Jets report card: Adam Gase badly needed this

Grading the Jets after their 34-27 win over the Giants on Sunday. Offense The Jets came out flying again Sunday, then disappeared for a while, but they found their way in the second half and won the game. Sam Darnold (19 of 30, 230 yards, 1 passing TD, 3 rushes, 25 yards, 1 rushing TD) was...
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O’Neill defends stop-and-frisk after Bloomberg apology
"It helps us get weapons off the street, it helps keep the city safe," the commissioner said in an interview with 1010 WINS's Juliet Papa. "But it has to be used correctly, and obviously it has to be used constitutionally."
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Congress probes private equity's impact on employers
Former Toys R Us worker wants Wall Street held accountable for profiting while laying off tens of thousands of workers
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This hotel costs less than $1 a night — but there’s a creepy catch
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Devin Nunes calls Democrats' impeachment strategy a "drug deal"
In his opening remarks before the testimony of Kurt Volker and Tim Morrison, Congressman Devin Nunes, the ranking Republican on the House Intelligence Committee, slammed the Democrats' impeachment strategy as a "drug deal." He also claimed that TV viewing was "way down" for the hearing.
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Volker: Trump said "Ukraine is a terrible place"
Kurt Volker, the former special envoy to Ukraine, testified that President Trump expressed negative views about Ukraine during a May meeting. "Ukraine is a terrible place, they're all corrupt, they're terrible people, they tried to take me down," Volker described Mr. Trump as saying.
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Baltimore Museum Of Art Will Only Buy Works By Women Next Year
A 2019 study of major U.S. art museums found that 87% of artists in their collections are men. The Baltimore museum's chief curator calls the initiative "re-correcting the canon."
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Billionaire dodges what Warren "tribalism" tweet meant
Former Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein, a target of senator's presidential campaign, says it's "for you" to decide
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Alibaba will raise up to $12.9 billion in Hong Kong listing: sources
Alibaba will raise up to $12.9 billion in its Hong Kong secondary listing, two sources with direct knowledge of the matter said.
‘21 Bridges’ review: A predictable NYPD hit-job
“21 Bridges” is one of the worst depictions of our city ever filmed.
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Gordon Sondland Was A Low-Profile Hotel Owner. Until He Went To Work For Trump
The Portland hotel owner and ambassador, who's scheduled to testify before Congress on Wednesday, is a pivotal witness in the impeachment inquiry. His relationship with Trump is a complicated one.
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Ayahuasca alters brain waves to produce waking dream-like state, study finds
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Verizon finally reveals actual 5G coverage maps
Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg | Photo by Chris Welch / The Verge Verizon is addressing one of the biggest criticisms about the company’s growing 5G network: a lack of traditional coverage maps. As noted by PC Mag, today the carrier has finally published maps where customers in 5G cities can get lightning-quick data speeds from its millimeter-wave technology. Earlier today, Verizon launched 5G in Boston, Houston, and Sioux Falls. Service is now available in 18 cities, and the company says it will reach 30 by the end of 2019. Verizon continues to claim that it’s putting 5G “in locations where more people can experience ultra-fast speeds together” — near landmarks and high-traffic areas of each market. Recently, it brought 5G to sections of football stadiums. PC Mag Here’s what the company’s map for... Continue reading…
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Ukraine, Syracuse University, Fred Rogers: Your Tuesday Evening Briefing
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
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U.S. Senate unanimously passes Hong Kong rights bill
The U.S. Senate, in a unanimous vote, passed legislation on Tuesday aimed at protecting human rights in Hong Kong amid China's crackdown on a pro-democracy protest movement in that vital financial center.
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7 key moments from Vindman and Williams' public impeachment hearing
Alexander Vindman and Jennifer Williams testified in the impeachment inquiry against President Trump
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Davis Cup Finals 2019 Results: Tuesday's Round Robin Scores and Reaction
Canada became the first team to book their spot in the 2019 Davis Cup quarter-finals on Tuesday as they beat the United States 2-0 in Madrid in Group F...
Volker says there was nothing unusual about hold on aid
Kurt Volker, the former special envoy to Ukraine, testified that there was nothing unusual about the administration placing a hold on providing assistance to Ukraine. He said he'd seen holds during previous administrations, and that he thought it might be related to fears that President Zelensky wouldn't be a reformer.
