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Cop must be punished for calling woman ‘total stripper’ on bodycam: lawyer
“We are pleased that IAB is looking into these serious allegations. This officer expressed irrational hatred of a cooperative young woman, who he then demeaned to his buddies," attorney Mark Bederow said Thursday.
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Magic's Aaron Gordon out Indefinitely After Ankle Injury Diagnosed as Contusion
Orlando Magic power forward Aaron Gordon suffered a right ankle contusion and is out indefinitely. Josh Robbins of The Athletic reported the news, noting his return date depends on his progression after treatment...
House Democrats move closer to impeaching Trump
House Democrats say they are undeterred by the White House preventing first-hand witnesses from testifying before the House Intelligence Committee — and now are actively preparing for the next step in their eight-week-old investigation and the likely impeachment of President Donald Trump.
Giants' Saquon Barkley Wants to 'Just Ball and Have Fun' After Week 10 Struggles
New York Giants running back Saquon Barkley is ready to hit the reset button on the 2019 campaign. "I'm going to go out there and just ball and have fun and go out there with ...
The Angle: The House Has What It Needs to Impeach Trump Over Ukraine
A guide to all the evidence from the public hearings.
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Advocates Challenge Trump Administration Plan To Let States And Towns Block Refugees
The White House wants to give state and local officials the power to block refugee resettlement in their backyards. But immigrant advocates say the executive order violates federal law.
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Mel B claims she can’t find steady work in the US
"All of my sources of income in the United States have been exhausted."
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Watergate prosecutor: Trump scandal is worse than Watergate
Watergate special prosecutor Richard Ben-Veniste shares his thoughts on the impeachment hearings with CNN's Anderson Cooper. Watch "Full Circle" weeknights at 5 p.m. ET. - RSS Channel
Watergate prosecutor: What we've heard is extraordinarily disturbing
Watergate special prosecutor Richard Ben-Veniste shares his thoughts on the impeachment hearings with CNN's Anderson Cooper. Watch "Full Circle" weeknights at 5 p.m. ET.
Nordstrom bucks trend of grim retail forecasts; share jump 8%
Nordstrom Inc raised its 2019 forecast, unlike many competitors, and reported third-quarter profit above Wall Street expectations on Thursday as it sold more off-price clothing and kept inventories in check, sending the retailer's shares up about 8% in extended trading.
Jordan Myles Released from WWE Contract Days After Saying He Quit on Twitter
Jordan Myles is no longer under contract with WWE , the company confirmed to Wrestling Inc.'s Nick Hausman . In a video posted to Twitter on Nov...
China: U.S. Senate remains blind on facts and Hong Kong people's well-being
Remarks by Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Geng Shuang after Senate passage of the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act.       
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Australia's Westpac faces Goldman cut as money-laundering scandal rocks bank
Goldman Sachs cut its target price for Westpac Banking Corp as Australia's second-biggest bank faces the country's biggest money laundering scandal.
GOP senators discuss potential impeachment trial parameters with White House
• Hill offers broad defense of impeachment witnesses: 'We came as fact witnesses' • Analysis: Hill's extraordinary answer distills what impeachment is about - RSS Channel
Jarrett Allen on Kyrie Irving, Kevin Durant, Blocking LeBron, Top B/R AMA Quotes
Brooklyn Nets center Jarrett Allen took part in a Bleacher Report AMA on Thursday to answer fan questions ranging from playing with Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant to his legendary Afro...
Park Avenue Chamber Symphony lets you get up close and personal
None of the group’s members are even professional musicians.
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Trump will pay respects to Army officers killed in Afghanistan
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump plans to pay his respects to two U.S. service members who were killed in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan this week. Trump is traveling to Dover Air Force Base in Delaware for Thursday’s return of the fallen Army officers’ remains. Trump has described these ceremonies as some of the toughest...
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Is Voice Search the Next Big Travel Technology Trend?
Voice technology has limitless possibilities. Siri and Alexa are as popular as ever. Residential voice assistant devices like Google Home and Amazon Echo are a part of daily life for millions of people. Voice search technology is here to stay, recent statistics confirm it. And the travel industry has taken note. Here’s why FlightHub and […] The post Is Voice Search the Next Big Travel Technology Trend? appeared first on ReadWrite.
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To cut down on bugs, Apple is changing how it develops its software
The company will make problematic features opt-in in test and development builds.
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Microsoft granted license to export 'mass-market' software to Huawei
Microsoft Corp said on Thursday it had been granted a license from the U.S. government to export software to Huawei Technologies Co Ltd.
