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Under Armour Inc (UAA) Stock Stopped Bleeding, But It’s Still a Dead End  



2017-04-30 14:00:21
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How our universe will end: 'The black holes will eat up everything else in the universe'  

Robbert Dijkgraaf is a theoretical physicist and Leon Levy Professor at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton. He is also the co-author of "The Usefulness of Useless Knowledge." In this video, he explains how our universe will meet its death. Following is a transcript of the video. The black holes will eat up everything else in the universe. I'm Robbert Dijkgraaf. I'm the Director and Leon Levy Professor at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, and I'm a theoretical

2017-04-30 13:42:41
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Recovering heroin addict explains why so many people fail out of rehab after a few days  

Andi Peterson, a 26-year-old from Utah, went through half a dozen substance treatment programs and countless detox centers during her years-long heroin addiction. In those many stints, she found that she and many other addicts tended to fail out of treatment within a week of arriving. She told Business Insider there's a major reason why.  Opioids, unlike many other substances, can rewire the brain and radically change thought patterns. The powerful physical addiction pr

2017-04-30 13:42:35
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A $28 billion hedge fund is pushing into machine learning (EMG)  

Lucasfilm/DisneyMan GLG, a UK hedge fund overseeing $28.8 billion of assets as of March 31, is embracing machine learning. The group has created a new position titled "head of machine learning." The new role will oversee development of Man GLG's machine learning capabilities involving news and social media analysis, breaking market news, and visualizing complex data. "We believe that machine learning techniques present an opportunity for discretionary investment managers, providing...

2017-04-30 13:36:02
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How Microsoft's artificial intelligence helps make the perfect Twizzler and sell you underwear (MSFT)  

REUTERS/Jim YoungIt's true. Artificial intelligence can be used to make better Twizzlers. And sell more underwear. And ship goods around the world. And improve a bunch of other non-digital tasks that have been around for decades or centuries. That was the message from Microsoft last week during its "Digital Difference" event in New York highlighting a bunch of new partners that have adopted the company's digital backbone to improve their businesses. Hershey's, the shipping giant Maersk, Fruit o

2017-04-30 13:28:25
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Our kids will face a workplace that is completely different from today's — here's how to prepare them  

Our education system was designed for the 20th century. It is largely focused on teaching kids how to retain information and manipulate numbers. It regularly tests these abilities and, if you do well, you are promised to get into a good college, have a successful career and live a happy, prosperous life. Unfortunately, those promises have become empty. Today, when we all carry around supercomputers in our pocket, tasks like remembering facts and doing long division have largely been automa

2017-04-30 12:33:03
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We visited J. Crew's flagship store and saw why the brand is in trouble  

Business Insider/Mary HanburyIt's been a rocky month for J. Crew. First, its renowned creative director Jenna Lyons stepped down after 26 years. Then CEO Micky Drexler announced 250 job cuts at the company's corporate headquarters.  The brand is struggling. Same-store sales have been down for the past three years; dropping by 8% in 2016, following a 10% decrease the year before.  And despite Drexler's cost-cutting measures, the brand still has to deal with the fact that it's losing

2017-04-30 12:25:31
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'We'll see': Trump addresses possible military retaliation to North Korean nuclear and missile tests  

Thomson ReutersPresident Donald Trump told CBS' John Dickerson on "Face the Nation" on Sunday that he was not happy with North Korea's latest missile test and hinted at a possible military strike should Kim Jong Un continue with provocations. When asked if the pressure Trump has applied to North Korea has worked, Trump stressed the importance of his relationship with Chinese President Xi Jinping, but seemed restrained in his condemnation of North Korea's latest missile launch. "This

2017-04-30 12:21:06
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Here are some of the most bizarre things flight attendants have seen in their line of duty  

Flight/Paramount Pictures From experiencing the thrill of adventure to taking amazing vacations at little or no cost, there are a lot of unique perks to being a flight attendant. But the job comes with its challenges as well. Delays and flight cancellations, 4 a.m. wake-up calls and sporadic hours, weekends and holidays spent working, and long work commutes top the list for many. Flight attendants are also privy to a wide array of human behaviors, some of which would challenge anyone's peopl

2017-04-30 12:17:49
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'It Will Be Tough': Everything Advertisers Can Expect From Twitter's First NewFronts  

Twitter is facing its most challenging time with advertisers as it heads into its first ever NewFronts to show off its big digital video initiative.Monday is when it will reveal its best video offerings in hopes of drawing advertisers from rivals like Facebook and YouTube in the coming months. To understand the magnitude of Twitter's challenge, look no further than its ad sales last quarter, which hit $284 million in the U.S., a two-year low.At the same time, it's sitting at the center of media

2017-04-30 12:16:48
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Facebook, Tesla and More Major Earnings Coming Out This Week  

24/7 Wall St. has put together a preview of Apple, Facebook, Pfizer and some of the other top companies reporting their latest results in the coming week.

2017-04-30 12:15:41
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Verizon and AT&T both launched misleading services this week — and it points to a larger problem  

REUTERS/Rick WilkingEarlier this week, Verizon and AT&T introduced new services for some of their respective customers: Verizon advertised a "Fios Gigabit Connection" plan that promises "gigabit internet connection service" for more than 8 million homes scattered across Virginia, Washington, D.C., and the Northeast, with prices starting at $69.99 a month. This is an upgrade over the "Fios Instant Internet" service the company launched in January. AT&T advertised a "5G Evolution" serv

2017-04-30 12:09:56
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Ancient bones put the first humans in America 100,000 years earlier than we thought  

San Diego Natural History MuseumThe first humans to set foot in the Americas arrived some 25,000 years ago — or so we thought. For decades, that date has been generally accepted by scientists, though recent genetic studies have moved the dial on that figure back by a few hundred or thousand years. But a set of new, highly controversial evidence suggests that timeline could be fundamentally incorrect. Researchers working at an archaeological dig site that runs along the 54 free...

