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Mets' Jacob deGrom will undergo tests after experiencing elbow discomfort
NL Cy Young winner Jacob deGrom will miss his Saturday start because of elbow discomfort, as well as fatigue from strep throat, the Mets said.        
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NBA rescinds technical on Warriors' Durant, Clippers' Green
The NBA has rescinded technical fouls called on Golden State's Kevin Durant and JaMychal Green of the Clippers in Game 3 of their first-round playoff series        
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The company behind the dual-screen YotaPhone is bankrupt
We’ve been following Russia’s YotaPhone since 2012, but it seems like the saga of the power-sipping E Ink-backed dual-screen handset has come to an end. Yota Devices is bankrupt, report Cnews.ru and Liliputing, pointing to a liquidation notice published in the Cayman Islands Gazette (PDF). According to Russian media reports, it was a lawsuit that eventually wound up bankrupting the company. Yota’s manufacturer for the first two YotaPhones, Hi-P Singapore, sued for $126 million back in 2015 because YotaPhone reportedly refused to take delivery (and presumably pay for) the minimum number of phones it agreed to order. (In 2016, The Financial Times reported that the first two YotaPhones only sold around 75,000 units.) Hi-P had agreed to... Continue reading…
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Mueller Report Does Nothing to Narrow a Vast Partisan Divide
As Democrats issued a subpoena demanding an unredacted copy of the report and condemned the president’s conduct, most Republican lawmakers remained silent on the findings.
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A Guide to Our Notre-Dame Fire Coverage
A look at a blaze that ravaged a symbol of Paris, prompted calls for people to unite in restoring it and spurred inquiries into how such a catastrophe could have been prevented.
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Tigers manager Gardenhire ejected against White Sox
Tigers manager Ron Gardenhire was ejected from Detroit's game against the Chicago White Sox after pitcher Jordan Zimmermann walked in a run in the top of the fifth inning        
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The Great Russian Heist of 2016
The Mueller report is a good reminder of how important it is to prevent foreign interference in American elections.
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Get some bud-green Master and Dynamic wireless headphones for $50 off this 420
Looking for the best possible audio experience to pair with your favorite herb? Master and Dynamic has announced a special 420 edition of its gorgeous on-ear and over-ear headphones, which will be available for $50 off this 4/20. The post Get some bud-green Master and Dynamic wireless headphones for $50 off this 420 appeared first on Digital Trends.
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Lowry keeps hold on the top at rain-delayed RBC Heritage
Shane Lowry maintains 1-stroke lead at the rain-delayed RBC Heritage        
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A Darker Portrait Emerges of Trump’s Attacks on the Justice Department
The Mueller report showed that Justice Department leaders were more deeply under siege than previously known.
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Conservatives Should Thank Mueller
A scrupulous report saved an unscrupulous president.
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Danny Amendola Posts Instagram Rant on Ex-GF Olivia Culpo, Using Social Media
Detroit Lions receiver Danny Amendola went off on a social media rant after seeing his ex-girlfriend Olivia Culpo hanging out with DJ Zedd recently...
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Tesla to shrink board to seven directors from 11
Tesla Inc said on Friday that four members of its eleven-member board would be leaving over the next two years, as the electric car company looks to streamline its board.
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RBC Heritage 2019: Shane Lowry Leads by 1 Stroke as Darkness Shortens Round 2
Shane Lowry holds a one-shot lead in the 2019 RBC Heritage tournament after second-round play was suspended due to darkness on Friday night at Harbour Town Golf Links in Hilton Head, South Carolina...
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Khris Davis wants to lead A's to playoffs again and again
Khris Davis was feted by Athletics teammates and employees a day after Oakland announced his new deal adding $33.75 million that runs through 2021        
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Exclusive: Tereos still searching for wider funding - sources
(Corrects headline and paragraph 1 to make clear that syndication process is ongoing, to make clear in paragraph 5 that no offers finalized by April 15, to clarify sourcing throughout)
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Microsoft has its own James Damore situation as some employees question diversity efforts
Debate is raging at Microsoft after some employees questioned the company's push to recruit more women and minorities on an internal message board.        