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How hotels are trying to win over gamers
Whether you’re travelling for fun or for work, there’s no reason why your away-from-home gaming and tech experience should be limited to your patchy phone 4G and a hotel room iPod Classic dock. Plenty of travellers want to play video games, stream Netflix, and generally experience the same level of online and digital facilities they would at homeTo meet the demand, hotels have worked in different ways to meet the needs of travellers. Going forward, many hotels will sell themselves in part through their tech amenities. With 5G coming to many destinations soon, those tech perks will expand in number and in capability.  Read more...More about Gaming, Supported, Hotels, Brand X, and Watercooler
Barack Obama lays out the top three issues he's most worried about, and the biggest one is climate change (CRM)
Salesforce Former President Barack Obama said Thursday at Dreamforce, Salesforce's annual mega-conference, that climate change is the issue he's most worried about. The second issue he's worried about is the rise of inequality within and between nations, and he says new technologies have "amplified inequalities." The third issue is the rise of the information age, as he sees that political differences are becoming greater because of social media and the Internet. Read more on Business Insider's homepage. Former US President Barack Obama says that right now, there are three issues that he's the most worried about – and the top one is climate change. On Thursday at Dreamforce, Salesforce's annual mega-conference, Obama spoke with Salesforce CEO and co-founder Marc Benioff on the most important issues of the day that need to be fixed.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: A podiatrist explains heel spurs, the medical condition Trump said earned him a medical deferment from VietnamSee Also:The 10 fastest-growing programming languages, according to Microsoft-owned GitHubSalesforce's CMO explains why companies need to be 'values-driven' in order to keep their customersDell-owned Pivotal is preparing for as many as 150 layoffs ahead of its $2.7 billion acquisition by VMware, and employees are openly protesting management over itSEE 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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Chris Hemsworth’s wife thinks Liam ‘deserves much better’ than Miley Cyrus
"He’s a strong boy and he deserves the best, I think he deserves much better."
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Stephen A. Smith, Terrell Owens Rip Each Other over Colin Kaepernick Fallout
Former NFL star Terrell Owens sparred with Stephen A. Smith on First Take Thursday regarding their thoughts on quarterback Colin Kaepernick and it got ugly: "Stephen A...
Kamala Harris’ self-inflicted wound and other commentary
Libertarian: Harris’ Self-Inflicted Wound Sen. Kamala Harris and Rep. Tulsi Gabbard got into “another lively confrontation” at Wednesday’s debate, Reason’s Elizabeth Nolan Brown ­reports, with Harris saying Gabbard’s foreign policy views and criticisms of the Democratic Party establishment made her unfit to be seeking the party’s nomination. Gabbard retorted: “Our Democratic Party, unfortunately, is not...
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Star Wars 'Baby Yoda' toys are coming to a store near you
Fans of Star Wars and the new Disney+ series "The Madalorian" have another reason to celebrate this holiday season, thanks to toymaker Hasbro and its much-anticipated line of "baby Yoda" merchandise. - RSS Channel
Testing Hyped Products from Millie Bobby Brown's beauty line
Florence by Mills, the beauty line from "Stranger Things" star Millie Bobby Brown, is just one of the many celebrity beauty lines to come out this year. With so many celebrity beauty lines, it's hard to know what's worth the hype and what you should skip. Producer Celia Skvaril tried out two of the most popular products from the line, the lip gloss, and the cream blush, to let you know if they are worth your time. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.  Get Glossed Lip Gloss: Cheek Me Later Cream Blush: See Also:Jaclyn Hill says 'so many people in the industry' deserve her American Influencer Award more than she doesThese holographic-flame nail stickers are next level10 beauty trends that should disappear by 2020
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Fiona Hill, Israel, ‘Frozen 2’: Your Thursday Evening Briefing
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
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Jeffrey Epstein: newest accuser comes forward, says she was ‘perfect victim’
Teala Davies sues disgraced financier’s estateAbout a dozen women have brought accusations of sexual abuseA woman who says she suffered lasting damage from sexual abuse by Jeffrey Epstein when she was 17 years old has sued his estate, joining the growing list of women who have sued the late disgraced financier.Teala Davies filed her lawsuit in Manhattan federal court on Thursday and appeared at a news conference with attorney Gloria Allred. Continue reading...
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Republican senators discuss with White House would-be parameters of an impeachment trial
Republican lawmakers on Capitol Hill are working with the White House to prepare for the likely Senate impeachment trial of President Donald Trump, coalescing around the idea that allowing Democrats to lay out their evidence may be the best course of action to protect the President.
Meet singer Aurora, the secret weapon of ‘Frozen 2’
She shares a name with the main character from “Sleeping Beauty,” and she’s one-half of the northern lights. All things considered, the singer Aurora would seem the perfect fit for Disney’s “Frozen 2” — the woman’s Norwegian, for Thor’s sake! — in which she duets with Idina Menzel on the movie’s showstopper, “Into the Unknown.”...
