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Brett Gardner’s unexpected Yankees feat comes to sudden end

Brett Gardner has played more than anyone expected him to this season, but now the injury bug that plagued the rest of the Yankees outfield has finally caught up to him. The veteran was scratched from the lineup for Sunday’s 8-4 loss to the Rockies and underwent an MRI exam on his left knee that...
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Woman’s ‘velvety’ palms lead to unsettling diagnosis
A 73-year-old Brazilian woman received an unsettling diagnosis after she went to a local dermatology clinic complaining of painful and itchy lesions on the palms of her hands. The woman, who was not identified in the case report recently detailed in the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM), told the doctor treating her that she...
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Idris Elba joins ‘The Harder They Fall,’ Jay-Z’s all-black Western
Idris Elba is saddling up to join Jonathan Majors in “The Harder They Fall,” an all-black Western feature for Netflix. Jeymes Samuel, the screenwriter behind the 2014 romantic dramedy “Love, Rosie” starring Lily Collins and Sam Claflin, is making his feature directorial debut on the project. Samuel, also known as The Bullitts, is producing the...
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Unlocking the potential of the citizen data scientist
Imagine if you gave the power of drag and drop machine learning and automation to every employee, unlocking a powerful new competitive advantage.
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Attenborough: World 'changing habits' on plastic
The world is starting to tackle the threat of plastic waste, according to Sir David Attenborough.
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Legalize it? Joe Biden tries to clear air on marijuana stance
Presidential hopeful Joe Biden tried to clarify his position on the legalization of marijuana Monday — after he was quoted calling weed a “gateway drug.” The Democratic candidate tweeted out what he called “the facts” of his position on whether to legalize the drug, which a number of states have done in both medical and...
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North Korea's Kim pushes economic plan with fisheries visit as officials berate United States
North Korean state media published detailed reports on Tuesday of a visit by leader Kim Jong Un to two fisheries, underscoring his drive to build economic independence as negotiations with the United States to lift punishing sanctions soured.
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Patrick Frazee found guilty of murdering fiancée Kelsey Berreth
A jury on Monday found Colorado dad Patrick Frazee guilty of murdering his fiancée, who went missing on Thanksgiving Day last year. The jury convicted the Colorado rancher, 33, of beating to death Kelsey Berreth, 29, with a baseball bat while their 1-year-old daughter was in a nearby room — then burning the body and...
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A shooting interrupted a New Jersey high school football playoff game. The teams will get to finish at the Philadelphia Eagles stadium
The last 17 minutes of the interrupted game will take place Wednesday.
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Houston Police Department honors fallen Sikh deputy by allowing officers to serve with their articles of faith
The Houston Police Department has a message for its community: its doors are open.
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The Trump administration granted Huawei a new 90-day license extension
REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke -/File Photo President Donald Trump's administration issued a 90-day extension allowing US companies to continue doing business with China's Huawei Technologies. The US Commerce Department initially added Huawei to an economic blacklist in May, saying the company is engaged in activities "contrary to US national security or foreign policy interests," but has since been allowed to purchase some American-made goods in a series of 90-day license extensions. The newest license comes amid discussions between the United States and China aimed at developing an initial agreement to resolve a trade war that has roiled for over a year. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Trump administration on Monday issued a new 90-day extension allowing US companies to continue doing business with China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd as US regulators continue crafting rules on telecommunications firms that pose national security risks. After adding Huawei to an economic blacklist in May citing national security concerns, the US Commerce Department has allowed it to purchase some American-made goods in a series of 90-day license extensions that it says aim to minimize disruption for its customers, many of which operate networks in rural America.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: 9 items to avoid buying at CostcoSee Also:34 of the most dangerous things science has strongly linked to cancerThis is how the world's 5 youngest billionaires spend their time and moneyA Stanford design professor says switching out 'but' and 'have to' from your vocabulary will help you make better decisionsSEE ALSO: Apple is predicted to beat Samsung and Huawei to become the leader in 5G smartphones next year, even though it's late to the game DON'T MISS: Huawei exec says its 5G base stations perform better without components from US companies, but it still wants to repair its relationship with America
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Matt Nagy: Mitchell Trubisky 'Absolutely' Bears' Starter If Healthy vs. Giants
Chicago Bears quarterback went 24-of-43 for 190 yards, one touchdown and one interception in the team's 17-7 loss to the Los Angeles Rams Sunday night, but that is not why he was pulled from the game...
