NBA Playoff Schedule 2019: Tip Times, TV Network Coverage and More for Saturday

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DoorDash’s ‘deceptive’ tipping policy fuels DC lawsuit
Washington DC’s attorney general sued DoorDash this week over tipping practices he ripped as “deceptive.” “DoorDash misled consumers, who reasonably believed that their tips would go to workers, not the company’s bottom line,” Democratic Attorney General Karl Racine said in a statement about the suit, filed Tuesday. Racine wants the food delivery platform to fork...
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Puerto Rico cruise ship death; military housing fraud
Watch Part 2 of "CBS This Morning": A court hearing was underway in Puerto Rico for the grandfather of a toddler who died after falling from a cruise ship window. Also, a CBS News and Reuters investigation revealed practices of falsifying reports at the Lackland Air Force Base in Texas as military families lived in terrible conditions.
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Grammy nominations 2020: Complete list of nominees
"Music's biggest night" just announced its VIP guest list.
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Former Baltimore mayor indicted in children's book scheme
Former Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh was indicted in the Healthy Holly children's book scheme.
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Jose Mourinho and Tottenham: A match made in heaven ... or hell?
Two-time Champions League winner Jose Mourinho has been appointed head coach of struggling Tottenham Hotspur, taking over from Argentine Mauricio Pochettino.
Watch Gordon Sondland Testify Live in Wednesday’s Public Impeachment Hearing
According to government officials, Sondland played a major role in coordinating President Donald Trump's quid pro quo arrangements with Ukraine.
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Gareth Bale celebrated with a flag that read 'Wales. Golf. Madrid. In that order' after he helped secure his country's qualification to Euro 2020
Getty/Athena Pictures Gareth Bale posed with a flag that read "Wales. Golf. Madrid. In that order" after he helped his home country secure its place at UEFA Euro 2020 on Tuesday night. The flag was inspired by former Madrid player Pedja Mijatovic's recent comments, where he told El Larguero he believes Bale's priorities are in order of "Wales, then golf and after that, Real Madrid." Madrid has described Bale's actions as "a joke in very bad taste," according to ESPN, while Madrid Sports called the celebration "unforgivable." Wales beat Hungary 2-0 to book its place at Euro 2020, with Aaron Ramsey scoring both of the goals on the night.  Read more of our soccer coverage here. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Gareth Bale posed with a flag that read "Wales. Golf. Madrid. In that order" after he helped his home country secure its place at UEFA Euro 2020 on Tuesday night. The flag was made by a group of Welsh fans, according to AS, and was inspired by former Madrid player Pedja Mijatovic's recent comments on Bale.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: 5 things about the NFL that football fans may not knowSee Also:A 19-year-old scores so many goals he's starting to sleep with his winning footballs, calls them his 'girlfriends,' and says Manchester United links are 'boring as f---'Cristiano Ronaldo reportedly yelled 'what the f---?' at Juventus manager Maurizio Sarri after he was substituted in the 55th minute against AC MilanAn Irish footballer scored a phenomenal 75-yard goal from his own half of the pitch, and it was longer than the furthest field goal in NFL history
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Former Baltimore mayor indicted on wire fraud and tax-related charges following book deal scandal, prosecutors announce
Catherine Pugh, the former mayor of Baltimore who resigned in May amid a book deal scandal, was indicted on charges related to tax evasion and wire fraud, the US Attorney's Office in Baltimore announced Wednesday.
Confederate statue removed from historic North Carolina courthouse
Court ruled that statue in Pittsboro was private propertyCounty official says: ‘Residents are eager to move forward’A North Carolina county removed a Confederate statue from a historic courthouse early on Wednesday, joining the handful of places around the state where such monuments have come down in recent years despite a law protecting them. News outlets reported that a subdued crowd of several dozen people watched as the statue of a soldier was taken down overnight outside the historic Chatham county courthouse, where it had stood since 1907. By dawn, even the base was gone. Continue reading...
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Ghislaine Maxwell is too loyal to Prince Andrew to implicate him in FBI interview, insider says
Jeffrey Epstein’s accused madam, Ghislaine Maxwell, is so loyal to Prince Andrew she would never implicate him if interviewed by the FBI, according to a report. “It is impossible,” a source familiar with Maxwell told The Telegraph of the woman who has been repeatedly named in court filings as being central to Epstein’s depraved activities....