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Trump signs temporary spending bill, punting government shutdown risks to just before Christmas
Evan Vucci/AP President Donald Trump on Thursday approved a measure that would temporarily stave off the threat of a government shutdown. But the spending bill expires December 20.  The White House and Congress have struggled to negotiate a bitter dispute over border security, preventing longer-term legislation to fund the government.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. President Donald Trump on Thursday approved a measure that would stave off the threat of a government shutdown until just days before Christmas, buying Washington additional time to negotiate a bitter dispute over border security.  The short-term spending bill, known as a continuing resolution, was signed into law just hours before a critical midnight deadline. Federal funding was scheduled to expire after that point, and several federal agencies would have been forced to shutter. 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:GOLDMAN SACHS: Equity traders are expecting an economic acceleration — and these 12 stocks are best positioned to skyrocket as conditions improveTrump reportedly shelved a ban on flavored e-cigarettes to avoid angering votersTrump hails 'cash' coming from US aid package to farmers caught in the China trade war's crosshairsSEE ALSO: The US could raise $1 trillion more in taxes through stricter IRS enforcement, according to a new study
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Gap's Old Navy brand to exit China in early 2020
Gap Inc said on Thursday it would not sell its Old Navy apparels in China from early 2020 and instead would focus on its North America market to boost sales.
Republican criticizes Trump then gives big hint on how he'll vote
Rep. Will Hurd (R-TX) delivers remarks on the fifth day of public hearings in the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump. - RSS Channel
Democrats urge U.S. Supreme Court not to protect Trump financial records
A Democratic-led U.S. congressional committee and a Democratic prosecutor in New York on Thursday urged the U.S. Supreme Court not to prevent President Donald Trump's longtime accounting firm from handing over his financial records.
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Navy SEAL facing expulsion told proceedings against him stand despite Trump's tweet
A U.S. Navy SEAL facing a move to expel him from the elite commando force was told on Thursday that the Navy proceedings against him will go forward, despite a declaration to the contrary from President Donald Trump, the sailor's lawyer said.
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YouTube says it will soon monetize ‘edgier content’
YouTube has heard the most recent concerns and complaints from its creators loud and clear. In her last quarterly creators letter of the year, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki laid out a number of updates in the works for creators who may not make the most family-friendly content.  “We’re working to identify advertisers who are interested in edgier content, like a marketer looking to promote an R-rated movie, so we can match them with creators whose content fits their ads,” said Wojcicki in the letter published on Thursday, According to the YouTube CEO, the company has already started rolling out the platform. Without giving too many specifics, Wojcicki says that this program has already placed “hundreds of thousands of dollars in ads on yellow icon videos.” A yellow monetization icon appears in creator’s video manager when YouTube decides to limit advertising on a specific video due to its content.  Read more...More about Youtube, Creators, Susan Wojcicki, Monetization, and Tech
Dell's Black Friday sale includes price cuts on the XPS 13 and Alienware m15
With Black Friday around the corner, now is the perfect time to purchase a laptop if you need a new one. Dell has discounted most of its laptops, including popular ones like the XPS 13. Act fast, however, as a couple of models have already sold out.
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Rick Pitino Says He Told Knicks to Take Donovan Mitchell 8th in 2017 NBA Draft
In 2017, the New York Knicks drafted Frank Ntilikina with the eighth overall pick in one of the final moves of the Phil Jackson era. The move hasn't panned out, while the Utah Jazz plucked budding superstar Donovan Mitchell six picks later...
Apple's Online Store Quietly Kills User Reviews and Ratings
It used to be that if you loved—or hated—an Apple product, you could leave a review and rating on the company’s online store to gush, vent, and rave for the world to see. Not anymore. It appears that Apple has deleted and disabled customer reviews and ratings over the weekend from its U.S., UK, and Australian stores.Read more...
