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At least three dead after Oklahoma Walmart shooting
Three people were killed in a shooting inside a Walmart in Oklahoma, according to a report. The shooting occurred just before 10 a.m. Monday at the store in Duncan, about 89 miles south of Oklahoma City, news station KOKH reported. The suspect was believed to have been at large based off 911 calls — but...
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Oculus releases Link USB cable specs and PC VR beta software for Quest
Announced in September, Oculus Link is available today in beta form for Quest users, enabling PC VR software to run on the headset using a USB cable.
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The Day Clocks Changed Across America: What Happened When the U.S. Adopted Standardized Time
Before that day, there were 27 local times in Michigan, 27 in Illinois and 23 in Indiana
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Google Stadia launch review: Gaming’s “future” looks rough in the present
Google's game streaming is too limited and too unreliable, for too little benefit.
Ars Technica
Chiefs’ defense is causing them major problems
Prepare to hear chants of “Olé” throughout Monday night’s AFC West battle between the Los Angeles Chargers and Kansas City Chiefs in Mexico City (8:15 p.m., ESPN). The Chiefs play defense like matadors. Kansas City: Allowed 7.6 yards per play last week to Tennessee in a 35-32 loss. The Titans rushed for 225 yards on...
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Google Stadia is just for early adopters now, but it has so much promise
Hey Google, here's some free marketing advice: Stadia is an early access product. The fact that I'm dispensing this advice in a review is proof that mistakes have already been made. The streaming service that Google's been pitching since March — think Netflix, but for games — is meant to go toe-to-toe with the PlayStations and Xboxes of the world, but on the eve of its Nov. 19 launch, it's simply not ready. That's fine! Early access isn't a dirty idea. It's a descriptive term that, in just two words, tells consumers everything they need to know: this product isn't quite finished, but it's good enough to be something you can purchase as an early adopter. Even at launch, Stadia does the key thing it needs to do: it works. Read more...More about Google, Stadia, Entertainment, Gaming, and Streaming Services
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Google Stadia review — It works, but it doesn’t matter
Google Stadia is here, and it can work really well. But that's not going to matter because Google doesn't know the customers it's trying to win over.
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Stadia works, but here are 10 features it needs to add in a hurry
Google Stadia works OK, but there's a long list of features that should be added to the cloud gaming service to make it a minimum viable product.
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Shooting Reported at Oklahoma Walmart, Local Police Say
Police officials in Duncan, Okla., are responding to reports of a shooting at a local Walmart on Monday morning
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Google Stadia Wants You to Replace Your Video Game Console. Don’t.
The search giant’s new console-free gaming service is a neat concept. But there are bugs and too many unknowns.
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Film explores "pattern of violence against black girls" in schools
We spoke to a 13-year-old who says she was dragged outside and left in the cold by her teacher when she was in second grade
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Oculus Link for PC is live: Everything we know about cables, GPU support
Beta for this wired-VR update is now live; official Oculus Link cable coming soon.
Ars Technica
Everything You Should Know About Using Google Stadia at Launch
So you went ahead and did it: You bought into Google Stadia. The Chrome-based streaming platform, which launches this week, is still very much in its infancy and half-functional in many ways. For example, you can only stream Stadia games on a handful of devices; there are settings available in some place on some apps,…Read more...
Lifehacker
This Thanksgiving, Confit Your Dark Meat
I have many turkey takes, but my strongest fowl conviction is that that the big bird is best when broken down into light and dark, and then cooked separately. Yes, you sacrifice the whole-bird visual, but honestly who cares? I would rather have it taste good.Read more...
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Oculus' new Link software brings Rift content to Quest headsets
We've described the Oculus Quest as the best standalone wireless VR headset yet, but there was one feature missing from the system: the ability to plug the headset into a PC. That feature is coming, with the Oculus Link software which is launching to...
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Google Stadia hands-on: Shockingly playable
I barely expected Stadia to work. Stadia is Google's attempt to make cloud gaming happen, and the company has promised a lot: the ability to play basically any game at up to 4K on your TV, phone, tablet or laptop, with no lag and on existing in...
