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Democrats are dancing around the real health care problem
It’s politically incorrect to discuss weight. Anyone who comments is accused of fat-shaming. But here’s the truth: America’s expanding waistlines are causing health spending to spiral out of control. Obesity-related illnesses consume nearly a third of the nation’s health-care dollars. Obesity is the culprit making health insurance unaffordable. The politicians won’t tell you that. (Too...
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Police Say 2 People Killed and 8 Injured in South Carolina Bar Shooting
The two adult males that were killed have yet to be identified
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‘We’ll just come back’: Hong Kong protesters push on despite pro-China sweep of pro-democracy murals
Hong Kong protesters defied threats and intimidation from pro-Beijing groups, marching again in a part of the city where they clashed with police.
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Joe Kennedy III launches primary campaign for U.S. Senate seat in Massachusetts
U.S. Representative Joseph Kennedy III, a member of the famed political dynasty, on Saturday launched a 2020 primary challenge against fellow Democrat Edward Markey for his U.S. Senate seat in Massachusetts.
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Iran threatens to ‘pursue any aggressor’ after US announces Middle East plan
Iran responded to U.S. plans to send troops to the Middle East with a threat to “pursue any aggressor,” and an announcement that it is bringing Russia and China into the volatile situation in the region. The comments came less than 24 hours after the U.S. said it would send a “moderate” number of troops...
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New York Giants' Sterling Shepard says he played with likely concussion against Dallas Cowboys
New York Giants’ wide receiver Sterling Shepard admitted to bypassing NFL protocols Friday after revealing he continued to play in the season opener against the Dallas Cowboys earlier this month knowing he had sustained a concussion. 
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DR Congo to introduce second Ebola vaccine
The second vaccine could provide a protective wall halting the spread of the virus.
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4 climate change apps every tech-savvy advocate needs to download
As part of the 2019 Social Good Summit on Sept. 22, Mashable is tackling the climate change problem head on, highlighting the progress the world needs, and celebrating the experts making change happen. Climate change can often feel like a huge problem with few actionable solutions. Just look at the facts: July was the hottest month on record. Eighteen of the last 19 years have been the warmest recorded. And the rate of CO2 increase in the atmosphere is unprecedented in the geologic record.  While it's true that politicians and entire countries hold many of the keys to fixing these issues, there are simple way you can help — through apps. Read more...More about Apps, Climate Change, Climate Science, Social Good Summit 2019, and Social Good
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Space Photos of the Week: Cassini's Sojourn Around Saturn
Orbital images of the planet's iconic rings approach fine art.
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How Vikings Went Into a Trancelike Rage Before Battle
Ethnobotanists have a new theory on which plant the berserkers ingested.
WIRED
Meteor lights up parts of Australian sky
Video shows the moment the sky above Tasmania and Victoria was lit up by a meteor.
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Propublica finds millions of Americans' medical images and data sitting on unprotected, publicly accessible servers
An investigation by Propublica and Bayerischer Rundfunk found 187 servers hosting more than 5,000,000 patients' confidential medical records and scans (including a mix of Social Security numbers, home addresses and phone numbers, scans and images, and medical files) that were accessible by the public, "available to anyone with basic computer expertise." Many of these records were exposed by large commercial technology providers that service doctors' offices and clinics, such as Mobilexusa, while others were operated by individual doctors, some of whom never returned Propublica's calls or took any steps to tighten their security prior to publication of the investigation (Mobilexusa "tightened its security" after being alerted by Propublica). The poor security has multiple causes: insurers write cybersecurity policies without adequate due diligence (in part because the penalties for breaches are generally laughable); medical software companies sell products that assume their customers will provide the security layer, while customers assume that the security comes from those products; the rush to establish electronic health records has yielded up a bonanza of insecure practices that are optimized for improving billings, not health or security; and plain old willful neglect. To all this, I'd add the proliferation of binding arbitration "agreements" that doctors increasingly require patients to sign as a condition of receiving care (I refuse to sign these, which means that I sometimes have to drive to another city to see a specialist; for example, the only pain specialist I could find who did not require this is at USC's pain clinic, an hour's drive from my home). Read the rest
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Trump will steal UN climate summit thunder with event of his own
President Trump will direct a pointed snub at climate-change activists on the first day of the United Nations General Assembly Monday when leaders of 60 nations gather for the annual climate change summit. Trump will be in New York, too — but will host his own hastily organized summit meeting, focusing on religious freedom, instead...
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YouTube won't take verified badges away from creators after backlash
YouTube is backtracking on changes it announced to its verification process following backlash from creators on its platform.
