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Get Your Knives Sharpened Right Now
Sharp kitchen knives are important all year round, but they are absolutely essential on Thanksgiving. Not only will you be chopping more vegetables and herbs than usual, you will be carving up a beast of bird, and that bird has bones.Read more...
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Supreme Court allows Sandy Hook families to sue gun maker Remington Arms
WASHINGTON  — The Supreme Court said Tuesday that a survivor and relatives of victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting can pursue their lawsuit against the maker of the rifle used to kill 26 people. The justices rejected an appeal from Remington Arms that argued it should be shielded by a 2005 federal law...
New York Post
Disney+ users report login errors on Day 1of stream service
The Disney+ customer service handle on Twitter attributed the error issues to high consumer traffic on the platform
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Gender-neutral cocktails draw critics: ‘It’s all getting a bit much’
The colorless drinks were intended to remove modern day stereotypes, the bar says.
New York Post
Jacksonville Jaguars' Doug Marrone gets mind blown over NFL RedZone channel
Every NFL fan who has ever watched a game knows that once you tune into the NFL RedZone it will definitely have an adverse effect on how you watch games going forward.
Sport
Disney Plus' 'Star Wars' series, 'The Mandalorian,' proves the franchise can make the leap from theaters to prestige TV
Disney Disney's streaming service, Disney Plus, launched on Tuesday and with it, the first episode of the first live-action "Star Wars" series, "The Mandalorian." There's a lot riding on "The Mandalorian's" success, according to Boxoffice Pro chief analyst Shawn Robbins. While Disney has committed to slowing down "Star Wars" theatrical releases, it's developing more TV shows for Disney Plus beyond "The Mandalorian." The show's first episode suggests it's a worthy addition to the franchise that should satisfy old and new fans alike. It showcases its pricey budget, which Disney CEO Bob Iger said was "around $100 million" for the first season. But the effects look practical and are reminiscent of the original "Star Wars" trilogy. "The Mandalorian" seems like a binge-worthy show, but will be released on a weekly basis. This could build solid word-of-mouth for the series if future episodes are as satisfying as the first entry. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Disney has been adamant that audiences aren't interested in more "Star Wars" standalone movies after "Solo" disappointed at the box office last year. But the latest entry in the franchise suggests there's still room for those kinds of stories in another medium. Disney's highly anticipated streaming competitor, Disney Plus, launched on Tuesday and with it, the first live-action "Star Wars" TV show: "The Mandalorian."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:The best and worst Disney movie of every decade since 1940Disney Plus already has nearly 2 million subscribers in the US before launch, according to data firm JumpshotDisney is adamant that audiences don't want more standalone 'Star Wars' movies, but experts disagree
Business Insider
Here are the 5 NFL teams Jeff Bezos should buy
According to a report from CBS Sports, Jeff Bezos is apparently following in the tradition of numerous other white billionaires and exploring the option to buy an NFL team. And he has the tacit approval of many of those fellow white billionaires. The report, from Jason La Confora, notes that Bezos watched the most recent Super Bowl alongside NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and "has strong support within the league." For Bezos, who's currently worth $111 billion, buying an NFL team would be like spending the change he finds between couch cushions. The most expensive team sale in league history (so far) was the 2018 sale of the Carolina Panthers for around $2.3 billion.  Read more...More about Amazon, Nfl, Jeff Bezos, Tech, and Sports
Mashable
Over 200 elephants have died during severe drought in Zimbabwe
HARARE, Zimbabwe — More than 200 elephants have died amid a severe drought, Zimbabwe’s parks agency said on Tuesday, and a mass relocation of animals is planned to ease congestion. Zimbabwe National Parks and Wildlife Management Authority spokesman Tinashe Farawo said at least 200 elephants have died in vast Hwange National Park alone since October...
New York Post
Giuliani builds his new defense strategy as impeachment hearings loom
Rudy Giuliani has a cold. On the phone from Chicago, through sniffles and with a gravelly voice, President Donald Trump's personal lawyer spends 20 minutes on a Monday afternoon venting about the impeachment inquiry.