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Google Stadia review: thank you for playing
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Google Stadia Review: It's Getting There
Google is a streaming game company now, for better and worse.
WIRED
How the Falcons can still upend the NFC playoff race
Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images The 3-7 Falcons have upset two teams in a row, and they could shake things up in the NFC playoff race. The Atlanta Falcons’ 2019 season isn’t exactly going as expected. Their firepower on offense paired with a ton of talent on defense had them as a potential sleeper Super Bowl pick heading into the year. But we’re more than halfway through the NFL season, and the Falcons are just 3-7. The good news though is that they’ve found some rhythm and are now officially playing the role of spoiler in the NFL. In the last two weeks, the Falcons have upset the Saints and the Panthers to disrupt the NFC South race. That turnaround is a surprise, given that just a few weeks ago head coach Dan Quinn was expected to be fired at the end of the year, if not before. While he still might be headed for the unemployment line, the Falcons are finally looking like the team we thought’d they be all season. So what’s changed? Atlanta’s defense has majorly stepped it up the last couple of weeks. The biggest difference is the defense has been getting after the quarterback a lot better than it was earlier in the season. Before Week 10, the Falcons only had seven sacks all season. Then, they sacked Drew Brees six times, with Grady Jarrett recording 2.5 of them. That continued in Week 11 against the Panthers as the Atlanta got to Kyle Allen five times. Adrian Clayborn had two of those, while Takkarist McKinley registered his first full sack of the season. Sunday was also a turning point for another problem that had been plaguing the Falcons’ defense: its inability to create turnovers. Coming into the week, the defense had forced an NFL-low four turnovers. Against the Panthers, it picked off Allen four times. In the last two games, Atlanta’s defense hasn’t allowed a touchdown either — only the fifth time in franchise history it’s done so. The defense was giving up an average of 31 points per game before then and has averaged 6 points per game in back-to-back wins. The Falcons also outscored the Saints and Panthers by a combined score of 55-12. Part of the defensive improvement might be the coaching changes Quinn has made. After the team’s bye week on Nov. 3, the Falcons announced that Raheem Morris, who was coaching the receivers, would move over to work with the defensive backs. The switch made sense, considering Morris has spent many years of his career coaching secondaries. Then news broke that Quinn, who was calling the defensive himself, delegated the defensive playcalling to Jeff Ulbrich and Morris. In the last two weeks, those moves seem to have paid off; the defense looks like a completely different unit. However, cornerback Isaiah Oliver insists things are just working better for the defense later in the season. “Defensively, we have the same players on the field, we’re calling the same calls we have been calling, running the same defense — it’s just working better, honestly,” Oliver told reporters after the Panthers win. “Guys are communicating more and getting to the ball quicker. But in terms of the schemes, everything is the same.” Meanwhile, Matt Ryan and the Falcons’ offense have been productive recently, too. Ryan has thrown for 493 yards and three touchdowns over the last two weeks, and receivers Calvin Ridley and Julio Jones are each averaging around 85 yards per game in that time span. The one area that could use some improvement is in the Falcons’ running game. While it has had to deal with injuries to running backs Devonta Freeman and Ito Smith, the Falcons have just four rushing touchdowns all season, and they’re averaging just 3.6 yards per play on the ground. The Falcons are a long shot to make the playoffs, but they can be a spoiler. The Falcons have three home games against the Bucs, Saints, and Panthers before traveling to San Francisco to play the 49ers on Dec. 15. Atlanta then ends its schedule with a home game against Jacksonville and a game on the road against the Bucs. The Panthers, Saints, and especially 49ers losing to the Falcons could shake up the playoff seedings, both in the NFC and wild card standings. Here’s a look at the current NFC playoff seedings: 49ers (9-1) Packers (8-2) Saints (8-2) Cowboys (6-4) Seahawks (8-2) Vikings (8-3) In the hunt: Rams (6-4), Eagles (5-5), Panthers (5-5), Bears (4-6), Lions (3-6-1), Cardinals (3-7-1), Falcons (3-7) The conference as a whole is a lot more top-heavy than in previous years, too: NFC teams with 8+ wins thru Week 112019 - 52018 - 22017 - 32016 - 12015 - 22014 - 12013 - 22012 - 12011 - 22010 - 12009 - 22008 - 22007 - 22006 - 12005 - 12004 - 22003 - 12002 - 2It's never been like this at the top in this era.