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The budget breakers that cause the average American to overspend
According to a new poll, Americans admit to spending $7,429.24 over their budget every year.
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Trump lists five finalists to replace Bolton as national security adviser
President Trump on Tuesday announced his five finalists to replace national security adviser John Bolton. The president, talking to reporters on Air Force One during a fund-raising trip to California, said he narrowed the list down to Robert O’ Brien, Ric Waddell, Lisa E. Gordon-Hagerty, Fred Fleitz and Keith Kellogg, who is Vice President Pence’s...
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Roseanne Barr had fat transferred to her butt to look like the Kardashians
She opened up about her most recent plastic surgery.
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Kale-flavored candy canes are not the reason for the season
Forget a lump of coal. This Christmas, naughty kids get kale. Kale-flavored candy canes have arrived to ruin the holidays, thanks to Archie McPhee, a Seattle-based novelty-toys and -candy producer. The company, which has been selling “impractical items” since 1983, announced its new veggie-canes last month on Twitter. The green-and-white striped treats purport to taste...
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Official says U.S. believes Saudi attacks came from southwest Iran
The United States believes the attacks that crippled Saudi Arabian oil facilities last weekend originated in southwestern Iran, a U.S. official told Reuters on Tuesday, giving an assessment that further increases tension in the Middle East.
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Facebook reportedly teams with Luxottica to produce AR glasses by 2025
The popular glasses maker is said to be working with Facebook on a wearable AR headset that will ship between 2023 and 2025, if development proceeds apace.
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Bill Gates says he regrets meeting with Jeffrey Epstein
Too bad for him there’s no “undo” button in life. Microsoft founder Bill Gates says he regrets ever meeting with pedophile Jeffrey Epstein now that he’s accused of donating $2 million to the embattled MIT Media Lab at the convicted pedophile’s request. “I wish hadn’t met with him,” Gates told Axios on Tuesday. “I won’t...
New York Post
KFC is testing a fried chicken sandwich with donuts as the buns
Just when you thought it was time to bring home the troops from the great chicken sandwich war between Popeyes and Chick-fil-A, KFC introduces a new sandwich. And it's bold. The new sandwich features the chain's Extra Crispy™ chicken filet between two hot glazed donuts. If stacking food isn't your thing you can also enjoy the components side-by-side. KFC is also introducing a Kentucky Fried Chicken & Donut Basket meal, which includes the option of chicken on the bone or chicken tenders, paired with one donut for $5.49. If that doesn't fill you up, you can add another donut for $7.49. And if your sweet tooth still isn't satisfied, you can buy single donuts for just $1. Read more...More about Donuts, Kfc, Sandwich, Fried Chicken, and Popeyes
FAA to brief international regulators on status of Boeing 737 MAX
Federal Aviation Administration chief Steve Dickson has invited about 50 aviation safety regulators from around the world to a Sept. 23 informal briefing in Montreal on the status of the grounded Boeing 737 MAX, according to an email seen by Reuters.
Jennifer Lopez’s overalls cost four figures
J.Lo's closet basics are anything but basic.
New York Post
DOJ Sues for All of Edward Snowden's Book Profits
Just when he thinks he’s out, they pull him back in. On Tuesday, the U.S. Department of Justice announced new legal action against exiled NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. The DOJ hopes to recover any profits he makes from the sale of his new book.Read more...
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Fantasy football waiver wire: QBs Mason Rudolph, Daniel Jones assume starting roles
Injuries to several starting quarterbacks lead to a Week 3 run on Steelers' Mason Rudolph, Giants' Daniel Jones, Saints' Teddy Bridgewater.       
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Facebook is reportedly working on AR glasses
Apple might not be the only big tech company working on an augmented reality headset. CNBC sources maintain that Facebook is partnering with Luxottica (owner of Ray-Ban, Oakley and other brands) on AR glasses nicknamed Orion. The eyewear would be a...
