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Hollywood execs really love this Snapchat movie script
A fictionalized docudrama about the creation of Snapchat was crowned the most-liked script to make the rounds in Hollywood this year, as it earned the top spot on the Black List. Read more...More about Mashable Video, Snapchat, Evan Spiegel, Tech, and Movies Tv Shows
Nikki Haley makes final address to U.N. Security Council
Nikki Haley has delivered her final address to the U.N. Security Council. She spoke directly about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and urged other nations to take action.
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How future forward are you?
Ad content from Bank of AmericaThink about the world 10 years ago. Smartphones were just adding GPS location services. SLR cameras were just getting video capabilities. The first app store came on the scene. Doesn’t it seem like these inventions have already been around forever? Can you imagine the world without them?The future catches up with you — and today’s digital future is already taking shape around us. Today’s vanguard tech will be tomorrow’s everyday, must-have conveniences. Are you already living in that future, or are you taking it a day at a time? Read on to discover how far into the future you’re already living. Read more...More about Supported, Tech, Innovations, and Consumer Tech
Why Adoption May Be Easier for Gay Men
This post is part of Outward, Slate’s home for coverage of LGBTQ life, thought, and culture. Read more here.
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Episode #1901
Latino USA's traditional episode for the new year is a remix of our favorite music pieces of 2018.
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Monday's WWE Raw Ratings Up 16 Percent After Vince McMahon's Return
The viewership for Raw on Monday night climbed 16 percent from last week, Wrestling Inc's Marc Middleton reported Tuesday. According to Middleton, the show drew 2.547 million viewers, up from 2...
Eight states are on track to have their rainiest year on record
For many in the eastern half of the United States, rain boots, rain jackets and umbrellas have been in regular wardrobe rotation this year. - RSS Channel
UPDATE 2-U.S. FDA panel backs prescribing opioid overdose reversal drug along with painkillers
An advisory panel to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday recommended prescribing the opioid overdose reversal drug, naloxone, along with addictive painkilllers.
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Man City beat Leicester on penalties to reach semi-final
Holders Manchester City edge through to the Carabao Cup semi-finals by beating Leicester City 3-1 on penalties after a 1-1 draw.
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Judge gets frank with Flynn: 'You sold your country out'
Also on Tuesday: The Trump Foundation folds and Christmas decorations tear us apart.        
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Target's same-day delivery service will soon cover all 'major' products
Target's same-day delivery service, Shipt, is about to be much more useful if you'd prefer to shop from home. The company told TechCrunch that it's planning same-day shipping for "all major product categories" in 2019, not just certain groceries and...
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Katie Holmes through the years
The actress turns 40 today.
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Mane attraction at Philly museum is collection of presidential hair
Collector, Robert Peck, couldn’t believe whose hair he’d rescued from the trash.
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Kyle Thompson among 5 golfers to visit troops in Africa
Golf notes: Kyle Thompson among 5 to visit troops in Africa; Ian Poulter among 13 added to Masters through ranking        
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FedEx cuts 2019 view on European softness, global trade concerns
U.S. package delivery company FedEx Corp on Tuesday lowered its 2019 forecast, citing weakness in Europe and signs that global trade is faltering, sending its shares down 4.4 percent in after-hours trade.
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Penny Hardaway: Rick Barnes 'Get the F--k out of Here' After Altercation
Memphis head coach Penny Hardaway and Tennessee head coach Rick Barnes aren't about to become buddies anytime soon...
S&P flat as government shutdown threat, Fed decision loom
The benchmark S&P 500 stock index ended little changed in a choppy trading session on Tuesday as the possibility of a partial U.S. government shutdown raised investor jitters ahead of a highly anticipated meeting of the Federal Reserve.
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Miss Spain is first transgender woman to compete in Miss Universe pageant
As Spain’s representative this year, Angela Ponce has become the first transgender woman to compete in the Miss Universe pageant. "Today I am here, proudly representing my nation, all women and human rights,” she said.