2017-04-30 12:05:39
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Negative Reviews on Social Media Drive 88% of Consumers to a Competitor  

Social media makes it easy for customers to reach a wide audience if they want to complain about bad products and bad service from an online retailer.

2017-04-30 11:49:40
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RANKING: We tried all of Chick-fil-A's sauces — and the winner is clear  

Hollis JohnsonAt Chick-fil-A, it's all about the sauce.  Customers at the chicken chain are cultishly dedicated to condiments. Some adore the signature Chick-fil-A sauce, which can't be found anywhere but the chicken chain. Others — perhaps with a sweeter palette — are die-hard Polynesian Sauce fans. And, some people were so furious when Chick-fil-A tweaked the recipe for its BBQ Sauce that they forced the chain to reverse the change.  In an effort to see which sauces ...

2017-04-30 11:48:43
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Move over Putin — Trump's got a new man crush  

REUTERS/Carlos Barria Xi Jinping must be one charming guy. Ever since Donald Trump met with the Chinese president at Mar-a-Lago this month—a meeting that Trump predicted would be "very difficult" because of disputes over trade and North Korea—our president has used nearly every recent interview to talk up his great rapport with Xi. Trump told the Wall Street Journal, "We had just a very good chemistry," sounding almost moonstruck as he recalled how a meeting that was supposed to ...

2017-04-30 11:48:40
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Trump says China stopped manipulating their currency after he called them on it  

CBS/Face The Nation During the first interview after reaching the 100-day milestone of his presidency, Donald Trump said he believed that he was the one who got China to stop manipulating its currency.  Speaking to CBS' John Dickerson on "Face the Nation," Trump said that China stopped manipulating its currency as soon as he came into office.  "When they talk about currency manipulation, and I did say I would call China, if they were, a currency manipulator, early in my tenure," Tru

2017-04-30 11:20:21
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A fast-growing Wall Street startup has made a 'game changer' hire  

Getty ImagesA fast-growing derivatives exchange has made a big hire. trueEX, an interest-rate swap execution platform, has hired former Deutsche Bank executive Chris Yoshida to run sales, marketing, and strategy. He will join the executive team of CEO Sunil Hirani and president and chief operating officer Karen O'Connor. trueEX is what's called a dealer-to-client swap execution facility. It focuses on execution and processing for interest-rate swaps, which are derivatives that swap a fixed rat

2017-04-30 11:15:52
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An international infrastructure deal could change the global copper market  

REUTERS/Rodrigo GarridoDrama continues in the global copper sector this week. With key LatAm producer Southern Copper seeing workers end a strike at the Toquepala mine in Peru — but Freeport McMoRan announcing it may suspend expansion plans at its Grasberg, Indonesia mega-mine over regulatory uncertainty. And elsewhere in the world, one little-followed event may have a bigger impact than any of those happenings. A long-awaited power project in one of the world's most prospective copper cen...

2017-04-30 11:12:35
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Here's how the 'biggest tax cut in history' could impact stocks (SPX)  

Reuters/Lucas JacksonThere's no denying that President Donald Trump's proposed "biggest tax cut" in US history, which would lower the corporate tax rate to 15% from 35%, will boost cash flow to US corporations and ultimately help their bottom line. That's simple economics.  But will stocks get a commensurate bump up from here? That's where it gets tricky. After all, the market has already priced in large share gains for companies that pay the most taxes, and would therefore

2017-04-30 10:45:27
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Huge Transport Trade Highlights Insider Buying: CSX, GE, Mattel, IFF and More  

The the man in charge of one of the nation's biggest railroads was among insiders making notable purchases of shares this past week.

2017-04-30 10:28:14
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5 Surefire Signs It's Time to Revamp Your Content Strategy  

Not every piece of content you create is going to be the best piece ever written, and that's OK -- but you should see more winners than losers.

2017-04-30 10:28:10
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A star Wall Street fund manager is getting it all wrong  

Bloomberg screenshotThe US Treasury market has been on a roller coaster ride the over the past six months. After President Donald Trump's election win, investors rushed out of the market and yields on longer-dated bonds surged. Rising yields are an indicator of — among other things — expected growth and inflation in the economy. As traders speculated that Trump's plan to slash taxes and roll back regulations would bring both back, the 10-year yield crossed above 2.6%, a high not seen since t...

2017-04-30 10:22:38
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Even Red-Hot Subaru Offers Deals On Some Cars  

Subaru is America’s hottest car company. However, even it offers very attractive deals to pull in customers, a sign that no car company is immune from the incentive wars which have swept the...