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‘Demonic’ photo from baby monitor goes viral
An amused and slightly terrified parent recently likened an eerie image of her baby son on a digital baby monitor to “something from a low-budget horror movie” — and Twitter users have since applauded her post with thousands of likes and shares. Last week, Elise Bannister took to social media to share a “hilariously creepy”...
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FCC chairman wants public auction to repurpose satellite bands for 5G
The FCC's ongoing 5G push might set up a conflict with the satellite industry. Chairman Ajit Pai is pressing for a public auction of wireless frequencies in the C-band spectrum (the 4GHz to 8GHz range often used by satellite companies) for the sake...
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Exclusive: New York State Attorney General investigating WeWork - sources
The New York State Attorney General (NYAG) is investigating WeWork, according to two people familiar with the matter, adding to a series of problems facing the workspace provider.
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Myanmar Rohingya: Will Omar get justice for his murdered family?
Three legal developments offer hope to those who say Myanmar's Rohingya were victims of genocide.
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Owner of The Hill newspaper played a key role in the Ukraine scandal
James "Jimmy" Finkelstein, the owner of The Hill newspaper, is not a widely known media executive, but he is one of the era's most consequential. 
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Criminal charges expected this week against Epstein guards
WASHINGTON — Two correctional officers responsible for guarding Jeffrey Epstein when he took his own life are expected to face criminal charges this week for falsifying prison records, two people familiar with the matter told The Associated Press. The federal charges could come as soon as Tuesday and are the first in connection with Epstein’s...
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I have a favorite child and I’m not afraid to admit it
Mother knows best. Or who she likes the best, anyway. Last month, actress Jaime Pressly, 42, stoked the ire of parents worldwide when she posted a selfie on Instagram with her “favorite son, Dezi.” “That’s right I said it. I have a favorite son although I luv[sic] all 3 of my boys with everything I...
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Asian shares soft as trade doubts creep back in
Asian shares started Tuesday softer as another day awaiting clearer news on the progress of U.S.-China trade negotiations weighed on jaded investors' sentiment.
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A new Half-Life game is official, and it isn’t what you’d expect
Valve tweeted to announce Half-Life: Alyx, a game that could be the VR take on Half-Life we've all been waiting for.
Digital Trends | Technology News and Product Reviews
What’s Fact and What’s Fiction in Ford v. Ferrari
The new racing movie plays fast and loose with the facts, but some of its most unbelievable details are straight from the record books.
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Nikki Haley and George Conway spat on Twitter after he calls GOP Rep. Elise Stefanik 'lying trash'
After George Conway called GOP Rep. Elise Stefanik "lying trash," Nikki Haley said he is "the last person that can call someone 'trash.'"       
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Why Google Stadia is a 'leap forward' for gaming, according to its boss
The tech giant's boss Phil Harrison believes its new service Stadia is a "leap forward" for gaming.
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Golden State Warriors' Chase Center: Behind-the-scenes
Radio 1 Newsbeat give you a AAA pass at Golden State Warriors' new home.
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World Toilet Day: The lives of Indian sanitation workers
Photographs of the working lives of sanitation workers in India.
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Kylie Jenner sells majority stake in beauty brand for $600 million
Beauty company Coty is buying a 51% stake in Kylie Jenner's cosmetics business for $600 million. The deal, which values the young entrepreneur's namesake beauty brand at $1.2 billion, will enable "global expansion and entry into new beauty categories," the companies said in announcing the deal Monday.
