Mike Mussina has Hall of Fame question he still needs answered

COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. — There was an almost around nearly every turn. Shortcomings used to identify Mike Mussina’s career. Good, just not great. He never won a World Series, despite reaching the final round of the postseason twice. He never won a Cy Young Award, though he finished in the top-six nine times. He failed to...
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Costa Rica's campaign to end animal selfies
Costa Rica wants visitors to come to their country to look at animals, not to pick them up. The national tourism office is behind a campaign called #stopanimalselfies.
Trump rips Dreamers as ‘hardened criminals’ before Supreme Court votes on DACA
President Trump on Tuesday described many of the immigrants dubbed “Dreamers” as “hardened criminals,” but said that if the Supreme Court backs his decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, he will cut a deal with Democrats. “Many of the people in DACA, no longer very young, are far from ‘angels.’ Some...
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Tillerson denies undermining Trump after Nikki Haley allegations
Former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Monday denied that he undermined President Trump, after former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley said in a new book that Tillerson told her he resisted Trump to “save the country.”
Clock ticking as lawmakers move to avoid government shutdown
Lawmakers (and reporters) are largely in a state of suspense as negotiators prepare for a very big week on the spending talks to avoid a potential government shutdown.
Hilaria Baldwin opens up about second miscarriage
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Huawei is reportedly paying 20,000 employees $286 million as a reward for counteracting trade sanctions
REUTERS/Aly Song Huawei is reportedly rewarding employees who are strengthening the company in the US-China trade war. According to a report in the Financial Times, the Chinese telecoms giant will pay out $286 million in bonuses and double its employees' October salaries for helping the firm reduce the impact of the sanctions. According to the FT, these employees have been helping reduce Huawei's reliance on foreign partners through research and development, and finding new supply chains, essentially helping the firm stand on its own. Huawei has long been viewed as an adversary by the the Trump administration, which believes it could serve as a vehicle for Chinese spying on the US. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Huawei is reportedly rewarding its employees with lavish bonuses for helping counteract the negative effects of US trade sanctions. According to a report in the Financial Times, the Chinese telecoms giant will pay out two billion yuan ($286 million) in bonuses to staff and double their October salaries for helping it circumvent the sanctions.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: How autopilot on an airplane worksSee Also:From PewDiePie to Shane Dawson, these are the 26 most popular YouTube stars in the worldOne of Trump's top tech advisors hit out at China and Huawei during a speech at Europe's biggest tech conference — and Huawei was at the event, tooHuawei's billionaire CEO said Trump should meet him in China because he can afford only a paper airplaneSEE ALSO: Huawei says its all-important Android replacement Harmony might not be ready for years
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Marie Osmond 'chipped off a piece' of kneecap in scary Las Vegas concert spill
No injury will stop Marie Osmond from performing. During a Las Vegas performance last week, Osmond took a tumble onstage and took to “The Talk” to address the situation.
Rapper Lil Reese shot during car chase, in critical condition
The gunman pumped at least 12 shots into Reese's Jeep Grand Cherokee before speeding off from the busy intersection, according to witnesses.
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The Hottest Thing on Oprah's Favorite Things 2019 List
Time to get the top item from everybody's favorite tastemaker.
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Disney+ launch plagued with glitches on first day
Disney+ users almost immediately reported glitches and error messages upon the streaming service's launch at 6 a.m. ET Tuesday morning.
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DACA recipient says SCOTUS decision could "destroy and erase everything"
Supreme Court justices will hear arguments Tuesday in a challenge to the Trump administration’s effort to end the DACA program, which shields nearly 700,000 young immigrants from deportation. Carter Evans spoke to former Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, who oversaw DACA during the Obama administration. He also talked with a student whose future hinges on the courts decision.
