Bolivia AG orders investigation into members of electoral tribunal after OAS report

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4 major cannabis companies reported disappointing earnings this week. Here's how each one did.
REUTERS/Blair Gable Canopy Growth, Aurora Cannabis, Cronos Group, and Tilray all reported quarterly earnings this week.  All reports fell short of analyst expectations and sent shares falling amid a difficult year for the cannabis industry.  Here's how each company did, and how much the stock was affected.  Read more on Business Insider.  It was a rough week for cannabis companies. Four of the biggest businesses in the game — Canopy Growth, Aurora Cannabis, Cronos Group, and Tilray — reported earnings that fell short of analyst expectations.  That led to stock declines across the board for the marijuana producers, ranging from a 2% slide for Tilray shares Wednesday to a 17.5% slide for Canopy Growth Friday.  Now, shares of each company are a far cry from highs seen over the last year. In that time, the cannabis industry has dealt with a number of hurdles that have sent stock prices tumbling.   "The headwinds around delayed retail development and corresponding bottlenecks at the wholesale level are likely to weigh heavily on results," wrote W. Andrew Carter, an analyst at Stifel, in an earnings primer November 3.  Injuries related to vaping have been a drag for the industry. And, regulatory issues have led at least one company to destroy millions of dollars of weed inventory.  Going forward, cannabis companies will need to spend heavily to grow, an "underappreciated aspect of the nascent, highly regulated, and quickly evolving category," according to Carter.  This is apparent for companies looking to capture the legal market in Canada, as well as those looking to capitalize on the CBD market in the US, Carter said. According to Stifel, the US CBD category could be worth $5 billion over the next few years.  Here's what four of the top cannabis companies reported in their quarterly earnings this week, and what effect that had on their stock prices a day after each earnings release:1. Tilray Inc. Markets Insider Ticker: TLRY Reported earnings: November 12, 2019  Here's what the company reported (in Canadian dollars), versus what analysts surveyed by Bloomberg expected: Adjusted Ebitda loss: $23.5 million reported, versus $19.3 million (expected)  Revenue: $51.1 million reported, versus $48.9 million (expected)  Stock reaction post-earnings: -3% 2. Cronos Group Markets Insider Ticker: CRON Reported earnings: November 12, 2019  Here's what the company reported (in Canadian dollars), versus what analysts surveyed by Bloomberg expected: Adjusted Ebitda loss: $23.9 million reported, versus $19.7 million (expected)  Revenue: $12.7 million reported, versus $13.7 million (expected)  Stock reaction post-earnings: -7.3%  3. Aurora Cannabis Markets Insider Ticker: ACB Reported earnings: November 14, 2019  Here's what the company reported (in Canadian dollars), versus what analysts surveyed by Bloomberg expected: Adjusted Ebitda loss: $39.7 million reported, versus $20.8 million (expected)  Revenue: $75.2 million reported, versus $90.6 million (expected)  Stock reaction post-earnings: -17.3%   See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:Meet Stephen Miller, the 34-year-old White House adviser who's being called to resign after leaked emails showed him sharing white supremacist linksMeet Roger Stone: One of Donald Trump's most loyal supporters, who was found guilty of obstructing the Russia investigationChaos, crazy ideas, and cashing in: Trump and WeWork's Adam Neumann have these 5 things in common
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Spotify's latest feature creates a playlist for your road trip
It's no secret Spotify wants to give you as many playlist options as possible, and today it's adding one more. Only this time, the streaming service wants to help you create a list for a specific activity: a road trip. With "Soundtrack your Ride," Sp...
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Walmart vs. Target: Which One Really Has the Best Black Friday Deals?
Walmart and Target are both slashing prices in the hopes that you'll spend your hard-earned Black Friday dollars with them this year. But we're not made of money; let's see which retailer has the best deals in some key categories. When Do the Deals Start? Walmart's official Black Friday event begins online at 10 p.m. ET on Wednesday, Nov. 27 and in stores on Thanksgiving Day, beginning at 6 p.m. local time. For those who can't wait, has some "Buy Now" Black Friday deals today, and more "Pre-Black Friday" deals on Nov. 22. Target will kick off its in-store event at 5 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day. Stores will be open until 1 a.m. on Black Friday, Nov. 29, then reopen at 7 a.m. Of course, you can always skip the in-store hassle and shop online. Read more...More about Mashable Shopping, Tech, and Consumer Tech
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Doctor scarred girl’s face during laser treatment to remove birthmark: suit
A 6-year-old girl’s face was permanently scarred by a University of Minnesota doctor during a laser procedure to remove a birthmark, a new lawsuit claims. The girl’s mother, Kasey Bernu, told the Star Tribune that she wants “accountability” after Dr. Kristen Hook’s inexperience while using a laser in 2017 left her daughter with several circular...
