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British Beach-Goers Could Get a Bigger Road Through Stonehenge

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Sweden's 100 explosions this year: What's going on?
Swedish police are dealing with unprecedented levels of attacks, in city centres and suburbs.
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Disney heiress says people who are offended by the phrase 'OK Boomer' should 'sit the f--- down and let the kids drive'
Phillip Faraone/Getty Images for Refinery29 Abigail Disney, the millionaire heiress of the Disney fortune, told fellow Boomers to "sit the f--k down and let the kids drive."  Disney, the 59-year-old granddaughter of Roy O. Disney who co-founded the Walt Disney Company, offered scathing rebuke of her generation on Twitter and criticized their attitudes towards younger generations.  "What the hell is wrong with you/us boomers?? When did you get so easily triggered?" she wrote.  "Get over the idea that all things pass, you are old and you need to let history do what history does: move on." Disney has recently come into the spotlight as a vocal supporter of imposing a wealth tax on the super-rich, a measure that 2020 Democrats like Sen. Bernie Sanders and Sen. Elizabeth Warren also support.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Abigail Disney, the millionaire heiress of the Disney fortune, offered a scathing rebuke of fellow Boomers on Twitter, criticizing their attitudes towards younger generations and telling them to "sit the f--k down and let the kids drive."  Disney, the 59-year-old granddaughter of Roy O. Disney who helped co-found The Walt Disney Company with Walt Disney, took aim at those in her generation offended by the phrase "OK Boomer." See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Watch the 20 details you may have missed in the new trailer for 'Birds of Prey'See Also:Disney rides high on its theme parks and 'The Lion King' box office, on the eve of the launch of Disney PlusDisney is adamant that audiences don't want more standalone 'Star Wars' movies, but experts disagree'Frozen 2' is already on pace to smash box-office recordsSEE ALSO: The Disney heiress who has demanded a wealth tax on the ultrarich and thinks private jets should be outlawed finally sets the record straight on her personal net worth
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CNN analyst: Testimony describes opposite of DoD process
CNN national security analysts Susan Hennessey and Samantha Vinograd reacts to Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Laura Cooper's testimony to House impeachment investigators.
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Writer begs for Mets fans’ forgiveness after Pete Alonso unanimous snub
Another year, another Met coming up just one vote shy of winning an MLB award unanimously. The Athletic’s Andrew Baggarly quickly defended his decision not to vote Pete Alonso for NL Rookie of the Year, instead opting for Atlanta Braves pitcher Mike Soroka, who finished second ahead of Padres shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr. Houston Astros...
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Will Development Eventually Make Itself Obsolete?
Nearly a decade has passed since renowned venture capitalist Marc Andreessen famously declared that “software is eating the world.” The subsequent years have proven his observation was a prescient one, and the software developers driving this phenomenon have risen to the top of the proverbial food chain. Now, however, it’s becoming increasingly clear that they, too, are […] The post Will Development Eventually Make Itself Obsolete? appeared first on ReadWrite.
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Navy officer eyed in disappearance of her 5-year-old daughter
A Florida Navy officer is a person of interest in the disappearance of her 5-year-old daughter, who was last seen on Nov. 6, police said Monday. Brianna Williams, who was the last person to see her daughter Taylor Rose Williams, stopped cooperating with police soon after the tot was reported missing Wednesday, Sheriff Mike Williams...
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Alibaba's Singles' Day sales hit record $38 billion; growth slows
Chinese retailer Alibaba Group Holding Ltd's sales for its 24-hour Singles' Day shopping blitz hit a record $38.4 billion, more than U.S. rival Amazon.com Inc's haul last quarter from online store sales.
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New York boat crash kills woman; man is charged with boating while intoxicated: police
 One woman was killed and three others were seriously injured following a boat crash in New York, police said, adding that the driver is accused of operating the boat while he was intoxicated.
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Kaia Gerber attends ‘Let’s Make a Poop’ podcast event with Pete Davidson
Davidson took part in the “insult-packed game show, with celebrity panelists playing for charity and humiliation!,”
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Hong Kong on edge as police fire tear gas at university campus
Hong Kong riot police fired tear gas at a university campus on Tuesday, a day after a protester was shot and a man set on fire in some of worst violence to rock the Chinese-ruled city in more than five months of anti-government demonstrations.
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Man cuffed for eating sandwich on train platform gets an apology
Bay Area Rapid Transit was slammed for its handling of a man who was handcuffed and cited for eating a sandwich
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Happiness through chutzpah: the Norman Podhoretz story
Norman Podhoretz has made it. On Sunday, the pugnacious, proudly boastful and unquestionably brilliant writer and editor received an award named ­after one of a very few men, living or dead, whom he truly admires: the Theodor Herzl Prize, bestowed by the conservative Jewish Leadership Conference and named after the founder of Zionism. His life...
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After Schumer Praised the Retiring Rep. King, Some Democrats Jeered
Another Democrat, Representative Ilhan Omar, had a different response to the news: “Good riddance.”
