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A rare, insider look at the highly secretive game industry from the Game Developers Conference. Developers share thoughts on working conditions, the need for unionization, attempts to diversify and more.
It looks like New York’s getting the crime uptick politicians have been asking for
Robbery is up almost 30% in New York City since the first of the year. Is this a statistical blip, a trend — or a New Year’s bail-reform gift from Albany, robbery now largely being a revolving-door offense in the Empire State? Time will tell, but consider this as well: According to the latest NYPD...
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NPR reporter says Pompeo shouted, cursed at her after she pressed him on Ukraine during interview
An NPR reporter alleged on Friday that Secretary of State Mike Pompeo lashed out at her after an interview in which she pressed him on the ouster of former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch.
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Star Trek Jokes Ensue After Trump Tweets New Space Force Seal
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U.S. Chemical Safety Board sending team to probe Houston blast
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Joe Judge’s Giants staff gets first and last Eli Manning viewing
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NYPD officer and his fiancée charged with death of his 8-year-old son
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The NHL season is skating by quickly. It's already All-Star Weekend.
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The Senate spectator gallery was at least half-empty throughout the first week of President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial and senators serving as the jury in the marathon sessions are taking notice — some stunned that there aren’t more people watching history unfold, while others understand the public avoiding the repetitive proceedings. “I’m really surprised at...
‘Honey Boo Boo’ star Mama June admits ‘every day is a struggle’ in social media return: ‘I miss my kids’
Mama June Shannon is hopefully putting the pieces of her life together that need mending and opened up on social media Friday to share a message with the world.
Ultra-Thin Touchscreen Could Be Printed In Large Sheets, Rolled Into a Tube—and Costs Less Than Existing Tech
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Steve Spagnuolo a difference-maker for Super Bowl-bound Chiefs
After the first time, Tyrann Mathieu knew he wasn’t being summoned for a pat on the back. Mathieu and defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo arrived in the offseason to fix the weakness holding back the Chiefs. They didn’t share in the team’s heartbreak of letting the Patriots score the walk-off touchdown on the first possession of...
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NYPD cop Michael Valva allegedly taunted son Thomas Valva for being cold before died
The NYPD cop and his fiancée accused of killing his 8-year-old son taunted the boy for being cold after keeping him overnight in a freezing garage in their Suffolk County home, prosecutors alleged at his arraignment Friday. Mike Valva, 40, was caught on his extensive home-security system the day his son Thomas died sarcastically telling his...
In Groundbreaking Experiment, Astronauts Have Baked Cookies in Space. But What Do They Taste Like?
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Jesse Watters said Friday that Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., proved she was "buying votes" after the Democratic presidential candidate was confronted by an Iowa father who challenged her plan to forgive college loan debtors.
Donald Trump Went to the March for Life, and the March for Life Became a Trump Rally
He's the first sitting president to attend the anti-abortion event.
Antonio Brown Facing Possible Life Sentence for Felony Burglary with Battery
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China Jails Student for Mocking Tweet Posted from Minnesota
According to an announcement by the Wuchang District People’s Court on Wednesday, a Chinese student named Luo Daiqing was sentenced to six months in prison in the summer of 2019 for posting “comments and inappropriate images insulting to the leader of this country.”
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Trump unveils Space Force logo
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Mexico Breaks Up a Migrant Caravan, Pleasing White House
The Mexican authorities used pepper spray on a caravan of 4,000 Central American migrants who tried to enter the country illegally, and dangled the possibility of jobs for those who registered.
A Ball State University professor called the police on a student after he refused to move seats
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Clayton Christensen, the prominent management thinker whose ideas on technology had a big influence on some of today's largest companies, has died. He was 67.
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The new law says in the case of a divorce, frozen embryos will go to the spouse who intends to use them to have a baby.
At least 18 dead, hundreds hurt in Turkey quake
An earthquake rocked eastern Turkey on Friday, killing at least 18 people, injuring hundreds and leaving some 30 trapped in the wreckage of toppled buildings, Turkish officials said. (Jan. 24)