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No One Can Unsee the Images of This ‘Demonic’ Child in the Baby Monitor
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Trump asks Supreme Court to stop Congress from getting his financial records
President Donald Trump on Friday asked the U.S. Supreme Court to block a lower court ruling directing an accounting firm to hand over his financial records to a Democratic-led congressional panel, setting up a major clash between branches of government.
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Texas parole board recommends delaying Rodney Reed's execution
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'Growth mindset' cultures like Microsoft's drive organizational transformation, researchers say. Here’s how this has measurable results for companies.
Business InsiderREUTERS/Charles Platiau Microsoft has grown as a company, in part due to the growth mindset embedded in its culture. Research based on acclaimed Stanford University psychologist Carol Dweck's growth mindset looks at the relationship between how employees perceive an organization's mindset and how trusting and committed they are to the organization.  Dr. Elizabeth Canning and Dr. Mary Murphy, the researchers behind the 2019 organizational mindset study, were surprised by "how strongly and consistently organizational mindset predicted important cultural norms that have been shown to be vital to an organization's success." Here's exactly why growth mindset matters as part of the fabric of an organization's perceived thought process.  Click here for more BI Prime stories. Growth mindset grew out of primary school classrooms, has entered into corporate offices, and is now heading back into the research lab.  For example, as we've noted, Microsoft credits lots of its turnaround to growth mindset, a concept drawn out of the research of Stanford psychologist Carol Dweck about how young children (and later adults) react to challenges. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:A major nonprofit ranked U.S. companies for doing the best for their communities, workers, and the environment, and Salesforce and PayPal made huge jumps from last year.Microsoft is rolling out a new management framework to its leaders. It centers around a psychological insight called growth mindset.Bill Gates says that savvy strategic partnerships drove Microsoft's early success — here's what you can learn from itSEE ALSO: How Satya Nadella's leadership style catapulted Microsoft to a trillion-dollar valuation — and what you can learn from it
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Ex-tennis club chief pleads guilty in college bribery case
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Navy UFO mystery deepens with report that ‘unknown individuals’ had evidence erased
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Amex is cutting Boingo and Gogo internet benefits from its Business Platinum card in 2020
The Points Guy If you have the Business Platinum® Card from American Express, you'll no longer be able to use two of its benefits starting in 2020. Amex is eliminating the Boingo Wi-Fi benefit, as well as the Gogo in-flight internet benefit. Those perks represent about $1,600 in value, but even without them the Business Platinum can get you several thousands of dollars in value thanks to its welcome bonus, points earning, annual statement credits and more. Read more personal finance coverage. American Express is ending its relationships with both Gogo® and Boingo effective Jan. 1, 2020. If you have the Business Platinum Card from American Express or an American Express Corporate card, that means that you will lose the complimentary access that came with the card as seen on recent statements.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Behind the scenes with Shepard Smith — the Fox News star who just announced his resignation from the networkSee Also:6 reasons why I have both the Amex Platinum and Amex Business Platinum — despite their high annual feesThe best rewards credit cards — updated for November 2019United Explorer Card review: Bonus miles, free checked bags, TSA PreCheck, and more
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Trade hopes propel Wall Street to records; healthcare climbs
Wall Street's main stock indexes closed at record levels on Friday, fueled by fresh optimism over a potential calming of U.S.-China trade tensions and by big gains in shares of healthcare companies.
