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Deepak Chahar: India bowler takes record 6-7 in win over Bangladesh

Deepak Chahar takes 6-7 in Nagpur - the best-ever bowling figures in a Twenty20 international - as India beat Bangladesh by 30 runs in Nagpur.
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Shooting reported at high school in Los Angeles area
A shooting was reported Thursday morning at a high school in Santa Clarita near Los Angeles, authorities said.
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Artisanal Vapers? For Some, The Habit's About Much More Than Quitting Tobacco
Vaping has produced a diverse community of aficionados with all sorts of subspecialties. One vape-juice "mixologist" sells her recipes for as much as $1,500, while custom-made devices go for $3,000.
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Rodney Reed's lawyers file to overturn conviction
Reed is scheduled to be executed on November 20 for the 1996 murder of Stacey Stites
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Former Uber execs launch virtual kitchen company out of stealth with $17 million
Former Uber executives have launched a new virtual kitchen platform out of stealth with $17 million in funding from major backers including A16Z.
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Homeowners fill neighborhood pothole with Christmas tree
Some Atlanta homeowners filled with holiday spirit decided to fill a troublesome pothole this week using a lighted, decorated Christmas tree — in hopes that their stunt might galvanize city officials to more permanently fix the problem. “Instead of being negative and screaming and stomping our feet and being ugly about it, why not have...
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Student dies after being found unresponsive on school bus
A Florida high school student died after being found unresponsive on a school bus, police said. The student was on the bus around 7:30 a.m. Wednesday when emergency crews were called to McArthur High School in Hollywood, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reported. Paramedics and the school’s resource officer performed CPR before the student was rushed...
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Middle Tennessee State wide receiver charged with rape in 2018 incident, official says
A Middle Tennessee State University wide receiver was charged with two counts of rape Tuesday stemming from a September 2018 incident in Tennessee, an official said.
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'Freedom or death!': bringing America's largest slave revolt back to life – video
Performance artist Dread Scott recreates the largely untold story of the 1811 slave rebellion in southern Louisiana. Winding through old plantation country, petrochemical plants and the city of New Orleans, the Guardian followed re-enactors along the route Continue reading...
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Carl Icahn, amish push to merge HP and Xerox, says his stakes in both printer giants
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn revealed he holds stakes in both HP and Xerox, as he pushes for the two printer giants to merge. Icahn told The Wall Street Journal that he has a 4.24 percent stake in California-based HP, which Xerox wants to buy for $33 billion. The 83-year-old Queens native owns a 10.6 percent...
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Punchh raises $40 million for AI that promotes customer engagement and loyalty
Punchh, which taps a combination of machine learning and omnichannel integrations to create customer journeys, has raised $40 million.
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Hypernet Labs raises $10 million to ‘democratize’ data science
Hypernet Labs, a startup developing a scalable, low-code data science orchestration solution, has raised $10 million in venture capital.
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Razer’s Kraken Ultimate headset sounds just alright, but feels super comfy
How was your weekend? “Not bad, went out with some frie–” Mine was dope. I was at my crib (you can still call a tiny overpriced studio a crib) checking out an unreleased Razer gaming headset that nobody’s tried before. Cuz my life’s dope and I do dope shit. What can I say, I’m a cool guy. I’m so cool I spent the entire Friday pompously bragging to my colleagues I’m reviewing a yet-to-be-launched headset over the weekend. “What kind of a headset,” nobody asked. “I’m really sorry, I signed an NDA, I can’t talk about it. No, I really can’t.” But now… This story continues at The Next Web
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Apple debuts Research app with new iPhone and Watch health studies
Apple has released its Research app and opened up its latest iPhone and Watch health studies, just after the results of its heart-rate project with Stanford emerged. This time around, it's hoping to uncover insights about women's health, heart and mo...
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Razer unveils its Kraken Ultimate headset with THX Spatial Audio
For competitive gamers, 3D audio can make the difference between locating a sneaking enemy and getting taken down by a well-aimed shot. Razer's gaming headsets have primarily used 7.1 surround sound for 3D audio in the past, but now the company is ex...
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You Can Now Buy an At-Home Medical Exam Kit
Video visits with a doctor are a cheap and quick way to get a medical opinion (and sometimes a prescription) without leaving the house. But the doctor can’t physically examine you, which limits their usefulness. A $300 kit of digital medical devices looks looks like it could change that. Read more...