— Scott Kacsmar (@ScottKacsmar) November 18, 2019 The Falcons have eight teams in front of them in the wild card race, so them making the postseason doesn’t look too likely, but it’s not impossible. Their best bet would be to win the division, which doesn’t look all that easier either. Here’s a look at the current NFC South standings: Saints (8-2) Panthers (5-5) Falcons (3-7) Tampa Bay (3-7) Still, they can try to ruin things for their rivals, whether that’s keeping the Saints from a first-round bye or keeping the Panthers out of the playoffs altogether. The one downside to Atlanta winning is it moves the team further down the draft board. The Falcons are still in contention for a top-10 pick, at least right now. But even if they win two more games, they’re likely to miss out on a can’t-miss prospect like Ohio State defensive end Chase Young. That’s not on the players’ mind, though. The consecutive wins have the Falcons feeling good. Cornerback Desmond Trufant talked after the game about keeping the momentum going: ✌️ division wins and we're not done yet. pic.twitter.com/WXAaybByWK— Atlanta Falcons (@AtlantaFalcons) November 17, 2019 This season obviously hasn’t been ideal for the Falcons, but beating their remaining NFC South opponents — most importantly, the Saints and Panthers again — would be a decent end to a disappointing year. Even if they don’t make the playoffs, playing spoiler wouldn’t be a bad alternative.
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5 Ways to Win a Slice of the Wearables Market
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Hands-on: Google Stadia works as advertised, but lacks a killer app
While both Microsoft and Sony are waiting until next year to release their next generation of game consoles, Google is beating them to the fight. With the launch of its streaming console: Google Stadia tomorrow, we see the search giant’s vision of the future of gaming. Unlike its established competitors, Google is betting all its chips on streaming video games. The Xbox and PlayStation makers do have their own plans for streaming, but unlike Google they are not confident enough to forego their premium devices in favor of a streaming-only solution. After having played around with the Stadia for a… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google
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The GOP's defenses in the Trump impeachment inquiry are about to blow up in spectacular fashion this week
Reuters Republican lawmakers have trotted out a series of floundering defenses of President Donald Trump in the wake of evidence of his efforts to pressure Ukraine to launch politically motivated investigations.  This week, those defenses are going to blow up in spectacular fashion. A slate of career foreign service officials are scheduled to testify against Trump — many in defiance of the White House's orders. They are expected to give firsthand accounts of his attempts to strongarm Ukraine to deliver political dirt on his rival ahead of the 2020 election. Their testimony will throw a wrench into the Republican Party's key talking points as they struggle to defend Trump in the wake of a rapidly expanding scandal. Here's who's scheduled to testify in this week's impeachment inquiry hearings.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Republican lawmakers have trotted out a series of floundering defenses of President Donald Trump in the wake of damning evidence of his efforts to strongarm Ukraine into delivering him political dirt while withholding military aid and a White House meeting as leverage. This week, those defenses are going to blow up in spectacular fashion.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:Ambassador Sondland, a key player in the impeachment inquiry, flaunted access to Trump on a loud call in a Ukrainian restaurant, official says ahead of his testimonyCongressional Republicans are repeating many baseless conspiracy theories in Trump's impeachment inquiry. Here's why they're all bogus.Marie Yovanovitch gave powerful and incriminating testimony in the Trump impeachment hearing. Here are the biggest takeaways.SEE ALSO: Marie Yovanovitch gave powerful and incriminating testimony in the Trump impeachment hearing. Here are the biggest takeaways.