Politica
Arkansas cop Cebron Hackett caught dancing in the nude at Little Rock nightclub
An Arkansas cop has been suspended after he was caught on camera dancing completely naked in a club, according to reports. Officer Cebron Hackett sparked screams and laughter as he was filmed staggering around the dancefloor after stripping off into his birthday suit at a Little Rock nightclub last month, KATV reported along with footage...
New York Post
Kristaps Porzingis flops after ‘ungodly’ Mark Cuban jinx
Kristaps Porzingis played his worst game of the season Monday night after Mavericks owner Mark Cuban had gushed over The Unicorn earlier in the day, calling him “a bona fide superstar.” The former Knicks All-Star had been registering impressive numbers over his first eight appearances with Dallas in his return to the NBA following 2018...
New York Post
Workers at Britain's financial regulator are reportedly pooping on the floor, according to a leaked memo
Thomson Reuters Workers at Britain's financial regulator are being scolded for pooping on the floor and verbally abusing security, according to an internal memo seen by the Evening Standard. Georgina Philippou, COO of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), told employees she was "appalled" and "ashamed" at staff behaviour. The memo also called out incidents of workers "leaving cutlery and crockery in the kitchen areas, overflowing bins, stealing plants and charging cables from desks." View Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Workers at Britain's financial regulator are pooping on the floor, stealing plants, and verbally abusing staff, according to an internal memo seen by the Evening Standard, a London newspaper. Georgina Philippou, operating chief of the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA), told staff at the agency's London headquarters that she was "appalled about the incidents of bad behaviour towards our building and colleagues." See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: 5 things about the NFL that football fans may not knowSee Also:The life of Donald Trump Jr., who once lived out of a truck, didn't speak to his father for a year, and is making waves on a book tour with his girlfriend51 unique holiday gifts your mom actually wants to get this year — for every budgetDisturbing before-and-after images show what major US cities could look like in the year 2100
Business Insider
Rep. Elijah Cummings' widow to run for his congressional seat
Maya Rockeymoore Cummings, widow of Rep. Elijah Cummings, will run for her late husband's congressional seat.
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The best looks from the ‘Charlie’s Angels’ premiere red carpet
Stars like Kristen Stewart, Laverne Cox and Chaka Khan brought serious sparkle to the event.
New York Post
Disney Plus growth could catapult Disney's stock price more than 20% over next year, analyst says
Disney Plus Disney's new streaming platform could help catapult the company's stock price as much as 20% over the next year, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch.  The bank's analysts boosted their five-year subscriber target for Disney Plus to 90 million, up from a previous estimate of 60 million.  Bank of America reiterated its "buy" rating and $168 price target on Tuesday, citing the rollout of Disney Plus as a primary driver of long-term value.  Watch Disney trade live on Markets Insider. Disney's long-awaited foray into the streaming wars could help catapult its stock price as much as 20% higher over the next 12 months, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch.  A team of analysts led by Jessica Reif Ehrlich increased their five-year subscriber target for Disney Plus to 90 million, up from a prior forecast of 60 million.  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:Disturbing before-and-after images show what major US cities could look like in the year 210051 unique holiday gifts your mom actually wants to get this year — for every budgetThe life of Donald Trump Jr., who once lived out of a truck, didn't speak to his father for a year, and is making waves on a book tour with his girlfriend
Business Insider
Conservative Supreme Court justices lean toward Trump on ending immigrant program
Conservative U.S. Supreme Court justices on Tuesday appeared sympathetic to President Donald Trump's effort to rescind a program that protects from deportation hundreds of thousands of immigrants who entered the United States illegally as children - dubbed "Dreamers" - part of his tough immigration policies.
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Estudiantes reopens stadium with flaming lion hologram
You'd be forgiven for thinking it was a scene from a futuristic sci-fi movie -- a giant, flaming lion leaping across the roof of football ground in front of thousands of spectators.