Engadget | Technology News, Advice and Features
Saudi energy minister says no urgent OPEC meeting: Al Arabiya TV
There will be no urgent OPEC meeting, the‮ ‬Saudi energy minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman said, Al Arabiya television reported on Tuesday after the weekend attacks on its facilities.
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Fortnite is getting a new alien skin just in time for the Area 51 raid
Fortnite is about to get a new alien skin in correlation with the Area 51 raid meme event. A Fortnite player uncovered the new skin that looks just like an alien with an Area 51 badge on the arm sleeve. 
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Japanese parent company pulls plug on Albemarle & Bond over Brexit
Daikokuya Holdings seeks buyer after branches of UK pawnbrokers were shuttered last week The Japanese company behind the pawnbroker Albemarle & Bond pulled the plug on the business amid concern that its losses would increase after Brexit, it has emerged, shedding light on the mysterious closure of its 113 shops last week.Albemarle & Bond and its sister company Herbert Brown pulled down their shutters without warning last Friday, leaving customers concerned that they may never retrieve their belongings, pawned for short-term cash. Continue reading...
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‘They Videoed His Death’: After a Brawl, Teenagers Gawked as a Boy Lay Dying
Shocked officials on Long Island said the teenagers recorded the fight and the victim’s suffering on their phones.
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Couples in Virginia Can Marry Without Disclosing Their Race
The attorney general said denying a marriage license for a couple’s refusal to disclose their race poses “serious constitutional questions.” New forms include a “declined to answer” option.
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Tekashi 69 to Testify Against Former Crew in Federal Court
The rapper is now a government witness, testifying against his former crew, the Nine Trey Gangsta Bloods.
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How to build a production and recording studio that fits in a backpack
Welcome to TNW Basics, a collection of tips, guides, and advice on how to easily get the most out of your gadgets, apps, and other stuff. Anyone can produce and record music. Perhaps you and a buddy from work have been jamming in the break room and you want to record it, or maybe you just want to sit under a tree in the quad with headphones on and make beats during your free period. Whatever the reason, this guide should help you to build a portable music studio suitable for hobbyists and demo recordings. First a disclaimer: if you’re going… This story continues at The Next Web
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Benjamin Netanyahu falling behind in Israel election exit polls
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s battle for political survival looked ready to continue for days or even weeks after Israeli exit polls released after Tuesday’s election showed the race too close to call. The surveys by Israeli television stations showed Netanyahu’s right-wing Likud with 31-33 of parliament’s 120 seats compared with 32-34 for the centrist Blue...
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Costly Saudi defenses prove no match for drones, cruise missiles
Billions of dollars spent by Saudi Arabia on cutting edge Western military hardware mainly designed to deter high altitude attacks has proved no match for low-cost drones and cruise missiles used in a strike that crippled its giant oil industry.
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CNN Ted Turner: Captain Planet Trailer
Billionaire business mogul, Ted Turner. How every move was all part of his bigger plan to save the planet.
9/11 responder Luis Alvarez’ widow gets Big Apple key to the city
The family of late Ground Zero responder and 9/11 victims advocate Luis Alvarez received a symbolic key to the city Tuesday — and a moving eulogy from fellow victims activist Jon Stewart. “Luis Alvarez represented the quiet heroism of acting compassionately,” Stewart said at the solemn City Hall ceremony Tuesday. Stewart recounted how Alvarez, who...
New York Post
Ex-cop accused of ‘roughing up’ Epstein thrown back into solitary confinement
Ex-Briarcliff Manor cop Nicholas Tartaglione was sent to the "Special Housing Unit" in the federal Metropolitan Correctional Center in Lower Manhattan after getting caught with a cellphone on July 3.
New York Post
U.S. Senators urge FTC to scrutinize multi-billion dollar pharma mergers
U.S. presidential hopeful Amy Klobuchar on Tuesday led a letter by U.S. senators that urged the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to closely scrutinize pharma mergers, raising concerns about the potential harm to customers.