Business Insider
These prank stickers look just like AirPods
Photo by Pablo Rochat / Twitter If you’ve experienced the mild horror of losing, or even momentarily thinking you may have lost, an AirPod, then beware these fake AirPod stickers. In a genius prank, Pablo Rochat made these incredibly realistic stickers of AirPods and placed them on sidewalks. They’re even the right size. When stuck to the ground, they look just like actual AirPods — so much so that you might check your pocket (or your ears) to make sure you didn’t drop yours by accident. I made life-size AirPod stickers and stuck them on the ground, all over the city pic.twitter.com/hIrZD0wfom— Pablo Rochat (@PabloRochat) November 17, 2019 Now, you can pull this prank, too. Rochat has templates of the stickers for both the original AirPods and AirPods Pro... Continue reading…
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Tom Brady Frustrated with Patriots Offense: 'I Just Wish We'd Score More Points'
The New England Patriots may be 9-1 this season, but quarterback Tom Brady isn't happy with the team's offense. "It's just frustration with the offense; we're trying to grind them out...
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Four people killed at family gathering in Fresno; Diplomatic posts for sale?
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People Are Ready to ‘Die for’ The Mandalorian’s Adorable New Addition to the Star Wars Family
Spoilers for the first two episodes ahead
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The Ravens didn't interview Lamar Jackson before the draft because they didn't want rumors to spread about how badly they wanted him
Gary Landers/AP The Baltimore Ravens traded up for the 32nd pick to take Lamar Jackson in the 2018 NFL draft. According to Peter King of NBC Sports, the Ravens feigned disinterest in Jackson before the draft, choosing not to interview him so there wouldn't be any rumors connecting them to Jackson. Jackson has made the decision look smart this season, as he looks like the front-runner for MVP and a franchise quarterback for a possible Super Bowl contender. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The Baltimore Ravens' decision to trade up in the 2018 draft to take Lamar Jackson with the 32nd overall pick has looked brilliant this season. Jackson may have moved to the front of the MVP race on Sunday as he completed 17 of 24 passes for 222 yards, 4 touchdowns, and no interceptions while adding another 86 rushing yards to help the Ravens beat the Houston Texans 41-7, their sixth win in a row.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: 5 things about the NFL that football fans may not knowSee Also:The NFL's pass interference rules continue to baffle as a seemingly obvious grab prevented a Texans touchdown and didn't get overturnedBrowns star Myles Garrett called hitting Mason Rudolph in the head with his helmet 'foolish' and 'embarrassing' but did not apologizeBaker Mayfield rips teammate Myles Garrett for hitting Mason Rudolph in the head with his helmet
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Syracuse University has suspended all fraternity activities for the rest of the semester after a black student said a group of students accosted her and called her a racial slur
Elstad Ranch/Flickr Syracuse University's fraternities had their social activities canceled for the rest of the semester after a black student said members of the Alpha Chi Rho fraternity called her the N-word. It was the latest in a series of reported racist and anti-Semitic incidents to sweep the upstate New York campus since November 7. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Syracuse University has canceled all fraternity social activities for the rest of the semester after a black student reported a racist attack. According to student newspaper The Daily Orange, members and guests of the Alpha Chi Rho fraternity started yelling at a black female student as she walked by them Saturday night on campus, including calling her the N-word.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: How to find water when you're stuck in the desertSee Also:There have been 5 fraternity deaths this school year alone, but little is being done to curb dangerous frat behaviorAn expert in fraternity hazing deaths says coddling parents are part of the problemUS universities are suspending their Hong Kong study abroad programs amid escalating protests, and students are trying to find a way out
Business Insider
3 people reportedly shot at an Oklahoma Walmart store
