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Hillary Clinton has serious doubts about Bernie Sander's latest single-payer healthcare plan
In a new sign of lingering tensions from the 2016 Democratic primary, Hillary Clinton dismissed Sen. Bernie Sanders' call for a single-payer healthcare system in an interview with Vox published Wednesday. Vox's Ezra Klein asked Clinton, who defeated Sanders to become the Democratic nominee in 2016, what she though of the independent Vermont senator's Medicare-for-all plan, which he is set to release Wednesday. "Well, I don’t know what the particulars are," Clinton said. "As you might remember, during the campaign he introduced a single-payer bill every year he was in Congress — and when somebody finally read it, he couldn’t explain it and couldn’t really tell people how much it was going to cost." Clinton also highlighted what she saw as potential flaws in selling such a plan — special interests and public sentiment. "When I was working on health care back in in '93 and '94, I said if we could’ve waved the magic wand and started all over, maybe we would start with something resembling single-payer plus other payers, like other countries that have universal coverage and are much better at controlling costs than we do, primarily in Europe," Clinton said. "But we were facing the reality of not just strong, powerful forces but people’s own fears as well as their appreciation for what they already had." As an example, Clinton cited the difficulties with the attempt at single-payer in Sanders' home state of Vermont, saying it was "difficult to out the pieces together." Clinton advocated a more gradual approach in the Vox interview, saying that Obamacare, the law formally known as the Affordable Care Act, should be stabilized and that Congress should lower the age needed to qualify for Medicare. From there, she said, the US should take incremental steps toward a single-payer system. Clinton has been promoting her new book, "What Happened," which details her thoughts on her failed 2016 bid for president. The book sharply criticizes Sanders for what Clinton believes was his role in aiding President Donald Trump's eventual victory. Sanders' Medicare-for-all plan has 15 Democratic cosponsors. You can read the full interview at Vox» NOW WATCH: Why you won't find a garbage can near the 9/11 memorial
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Designers, don’t be afraid to let robots design
In 1961, Alan Perlis, an early pioneer in computer science, advocated that computer programming should be a requirement of a liberal arts education. He believed students of creative disciplines should learn programming, not so they could become programmers, but so they could learn more about how to construct and analyze processes — whether building an imaginary world for a video game, designing a brand logo, or telling a compelling story. Fast forward to the present, where computation and creativity have become intertwined in the design process and Perlis’ advice becomes not just wise, but prophetic. Computational design — which uses… This story continues at The Next Web
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A former fighter calls UFC president Dana White a 'bully' who 'motivates by fear'
Getty Images Former heavyweight fighter Brendan Schaub, now a popular podcaster and comedian, engaged in an Instagram feud with UFC boss Dana White last week. Schaub then made a lengthy video statement where he called White a "bully."  Schaub said he has the support of fighters in UFC, of staff in UFC, of media members, and of UFC's most prominent sponsor, Reebok. Schaub added that if White were the head of any other corporation, he would lose his job over the way he behaves.   The most powerful figure in mixed martial arts, UFC president Dana White, took criticism this week from former fighter Brendan Schaub, who believes White rules the business by fear. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: This controversial Supercross star has 20 minutes to make $1 millionSee Also:People are donating money to Kylie Jenner to help her become the world's youngest billionaireThe ugliest building in every US state, according to people who live thereWe shopped at Dollar Tree and Dollar General to see which offered a better experience, and the winner was obviousSEE ALSO: 2 fighters accused Brock Lesnar of bringing WWE-style fakery to the UFC DON'T MISS: WWE says it has suspended Ronda Rousey for 30 days after she 'attacked' her WWE mentor with a briefcase on live TV UP NEXT: Floyd Mayweather beat out Kylie Jenner, The Rock, and George Clooney for the title of world's highest-paid celebrity
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Chelsea Transfer News: Latest Rumours on PSG's N'Golo Kante Interest
Paris Saint-Germain will reportedly struggle to raise the funds needed to pursue Chelsea midfielder N'Golo Kante this summer...