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Amazon and Best Buy smash prices on August smart home security locks
Amazon and Best Buy have the lowest prices for two August smart home door locks during a limited time sale. August was one of the first smart door lock companies designed specifically for smart home convenience and security. The post Amazon and Best Buy smash prices on August smart home security locks appeared first on Digital Trends.
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How these savvy 'Jeopardy!' champions use statistics and game theory to walk away with millions
Associated Press James Holzhauer, the current reigning "Jeopardy!" champion, is currently on an 11-day winning streak. The Las Vegas-resident and professional sports gambler has taken home more than $770,000 so far.  But Holzhauer isn't just getting lucky. His impressive daily totals (four of them tallying upwards of $100,000) are a result of how he plays the game — knowing when to hit the buzzer, how much to bet on daily doubles, and which clues to knock off the board first. Other famous "Jeopardy!" champions used similar strategies to increase their earnings and guarantee a win. In 2014, contestant Arthur Chu used principals of game theory in determining how much to bet during Final Jeopardy to maximize his chances of moving onto the next day of game play. Just making it onto the show "Jeopardy!" is challenging enough. But winning the day once you're in the studio is even more difficult. Unless you know how to play the odds.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Sumo wrestlers eat up to 7,000 calories a day, yet don't typically suffer from symptoms of obesitySee Also:11 common traits of highly intelligent peopleShare your opinion — become a BI Insider!A former student returned to his college and fried $51,000 worth of computers using a simple device you can easily buy onlineSEE ALSO: We spent a day behind the scenes of 'Jeopardy!' with Alex Trebek in 2017 — here's what he's really like
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Hacker posts over 4,000 sensitive documents from Mexican embassy
Thousands of documents containing sensitive information belonging to Mexico's embassy in Guatemala were leaked online this week by a hacker. The stolen cache contained more than 4,800 files related to the embassy's activities including its dealings w...
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Ultra Wideband is here, and you can use it with the 5G Moto Mod (and save $150)
5G is rolling out in the U.S., and Motorola’s Moto Z3 is one of the few phones that can use it. Select people can take advantage of Verizon’s 5G service and enjoy a $150 discount with the purchase of a Moto Z3 and 5G Moto Mod bundle. The post Ultra Wideband is here, and you can use it with the 5G Moto Mod (and save $150) appeared first on Digital Trends.
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Okla. City bombing 'Survivor Tree' DNA to live on
Science and technology are helping Oklahoma City to sustain the DNA and spirit of a tree symbolizing hope 24 years after the deadliest act of domestic terrorism on U.S. soil. (April 19)        
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Lawyer: abused children 'humbled' that people care
A California couple who pleaded guilty to years of torture and abuse of 12 of their 13 children have been sentenced to life in prison with possibility of parole after 25 years. An attorney says the children are moving on with their lives. (April 19)         
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Jets 2019 NFL Draft Rumors: NY 'Determined' to Trade Down from 3rd Overall Pick
The New York Jets are reportedly "determined" to trade the No. 3 overall selection in the 2019 NFL draft in order to acquire more picks...
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BuzzFeed is struggling to defend its major Trump scoop after Mueller's report discredited it
Brendan McDermid/Reuters BuzzFeed published a bombshell story in January saying that President Donald Trump ordered his former fixer Michael Cohen to lie to Congress about plans for a Trump-branded skyscraper in Moscow. No other news outlet matched the story, and the redacted version of the special counsel Robert Mueller's report appears to discredit it. BuzzFeed's editor in chief issued a statement detailing the outlet's reporting, but the company has not retracted the story. Visit INSIDER.com for more stories. When BuzzFeed reported on January 17 that President Donald Trump ordered his former fixer Michael Cohen to lie to Congress about plans for a Trump-branded skyscraper in Moscow, the upstart outlet framed the story as a revelation of historical importance — "the first known example of Trump explicitly telling a subordinate to lie directly about his own dealings with Russia" — and a vindication for BuzzFeed's ambitious newsroom. Unlike other bombshells to emerge from the Russia investigation, this was the first to unambiguously accuse the sitting president of committing such a serious crime — an impeachable offense, many said. And the story's headline — "President Trump Directed His Attorney Michael Cohen To Lie To Congress About The Moscow Tower Project" — lacked any caveats or hedges. Moreover, the reporters Anthony Cormier and Jason Leopold said Mueller's team had documentation showing Trump instructed Cohen to lie.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Here's how North Korea's Kim Jong Un became one of the world's scariest dictatorsSee Also:Share your opinion — become a BI Insider!11 common traits of highly intelligent peopleA former student returned to his college and fried $51,000 worth of computers using a simple device you can easily buy online
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Video: Watch Indians' Carlos Santana Get Sworn in as US Citizen in Ceremony
Cleveland Indians first baseman Carlos Santana officially became a United States citizen Friday. Santana, a Dominican Republic native who passed his citizenship test in early April, took the Oath of Allegiance at the Carl B...