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OnePlus is discounting its best new phones by $150 — the deals run from November 18 through December 2
  OnePlus phones have long offered excellent value for money. Its phones have high-end flagship specs and a sleek design that rivals many phones that cost nearly double the price. OnePlus has announced some impressive deals for Black Friday and Cyber Monday, including $150 off its latest-and-greatest phones, the OnePlus 7T and OnePlus 7 Pro. You can also save $150 on the slightly older OnePlus 6T. The deals run from November 18 through December 2, but knowing how popular OnePlus phones are, the deals may sell out fast. Be sure to check out our other Black Friday and Cyber Monday deal coverage and Business Insider Coupons for more chances to save. OnePlus is getting into the Black Friday and Cyber Monday spirit with some great phone deals, which is great news for those who want an awesome phone at an affordable price. The company has announced some impressive discounts on its most popular phones. You can save $150 on the new OnePlus 7T, the slightly older OnePlus 6T, and the new OnePlus 7 Pro. These deals are available from November 18 to December 2. OnePlus 7T Deal OnePlus The OnePlus 7T is the brand's latest phone for North America, and with this sale price of $449, it's an absolute steal. It has a beautiful edge-to-edge display on the front with a small teardrop-shaped notch at the top, along with top-tier specs — like a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855+ processor, 8GB of RAM, and 256GB of storage. The display is 90Hz, so it refreshes quickly to give you ultra-smooth transitions. On the back, you'll get a triple-lens camera similar to the one on the OnePlus 7 Pro, and that helps you get excellent shots in most situations. Get the OnePlus 7T from OnePlus, $449 (originally $599) [You save $150]  One Plus 7 Pro Deal OnePlus The OnePlus 7 Pro may not be OnePlus' latest phone, but it's still arguably the best — especially at this sale price of $549. It has a modern design, powerful specs, and a great display. The device boasts an impressive edge-to-edge display, with a pop-up camera at the top, which activates when you open up the camera app. Under the hood, you'll get a Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 processor, along with up to 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. The camera is nice too. Sure, it's not quite as high-quality as the Pixel 4's camera, but it has a triple-sensor lens and should be able to take decent shots in any situation. Get the OnePlus 7 Pro from OnePlus, $549 (originally $699) [You save $150] OnePlus 6T Deal OnePlus The OnePlus 6T is getting a $ 150 discount too, bringing the price down to $449, which while affordable, makes it the same price as the newer OnePlus 7T, which is a better deal. The device was among the best phones of its time, and offers a nice design with a teardrop notch at the top, along with pretty powerful specs. You'll get a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, along with up to 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage, and a dual-sensor lens on the back. Sure, it's not quite as powerful or impressive as other OnePlus phones, but it still has a lot to offer. Get the OnePlus 6T from OnePlus, $449 (originally $599) [You save $150] See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:The best online deals and sales happening now16 gift baskets for all sorts of tastes and interests — from gourmet pastries and bread to Japanese snacks they can't find in the US12 white Christmas trees that give you a blank canvas for ornaments and decor
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Jennifer Rothwell’s husband charged with murder as search for body continues
A Missouri man was charged Friday with murdering his wife after blood found inside the couple’s home was determined to be hers, authorities said. Beau H. Rothwell, 28, is accused of killing his wife Jennifer Rothwell, also 28, Monday inside the couple’s home in Creve Coeur. He told police he last saw Jennifer early Tuesday....
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Twitter tightens bans on political ads and causes ahead of 2020 U.S. election
Twitter Inc on Friday said its political advertising ban will include references to political candidates or legislation, and it will not allow ads that advocate for a certain outcome on social and political causes.
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Factbox: Technology for Alphabet's futuristic smart city dream in Toronto
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How to get the Disney+ bundle with ESPN+ and the ad-free version of Hulu
Hulu/Disney+/ESPN+ On Tuesday, November 12, Disney launched its new streaming service, Disney+.  Disney+ offers two subscription options: $6.99/month, or a slightly cheaper $69.99/year ($5.83/month). Additionally, Disney+ offers a combined deal with ESPN+ and Hulu, allowing users to combine all three streaming services for $12.99/month (a $17.97/month value).  The three-service bundle includes Hulu's basic plan, which includes ads, but we'll walk you through how to combine Disney+ and ESPN+ with Hulu's ad-free plan, which we recommend over the basic plan.  Product Embed: Product Name: Disney+ Monthly Subscription Service Card Type: small Width: 100% Height: 150%Product Embed: Product Name: Hulu Streaming Service Card Type: small Width: 100% Height: 150% At just $6.99 per month, Disney+ is as nostalgic as it is affordable (in comparison to many other streaming services). Not only does Disney's new streaming service offer exclusive programming from Disney, Pixar, Star Wars, Marvel, and National Geographic, it is also stocked with plenty of old favorites.  As if the launch of Disney+ isn't exciting enough on its own, the streaming service offers a bundle with ESPN+ and Hulu's basic plan for an additional $6 ($12.99 total). Although the deal involves the version of Hulu with ads included, there is a workaround to include ad-free Hulu for an extra $6 per month. You'll still save $5 per month by signing up for all three services this way compared with signing up for each of them separately. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:28 gifts for him that you can get on Amazon — all under $100The Polar Ignite is the GPS fitness watch I've been looking for to replace my aging Fitbit — here's what it's like to useI got my teeth straightened in 5 months using SmileDirectClub's invisible aligners — here's what the process was like from start to finish
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3 ways e-commerce sellers can improve ROI in 2020 with data analytics
2020 will be here before we know it, and if you’re like me, that means that you’re already looking ahead to how you can improve your e-commerce business in the year to come. While there are many things you can do to improve the profitability of your e-commerce brand, such as improving your supply chain or ensuring that your website is accessible for disabled users, few things will prove more important than properly implementing data analytics. With quality data analytics and business intelligence tools, you can pull from a wide range of data sources — such as sales numbers, marketing… This story continues at The Next Web
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Trump's attack on former ambassador is witness intimidation: Schiff
The Democratic congressman leading the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump said Trump's attack on former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch on Friday was part of a pattern of intimidating witnesses.