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Carmelo Anthony Reportedly Will Start in Trail Blazers Debut; Damian Lillard out
Carmelo Anthony will start for the Portland Trail Blazers in his first NBA appearance in more than a year, according to Marc J. Spears of ESPN...
Witness: I was concerned after Sondland conversations
Former National Security aide Tim Morrison details conversations he had with EU ambassador Gordon Sondland in which Sondland tied Ukrainian investigations into Hunter Biden and Burisma as a condition of receiving security aid from the US.
Salesforce co-CEO Marc Benioff says he doesn't use a computer anymore and has been running his business from his iPhone for years (AAPL, CRM)
REUTERS/Elijah Nouvelage Salesforce co-CEO Marc Benioff said on Tuesday that he no longer uses a computer and has been running his business from his iPhone for years. Benioff spoke with Apple CEO Tim Cook on stage at Salesforce's annual Dreamforce conference about how everything he needs to run his business is on his phone. Benioff also said that relying only on his phone is "a freeing feeling." Read more on the Business Insider homepage. Salesforce co-CEO and founder Marc Benioff says he's been running his business on his iPhone for years. On stage at Dreamforce, Salesforce's annual mega-conference, Benioff spoke with Apple CEO Tim Cook on Tuesday about the partnership between the two companies. However, Benioff also used the time to tell Cook exactly how much he loves his iPhone.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: How to find water when you're stuck in the desertSee Also:Salesforce just announced a bunch of new tools to help businesses know everything about their customers across sales, service, and marketingSalesforce's CMO explains why companies need to be 'values-driven' in order to keep their customersSalesforce signs a big new deal with Microsoft's cloud to power one of its core productsSEE ALSO: Marc Benioff gave a protester who interrupted his speech 30 seconds to talk, with a giant countdown clock displayed on the conference screen, 'because I value free speech'
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Trump's Syria retreat is giving ISIS 'time and space' to strike the West, blistering Pentagon report says
Associated Press A Pentagon Inspector General report says President Donald Trump's decision to retreat from northeastern Syria and allow a Turkish incursion there gives ISIS the ability to rebuild and plan attacks on the West. Prior to the Turkish incursion in early October, a Pentagon report indicated that ISIS was already beginning to regroup, committing assassinations and extorting civilians. The report also indicates that some of the Turkish-backed opposition forces currently fighting in northeastern Syria may have previously helped smuggle ISIS fighters. Visit Business Insider's home page for more stories. A damning new report from the Department of Defense's Inspector General finds that President Donald Trump's chaotic Syria withdrawal opened the door for ISIS to regroup in Syria. A previous quarterly report from the Inspector General also blamed the partial withdrawal of US troops from Syria earlier this year for ISIS's transformation from a "a territory-holding force" to an insurgent group, with continued attacks and new moneymaking ventures in both Syria and Iraq.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Here’s what it was like to live in a city controlled by ISISSee Also:Turkey doesn't want to hold onto foreign ISIS fighters but neither does the rest of the world. So where will they go?Veterans who served alongside the Kurds say Trump set a dangerous precedent abandoning American alliesTrump keeps contradicting the Pentagon about whatever it is the US is doing with Syria's oilNOW READ: Trump's retreat in Syria could be an intelligence coup for Russia. The leaked Iran cables show how that may play out. SEE ALSO: Military leaders are worried that Trump pardoning troops accused of war crimes will impair the justice system and undermine overseas bases
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JOHN WILCOCK: The Day Kenneth Anger Walked Into The Pentagon to Distribute 93 Anti-War Talismans
Part Two of "LEVITATION OF THE PENTAGON" — Concluded Next Week Read Part One: Applying for a Permit to Exorcise the Pentagon of Evil Spirits, Levitating It Ten Feet Off the Ground From John Wilcock, New York Years, by Ethan Persoff and Scott Marshall. (See all Boing Boing installments) Read the rest
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Inside Prince Andrew and Jeffrey Epstein's controversial 20-year friendship