2017-04-30 10:02:52
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Facebook is about to have 4 different billion-user platforms  

FacebookAlmost there. Despite intensifying competition among social photo/video sharing platforms, user growth on Facebook's (NASDAQ:FB) Instagram is actually accelerating. Instagram announced today that it has now reached 700 million monthly active users, noting that "the last 100 million of you joined faster than ever." For the record, the service had previously hit 600 million in December 2016, so it added 100 million users in just over four months. It took roughly six months to garner the p

2017-04-30 10:01:44
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This map shows where people with hepatitis C live in the US — and it points to some distressing trends  

HepVu While treatments are available to cure people of hepatitis C, there are roughly 3.9 million people with past or current infections. HepVu, a new project run by Emory University's Rollins School of Public Health in partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the pharmaceutical company Gilead, maps out which states have the highest prevalence of the disease. It's the same group that runs AIDSVu, a similar project that has been mapping out HIV by county since 2010 t

2017-04-30 09:59:03
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Almanac: The Eastern Shuttle  

On April 30, 1961, one of America's oldest and biggest airlines launched hourly Northeast Corridor flights

2017-04-30 09:57:37
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Head of Iranian TV network shot in the head in Istanbul  

Saeed Karimian via InstagramThe head of an Iranian satellite television network channel who last year was sentenced in absentia to six years in prison by a Tehran court was shot dead in Istanbul together with a business partner, Turkey's Dogan news agency said on Sunday. GEM TV founder Saeed Karimian and another Iranian were driving in Istanbul's Maslak neighborhood after 8 p.m. (1.00 p.m. ET) on Saturday when their car was stopped by a jeep and shots were fired, Dogan said. Karimian was found

2017-04-30 09:47:02
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The creator of the questions taken by 14 million people on dating site Match made a workplace personality test — and I took it  

Daniel Goodman Helen Fisher is a leading expert on the science of love and relationships. She created the compatibility questionnaire on Match.com. Fisher teamed up with David Labno to create the NeuroColor Temperament Inventory, a personality test designed for the workplace. I took the test and learned more about my particular work style. A few weeks ago, several of my coworkers received an email from me with a somewhat awkward request. I'd just completed a personality questionnai

2017-04-30 09:41:34
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Indian's Springfield and Chieftain are driving a new American motorcycle rivalry with Harley-Davidson  

Hollis Johnson Since Polaris Industries acquired the storied Indian Motorcycle nameplate in 2011, the Minnesota-based powersports company has been working hard to revive Indian, which was founded in 1901 and has seen more than its share of ups and downs in the past 115 years. Indian swung by Business Insider's New York headquarters last year (it wasn't the first time) to show off a couple of its most visually impressive bikes: the Springfield and the Chieftain Dark Horse, both "bagger" cruisin

2017-04-30 09:31:41
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10 TV shows people think are about to be canceled  

Randee St. Nicholas/CBSWe're in the heat of the season of TV renewals and cancellations. And while the people behind the shows are awaiting the networks' decisions, viewers are also feeling the tension. While Business Insider has already weighed in on the shows that we predict are going to be canceled, it's interesting to see what viewers are thinking (and worrying about). Business Insider partnered with Amobee Brand Intelligence — a company that provides marketing insight and measures ...

2017-04-30 09:30:37
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National Security Adviser McMaster confirms US will pay for missile defense deployment to South Korea  

REUTERS/Yuri GripasSouth Korea said the United States had reaffirmed it would shoulder the cost of deploying the THAAD anti-missile system, days after President Donald Trump said Seoul should pay for the $1-billion battery designed to defend against North Korea. In a telephone call on Sunday, Trump's national security adviser, H.R. McMaster, reassured his South Korean counterpart, Kim Kwan-jin, that the U.S. alliance with South Korea was its top priority in the Asia-Pacific region, the South's

2017-04-30 09:09:40
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4 ways to give your iPhone and MacBook Pro a beautiful retro look, ranging from $20 to $1,900  

Wikipedia/ DanamaniaThere are countless case and wrap designs to make your Apple iPhone or MacBook Pro truly yours and original. In my eyes, however, there's only one way to make your iPhone or MacBook product look better than it already does: Giving them the retro Apple look.  It could be just me, but I find Apple's original Macintosh SE design absolutely gorgeous. Perhaps it's Apple's own take on the 80s-electronics-beige that was the de facto color theme back in the day. In unison with

2017-04-30 08:54:44
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LeBron James turned down $10 million from Reebok when he was an 18-year-old high school student, and it turned out to be a brilliant business decision  

Todd Kirkland/APLeBron James basically became a millionaire overnight when he went from a high school basketball phenom to the No. 1 overall pick in the 2003 NBA Draft. However, despite growing up in the projects in Akron, Ohio, James showed business acumen beyond his years from an early age. In an episode of Uninterrupted's "Kneading Dough" with Maverick Carter, James and Carter recalled a specific business decision James made when he was an 18-year-old high school student that proved to be b

2017-04-30 08:39:27
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Marijuana News Roundup: US Attorney General to Give Pot a Pass?  

US Attorney General Jeff Sessions indicated to Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper that enforcement of federal anti-marijuana laws is not high on his list of priorities. Our weekly pot roundup also...

2017-04-30 08:11:13
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Former NBA coach Byron Scott reveals the first moment he knew an 18-year-old Kobe Bryant was going to take over the league  

Danny Moloshok/APKobe Bryant's bright future was almost immediately apparent to Byron Scott. Scott was a 36-year-old veteran on the Los Angeles Lakers when they traded for the 18-year-old Bryant, who had been taken by the Charlotte Hornets the 13th pick in the 1996 NBA Draft. Scott, who would later coach Bryant's final two seasons with the Lakers, told Business Insider while promoting his new book "Slam-Dunk Success" that, like many others, Bryant's legendary work ethic foreshadowed his H

2017-04-30 08:03:30
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The man who recruited Steve Cohen's top traders is counting on another big sale  

YouTube/America's Best Racing The hedge fund Folger Hill was started by Sol Kumin, one of Steve Cohen's top lieutenants. Cohen is a legendary Wall Street investor whose hedge fund firm, SAC Capital, was shut down after an insider-trading investigation. Folger Hill launched two years ago with high hopes and big-name Wall Street backing. The fund has struggled, losing money from Goldman Sachs and UBS. It has been seeking an infusion of cash, which Kumin is optimistic he can nab. Folger Hill'

2017-04-30 08:01:17
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'Shade-grown' coffee has a surprising environmental benefit  

Douglas Engle/AP ImagesYou know that your morning cup of coffee helps you lift off for work each day, but did you know that it has the potential to do the same for birds? This spring millions of songbirds are once again migrating thousands of miles from their wintering areas in Mexico, the Caribbean, and Central and South America to breeding areas in North America. At least 42 species of these birds — warblers, tanagers, orioles among them — lift off from coffee farms. Perhaps also like y...