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Sophie Turner: 'Dark Phoenix' is 'on a different level'
Sophie Turner says her role as a conflicted Jean Grey in this summer's new X-Men movie "Dark Phoenix" is "on a different level" from any character she's played before -- including the much-tormented Sansa Stark on "Game of Thrones." (April 19)        
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Robert Mueller in the Age of the Unicorn
The Mueller report won’t move the political needle. Trump supporters always knew he was a scam artist.
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Tesla is shuffling its board of directors amid ongoing negotiations with the Securities and Exchange Commission (TSLA)
60 Minutes Tesla on Friday announced four members of its board of directors will leave their posts once their terms have ended. Brad Buss and Linda Johnson Rice will not pursue reelection to the board at Tesla's stockholders' meeting in June. And in 2020, Steve Jurvetson's tenure will officially end. Jurvetson has been on leave following accusations of sexual misconduct at his venture-capital firm Draper, Fisher, Jurvetson in 2017. A fourth independent director, Antonio Gracias, would also bow out in 2020 if Tesla stockholders approve a proposal to reduce director terms from three years to two. If that proposal fails, Gracias would instead exit in 2021, the electric-car maker said. The shuffle comes as CEO Elon Musk and the Securities and Exchange Commission negotiate terms governing Musk's activity on Twitter, a matter on which the chief executive and federal regulators have locked horns in recent months. Visit BusinessInsider.com for more stories. Tesla on Friday announced four members of its board of directors will leave their posts once their terms have ended. Brad Buss and Linda Johnson Rice will not pursue reelection to the board at Tesla's stockholders' meeting this June. And in 2020, Steve Jurvetson's tenure will officially end. Jurvetson has been on leave following accusations of sexual misconduct at his venture-capital firm Draper, Fisher, Jurvetson in 2017.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Elon Musk said Model 3s will come out of China by the end of 2019 — here's why that's hard to believeSee Also:A judge gave Elon Musk and the SEC one more week to come to a new agreement about how to monitor the CEO's tweetsA Tesla Model X SUV caught fire after being towed to a shop, despite a company employee saying it wouldn'tOne of Tesla's biggest investors has slashed its stake once againSEE ALSO: Insiders describe a world of chaos and waste at Panasonic's massive battery-making operation for Tesla
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Cornell scientists create ‘living’ machines that eat, grow, and evolve
The field of robotics is going through a renaissance thanks to advances in machine learning and sensor technology. Each generation of robot is engineered with greater mechanical complexity and smarter operating software than the last. But what if, instead of painstakingly designing and engineering a robot, you could just tear open a packet of primordial soup, toss it in the microwave on high for two minutes, and then grow your own ‘lifelike’ robot? If you’re a Cornell research team, you’d grow a bunch and make them race. Scientists from Cornell University have successfully constructed DNA-based machines with incredibly life-like capabilities.… This story continues at The Next Web
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Jontay Porter Declares for 2019 NBA Draft Despite Suffering 2nd Torn ACL Injury
Jontay Porter is going to test himself by putting his name in the 2019 NBA draft pool despite tearing his ACL for a second time last month...