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More than a million faulty condoms recalled in Uganda
Charity takes action after holes are discovered in two batches of Life Guard condoms The charity Marie Stopes International is recalling more than a million condoms in Uganda, after officials raised concerns that they were prone to breaking.The charity began the recall of packets of Life Guard condoms after the National Drug Authority found they contained holes and did not meet quality standards. More than half of the affected products have since been recovered. Continue reading...
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China's appetite for coal power returns despite climate pledge
Capacity rose by 42.9GW in 18 months, far outpacing global efforts to reduce use of coalChina’s growing appetite for new coal-fired power plants has outstripped plant closures in the rest of the world since the start of last year, data shows.Countries outside of China reduced their coal power capacity by 8GW in the 18 months to June because old plants were retired faster than new plants were built. But over the same period China increased its by 42.9GW despite a global move towards cleaner energy sources and a pledge to limit the use of coal power. Continue reading...
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10 beauty trends that should disappear by 2020
Steve Granitz / Contributor/Getty,Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic/Getty Some beauty trends that were popular throughout the 2010s haven't exactly aged well.  Although they were popular throughout the 2010s, tanning beds can be dangerous and increase one's risk of developing skin cancer. Graphic, negative-space eyeliner should be left behind since it's not flattering for most eye shapes or for daily wear.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The 2010s welcomed plenty of skin-care, makeup, and hair trends — but not all of them are worth carrying into the 2020s.  Here are 10 beauty trends from the past decade that should be left behind. Tanning beds were especially big in the 2010s, but they're still not a wise idea. Donald Miralle/Getty Tanning beds were a big deal in the early 2010s, especially since major TV shows like MTV's "Jersey Shore" featured a cast of stars who proudly used them on a regular basis. But tanning beds can increase your risk of developing skin cancer and they can prematurely age your skin.  As Dr. Caren Campbell, a board-certified dermatologist based in California, told Insider, "Using a tanning bed leads to increased breakdown of collagen and elastin in the skin, which causes signs of premature aging [like] wrinkles, sun spots, and broken blood vessels."   There's a reason thick eyeliner isn't as popular as it once was. Steve Granitz / Contributor/Getty Throughout the early 2010s, many beloved celebrities and TV characters coated their lids with eyeliner, but celebrity makeup artist Gita Bass said this trend is better left in the past. "To nail the extreme eyeliner you need both a specific eye shape and precise application or it can look harsh, raccoon-like, and really unflattering," she told Insider.   Glitter is still trendy, but putting stuff from the craft store on your eyes isn't a great idea. Shutterstock In the 2010s, sparkly eyelids were a popular trend — and some used craft-store glitter to achieve the look.  But as Bass told Insider, craft-store glitter has no place in one's vanity, especially since there are so many sparkly, eye-safe products out there. "Our skin is our biggest organ and it's super absorbent, so we have to be extra mindful of the products we put on it," she said. "Craft glitter is not designed with the delicate eye area in mind, and it can be really damaging — especially if you have sensitive eyes." See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:The surprising real names of 14 popular beauty influencersJames Charles will host a beauty-influencer competition show on YouTube where the winner takes home $50,000Here's everything featured in Jaclyn Hill's holiday makeup collection
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Thierry Henry: Unai Emery Needs 'Time' at Arsenal, Top 4 Should Be Focus
Arsenal legend Thierry Henry has called on the club's supporters to be patient with under-pressure manager Unai Emery...
Hackers inject ‘coin-stealing’ malware into official Monero cryptocurrency wallet
Privacy-focused cryptocurrency Monero has warned users that hackers compromised its official website after a coin stealer “CLI binaries available on  may have been compromised at some point during the last 24h. Investigations ongoing,” a Monero core developer said on Twitter. Although the investigation is ongoing, core developers for the project have issued an update confirming that the binaries of the CLI [ Command Line Interface] wallet had been compromised for a short time. CLI wallets are lightweight console programs, as opposed to GUI wallets, which have a graphical interface. Users who downloaded binaries throughout yesterday, and failed to check the integrity of the files, should do… This story continues at The Next Web
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Apple commits to making new media apps for Windows
It seems that Apple is finally turning its attention to its Windows users. A new Apple job listing reveals that the company is hiring software engineers to build "the next generation of media apps for Windows," with the blurb suggesting the company c...