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Jets are the wrong team to search for Myles Garrett supporters
Myles Garrett ended the season of backup quarterback Trevor Siemian with two late hits in September, so it’s no surprise the Jets weren’t exactly defending him Friday over his helmet-wielding assault of Pittsburgh’s Mason Rudolph. Garrett was suspended indefinitely — and at least for the remainder of this season — for the dangerous melee at...
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Who's scheduled to publicly testify next in Trump's impeachment hearings
Associated Press The impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump has officially moved into its public phase, and witnesses in the inquiry are beginning to testify in an open session before Congress. On Wednesday, the public phase of the inquiry kicked off with the testimony of acting US ambassador to Ukraine Bill Taylor and State Department official George Kent. Nine more diplomats and national security officials — many of whom have already appeared to testify behind closed-doors — will testify publicly in the next week. Here's the full schedule of which witnesses are publicly testifying in the coming days.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump has officially moved into its public phase, and witnesses are beginning to testify in open session before the House Intelligence Committee, House Committee on Foreign Affairs, and House Oversight Committee, who are jointly pursuing the inquiry.  On Wednesday, the public phase of the inquiry kicked off with the testimony of acting US ambassador to Ukraine Bill Taylor and State Department official George Kent.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Extremists turned a frog meme into a hate symbol, but Hong Kong protesters revived it as an emblem of hopeSee Also:9 times Trump and the people around him have put national security at riskA whistleblower, a cover-up, and a quid pro quo: Here's everything we've learned from the impeachment inquiryBill Taylor and George Kent's vivid testimony in the first open impeachment hearing blew up Trump's defense in the Ukraine scandalSEE ALSO: Everything you need to know about Trump's impeachment process: What's happened, who the players are, and what comes next
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CBP seizes 11 counterfeit Super Bowl, World Series rings
Philadelphia Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers seized 11 counterfeit Super Bowl and other championship rings in Pennsylvania earlier this month that would have been worth $526,000 if authentic, officials said Wednesday.
A couple had an Olive Garden wedding complete with a late-night breadstick bar
Jeanne Sherman Photography Michigan couple Samantha Roberts and Jeff Gilleland celebrated their love with an Olive Garden-themed wedding, complete with a late-night breadstick bar.  Also on the menu was Olive Garden's bruschetta, mushroom ravioli, spaghetti with meatballs, and more.  Gilleland proposed to Roberts while they were on Olive Garden's Pasta Passport to Italy trip, which he won in 2017.  The couple also took their engagement pictures at an Olive Garden.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. From their first dates to their proposal and engagement photo shoot, Olive Garden has always played a huge part in Samantha Roberts and Jeff Gilleland's love story.  So when it came time to finally tie the knot, the Michigan couple knew they had to make Olive Garden a part of their wedding as well.  The couple surprised their guests with an Olive Garden menu, including a late-night breadstick bar complete with marinara and Alfredo dipping sauces.  Insider spoke to Roberts and Gilleland about their love for each other and for Olive Garden, as well as their breadstick-fueled wedding day. Samantha Roberts and Jeff Gilleland first met on a blind date. Jeanne Sherman Photography "At the time, Samantha's roommate's mother was also my physical therapist for all my sports-related injuries," Gilleland told Insider.  "One day, she asked if I was single because she knew the perfect girl, and thought we would be a good match for each other. Turns out she was right!"  Both Roberts and Gilleland grew up with Olive Garden, and often went there on their dates. Jeanne Sherman Photography "For Samantha, it was a time to have a nice dinner with her mother or grandparents," Gilleland said. "For me, I traveled for soccer quite a bit and we would always go as a team. It was a time for all of us friends and family to have a nice dinner and relax together."  And when they first started dating, Roberts and Gilleland often met at Olive Garden.  "When you love the chicken parm as much as we do, it becomes a pretty easy decision where to eat," the couple told Insider.  Gilleland was one of 50 people to win Olive Garden's Pasta Passport to Italy in 2017, and he knew it would be the perfect place to propose to Roberts. Jeanne Sherman Photography That year, Olive Garden offered 50 customers the chance to purchase a seven-night, all-inclusive trip to Italy for two — along with an eight-week unlimited pasta pass at Olive Garden — at the cost of just $200.  After Gilleland won the trip, he decided to reach out to the organizers and see if they had recommendations for where he could propose to Roberts in Italy.  "They looped in the rest of the Olive Garden team and we hatched a fantastic plan for a proposal at a vineyard in Tuscany," Gilleland added.  See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:The engagement ring styles everyone will be wearing in 2020, according to jewelry experts18 wedding trends you'll see everywhere in 2020Teen daughters decided to 'pre-create' a wedding day so they could dance with their father after he was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer