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Mueller Report, Notre-Dame, Royal Baby: Your Friday Evening Briefing
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
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Making hard-boiled eggs isn’t hard — here’s how to do it perfectly every time
With the help of science or some kitchen gadgets, making hard-boiled eggs can be a little easier. It may not be the hardest task in the world, but a few of these methods are foolproof. The post Making hard-boiled eggs isn’t hard — here’s how to do it perfectly every time appeared first on Digital Trends.
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Michigan State star Winston coming back, Ward leaving
Michigan State All-America guard Cassius Winston coming back for senior year, Nick Ward leaving for NBA         
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Marcus Hutchins, slayer of WannaCry worm, pleads guilty to malware charges
Hutchins once proclaimed his innocence. Now he admits he created the Kronos bank trojan.
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Wall Street firms are being taken over by 22-year-olds — here are the big banks that rely on junior talent the most
Peter MacDiarmid/Getty Images Wall Street investment banks are spending more on tech and eliminating rote tasks that used to go to junior staff. But the banks aren't cutting back on their crops of recent college grads — if anything, they're relying more on younger workers. Analysis of FINRA records by efinancialcareers shows that nearly one-fifth of Finra-licensed employees at the big New York banks are brand new to the business.   Some banks, like Barclays and Goldman Sachs, rely more heavily on first years than others.  Visit BusinessInsider.com for more stories. As Wall Street banks spend billions to upgrade technology and automate tasks, the mundane and tedious work that used to define the early years of a career at an investment bank is increasingly disappearing, with bots and algorithms springing into action to take over.  JPMorgan Chase, for instance, is digitizing dealmaking, using machine learning for elements of underwriting stocks and bonds and saving hundreds of thousands of hours of work in the process. Goldman Sachs is automating initial public offerings, stripping out half the roughly 130 steps in the process and delegating them to computers. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Physicists have discovered that rotating black holes might serve as portals for hyperspace travelSee Also:Goldman Sachs's Rich Friedman gives up day-to-day oversight of private-investing business as rising executives step inMorgan Stanley beats profit estimates as wealth management and bond-trading revenue outperformGoldman Sachs is moving away from a tool championed by its former CFO as it pushes its traders to see clients where they once saw quick wins
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AOC is going to Kentucky
First AOC gave a great speech about how the Green New Deal was good for workers, including coal workers; then she accepted GOP Rep Andy Barr's invite to visit the coal-miners in his Kentucky Appalachian district; then Barr disinvited him, citing her "incivility" in her response to the racist attacks on Rep Ilhan Omar; then it transpired that Barr has no coal mines in his district, but it doesn't matter, AOC is going anyway: "Luckily, we still have open borders with Kentucky, we are free to travel there. We hope to visit and have a town hall, listen to concerns of workers in Kentucky." Read the rest
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Here's another sign Apple wants to make its Mac software more like the iPhone (AAPL)
Getty Apple will announce a Mac software update that brings Siri Shortcuts and Screen Time to its desktop software, says a new report. The report comes after Apple has brought other iPhone features like Siri to the Mac in recent years. Apple is also reportedly working on a way to help developers make apps that work across both iOS and macOS operating systems.  Visit BusinessInsider.com for more stories. Apple is reportedly planning to bring iPhone features like Siri Shortcuts and Screen Time to the Mac operating system, another move that could further bridge its mobile and desktop software. The additions will be part of a new update called macOS 10.15 that's expected to be announced during the company's World Wide Developers conference on June 3, according to 9to5Mac. Siri Shortcuts is a feature that makes it possible for Apple's virtual assistant to make recommendations based on your activity, and it was introduced in iOS 12 last fall. Apple also offers a Shortcuts app users can download to further streamline tasks through Siri, and the report indicates this app will soon be available for the Mac, too.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Watch Google's Stadia video-game-platform event in 5 minutesSee Also:Samsung's $2000 Galaxy Fold phones are breaking — here are some of the biggest smartphone fiascos over the yearsHow to copy and paste on your iPad or iPhone, and from one device to the otherHow to use and get rid of the split screen feature on your iPadSEE ALSO: Samsung's Galaxy Fold is an ambitious but flawed first attempt at what could be the future of smartphones