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Kelsea Ballerini shows off abs at 2019 CMAs in stunning two-piece look
She sparkled.
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German parliament approves compulsory measles vaccinations
Bundestag backs law that will fine parents up to €2,500 if children are not inoculatedGermany’s parliament has voted to make measles vaccinations compulsory for children, in response to a global rise in cases of the disease.Parents who refuse to get their children inoculated face fines of up to €2,500 (£2,140) and a likely ban from nursery or school. Continue reading...
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Three's a crown: photo of three-antlered deer is 'one-in-a-million' find
When Steven Lindberg took a closer look at his image of a deer taken near his Michigan home, he had a surpriseFive years ago, Steven Lindberg vowed to upload an image a day to Facebook, a largely unexceptional exercise that the retired Michigan state legislator often conducted as he was walking his dog near his home in Marquette.Last weekend, Lindberg took a picture of a deer. Ordinarily, that would have been unexceptional too: there are 30 million such animals in North America. Continue reading...
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Cristiano Ronaldo and 'Baby Shark' helped a Singaporean e-commerce group triple its sales last quarter
Cristiano Ronaldo and "Baby Shark" drummed up business for a Singaporean shopping site last quarter. The soccer star dances to a remix of the viral children's song while swiping on Shopee's mobile app in the company's latest advertising campaign. "Building on our successful branding campaign featuring the football icon, Cristiano Ronaldo, we recorded three times more orders on September 9 alone than we did a year ago during our 9.9 shopping event," CEO Forrest Li said on an earnings call this week. View Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Cristiano Ronaldo and "Baby Shark" drummed up business for a Singaporean shopping site last quarter. The Portuguese soccer star dances to a remix of the viral children's song while swiping on Shopee's mobile app in the company's latest advertising campaign. The bizarre video went viral in August.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: A big-money investor in juggernauts like Facebook and Netflix breaks down the '3rd wave' firms that are leading the next round of tech disruptionSee Also:10 tricks for remembering everything you readChaos, crazy ideas, and cashing in: Trump and WeWork's Adam Neumann have these 5 things in common'It seems insane now': WeWork employees bought into cofounder Adam Neumann's vision but grew worried as red flags mounted
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Senate report: Whistleblowers blast Trump administration's immigration policies
The Trump administration's immigration policies have taken a toll on some of the officers tasked with carrying them out, according to a scathing report by Democratic Sen. Jeff Merkley.
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Thierry Henry to coach MLS side Montreal Impact
Former Arsenal and Barcelona striker Thierry Henry has been appointed as the new head coach of Major League Soccer side Montreal Impact in Canada.
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The Fiver | An England milestone that is as remarkable as a 12th birthday
Sign up now! Sign up now! Sign up now? Sign up now!Day five of what Raheem Sterling described as No Big Thing, a “5-10 second thing” so small that The Fiver’s eyes and ears are bleeding from having to read and hear about it. Of course, being the world’s most supercilious football email, we pretend to find the ongoing tedious analysis of minor scuffles beneath us, which is why we’ve written about it for the past two days and are now scribbling about it again, even though it has long since run out of legs. If only there was some actual football we could focus on instead, eh? Continue reading...
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VAR 'alive and kicking', says West Ham co-chairman Gold
A Premier League investigation will lead a consultation on how well VAR is working, but the system is still "alive and kicking", according to West Ham co-chairman David Gold.
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Bolivia interim president says Morales to be barred from next election
Bolivian interim President Jeanine Anez said on Thursday former President Evo Morales will not be able to take part in upcoming elections because he is barred from running for a fourth consecutive term.