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Raw deal! Popeyes kid caught working the kitchen during hour-long waits
A desperate Popeyes in Texas allowed a boy to work in the kitchen. Shocking video shows the kid, appearing to be 8 or 9 years old, wearing an apron and handling raw chicken. The restaurant, located in The Colony, Texas, reportedly was short staffed and had a line out the door — presumably due to...
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Texas Parole Board Recommends Delaying Execution of Rodney Reed
The board unanimously voted to recommend that Gov. Greg Abbott grant a 120-day reprieve and call off the execution scheduled for next week.
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Google's Files app now streams local media to your Chromecast
Google just made it decidedly easier to beam your personal media collection to your Chromecast device of choice. An updated version of the Files by Google app includes long-in-the-making support for playing your audio, photos and videos on any Chrom...
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Pokémon Sword and Shield’s camping is perfectly fluffy
Part of the allure of Pokémon games is growing attached to each new creature you catch. Games like Pokémon X and Y, Sun and Moon, and Let’s Go incorporate some sort of bonding, from giving your pals a good pat to feeding and cleaning them up. In Pokémon Sword and Shield, downtime doesn’t just happen with one member of your team; it happens with the whole gang at once with the game’s camping feature. When you’re out in the wild and between towns, camping is an easy way to quickly revive and refresh your party. Sword and Shield feature a curry cooking option where you choose from berries and other food items you’ve collected to create new recipes. Once you’ve laid out your ingredients, you fan campfire flames and stir the pot via motion control of frantic button mashing to perfect your dinner. Cook a good meal, and your team will gain experience, regain their health, and bond. You can start fresh without having to rush back to the nearest Pokémon Center every few battles while you level grind. Campsites also serve as a way to get face time with your pokémon. Your party wanders and mingles among themselves as you watch; a quick whistle will usually bring them running. While talking is an easy way to check up on how they’re feeling, you can also toss a ball or wave a feather wand around to play (a good reminder that you’re still traveling with a flock of fancy pets). Camping in Sword and Shield isn’t a deep or especially robust system. You cook and you do some basic interacting with your party. I could have gone the entire game without needing to chuck a ball over and over for my electric corgi. But having the option is what I like most about Pokémon games: brief moments built on my own attachments to fantastical creatures I’d never know otherwise.
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Friends post touching tributes to Santa Clarita shooting victim Gracie Muehlberger
Friends of Gracie Muehlberger, the first Santa Clarita school shooting victim to be identified, posted numerous tributes to her life on Instagram Friday — remembering the freshman as a good friend who loved to joke around. “Gracie was a kind-hearted, very funny girl that didn’t deserve to die,” friend Jonathan Harris told The Post after...
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Bronny James, Zaire Wade Sierra Canyon Team to Appear on ESPN Networks 15 Times
Basketball fans who miss the LeBron James-Dwyane Wade pairing will get many looks at what the next generation of that collaboration looks like...
What's the Best Breakfast in Your City?
Dottie’s True Blue Café fed me the first home fries that I actually enjoyed—the first home fries that weren’t just filler to top off my stomach after I’d finished the real food. That’s why there’s a line around the corner (6th and Market), and why of all my favorite breakfast spots in San Francisco (Boogaloos! Sears!…Read more...
You Can Now Buy Pretend Food for Your $2,900 Sony Robot Dog
There’s no denying the appeal of a robot dog. You get the companionship, the fun of playtime, and the pre-programmed loyalty without all the mess or expenses of feeding and maintenance. Unless you really want to feed your Aibo, in which case Sony will happily sell you make-believe virtual meals and treats that unlock…Read more...