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'Fortnite' heads to Gotham City in new Fortnite x Batman event
The latest Fortnite crossover event is one for the DC Comics fans. Epic Games revealed its "Fortnite x Batman" cash farm collaboration on Saturday, an event that brings a touch of Gotham City to both the game's map and its catalog of cosmetics. Until Oct. 6, Fortnite players who spend any time in the Tilted Towers area of the map will find Gotham City vibes and landmarks waiting for them. The event also includes new shinies to reach for, including Batman-themed character and gadget skins. The trailer is very matter-of-fact about all of this, but the event is live now for you to check out at your leisure. Read more...More about Batman, Epic Games, Fortnite, Entertainment, and Gaming
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Washington Post mocked for comparing Elizabeth Warren selfies to Frederick Douglass photos
Social media pundits scorched The Washington Post for a piece comparing Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s selfies to Frederick Douglass stately portraits. Warren’s penchant for posing for thousands of photographs with fans around the country had “smashed stereotypes” in a similar way to Douglass during the 19th century, the paper claimed. “Have to say that this is...
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Growing divide shows 'electability' question isn't going anywhere
If history is any indication, there's every reason to suspect the partisan divide heading into 2020 will get worse, says Sarah Isgur. She breaks down what that might mean for both sides of the aisle, and says it's bad news right now for every candidate whose name doesn't rhyme with Schmiden.
Politica
Can Elizabeth Warren convince Democrats she can beat Trump?
I've been hearing a new conversation in coffee shops and happy hours around the country. One friend makes their prediction of who will win in November 2020, and the other nods in agreement. But then the voices become hushed as the second person asks, "But do you really think the other side will accept the results?"
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Hong Kong protesters torch Chinese flag as cops fire tear gas at march
Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protesters burned a Chinese flag amid more violent clashes with police Saturday. Cops fired tear gas and pepper spray in an attempt to break up demonstrators chanting “Reclaim Hong Kong!” and “Revolution of our times!” during a march in the Tuen Mun district in the northwest of the territory. The crowd was...
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French court case against Valve may have serious implications for games sales
A French court has sided with a consumer rights group, ruling that Valve will have to change its policies forbidding the resale of games or face a fine.
Digital Trends | Technology News and Product Reviews
Kevin Hart, passengers in car crash prep for lawsuit over vintage ride
The comedian is taking heat from those who were injured in the September 1 crash, including the driver and a second passenger, who say Hart showed negligence for not having critical safety features installed like airbags and safety harnesses, according to a report from TMZ.
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Leicester’s fast start continues as James Maddison sinks Spurs with late stunner
Leicester have not been bashful about their lofty ambitions for this season and there is certainly no need for them to set their sights lower after they emerged from this high-class showdown with all three points. This was a thrilling, breathtaking contest featuring fine play by both teams, an exceptional goal by Harry Kane, two goals disallowed by VAR, a terrific equaliser by Ricardo Pereira and a late strike by James Maddison that can only do Leicester good as they strive to upset the Premier League’s established order again.Tottenham will feature plenty in the highlight of this match but ultimately left deflated, having let another lead slip on the road. Continue reading...
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Ask Engadget: How can I improve my rural internet?
The support shared among readers in the comments section is one of the things we love most about the Engadget community. Over the years, we've known you to offer sage advice on everything from Chromecasts and cameras to drones and smartphones. In fac...
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Trump: Call With Ukrainian Leader Was “Routine,” Biden Is One Who Should be Investigated
The former vice president is calling on the president to release the transcript of his July call with Volodymyr Zelensky.
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Leicester 2-1 Tottenham: James Maddison fires Foxes past Spurs
James Maddison's first league goal of the season helps Leicester come from behind to beat Tottenham in an entertaining encounter at the King Power Stadium.
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Manchester City v Watford, Premier League and more: clockwatch – live!
Updates from 3pm kick-offs in Premier League and beyondLive scores: all the goals from around the UK and EuropeEmail John here or tweet at @JohnBrewin_ 2.24pm BST In the Championship, it’s finished 1-1 between Leeds and Derby, after Chris Martin equalised in injury time. He never meant to cause them trouble, he never meant to cause them pain...over to you, Swansea, who are at Bristol City today. 2.14pm BST It’s all go in the early Premier League game. Related: Leicester v Tottenham: Premier League – live! Continue reading...
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What needs to happen to address climate change?
Monday marks the beginning of the United Nations Climate Summit in New York City. Climate change is the sole focus of a new special issue of Time Magazine, on newsstands now. Justin Worland, senior climate correspondent at Time, joined "CBS This Morning: Saturday" to discuss what must be on our "To-Do" list to protect our climate.
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‘The Rookie’ Guest Star “Exonerated” By eOne After Being Accused Of Sexual Misconduct By Afton Williamson
Without Williamson, The Rookie returns for its second season on ABC on September 29.