Anthony Devlin-WPA Pool/Getty Images, Rick Friedman/Corbis via Getty Images New charges against sex offender Jeffrey Epstein this summer brought his relationship with Britain's Prince Andrew under renewed scrutiny. Allegations from women who say they had sexual contact with the Duke of York when they were underage in addition to his documented relationship with the disgraced financier have led to mounting suspicions Andrew was involved in the abuse reported among Epstein's associates. On August 24, Prince Andrew released a statement through Buckingham Palace that said he met Epstein in 1999, saw him "no more than only once or twice a year," including after his 2010 release from prison, but that he did not "see, witness, or suspect" any of the behavior that led to his sex trafficking indictment. The Duke's November 16 interview with the BBC did very little to quell concerns over the allegations that included he was a key part of Epstein's network of abuse and had coerced an underage woman into sex. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Prince Andrew's relationship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein came under renewed scrutiny in June 2019 as investigators pursued new trafficking and conspiracy charges against the disgraced financier. The Daily Mail surfaced footage of the Duke of York at Epstein's Manhattan home reportedly filmed in December 2010, after Epstein had faced jail time for underage prostitution charges and registered as a sex offender. The footage is the latest in the nearly 20 years of documented contact between Andrew and Epstein, a time identified to have overlapped with when prosecutors said Epstein recruited and abused underage girls. The Duke's name was in Epstein's "Little Black Book" and on flight logs for the financier's plane. Buckingham Palace has never denied a friendship between Epstein and Andrew but has repeatedly denied that the prince had sexual relations with any underage girls. On August 24, Prince Andrew released a statement through Buckingham Palace that said he met Epstein in 1999 and saw him "infrequently and probably no more than only once or twice a year," including after his 2010 release from prison. The Duke of York called it "a mistake and an error" to see Epstein after his first conviction of soliciting minors for prostitution. Andrew also said in the statement that he stayed in "a number" of Epstein's residences, but that he did not "see witness, or suspect" any of the criminal behavior that led to his June 2019 indictment. In a widely panned November 16 interview with the BBC, the Duke made several elaborate claims in an attempt to discredit the allegations by a woman who has claimed he kept her as a "sex slave," but the interview sparked incredulous responses and did very little to quell concerns over the allegations. Some experts and lawyers have urged Andrew to get involved with the FBI inquiry into Epstein, but he did not appear to be planning to offer information on his late friend. Here's a look at the pair's connections through the years.Epstein and Andrew were reportedly introduced in the 1990s by Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein's then-girlfriend and accused "madam." (Photo by Joe Schildhorn/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images) Epstein and Prince Andrew were reportedly introduced in the 1990s by Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein's then-girlfriend, The Guardian reported in 2015. The pair formed a close friendship through the late 90s and early 2000s. The Daily Mail reported that in June 2000, Epstein and Maxwell attended the Dance of the Decades, a massive celebration at Windsor Castle hosted by the Queen to mark Prince Andrew's 40th, Princess Anne's 50th, Princess Margaret's 70th, and Prince William's 18th birthdays. In the following years, the Prince Andrew reportedly hosted Epstein and Maxwell for shooting parties at Sandringham House, the Queen's country retreat in Norfolk. He also hosted Epstein and his entourage at Balmoral — the Queen's estate in Scotland — for a night about 20 years ago, the Daily Mail reported, citing an unnamed woman who was part of the trip. She was a model in her 20s at the time. Epstein hosted the Prince Andrew at his Palm Beach estate, Vanity Fair reported, citing a sworn deposition by a former employee. The employee said that the prince attended naked pool parties, where he regularly enjoyed massages by a harem of adolescent girls. Prince Andrew said he "neither attended nor was aware of any naked pool parties," Vanity Fair added. The duke publicly stood by Epstein through jail time and his registration as a sex offender. WPA Pool / Getty Images The Daily Beast reported in July 2019 that Andrew was a regular guest at Epstein's Upper East Side mansion, but was particularly a star guest at a dinner party around the year 2000, where Epstein called the prince "Andy," and was "clearly confident" in his presence among 16 other guests. "He wanted to show how comfortable he was in his presence, and make clear that while he was a guest of honor, he was a regular, routine, and repeat guest," the source told the Daily Beast. After Epstein was released from a 13-month prison sentence and registered as a sex offender in 2008, Andrew was a public fixture at his side as he made his debut back into society, including at a party that was reportedly also attended by the likes of Katie Couric and George Stephanopoulos. However, the Duke's relationship with Epstein turned up some consequences for his standing among the British elite. In 2011, Andrew was forced to step down after serving 10 years in his position as the special UK representative for trade after his friendship with Epstein sparked calls for him to resign. According to a 2011 Vanity Fair article, Andrew even told a friend who objected against his friendship with Epstein that they were "such a puritan" and that he was "going to be loyal to him." Toby Melville/Reuters