Reuters A shooting was reported at an Oklahoma Walmart store on Monday. Three people were shot, according to Reuters.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Three people were shot at an Oklahoma Walmart store on Monday morning, according to multiple reports.  Police received calls before 10 a.m. indicating an active shooter at the Walmart store in Duncan, Oklahoma, according to The Duncan Banner. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: At its peak, Forever 21 made $4.4 billion in revenue. Here's what led to the brand's downfall and bankruptcy.See Also:The Drive-Thru: Alibaba celebrates Singles Day, Under Armour battles scandal, and Target workers face off against bursting balls of slimeWalmart employees in El Paso, including one who saved dozens in mass shooting, are back at work after the store reopensWalmart hired off-duty police officers at its El Paso locations ahead of reopening the store where 22 people were killed in a mass shooting
Business Insider
The US cities with the most million-dollar homes are all major tech hubs, and it points to a darker side effect of the rise of big tech
Katie Canales/Business Insider A new study found that San Jose, San Francisco, and Seattle are among the top-five metro areas with the largest proportion of million-dollar homes in the US. These cities are home to tech companies including Facebook, Amazon, and Apple, among others. Major tech headquarters can put a strain on an area's resources — San Francisco is in the middle of a housing crisis, and homelessness is a major issue in the Bay Area. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. A new survey from online loan marketplace LendingTree shows a connection between technology hubs and high housing prices. By comparing the proportion of million-dollar homes in the 50 largest US metro areas, the study found that the Bay Area took the top two spots, with San Jose on top followed by San Francisco. Seattle, home to Amazon and Microsoft, was No. 5, the highest entry outside of California. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Apple just revealed its AirPods Pro for $249, which feature noise cancellation. Here's everything that was wrong with the $159 pair of the wireless headphones.See Also:An abandoned 19th-century Napa Valley resort on 857 acres is now on sale for $50 millionThe highs and lows of the last decade for Jeff Bezos, from becoming the world's richest man to a high-profile divorceSmart TVs are having a rotten couple of weeks, and it proves why you should buy a separate media streaming deviceSEE ALSO: The highs and lows of the last decade for Jeff Bezos, from becoming the world's richest man to a high-profile divorce
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UPDATE 3-Three killed at shooting at Oklahoma Walmart -media
Three people were shot and killed in a morning attack at an Oklahoma Walmart on Monday, according to local media, the latest in a string of deadly shootings in the United States.
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We Now Know What Kylie Jenner’s Cosmetics Company Is Really Worth
A new deal values Kylie Cosmetics at about $1.2 billion
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Veteran and service dog denied entry to popular bar and restaurant
A combat veteran with a service dog was denied entry to a restaurant in Pittsburgh after the owner refused to let him in with the animal.
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Hong Kong protestor catches fire in another incident caught on video
Shocking footage shows a protester engulfed in flames Monday amid escalating clashes on the streets of Hong Kong — the second such horrifying case in just one week. The umbrella-toting protester is seen fleeing to the sidewalk and trying to stamp out the flames as a group of others rush to extinguish him or her. As...
New York Post
DeAndre Hopkins call shows NFL sabotaging what’s left of its credibility
It happened again Sunday. When it will stop nobody knows. This much we do know, though: This new rule of coaches challenging pass interference penalties and the inexplicably low percentage of reversed calls — even then the answer is obvious — is sabotaging the NFL’s credibility. And, in some cases, it’s threatening to change the...
New York Post
49ers' Richard Sherman Donates $5K to Compton Youth Team for Championship Travel
San Francisco 49ers cornerback Richard Sherman donated $5,000 to a GoFundMe for a Pop Warner team in Compton that needed help with travel expenses to make the National Youth Championship in Florida...
