investment.  It's especially tough in the cheapest end of the market, where demand is strongest.  More than a decade after the housing bust, most Americans agree that a

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2018-04-19 05:49:29



Motorola's brand-new $250 Moto G6 makes me question why I pay so much for a smartphone  

Antonio Villas-Boas/Business Insider Motorola finally announced the Moto G6 – the successor to the Moto G5, our favorite mid-range device – on Thursday during an event in Brazil.  Every time I check out a new Moto G smartphone, I question why I pay so much for the high-end flagships. There was no exception when I checked out the Moto G6 at a pre-brief demo event in New York City. When it boils down to it, Motorola's "G" series smartphones do everything I need a smartphone to d

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2018-04-19 05:48:56



A hedge fund that has been predicting Tesla will crash within months just got even more bearish  

Bill Pugliano / Stringer / Getty Images A Chicago hedge fund was already betting on Tesla crashing within months.  They say the company is overvalued and it now comprises about 98% of their short book.  They just got even more bearish and think the company's reckoning is imminent. A few weeks ago, we shared a note about Tesla from the hedge fund Vilas Capital Management. The firm, which is short the shares, said “Tesla is going to crash in the next 3-6 month

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2018-04-19 05:42:49



2 clear winners emerged after Trump's rift with his own administration over Russia blew wide open  

Spencer Platt/Getty Images The White House's latest public flare-up involves a full-scale spat between President Donald Trump and one of his top cabinet officials on the most hot-button foreign policy issue facing this administration: Russia. After the president flipped his position on new US sanctions on Russia, Nikki Haley, the US ambassador to the United Nations who announced the sanctions, refused to allow the White House to paint her as "confused." Meanwhile, Russia stands to benefit f

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2018-04-19 05:18:49



Saudi Arabia might not be able to afford its multibillion dollar mega-projects  

Jordan Pix / Stringer / Getty Images Saudi Arabia has invested in a flurry of multi-billion dollar projects. Most people think it is an extremely rich nation that can afford these projects, even without its oil giant Aramco. But that may be far from the reality — a list of challenges against the country's budget is growing.  Most headlines with "Saudi Arabia" in them seem to feature a hefty sum of money. A US$500-billion smart city here, a US$200-billion 

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2018-04-19 05:12:14



Philadelphia authorities are reportedly investigating 'suspicious' death of H.R. McMaster's elderly father  

AP Photo/Andrew Harnik Homicide investigators in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, are reportedly looking into the death of former national security adviser H.R. McMaster's 84-year-old father, WPVI-TV reported Wednesday night. McMaster Sr. died after allegedly suffering a head injury in a fall, according to the local news outlet, which cited unnamed sources. Investigators were also looking into staff members who reportedly told McMaster's family that records related to the elder McMaster's death

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2018-04-19 05:01:01



Trump delivered Japan a huge win on one part of the US's upcoming talks with North Korea  

Andrew Harnik/Associated Press President Donald Trump agreed to raise one of Japan's most important political issues with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. While meeting with Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, Trump said he would try to resolve the issue of more than a dozen Japanese citizens that were abducted by North Korea in the 1970s. This is a huge win for Abe, whose support back home has plummeted as Japan fadded into the background on fast-moving talks with North Korea. But one expert told

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2018-04-19 04:40:11



Ariana Grande has a low ponytail now and it's kind of blowing our minds  

Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP Ariana Grande is known for wearing her hair in a high ponytail. In a promotional picture for her upcoming single "No Tears Left to Cry," Grande's hair is styled in a low ponytail. Fans have no idea how to feel about it. Go ahead, try to name a more iconic duo than Ariana Grande and her high ponytail. That's right — you probably can't. But in new promotional pictures for the star's upcoming single "No Tears Left to Cry," Grande's ponytail sits

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2018-04-19 04:36:09



Tesla's Model 3 struggles have traders paying record prices to protect against a stock drop (TSLA)  

Tesla's stock has been remarkably resilient in recent days even as negative headwinds continue to pile up. Still, traders are paying close to the highest premium on record to protect against a big drop in the company's stock, indicating that worries linger under the surface. Follow Tesla's stock price here. Based on how Tesla's stock has reacted to the past week's events, one might think it's downright invincible at this point. Take Tuesday's price action for instance. Following an

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2018-04-19 03:54:59



France's Macron to visit the US as disputes over trade, Iran threaten his bromance with Trump  

REUTERS/Stephane Mahe French President Emmanuel Macron and President Donald Trump have always gotten along, and a trip to the US from Macron may test that relationship as disputes over trade and Iran loom. "We've built a strong relationship. We disagree on several topics. I'm always extremely direct and frank and he is too. Sometimes I manage to convince him, sometimes I fail," Macron said of Trump. Trump has given the European Union until May 1 to negotiate permanent exemptions from steel

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2018-04-19 03:36:47



Saudi Arabia just screened 'Black Panther,' its first movie in 35 years — but a crucial 40 seconds of it were censored  