Here's what the unnamed friend told Vanity Fair feature writer Edward Klein for the August 2011 issue: "After Jeffrey was convicted, I phoned Andrew and told him, 'You cannot have a relationship with Jeffrey. You can't do these things.' "And he said, 'Stop giving me a hard time. You're such a puritan.' "From there, our conversation descended into a screaming match, and finally Andrew said, 'Leave me alone. Jeffrey's my friend. Being loyal to your friends is a virtue. And I'm going to be loyal to him.'" Epstein was convicted of sex crimes and registered as a sex offender in 2008, three years before the Vanity Fair article, and at a time when many of Epstein's former associates had already distanced themselves from him. Buckingham Palace declined to comment on the Vanity Fair report. Read more: Prince Andrew defended his friendship with Jeffrey Epstein and called objections to it 'puritan,' 2011 report says See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:2 officers responsible for guarding Jeffrey Epstein the night of his suicide have been indicted and pleaded not guiltyWhy you're seeing Jeffrey Epstein murder memes everywhere15 newspaper front pages show how the media reacted to Prince Andrew's 'car crash' interview about Jeffrey EpsteinSEE ALSO: Prince Andrew tried to discredit the Jeffrey Epstein victim who says she had sex with the Duke of York when she was 17. His alibis don't add up. DON'T MISS: 15 newspaper front pages show how the media reacted to Prince Andrew's 'car crash' interview about Jeffrey Epstein
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Hear Kurt Volker's full opening remarks
Former US special envoy to Ukraine Kurt Volker delivers his opening statements before the House Intelligence Committee conducting the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump.
Here all the cool cars, SUVs, and concepts we're looking forward to seeing at the 2019 LA auto show
VW The 2019 Los Angeles auto show kicks off this week with numerous new car reveals in the City of Angels.  Some automakers are also bringing out their concept cars. The story in LA this year has swung back to electrification, away from the high-tech, self-driving narrative that's dominated the industry for the past few years. The 2019 LA auto show opens to the public on November 22 and runs through December 1. Sign up for Business Insider's transportation newsletter, Shifting Gears, to get more stories like this in your inbox. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. For the past few years, the big story in the auto industry has been about self-driving cars. But at the 2019 LA auto show, electric vehicles are back in the driver's seat. On the Sunday before show week started, Ford rocked the house with the reveal of its much anticipated Mustang Mach-E electric crossover. Numerous other carmakers are expected to follow Ford's lead. Here's a rundown of all the vehicles and concepts we're looking forward to seeing in LA:James Bond's favorite brand, Aston Martin, is bringing its DBX SUV to Hollywood. Aston Martin Audi is showcasing its RS 6 Avant, a dashing Euro-wagon. Audi Audi will also bring its e-tron Sportback to LA. It's an all-electric wagon! Audi is on a wagon jag! Audi See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:We drove a $44,000 Nissan Leaf Plus to figure out if this 2019 Car of the Year runner-up is ready to take on TeslaFord just revealed its Mustang Mach-E SUV — the first new Mustang-branded vehicle since 1964 and a Tesla challengerUber's founders are starting to cash out. Here's the pitch deck they created back in 2008, way before the company was a $45 billion ride-hailing giant.FOLLOW US: On Facebook for more car and transportation content!
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Apple preparing to build the ‘next generation of media apps for Windows’
Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Apple is hunting for software engineers to help the company build media apps for Windows. The iPhone maker revealed its plans in a job listing earlier this month, spotted by Neowin, inviting potential candidates to “join us and build the next generation of media apps for Windows.” Apple maintains existing Windows apps like iTunes and iCloud, but these are both old traditional desktop apps that are showing their age. Apple revealed earlier this year that it’s breaking up iTunes into three separate macOS apps: Podcasts, TV, and Music. None of these apps have arrived on Windows, leaving PC users with just iTunes. If you’re an Apple Music or Apple TV Plus subscriber, you have to use the web versions instead of dedicated apps on Windows 10... Continue reading…
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Joe Biden’s super PAC lands powerhouse fundraiser Jennifer Bayer Michaels
Biden is the only leading Democratic candidate getting financial help from a super PAC.
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NYC could be next prostitution hub if legalized: trafficking survivors
Trafficking survivors Rebecca Bender, 38, and Bekah Charleston, 37, spoke at an event Monday night in Manhattan where they detailed the “horrific” experience of being sold across the country, including in New York, and how the Big Apple is destined to be the next prostitution “hub” if the act is legalized. 