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Jack Ma, Jedi, and surfing: These are the 10 juiciest details from Fast Company's deep dive into WeWork
Jackal Pan/Getty Images; Jacqueline Larma/AP Images; Samantha Lee/Business Insider Fast Company published a deep dive into the relationship between WeWork cofounder and former CEO Adam Neumann and SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son, the coworking startup's biggest backer. Son compared Neumann to Alibaba's founder Jack Ma and likened WeWork to Amazon to justify its astronomical valuation, Fast Company reported. The magazine story also includes Neumann's comments on subjects such as Saudi's crown prince, and details about how he likes to surf. Scroll down for the 10 best bits from the Fast Company story. For more stories on WeWork, click here. 1. "The last person I felt this with was Jack Ma" Shu Zhang/Reuters SoftBank CEO Masayoshi Son reportedly told WeWork's cofounder and former boss Adam Neumann that he reminded him of Alibaba's founder, the driving force behind Son's most successful investment ever. "The last person I felt this with was Jack Ma," Neumann recalled Son saying to him before WeWork's IPO collapsed, Neumann was pushed out, and SoftBank bailed out his startup. Son was so impressed by Neumann that he drew up the terms of a $4.4 billion investment on an iPad in the back of his car, and he and Neumann signed at the bottom, Neumann told Fast Company. "When Masa chose to invest in me for the first time, he only met me for 28 minutes. Okay?" Neumann told the magazine. Read more about this story here. 2. "Masa is a Jedi" YouTube/Star Wars Clips Neumann reportedly compared WeWork to Amazon to make its astronomical valuation look cheap by comparison. He likened WeWork to Amazon when it only sold books and music, and pledged to expand from desk rentals into education, exercise, networking, and other sectors just as the e-commerce titan widened its offering, Fast Company reported. "Masa is a Jedi," Neumann told the magazine, referring to SoftBank's Son and the Amazon narrative he pushed for WeWork. "He has a lot of superpowers." Read more about this story here. 3. "Adam's only boss is Rebekah" DAVID X PRUTTING/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images Neumann's wife, Rebekah, played an integral role in drafting WeWork's IPO prospectus, according to Fast Company. Rebekah served as the company's branding chief and founded WeGrow, its private school in Manhattan. She was also a member of the committee — later disbanded — that was tasked with choosing Adam's successor as head of WeWork. "Adam's only boss is Rebekah," a WeWork executive told Fast Company. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:WeWork is just the 'tip of the iceberg.' Here's why one market expert thinks Silicon Valley's business model 'is at the beginning of a massive unraveling.'Larry Hite built a $100 million dollar empire with a simple stock trading strategy. Here’s his best advice for today’s trader.Chaos, crazy ideas, and cashing in: Trump and WeWork's Adam Neumann have these 5 things in common
Business Insider
Cats freak out seeing feline filter on owners’ faces
Watch these cats’ hilarious reactions to a realistic filter that transforms their owners into fellow felines. Douyin, the Chinese version of TikTok, has taken over social media in Gansu, China, partly due to this freaky cat look. The trend has left pets feeling just about any and every emotion, from curiosity and confusion to absolutely...
New York Post
Obama makes an indirect rebuke of Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren by warning donors not to be ‘deluded’ into thinking voters want radical change
AP Photo/Morry Gash Former President Barack Obama warned Democratic donors in Washington last Friday that 2020 candidates shouldn't push for policies that would fundamentally restructure American society.  "The average American doesn't think we have to completely tear down the system and remake it," Obama said.  The comments were an indirect rebuke of Sen. Bernie Sanders' call for a "political revolution" and Sen. Elizabeth Warren's campaign for "big, structural change."  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Former President Barack Obama waded into the Democratic primary last Friday, warning Democratic donors that 2020 candidates shouldn't push for policies that would fundamentally restructure American society. "Even as we push the envelope and we are bold in our vision, we also have to be rooted in reality and the fact that voters, including the Democratic voters and certainly persuadable independents or even moderate Republicans, are not driven by the same views that are reflected on certain, you know, left-leaning Twitter feeds, or the activist wing of our party," Obama said at an event in Washington, according to CBS News. 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:Here's why Europe has mostly ditched wealth taxes over the last 25 years — even as Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders seek them for the USPete Buttigieg soars to first place in a new Iowa poll, leaving Biden, Warren, and Sanders in dead heatElizabeth Warren releases plan pledging to begin Medicare for All transition within first 100 days in officeSEE ALSO: The 25 women who have accused Trump of sexual misconduct
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Devils waive Cory Schneider amid continuous struggles
Cory Schneider’s spot on the Devils’ NHL roster became untenable. The veteran goaltender will be placed on waivers Monday at noon, the team announced, the culmination of several injury-plagued seasons and a vast decline in performance. He’ll be assigned to AHL Binghamton if he clears waivers as expected. Schneider, 33, has a 4.59 goals against...
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Report: U.S. Officials Knew Ukraine Felt ‘Pressure’ From Trump Administration to Investigate Biden
Ukraine's president was concerned about affecting the U.S. presidential race
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North Korea nuclear test was ‘17 times the size’ of Hiroshima
The North Korea nuclear test in early September 2017 was so powerful that it resulted in an entire mountain being lifted off the ground and was the equivalent of “17 times the size of the bomb dropped on Hiroshima,” according to a new study. The research, published in the scientific journal Geophysical Journal International, also...