U.S. sues Snowden for proceeds from new book
The Justice Department is seeking to recover the proceeds of Edward Snowden's new book
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Homeowner kills 3 masked teens during attempted robbery: cops
A homeowner in Georgia fatally shot three masked teens during an early morning attempted robbery, deputies said. The youngsters — two brothers aged, 15 and 16, and another 15-year-old – were killed in an exchange of gunfire as they tried to rob the man and two other people in the victim’s front yard at 4...
New York Post
Lyft hit with another horrifying sexual assault lawsuit
Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge Warning: this story contains descriptions of sexual assault that some readers may find disturbing. A woman who says she was raped by her Lyft driver in 2017 is suing the ride-hailing company in California for failure to keep its passengers safe. It is the latest case about safety in the ride-hailing industry, and the latest charge against Lyft, which was sued by 14 women earlier this month alleging rape complaints against drivers. In a statement released by her lawyer, Alison Turkos said in the fall of 2017 she hailed a Lyft after a night out with friends. “What should have been a 15 minute drive, turned into an 80 minute living nightmare,” she said. Turkos says her driver kidnapped her at gunpoint, drove her across state lines, and then raped her along with two other men. Within 24 hours she reported her assault to Lyft, which replied with a canned response: Lyft “​apologized for the inconvenience that I’d been through”​ and informed me they​ “appreciated the voice of their customers and were committed to doing their best in giving me the support that I needed.” However, to my utter shock, Lyft informed me that I would still be expected to pay for the original estimated cost of my ride and I would be “unpaired” from the driver in the future — I’d later learn he remained a Lyft driver. Turkos also reported her rape to the New York Police Department, which performed a forensic test two days after the assault and confirmed the presence of semen from two men on her clothing. According to the lawsuit, her case was eventually transferred to the FBI. (In a September 2018 ABC News story about Turkos, NYPD confirmed the date of the incident but declined to comment on the details of the case. Turkos also spoke to ABC about two other sexual assaults she endured earlier in her life.) Turkos Complaint for Damages 091619 - Final by ahawkins8223 on Scribd Turkos claims Lyft allowed the driver to continue using its platform “for years” under a new name and profile, which she says has put other riders at risk. She is seeking “exemplary damages to punish Lyft for its misconduct and to deter future misconduct, the 30-page complaint concludes. A Lyft spokesperson did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Turkos is one of the few plaintiffs in lawsuits against Lyft or Uber to put her name to the charges. “I have put my face, my name, and my reputation on the line in an effort to be taken seriously — to be heard and believed — by Lyft,” she said. Last year, Uber and Lyft both scrapped mandatory arbitration to settle sexual harassment or assault claims, giving victims several options to pursue their claims including public lawsuits. Uber was sued earlier this year by an anonymous woman from Washington, DC who claims she was sexually assaulted by her driver. And on September 4th, 14 women sued Lyft for allegedly mishandling their sexual assault, sexual misconduct, and rape complaints against drivers. Like Turkos, the plaintiffs accused Lyft of “stone-walling” law enforcement in rape cases, failing to adequately screen potential drivers, and obscuring the true extent of the “sexual predator crisis” on the platform. Lyft has responded by rolling out new safety features in its app. The company said an in-app 911 feature, which it first announced in May, is now available to riders. Lyft is also offering sexual harassment prevention training to all of its drivers and riders. And it is planning to add a feature to detect unexpected delays on trips later this year. (Uber just made its similar-sounding RideCheck safety feature live today.) A 2018 CNN report found that 103 Uber drivers and 18 Lyft drivers had been accused of sexual assault or abuse. Both companies conduct background checks and say passenger safety is their top priority.
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Uber begins mapping public roads in Dallas for its self-driving systems
Uber announced that it'll begin mapping public roads in downtown Dallas this November to support the development of its self-driving cars.