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Scooter Braun finally spoke out about his feud with Taylor Swift, and urged her to talk with him: 'People need to communicate'
Terry Wyatt/Todd Williamson/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images Scooter Braun finally broke his silence on his feud with Taylor Swift during a Q&A on Thursday.  When asked how he deals with the numerous Swift supporters blaming him for the singer's legal problems, Braun blamed social media for fueling the fire. "I just think we live in a time of toxic division, and of people thinking that social media is the appropriate place to air out on each other and not have conversations," he said.  The record executive urged Swift to speak with him, instead of taking to social media to air her grievances.  "What I'll say is, people need to communicate, and when people are able to communicate, I think they work things out," Braun said.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.  Scooter Braun hasn't publicly spoken about the battles between Taylor Swift and the Big Machine Label Group in the nearly half-year since his Ithaca Holdings purchased her former record label. He broke his silence Thursday in a Q&A at the 2019 Entertainment Industry Conference, co-sponsored by Variety and the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, in which he acceded to addressing the inevitable. That didn't mean he was going to address the specifics of the mega-squabble or even say Swift's name out loud. But he did make his message loud and clear: Let's talk.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: A podiatrist explains heel spurs, the medical condition Trump said earned him a medical deferment from VietnamSee Also:Scooter Braun posted a quote on Instagram saying 'kindness is the only response' amid his feud with Taylor Swift11 artists who don't deserve their 2020 Grammy nominations — sorryWatch Ariana Grande reunite with her 'Victorious' costars 6 years after the show ended to perform songs from the series
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Businessman arrested over Maltese journalist murder released on bail
Suspect freed as deadline for charges over death of Daphne Caruana Galizia approachedYorgen Fenech, a prominent businessman arrested on Wednesday in connection with investigations into the murder of Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, has been released on bail, police sources said.He will be under round-the-clock police surveillance as investigations continue. Continue reading...
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'The Good Place' stars Manny Jacinto and D'Arcy Carden reveal their favorite jokes you probably missed in the background of the show
NBC The final season of NBC's "The Good Place" is halfway over, and stars D'Arcy Carden and Manny Jacinto say there's still plenty to look forward to. In a new interview with Insider, they tease major upcoming guest stars and explain why "Kacey Musgraves" are the best two words to describe the final season. Jacinto also told us about his favorite small joke on the show that one fan noticed: Jason's notepad reading "History of Phil + Sophie" instead of "History of Philosophy." Keep reading to see our full interview with "The Good Place" stars. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The fourth and final season of "The Good Place" is halfway over, but the show's stars D'Arcy Carden (who plays Janet) and Manny Jacinto (Jason) can't wait for fans to see the final episodes, and hope they catch all the small background jokes.  "Get your pause and rewind button ready," Carden said in an interview with Insider on Wednesday. "The writers on this show are freaking brilliant, and we are very lucky."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:Cobie Smulders is on Tom Cruise's holiday cake list, and she's found a way to make it last for months'The Flash' star Danielle Panabaker says she felt 'more confident' directing her second episode of the showOnly 18 TV shows received a perfect score on Rotten Tomatoes this year — here they are
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After Deaths, Ban on Flavored Vapes to Be Passed by New York City
Nearly 50 people have died in recent months in the United States from vaping-related respiratory illnesses.
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Likability Is Whatever a Woman Candidate Doesn’t Have
By some tragic coincidence, the public has never seen a likable woman run for president
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What is the 'fictional narrative' a White House ex-adviser warns against?
U.S. President Donald Trump's former Russia adviser, Fiona Hill, warned lawmakers in the House of Representatives impeachment inquiry on Thursday against promoting what she called a "fictional narrative" that minimizes Russia's attempts to interfere in U.S. elections.
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U.S. judge rebukes Epstein estate for keeping accusers in dark about settlement
A U.S. judge on Thursday rebuked Jeffrey Epstein's estate for keeping the late financier's alleged victims in the dark about a fund that would compensate them for claims of sexual abuse.
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You can now rent a 300-square-foot 'Harry Potter'-themed tiny home on Airbnb
Raven/AirBnb You can stay in a "Harry Potter"-themed tiny home that's located an hour and a half outside of New York City in Marlboro, New York. The 300-square-foot house features the Hogwarts house flags, floating candles, copies of The Quibbler and The Daily Prophet, and a model of the Mirror of Erised. The home can sleep four guests, and it features three beds, one bathroom, and a full kitchen. It also sits on a 30-acre farm. The home is a limited-time pop-up for the winter that will cost $159 per night, according to its Airbnb listing. You can see the full listing here. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. You can rent a 300-square-foot "Harry Potter"-themed tiny home on Airbnb. Raven/AirBnb The house sits on a 30-acre farm in Marlboro, New York, according to its Airbnb listing. Every part of the tiny space has been decorated in an ode to J.K. Rowling's world. When you enter the home, you'll see floating candles, flags representing the Hogwarts houses, and other "Harry Potter" artwork. Raven/AirBnb The candles mimic those that hang in the Great Hall. A figurine that looks like Severus Snape also hangs by the door. The stairs in the home have a gold finish and angular shape that appear to be a nod to the Deathly Hallows.  Despite its small size, the house features three beds, each of which has a magical look. Raven/Airbnb The home can sleep a total of four guests, according to its listing. Two of the beds are in lofts, while one is on the main floor. The master bedroom has a king-sized bed, complete with an "Expecto Patronum" pillow and Hogwarts throw blanket. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:Philadelphia was named the best city to visit in 2020. Here are the best things to eat there, according to a local.10 of the most overrated travel destinations of the year, so far10 foods that were wildly popular in 2019
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