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Warriors News: Injury Updates on Kevon Looney, Alen Smailagic, Jacob Evans III
The injury-ravaged Golden State Warriors provided updates for Kevon Looney , Alen Smailagic and Jacob Evans III on Tuesday...
Navy Wants to Eject From SEALs a Sailor Cleared by Trump, Officials Say
Chief Petty Officer Edward Gallagher is expected to be formally notified of the action on Wednesday.
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Teenager arrested in alleged plot to attack a black church
A white 16-year-old girl was arrested after school officials and authorities discovered a plan to attack Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church, a predominately black church, in Gainesville, Georgia, Police Chief Jay Parrish said.
2020 Daily Trail Markers: McConnell says "too early" to talk impeachment
When the trial starts, the six senators running for the Democratic presidential nomination will have to be present in D.C instead of on the campaign trail
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'The Mandalorian' concept art proves Baby Yoda was always adorable
We don't know where Baby Yoda came from (yet), but The Mandalorian creator Jon Favreau is willing to divulge how he first saw the adorable creature. On Tuesday, four days after the release Disney+'s second Mandalorian installment, Favreau shared the concept art for "The Child" on Twitter. With two big brown eyes, two bigger green ears, and one little foot poking out of his snuggly, first draft Baby Yoda looks almost as cute as the one that made it into the show.  Original concept art#TheMandalorian — Jon Favreau (@Jon_Favreau) November 19, 2019 Star Wars fans were quick to applaud Favreau's work...  Read more...More about Jon Favreau, Yoda, The Mandalorian, Disney, and Baby Yoda
UPDATE 1-Influential U.S. doctors group calls for ban on vaping products
The American Medical Association (AMA) on Tuesday called for a total ban on all e-cigarette and vaping products that are not approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration as smoking cessation tools.
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Day 3, Part 12: Adam Schiff and Daniel Goldman question Kurt Volker and Tim Morrison
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff and Daniel Goldman, senior adviser and director of investigations on the committee, questioned Kurt Volker and Tim Morrison Tuesday in the third day of public impeachment hearings. Volker is the former special envoy to Ukraine and Morrison is the outgoing senior director of European and Russian affairs at the National Security Council and a deputy assistant to the president.
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Amazon lets police ask for Ring videos that are more than a month old
Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Amazon’s Ring home security company lets police ask users for videos that are up to 45 days old and 12 hours long, Amazon said in a letter released today. Sen. Markey released Amazon’s responses Ring has been the source of privacy concerns for months, as the company, which offers doorbell cameras, faces questions about how it works with law enforcement. The home security business has partnered with hundreds of police agencies around the United States, giving a way for officials to request customer footage through Amazon, with users’ approval. Those reports prompted Sen. Edward Markey (D-MA) to ask Amazon for more information on Ring’s privacy practices. Today, Markey released Amazon’s responses. To ask for video footage, the company... Continue reading…
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New Zealand massacre manifesto sent to Syracuse students amid racist episodes
A white supremacist manifesto reportedly authored by the suspect behind the Christchurch, New Zealand, mass shooting was believed to be electronically distributed to students at Syracuse University early Tuesday — the latest in a series of racist episodes to rock the campus. The university’s Department of Public Safety said they were investigating reports of students...
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Disgraced pol Hiram Monserrate plots latest comeback with Assembly bid
The felon, who was elected a Democratic district leader in Queens last year, has filed paperwork to run for Assembly in a primary challenge against incumbent Jeffry Aubry, one of the most senior and highly regarded black lawmakers in the legislature.
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Magic Co-Founder Pat Williams Reportedly Pushing to Bring MLB Team to Orlando
Orlando Magic co-founder Pat Williams plans to bring a Major League Baseball team to Orlando, according to Iliana Limon Romero of the Orlando Sentinel . " Orlando has been ready for this for a long time," he said in a press release...
Family of woman injured in FDR fatal crash slams NYPD cop
The family of a passenger who was seriously injured when a speeding off-duty NYPD police officer crashed his personal car on the FDR Drive Saturday had harsh words for the lead-footed cop Tuesday. “I didn’t even know him, but, yes, what he did was very dangerous, very dangerous,” said Nell Dalton, the great-grandmother of 25-year-old...