Ignore the rest of your life and watch golf all day Saturday
Everyone who made the cut still has a chance to win, including Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson. Here’s how to ignore your obligations and watch all day Saturday. If you’ve spent the last two workdays ignoring all your obligations to watch the Open Championship, well ... now you can ignore your friend, family, and home obligations on the weekend. The season’s third men’s major tees off almost three hours later than the last two marathon days, but it’s still an early wake-up call and a great way to watch nothing but golf until deep into the afternoon in the States. Saturday’s coverage, and streaming, will start at 4:30 a.m. ET. That’s a nice break after a 1:30 a.m. start the last two days. It’s also just 15 minutes after the first tee time so if you want to watch the full third round, you’re going to get that chance between Golf Channel and NBC. There’s really no golf happening outside of the coverage window at this major championship. This is the first time NBC will officially join the party, although most of their talent and production have been sprinkled in and doing a lot of the lifting on Golf Channel the first two rounds. Now it just switches over the big network for the conclusion of both the third and fourth rounds. Dan Hicks and Johnny Miller will have their usual call in the lead chairs. If you’re unable to watch on TV, or do not have cable, there will be multiple streaming options throughout the third round. The simulcast stream will require a cable account login but three others will not. Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson are scheduled to tee off just after 8 a.m. ET, so expect to see most of their shots on NBC, which will be live for their entire rounds. Saturday at the Open may truly be the a “moving day.” The forecasts are calling for intensified winds on Sunday, which could create carnage and little-to-no ability to make a big final round charge. The R&A probably won’t set it up to be gettable or easy, but they don’t care about protecting par and will give the players some chances to post a low number. Paul Lawrie, who won here in 1999, made the cut and was a good nine shots back. That win required a historic final hole collapse from Jean van De Velde, but the point is no one is truly out of it with 36 more to play. Here are your media and streaming options for Saturday at the British Open: Saturday’s third round coverage (all times Eastern) Television: 4:30 a.m. to 7 a.m. — Golf Channel 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. — NBC Online streams: 4:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. — Golf Channel/NBC simulcast stream 4:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. — “Spotlight” coverage 5 a.m. to 3 p.m. — 3-hole stream focusing on Nos. 8 to 10 5 a.m. to 3 p.m. — Marquee groups stream Streaming Service: fuboTV Radio: 4 a.m. to 3 p.m. -- Sirius XM PGA Tour Radio (Ch. 92/208)
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Netflix and Shonda Rhimes reveal eight exclusive series in the works
On Friday Netflix revealed the first eight series in the works as a result of its production deal with Grey's Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes. They include a previously-announced show focusing on the exploits alleged con artist Anna Delvey, as well as...
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The best candid photos of Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, Princess Charlotte, and the whole royal family from 2018
Chris Jackson/Getty Images The first half of 2018 has been big for the royal family, with a wedding, a birth, and christening as well as a packed schedule of events and foreign trips. Most of these moments show members of the family at their most composed, ready for the cameras and the crowds. But sometimes we get to see the family in genuine moments of laughter or contemplation, and generally acting like a regular family. And as the family expands and changes, we get even more chances to see the royals together. Here are the best candid moments from the year so far.In January, Kate Middleton and Prince William visited Sweden, where Kate tried her arm at a form of ice hockey called Bandy hockey and William laughed along. Arthur Edwards - Pool/Getty Images The pair knew their family would grow this year, with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's engagement, plus a new baby on the way. Here is the foursome laughing away at a Royal Foundation event in February, where Kate is visibly pregnant. Chris Jackson - WPA Pool/Getty Images But the Queen was sure to remain in the public eye as the head of the family, chatting with American Vogue Editor Anna Wintour at the front row of London Fashion Week that same month. Yui Mok - Pool/Getty Images See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:I lived like Prince George for a day — and it gave me new respect for the royal familyPeople just realized how much Princess Charlotte looks like a young Princess Diana — and the resemblance is uncanny10 of the most romantic date spots around the world
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A look at the tensions inside the campaign for a second Brexit referendum
REUTERS/Simon Dawson Exclusive: Business Insider takes a look at the tension between the two biggest campaign groups pushing for a second Brexit vote. Open Britain and Best For Britain are Westminster's two most prominent and well-resourced groups trying to stop Brexit. However, tensions between the groups have made campaigning fractious. Open Britain and Best For Britain insiders told Business Insider about their sometimes difficult relationship. LONDON — As the prospect of Britain crashing out of the European Union without a deal continues to rise, a growing number of voices are coming out in support of holding a second referendum on Brexit. "The only solution is to take the final Brexit decision out of the hands of deadlocked politicians, away from the backroom deals, and give it back to the people," former education secretary, Justine Greening, said this week.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: North Korean defector: Kim Jong Un 'is a terrorist'See Also:EU issues stark warning over the consequences of a no-deal BrexitWhat the hell has just happened to Theresa May's Brexit plans?Exclusive: Theresa May was warned by business leaders that her Brexit customs bill is 'not fit for purpose'SEE ALSO: How Boris Johnson could still become prime minister DON'T MISS: Theresa May's new Brexit chief called to turn 'back the clock' on workers' rights
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Donald Trump wants NFL players banned for season if they kneel during anthem
US president Donald Trump calls for NFL players to be banned for a season with no pay if they kneel for the national anthem.