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Robert Kraft fired Antonio Brown over ‘threatening’ texts to accuser
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft was “enraged” when he learned of threatening messages Antonio Brown sent to one of the women accusing him of sexual harassment, according to a report. Kraft was on a business trip when he learned of the latest accusations against the troubled wide receiver, The Athletic said. Kraft then decided...
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The augmented city: how technologists are transforming the Earth into theater
Personal computing is wandering outside, becoming spatial computing, the web becoming the spatial web. Can there be experts here in this new territory?
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TiVo confirms its customers will soon see ads before DVR recordings
Photo: TiVo So much for it being an early, experimental test. TiVo has confirmed that it plans to place pre-roll video advertisements before DVR recordings for all customers — even those with a lifetime subscription plan. “DVR advertising is going to be a permanent part of the service,” a company spokesperson flatly told Light Reading. “We expect to be fully rolled out to all eligible retail devices within 90 days.” “Eligible” retail devices are those running TiVo Experience 4, the latest software version. If your TiVo box is up to date, you can expect to start seeing these inserted commercials before your DVR’d show or movie starts playing. But it’s also possible TiVo will extend these ads to products on TE3, so I wouldn’t exactly count yourself safe there. TiVo’s defense of this decision, which many customers are likely to be upset about, is that you’ve got the ability to skip the ad as soon as it starts up. “We’re dedicated to innovation that helps our customers stay in control of how, when, and what they watch. Advertising is an important part of every media business and TiVo is investing in new advertising experiences. We have designed our new DVR advertising units with the ability to ‘skip’ ads anytime a customer hits ‘skip.’ This is part of our ongoing commitment to bring our users the best media discovery experience possible.” The ads might be skippable, but as a video posted at Zatz Not Funny shows, it’s a sluggish transition between pre-roll commercials and content. Customers on TiVo’s forums are reacting just the way you’d expect them to, and there are a bunch that say they’ll quit on the service and hardware altogether once they start seeing pre-roll ads when they sit down to watch something. An email I got after the story broke yesterday is filled with the same sentiment. “I logged into my TiVo account immediately and sent them a notice that if they start forcing ads on me for a service that I am paying for, that’ll be the end of TiVo for me. I’ve been using a TiVo in one form or another since the Series II came out. I currently run a Bolt Vox OTA, a Mini, and an old Toshiba DVD unit.” Some are having success by calling TiVo customer support and requesting that the ads be disabled, though I’m not sure if that’ll actually pan out. Others seem willing to put up with it. “I don’t want that 20-second ad, but if it helps support the company that allows me to watch TV on my time/terms, I’ll bite,” wrote forum user MScottC. “I am not about to blow my own gasket over this. I’ll protest, I’ll email, but I won’t start screaming that I’m dumping TiVo for an alternative, when in reality, no better alternative has shown up over 20 years.”
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The Verge
NFL Predictions Week 3: Full Projections, Odds and Highlightng Top Fantasy Stars
Week 3 of the NFL season got off to an interesting, if unexciting start. Thursday night's game between the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Tennessee Titans was—as has become par for the course for short-schedule games—on the sloppy side...
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Massachusetts Rep. Kennedy announces Democratic primary challenge to Sen. Markey
Kennedy’s bid is certain to divide Democrats as Sen. Warren and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez have backed Markey, who has worked on the Green New Deal.
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Politica
French police use tear gas against anti-government protesters
Paris police said at least 106 people were arrested and 1,249 security checks took place
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Egyptians demand 'Sisi get out' in rare anti-government protests
Calls for President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi to step down over corruption allegations moved from social media to the street on Friday night, marking some of the first demonstrations Egypt has seen since Sisi came to power in a military takeover six years ago.
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Politica
Jennifer’s Body: Misunderstood cult horror film turns 10
Bad "sexy teen slasher" marketing buried this multi-layered tale of toxic female friendship.
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Ars Technica
Holiday nightmare: big debts and bad luck push Thomas Cook to the brink
The tour operator’s banks are demanding £200m. Otherwise it will fail – leaving jobs at risk and customers strandedFor the second time in less than a decade, Thomas Cook is staring into the abyss, facing the prospect of its 178-year history coming to an ignominious close.Just three weeks ago, the tour operator looked to have secured a £900m rescue package – half provided by Chinese tourism business Fosun, the rest by a mixture of banks and hedge funds. The debt-for-equity swap would wipe out of £1.7bn of loans, allowing the company to make its interest payments during the barren winter, when less cash comes in because bookings are low. Continue reading...
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US news | The Guardian
Funeral to be held for legendary journalist Cokie Roberts
Roberts will be honored during a mass at the Cathedral of St. Matthew the Apostle
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CBS News - Breaking News, U.S., World, Business, Entertainment & Video
Misfit Vapor X Review: Simple, unfussy, and very impressive
The Misfit Vapor X watch keeps a low profile in black, but don't take this for an inability to impress. It's among the best Wear OS smartwatches to date.
