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Convicted DC priest says he was ‘too busy’ to abuse parishioners
Urbano Vazquez submitted a nine-page written letter to a judge ahead of his Friday sentencing asking for mercy at his sentencing and maintaining his innocence.
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Jilmar Ramos-Gomez, Marine veteran detained by ICE, sues federal government for $1M
A decorated Marine veteran and US citizen who faced possible deportation in Michigan last year is now suing the federal government for $1 million over the wrongful detention, his attorneys said. Jilmar Ramos-Gomez, who was born in Grand Rapids and served in Afghanistan, was arrested Nov. 21, 2018, for allegedly breaking into a hospital, setting...
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Tesla should shut off ‘Autopilot’ that lets drivers snooze: senator
A US senator pressed Tesla Wednesday to shut down its so-called Autopilot system until it can prevent drivers from falling asleep at the wheel. Tesla owners can trick the driver-assistance tool by simply wedging an object into the steering wheel — potentially allowing them to snooze on the road, Sen. Ed Markey said. The Massachusetts...
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Colorado District Closes All 46 Schools to Stop Spread of ‘Extremely Contagious Virus’
The Mesa County Valley School District 51 plans to keep all 46 of its schools closed on Thursday and Friday.
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Day 5, Part 4: Fiona Hill's opening statement
Fiona Hill, a former senior director on Russia at the National Security Council, pushed back Thursday against the unfounded theory that Ukrainian officials sought to interfere in the 2016 election, and said the Russian government spreads disinformation by operating "like a Super PAC." Watch her opening statement in the fifth day of public impeachment hearings.
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Al Gore compares climate crisis to 9/11, praises Green New Deal
Former Vice President Al Gore called climate change “the life and death struggle of people alive today,” comparing it to 9/11, Pearl Harbor and such World War II battles as Dunkirk and Midway.
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‘Entourage’ star Kevin Dillon finalizes divorce from Jane Stuart
They were married for 10 years.
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Hill: Russia gearing up to interfere in 2020 election
Fiona Hill, a former top White House official, offers a strong pushback to the claims that Ukraine may have interfered in the 2016 election.
The Durban delicacy born out of the Indian diaspora
Bunny chow is a dish of Indian origin, made uniquely African. In the self-declared capital of African curry, Durban's claim on the dish runs deep.
Famed economist David Rosenberg lays out the evidence that recession risks are alive and well — and warns a 'state of denial' has gripped the market
The details of the most recent report on US retail sales show that consumer spending — the economy's biggest driver — is not as resilient as it seems on the surface, according to David Rosenberg.  In an op-ed for Business Insider, the Gluskin Sheff chief economist laid out the most concerning areas. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. That's me in the corner That's me in the spotlightSee 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:GOLDMAN SACHS: Equity traders are expecting an economic acceleration — and these 12 stocks are best positioned to skyrocket as conditions improveA fund manager who's crushing nearly all of his peers breaks down his unique strategy for continuing to outperform during a market crashI'm a markets quant and former Goldman Sachs partner. Here's how to trade Trump and global politics into year-end.SEE ALSO: One of Wall Street's top tech analysts explains why it's time for Uber's stock to be inducted into the elite FANG group
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Why the Kardashians were mentioned at today’s impeachment hearing
The Kardashians got an unlikely mention during the impeachment hearings on Thursday — as a top US diplomat detailed a conversation he overheard between a colleague and President Trump about A$AP Rocky. David Holmes, a political counselor to the US ambassadors in Ukraine, said Gordon Sondland, the US Ambassador to the European Union, and the...