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Real Madrid Transfer News: Tottenham Reportedly Braced for Kieran Trippier Offer
Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly preparing themselves for Real Madrid to feature among the teams bidding for £50 million-rated right-back Kieran Trippier this summer...
LEADING OFF: Cards' Carpenter on tear; will Mets make moves?
LEADING OFF: Cards' Carpenter on tear; will Mets make moves?        
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With Brexit Deadlocked, Britain Stares Over a Cliff
Another week of infighting has left Theresa May besieged, her E.U. withdrawal plan on life support. No one seems to know what happens next.
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Warning signs rise for an end to stock market's potential record-setting bull run
The current bull market in stocks is a month or so away from becoming the longest in history. If it happens, then what? Several warning signals for the market are flashing yellow. Here's a look at some of them.        
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The rise of KSI, the 25-year-old millionaire who's fighting Logan Paul after inventing YouTube boxing matches
Getty You're only going to hear more about KSI over the next month. The 25-year-old British YouTube star is facing off against one of the biggest and most controversial vloggers on the planet: Logan Paul. The two will duke it out at a boxing match at Manchester Arena in August, which has a 21,000 capacity. YouTube boxing matches are a hot new trend, kickstarted by KSI. Although the British vlogger first made his name playing video games on YouTube, he's pioneered boxing events as a way to whip up famous YouTubers' huge followings. The real-life matches could generate millions of pounds in ticket, merchandise, and streaming sales. Here's how KSI, real name Olajide "JJ" William Olatunji, went from a suburban London upbringing to becoming one of the biggest YouTube stars in the world.KSI was born in London, after his parents moved to the UK from Nigeria. "They would work their asses off," he told The Sun in an interview. KSI/YouTube He eventually moved with his parents out to the suburbs of Watford and went to a fee-paying school. It would now cost you £20,000 ($26,000) a year to send your child to the "posh" Berkhamsted School. Getty Despite the expensive education, KSI said he discovered YouTube from the age of about 15 and ended up failing his A-Levels. "Back then, people would be like: 'What are you doing? You're such a weirdo. Why are you making videos online?'" he told the Sun. Getty See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:This free travel app is the only app you need to navigate a new city like a local — here's how it worksWe compared Google Calendar and Apple's built-in calendar app for the iPhone — and the winner is clearYouTuber Logan Paul stormed out of a ridiculous press conference with KSI ahead of their big boxing fightSEE ALSO: YouTuber Logan Paul stormed out of a ridiculous press conference with KSI ahead of their big boxing fight
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Amazon, GM, Alcoa lobby to head off tariffs
Big U.S. companies from Amazon to General Motors and Alcoa are working to counter the effect of the Trump administration's trade policies and to head off new tariffs.
Fiat, Ferrari boards to meet on Marchionne succession - report
The boards of carmakers Fiat Chrysler and Ferrari will meet separately on Saturday to discuss succession plans for Sergio Marchionne, who is chief executive of both carmakers and has been on medical leave, Automotive News said.
Manchester United Transfer News: Hirving Lozano Setback Amid PSV Exit Rumours
Manchester United have reportedly suffered a setback in their pursuit of PSV Eindhoven winger Hirving Lozano following suggestions the Mexican maestro will remain in the Eredivisie for another season...