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Gig-economy workers like Uber and Lyft drivers may be skewing low unemployment numbers
Justin Sullivan/Getty Unemployment numbers may not fully account for gig economy workers, who may self-report as being "employed" despite not being on payroll, according to a new report from the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. Gig workers do not have the bargaining power of payroll employees, so they may also account for slowing wage growth. Uber and Lyft drivers make up much of the country's gig workforce, and they've long complained of the low pay and lack of benefits independent contractors deal with. Visit BusinessInsider.com for more stories. While unemployment may be at record lows, the growing number of gig workers who aren't on payroll may be skewing the data, according to a new report.  The Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas — one of 12 regional reserve banks that make up the centralized Fed — found that although unemployment is low, wage growth has not increased. One reason could be the rise of gig workers: The report found that the number of workers who pay self-employment taxes has risen steadily over the last 35 years.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: 12 everyday phrases that you're probably saying incorrectlySee Also:This video shows the moment Sarah Sanders lied to a room full of reporters about FBI agents telling her they were happy Trump fired ComeyBlue-collar jobs like plumbing pay $90,000 without a college degree, and it's driving more workers to trade schoolWhy legendary hedge-fund founder Ray Dalio is choosing to explore the sea instead of space like other billionairesSEE ALSO: The world's largest hedge fund breaks down how the US workforce got screwed over the past 20 years
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After controversial video, China bans saying Leica on social media
A video that referenced Tiananmen Square got the name of the camera company Leica banned from the social media platform Weibo. Leica says the video wasn't an officially sanctioned promotion. The post After controversial video, China bans saying Leica on social media appeared first on Digital Trends.
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Amazon Will Force Its Flex Delivery Drivers to Snap Selfies for Face-Recognition Authentication
Amazon’s internal delivery service, Amazon Flex, will require its drivers to take photos of themselves to be validated with facial recognition.Read more...
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Rivian turned down GM investment so it could build EVs for others
Reports emerged last week that GM would not join Amazon in investing in electric vehicle startup Rivian, and now we have a little more clarity on why talks broke down. It seems GM wanted some exclusivity, but Rivian plans to build vehicles for other...
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City Ballet Ordered to Reinstate Male Dancers Fired Over Inappropriate Texts
An arbitrator ruled that City Ballet overstepped by firing Zachary Catazaro and Amar Ramasar. Mr. Ramasar will return; Mr. Catazaro has decided not to.
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Sanders’s ‘Slip of the Tongue’ Would Be a Problem in Some White Houses. Not Trump’s.
Unlike previous administrations, where officials feared blows to their credibility in public, President Trump’s press aides are generally performing for an audience of one — the president.
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The 10 characters fans think are most likely to die in 'Avengers: Endgame'
Marvel/Disney "Avengers: Endgame" is in theaters Friday, April 26, and we doubt all of our favorite heroes are going to make it out alive. INSIDER surveyed 760 Marvel fans to find out who they believe is most likely going to die in the fourth "Avengers" outing. People are most nervous about Captain America and Iron Man across the board. No one is expecting Captain Marvel to go anywhere. We're not expecting everyone to make it out of "Avengers: Endgame" alive when it comes to theaters Friday, April 26. INSIDER polled 760 Marvel fans to see who they think is the most likely to die by the movie's end. There are a lot of characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. In creating our survey, we confined our choices to 32 survivors and fallen characters featured prominently on "Avengers: Endgame" posters. As a result, Thanos was not included here as a voting option. (Personally, I don't think he's going to die. I could be totally wrong though!) We wanted to focus here on the heroes.  INSIDER asked fans to choose up to five surviving "Infinity War" characters they believe are most likely to die by the movie's end. We then asked them to select the one individual character they don't think will make it out alive. We then asked these two questions again with all 32 characters seen on the "Avengers" posters. INSIDER found that a lot of respondents decided to skip questions that involved characters who seemingly died in "Infinity War." Because of that, this list is focused around the surviving characters fans think are most likely to be killed by the end of "Endgame." What do fans think? They don't feel good about anyone who is close to Tony Stark. Most people think Captain Marvel, the most recent hero introduced into the MCU, is definitely safe. Keep reading to see who fans think won't make it out of "Endgame" alive ranked from least likely to most likely to be killed. At the end of our ranking, you can see the results of several questions laid out in graphs. Who took this survey? Respondents to our "Avengers: Endgame" survey ranged in age from under 17 to 75 and older. The largest percentage of survey takers (41.2%) were between the ages of 18 to 24. 