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Video shows cop lied
A Brooklyn man faced serious jail time for driving his car at a cop. But the attack never happened, writes Radley Balko, a fact revealed by surveillance video that shows the cop lied. The surveillance video at the top of this piece, which was obtained by an investigator for [Pedro] Barbosa’s lawyer, backs all of this up. Barbosa did drive off, but at no time was either officer at risk of being struck by Barbosa’s car. But [NYPD officer Michael] Bergman would later tell the grand jury an entirely different story. “The defendant locked eyes with me, turned the car into reverse, floored the vehicle into reverse approximately seven feet,” Bergman said. “As I’m still yelling, the defendant put it in drive, turned the vehicle towards me to the point where I was in between his headlights, and if I didn’t jump out of the way, I would have been under his vehicle.” ... The video above shows that almost none of that is true. Barbosa never put the car in reverse, never accelerated in reverse, and Bergman was never “between his headlights.” Local prosecutors released a list of NYPD officers it considers untrustworthy, police unions are enraged, but that video doesn't lie. Bergman pleaded guilty to perjury and was fired. Read the rest
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Davis Cup Finals 2019 Results: Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic Both Win on Wednesday
Andy Murray produced a fantastic fightback to put Great Britain ahead in their Davis Cup Group E match with the Netherlands on Wednesday, eventually beating Tallon Griekspoor ...
Hedge funds grow bored of Trump's tweets after a barrage of 'rhetoric that didn't pan out'
Hedge fund managers are paying less and less attention to the president's tweets.  "A lot of the tweets turned out to be rhetoric that didn't pan out," a hedge fund manager told Financial News.  Trump's tweets are under increasing amounts of scrutiny amid zig-zagging US policy on China and how it affects markets.  "It's difficult to know to differentiate between truth, lies, and exaggeration," one analyst told Business Insider.  View Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Hedge funds are paying less and less attention to the president's tweets.  "I don't think we really trade on Donald Trump's tweets, for the most part," Said Haidar told Financial News. Haidar's namesake fund Haidar Capital Management manages $550 million in assets.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: A big-money investor in juggernauts like Facebook and Netflix breaks down the '3rd wave' firms that are leading the next round of tech disruptionSee Also:Trump reportedly shelved a ban on flavored e-cigarettes to avoid angering votersTrump hails 'cash' coming from US aid package to farmers caught in the China trade war's crosshairsState-owned oil giant Saudi Aramco is worth up to $1.7 trillion in a new IPO range, setting the stage for the world's largest public listing
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Swine flu vaccine case settled but hopes for legal precedent dashed
Woman says she developed narcolepsy after receiving Pandemrix vaccine at schoolThe Irish government has settled a legal case with a woman who said she developed narcolepsy as a result of a swine flu vaccine.The health minister and the health service executive agreed to compensate and pay the full legal costs of Aoife Bennett, 27, who received the Pandemrix vaccine in school in 2009 as part of a state campaign against swine flu. Continue reading...
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Lowe's jumps after announcing plans to revamp its underperforming Canadian operations
Bruce Bennett/Getty Images Lowe's rose as much as 5% in early trading on Wednesday after lifting its full-year profit guidance and announcing a plan to restructure its Canadian operations. The home-improvement retailer's third-quarter earnings beat Wall Street's estimates, but same-store sales and total revenue came in below expectations. Lowe's will close 34 under-performing Canadian locations and restructure its Canadian corporate operations to "more efficiently serve stores," the company said in its earnings report. Watch Lowe's trade live here. Lowe's traded as much as 5% higher early Wednesday after the company lifted its full-year profit forecast and announced plans to restructure its Canadian business. The home-improvement retailer announced third-quarter earnings Wednesday, posting profits that exceeded analyst estimates. Total revenue disappointed, but shares advanced as the company laid out its plan to improve lagging Canadian stores.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: A big-money investor in juggernauts like Facebook and Netflix breaks down the '3rd wave' firms that are leading the next round of tech disruptionSee Also:Bill Gates is once again the richest person in the world. Here's how he spends his $110 billion fortune, from a luxury-car collection to incredible real estate.17 relationship facts everybody should know before getting marriedGOLDMAN SACHS: Equity traders are expecting an economic acceleration — and these 12 stocks are best positioned to skyrocket as conditions improve