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This tiny $55 device sold in Apple stores lets you easily connect your AirPods to in-flight movies on an airplane
Apple A bluetooth transmitter is an easy way to connect wireless headphones to an audio jack, like on a plane. Starting today, Twelve South's AirFly Pro bluetooth transmitter is available in Apple stores. The adapter is available for $55. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Apple stores are now selling a $55 solution for when you forget to bring your old headphones on a plane, or any time you want to use your AirPods or Beats but there isn't a bluetooth connection. The Twelve South AirFly Pro bluetooth transmitter plugs into a headphone jack, which you can then connect to your AirPods and tune in to in-flight movies. Conveniently, you can even pair 2 sets of AirPods to the same AirFly Pro, so whoever you're traveling with can watch the same movie. Apple's website says "Think of AirFly Pro as a headphone splitter for wireless headphones." The transmitter can also transfer audio in the other direction, which is perfect for playing music or podcasts in a rental car or non-smart speaker. Apple says the battery lasts for up to 16 hours, so you should be set even on long-haul flights. You can buy the AirFly Pro for $55 now. Here's the rundown:The transmitter is compatible with all generations of AirPods. Apple It recharges via USB-C. Apple You can also use it for audio in a car that doesn't have bluetooth connectivity. Apple See Also:Apple's head of marketing slammed Chromebooks, calling them 'cheap testing tools' and saying kids who use them in school won't succeedHow to turn off data roaming on your iPhone for international travel, or completely turn off cellular dataTHEN AND NOW: What today's top tech CEOs were doing in 2010
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New airport ranking puts Phoenix at the top, anything near New York at the bottom
So flying from Phoenix to New York must really be a letdown, huh?
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Man jailed for life for Isle of Wight chainsaw attack murder
Communal garden trustee Jonathan Stasiuk killed fellow project worker Gerry White, 73The trustee of a communal vegetable garden on the Isle of Wight has been jailed for at least 25 years after murdering a fellow project worker by attacking him with a chainsaw and strangling him.The relationship between Jonathan Stasiuk, 60, a chef, and his victim, Gerry White, 73, a publican, turned sour following seemingly trivial disagreements over money, the dumping of rubbish and a delivery of logs. Continue reading...
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City firms must do more to tackle sexual harassment, says FCA executive
Jonathan Davidson says managers who allow such behaviour are ‘not fit and proper’A top executive at the City watchdog has said there are still too many incidents of sexual harassment happening inside financial sector companies and criticised independent directors within some institutions for failing to act because they believe it is “political correctness gone mad”.Jonathan Davidson, a member of the Financial Conduct Authority’s executive committee, said that while there had been some improvements in culture at the banks and insurers it regulates, there was still “a lot more to do.” Continue reading...
US news | The Guardian
Jeff Sessions dons MAGA hat again in new campaign ad
Former Attorney General Jeff Sessions – working to repair his relationship with President Trump as he ramps up his campaign for the U.S. Senate in Alabama – puts a “Make America Great Again” hat back on his head in a new campaign ad.
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Russia says it's ready to work with new interim Bolivian leader
Russia said on Thursday it was ready to work with Bolivia's new interim leader, but noted that she had come to power without having a full quorum in parliament.
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Facebook just signed a lease for a massive new office in New York City's $25 billion neighborhood, Hudson Yards (FB)
Facebook has signed a lease for a new office space within the Hudson Yards development in New York City. Facebook will lease over 1.5 million square feet of office space across 30 floors and three buildings, Hudson Yards confirmed in an announcement Thursday. Hudson Yards, one of the largest and most expensive developments in US history, officially opened in March, but isn't set to be completed until 2024. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Facebook has signed a lease for a massive new office in New York City's Hudson Yards development. The social media giant will occupy over 1.5 million square feet of office space throughout three buildings and 30 floors beginning in 2020, Hudson Yards announced on Thursday. The company's headquarters are in Menlo Park, California, and its current Manhattan office is in Greenwich Village.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Most maps of Louisiana aren't entirely right. Here's what the state really looks like.See Also:From Trump to Planned Parenthood, these are the Facebook pages spending the most money on political adsInside Notion's 'secret' San Francisco office, where the startup hides from VCs that were literally knocking at the door and employees take their shoes off before enteringTikTok is reportedly trying to poach advertisers from Facebook as the rivalry between the companies heats upSEE ALSO: A decommissioned nuclear missile complex in Arizona that was abandoned for decades is now on sale for $400,000
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Activists target Facebookers over "Gold Tier" sponsorship of Kavanaugh event
Facebook's top lobbyist is so close with rapey Supreme Court justice Brett Kavanaugh that he took the day off to lend Kavanaugh moral support during his confirmation hearing, and then hosted a victory bash at his lobbyist mansion. So it's not exactly surprising that Facebook is the sole tech company in the "Gold Circle sponsorship" tier at the Federalist Society's upcoming Antonin Scalia memorial event, where Kavanaugh is the principle speaker. Ultraviolet, an activist group, has bought Linkedin and geographically targeted mobile ad urging Facebookers to demand better of their senior management: "The Federalist Society is honoring him. Why is Facebook paying for it?" It's your latest reminder that Facebook is, fundamentally, devoted to promoting far-right politics. The campaign is supported by UltraViolet, a feminist advocacy organization. “Facebook’s unabashed support of the Federalist Society and Brett Kavanaugh sends a clear signal to survivors everywhere - that Facebook is not on their side,” said Shaunna Thomas, co-founder and executive director UltraViolet. As Facebook sponsors a Brett Kavanaugh event, a new campaign is telling employees to fight back [Zoe Schiffer/The Verge] Read the rest
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Elizabeth Warren trolls critic Leon Cooperman with new ad
Elizabeth Warren threw a punch at her main hedge fund critic, Leon Cooperman, and other billionaires with a new presidential campaign ad trolling them where they live: CNBC. In the ad, due to premiere on the business news network in New York and DC Thursday morning, Warren shows a clip of Cooperman saying “the vilification...