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7 smart home gifts that even renters will love
Having a smart home is cool, but it's a trickier proposition for renters. Unless you've got the best landlord ever, if you don't own your place you may not have the flexibility to mess with ceiling lights or power outlets, or even hang frames on the wall. SEE ALSO: Next-level tech gift ideas for the techie who has it all Fortunately, there are a host of smart home devices that don't require any major in-home changes but still add some extra functionality to anyone's humble abode. Here are some of our picks. Buy them for your friend who rents — or yourself.  1Google Home Hub Google's newly launched Home Hub has a touch display for controls and photos.Image: RAYMOND WONG/MASHABLE Read more...More about Tech, Smart Home, Consumer Tech, Gift Guide 2018, and Tech
Inter Milan Sporting Director Says Mauro Icardi 'Won't Join Juventus'
Mauro Icardi "won't join Juventus," according to Inter Milan sporting director Piero Ausilio, despite the striker stalling on signing a new contract with the Nerazzurri...
Manny Machado would be the splash Yankees don’t come back from
More than just deciding about whether to import one of the game’s great player, the Yankees will be deciding their very identity with the decision of whether to relentlessly pursue Manny Machado. Even last offseason, in trading for Giancarlo Stanton — owner of the largest contract in MLB history — the Yankees crafted a deal...
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AP Analysis: Flynn sentencing abruptly postponed
Associated Press reporter Eric Tucker describes the scene during the sentencing hearing Tuesday for Michael Flynn, where a federal judge abruptly postponed the sentencing, and the judge accused Flynn of selling out his country. (Dec. 18)        
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Enrique Iglesias and Anna Kournikova list Miami mansion
The couple purchased the property in 2015 for $1.8 million and then embarked on a major renovation.
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Uber approved to restart self-driving tests in Pennsylvania
Uber has been given the green light by Pennsylvania officials to restart its self-driving car tests on public roads. The program was shut down last March after a self-driving Uber vehicle struck and killed a pedestrian in Tempe, Arizona. The crash was the first death attributed to a self-driving car, and it was seen as a significant setback for the industry, which is racing to get autonomous vehicles into commercial use. Pennsylvania’s Department of Transportation approved Uber’s request to start testing autonomously in Pittsburgh, where its Advanced Technologies Group is headquartered, according to The Information. The news comes a few days after the tech site reported that a former Uber manager sent an 890-word email to some of the company’s executives that raised safety concerns about its autonomous vehicle program just days before the fatal crash in Tempe. An Uber spokesperson confirmed that PennDOT granted the approval, but cautioned that the company has yet to restart its testing. “We received our letter of authorization, yes but we haven’t put cars back on the road yet,” she said. “we haven’t put cars back on the road yet.” In July, Pennsylvania’s Department of Transportation issued guidance for safety oversight of highly automated vehicles. The voluntary guidance directs self-driving companies to submit a “notice of testing.” The state will collect data on a semiannual basis, including the approximate miles traveled by a company’s automated vehicles in the state. Around that same time, Uber’s self-driving cars returned to the streets of Pittsburgh, albeit in manual mode only. In November, Uber released its voluntary safety report to the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on Friday. In it, Uber commits to resuming testing with two employees in each autonomous vehicle, enabling automatic braking, and strictly monitoring safety drivers. The company said it now has real-time third-party monitoring of backup safety drivers, it sets limits on the amount of time drivers can work per day, and it has improved training.
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Path of Exile: Betrayal sets new expansion record for concurrent players
Path of Exile: Betrayal's launch saw about 189,000 players, a 28 percent increase over the previous expansion high for Fall of Oriath.
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Stocks dip ahead of Fed news; oil prices drop
Global equity markets dipped on Tuesday as nervous investors awaited indications whether the Federal Reserve will be able to raise interest rates much further amid turbulent markets and a weakening outlook for the global economy.
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Dax Shepard defends decision to tell daughter Santa isn't real
The actor said on his podcast that his daughter, 5, was suspicious of Santa's authenticity. He grew tired of making her ignore her "critical thinking."        
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Aberdeen near Premiership summit after Dundee rout
Sam Cosgrove and Andrew Considine both score twice as Aberdeen moved within a point of the Scottish Premiership summit after obliterating Dundee.