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Just in time for Black Friday, some Amex cardholders are eligible for $30 back at Best Buy
Associated Press/Bebeto Matthews One of the benefits of having an Amex card is getting access to Amex Offers. Amex Offers are deals for cash back or bonus points for shopping with retailers like Instacart, Amazon, and Casper. One current Amex offer can get you $30 back or 3,000 Amex Membership Rewards points when you spend at least $300 with Best Buy.  Check your Amex card accounts to see if you're eligible for this offer. If you are, you have until December 31 to make qualifying purchases to get the cash back or bonus points. Read more personal finance coverage. If you have an Amex card like the Platinum Card® from American Express, the American Express® Gold Card, or the Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant™ American Express® Card, you could be eligible for cash back or bonus points when you make a Best Buy purchase.  Offer details If you're eligible for this Amex Offer and add it to your account, you can get $30 back as a statement credit when you spend $300 or more at Best Buy. Another version of the offer gets you 3,000 Amex points when you spend $300 or more at Best Buy.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: A podiatrist explains heel spurs, the medical condition Trump said earned him a medical deferment from VietnamSee Also:How to decide whether to get a cash-back credit cardSee all our credit card reviews — from cash-back to travel rewards to business cards — in one placeThe Amex Green card earns valuable bonus points on travel and dining, but it faces stiff competition from Chase's Sapphire cards
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A doped elephant and bushfire prevention: Tuesday's best photos
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Liam Gallagher review – haunted by his brother's ghost
Motorpoint Arena, CardiffHis band are well-drilled and Liam’s sneering vocals are on point, but there is a gulf between his solid solo songs and the era-defining work of OasisThe chants start early. Barely a moment after support act DMA’s have left the stage, they ricochet off the girders crisscrossing the ceiling: “Liam! Liam! Liam!” By the time the final on-stage checks have been completed, the crowd is losing its collective mind as the Stone Roses’ I Am the Resurrection thunders from the PA. And if anyone can capitalise on such an atmosphere, it’s Liam Gallagher.Loping on from the wings as Oasis instrumental Fuckin’ In the Bushes roars, he does precisely that. Opener Rock ‘n’ Roll Star is the perfect encapsulation of the younger Gallagher’s snotty charm – cocky, aspirational, and capable of delivering the euphoria of its premise in real time – and as he nails its chorus the room comes unglued. Coat on, and with hands inevitably clasped behind his back, he eyeballs the front row with aggro cool, accruing a set’s worth of momentum in five minutes. Continue reading...
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DRIVING THE FUTURE: How the transportation industry is evolving to help save the environment
Samantha Lee/Business Insider The transportation industry produces the largest share of greenhouse-gas emissions in the United States. Data published by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in 2017 show that the sector's fossil fuel-burning vehicles: automobiles, planes, trains, and ships, are the primary culprits. Collectively, they accounted for about 29% of greenhouse-gas emissions in the states.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Amazon invested $700M into an electric vehicle startup. Here's how Rivian is doing exactly what Tesla isn't.See Also:The US could be running on gasoline forever, leaving electric vehicles to China and EuropeMercedes-Benz and Mattel have joined forces to combat gender stereotypes — and to give away 50,000 classic Matchbox carsNew report reveals why Boeing's 737 Max has taken so long to return to service
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Electric vehicles are more environmentally friendly than their gas-powered counterparts, but they still lag behind in one key area: production
Samantha Lee/Business Insider Electric vehicles are lauded as an environmentally friendly alternative to gas-powered cars, thanks in part to producing no emissions on the road. Yet building electric cars creates more greenhouse-gas emissions than producing an equivalent gas-powered vehicle. Studies have shown that to be true in the world's top three markets — in the US, China, and Europe. It's on the major automakers to refine the process of building cars to reduce their deleterious effects on the environment. Some have made significant progress. Read more stories from Business Insider's Driving the Future series. Studies have shown that in the US, Europe, and in China, producing an electric vehicle creates more greenhouse-gas emissions than producing an equivalent gas-powered vehicle. The biggest reason for that disparity is an electric vehicle's battery, which can account for about a quarter of its weight, Colby Self, the managing director at the Automotive Science group, told Business Insider.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: How Porsche makes the 2020 Taycan, its first all-electric carSee Also:The US could be running on gasoline forever, leaving electric vehicles to China and EuropeDreamCase converts Teslas into camping 'tents' by transforming the trunk into a bed on wheelsMercedes-Benz and Mattel have joined forces to combat gender stereotypes — and to give away 50,000 classic Matchbox cars
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Airlines have a vested interest in reducing emissions, but it's not an easy task. Here's what they're doing, and why.