Trump's hotel in Washington DC is serving a $169 cocktail — but there's a catch
Gabriella Demczuk/Getty The Trump International Hotel in Washington DC is selling a $169 cocktail, but it doesn't contain any hard liquor. Instead, it is served with a Hungarian wine that is delivered on a crystal spoon. The hotel's bar has an entire section of its drinks menu devoted to "Wines By The Crystal Spoon," with each spoonful costing between $15 to $14o. Donald Trump's International Hotel in Washington DC spared no expense for its signature $169 cocktail — well, everything except for hard liquor. The Benjamin Bar & Lounge in the hotel's lobby is reportedly serving the hard liquor-less drink, the most expensive in DC, and it comes with an accompanying ornate crystal spoon, The Washingtonian reported Friday.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: North Korean defector: Kim Jong Un 'is a terrorist'See Also:Within 24 hours, 2 of Trump's top intelligence officials hint that they've considered resigningThe White House is looking to fill the skills gap in data-based jobs with a new training initiativeA retired judge just ruled that 1,400 documents Michael Cohen labeled as privileged are not — and he's not challenging that decision in courtSEE ALSO: 'Did the dog eat his homework too?' CNN's Erin Burnett slams Trump's explanation that he misspoke during his press conference with Putin
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Tapia's grand slam leads Rockies over Diamondbacks 11-10
Pinch-hitter Raimel Tapia hit a grand slam in Colorado's six-run seventh inning, Nolan Arenado had a pair of two-run homers and the Rockies rallied to beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 11-10        
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Real Madrid Transfer News: Latest Rumours on £112M Eden Hazard Bid
Real Madrid are reportedly poised to make a £112 million bid for Chelsea star Eden Hazard, although the Blues are said to be ready to reject any offer short of £200 million...
Ortega compensated for UFC 226, wants title shot
Brian Ortega says he and Dana White were able to work out a financial arrangement in the aftermath of a scrapped UFC 226 title shot at featherweight.        
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German F1 Grand Prix 2018: Start Time, Drivers, TV Schedule and More
Sebastian Vettel, Lewis Hamilton and Max Verstappen will be the drivers to watch at the 2018 Formula One German Grand Prix on Sunday. The latter won the second free practice session by setting a track record at Hockenheim on Friday...
Liverpool vs Dortmund: 2018 ICC Time, TV Schedule and Live Stream
Liverpool kick off their pre-season tour of the United States against Borussia Dortmund on Sunday, as the two teams meet in the 2018 International Champions Cup...
Manchester United vs. San Jose: Team News, Preview, Live Stream, TV Info
Manchester United will continue their pre-season exertions with a friendly against MLS side San Jose Earthquakes at the Levi's Stadium in California on Sunday...
Tour de France 2018: Saturday's Stage 14 Live Stream Schedule, TV Info and Route
After a transition stage on Friday, the peloton will be back to climbing at the 2018 Tour de France on Saturday...
British Open Leaderboard 2018: Saturday Score Updates and Tournament Predictions
Jordan Spieth is just three shots off the lead headed into the third day of the 2018 British Open at Carnoustie in Angus, Scotland on Saturday...
More than 100 separated children reunited with parents in Phoenix
Nearly 100 families separated at the border have been reunited in Phoenix. As many as 200 more are still to be reunited before court-ordered deadline.        
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Keuchel takes no-hitter into 7th, Astros top Angels 3-1
Dallas Keuchel took a no-hitter into the seventh inning of the Astros' 3-1 victory over the Angels        
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Indians win in 11th at Texas after debuting new relievers
Edwin Encarnacion hit an RBI single in the 11th inning to lift Cleveland Indians to a 9-8 win over the Texas Rangers        
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New 'Doctor Who' star walks runway in her first fashion show at Comic-Con
The new star of "Doctor Who" made her fashion show runway debut at Comic-Con in San Diego -- surprising a crowd gathered to see the latest from the Her Universe brand. (July 20)        
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LeBlanc, relievers shut down White Sox in Mariners' 3-1 win
Wade LeBlanc and two relievers combined on a five-hitter, and the Seattle Mariners beat the Chicago White Sox 3-1        
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How to use Slack to onboard new hires
Here are a few ideas, and more than a few Slack apps and extensions, to welcome new employees and bring them up to speed quickly. Getting new hires fully briefed and trained up can be a lengthy process. But by connecting various tools with Slack, you can run an effective and organized onboarding program that gives new employees immediate access to the tools and information they need to make a roaring head start. Here’s how.Read Full Story
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Adam Jones, Chris Davis of Orioles get stuck in elevator following game in Toronto
A group of people that included Adam Jones and Chris Davis of the Orioles got stuck in an elevator for about 30 minutes before they were rescued by a group that appeared to include members of the Toronto Fire Services.        