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Tinder fires its head of comms, following her participation in a $2 billion lawsuit against Match
Multiple Tinder employees who sued the dating app’s parent company, Match Group, for $2 billion were fired this week, a source close to the employees tells The Verge. Among them is Rosette Pambakian, VP of marketing and communications, who, in the original lawsuit, claimed that former Tinder CEO Greg Blatt sexually assaulted her. Match spokeswoman Justine Sacco wouldn’t confirm the names of the employees affected, but did say a “number” of employees, including Pambakian, were let go because they were “unable to fulfill their job responsibilities.” The company initially placed these employees on administrative leave in August, which meant they weren’t allowed to work but continued being paid. Since being fired, Pambakian sent an email to Match Group CEO Mandy Ginsberg and Tinder CEO Elie Seidman, saying she was subjected to “ongoing intimidation and retaliation” designed to “pressure [her] into resigning.” The Verge received a copy of this email from a source close to Pambakian, which we’ve published at the bottom of this article. The email also says the firing had to do with Pambakian’s sexual harassment claims against Blatt and that she was never interviewed about those claims. She writes, “You told the world that a sham investigation (in which I was never even interviewed) determined the assault was some sort of ‘consensual cuddling’—as if there could by anything consensual about a CEO groping his subordinate in front of other employees after making sexually explicit comments throughout the evening of a company holiday party.” She also claims that Match fired her a day before her options vested. She mentions an arbitration agreement, which forced her to withdraw from Rad’s lawsuit, and that she “refused to sign a non-disparagement agreement presented to me by HR, which would have prevented me from speaking publicly about my experience in exchange for compensation.” Ginsberg responded to Pambakian’s email in her own email, which we’ve also published below. In it, she rejects Pambakian’s retaliation allegations and reiterates that the company investigated Blatt and prior sexual harassment claims. Pambakian, she says, never filed a sexual harassment claim in the first place. “I was not the CEO at the time, but I know you were interviewed on at least two separate occasions and you never alleged sexual harassment,” she writes. She goes on to say that Pambakian’s options “have already been accelerated, and should be exercisable in your account, along with the other equity awards that have vested since August,” and says that the arbitration agreement is standard and “there is no NDA in them and we never tried to force you to sign a non-disparagement agreement. You’re free to talk about anything publicly that you’d like.” Much of this correspondence has already played out in public. Match responded to Pambakian’s sexual harassment allegations in the lawsuit around the time of filing and said it, “conducted a careful and thorough investigation under the direction of independent Board members, concluded, among other things, that there was no violation of law or company policy, and took appropriate action.” The lawsuit itself centers on the allegation that Match purposely undervalued Tinder in an effort to avoid paying lots of cash to the original team, but it’s unclear what involvement Pambakian will have going forward as she had to withdraw. Rosette’s email: Dear Mandy, Six years ago I wrote the very first press release for Tinder. Since then, I’ve poured my heart and soul into this company and helped grow it into a global phenomenon and top-grossing app. I was the youngest and longest-standing female executive at the company. I love Tinder. And I love my colleagues. But you have now fired me from a company I was so proud to build in blatant retaliation for joining a group of colleagues and Tinder’s original founding members in a lawsuit against Match and IAC, standing up for our rights, calling out the company’s CEO Greg for sexual misconduct, and confronting the company about covering up what happened to me. While I truly hoped that decency and professionalism would prevail and that you would let me return to work, I knew that was probably unlikely when I was placed on leave the very day the lawsuit was filed and you continued to defend the actions of the executive that I spoke out against. Rather than acknowledge the truth and condemn his actions, you chalked it up it to “bad judgment.” To make matters worse, you told the world that a sham investigation (in which I was never even interviewed) determined the assault was some sort of “consensual cuddling”—as if there could by anything consensual about a CEO groping his subordinate in front of other employees after making sexually explicit comments throughout the evening of a company holiday party. No company that has faced allegations like this has gone to such lengths to protect one of its own – it’s truly despicable. Since being placed on leave, I’ve been subjected to ongoing intimidation and retaliation clearly designed to pressure me into resigning—from immediately removing my name from my office and converting it into a conference room, to trying to coerce me into turning over my private and personal data on my phone. Though I can think of no other company that has actually fired the woman who made sexual assault allegations