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Qantas said could face a lawsuit unless he retracts tweets identifying a flight attendant who he accused of racism
LOIC VENANCE/AFP via Getty Images Qantas said it would provide support to one of its flight attendants should she choose to take legal action against after the rapper publicly accused her of racial discrimination and posted a photo of her on Twitter. "Absent a retraction, and if the crew member wanted to take the matter further, we'd certainly be willing to provide legal support for them to do this," a spokesperson for the airline told CNN. The rapper told his 12.8 million Twitter followers that he and his friends were singled out by the "#RacistFlightattendant" during a trip from Brisbane to Sydney. "I'm sorry to say me and my group have experienced the worse service due to an overly aggressive flight attendant. I don't want to believe she racist but she clearly aimed all her frustrations at the people of color only," he wrote. He claims the incident took place after he failed to hear a routine PA announcement, which advised passengers to store electronics. Representatives for Qantas and did not immediately respond to Insider's requests for comment.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Qantas says it will support once of its flight attendants should she choose to take legal action against after the rapper publicly accused her of racial discrimination and posted a photo of her on Twitter. A spokesperson for the Australian airline told CNN: "Absent a retraction, and if the crew member wanted to take the matter further, we'd certainly be willing to provide legal support for them to do this."See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: 9 items to avoid buying at CostcoSee Also:Emilia Clarke says she's been pressured to perform nude scenes so she doesn't disappoint 'Game of Thrones' fansLana Del Rey sang 'my vape is killing me' while holding her throat during a performance of 'Cinnamon Girl'Matthew Perry shared a meme comparing Chandler's dance moves to Joaquin Phoenix's in 'Joker': 'You're welcome'
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Hightligts: Protesters in a Hong Kong university search for escape route
The last band of anti-government protesters trapped inside a besieged Hong Kong university were weighing a narrowing range of options on Wednesday as police outside appeared ready to simply wait them out.
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Iran rocked by deadly protests
The government's sudden move on Saturday to hike gas prices brought angry Iranians out into the streets, and at least three people have been killed.
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Microsoft is bringing Gmail, Google Drive, and Calendar to
Microsoft is planning to integrate Gmail, Google Drive, and Google Calendar into its web mail client. The software maker has started testing this integration on some accounts recently, and Twitter user Florian B was able to access it today. After a quick setup process, you simply link a Google Account to an account, and Gmail, Drive documents, and Google Calendar will all be automatically displayed inside on the web. It looks very similar to how Outlook for iOS and Android work, with separate inboxes and side-by-side integration in the calendar. We haven’t been able to test the integration on our own accounts at The Verge, but Florian reveals that it seems to be an early test as you can’t... Continue reading…
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Andy Murray digs deep to give Great Britain winning Davis Cup start
• Murray defeats Tallon Griekspoor 6-7 (7) , 6-4, 7-6 (5)• England lead Netherlands 1-0 after first group gameAndy Murray returned to Davis Cup competition after three years away against a young Dutchman who admits punctuality is not his strong point. But Tallon Griekspoor, 179 in the world, certainly turned up on time on Wednesday to worry the life out of the his childhood hero before succumbing in three sets of the highest quality.Murray had to soak up 23 aces in grinding out a 6-7 (7) , 6-4, 7-6 (5) win in nearly three hours against a 23-year-old clay-courter from the Challenger Tour. Continue reading...
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Considering a New Office? This Open Layout and Dog-Friendly Space Fosters Creativity.
This design can help increase collaboration and create a healthy office culture.
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20 Skills to Learn Now and Hit the Ground Running in 2020
If you want to make a change in your professional life, take advantage of the time off this holiday season by learning a new skill.