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Tom Brady's trainer and business partner Alex Guerrero says the Patriots quarterback believes he could play until he's 46 or 47
Robert Deutsch-USA TODAY Sports Tom Brady's long-time trainer and business partner Alex Guerrero recently said that the Patriots quarterback now believes he could play until he's 47 years old. Asked about Guerrero's comments, Brady was a bit more cryptic, saying, "I am going to keep playing as long as I can." Brady has said for some time that his goal is to play until he is 45, but given his success in recent years, no one would be surprised if he continued to push that date back. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Tom Brady is already the oldest quarterback in the NFL, but according to his long-time trainer and business partner Alex Guerrero, the Patriots legend has no plans on hanging up his cleats any time soon. Brady, 42, has said in the past that his goal is to keep playing until he's 45, but while speaking with WEEI's "The Greg Hill Show" on Thursday, Guerrero teased that Brady has already set his sights further into the future.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: 5 things about the NFL that football fans may not knowSee Also:The Patriots ran a trick play where Julian Edelman threw a gorgeous touchdown pass to take a lead over the EaglesThe best value plays in your DraftKings lineup for Week 11 of the NFL seasonThe NFL suspended 3 in connection with the Myles Garrett-Mason Rudolph melee, but people are appalled that the Steelers QB got off scot-free
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Trial may lead to fewer coronary stents for patients
It's estimated around 1 million coronary stents are implanted in patients in the U.S. every year
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Stephen Miller has to go
The release of emails by the Southern Poverty Law Center show that, as many have suspected, the President's senior advisor harbors an affinity for white nationalist and fringe media organizations, disqualifying him from public service.
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Bei Bei the giant panda leaving the National Zoo for China
Washington's National Zoo is saying goodbye to Bei Bei, the last of its beloved giant panda cubs. This could be the end of an era, as Bei Bei heads to China. Chip Reid explains.
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The Didi Gregorius free-agency scenario that can’t be ruled out
When Jose Altuve killed the Yankees’ season with a game-ending two-run home run off Aroldis Chapman in the bottom of the ninth inning in Game 6 of the ALCS, Didi Gregorius was on the road to free agency for the first time. The immediate speculation was the left-handed hitting shortstop who was limited to 82...
New York Post
More 'gun safety' laws aren't the answer to 'gun violence'
The less Trump means what he says about cleaning up Ukraine, banning flavored vaping or fixing gun violence, the happier I feel, writes Robert Farago       
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How to watch the November Democratic debate live online
The fifth Democratic debate, hosted by MSNBC and the Washington Post, will take place on Wednesday, November 20. Here's all you need to know, including which candidates will appear and how to watch.
Digital Trends | Technology News and Product Reviews
Stop Assuming Republican Senators Will Do the Right Thing
This isn’t a rom-com. Enough with the GOP conscience porn.
Slate Articles
NASA picks SpaceX, Blue Origin and more for private moon lander project
NASA has picked SpaceX's Starship, Blue Origin's Blue Moon and three other commercial lunar lander companies to bid on proposals for its Artemis moon program.
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Golden Tate is sick of all this Giants losing
Golden Tate began this NFL season by serving a four-game suspension he felt was unjust. Four weeks spent watching from his home in San Diego while the Giants started their 2019 season. Not playing football — something he had spent a lifetime doing this time of year — was difficult to endure. Yet, when Tate...
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Cop in fatal crash would’ve lost his car under councilman’s safety bill
An NYPD cop who racked up 10 speeding tickets and red-light infractions this year before fatally crashing on the FDR is proof that traffic-cam violations should carry stronger penalties, a city councilman said Monday. Brooklyn Democrat Brad Lander said the Saturday night wreck that killed Officer Garman Chen and left two others seriously injured is...
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Fox files 'OK boomer" trademark request for TV show
OK, boomer. Ready for a trademark application war?