against an executive—the company’s actions here, including firing me just one day before my remaining options vest, are totally consistent with the way you have circled the wagons around him from day one. Was the board aware that the company would publicly blame the victim? When I refused to sign a non-disparagement agreement presented to me by HR, which would have prevented me from speaking publicly about my experience in exchange for compensation, Match snuck an arbitration clause into its employees’ most recent compliance acknowledgements, causing me, Jonathan, James and Josh to have to withdraw from the lawsuit. Know that my former Tinder colleagues and I still vigorously support that lawsuit — IAC and Match cheated us out of what we were promised and rightfully earned in exchange for building Tinder into Barry Diller’s most valuable business. As the lawsuit progresses the evidence will emerge and the world will see how IAC and Match plotted against their employees and rewarded misconduct. I never imagined that I’d be pushed out of my company for standing up for what is right. But if that is the cost of being on the right side of history, I’ll pay it. As a woman CEO, I truly hope that you reconsider the safety of your remaining female workforce and allow Tinder and other Match owned companies to follow in the footsteps of Uber, Facebook and Google in eliminating forced arbitration for sexual misconduct claims. We deserve better. Rosette Mandy’s email: Dear Rosette, I’m glad you reached out to me directly and I would like to take this opportunity to clarify a few points, because there seems to be a very real disconnect here that I truly want to fix. You were not terminated because you reported Greg for sexual harassment. You couldn’t have been, as you never reported Greg for sexual harassment. When Sean Rad brought the subject up nearly five months later, right after the valuation process commenced, it was immediately and thoroughly investigated by the Board, independently without any involvement from Greg, which concluded that no sexual harassment occurred. I was not the CEO at the time, but I know that you were interviewed on at least two separate occasions and you never alleged sexual harassment. On the topic of sexual harassment at Tinder, you know how seriously reports are taken. You yourself reported two other male colleagues, whom Sean Rad hired, and they were very quickly dismissed. Clearly, it was taken very seriously given the company terminated those individuals. More importantly though, Greg is no longer here. I am. And I promise you, we do not retaliate against anyone who reports sexual harassment. Your position was never at risk due to any sexual harassment complaints. I wanted to find a way to keep you employed at Tinder. As explained in the letter we sent you, you were terminated because it was not possible for you to fulfill the duties and responsibilities of your role as Tinder’s spokesperson for a number of reasons, including your public position against the company over a valuation process. We also recently asked you to come to the office for a meeting with the HR department to discuss work-related activities and policies and were told that we can only contact you through your attorneys. Unfortunately, it’s impossible for you to do your work at Tinder if all communications related to your job have to go through your lawyers. As it relates to your personal information, any suggestion that we have been trying to access it is just not true. Like any company, we’ve asked for you, and all other employees involved, to return company laptops, phones and other devices to us. And unfortunately, we couldn’t retrieve a number of company devices from you and the others since you claimed that they were coincidentally all lost or damaged just before you decided to sue the company. There are two last points I want to make: on the point about your equity, those options have already been accelerated, and should be exercisable in your account, along with the other equity awards that have vested since August. However, on the arbitration agreements, there is no NDA in them and we never tried to force you to sign a non-disparagement agreement. You’re free to talk about anything publicly that you’d like. You have already done so and that’s your prerogative. But the arbitration agreement is attached again. As you already know from when you signed it, it’s clearly labeled “Agreement to Arbitrate.” I am a strong female advocate and have said to the women in the organization that as a female CEO in charge, I have zero tolerance for bad behavior and I am very much invested in every single employee’s success. If you’d like to discuss any of the above, or have a productive dialogue, I am here and will make myself available for an in person meeting. Just let me know. Mandy
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Micron quarterly revenue misses estimates on falling chip prices
Chipmaker Micron Technology Inc on Tuesday missed Wall Street estimates for quarterly revenue, hurt by falling prices for its memory chips due to a supply glut.
How to Buy the Perfect Present, With the Lifehacker Staff
Buying presents can be… stressful. It’s often hard to know what to buy for that film buff friend, or for the brother-in-law who’s really into cooking these days. Fortunately, The Upgrade is here to help—just think of this episode as our gift to you. Here, seven Lifehacker staffers each share three perfect gift ideas,…Read more...