2017-04-30 07:33:12
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'Grand Theft Auto' has never looked this good  

Even though blockbuster game "Grand Theft Auto V" is nearly four years old, some players are making it look better than ever. Just look at this madness: How's this possible? Simple! Take the PC version of the game and apply a single, ridiculously impressive modification. Check it:Once the modification is applied, the entire game looks dramatically prettier. Everything from the jet below... Rockstar Games / Imgur To this sun-drenched vista: Rockstar Games / Imgur To this ov

2017-04-30 07:33:10
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Trump has been silent on the biggest crisis facing American workers  

Skye Gould/Business InsiderAP Photo/Steve HelberPresident Donald Trump championed himself as a savior of the American worker during his campaign. But he has been largely silent on the biggest crisis facing these workers: the collapse of the retail industry. According to government data, general merchandise stores like Macy's and Sears have bled more jobs since October — about 89,000 total — than the total number of people employed by the entire US coal industry, which Trump repeatedly...

2017-04-30 06:50:02
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Montel Williams reveals how smoking marijuana every day for 17 years changed his life  

J. Scott Applewhite/APFormer television personality Montel Williams has used cannabis nearly every day for 17 years. But he hasn't smoked it in over a decade. "I have dexterity problems. I can't roll a joint to save my life," Williams tells Business Insider. He prefers vaporizing more concentrated forms of the drug. Williams, who is also a retired Navy officer, suffers from multiple sclerosis, a disease that causes his immune system to attack the insulation around his nerves. It produces inten

2017-04-30 06:49:53
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Trump will speak with Singapore's and Thailand's leaders about the threat of North Korea  

AP Photo/Andrew Harnik WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump will speak with leaders of Singapore and Thailand on Sunday about the threat North Korea poses of massive, nuclear destruction in Asia, White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus said. "We need cooperation at some level with as many partners in the area as we can get to make sure that we have our ducks in a row," Priebus told ABC's "This Week." Trump spoke to Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte on Saturday about North Korea

2017-04-30 06:44:29
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Toronto's level of risky mortgage debt puts Vancouver's to shame  

PrivateflyCanadian real estate values continue to soar, and a record number of buyers are piling into risky loans. According to the Bank of Canada (BoC), and the Ministry of Finance (MoF), high ratio mortgage borrowers are extending themselves to the limit. While we covered how concerning this trend has become in Toronto, it's not just isolated to that city. It's a trend that's growing across all Canadian urban centers. High Risk Mortgages People taking out high-ratio mortgages combined ...

2017-04-30 06:40:01
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We asked 6 Wall Street recruiters about the hottest trends in hiring  

YouTubeIt's moving season on Wall Street. Bonuses have landed in bank accounts, freeing up bankers and traders to move to new employers. With that in mind, we asked six Wall Street recruiters about the big trends in hiring. Here's what the recruiters had to say."Relationships still matter in this business." — David McCormack, DMC Partners Paramount Pictures/Youtube "The biggest trend in 2017 is who can pick stocks and make money? From equity sales and trading on the sell side to investmen...

2017-04-30 05:58:56
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'Silicon Valley' star T.J. Miller says its 'funny' that people claim to have inspired his 'buffoon' of a character  

John P. Johnson/HBO"Silicon Valley" star T.J Miller can understand if people wonder if they're the inspiration for the show's coding genius Richard Hendricks (Thomas Middleditch) or even the ruthless tech mogul Gavin Belson (Matt Ross), but he finds it strange that people would claim to be the inspiration for his character, home-brewed incubator founder Erlich Bachman. "It's so funny for people to wonder if Erlich Bachman is based on them, because that's clearly an insult," Miller rece...

2017-04-30 05:57:46
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I learned how to mime from a pro — it's a lot more complicated than you think  

Professional mime Bill Bowers gave a lesson on the fundamentals of pantomime, explaining the challenges of bringing imaginary objects into reality for an audience. Following is a transcript of the video.   My name's Bill Bowers and I am a mime. I live in New York City and perform and teach mime and physical theater. And just imagine that right in front of us both a wall appears. An imaginary wall. And you're going to see it with your eyes so that I'm going to see what you...

2017-04-30 05:44:43
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Top Iraqi commander says ISIS will be kicked out of their last Iraqi stronghold in May  

Thomson ReutersA top Iraqi commander expects to dislodge Islamic State from Mosul in May despite resistance from militants in the densely populated Old City district. The battle should be completed "in a maximum of three weeks", the Iraqi army's chief of staff, Lieutenant General Othman al-Ghanmi, was quoted as saying by state-run newspaper al-Sabah on Sunday. A U.S.-led international coalition is providing air and ground support for the offensive in Mosul, the largest city in northern Iraq, w

2017-04-30 05:44:32
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Robots are going to take a lot of jobs — here's what we could do about it  

Getty ImagesWASHINGTON — For all the talk of robots replacing humans on the job, in schools and even in bed, students at Everett Community College in Washington State are preparing for a robot future. A steady stream of laid-off workers have come to the college for retraining, says Ryan Davis, the college's dean since 2013.  Many are in the school's technology and robotics programs, and the school's proximity to a large Boeing facility makes the aerospace program a popular one...