Center for International Communication Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia screened Marvel blockbuster "Black Panther" on Wednesday night, the first film to be shown in more than three decades.   But crucial scenes in the film were censored.  Despite the lifting of a 35-year ban on cinemas, movies in Saudi Arabia can expect strong censorship, particularly around scenes which feature sex, LGBT representation, and religious issues.  Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman is making e

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2018-04-19 02:59:59



'Shame on me': Philadelphia police commissioner apologizes to 2 black men arrested while waiting inside a Starbucks  

Good Morning America Philadelphia police Commissioner Richard Ross has apologized to the two black men who were arrested while waiting inside a Starbucks in the city on April 12. "I should have said the officers acted within the scope of the law, and not that they didn't do anything wrong," Ross said. "Words are very important." The two men, Rashon Nelson and his business partner, Donte Robinson, were approached at their table and were asked if they needed help. Later, the police were calle

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2018-04-19 02:45:33



Snapchat is doubling down on its biggest advantage by allowing users to jump from AR lenses to shopping in one click (SNAP)  

Snapchat/Coty Snapchat is adding a new "Shop Now" button that users can tap to install an app, watch a video or even shop for products — all within the app. The button is available on an enhanced version of its lens product that Snapchat is calling the "Shoppable AR" lens. It is a way to fully close the sales loop for marketers looking to drive actual returns on their investment. Marketers including beauty Coty, Adidas, game-maker King and film studio STX Entertainment are

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2018-04-19 02:39:36



Nissan's premium luxury brand Infiniti looks to dethrone Tesla in China  

Infiniti Nissan’s premium brand Infiniti plans to at least triple sales in China within the next five years The carmaker plans to do this in part by making four additional car models locally and shifting to more electric and hybrid vehicles. That means Infiniti will aim to boost sales in the world’s biggest auto market to roughly 150,000 vehicles a year, up from 48,000 last year. BEIJING (Reuters) - Nissan’s premium brand Infiniti plans to at least triple sales i

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2018-04-19 02:35:13



13 easy, legitimate ways to make extra money this month — that you probably haven't considered yet  

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. Finances are one of the biggest sources of stress for millions of Americans. According to the Center for Financial Services Innovation, 57% of Americans are struggling financially, but between work, school, and other life obligations, it can be hard to find the time to supplement our existing incomes. Many of us are looking for smar

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2018-04-19 02:28:57



The Las Vegas Golden Knights had never played a game a year ago and are now co-favorites to win the Stanley Cup  

Harry How/Getty Images  The Las Vegas Golden Knights, an expansion team that started the season with 200-1 odds to win the Stanley Cup, are now co-favorites.  The Golden Knights success as an expansion franchise has been historic, and it would be unprecedented for them to win a championship this year.  The Las Vegas Golden Knights have had an unbelievable season as an expansion team. One useful metric to put how shocking the team has been, in true Vegas fashion, is gambli

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2018-04-19 02:19:49



The CFA is the most brutal exam in the world of finance — here's what the questions look like  

Digital Trends More than 100,000 people a year take the exam to earn the Chartered Financial Analyst qualification. It is notoriously difficult —  fewer than 50% of people pass the first level. Below are seven questions from recent sample papers to give a flavour of the test. Every year thousands of young people embark on one of the most mentally grueling experiences of their lives by taking the Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) exams. The CFA has three levels and is a

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2018-04-19 02:05:27



Uber's top choice for chief financial officer is reportedly VMware's Zane Rowe  

Ginnette Riquelme/Reuters Uber is reportedly close to picking VMware Inc's Zane Rowe for chief financial officer. Rowe is currently the CFO of VMware. Uber's board of directors has agreed to take the company public in 2019. Uber Technologies has picked VMware Inc's Zane Rowe as the top candidate for chief financial officer to lead preparations for the ride-hailing company's initial public offering in 2019, Bloomberg reported on Wednesday. The Silicon Valley startup is in advanced talk

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2018-04-19 01:41:23



Wells Fargo nears $1 billion settlement for loan abuses  

Brendan McDermid/Reuters The U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency reportedly proposed Wells Fargo to pay a penalty to resolve probes into auto insurance and mortgage lending abuses. The CFPB has been readying sanctions alongside the OCC, Wells Fargo's day-to-day regulator. Last week, the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) proposed Wells Fargo to pay the penalty to

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2018-04-19 01:40:15



The leader of one of Asia's richest economies says a US-China trade war could threaten 'the security and stability of the world'  

Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Lee Hsien Loong, the prime minister of Singapore, warned in an op-ed that a US-China trade war could endanger global security and the world economy. "Ultimately, what is at stake is war and peace, and the security and stability of the world," Lee said. "The United States, China and the rest of the world have too much at stake." The brewing trade war between the US and China could undermine not only the global trade order, but also the safety of the world, t

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2018-04-19 01:25:58






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