Google is giving away Assassin’s Creed Origins for free if you demo Project Stream
Google has a pretty sweet deal for any PC users eager to try its new, experimental Project Stream, a video game streaming platform built by the search giant’s cloud computing division. If you play just one hour of Ubisoft’s recently released Assassin’s Creed Origins, you’ll get a free copy of the game for PC / Mac through the publisher’s Uplay platform, via Eurogamer. (The game retails for around $20 on Uplay right now, but it costs around $35 on console.) The promotion is restricted to US users, and you have until January 15th to clock your hour of play time to claim the free title. Project Stream, first announced in the beginning of October, is an effort for Google to test the waters of game streaming. The only available title on Stream right now is Origins, mainly to test the viability of Google’s platform with a big fall launch game. Origins is a high-fidelity product that can only be played on a PC with a moderately powerful graphics card, and alternatively, it requires the latest PlayStation or Xbox hardware to play on console. Of course, Google is not alone in its efforts to build a game streaming platform. Both Microsoft and Sony are building out similar services. Sony’s PlayStation Now service already offers game streaming with a growing library of titles, while Microsoft recently took the wraps off its platform, to be called xCloud, that will reportedly run on a pair of next-gen consoles slated for 2020. Meanwhile, a number of other companies, like the French startup Blade and chip maker Nvidia, have existing game streaming services that are slowly but surely getting better. That Google wants in on the market is an interesting development. But right now, the company won’t say whether Project Stream will transform into a consumer product. There is the potential that Google is experimenting to see if its cloud computing infrastructure could support such a service from a third-party company, or if Google could offer the backend to a game streaming platform built by someone else. Right now, the company clearly needs more testers, and it’s giving away a game barely two months old in exchange for some valuable data.
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Stock Markets Are Wild, but Bond Markets Can Be Dangerous
The sell-off in stocks isn’t the only ominous economic sign emanating from financial markets. The bond markets, much more closely linked to the actual economy, are also flashing a warning.
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The weird, wonderful world of Spotify's many Christmas playlists
An Ode a weekly column where we share the stuff we're really into in hopes that you'll be really into it, too. It's the most wonderful time of the year, and, if you're like me, a time to bathe in the cascade of Christmas songs, Grinches and Scrooges be damned.  For a solid month between Thanksgiving and Christmas Day, it is wall-to-wall Christmas music, flooding out of every speaker, radio, and PA system you come across. This may sound like hell to some people but, reader, those people are wrong.  Making things even more fun, streaming platforms have revolutionized the way we can consume Christmas music: no ads, access to just about every possible version of every possible Christmas song, and, most importantly, the curated playlist.  Read more...More about Spotify, Christmas Music, An Ode To, Ode To, and Culture
Teacher of the year for life: Professor hired mercenaries to rescue student from ISIS
Charlotta Turner, a chemistry professor at Sweden’s Lund University, hired a team of mercenaries to extricate a student from ISIS-occupied territory when she found out they were going to be late on an assignment. Now we know exactly who this mug belongs to: The extraordinary events occurred in 2014 when graduate student Firas Jumaah left Sweden in response to a family emergency: ISIS had occupied a village adjacent to his hometown, where his wife and two children remained. Jumaah told Lunds University Magazine (LUM): My wife was panicked, everyone was shocked at how IS behaved. I took the first plane… This story continues at The Next Web
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Now we’ve seen it all, dog does CPR
Get you a dog that can save your life…or at least look super cute trying.        
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Vet Pete Davidson mocked on ‘SNL’ reached out to him after Instagram post
"I talked to him personally," explained Dan Crenshaw.
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Ex-Marlins President David Samson to Booing Crowd in Miami: 'F--k You!'
Former Miami Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria is not a popular figure amongst the team's fans, given that he regularly used his cut of the MLB 's shared revenue as personal profit ...
Police detective demoted after dropping his retired K-9 at an animal shelter
Ringo, a 10-year-old yellow Labrador retriever, was 'thought to be living with his handler' but his initial trainer found out he was in a shelter.        