Samantha Lee/Business Insider Commercial aviation generates only 2 to 3% of manmade carbon emissions, but that number is growing, with global passenger numbers expected to double before 2040. As pressures from fuel costs, climate-change-conscious customers, and possible government regulations mount, airlines are working to find ways to reduce emissions, while continuing to grow their businesses and meet economic demands. There are a number of initiatives the airlines are taking to reduce their emissions, but the technology to meaningfully reduce environmental effect is still years away. Read more stories from Business Insider's Driving the Future series. When 16-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg traveled to New York to speak at the UN Climate Action Summit in September, she chose to sail from her native Sweden, generating zero emissions during the journey. Thunberg refuses to fly, to reduce her own carbon footprint, and it's unquestionable that there are greener ways to travel than cruising in the stratosphere on two exhaust-spewing jet engines.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Will Boeing recover from the 737 Max crisis?See Also:The US could be running on gasoline forever, leaving electric vehicles to China and EuropeAirlines are flying tons of unneeded fuel around the world to save as little as $52 by not filling up in countries with higher pricesDreamCase converts Teslas into camping 'tents' by transforming the trunk into a bed on wheelsSEE ALSO: The cheapest private jet in the world can now land itself with the push of a button. We tested the revolutionary new emergency system.
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Viral videos have terrified people into opposing Amazon's plastic packaging. Here's why they're wrong.
Samantha Lee/Business Insider People are getting more and more unhappy about plastics in the ocean. Packaging companies say online retailers are feeling the pressure to use paper-based packaging, such as cardboard, over plastics. But eliminating plastic packaging in online shopping, like Amazon's plastic mailers, isn't the answer. Research indicates that cardboard and paper packaging produce more carbon-dioxide emissions than plastic. It uses lots of wood too. Instead, retailers should look at goods on a case-by-case basis. Sometimes plastic makes more sense, but sometimes paper is the way to go. Read more stories from Business Insider's Driving the Future series. Amazon's tendency to package a tiny product in a big cardboard box has long been a source of confusion. And last year the retail giant's move from cardboard to bubble-wrap-lined plastic mailers invigorated a wave of fury from environmentally conscious customers.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: From free two-day shipping to special Prime member-only deals, here's how Amazon gets you to spend moreSee Also:The US could be running on gasoline forever, leaving electric vehicles to China and EuropeMercedes-Benz and Mattel have joined forces to combat gender stereotypes — and to give away 50,000 classic Matchbox carsNew report reveals why Boeing's 737 Max has taken so long to return to serviceSEE ALSO: Amazon's brand-new tractors have hit the road as the megaretailer continues to threaten the trucking industry
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The US could be running on gasoline forever, leaving electric vehicles to China and Europe
Samantha Lee/Business Insider Electric vehicles' sales growth worldwide has badly lagged predictions from 2010. In 2019, EV sales make up only about 2% of global sales. The failure of EVs to gain sales in the US reminds me of diesel-vehicle sales, which have also been meager. Europe runs on diesel, but Volkswagen's Dieselgate scandal could make EVs a bigger part of the market there. If EVs are going to fulfill expectations, China is a logical place to look for growth, as its market could rise to 40 million in annual sales in the coming decades. But the US could continue to run mostly on gas. That might sound disappointing, but I'd rather see the next 10 million vehicles sold in China be electric rather than fixating on the poor showing of EVs in the US. Read more stories from Business Insider's Driving the Future series. Aly Song/Reuters In the decade I've been covering the auto industry, I've never seen a bigger mismatch between market expectations for electric vehicles and market realities.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: 16 inventions getting us off fossil fuels and into renewable energySee Also:Introducing 'Shifting Gears': Business Insider's weekly transportation newsletterTesla short-sellers have swung back to the SolarCity side of the business. Here's why.DreamCase converts Teslas into camping 'tents' by transforming the trunk into a bed on wheels
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Watch live: Trump to speak at the Economic Club of New York
He is expected to address the state of the economy and trade talks with China
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Why retirement plans aren't matching pace of market growth
A new report shows Americans' retirement savings are not growing at the same pace as stocks, which are again hovering around record highs. Over the last decade, the average 401(k) account balance grew about 124 percent, while the Dow skyrocketed 214 percent. CBS News business analyst Jill Schlesinger joins “CBS This Morning” to offer financial advice.