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'It's life or death for us': A group of McDonald's employees filed a lawsuit accusing the chain of failing to protect workers from violence in restaurants
Reuters A group of McDonald's employees in Chicago has filed a lawsuit against the chain, they announced in a Thursday press release. The lawsuit, filed Thursday by 17 Chicago-area employees who are backed by the labor group Fight for $15, alleges that there is a "citywide and nationwide pattern" of violence in McDonald's stores and argues that profit-focused corporate decisions are compromising workers' safety.  "The incidents described in this complaint are not random or unforeseeable," the suit argues. "Rather, they are part of a citywide and nationwide pattern at McDonald's restaurants. Further, they are the result of choices made by McDonald's that undermine safety." "McDonald's takes seriously its responsibility to provide and foster a safe working environment for our employees, and along with our franchisees, continue to make investments in training programs that uphold safe environments for customers and crew members. In addition to training, McDonald's maintains stringent policies against violence in our restaurants," the company said in a statement. Sign up for Business Insider's retail newsletter, The Drive-Thru. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. A group of 17 Chicago-area McDonald's workers backed by the labor group Fight for $15 filed a lawsuit against the chain on Thursday, accusing the company of being negligent when it comes to the safety of workers in its stores.  The lawsuit focuses on 13 McDonald's restaurants in the Chicago area, both corporate- and franchise-owned, and alleges that the company is aware of security issues that workers face and has made decisions that jeopardize their safety. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Hugh Hefner's Playboy empire became an iconic part of pop culture, but struggled to keep up. Here's what led to the company's rise and fall.See Also:Inside the new McDonald's CEO's quest to win over the massive fast-food giant after his predecessor's shocking exitInside the chaotic aftermath of the McDonald's CEO's shocking termination and his replacement's quest to win over workersI tried keto meals from 5 fast-food chains and found there was a huge variety in what you can getSEE ALSO: McDonald's worker says in a $5 million lawsuit that a manager pinned her against a wall in a freezer and assaulted her
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WeWork says to layoff 2,400 employees globally
WeWork said on Thursday it is laying off around 2,400 employees globally, as the office-sharing company seeks to drastically cut costs and stabilize its business after it transformed from being a Wall Street darling into a pariah in a matter of weeks.
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WeWork lays off 2,400 employees
Reuters Embattled office-sharing startup WeWork confirmed on Thursday that it had cut 2,400 jobs in a round of layoffs following its failed IPO attempt. WeWork began to meet with employees to announce the layoffs Thursday morning at 10 AM, a source familiar with the matter told Business Insider.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: How autopilot on an airplane worksSee Also:Silicon Valley is just realizing that profitable companies are wise investments, but Austin-based Next Coast Ventures has a $130 million head-start in its second fundWeWork layoffs began on Monday, sources say, with one person calling it a 'small mercy'Read the leaked email from WeWork's chairman telling employees that layoffs will begin 'in earnest' this week
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Trump says Navy SEAL Edward Gallagher won’t lose commando unit pin
Days after pardoning a US Navy SEAL convicted of posing for a photo with the corpse of an ISIS fighter, President Trump on Thursday said he would not allow the chief petty officer to be stripped of his Trident Special Warfare pin. “The Navy will NOT be taking away Warfighter and Navy Seal Eddie Gallagher’s...
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He overheard Sondland call Trump. This is what was said
In his opening statement, David Holmes, counselor for political affairs at the US Embassy in Ukraine, describes overhearing a phone call between President Trump and Ambassador Gordon Sondland during a lunch meeting. - RSS Channel
I tasted every cheesecake at The Cheesecake Factory in one sitting and found there can be too much of a good thing
My local Cheesecake Factory has 33 flavors on its menu and I decided to try them all in one sitting.  In about two and a half hours I had devoured at least one heaping bite of every single flavor. The cheesecakes were delicious and beautiful but by the end, I felt kind of nauseous and I had a headache from eating so much sugar. I learned that you can definitely have too much of a good thing — but I still wanted more cheesecake the next day.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. With over 30 cheesecakes on the menu, a trip to The Cheesecake Factory can be overwhelming in the best way. And instead of choosing just one slice, I decided to taste every single flavor that the chain offers. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: A 45-year-long study discovered trends in successful hyper-intelligent childrenSee Also:I tried every single breakfast at McDonald's and ranked them from worst to bestPhiladelphia was named the best city to visit in 2020. Here are the best things to eat there, according to a local.Interior designers reveal the 10 biggest mistakes people make when decorating a living room
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Coldplay postpones new album tour over carbon footprint concerns
The band is going from "Yellow" to "green."