2017-04-30 05:32:45
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Trump has turned his back on the one thing that makes the world rich and happy  

ReutersWhat we're about to talk about is much bigger than Donald Trump. It's bigger than 'Make America Great Again' and fake news. It's bigger than Brexit, and it's bigger than France's National Front. What we're about to talk about is trust, and how it demonstrates its presence in markets. We're going to talk about cooperators and non-cooperators. We're going to talk about world peace. But let's start small. Over the last week, Donald Trump has turned his back on the world's best hope for we

2017-04-30 05:29:29
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We asked a hand surgeon about how to treat 'texting thumb,' where your hand hurts from too much texting - here's what he told us  

ShutterstockHere are a few things I use my phone for each and every day: Alarm clock Texting my friends Scanning social media Reading the news Listening to music and podcasts Checking sports scores Taking pictures Scheduling appointments Managing my finances Needless to say, it's a lot. From the moment I wake up until I'm getting ready for bed, my iPhone is constantly in my hand. Recently, however, I've begun to experience some discomfort around the base of my right thumb,...

2017-04-30 05:21:44
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Watch Hasan Minhaj roast Trump at the White House correspondents' dinner  

"Daily Show" senior correspondent Hasan Minhaj took aim at President Trump during the White House correspondent's dinner. Trump did not attend, and instead held a rally in Pennsylvania.Here are some of Minhaj's best jokes from his 25-minute set.

2017-04-30 05:15:11
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Traders are looking at a popular stock market measure all wrong (SPY, QQQ, IWM)  

Thomson ReutersAs stock bears tell it, overconfidence can be the death knell of a market rally. While that logic has historically held merit, there are some holes in one of their favorite pieces of supporting data. In recent months, they've cited the diminishing number of shares being shorted in the SPDR S&P 500 ETF (SPY), which tracks the benchmark index. After all, it's at the lowest since May 2007, a period that directly preceded a bear market that saw the S&P 500 dro

2017-04-30 05:15:09
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Susan Rice slams Trump's claim that Obama didn't vet Michael Flynn  

CNN Former national security adviser Susan Rice fired back at President Trump's claim that the Obama administration should have properly vetted Trump's former national security adviser Michael Flynn. "That's rich," Rice told CNN's Fareed Zakaria when she was asked to respond on Sunday.  "Let me explain how this process works. First of all, a former military officer such as General Flynn, who wants to retain his security clearance, would go through a process with his home agency, in

2017-04-30 05:07:32
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15 things you didn't know your iPhone headphones could do  

Even though Apple got rid of the headphone jack, every iPhone still comes with a pair of "EarPods" — those wired, white headphones you see everywhere. These earbuds can do a lot more than you think. Here are 15 things you can do with your iPhone headphones. For music and other streaming apps: 1. To play/pause a song from your "Music" app or other streaming apps like Spotify or Podcasts, press the center button once. 2. To skip to the next song, press the center button twice. 3. To go back ...

2017-04-30 05:03:05
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'American Gods' star Ricky Whittle describes his 'crazy' 16 auditions for the coveted role  

StarzRicky Whittle is the lead of potentially the biggest new franchise on television, "American Gods," which premieres Sunday at 9 p.m. on Starz. But the road to landing the coveted starring role on the series wasn't easy. "I was the first cast. I went through five months of a crazy process," Whittle told Business Insider of the audition process for Shadow Moon on the series when we recently met with him and costar, Ian McShane, in New York City. "They put you through it," McShane, who&n

2017-04-30 04:53:40
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Facebook Up 370% From IPO Price  

Facebook’s (NYSE: FB) IPO struggled out of the gate on May 18, 2012. With its price set at $38, it closed at only $38.23 at the end of that day. It dipped for several days after that. However,...

2017-04-30 04:48:12
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Trump says China is 'putting pressure' on North Korea over test-fired missiles  

Carlos Barria/ReutersWashington (AFP) - Donald Trump thinks Chinese President Xi Jinping is "putting pressure" on North Korea, the US president said in an interview to air Sunday, as tensions mount over Pyongyang's nuclear and missile programs. If North Korea carries out a nuclear test "I would not be happy," Trump told the CBS television network's "Face the Nation" program. "And I can tell you also, I don't believe that the president of China, who is a very respected man, will be happy either

2017-04-30 04:44:45
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Merkel's party widens its lead just 5 months before the German vote  

ReutersBERLIN (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative Christian Democrats have opened a seven-point lead over the centre-left Social Democrats five months ahead of the Sept. 24 election, according to a poll on Sunday in the Bild am Sonntag newspaper. The Emnid institute survey found the Christian Democrats and their Christian Social Union allies winning 36 percent of the vote if the election were held on Sunday, unchanged from a similar Emnid poll for Bild am Sonntag taken a

2017-04-30 04:34:59
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Goldman Sachs is making a big push to help regular Americans save (GS)  

REUTERS/Gary CameronWouldn't it be great if a big hedge fund could borrow for five years at a fixed rate of 2.05%, just barely above the cost that the US government pays for five-year debt (1.81%)? It's especially great considering that inflation, as measured by the Consumer Price Index, is 2.4%. In real terms, the rate on this five-year loan would be negative. Or borrow at 1% daily rate? This would be way below the rate of inflation. And on the rare occasion that creditors gang up on you a...