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What is aperture priority? Unlock your camera’s potential with this mode
Aperture Priority Mode may be a semi-auto camera mode, but the A or Av on the camera dial allows photographers almost full control over the shot. Learn how to use aperture priority mode, including a setting hidden in the menu.
Digital Trends | Technology News and Product Reviews
Facebook to train AI systems using police videos
Social media company is moving to crack down on extremist material on its platform, including real violence
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Google’s October 15th Pixel 4 event
Google's next smartphones, the Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL, have been leaked so much -- sometimes from Google itself -- that we're not sure what's left for Google to show off. Nevertheless, we have a date: October 15 in New York City. Expect to see plenty of software features baked into the Pixel 4 […]
Digital Trends | Technology News and Product Reviews
DoubleLine's Gundlach says U.S. Fed will embark on 'QE lite' 'pretty soon'
Jeffrey Gundlach, chief executive of DoubleLine Capital, said on Tuesday that the repo market squeeze makes it more likely that the Federal Reserve will resume expansion of its balance sheet "pretty...
Suspect in $4 million Midtown jewel heist nabbed in Florida
One of the three robbers who pulled off a $4 million Midtown jewel heist last month has been nabbed in Florida, officials said Tuesday. Pedro Davila, a Bronx resident, was caught by local cops hiding out in Pasco County — just west of Tampa — on Sunday night, and is expected to face a Florida...
New York Post
Trump to block California from setting vehicle emissions rules
Administration will declare that states are pre-empted from setting their own standards in a move that will spark challengeThe Trump administration will revoke California’s authority to set its own vehicle greenhouse gas standards and declare that states are preempted from setting their own vehicle rules, two auto industry officials told Reuters on Tuesday.The announcement, which is sure to spark a furious legal challenge, is expected to come as early as Wednesday. Continue reading...
US news | The Guardian
Sarah Thomas is an American badass 
ullstein bild Dtl. / Contributor Nobody had ever swum four straight crossings of the English Channel. Until now. Sarah Thomas, a 37-year-old ultramarathon swimmer and breast cancer survivor from Colorado, made history as the first person to swim the English Channel four times without stopping. Per a report in Outdoor Swimmer, Thomas competed the first three legs in around 37 hours, which is blazing fast by the admittedly absurd standards of marathon swimming. Her final lap took more than 17 hours as she fought off fatigue and heavy currents. Officially, the distance to cross the channel four times is about 84 miles. Given the current and tides, Outdoor Swimmer estimated that she traveled more than 130 miles over 54 hours and 10 minutes. With its cold, choppy water and notoriously variable conditions, crossing the English Channel is often compared to climbing Mount Everest for open-water swimming. A successful crossing must meet several conditions per the Channel Swimming Association. Among them, swimmers may only wear a cap, goggles, and a “standard swimming costume” that is armless and legless with no thermal protection. Food and hydration may only be provided from the support boat with no direct contact. In other words, from a cup or a bottle mounted on a pole. Thomas has had her eye on this feat for more than two years. In August 2017 she set a record with an unassisted 104.6 mile swim across Lake Champlain that took over 67 hours. In an ESPNW profile, Thomas said she had a mantra that she used whenever she was tiring: “Do my arms hurt? No. Am I sick? No. So what’s your excuse for quitting? Nothing.” Considering herself at the peak of her athletic powers, Thomas then set her sights on becoming the first person to complete the four-way English Channel crossing. Three months later she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Thomas underwent a grueling treatment plan that included chemotherapy, surgery, and radiation. With her channel attempt already booked, she swam whenever possible and used that as motivation. “It was really important to have a goal and dreams that existed beyond cancer,” she says in a trailer for the documentary The Other Side. “So that cancer didn’t define me.” In February of this year, just seven months after finishing active treatment, Thomas completed a crossing of Cook Strait in New Zealand. It was a brutal swim that tested her fitness and resolve. As she told Outdoor Swimmer, she had “demons to conquer.” The cancer made her slower and she questioned whether she still had the drive to recover her mental edge. She followed that up with a strong 32-mile swim across Blue Mesa in Colorado that gave her renewed confidence. On the day before her four-way Channel attempt, Thomas wrote on her Facebook page: Yes, I’m scared. The Channel can do a lot of crazy things and for this to happen, we’re going to need some luck. But, hopefully between the preparation I’ve done and the experience of my crew and boat captain, we can get this done together. Everything has to go right when so much can go wrong. We promise to be safe, but I also promise to give it everything I can. I’ve been waiting for this swim for over 2 years now and have fought so hard to get here. Am I 100%? No. But I’m the best that I can be right now, with what I’ve been through, with more fire and fight than ever. The first successful English Channel swim crossing was completed by Matthew Webb in 1875. It would be 59 years before Edward Temme did it twice back-to-back in 1934 and it wasn’t until 1981 before anyone managed three consecutive crossings. Now Sarah Thomas, who dedicated her effort to cancer survivors worldwide, is the only person to do it four times. She is an American hero.