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Charter Spectrum's Apple TV App and Zero Sign-on May Not Arrive Until 2019
When tvOS 12 was introduced back in June of 2018, Apple announced a new Zero Sign-on feature, a followup to Single sign-on. Zero Sign-on is designed to let you sign into all TV apps automatically when connected to your TV provider's broadband. At the same time, Apple said the feature would first work with Charter Spectrum, with support expected to be implemented "later this year," aka some point before December 31, 2018. Charter Spectrum is expected to debut a new Apple TV app that will enable the feature and allow Charter Spectrum subscribers to watch cable content on the Apple TV. It looks like the rollout of the Charter Spectrum app and the Zero sign-on feature is not going to make that deadline, as Apple today updated its Apple TV 4K page to change some of the wording to reflect the delay. Rather than stating that Charter Spectrum cable subscribers will be able to watch live channels and on-demand programs with Apple TV "later this year," the page now says that the feature is "coming soon." Prior to today's wording change: "And later this year, Charter Spectrum cable customers can watch live channels and thousands of on-demand programs with Apple TV." After the wording change: "And coming soon, Charter Spectrum cable customers can watch live channels and thousands of on-demand programs with Apple TV." That Apple has swapped "coming soon" for "later this year" suggests the Charter Spectrum app and the Zero Sign-on feature will be coming sometime after 2018, perhaps early in 2019.Related Roundups: Apple TV, tvOS 12Buyer's Guide: Apple TV (Caution)Discuss this article in our forums
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Stars pay tribute to Penny Marshall
The "Laverne & Shirley" star and successful director died at her Hollywood Hills home from diabetes-related complications
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Packers Place Aaron Jones on IR with Knee Injury; Sign WR Allen Lazard
The Green Bay Packers announced they placed running back Aaron Jones on season-ending injured reserve Tuesday because of a knee injury suffered in Sunday's Week 15 loss to the Chicago Bears ...
Target’s Shipt same-day delivery service will expand to take on Amazon and Walmart
Shipt, the same-day grocery delivery service acquired by Target last year, has announced plans to expand into more cities and offer a wider product selection starting in 2019. The company told TechCrunch that the service will begin deliveries of “all major product categories” next year, expanding from groceries and home goods into clothing, beauty products, and more. Shipt employs shoppers to pick up items and deliver them to customers in as little as one hour. The service currently excludes clothing, shoes, accessories, bedding, bath, and entertainment items from deliveries, but it appears that’ll change next year with the company’s expansion plans. Shipt says it’s now available in 200 markets across 46 states, and will continue to expand to new markets, though it hasn’t specified which cities yet. Target Today’s news is yet another sign of the competition between retail giants like Target, Walmart, and Amazon heating up as they try to lure shoppers with better delivery deals. A yearly Shipt membership is $99, $20 cheaper than Amazon Prime’s $119 annual fee, which includes same-day shipping. Amazon, which recently ended a partnership with Shipt rival Instacart inside of Whole Foods, also charges an extra $14.99 per month on top of the Prime membership for its own grocery delivery service, AmazonFresh. Meanwhile, Walmart has partnered with a long list of companies for its deliveries, which include Uber, Lyft, Postmates, and DoorDash. The company also recently announced it’s testing a crowdsourced last-mile delivery service called Spark Delivery. It also owns and sells its product stock on, which offers three-hour deliveries in major cities. Walmart doesn’t have membership fees and instead offers free two-day shipping on orders over $35, which some shoppers may prefer. In any case, more options are opening up for shoppers who want the convenience of groceries and essentials delivered to their homes on the same day.
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Michael Flynn’s Rough Day in Court Showed Political Arguments Aren’t Working With Judges
Just days after Donald Trump’s inauguration, the deputy director of the FBI called Michael Flynn, the new national security advisor, on a secure line. After chatting about a recent training, Flynn suggested the FBI send over some agents to talk with him about his conversations with the Russians during the presidential transition. What happened next…
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Uber gets approval from Pennsylvania to resume self-driving testing
Uber Technologies Inc received approval from Pennsylvania to resume self-driving car testing on public roads this week, state records show.
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Trump Administration Report on School Safety Plays Down Role of Guns
The report instead focused on rescinding Obama-era disciplinary policies, improving mental health services and training school personnel in the use of firearms.
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Micron quarterly revenue rises 16 percent
Chipmaker Micron Technology Inc reported a 16 percent rise in first-quarter revenue on Tuesday, helped by higher demand for its memory chips from data centers.