66.5% of respondents said they always keep up with the MCU films, and 343 of our survey takers said they live outside of the US and Canada. Our survey skewed male with 473 men and 248 women responding. There were 17 persons who preferred not to respond regarding their gender. Two preferred to self-describe. 10. Bruce Banner/Hulk —13.9% Marvel Banner was among some of the top characters when we asked fans to select up to five characters they thought might die in "Endgame." However, only two respondents believed he will be the one character most likely to die by the movie's end. When INSIDER asked fans who may die out of 32 characters living or lost after the events of "Infinity War," only one respondent out of 367 who decided to answer the question thought Hulk would bite the dust.  Our take: The Hulk probably isn't going anywhere. Ruffalo said in 2012 he signed on for a six-film deal. "Endgame" will mark his official fifth film. He had a cameo in "Iron Man 3." If the Hulk and Bruce Banner have patched things up in "Endgame" to work together, we'd love to see more of this new and improved Banner.   9. Thor — 14.2% Disney/Marvel The God of Thunder is definitely one of the most beloved characters in the MCU, but he's not one fans seem overly concerned about. Across the board, Thor was consistently near the very bottom when we asked fans to predict who they expected to die in "Endgame." It didn't matter whether or not the characters were confirmed alive after the snap or were among those who vanished. When fans were asked to choose up to five characters they thought were most likely to die in "Endgame," Thor was positioned nine out of 16 possible responses. Only eight respondents said they thought Thor was the one character most likely to die in "Endgame." When we asked fans what characters they would be the most upset over losing, Thor was always one of the top four heroes. Our take: We hope Thor doesn't perish in "Endgame." His popularity skyrocketed after the evolution of his character in the hilarious "Thor: Ragnarok." Plus, according to Tessa Thompson, who plays Valkyrie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, there's already talk of a fourth "Thor" movie. You can't have that without Hemsworth, right? "I heard that a pitch has happened for [another "Thor" film]," Thompson told the Los Angeles Times. "I don't know how real that intel is, but I hear that the pitch has happened. I think the idea is Taika [Waititi, who directed 'Ragnarok'] would come back." 8. Pepper Potts — 15.8% Disney/Marvel Studios Fans don't think things are looking too great for Potts. When we asked about the characters in all 32 of the "Endgame" posters released, fans were less concerned about Potts and more worried for other superheroes.  58 respondents said they would be most upset by her death when they were allowed to select up to five characters who could die in "Endgame." Our take: Paltrow's days may be numbered in the MCU, but we're not certain we'll see her killed off. The actress confirmed in February to Variety she'll be retiring from the universe after "Endgame." A trailer for "Spider-Man: Far From Home" teased Potts will still be alive in the universe, and we know the movie takes place minutes after "Endgame." Paltrow said if she's ever needed for a flashback scene or for a day, she'll always be more than happy to step in for a day. Read more: Fans are confused over when 'Spider-Man: Far From Home' takes place — but we already know the answer See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:33 important questions 'Avengers: Endgame' needs to answerNew footage from 'Avengers: Endgame' teases an important mission for Rocket and an emotional reunionWe had 'Game of Thrones' fans vote for the best and worst characters in the series' history, and House Lannister reigns supreme
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Warriors' Draymond Green Shed 23 Pounds Before Playoffs at Bob Myers' Urging
Golden State Warriors forward Draymond Green made getting into shape a top priority as the 2019 postseason approached, and that was something that general manager Bob Myers felt was in the best interest of the team...
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At least 8 dead, dozens injured in Peru bus crash
A bus carrying passengers from northwestern Peru to the capital crashed before dawn, killing at least eight people and injuring 45 others. (April 19)        
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Red Sox Trade Blake Swihart, Bonus-Pool Money to Diamondbacks for Marcus Wilson
Three days after being designated for assignment by the Boston Red Sox , Blake Swihart has been traded to the Arizona Diamondbacks ...
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