2017-04-30 04:05:37
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Japan has turned its culture into a powerful political tool  

Thomson ReutersMuch has been made of Japan's recent turn away from pacifism and growing military muscle, but Tokyo is also extending its global reach in more subtle ways. Japan is especially serious about increasing its soft power, the ability to win over global partners with cultural and diplomatic affinity rather than coercion and sheer heft. Tokyo has long busied itself building a national "brand", an image that combines the supposed uniqueness of Japanese language, cuisine, and tradit...

2017-04-30 03:59:19
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16 facts that show why bottled water is one of the biggest scams of the century  

Flickr/Vlad B.There's nothing quite like the feeling of pure, ice-cold hydration. Some of us get our water for free from the tap. The rest pay for it — at the cost of roughly $100 billion a year. At that steep a price tag, you might assume buying the bottled stuff would be worth it. In most cases, you'd be wrong. For the vast majority of Americans, a glass from the tap and a glass from the bottle are virtually identical as far as their health and nutritional quality are concer...

2017-04-30 03:50:34
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RANKED: The 30 most creative women in advertising (PUB, IPG, OMC, WPPGY)  

.Advertising is still an industry dominated by men. Women hold just 30% of leadership positions in the ad world, according to data from the Institute of Practitioners in Advertising. Initiatives like The 3% Conference and SheSays have helped to highlight and perhaps partially remedy the problem, but there's still no doubt that women are under-represented. That's why each year we put out a call for entries for our annual rankings for the most creative women in Adland. From these nominatio

2017-04-30 03:30:49
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America's most popular recipe website reveals an enormous disconnect between what people want to eat and what they actually eat  

Flickr/LifeSuperchargerIn 2009, Cook's Illustrated founder Christopher Kimball wrote a eulogy for Gourmet, the glossy Conde Nast magazine that was being shuttered after nearly seven decades.  The publication had been a home for people who valued culinary expertise, wrote Kimball—a place with "respect for those who had earned the chops, as it were, who had a lifetime of good breeding and experience in order to stand at the cultural helm." In its place, Kimball saw a food cult...

2017-04-30 03:29:50
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POLLS: Labour has stopped haemorrhaging support ahead of the UK general election  

ReutersLONDON (Reuters) - Three polls on Saturday showed a rise in support for the opposition Labour party, although the governing Conservative party maintained a commanding lead. The polls showed the party of British Prime Minister Theresa May remained between 11 and 17 points ahead of Labour, still enough to deliver a clear victory as she seeks a mandate ahead of negotiations over Brexit, due to begin in the summer. However, the polls showed the gap had closed from leads of up to 25 points r

2017-04-30 03:20:07
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This graph shows how much money you can earn from each college major  

Student-loan debt in the US has grown to a staggering $1.3 trillion, and the average 2016 graduate will have to repay more than $37,000. Now more than ever, it seems that college students must think carefully about choosing their college majors and the future earning power of their chosen degrees. With that in mind, PayScale compiled data on lifetime earnings of different majors and degrees to show the future financial impact on a particular course of study. For bachelor's

2017-04-30 03:15:43
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IPOs This Week: Antero Midstream Among 6 Offers on the Calendar  

Following a week that saw 9 successful IPOs, the coming week will see another 6 firms take aim at the US public equity markets.

2017-04-30 02:53:06
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Here are the best app launches and updates you may have missed in April  

SnapchatIt was a big month for photo apps.  Snapchat added 3D lenses to its rear-facing camera, Memoji launched to help turn your selfies into emojis, and FaceApp, which can age a photo of you or swap your gender, launched on Android.  Plus, Google made changes to two of its most-used services.  Here are some of the coolest new app launches and updates you may have missed this month. Memoji turns your selfies into emojis. Lightricks A new app from selfie editor Face

2017-04-30 02:27:47
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A toned-down White House Correspondents Dinner carried on without Trump  

Reuters/Jonathan ErnstWASHINGTON (Reuters) - The White House press corps gathered on Saturday for its annual black-tie dinner, a toned-down affair this year after Donald Trump snubbed the event, becoming the first incumbent U.S. president to bow out in 36 years. Without Trump, who scheduled a rally instead to mark his 100th day in office, the usually celebrity-filled soiree hosted by the White House Correspondents' Association took a more sober turn, even as it pulled in top journalists and Was

2017-04-30 02:21:55
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Here's why the US economy usually stinks at the beginning of the year  

Bernardo Montoya/ReutersOnce again, the first three months of the year were a dud for the US economy.  Gross domestic product — the headline metric on the economy's output — increased by just 0.7% in the first quarter, according to the Department of Commerce. Growth hasn't been that sluggish since the first quarter of 2014 when it actually shrank. But every first quarter report in the post-financial-crisis economic recovery has been weak. In fact, GDP has averaged a 0.6% annualized ra...

2017-04-30 02:11:29
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John Kasich opens up on Trump's first 100 days, major divides in American politics, and his political future  

MNDiana Yukari/Business Insider Gov. John Kasich of Ohio wants to bridge the divides in America. And that's exactly what Kasich, a Republican presidential contender in the 2016 election, spoke with Business Insider about this week while on tour promoting his new book, "Two Paths: America Divided or United." At times fiercely critical of President Donald Trump, both before and after the campaign, Kasich has positioned himself within the Republican Party as an outspoken voice on healthcare, th

2017-04-30 01:43:35
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5 books that will completely change the way you think about technology  

Here's some food for thought: 20 years ago, the thought of being able to send each other pictures across this thing called the internet seemed almost incomprehensible. In fact, there is a family video somewhere of my dad and his two brothers sitting down in front of their brand new laptop, and one of them saying, "Pretty soon, we're just going to hit a button, and the picture is going to go sheeeewwmmm, and then it'll appear on your laptop." Then they all laugh, assuming it would be decades b