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8 not-so-obvious signs you're in a toxic workplace and need to make a change — or get out
Morsa Images/Getty Images If appreciation is absent, accountability is elusive at best, there's a raving lunatic of a boss, and everyone's on LinkedIn during work, you might be stuck in a toxic workplace. There are also quieter signs that can tip you off to toxic workplace culture, according to Scott Mautz, the author of "Find the Fire" and "Make it Better." If employees don't share their thoughts during meetings or respectfully dissent, changes in the workplace should be made. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Anyone can spot the obvious signs of a toxic workplace — appreciation is absent, accountability is elusive at best, there's a raving lunatic of a boss, everyone's on LinkedIn during work. But what if the signs of toxicity are far more subtle? Might you be leading, working in, or about to enter an environment that is quietly rotting from the inside? Leaders need to be able to spot toxic undertones of a workplace so they can address them (unless they're what makes it toxic). Employees need to be able to identify a corrosive environment so they can avoid or leave it, or know how to contribute to solutions to fix it. I've experienced enough workplace environments over a 30-plus-year career and interviewed enough uninspired employees (in doing research for "Find the Fire") to know how to spot even the quieter signs of not-so-great cultures. Watch out for these eight subtle symptoms so you know what you're getting yourself into, or what you need to get out of.1. You find out people's true thoughts in the meeting after the meeting Getty Images This used to drive me nuts. You'd be in a meeting with a broad group of people where a decision was to be made or something important was on the agenda. No one would say much of anything or they'd say a whole lot of nothing. Then came the meeting after the meeting, where several people who were in attendance at the prior meeting huddle to talk about what they really think or to bash the decision made that they didn't speak up about. 2. There's too little dissension 10'000 Hours/Getty Images This one is related to the above but refers to team meetings where the boss is met with very little pushback or where very few people even speak. Do you know of any scenario where a team leader holding a soliloquy is a sign of a healthy team? Of course not. It's a sign that people don't feel free to speak their minds to an overbearing boss. 3. Only one type of person gets promoted Aston Villa /Getty Images Maybe those promoted are all cut from the same cloth as the boss who does the promoting or maybe it's only those who are shameless self-promoters. Whatever the case, it's a sign that bias runs rampant, the wrong things are valued, and that diversity is ignored. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:10 signs an employee is in the wrong role and could be on the verge of quittingAdam Grant says that focusing on kindness rather than achievements can lead to more caring and successful children10 fears you need to let go of to move forward in your lifeSEE ALSO: 10 signs an employee is in the wrong role and could be on the verge of quitting
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These banks offer the most desirable mobile features across categories
Business Insider Intelligence Business Insider Intelligence is announcing the US banks that earned the No 1 spot for offering the most desirable mobile banking features in each category of our 2019 US Mobile Banking Competitive Edge Study, a research report available exclusively to enterprise subscribers. This announcement follows a previous note that examined the top five banks in terms of overall scores. To learn more about getting access to this report, email Senior Account Executive Haydn Melia at, or inquire about our enterprise memberships. To help banks attract and retain the large base of mobile-oriented customers, our 2019 US Mobile Banking Competitive Edge Study selected 37 sought-after mobile banking capabilities — 18 of which were added to the study this year — and ranked them according to how valuable 2,000 respondents said they are. Next, we determined which of the top 20 US banks and credit unions lead in offering the mobile banking features customers crave. Our study highlighted six important categories of mobile banking features that are key for banks to differentiate on to attract customers: security and control, account management, digital money management, alerts, transfers, and customer service. Each of the categories was weighted based on the percentage of respondents who said it would be "extremely valuable" if a bank offered the features in the category.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:A genetic testing firm launched an atrial fibrillation research app on Apple devicesA proposed German law would require Apple to enable third parties to use its NFC technologyThe UK Labour Party plans to nationalize British Telecom
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Ghislaine Maxwell compared to James Bond character who will never be found
Prince Andrew’s socialite ex on Wednesday compared Jeffrey Epstein’s accused madam, Ghislaine Maxwell, to a James Bond character — and predicted she will never be found. Lady Victoria Hervey, 43, revealed on UK TV that fellow socialite Maxwell had first introduced her to the royal in 1999, sparking a brief romance. The friendship also led...
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Todd McShay 2020 NFL Draft Big Board: Chase Young, Joe Burrow Top Rankings
Ohio State defensive end Chase Young maintained the No. 1 ranking on ESPN NFL draft expert Todd McShay's 2020 big board released Wednesday...
School district uses virtual reality to show how bullying feels
Students are seeing what it feels like to be bullied through 360-degree videos that put them in someone else's shoes
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All-women Hasidic EMT group denied bid for ambulance in Brooklyn
An all-women Hasidic EMT group was denied an application on Tuesday to operate an ambulance in Brooklyn, according to a new report. The group, Ezras Nashim, sought to serve female clientele within a two-square-mile area in the predominately Orthodox Borough Park neighborhood. But on Tuesday night, the Regional EMS Council of NYC denied their bid...