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Digital Trends | Technology News and Product Reviews
Top Stories: iPhone 11, Apple Watch Series 5, iOS 13, and Apple Arcade Released
Apple's massive launch week has come to a close, with the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max, and Apple Watch Series 5 all debuting on Friday. And as if that wasn't enough, Thursday saw the release of iOS 13, watchOS 6, and Apple Arcade on the software side. Read on below for a recap of this week's biggest stories about these launches and more! Hands-On With the New iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro Max Friday was the big launch day for the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max, and we went hands-on with a couple of the new devices to share a few early impressions. Also make sure to check out our roundup of early media reviews. Customers around the world lined up at Apple retail stores or waited patiently for deliveries to get their hands on Apple's latest devices. Apple Watch Series 5 Review Roundup: Always-On Display Was Much Awaited, But Little Else Warrants Upgrading From Series 4 Models In addition to the new iPhones, Apple's latest Apple Watch launched this week, and based on early media reviews, most people are happy with the long-awaited always-on display, but little else is new with the latest models. Other features include a new built-in compass, an expanded 32GB of internal storage, international emergency calling on cellular models, and new ceramic and lighter-weight titanium finishes. Be aware that Apple Watch bands with magnets like the Milanese Loop may cause interference with the new compass. iOS 13 Released: Here Are the Best New Features Apple this week widely released iOS 13 for all compatible iPhone and iPod touch devices. Update now by going to Settings > General > Software Update and then be sure to watch our video walkthrough of all the best new features and improvements now available. And if you want to cut right to the chase, check out our video sharing eight tips on what to try out and set up first after you upgrade. watchOS 6 has also been widely released, bringing a dedicated App Store and more to the Apple Watch Series 3 and newer. The update will be available for Series 1 and Series 2 models later this fall. Looking ahead, Apple has revised the release date of iOS 13.1 and iPadOS to Tuesday, September 24. In the meantime, Apple has seeded the fourth beta of iOS 13.1 to developers for testing, including builds for the new iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max. Apple Arcade Now Widely Available With 1-Month Free Trial Coinciding with the release of iOS 13, Apple's subscription-based gaming service Apple Arcade is also now widely available in over 150 countries. In the United States, pricing is set at $4.99 per month, with a one-month free trial available. With Family Sharing, a family of up to six members can access Apple Arcade with a single subscription. Apple Arcade launched with access to dozens of games and more being added nearly every day, with no ads or in-app purchases. In addition to iOS, the service will be made available on macOS and tvOS within the coming weeks. Read our Apple Arcade guide for more details. iPad Pro With Triple-Lens Camera System's 'Final Design' Possibly Revealed In line with the iPhone 11 Pro models, rumors suggest Apple may extend a triple-lens rear camera system to the iPad Pro soon. This week, we got our first look at what is said to be the "final design" of the triple-lens camera system coming to the iPad Pro, courtesy of a dummy model shared on leaker Sonny Dickson's website. The triple-lens iPad Pro is rumored to launch in October, but a separate report claims that an iPad Pro with a 3D sensing rear camera will be released in March 2020, so there is some confusion right now surrounding timing. MacRumors Newsletter Each week, we publish an email newsletter like this highlighting the top Apple stories, making it a great way to get a bite-sized recap of the week hitting all of the major topics we've covered and tying together related stories for a big-picture view. So if you want to have top stories like the above recap delivered to your email inbox each week, subscribe to our newsletter!This article, "Top Stories: iPhone 11, Apple Watch Series 5, iOS 13, and Apple Arcade Released" first appeared on MacRumors.comDiscuss this article in our forums
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Asus ZenBook Pro Duo review: The best dual-screen laptop yet?
The Asus ZenBook Pro Duo, with a second screen built right into the keyboard, is one of the most innovative laptops ever made.
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Think the MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar is pointless? These 4 apps make it awesome
Supercharge your MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar with these super-useful apps and tools that add in sorely missing functionality.
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LG Z9 88-inch 8K HDR OLED TV review: The future of television
LG's Z9 is the largest OLED TV you can buy. It also happens to be an 8K TV that sells for $30,000. It's not practical, but it is the future.
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WeWork's Wi-Fi Is Woefully Insecure
The Saudi oil strike, a license plate privacy disaster, and more of the week's top security news.
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'The Dark Crystal' Prequel Is 'Game of Thrones' With Puppets
Netflix’s 10-episode series is very, very impressive and has at least one Muppet-phobic freaked out.
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Extreme-Risk Laws Reduce Gun Violence
Opinion: Red Flag laws help prevent suicides and mass shootings, and buy time for people in crisis to get help.
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