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A new 'Half-Life' game is finally coming out after 12 years of waiting — but the catch is that it's for virtual reality only
Valve The good news: Valve confirms that a new "Half-Life" game is in the works, with a formal debut to come on Thursday morning. The weird part: Valve says that it's a "flagship VR game," a strong indication that it'll only be available for SteamVR, its PC virtual reality platform. Regardless, the confirmation of a new "Half-Life" game ends a 12-year drought for the very many fans of the series. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. In 2007, mega-hit first person shooter "Half-Life 2: Episode 2" ended on a massive cliffhanger, with the evil alien Combine having achieved a massive victory that left the heroic Gordon Freeman and sidekick Alyx in an impossibly sticky situation. Fans have since been waiting 12 long years and multiple console and PC hardware generations since for literally any update on the "Half-Life" franchise. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: People are still debating the pink or grey sneaker, 2 years after it went viral. Here's the real color explained.See Also:How to uninstall Steam games to save space on your computer, and reinstall them laterHow to download Steam on your PC or Mac, and gain access to the internet's largest collection of gamesHow to delete your Steam account permanently, which will erase all of your games and account information
Business Insider
CBS News uncovers possible pay-to-play scheme for ambassador role
A CBS News investigation has uncovered a possible pay-to-play scheme involving President Trump's nominee for U.S. Ambassador to the Bahamas. The nomination of billionaire Doug Manchester was stalled in the Senate when the RNC reached out with an expensive request. Jim Axelrod reports.
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Heart disease trial could reduce the number of patients getting stents
Close to 2 million Americans will receive stents to open clogged arteries. But that could change with the release of a new study. Dr. Tara Narula joins the "CBS Evening News" to explain.
CBS News - Breaking News, U.S., World, Business, Entertainment & Video
Eliud Kipchoge: The man, the methods & controversies behind 'moon-landing moment'
Eliud Kipchoge made history in October by becoming the first person to run a marathon in under two hours. Here's how he did it.
BBC News - Home
An Interview With Asif Kapadia About His Brilliant Documentary on Diego Maradona
The Oscar winner explains what drew him to the enigmatic soccer legend.
Slate Articles
Justice Dept. to Abolish Movie Distribution Rules Dating to 1949
The agency says the rules are effectively obsolete because of technological advancements like streaming.
The New York Times
Nine in 10 NHS bosses say staffing crisis endangering patients
In dramatic intervention in election, health chiefs urge parties to avoid false promisesHospitals are so short of doctors and nurses that patients’ safety and quality of care are under threat, senior NHS leaders have warned in a dramatic intervention in the general election campaignNine out of 10 hospital bosses in England fear understaffing across the service has become so severe that patients’ health could be damaged. In addition, almost six in 10 (58%) believe this winter will be the toughest yet for the service. Continue reading...
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Save water (and money) with this smart home monitor
Between all of our apps, streaming devices, Bluetooth speakers, and energy-sucking decorations, paying for utilities each month can be...brutal. In fact, the average household spends roughly $70 a month on the water bill alone. That number might not seem terribly significant, but when you add it up, that's $840 a year — a pretty significant chunk of cheddar, and that's just for one of your many bills. Pair that with the fact that water conservation is becoming increasingly more important, (especially in areas susceptible to droughts) and being conscientious of your water use is, quite frankly, more important than ever. That's where Flume comes in. This easy-to-install smart water monitor pops right onto your home's water meter and tracks your water use in real time. You can check in on your use through Flume's companion app directly from your smartphone, which constantly gathers and reports the data back to you. If there's a leak or damage detected, you'll instantly be notified so you can quickly resolve the issue. Flume breaks down exactly where your water is going, so you can figure out how to cut back in areas where you're over-using it and save big on your monthly water bill. And, if you've already got a smart home or speaker setup, you can ask Alexa about your water status, use, and budget. Keep tabs on your water use with the Flume Smart Home Water Monitor and give the earth and your wallet some relief. You can grab it now for just $169. Read the rest
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Nvidia and Microsoft launch Azure supercomputing instance
Nvidia is releasing a reference design platform for Arm-based servers today along with a Microsoft Azure instance for supercomputing in the cloud.
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