New York Post
Alfie Lamb death: man jailed after crushing boy with car seat
Stephen Waterson imprisoned for seven years after killing three-year-old boy from KentA former government minister’s son who killed his girlfriend’s young toddler with a car seat has been jailed for seven years and seven months by a judge who described him as cunning and manipulative.Stephen Waterson, the adopted son of the former MP Nigel Waterson, killed Alfie Lamb in 2018 in what police have said was the first case of death from crush asphyxiation as a result of an electronic car seat. Continue reading...
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Apple’s gone back to its old keyboard — now it should replace the butterfly models for free
Yesterday, Apple launched its new 16-inch MacBook Pro. This was notable for one major reason: the keyboard. Apple has backtracked on its controversial butterfly design and has gone back to the old design: the scissor switch. Or, as Apple refers to it: the Magic Keyboard. While the butterfly experiment appears to be over, the reality of day-to-day life with this keyboard isn’t. And Apple needs to do something about that. For those who haven’t been following the saga closely, some context. Since the end of 2015, Apple has been using a butterfly design on its laptop keyboards. You can find more… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Apple
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Trisha Paytas' $150,000 Lamborghini got stolen and she raged against her 'hella ghetto' building where it was kept
Trisha Paytas / YouTube Trisha Paytas, who has over 5 million subscribers on YouTube, revealed her iconic orange Lamborghini, which said she bought $150,000, was stolen. In two videos she explained it was taken from her apartment complex garage, and her custom pink Mercedes G-Wagon was also broken into. She said security had been slipping in The Grove's Palazzo West in La Brea, Los Angeles, where she has lived for the past four years. "Part of me thinks I was targeted ... but part of me feels like I have nice cars and my building has been hella ghetto," she said, adding that she was told there were several other break-ins. Paytas has now moved to a new house in Studio City. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. YouTube star Trisha Paytas had her iconic orange Lamborghini stolen while she was in the midst of moving out of her apartment. Paytas, who has over five million subscribers on her YouTube channels, revealed her car that she bought for $150,000 just over a year ago had been taken from her apartment complex in a video posted on November 12. Paytas also posted a photo of the stolen vehicle report on an Instagram story with the caption "So my Lamborghini was stolen..." She also revealed her custom pink Mercedes G-Wagon had also been broken into.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Taylor Swift is the world's highest-paid celebrity. Here's how she makes and spends her $360 million.See Also:A YouTuber used an Ed Sheeran lookalike to trick influencers and tabloids into believing that the real singer was at the KSI vs Logan Paul fightYouTube star Logan Paul paid $1 million for a ranch that used to manufacture LSD. Here's a look at the property.We asked Insider employees for their all-time favourite beauty products, and the same ones came up time and time again
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The Most Watched Show at the Office? Sexual Harassment Training Videos
A nationwide awakening to workplace mistreatment has fostered a market for video companies and for actors who step into short, uncomfortable roles.