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Chaotic photos show what it looks like when Alibaba sells $38 billion worth of merchandise on China’s biggest shopping holiday and breaks records
NOEL CELIS/AFP/Getty Images Alibaba says it has raked in more than $38 billion in Singles Day sales, making it the biggest shopping holiday in China. The retailer smashed Amazon Prime Day records, which brought in $5.8 billion in sales this year according to estimates. As the record-breaking shopping extravaganza winds to a close, photos are emerging that show the aftermath of intense shipping demands. E-commerce companies reportedly pulled all-nighters to keep up with orders placed on November 11, and high-speed trains are being used to deliver packages. Photos show crowded logistics bases overflowing with packages as workers begin to send out packages. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Alibaba has reportedly surpassed more than $38 billion in sales as of Monday evening, and photos are beginning to emerge that show the intense aftermath of the world's largest 24-hour shopping event. In the first hour alone, the retailer brought in an estimated $13 billion in sales.  The Chinese online retailer has already surpassed Amazon Prime Day's record and then some.  Though Amazon has not released official sales numbers, the retailer took in an estimated $5.8 billion during Amazon Prime Day 2019 according to analysts. While Alibaba's annual online shopping event is comparable to Black Friday or Cyber Monday in the US, the retailer consistently brings in more money than other worldwide retail competitors. As Alibaba's record-breaking shopping day winds to a close, workers have reportedly been working around the clock to keep up with intense e-commerce and shipping demands. The retailer is reportedly using high-speed trains to keep up with deliveries, and workers in e-commerce facilities worked overnight to keep up with demand.As Singles' Day came to an end, the growth of the shopping holiday was immediately apparent. NOEL CELIS/AFP/Getty Images Last year, Alibaba took in an estimated $30.8 billion in sales. NOEL CELIS/AFP/Getty Images This year, the retailer topped that amount by 26%, earning a whopping $38 billion — even in the midst of worries over a trade war with the US. NOEL CELIS/AFP/Getty Images See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:Nike, Old Navy, J.Crew, and others are launching sales to counter China's biggest shopping holiday of the yearWe went to Alibaba's 24-hour shopping extravaganza that is like nothing in America, featuring a Mariah Carey performance and an online-shopping-themed Cirque du Soleil act. Here's what it reveals about the future of retail.How Alibaba turned a fake holiday into a $25 billion shopping extravaganza that's bigger than Black Friday and Cyber Monday combinedSEE ALSO: Alibaba's Singles Day beat Amazon's estimated Prime Day sales within an hour and crushed analyst estimates for Black Friday and Cyber Monday combined
Business Insider
Two years later, Apple’s AR/VR headset plans reportedly delayed two years
Combined VR/AR headset for 2022 to be followed by "lightweight" AR glasses in 2023.
Ars Technica
The world’s biggest Burmese python is this man’s pet snake
An English dad claims his pet Burmese python has grown into the world’s biggest, but is still welcome to live in his home — alongside his much smaller children. Marcus Hobbs, 31, bought Hexxie from a pet shop eight years ago when the reptile was just eight-inches-long. The constrictor is now over 18-feet long, Hobbs...
New York Post
Disney+ has finally arrived. Here's how to watch it.