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Thanks to a unique feature of the World of Hyatt credit card, I was able to earn Globalist status, with perks like suite upgrades and a personal concierge
Park Hyatt Beaver Creek The highest level of status in the World of Hyatt program is called Globalist, and it offers benefits like a personal concierge and four confirmed suite night upgrades per year. I was able to earn Hyatt Globalist status thanks to the World of Hyatt Credit Card. As a cardmember, I get 5 night-stay credits toward Hyatt elite status, and for every $5,000 I spend on the card I get another 2 night-stay credits. My Hyatt hotel stays, combined with spending on the World of Hyatt card, make earning Globalist status possible. Read more personal finance coverage. Having elite status with a hotel can make your travels so much more enjoyable, and can even help you save money. However, earning the highest level of elite status can often be extremely costly and difficult. But compared to other programs, the World of Hyatt actually makes it fairly easy. Hyatt stands out for generously allowing the stays you book with points to count toward the night requirements for earning elite status. Plus, if you have the World of Hyatt credit card, you'll get 5 night-stay credits toward elite status just for being a cardholder, and you can earn 2 additional night-stay credits for every $5,000 you spend.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: 9 items to avoid buying at CostcoSee Also:The 3 strategies I use to earn more than 300,000 points each year and book thousands of dollars worth of travel9 things to do once you have the Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant Amex to enjoy benefits like free hotel status and over $400 in statement credits6 lesser-known credit card travel benefits that can save you thousands of dollars if things go wrong on a trip
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'Fortnite' DirectX 12 update boosts performance on high-end PCs
Fortnite is about to make better use of your fast gaming rig. Epic is rolling out an update to the Windows version of its battle royale shooter that adds support for DirectX 12. If you have a high-end graphics chipset, you should see "higher and st...
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Trump shift on Israeli settlements fulfills wish list of evangelical base
A U.S. decision effectively backing Israel's building of settlements in the occupied West Bank, long a cherished item on conservative Christians' wish list, is expected to strengthen evangelicals' support for Donald Trump as he seeks re-election in 2020, according to a leader of the president's evangelical advisory group.
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DC Is Suing DoorDash Over Its Predatory Tip-Skimming Scheme
DoorDash is in deep shit over in DC over the controversial wage model it had in place for years that used customer tips to pay worker wages and inflate its bottom line.Read more...
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Prison guards released on $100K bond in Jeffrey Epstein suicide case
The federal prison guards charged in connection with Jeffrey Epstein’s jailhouse suicide pleaded not guilty Tuesday afternoon and were released on $100,000 bond each. Tova Noel, 31, and Michael Thomas, 41, were both ordered to surrender their passports during their arraignments in Manhattan federal court. Each guard spoke in a loud, clear voice while saying...
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14 things everyone had in their homes in the 2010s
Vince Bucci / Getty Images The decade is coming to a close and the world has changed a lot since 2010. Items that were once commonplace in most homes, such as Blu-Ray players and selfie sticks, have been replaced by new inventions. From Keurig machines to Wii consoles, here are 14 things everyone had in their homes in the 2010s. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The 2010s were a time of massive innovation, and many items that were popular during the decade have gone out of style. Keurig machines, iPads, and Wii consoles were common sights in most American homes throughout the decade. Take a look at 14 items everyone had in their homes in the 2010s. Most people had desktop computers at the beginning of the decade. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Today, laptops are a more common option when it comes to someone's main computer. However, at the beginning of the decade, many families still had a desktop that everyone could use. Snuggies were all the rage in the early 2010s. Reuters/ Jessica Rinaldi The Snuggie first became popular in 2008, and by the end of 2010, the company had sold 25 million blankets, according to The New York Times.  As the number of styles available increased and sales continued to grow, it became more and more common to find the product in people's homes in place of blankets throughout the early years of the decade. Wii consoles were everywhere at the start of the decade. Hiroko Masuike/Getty Images The Nintendo Wii was released in 2006 to much fanfare, and the accompanying Wii Fit came out in 2008, making it one of the most popular gaming consoles at the beginning of the 2010s. But the original Wii was discontinued in 2013 according to Neowin, and Nintendo's successor, the Wii U, was a disappointment to consumers. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:THEN AND NOW: 8 tourist attractions that became popular in the 2010s13 of the best and 13 of the worst movies of the decade, according to audiences19 small homes you won't believe cost $1 million
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