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Get an Apple MacBook Air for under £800 before Black Friday
TL;DR: The sleek Apple MacBook Air is on sale for £769 on Currys PC World, saving you £30 on list price. Don't let anyone tell you that Christmas is the most magical time of the year, because the November shopping period beats that hands down, for shoppers at least. It's at this time of year that we're inundated with deals on everything from portable laptops to massive speaker systems. It can seem daunting, and that's why we do all the hard work to line up the best deals for you to consider. SEE ALSO: Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2019: When is it and what are the best deals in the UK? Currys PC World has started to drop a wide range of deals and while these are not Black Friday deals, they are sort of a watered-down version. The deals are still really impressive, but not in the same number that we'll expect to see in a couple of weeks time. Read more...More about Apple, Macbook Air, Mashable Shopping, Shopping Uk, and Uk Deals
Militants fired rockets at Israel narrowly missing cars on highway
Militants fired rockets into Israel after the Israeli Defense Force killed a senior Islamic jihad leader in Gaza. CNN's Oren Liebermann reports. - RSS Channel
Goldman will re-check Apple Card credit scores after sexism claims
The Apple Card has been under fire this week after accusations that the bank behind the program, Goldman Sachs, has been discriminatory against women in its provision of credit lines. The New York Department of Financial Services opened an investigat...
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Get a Better Night's Sleep With This Mask and Body Pillow
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This Amazon Best Seller Helps You Get to Sleep
Get some shuteye before fatigue catches up to you.
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Trust Is the Ultimate Human Currency
San Francisco 49ers President Al Guido explains how trust can create a competitive advantage for your business.
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How often should I check my credit report? Once a year probably isn't enough
David Lees/Getty Images Your credit report is a detailed log of all of your lines of credit and credit-based activity, like taking out a mortgage loan or opening a credit card. There are three credit bureaus, each of which create their own report — Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion — and use it to help lenders decide whether you're a good candidate for credit. Credit reporting mistakes happen, though, and they could cause serious problems — like the inability to qualify for financing.  For that reason, you should get in the habit of regularly checking your three credit reports. Ideally, you'd do this at least once a quarter if not once a month. Checking your credit reports frequently puts you in a position to react quickly when and if fraud or credit reporting errors occur.  Read more personal finance coverage. Your credit report is a detailed log of all of your lines of credit and credit-based activitly, like taking out a mortgage loan or opening a credit card. There are three credit bureaus, each of which create their own report — Equifax, Experian, and TransUnion — and use it to help lenders decide whether you're a good candidate for credit. These credit reports can have a significant impact on your overall financial picture. With good credit, you may be able to secure lower interest rates on financing and save money every month. Good credit can make it easier to get approved for the things you need, too, like an apartment lease, mortgage, or auto loan. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Here's how to escape a flooding vehicleSee Also:How to decide whether to get a cash-back credit cardMy free Credit Karma app helped my credit score spike by 50 points overnightPeople say life insurance should cover 10 times your income, but as a financial adviser I can tell you that isn't always enough
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These five banks offer the most sought-after mobile features in the US
Business Insider Intelligence This is a preview of a research report from Business Insider Intelligence, Business Insider's premium research service. This report is exclusively available to enterprise subscribers. To learn more about getting access to this report, email Senior Account Executive Haydn Melia at, or inquire about our enterprise memberships. Citibank, USAA, BBVA USA, Bank of America, and NFCU lead the US market in offering the most in-demand mobile features in 2019, according to Business Insider Intelligence's third annual US Mobile Banking Competitive Edge Study. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:Mobileye and Nio are partnering to bring a self-driving solution to the Chinese market by 2022Square’s continued profitability could help it expand its merchant and consumer businessesGoldman Sachs has created a market-ready robo advisor
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I use Chewy to regularly save up to 10% on pet supplies — it's even known to send personalized pet portraits as a surprise
  Chewy Chewy is an online pet retailer that carries over 1,000 preferred pet-related brands and delivers right to your front door. A key feature is autoship, which allows you to create automatic recurring orders while saving 5-10% on select brands. There is no membership fee or hidden fees related to your Chewy account.  Its customer service is available 24/7, 365 days a year. On top of that, Chewy is known to send its customers personalized gifts like a portrait of their pet. Free shipping is offered on orders over $49. I know I speak on behalf of every pet owner when I say that our pets are members of the family. They have specialized food they eat, treats they snack on, and a bed (ok, ok — multiple beds) they sleep on at night. Having a pet is equivalent to caring for a child who has needs, likes, and dislikes that are specific to them.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:All the new movies you can watch on Disney+ — from the live-action 'Lady and the Tramp' to holiday comedy 'Noelle'My favorite iPhone case just got a major update for the iPhone 11 lineup — here's why it's the only case I'll use10 of the best black Christmas trees you can buy online right nowSEE ALSO: I tested The Farmer’s Dog, a meal plan service that sends your dog fresh food for as little as $3 a day — here's what it's like
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A new paper concludes that hurricane damage is increasing
Replication isn't only about repeating the exact same study.