Folks, the day is here. The much hyped Disney+ streaming service is out and you can watch it right now.  When the servers work, anyway. Once the incredible stress of launch day wears off, streaming Disney+ and its massive catalog is easy as can be. You can choose to pay either $6.99 a month or $12.99 a month to bundle it with Hulu and ESPN+. Once you have an account, just load it on your device of choice, and check out 1976's The Shaggy D.A. like you've been dreaming about for months. Having said all that, you probably do have some questions about how it all works. That's why we're here. Read more... Where can I watch Disney+?More about Disney, Streaming Services, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Disney Plus, and Disney
Mashable
Disney released a deleted 'Avengers: Endgame' scene between Tony Stark and his grown daughter that will hit you in the feels all over again
Disney Warning: There are spoilers ahead for "Avengers: Endgame." When Disney Plus launched Tuesday, fans quickly spotted a new deleted scene on the streamer. The scene features Katherine Langford ("13 Reasons Why") who was cast as an older version of Tony's daughter in the film. The scene, which can be watched with or without director commentary, shows Tony making peace with his daughter before his untimely death. Directors Anthony and Joe Russo said it was cut because it felt like "Endgame" was starting to have too many endings and because it felt like viewers may not have as much of an emotional connection to this version of Morgan who they only just met. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Disney's not done releasing deleted scenes for "Avengers: Endgame" yet. When Disney's streaming site, Disney Plus, launched Tuesday, fans were excited to discover a new deleted scene for the film featuring Tony Stark and his daughter, Morgan, all grown-up.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: How to find water when you're stuck in the desertSee Also:Disney has 19 new shows coming exclusively to its streaming service — here they all areDisney Plus' 'Noelle' is a mediocre holiday movie that clearly wasn't good enough for theatersChris Evans addressed whether he'll someday reprise his role as Captain America: 'It's not a hard no, but it's not an eager yes either'
Business Insider
This is what using Disney's new $7 a month streaming service looks like
Disney Plus Disney launched its Disney Plus streaming service on Tuesday. The ad-free service costs $6.99 per month, or $69.99 per year. Its offerings revolve around both old and new Disney content, which spans Disney original movies, Pixar, National Geographic, Marvel, Star Wars, and more. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Disney's much-anticipated Disney Plus streaming service officially launched on Tuesday morning. While some users were having technical issues accessing content this morning, others were able to explore the wide array of movies and TV shows available on the service.  Disney Plus costs $7 per month, or $70 per year, which is within a few dollars of a basic Netflix streaming plan. The Disney service doesn't touch on every genre the way Netflix does, but because Disney owns so many other production companies, you won't be stuck with Steamboat Willie. Scroll to see what using Disney Plus looks like.The home screen gives an overview of content on Disney Plus. The top image switches between popular movies like "Avatar" and Disney Original shows and movies. Disney Plus Scrolling down, you'll see many of the categories to browse through, including Disney originals, recommended content, and hit movies. Disney Plus Disney seems to be going for nostalgia, highlighting Disney Channel favorites from the 1990s and 2000s, plus movies like "The Parent Trap." Disney Plus See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:Here's what time you should travel if you want to avoid traffic on Thanksgiving, according to GoogleSwitching your phone to dark mode could be a game-changer for your battery life, especially if you have one of 3 iPhonesBig streaming companies like Netflix and HBO are looking to crack down on freeloaders who use other people's passwords and accounts
Business Insider
Don Cherry offered job by Russian hockey team to 'talk whatever he thinks'
HC Dynamo Moscow of the KHL offers job to fired broadcasterCherry was fired by Sportsnet on Monday over racist commentsPundit stands by comments: ‘I know what I said and I meant it’Don Cherry might not be out of work for long.One day after the iconic Canadian hockey pundit was fired by Sportsnet for xenophobic remarks made on Saturday night’s Hockey Night in Canada telecast, a Russian team has publicly recruited Cherry to come aboard as a TV analyst. Continue reading...
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Emails Connect Trump Officials And GOP Redistricting Expert On Citizenship Question
Newly released emails connect a former adviser to the Trump administration and GOP strategist Thomas Hofeller over a census question that Hofeller concluded could politically benefit Republicans.
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Far right 'use Russian-style propaganda to spread misinformation'
Speakers at event in Oxford say ‘junk news’ tools pioneered by Russians now originating in UKMisinformation techniques first deployed by Russian agents are now more commonly used in Britain by the far right, as well as by politicians to convince their own voters, an audience in Oxford was told.At an event hosted by Oxford University’s Internet Institute, which has been studying the effects of “computational propaganda” in elections around the world, speakers said the evidence of foreign interference in Britain’s election was slim, but that strategies first deployed by foreign actors were still going strong. The event was held under the Chatham House rule, meaning speakers can be quoted but not named. Continue reading...
US news | The Guardian
Tensions rise after rocket explosion on highway near Israel-Gaza border
Watch the terrifying moment a rocket, launched from Gaza, landed on a highway in Gan Yavne, Israel. Dozens of rockets were launched in response to an earlier Israeli strike on Gaza that killed Islamic Jihad commander Baha Abu al-Atta. One person was “lightly injured” from the highway explosion.   Subscribe to our YouTube.