2017-04-30 01:32:26
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A fund manager with $13.6 billion in assets shares his simple strategy for picking stocks  

Amid a rough patch for stock pickers, money has flooded into exchange-traded funds that aren't trying to outperform the market. But several active fund managers see this year as a turning point for their industry.   David Wallack, the portfolio manager of T. Rowe Price's Mid-Cap Value Fund, which has $13.6 billion in assets under management, has been at it for 17 years. In January, he was named Morningstar's Domestic Stock Fund Manager of the Year. In an interview with Bus

2017-04-30 01:19:36
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The smartphone is replacing one of the most important features in new cars — and that's unlikely to change  

Business Insider/Danielle MuoioAutomakers are investing heavily in designing their own infotainment systems that can support everything from viewing text messages to providing navigation, but customers are hesitant to use the systems. Kristin Kolodge, the executive director of driver interaction at human machine interface at research firm J.D. Power, led a 2016 study that found that more than 50% of car owners never used their infotainment systems after 90 days of purchase. The study, which wa

2017-04-30 01:17:14
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One of the biggest threats to your retirement savings is hiding right under your nose — and it's not hard to fix  

Scott Gries/Getty Images • Half of Americans have no idea how much they pay in fees for their 401(k). A 2015 study found that in 16% of 401(k) plans, fees were so excessive they outweighed the tax benefits. • It can be difficult to figure out how much you're paying in fees, but there are tools available and red flags watch out for. • Your employer is legally responsible for making sure your plan is reasonable. Saving for retirement isn't all that complicated. Save early and save c...

2017-04-30 01:09:36
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Trump's tax plan calls for the repeal of a tax that once cost him $31 million  

Bill Pugliano/Getty ImagesPresident Donald Trump's administration unveiled a tax plan on Wednesday that proposes lower taxes across the board and a number of alterations to the tax code. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and National Economic Council director Gary Cohn announced the plan during a White House press briefing. One proposal in the plan is the repeal of the so-called alternative minimum tax. The decades-old tax, which was enacted to make sure the rich pay t

2017-04-29 21:57:54
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A US service member was killed in blast near Mosul, Iraq  

  Reuters/Mohammed Al-RamahiWASHINGTON (Reuters) - A US service member died of wounds caused by an explosive device outside the northern Iraqi city of Mosul on Saturday, the US-led military coalition said. A statement from Operation Inherent Resolve gave no other details. US-backed forces have been fighting to retake the Islamic State strongholds of Mosul. News of the US casualty came as President Donald Trump marked his first 100 days in office. During last year's presid

2017-04-29 21:17:30
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Why Analysts Are Warming Up to Chipotle After Earnings  

Chipotle Mexican Grill released its first-quarter earnings report this past week. This might be the beginning of the turnaround for the company, even if analysts are not entirely on board. … Continue reading →

2017-04-29 21:06:35
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People are furiously canceling their New York Times subscriptions after an op-ed disputing climate change was published  

Greg Hoffman/Business Insider The New York Times' decision to publish a debut op-ed column by the newly-hired Bret Stephens, a notable denier of anthropogenic climate change, has sparked an uproar from the paper's subscribers, who are furious that the Times decided to publish a column that is contrary to much of the modern-day scientific consensus on the dangers of global warming. In his column, Stephens compared the "certitude" with which Hillary Clinton's advisers believed she would win the

2017-04-29 18:24:27
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The medical field is ripe for automation  

Radu Sigheti/ReutersAs a neonatologist, I worry about patients with pulmonary hypertension. This unforgiving disease, sometimes seen after premature birth, can end with sudden death from constricting blood vessels in the lungs. One minute a baby in the neonatal ICU may be sleeping comfortably; moments later, doctors and nurses are giving chest compressions and rescue medications. A pulmonary hypertension crisis, as these frightening episodes are called, starts with a drop in the blood oxygen le

2017-04-29 18:12:28
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Is AT&T the Best Defensive Stock Against a 2017 Market Correction?  

Some sell-offs come out of thin air for reasons that most investors had not considered. Maybe it is time for investors to reconsider all of the growth-chasing in favor of some of the safer dividend-paying stocks that are highly defensive stocks. … Continue reading →

2017-04-29 16:57:34
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The top 15 organizations business majors want to work for after graduation  

Adam Berry / Stringer / Getty Images Where do business students want to work these days? To find out, Universum, a global research and advisory firm, surveyed 81,102 students from 359 universities in the US about their views on employers. Out of those respondents, 26,809 were studying business. Universum ranked a number of well-known companies (and a few governmental agencies), based on the percentage of business students who reported that they'd want to work for the organization. Here are

2017-04-29 16:29:08
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The truth about corporate tax cuts  

Business Insider I joined Business Insider Editor-in-Chief Henry Blodget on this week's episode of The Bottom Line. We discussed the pros and cons of President Trump's proposed tax cuts, which would slash income tax rates on businesses from 35% to 15%. Most economists will tell you that lower business tax rates tend to lead to higher economic growth and higher job creation. However, they disagree widely on how much higher. Meanwhile, such a large tax cut would add trillions

2017-04-29 16:22:31
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31 annoying words and phrases on your résumé that make hiring managers cringe  

Getty ImagesWhile many large companies use automated resume-screener software to cut down the initial pool of job applicants, loading your resume with meaningless buzzwords and phrases is not the smartest way to get noticed. "Nearly everyone is guilty of using buzzwords from time to time, but professionals are evaluated increasingly on their ability to communicate," says Paul McDonald, senior executive director for professional-placement firm Robert Half. Some of the major problems with us...