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Mexico confirms arrests in cartel massacre of Mormon family
Mexican officials have confirmed an “unspecified number” of arrests in connection to last week’s cartel massacre that left nine Mormon women and kids dead. “There have been arrests, but it’s not up to us to give information,” Security Minister Alfonso Durazo told reporters Monday. Prosecutors in Sonora, as well as at the federal level, are...
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Climate emergency: F1's plan to offset 255K tonne carbon footprint
Formula One has announced a new 10-year plan to "change the face of the sport" and become carbon neutral by 2030.
F1's plan to offset 255K tonne carbon footprint
US professor Kevin King to be freed in prisoner swap between Afghanistan and Taliban
Kidnapped US professor Kevin King is expected to be one of two hostages released as part of a prisoner exchange with the Taliban, the Afghan government revealed Tuesday. Afghan President Ashraf Ghani revealed in a televised press event that he had released three Taliban prisoners “conditionally in exchange” for King, 63, and his Australian colleague...
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Record-breaking cold blasts the US
About 70% of the US will experience freezing temperatures this week as an Arctic blast hits two thirds of the country. Follow here for the latest. - RSS Channel
‘I just don’t like them’: Robbie Williams hasn't owned a phone since 2006
The pop star, who shunned mobile phones before the iPhone era, joins Elton John and Werner Herzog in his abstinenceDespite being one of the UK’s most successful pop stars, with millions of social media followers to keep updated, Robbie Williams has revealed he hasn’t owned a phone since 2006.Speaking on football talk show Back of the Net, Williams said: “I haven’t owned a phone since 2006. I’m always on my computer, I’ve always got Wi-Fi … I got rid of [my phone] because I just don’t like them.” Continue reading...
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From Piqué and Ramos to Bridge and Terry: international bust-ups
Sterling and Gomez are far from the first players to have been involved in a contretemps with a teammate on national dutyMost of the time their tongues were wedged in their cheeks, but there were moments when daggers were drawn — and within the Spanish national team there were genuine concerns about the relationship between Gerard Piqué and Sergio Ramos. Rivals for their clubs, they were partners for their country. Except that a lot of the time people questioned whether Spain was Piqué’s country, and that dimension always lingered in discussions of the players’ relationship. It was driven of course by the often bitter battle between their clubs, with Piqué more than prepared to attack Madrid and that tension sometimes taken to the national team. At least — and this is the key — by the comically partisan media. This was the battle for years, an obsession. Not that they ever came to blows, or even close. Often it was a game. Ramos summed it up when he responded to one Piqué remark by saying: “Coming from Iniesta, it would annoy you, but it’s Piqué and we all know it’s part of the show with him.”After one game Pique claimed that “in the directors box at the Bernabéu sit the people who pull the strings in this country”. To which Ramos replied: “They have more to answer there than us”. When Ramos was sent off in a clásico, he walked past Piqué and said: “Go on, keep talking.” Afterwards Piqué insisted it was a “clear red, but they’re so used to referees letting them get away with it”. Very different characters, if perhaps not quite as different as they would like to think, they were actually a brilliant partnership and they got on better than many people liked to imagine. One day when Spain wore white, like Real Madrid, Ramos sidled up to Piqué and said: “White looks so good on you that you’re lost for words.” Sid Lowe Continue reading...
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Streaming wars escalate with Disney+ launch
The streaming wars are escalating, with Disney+ launching Tuesday. It's the latest streaming service competing with industry leaders, like Netflix and Hulu. CBS has CBS All Access and Apple TV+ also premiered this month. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
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Cookie Monster is back as a voice for Waze. Here’s how to set it up
In honor of the Cookie Monster and his birthday, Waze, the navigation program, is bringing back the Sesame Street character's voice for a limited time.