New York Post
Watch the Arctic's oldest, toughest sea ice perish in new video
The Arctic's oldest, most robust sea ice has devolved into a pathetic shell of its once-grand self. A new two-minute video from the American Geophysical Union, a leading earth sciences organization, depicts the dramatic shrinking of the toughest Arctic sea ice over the last 35 years, since 1984. (Reliable satellite observations began in the late 1970s). The oldest ice, which is four or more years old and most resistant to melting, is shown in white. This ice once froze over the vast Arctic basin. Today, however, just thin wisps of the old ice remain north of Greenland and the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. Read more...More about Science, Arctic, Global Warming, Climate Change, and Science
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Zooey Deschanel, Jonathan Scott make first red carpet appearance together
They stepped out at the Critics' Choice Documentary Awards.
New York Post
Barstool Sports racks up $182G for veterans after ‘spur of the moment’ campaign takes off
Barstool Sports plans to donate $182,000 to a charity that helps veterans receive mental healthcare treatment after the sports blog’s founder promised he’d match donations in a “spur of the moment” decision.
Sport
5 lessons I learned selling candy in 7th grade that have stuck with me ever since
dejandjuric/Getty Images When I was in middle school, I sold candy to my classmates as an easy way to make money. I learned entrepreneurial basics such as figuring out how much profit I would earn, eyeing the competition, and strategizing the sell. Putting most of my earnings toward a goal helped me stay focused and motivated. Read more personal finance coverage. Growing up, I was one of those kids who liked coming up with ways to make money. While my peers daydreamed about flying to the moon and being superheroes in alternate universes, I played "store" with my cousins. At the risk of sounding boring, all I really wanted was a job so I could have my own money. I looked forward to school fundraisers, and worked hard at selling enough candy bars to score a free school trip to one of the nearby theme parks. And in the 7th grade, I got the idea to sell candy to my fellow classmates. While it didn't make me rich, there were a few early lessons I learned about money and entrepreneurialism: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:A Southern California couple who worked 'blue collar' jobs plans to retire comfortably thanks to 3 strategies they started years agoI've paid off $12,000 of credit card debt in 3 months thanks to a strategy that's just strict enough to workPeople say life insurance should cover 10 times your income, but as a financial adviser I can tell you that isn't always enough
Business Insider
The acting chief of staff instead plans to obey the White House and Justice Dept. direction for him not to testify
Acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney no longer plans to sue in federal court over his House subpoena in the impeachment probe.
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Shakira says vocal cord injury led to depression: ‘I was bitter’
"I was so pessimistic," the pop star admits.
New York Post
Google to gather Americans’ personal health records through ‘Project Nightingale’
The search giant plans to collect patient data —includes lab results, diagnoses, and hospitalization records — across 21 states. Read more...More about Tech, Google, Mashable Video, Project Nightingale, and Health Records
Mashable
Should You Opt Your Child Out of Homework?
Our kids have really long days. By sheer scheduling necessity, they’re often at school before we’re at work and they’re still there while we rush home to pick them up. Then they’ve got Girl Scouts or basketball practice or piano lessons. They’ve got to eat, they’ve got to get at least semi-clean before bed, they’ve…Read more...
Lifehacker
As 5G Rolls Out, Troubling New Security Flaws Emerge
Researchers have identified 11 new vulnerabilities in 5G—with time running out to fix them.
WIRED
The EPA Amends Its 'Transparency' Proposal to Somehow Be Even More Terrible
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is taking its denial of science a step further. The New York Times got its hands on a new draft of “Strengthening Transparency in Regulatory Science,” a proposal the agency first announced last year. Unfortunately the latest version of the document looks even worse than the…Read more...
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GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks climb as investors hope Trump delivers on trade
Equity markets and government bond yields rose on Tuesday as investors awaited a speech by U.S. President Donald Trump on U.S. trade policy, in which he is expected to discuss talks with China and a tariff decision on European automakers.