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Courtney Force leads Mile-High NHRA qualifying
Courtney Force topped Funny Car qualifying in the Dodge Mile-High NHRA Nationals, the first of three Western Swing events        
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Stephen Strasburg Says Argument with Max Scherzer Is 'Part of Family'
Washington Nationals starting pitcher Stephen Strasburg downplayed an argument he had with Max Scherzer in the dugout following a rough outing against the Atlanta Braves on Friday...
Duck boat tragedy: These are the nine Indianapolis family members who died
Ingrid Coleman Douglas of Indianapolis describes the devastation of learning that three generations of her family were killed in Branson, Missouri.        
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Yoenis Cespedes May Have Offseason Surgery on Heel Injury; Recovery 8-10 Months
New York Mets outfielder Yoenis Cespedes said Friday that he is considering offseason surgery to repair calcification in both of his heels, according to SNY's Steve Gelbs ...
Keuchel working on no-hitter for Astros vs Angels through 6
Houston Astros left-hander Dallas Keuchel has not allowed a hit through six innings against the Los Angeles Angels        
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Duda drives in 3, Royals hold on to beat Twins 6-5
Lucas Duda homered and drove in three runs, Danny Duffy won his first home game in 11 months as the Kansas City Royals beat the Minnesota Twins 6-5        
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‘Blindspotting’ star reflects on universal trauma of a violent time
‘Hamilton’ Tony-winner portrays parallels of post-traumatic stress disorder in ‘Blindspotting.’ Daveed Diggs said the story is a metaphor for a traumatized public in a violent period of time. (July 20)        
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Man suspected of shooting officer found, killed by police after 3 days search
A man suspected of fatally shooting a Hawaii police officer was killed during a shootout with officers Friday after a three-day search across the Big Island, authorities said.        
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Vandersloot has triple-double to help Sky beat Wings
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By Firing James Gunn During Comic-Con, Marvel's Reckoning Came at the Worst Time Possible
Sacking the 'Guardians of the Galaxy' helmer was the worst outcome of a lose-lose situation.
Price, Red Sox win again by blanking Tigers 1-0
David Price pitched four-hit ball into the seventh inning and the Boston Red Sox kept right on rolling in their first game after the All-Star break, beating the Detroit Tigers 1-0        
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Comic-Con 2018: 'Glass' Is the Movie M. Night Shyamalan Wanted to Make For Comics Fans
When the filmmaker made 'Unbreakable' in 2000, the studio told him to avoid mentioning comics. Those days are done.
Cespedes homers in return as Mets beat Yankees 7-5
Yoenis Cespedes homered in his return from the disabled list, Noah Syndergaard won his second straight start since coming back from an injury but left after a drop in velocity, and the New York Mets beat the Yankees 7-5 in a Subway Series opener        
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Manny Machado Says He's 'Relieved' After Being Traded to Dodgers from Orioles
New Los Angeles Dodgers shortstop Manny Machado is happy to finally be off the trade block. Prior to his first game with the Dodgers since getting traded to L.A...
'Ghost Recon Wildlands' adds a hardcore permadeath mode
Ubisoft isn't just relying on cameos from aliens and iconic game characters to inject extra life into Ghost Recon Wildlands. When the Special Operation 2 pack arrives on July 24th, it'll include a Ghost Mode that adds some high-stakes realism. For...
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DeMarcus Cousins Says He Doesn't Care About Backlash of Signing with Warriors
DeMarcus Cousins said Thursday it was "crazy" to see the outpouring of anger about his decision to sign with the two-time reigning NBA champion Golden State Warriors in free agency...