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FedEx CEO challenges New York Times publisher to public debate on taxes
Reuters FedEx CEO Frederick W. Smith pushed back against a New York Times story published on Sunday about the company's tax bill, calling it "distorted and factually incorrect."  The story reported that the logistics company reduced its effective tax rate in 2018 to below zero percent in the wake of the Trump administration's 2017 tax bill.  In a statement published to FedEx's website on Sunday, Smith challenged the media organization's publisher and business editor to a public debate on federal tax policy.  Watch FedEx and The New York Times trade live on Markets Insider.  FedEx CEO Frederick Smith has challenged the publisher and business editor of The New York Times to a public debate on federal tax policy, according to a statement posted Sunday.  The statement came in response to a story from the NYT published Sunday reporting that the logistics company  reduced its effective tax rate in 2018 to below zero percent following the Trump administration's 2017 tax bill. 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:The 9 states with the worst homelessness crises reveal how bad the housing crunch has gotten in US citiesThe East Coast's priciest ZIP code is a tiny Hamptons village of 322 residents. Here's what it's like living in Sagaponack, where the median home price is $4.3 million.Gotabaya Rajapaksa sworn in as Sri Lanka’s new president
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‘RHOP’ star Monique Samuels files counter assault charges against co-star Candiace Dillard
Both women have been charged with second-degree assault.
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Review: Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order
"I have had it with these motherfucking Sith on this motherfucking train!" --GPS1138, Video Game Enthusiast Star Wars Jedi Fallen Order is the best Star Wars game I've played since Knights of the Old Republic, which is one of the best video games of all time. I did not want to buy Fallen Order. I figured that much like all the other bullshit EA opportunities to rake in cash from Star Wars fans, this game would probably suck. The trailers tempted me but the game's protagonist was yet another whiny appearing young white male with resting Sith face. Day one and two reviews were so strong, I found myself watching others play on Twitch and quickly realized I wanted to play through this adventure myself. I bought the game. Meet Cal Kestis, a young man who was formerly a Jedi Padawan. Having survived Order 66, Cal starts the game with all the cringe-inducing drama and angst of a Star Wars Jedi trainee. Cal is trying to keep his force powers hidden but must use them to save a pal, thus ensuring the Inquisitors immediately arrive and he must run. BD-1 rapidly becomes Cal's droid pal and is the most useful and fun droid in a Star Wars game yet. I feel obligated to say BD BD BD often. Cere, Greez and number of other characters aid you on your mission to do what most every single non-Skywalker Star Wars story has seemed to invovle for ages: Jedi babies. THERE WAS A LASAT JEDI MASTER! Read the rest
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Taco Bell wants you to make their bisque for Thanksgiving
Taco Bell wants you to serve Rolled Chicken Tacos Bisque at your traditional holiday dinner. The food chain has released the recipe on its blog for all to use.
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How long a cold should last — and when you should see a doctor
Getty/ BSIP / Contributor The common cold lasts from 7 to 10 days for a healthy adult. The common cold usually isn't serious enough to warrant a doctor's visit. You should see a doctor if your symptoms get worse or change to something more severe after 10 days.  This article was reviewed by Rod Oskouian, MD, at the Swedish Neuroscience Institute. There are more than 200 viruses that can cause the cold. That might help explain why many adults contract two to three colds each year, mostly by coming into contact with someone who's already infected. Whether you inhaled infectious particles from someone's sneeze or you didn't wash your hands after touching an infected surface, when you catch a cold you're facing at least a week of misery. 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:You're most contagious with the cold virus in the first three days of infectionVitamin C for the common cold is a myth, sort ofYes, you can still get the flu after a flu shot
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Twins Prospect Ryan Costello Dies at 23 in New Zealand
Minnesota Twins prospect Ryan Costello died overnight at the age of 23 in New Zealand. "Preliminary indications suggest he died of natural causes," according to Australian Baseball League club Auckland Tuatara ...
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