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The difference between bad weeks and fantasy football busts
Nobody is perfect. Everyone has a bad day. Even studs have duds. But there are levels of badness. Identifying which of the bad is fleeting and which might linger is how you win fantasy leagues. Let’s start with an easy one. Like, gaining just 43 rushing yards on 20 carries. That is really, really bad....
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NFL draft analysis: New No. 1 pick, what Jets and Giants should do
It’s safe to buy a Sam Darnold or Daniel Jones jersey without reasonable fear of wasted money. Maybe the biggest takeaway from the Game of the Weak is Jets and Giants fans don’t have to worry about becoming like the Cardinals fans who bought a Josh Rosen jersey after the 2018 NFL Draft, only to...
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Dad of ‘jeweler to the stars’ murder victim sues luxury apartment building
The dad of slain Hofstra graduate Joey Comunale is suing luxury apartment building The Grand Sutton for letting his son’s killer rent a unit there. Pat Comunale claims in his new Manhattan Supreme Court lawsuit that the building owner, unit owner and two real estate companies were negligent in subleasing a unit to James Rackover...
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Yes, a fair impeachment inquiry would question Hunter Biden
After weeks of conducting hearings in private, the House impeachment ­inquiry is going public this week. But if the Democrats stage-managing this affair have their way, there will be one ­element of their presidential-misconduct allegations that won’t be part of the show: Hunter Biden. Democrats believe that the vice-presidential son’s Ukraine shenanigans are irrelevant to...
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Cambell Scott anchors ‘juiced up’ ‘Christmas Carol’ at the Lyceum
"Like Scrooge, I’m a misanthrope. I’ve lived upstate 30 years.”
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Virginia doctor jailed for 'unnecessary surgeries on unsuspecting patients,' charged with health care fraud
Javaid Perwaiz, a Virginia OB-GYN, was arrested and charged with health care fraud and making false statements relating to health care matters.      
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Navy SEAL rejected from FDNY gets OK to apply after law change
Gov. Andrew Cuomo OK’d legislation allowing Navy SEAL Shaun Donovan to join the city’s Fire Department as part of a package of bills he signed Monday commemorating the 100th anniversary of Veterans Day. Donovan was originally rejected from the FDNY because he missed the application deadline by nearly seven months due to his deployment. The...
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Bloomberg for President? ‘No Way,’ His Successor Says
Mayor Bill de Blasio portrayed Michael Bloomberg as out of touch with Democratic values: “a billionaire who epitomizes the status quo.”
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Deval Patrick weighs potential late 2020 presidential bid: Sources
Deval Patrick, the politician who made history as Massachusetts' first black governor, is eyeing a potential late entry bid for the Democratic nomination.
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Google to Store and Analyze Millions of Health Records
The tech company’s deal with Ascension is part of a push to use artificial intelligence to aid health services.
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NYC’s would-be mayors give the NYPD the churro
You can learn a lot by paying attention to little things — like churros in subway stations. Selling them there seems harmless enough, yet it’s illegal, unsanitary and contributes to the sense of disorder that places millions of straphangers on edge every day. So you would think cops would get mild attaboys for addressing the...
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PGA HOPE helps change veterans' lives with golf therapy
PGA HOPE [Helping Our Patriots Everywhere] introduces golf to veterans with disabilities as a type of therapy.
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How to work out like a badass ballerina in the gym
That babe next to you at the gym pumping hundred-pound barbells? She’s a ballerina, not a bodybuilder. These days, top dancers can’t get by on grace and agility alone — which is why more of them are hitting the gym after they leave the barre. As New York City Ballet principal dancer Sara Mearns and...
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Bolivia armed forces commander orders troops onto streets against 'vandals'
Bolivia's Armed Forces Commander Williams Kaliman said on Monday he had ordered troops to conduct joint operations with police against "groups of vandals."
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Saudi stabbings: three theatre performers attacked during show
Riyadh police arrest ‘Arab’ suspect, with three members of foreign musical troupe reportedly in a stable conditionThree performers were stabbed during a live play in the Saudi capital, state television said, in the first such attack since the ultra-conservative kingdom began easing decades-old restrictions on entertainment.The suspect was arrested after he was seen stomping on to the stage in Riyadh’s King Abdullah park on Monday during a musical performance by what appeared to be a foreign theatre troupe, television footage showed. Continue reading...
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Xbox One test offers 'surprise' suggestions for what to play
If you've ever struggled to decide what to play on your console, you can relax -- the Xbox One might choose for you. Microsoft has rolled out an Alpha Skip-Ahead preview for the Xbox One with a "surprise me" button in the My Games & Apps section...
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Emma Boettcher, who beat James Holzhauer on ‘Jeopardy!’, may face him again
Boettcher, the Chicago librarian who put an end to Holzahuer's epic win streak this summer, won her Tournament of Champions semifinal Monday night. If Holzhauer wins on Tuesday, they will face off later this week.