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Saudi Arabia to restore oil output fully by end of September: energy minister
Saudi Arabia will restore its lost oil output of 5.7 million barrels per day (bpd) by the end of September and has managed to recover oil supplies to the levels they were at prior to weekend attacks on its facilities by drawing from oil inventories.
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Is Tinder About to Become the Horniest Streaming Service?
Tinder is reportedly getting into the streaming game with its sights on helping pair you up with prospective dates.Read more...
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Taylor Swift announces ‘Lover Fest’ tour with just 2 US cities
No need to calm down. On Tuesday, Taylor Swift announced what she’s calling Lover Fest, next year’s tour of her August album, “Lover.” Notably, the “festival” includes only two US cities. The rest of the tour stops are international, starting with a June 20, 2020, show in Belgium. The “You Need To Calm Down” singer...
New York Post
Israel election result to close to call - exit polls
Exit polls suggest there will be no clear winner in the country's second election in five months.
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Another parent charged in college admissions cheating scandal
Authorities say the woman was arrested in Spain and is accused of paying money to get her son into the University of California, Los Angeles
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NY vaping community fumes over Cuomo’s proposed flavored e-cig ban
The state’s vape store owners protested Gov. Cuomo’s plan to ban flavored e-cigarettes on Tuesday saying the move will cut thousands of jobs and will force long-time smokers, who used vaping to kick their habit, back to traditional cigarettes. The New York State Vapor Association, a trade group representing 700 independent vape shops across the...
New York Post
Pence upbeat that Congress will pass USMCA trade deal this year
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence on Tuesday said he believed Congress would act to pass a new U.S.-Mexico-Canada free trade agreement this year, providing important momentum for the U.S. economy.
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Get a Free Copy of 'Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (PC)' Right Now
PC gamers have plenty of launchers they can install to play all their games—including Steam, Epic Games,, and GOG Galaxy, to name a few. The Rockstar Games Launcher is the latest app to join the club, and downloading it today (whether you need it or not) can score you a free copy of Grand Theft Auto: San…Read more...
Trump's struggle with Iran policy continues without Bolton replacement
President Donald Trump is confronting another crisis in the Middle East this week without a permanent national security adviser -- a role he hopes to fill with someone who shares his foreign policy views at a moment they appear newly muddled.
We ate the world's spiciest tortilla chip, and and it was absolute hell
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Opinion: These little organisms are saving the coastlines from monster storms. Be nice to them
The catastrophe in the Bahamas shows more clearly than ever that coastal communities around the world are in dire peril from supercharged storms like Hurricane Dorian. I am in the Bahamas often for work and pleasure and I have seen, as you have, the heartbreaking images of devastation in the Abaco Islands and Grand Bahama. The official death toll is 50, but aid workers project the number to be higher. - RSS Channel