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UPDATE 2-Homebuilder Horton sees 2020 home sales above estimates, shares rise
D.R. Horton Inc topped expectations for profit and revenue in the fourth quarter and forecast 2020 home sales above analysts' estimates, as cheaper mortgage rates buoyed demand from buyers, sending shares in the biggest U.S. homebuilder up 3%.
Israeli airstrike kills Islamic Jihad commander in Gaza home
The Israeli strike killed Bahaa Abu el-Atta and his wife, setting off a furious barrage of dozens of rocket attacks reaching as far as Tel Aviv.       
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The new 'Sonic the Hedgehog' trailer shows off the main character's redesign after fans blasted the original look
Paramount Pictures The new trailer for "Sonic the Hedgehog" is out now. The latest preview of the movie shows a redesigned Sonic after his first iteration was widely panned around six months ago. The movie was due to hit theaters in November, but the criticisms of the original look were so bad that the movie's director, Jeff Fowler, vowed to change Sonic's look, which meant delaying the release until 2020. The new design shows the blue speedster looking much more cartoon-like than the original, with wider eyes and fewer teeth. Watch the new trailer below. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Paramount Pictures debuted a new-look "Sonic the Hedgehog" on Tuesday after its original design was widely panned around six months ago. The live-action movie starring Jim Carrey as Sonic's nemesis Dr. Ivo Robotnik was scheduled to hit theaters this November.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: 9 items to avoid buying at CostcoSee Also:Prince Harry just came face to face with his brother Prince William for the first time since admitting there's a rift between themThe director of the new World War II movie 'Midway' made stars including Nick Jonas and Woody Harrelson visit war memorials before shootingA Taiwanese YouTuber was reportedly charged with indecent conduct after he spent the night in an Ikea, where he undressed and pretended to shower and use the toilet
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Michael Shannon wrestles Jimmy Fallon wearing an 'Alvin and the Chipmunks' onesie
"I have one of those lives where, like, every day is a dream come true," says Michael Shannon in the clip above, as he cheerfully observes Jimmy Fallon buttoning up a very special gift. "Like, I never thought in a million years when I was out playing in the creek behind my house in Kentucky when I was five, that I would someday be on a late night talk show and force a very famous man to put an Alvin and the Chipmunks shirt on." That's exactly what he's done, though. As the Knives Out star explains, he previously told the Tonight Show host he likes to listen to Alvin and the Chipmunks when he's getting ready to go on stage — and after the segment, the show's boss sent Shannon the onesies as a gift. Read more...More about Jimmy Fallon, The Tonight Show, Michael Shannon, Entertainment, and Celebrities
Raheem Sterling & Joe Gomez take part in England training
Raheem Sterling and Joe Gomez take part in England training after the Man City forward was dropped for England's Euro 2020 qualifier against Montenegro.
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Americans support space exploration, but for partisan reasons
Democrats want it for the environment, Republicans want it for national security.
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Investigators found uranium particles at a secret facility in Iran, suggesting a further rejection of the nuclear deal
Associated Press The UN's nuclear watchdog reported on Monday that uranium particles had been discovered at a site not previously declared by the Iranian government, multiple news reports say. The confidential report did not name the facility that had been producing the particles, Agence France-Presse reported, but cited sources as saying that the samples had been taken from a facility in Tehran's Turquzabad district. Iran previously claimed that the Turquzabad site is a carpet cleaning factory that has no other purpose. Iran has been taking incremental steps away from the 2015 nuclear deal to stand up to President Donald Trump's withdrawal from the agreement and increased sanctions under his "maximum pressure" campaign. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Nuclear investigators have found uranium particles at a facility that had not been declared by Iranian government, Agence France-Presse (AFP), the Associated Press (AP), and the BBC reported, suggesting the country's further departure from the 2015 nuclear deal. "The agency has detected natural uranium particles of anthropogenic origin at a location in Iran not declared to the agency," the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the UN's nuclear watchdog, said in a confidential report published Monday, according to AFP.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: We can thank the US military for the smelliest weapon in the worldSee Also:French President Macron dunked on Trump for pulling out of Syria without telling his NATO alliesRussia may have taken Israel's most advanced missile from Syria — and could figure out how to defeat itThe defense secretary begged Trump not to pardon accused and convicted war criminals
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Eye Opener 8: Jimmy Carter undergoing brain procedure
A look back at what we've been covering on "CBS This Morning."
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