2017-04-29 15:22:41
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Apple Still the DJIA’s Best Performing Stock of 2017  

Apple continues its streak as the best-performing stock among the 30 equities included in the Dow Jones Industrial Average. The company reports quarterly results on Tuesday. … Continue reading →

2017-04-29 15:03:06
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Thousands took to the streets to protest Trump on his 100th day — here are the photos  

AP The Trump administration is off to a rocky start, and protesters in Washington and New York City have decided to call it out.  Demonstrators took the streets in Manhattan and in front of the White House on Saturday to protest President Trump's policies, particularly those on climate change. Since taking office, Trump has taken a number of steps to roll back much of former president Obama's legacy on climate change through executive orders and congressional review. Among other thi

2017-04-29 14:42:37
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Most Popular House in America: Indiana Home in a Bunker  

The most popular home listing in America is for a home in a bunker located in Huntington, Indiana. … Continue reading →

2017-04-29 14:30:33
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5 Questions Apple Inc. (AAPL) Earnings Should Answer  



2017-04-29 14:09:02
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Analysts See These 5 Top Companies Beating Earnings Estimates  

With a market that seems to be teetering somewhat due to high valuations and some messy geopolitical issues, it makes sense to look for companies that are candidates to beat the current expectations. … Continue reading →

2017-04-29 13:56:55
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We took a helicopter to dinner at the Rockefeller Estate with the most powerful business players you've never heard of  

See story here.NOW WATCH: SCOTT GALLOWAY: Investing in Snap is something 'no one responsible should ever do'

2017-04-29 13:38:13
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What Analysts Are Saying After Amazon Hit an All-Time High  

Amazon.com had an absolutely spectacular quarter to kick off 2017. Investors and analysts alike were very pleased and sent shares even higher.

2017-04-29 13:34:59
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10 things the Samsung Galaxy S8 can do that the iPhone can't  

APSamsung's latest phone, the Galaxy S8, is packed with a lot of thoughtful features that you won't find on the iPhone. While the iPhone still has a slight edge over the Galaxy S8, there are plenty of things that set it apart from its biggest rival. Here are the most important Galaxy S8 features you won't get from the iPhone.1. There's an iris scanner that can be used to unlock the phone and access secure folders. Corey Protin Samsung says it's more secure than a fingerprint sensor. The iPho

2017-04-29 13:32:43
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Marijuana Price Dips to $1,648 a Pound  

Wholesale spot prices for a pound of marijuana dipped last week to less than $1,650. The average price for a gram was around $11.30.

2017-04-29 13:21:46
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Most Popular House in America: Indiana Home in a Bunker  

The most popular home listing in America is for a home in a bunker located in Huntington, Indiana.

2017-04-29 13:16:26
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Trump played golf 19 times in his first 100 days — here's why American presidents have been historically obsessed with the game  

REUTERS/David Moir President Donald Trump may have criticized Barack Obama for playing too much golf, but he's already beating Obama's pace. As of  his first 100 days in office end on Saturday, Trump has gone on 19 golf outings, compared to Obama's one during the equivalent time as president. Regardless of who's in office, it's a quirk of modern American culture that if you haven't liked the president in charge, you've had ample opportunity to paint him as preferring to be out on the gol

2017-04-29 13:14:26
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A refugee family's first hours in their new city  

At Syracuse Hancock International Airport, the last thing separating arriving travelers from their loved ones outside the terminal is a set of futuristic steel and glass doors. Designed for safety, they only open one way. Passengers wait for the glass to curl open before stepping inside a spaceship-like tube. The door closes behind them, a few seconds pass, and another glass door curls open in front of them. Step, close, open, step A woman rushes to embrace her waiting family. "How was you...

2017-04-29 13:12:09
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This gif shows all of the US presidents in order of height  

Business InsiderNOW WATCH: This animated map shows how religion spread across the world

2017-04-29 13:12:07
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There are a handful of remaining Blockbusters in the US — here's a look inside  

North Pole BlockbusterBlockbuster isn't extinct quite yet. At least 10 Blockbusters are open across the US — a minuscule percentage of the 9,000 stores that existed in the early 1990s, The Washington Post reported. The biggest cluster of Blockbuster locations that remain open is in Alaska. "We just keep plodding along," Alan Payne, a licensee who owns eight of the last surviving Blockbusters, told The Post. One of Payne's locations is in Texas, and seven are in Alaska, where the chain contin...

2017-04-29 13:10:59
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3 research-backed tips for surviving a toxic workplace  

Joe Raedle/Getty ImagesDo you deal with some awful people at work? Do they annoy you beyond belief at times? Actually, it's a lot worse than that — whether you realize it or not. In addition to making you miserable, those impossible bosses and jerk coworkers can reduce your productivity, reduce your empathy, and even give you a heart attack. From "The A****** Survival Guide: How to Deal With People Who Treat You Like Dirt": New nurses bullied by veteran nurses and doctors put forth less eff...

2017-04-29 13:05:27
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PayPal Holdings Inc (PYPL) Earnings Gets a Hero’s Welcome  



2017-04-29 13:03:39
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EX-UNDERCOVER DEA AGENT: What I did when drug dealers asked me to try the product  

Retired DEA agent and "Deal" author Mike Vigil spent roughly 20 years undercover in Mexico and Colombia. He reveals what he'd say to drug traffickers when they would ask him to try some of the drugs they were selling. He also explains how he gained the trust of some of the drug cartels he was working with.  

2017-04-29 12:46:20
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