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NASA finds 'extraterrestrial sugar' on meteorites, which may have 'led to the origin of life'
It's common for asteroids in the Solar System to carry water, one of the essential building blocks for life. But now, NASA researchers have found sugar molecules on two different meteorites, adding credence to the idea that asteroids play a crucial role in supporting life.
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COPA90: Derby Days - Southampton vs. Portsmouth
In this COPA90 piece, Eli Mengem explores why there is such animosity between Southampton and Portsmouth despite the fact they rarely play each other.
Scientists recorded the sound of Earth's magnetic field during a solar storm for the first time — and it sounds like eerie chirps
Vlasiator team, University of Helsinki Earth's molten, rotating inner core generates a magnetic field around the planet. This magnetic field, or magnetosphere, protects us from solar winds and radiation. The European Space Agency just released a new video that reveals what our planet's electromagnetic waves sounds like when hit by solar wind. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. In space, no one can hear you scream because sound can't travel in a vacuum. But if we convert electromagnetic activity into sound, space suddenly becomes a very noisy place. Our Earth is no exception; specifically, in and around the magnetic field generated by Earth's molten core. This barrier, called a magnetosphere, is thought to be one of the vital ingredients for a life-supporting planet, because it protects us from the harsh radiation of the solar wind. And the stronger the wind, the louder the magnetosphere sings.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Earth's north magnetic pole is on the move — here's what will happen when our poles flipSee Also:What if the Earth stopped orbiting the Sun?Here's what you're actually seeing when you spot a meteor showerHere's where you should really go to stay safe during an earthquakeSEE ALSO: Earth's magnetic north pole is moving too fast for experts to keep up. Now scientists might know why. SEE ALSO: Earth's north magnetic pole has moved — here's what that means for our navigation systems
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The best home design gifts for 2019
Italian job The psychedelic patterns of this glass bowl are created using an age-old technique, masterfully practiced by artisans on the legendary Italian island of Murano. No two are exactly alike. Twist and spout Stylishly and swiftly dispense of what’s standing between you and a gorgeous glass of Barolo. Blue crush Sweet dreams are made...
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Telecom giant BT, universities cut ties with scandal-plagued Prince Andrew
A massive telecommunications firm along with three Australian universities — have severed ties with organizations linked to Prince Andrew following the royal’s ill-fated BBC interview, according to new reports. The UK-based, multinational firm BT confirmed to The Guardian Wednesday that it would not work with the Inspiring Digital Enterprise Award (iDEA) — which helps participants...
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Trump "probably" won't testify, White House adviser Pam Bondi says
Former Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi joined the White House communications team to work on impeachment messaging
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Amnesty International says more than 100 killed in Iran protests
The Iranian regime has cut internet and phone lines, making figures impossible to confirm, but they call reports of mass casualties "disinformation"
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Legal & General to build 3,000 affordable homes per year
UK insurer agrees tie-up with 14 housing associations in attempt to ease property crisisThe UK insurer Legal & General has teamed up with 14 housing associations to build 3,000 affordable homes annually, as official figures show a 22% rise in the number of affordable homes delivered in England in the past year.The insurance and pensions firm set up an affordable housing business in April 2018 and has built up a pipeline of 3,500 homes to be constructed over several years. Continue reading...
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DHS plan to shoot down drones near airports worries 2 key lawmakers
The Department of Homeland Security recently put forth a plan that would allow for shooting down drones near US airports, angering Republican lawmakers, who argued that it is "irresponsible" and exceeds the department's authority.
Former Treasury Dept chief to IRS: Audit the rich
Cracking down on the wealthiest Americans could net an extra $100 billion a year in taxes, he says
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Hong Kong students' sewer escape thwarted
Some anti-government protesters trapped inside a Hong Kong university on Wednesday tried to flee through the sewers, where one student said she saw snakes, but firemen prevented further escape bids by blocking a manhole into the system.
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Bird's first non-electric scooter is made for kids
Bird is making a traditional kick-powered scooter for kids. The California-based startup, which has flooded countless cities with dockless electric scooters, will sell its child-friendly Birdie for $129 throughout the holiday season. The vehicle come...
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Lufthansa: We'll use the next seven days to try to solve wage dispute
Lufthansa said on Wednesday it would use the next seven days to try to reach a solution in a wage dispute with employees after trade union UFO said it would announce strikes if the airline does not make concessions.