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Trump campaign reaction to 2016 WikiLeaks dump was 'a state of happiness,' former aide testifies
A top aide to Donald Trump's 2016 campaign revealed new details in court testimony Tuesday about Trump's own reaction to dumps of information from WikiLeaks.
Politica
Bloomberg files paperwork for Democratic primary in Arkansas
Former Mayor Mike Bloomberg is filing paperwork in Arkansas to be in the state’s March 3 primary, his spokesman told The Post. Bloomberg arrived in Little Rock to file for a place on the presidential primary ballot. Meanwhile, at least one prominent New York Democrat said he’d welcome Bloomberg into the race. “Mike Bloomberg entering...
New York Post
Teresa Giudice focused on positivity while awaiting Joe’s deportation fate
The "Real Housewives of New Jersey" personality shared a cryptic message Sunday on her Instagram story.
New York Post
UPDATE 3-D.R. Horton sees 2020 home sales above estimates, shares rise
D.R. Horton Inc topped expectations for quarterly profit and forecast 2020 home sales above analysts' estimates, as cheaper mortgage rates buoyed demand from buyers, sending shares in the biggest U.S. homebuilder up as much as 6%.
REUTERS
Huru’s new backpack is spacious enough for your many, many gadgets
I’ve learned over the past few years that I don’t exactly travel light. I like having a big ol’ bunch of gadgets with me, including a mirrorless camera kit, and I don’t like to do laundry every second day. I salute those of you who can, but I’m not joining your fold (no pun intended) anytime soon. Kiev, Ukraine-based Huru’s third backpack — known as the A model — is roughly the same size as the first one (25L vs. 24L), but adds more pockets for organization, and strangely feels more compact, if that makes any sense. It’s also a lot… This story continues at The Next Web
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Nurse took in disabled teen, then tortured and killed her, police say.
Peggy Lynn Johnson was 23 when her body was found covered in burns and bruises along a Wisconsin road. Linda LaRoche has been charged in her murder.
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Giannis Antetokounmpo tears jersey, kicks hole in Thunder sign in frustration
Milwaukee Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo appeared to be extremely unhappy with his performance Sunday night against the Oklahoma City Thunder despite scoring 36 points in a win.
Sport
Shelter cat gets a timeout for helping other cats escape 'several times a day'
A vigilante kitty at an adoption center has been reprimanded for letting his furry neighbors out of the cat room "several times a day."  The Friends For Life Animal Rescue and Adoption Organization in Houston posted to Facebook  on Oct. 29 saying Quilty the cat had to be "banished" to the lobby while the staff "Quilty-proofed" the cat room. SEE ALSO: Watch this scaredy-cat throw a hissy fit over its owner's Halloween cat costume "His roommates missed him while he was banished to the lobby," the post reads. "They enjoyed their nighttime escapades around the shelter. The staff, however, did not miss the morning cat wrangling..." Read more...More about Cat, Shelter, Culture, Animals, and Web Culture
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Disney Plus is already crashing on its launch day, and fans are annoyed after they paid months in advance
Disney Disney Plus users were already complaining of technical difficulties right after the platform launched on Tuesday. People are getting constant error messages like "service down" and "unable to connect." Many subscribers are especially annoyed after they paid months in advance for instant access. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Disney Plus users were already complaining of technical difficulties right after the platform launched on Tuesday. The new streaming service hasn't been loading effectively, with many users getting constant error messages like "service down" and "unable to connect."See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: How to find water when you're stuck in the desertSee Also:Disney has 19 new shows coming exclusively to its streaming service — here they all areDisney Plus' 'Noelle' is a mediocre holiday movie that clearly wasn't good enough for theaters'High School Musical: The Musical: The Series' lacks the charm and originality of the beloved Disney Channel film
Business Insider
UPDATE 1-Boeing orders sink as customers opt to swap MAX
Boeing Co took 10 new plane orders last month, but saw some customers swapping the U.S. planemaker's grounded 737 MAX planes in favor of more expensive wide-body planes as doubts lingered about the MAX's return to service.
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