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How Erdoğan went from populist hero to strongman and transformed Turkey along the way
Associated Press Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has held onto power in Turkey by navigating crises at home and abroad. During his tenures as prime minister and president, he has changed Turkey dramatically, and his efforts to stay in power are likely to have a lasting impact on the country, according to Turkish historian Soner Cagaptay. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan met with US President Trump at the White House on Wednesday. Relations between the two countries have threatened to go off the rails in recent months after Erdoğan decided to purchase a Russian missile defense system and then launched a cross-border incursion against America's Kurdish allies. But so far Erdoğan has managed to navigate the crisis. Turkish historian and writer Soner Cagaptay says it's because he's a masterful tactician. Cagaptay is the author of "Erdogan's Empire: Turkey and the Politics of the Middle East." He spoke to The World's host Marco Werman about how Erdoğan got his start, and how he managed to transform Turkey from a liberal, secular democracy into a more religious, conservative state.Marco Werman: Tell us about Erdoğan's rise. Fatih Saribas / Reuters Soner Cagaptay: Erdoğan is a politician who comes from the other side of the tracks. He has long identified with Turkey's pious masses, who, in 20th-century Turkey, felt other people like Erdoğan, who wanted to wear religion on their sleeve in this ideologically secular state established by Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, felt that they did not have a fair share of the pie. And Erdoğan was advocating for a larger role for these groups in the Turkish public. And he was also not shy about using Islam in politics. That put him on a trajectory of conflict with Turkey's secularist constitution and court, which actually sentenced him to jail. He served a short term that cast him as a hero in the eyes of his adoring supporters. Werman: In 2003, when Erdoğan first became prime minister, he sounded more like a liberal. Didn't he? So how do you understand his transformation and how he changed Turkey? REUTERS/Umit Bektas Cagaptay: When he first came to power, Erdoğan indeed stood for Turkey's dispossessed masses. He had this image as the underdog. Erdoğan also delivered quite phenomenal economic growth — record, perhaps in Turkey's modern history — that he used to lift many of his supporters out of poverty. When Erdogan came to power, infant mortality rate in Turkey was comparable to pre-war Syria. Now, the infant mortality rate is comparable to Spain, which is why he wins.  But the same popularity that he built has also made him less and less of a liberal. Erdoğan started to pay less attention to people who did not agree with him. And what happened is quite ironic. In the 20th century, Turkey was a country that treated people such as Erdogan, who wanted to wear religion on their sleeve, as second-class citizens. Now in Erdoğan's Turkey, Turkey treats people who don't want to wear religion on their sleeve as second-class citizens. So he's turned the tables upside down. So his trajectory, I argue, has thrown Turkey into a deep political crisis where half of the country supports him and the other half loathes him. Werman: I know you've been quoted in the past as describing Erdoğan as a "doner kebab master." That would be that sliced meat on a plate around all over the world in Turkish-style delis. What do you mean by that? Olga Kashubin / Shutterstock Cagaptay: It's meat on a spit. The master takes really thin slices from the spit, almost paper-thin slices, with his sharp knife. And if you don't watch the spit, you really don't see it get small. So I argue that Erdoğan's undermining of Turkey's democratic institutions is not a product of the last few years. In fact, he's been doing this for a very long time. He was very meticulous, as in terms of going after his opponents, cracking down on dissidents, locking up dissidents, as early as the end of the last decade. But because he was very gradual about this, with the precision of a doner kebab master taking really thin slices from his opposition, not going on massive crackdowns, that did not fall onto the radar screen of broader global audiences. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:Why nobody can agree on what just happened in Bolivia4 reasons the Air Force has a fuel problem — and how it can fix itTurkey is headed for trouble with its allies, but Erdogan has a Plan BSEE ALSO: Turkey is headed for trouble with its allies, but Erdogan has a Plan B
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Decorated Marine veteran wrongly held by ICE will get $190K payout
A decorated Marine veteran and US citizen who faced possible deportation in Michigan last year when a Grand Rapids police captain reported his case to federal immigration officials will receive a $190,000 payout from that city, according to new reports. In a unanimous Tuesday vote, city commissioners approved the payment to Jilmar Ramos-Gomez, which resolves...