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11-year-old boy shot and killed by teen brother in Philadelphia: cops
A teenager in Philadelphia shot and killed his 11-year-old brother in the dining room of their home on Monday, a report said. The 19-year-old shot his younger brother in the chest at the residence in the Overbrook neighborhood soon before 12 p.m., according to NBC Philadelphia. The teen then called 911 and banged on his...
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Judge shuts out public from Mick Mulvaney hearing on House impeachment subpoena
The public couldn't listen to a public court hearing Monday night over acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney's House impeachment subpoena, a federal judge in Washington said.
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Assaults on EMTs are soaring — but Blas has no help on the way
Assaults by emotionally disturbed persons on city first responders are soaring — yet the main change City Hall’s imposing is to end use of the term “EDP.” This year has seen 146 EMTs, paramedics and firefighters assaulted at work through October, vs. 129 for all of 2018, The Post reported Saturday. This follows a doubling...
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FitOps Foundation helping veterans transition to civilian life
FitOps is a non-profit helping veterans find new purpose in civilian life through fitness. It's already helped veteran Randy Lloyd, who served in Iraq. He shared his story with "CBS Evening News" anchor Norah O'Donnell.
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Police detain man eating a sandwich on train platform
A police officer detained and cited a man eating a sandwich on a San Francisco train platform, a confrontation captured on a viral video.
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Ex-CIA official: This part of transcript is a critical clue
CNN's Phil Mudd expands on testimony from a top Pentagon official that was released as part of the impeachment inquiry into President Trump.
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How the Doctor Sleep Movie Compares to the Novel by Stephen King
The adaptation is balancing act between King’s books and Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining.
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Kelly’s and Tillerson’s ‘Resistance’ in the White House
President Trump’s determination to break with past policies has prompted outrageous “resistance” not only from Democrats but even by some in his own administration. Former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley offers the latest evidence of that, accusing ex-Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and ex-Chief of Staff John Kelly of trying to “undermine” Trump. In her new...
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US student receives reply to message in a bottle nine years later – from France
Max Vredenburgh says he put letter in bottle in north of Boston in 2010 – and got a response from G Dubois, who found it in OctoberA Massachusetts college student has received a response to a message he threw into the ocean when he was 10 years old.Suffolk University sophomore Max Vredenburgh said he put the letter into a glass wine bottle that he threw into the water at Long Beach, in the picturesque old fishing town of Rockport, north of Boston, in August 2010. Continue reading...
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This new HyperJuice 100W GaN charger could be the charger of your dreams
Image: Hyper Gallium nitride chargers have been getting better fast since they first came out earlier this year — we started with 30W and 45W chargers, then small 61W bricks, then a 60W charger with two USB-C ports, and there was a small 65W charger with two USB-C ports and a USB-A port in September. But now we might have a new wall charging king, as Hyper launched a Kickstarter for the HyperJuice 100W GaN charger — which delivers the maximum amount of power that USB-C can muster under the current standard, in a package that’s about the size of a deck of cards. Here it is, demonstrating a grand total of two USB-C ports and two USB-A ports: It also has built-in prongs on the back that you flip out so you can plug it into an outlet. But... Continue reading…
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The Verge
A conspiracy for fraud at the city Department of Education
City Councilman Robert Holden is on the right track in asking the feds to probe the “deep-seated fraud” at the city Department of Education. Year after year after year, the DOE produces grade-fixing, test-fixing and other “worthless diploma” scandals. A few school administrators get fired, but the same scams continue at other schools. It looks...
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Instagram testing policy to hide likes
Instagram said it wants to create a healthier environment for users. So it's testing out a new policy in parts of the U.S. to hide likes. Jamie Yuccas explains.
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Sports broadcaster Don Cherry steps down after on-air remarks about immigrants
Don Cherry will no longer appear on Canada's No. 1 sports network after referring to immigrants as "you people."
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Colorado man busted hiding heroin in his dog’s jacket
A man in Colorado was caught by police allegedly using his dog to hide black tar heroin during a traffic stop, authorities said. The discovery was made after Aaron Brown, 28, was pulled over by cops in Pueblo on Nov. 4 for driving a white Subaru without legal license plates, according to police. At first...
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Pete Alonso Becomes the 6th Met to Be Named Rookie of the Year
Alonso won the award for a season in which he hit 53 homers to break the rookie record and lead the majors.
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Google Reportedly Amassed Private Health Data on Millions of People Without Their Knowledge
Google has tapped a partnership with a prominent healthcare services company to advance its healthcare software services offerings. But a new report alleges the data being used for the project comes from the health records of tens of millions of people who have no idea their data is being used by Google for this…Read more...
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Formula 1 launches a plan to become carbon neutral by 2030
Formula 1 launches a plan to become carbon neutral by 2030 and will "begin carbon-reduction projects immediately".
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White House's Mulvaney to sue over House impeachment subpoenas
White House acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney on Monday withdrew his request to join a lawsuit seeking a court ruling on whether witnesses must testify in the U.S. House of Representatives impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, saying he would bring his own case, according to a court document.
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