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Roger Stone to Michael Cohen: the men in Trump's orbit implicated in crimes
Roger Stone is the latest among a growing list of people once in the president’s inner circle who have been convicted on federal chargesRoger Stone, Donald Trump’s longtime adviser, was convicted on Friday of obstructing a congressional investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election. The verdict makes Stone only the latest among a growing list of people once in the president’s inner circle who have been convicted on federal charges. Below is a list of others in Trump’s orbit – or that of his associates – implicated in federal crimes. Continue reading...
Doorbell cameras captured final seconds of doomed flight
NEWARK, N.J. — Two doorbell cameras captured the final seconds of the flight of a small plane that crashed into a house last month in New Jersey and burst into flames, according to a preliminary report released Friday. The Cessna crashed in the Colonia section of Woodbridge Township, about 18 miles southwest of New York,...
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Landlord, contractor and plumber guilty of manslaughter in 2015 East Village gas blast
A Manhattan jury Friday convicted all three defendants in the deadly 2015 gas explosion that killed two people and leveled three East Village buildings. After two days of deliberations, the jury convicted landlord Maria Hrynenko, contractor Dilber Kukic and unlicensed plumber Athanasios “Jerry” Ioannidis of manslaughter, assault, reckless endangerment and other charges. Relatives of all...
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Trump, Apple CEO Tim Cook set to tour computer plant in Texas Wednesday -sources
U.S. President Donald Trump and Apple CEO Tim Cook are set to visit facilities in Texas on Wednesday where Apple's high-end computers are assembled, sources briefed on the matter confirmed Friday.
Embattled YouTuber James Charles to host influencer competition show
YouTube star and beauty influencer James Charles is launching a “Project Runway”-style reality competition show — in which he’ll pick one up-and-coming makeup artist as the winner of a $50,000 cash prize. The show, which has the working title “James Charles Instant Influencer,” is slated to debut in the spring of 2020 on Charles’ YouTube...
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AEW Full Gear PPV Buys, Roman Reigns vs. King Corbin at TLC, WWE Release Rumors
Bleacher Report catches you up on the latest news from the WWE Universe. Reported PPV Buy Rate for AEW Full Gear Last weekend's AEW Full Gear pay-per-view is ...
Donald Trump Jr. slams George Conway, calling him 'a disgrace' who 'publicly embarrasses his wife' Kellyanne Conway
Willy Kurniawan/Reuters Donald Trump Jr., the president's eldest son, and George Conway, husband to the president's senior adviser Kellyanne Conway, attacked each other on Twitter amid the impeachment hearings on Friday.  The spat began when Trump Jr. tweeted that three veteran diplomats who testified in the public impeachment hearings this week deserve to be fired by the president. Conway replied, "Each of Taylor, Kent, and Yovanovitch has more intelligence, talent, integrity, decency, honor, and patriotism in each of their fingers than you and your father will ever have."  Trump Jr. hit back, accusing Conway of humiliating his wife by regularly attacking the president all for the purpose of "building his own brand." Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Donald Trump Jr., the president's eldest son and top surrogate, and George Conway, husband to the president's senior adviser Kellyanne Conway, personally attacked each other on Twitter amid the impeachment hearings on Friday.  The spat began when Trump Jr., an aggressive and outspoken defender of his father, tweeted that three veteran diplomats who testified in the public impeachment hearings this week deserved to be fired by the president. The witnesses are all widely believed to be credible, non-partisan, and have all served under both Republican and Democratic administrations. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Extremists turned a frog meme into a hate symbol, but Hong Kong protesters revived it as an emblem of hopeSee Also:Marie Yovanovitch testified that the State Department wouldn’t publicly defend her because officials feared the threat of a Trump tweetTrump cited Miss Universe contestants as evidence of Ukraine's 'great people' in newly released call with Ukrainian leaderHistoric photos show the differences between Nixon, Clinton, and Trump's impeachment hearingsSEE ALSO: The 25 women who have accused Trump of sexual misconduct
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Jay Ajayi Reportedly Signs Contract with Eagles After Darren Sproles Injury
The Philadelphia Eagles and free-agent running back Jay Ajayi reportedly reached a contract agreement Friday...
Key takeaways from testimony by former Ukraine Amb. Marie Yovanovitch
Key takeaways from testimony by former Ukraine Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch in the latest impeachment inquiry.
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