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New Moto Razr is a foldable flip smartphone that costs $1500
The new Moto Razr is a handsome retro thing. At $1500, though, who wants a 6.2-inch foldable smartphone designed to resemble a classic flip-phone? The hinge design of the Moto Razr is probably the most interesting thing about it. The best Samsung can currently do in the foldables space is the Galaxy Fold, which, thanks to folding the display nearly completely flat, develops a permanent crease in the display after the first fold. Motorola's display doesn't fold completely flat, though—there is a large void space around the display hinge, so when the phone folds in half, the display has room to move around. Since it's not being sandwiched between two solid plates, the display collapses into a gentle curve instead of a hard crease. Imagine bending a piece of paper in half just by pinching the top and bottom together versus pressing the fold into a crease. Since the display only ever forms a loop, rather than a crease, it never gains a distracting, light-distorting crease down the middle the way the Galaxy Fold does. There's a fair likelihood this will establish itself as a genuine "luxury" smartphone where other efforts have failed. It's a classic, upgraded with cutting-edge display technology, but with a clever design feature (the hinge loop) that lets it avoid the visible crease (and stink of failure) associated with other expensive foldable smartphones. Read the rest
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Five Key moments: Trump and Ukraine
Brian Todd has timeline of key dates which led to the public impeachment hearings, including a new one revealed by Amb Taylor in his testimony.
Politica
Turkey sending home U.S. ISIS suspect after days stuck on Greek border
Turkish government has been working to repatriate ISIS detainees, and says the U.S. agreed to take back this one who just spent 3 days stuck in a no man's land
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California dog store employee caught forcibly throwing dog by neck across room
A puppy was thrown across a room by a pet store employee in California on Wednesday — and the entire incident, during which the dog is seen scared and cowering, was livestreamed online.
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‘Pokémon Go’ users can add PokéStops and gyms with Niantic Wayfarer
Last week, Pokémon Go developer Niantic announced several new features for its AR game. One of the updates, Niantic Wayfarer, is now available for all trainers who have achieved level 40 or higher, allowing them to add real-world locations to...
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How to get the Disney+ bundle with ad-free Hulu and ESPN+
The new Disney+ service is just $6.99 per month, but an even more appealing deal in the eyes of some people is the $12.99 bundle that combines Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ on one bill. Unfortunately, the version of Hulu that comes with that bundle is the regular one with ads. But there’s a way around this for people who want to pay more for the ad-free tier of Hulu (or who might already be subscribed to it). Hulu goes over the process here, and it was also reported on by Lifehacker. It involves subscribing to Hulu’s $11.99 / month no-ads service (this step needs to be completed first) and then signing up for the Disney+ bundle using the same email address that you used for your Hulu account. After that, you’ll get a $5.99 credit each month from Disney on your bundled subscription. You can also get a credit if you’re a previous ESPN+ subscriber, but that can vary depending on the type of subscription you have and whether you’re getting it from an app store. If you do the math, that means (assuming you want Hulu and ESPN+) you’re essentially getting the three services for a dollar more than if you simply took the original bundle — but you’re also getting Hulu without the ads. The one downside is you’ll be dealing with separate bills. If the triple bundle isn't something you want, remember that some Verizon customers are able to take advantage of an offer for a free year of Disney+.
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Rep. Paul Gosar rips Katie Hill: You taught the country what a ‘throuple’ was
Arizona Rep. Paul Gosar ripped into his former colleague Katie Hill after she called him out for “tweeting out real conspiracy theories,” sarcastically congratulating her for introducing the country to the word  “throuple.” The pair’s squabble came after Gosar fired off a series of tweets Wednesday that spelled out “Epstein didn’t kill himself,” referring to...
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S&P 500, Dow flat as Cisco losses offset Walmart gains
The S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average were unchanged on Thursday, but still hovered near record levels as a dour forecast from Cisco offset gains in Walmart after its strong outlook.
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Nick Jonas says the Jonas Brothers lied about opening for Kelly Clarkson when they weren't famous so they could land better gigs
NBC Nick Jonas appeared on NBC's "The Kelly Clarkson Show" on Thursday and revealed that the Jonas Brothers lied and said that they opened for Kelly Clarkson because "no one cared about us in 2005." "We listed the other acts that we'd 'opened up' for, but that really just meant that we were on, like, the outside stage in the parking lot while you were playing for 40,000 people," the 27-year-old singer said.  Jonas said that her name gave the band some credibility and helped them land gigs. He then told her, "We owe you "20%." Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.   Nick Jonas admitted that the Jonas Brothers used to lie and say that they opened for well-known artists like Kelly Clarkson years ago when they were an unknown band.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Here's how to escape a flooding vehicleSee Also:Carrie Underwood serenaded unsuspecting customers at a boot shop in Nashville, and their reactions were pricelessKelly Clarkson had her kids interview Jason Momoa, and they asked him where Aquaman uses the bathroomCardi B, Billie Eilish, Lizzo and more celebrities read horribly mean tweets about themselves on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'
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