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Holmes says he heard Trump ask Sondland about "investigation"
David Holmes, a U.S. State Department official in Ukraine, described during his testimony on Thursday the call he overheard between Ambassador Gordon Sondland and President Trump. According to Holmes, he sat "directly accross" from Sondland during the call, and "the president's voice was loud and recognizable." Holmes said he heard Mr. Trump ask Sondland if the Ukrainian president "was gonna do the investigation?" to which he says Sondland responded: "He's gonna do it."
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Justice Department watchdog to release report on Russia probe Dec 9
The U.S. Justice Department's internal watchdog said he expects to be able to release on Dec. 9 a long-awaited report on the origins of investigations into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
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Two-Year-Old Girl Killed in Shooting at Her Home Outside St. Louis
Police say the investigation is ongoing
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Janelle Monáe stars in trailer for slavery horror movie 'Antebellum'
Everything about the Antebellum teaser is so unsettling. From the producers of Get Out and Us, Antebellum appears to be another deeply horrifying movie that touches on the United States' history of violent racism. It's hard to glean the full story from this trailer, but it appears that there's a potentially paranormal family enslaving black people to reenact the brutal and despicable setting of the antebellum South, a period where slavery was rampant before the American Civil War. Or maybe it's about connecting the experiences of people in the past with people in the present. Starring Janelle Monáe, Antebellum arrives in 2020. Read more...More about Movies, Antebellum, Entertainment, and Movies Tv Shows
The most powerful Ultimate Ears speaker is on sale for Black Friday
TL;DR: The Ultimate Ears Megablast speaker is on sale for £156.08 on Amazon, saving you 42% on list price. TVs, consoles, games, and laptops have already fallen victim to the Amazon "Countdown to Black Friday Sale," and now it's the turn of speakers. You can save on a wide range of quality devices from Ultimate Ears, with something for every budget. We recommend checking out the complete lineup of devices for the best deals, but if that seems like far too much trouble, we can point you in the right direction. SEE ALSO: Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2019: When is it and what are the best deals in the UK? Read more...More about Speakers, Ultimate Ears, Mashable Shopping, Shopping Uk, and Uk Deals
Busy Philipps talks Marvel movies and essential travel tips
Busy Philipps lives for spontaneous moments. The actress, writer, director, and producer adores traveling, and though she's never been much of a planner she firmly believes that last-minute decision making can be the key to a successful trip. In an effort to inspire the meticulous planners of the world to let loose and give their evergrowing to-do lists a rest, Philipps has teamed up with HotelTonight for a holiday campaign that promises to fly five of "America’s Biggest Planners" far out of their comfort zones. Philipps shared details of the campaign with Mashable, along with some essential travel tips she's picked up over the years, and the must-watch TV shows, movies, and books of 2019 that you need to catch up on during vacation. (Spoiler alert: Marvel movies are not on her list.) Read more...More about Travel, Holidays, Marvel, Busy Philipps, and Culture
PerceptIn to launch an autonomous vehicle pilot in Indiana in early 2020
PerceptIn, an autonomous vehicle and visual perception startup, plans to launch a self-driving vehicle pilot in Indiana in early 2020.
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My Storytime lets parents record bedtime stories through Google Nest devices
Instrument's action for Google Assistant, My Storytime, lets parents record bedtime stories that can be played back on Google Nest devices.
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Twitter now lets everyone hide replies to their tweets
After months of testing, Twitter users everywhere will now have the ability to hide replies to their tweets. Rather than delete an inappropriate or offensive message forever, the new option allows you to curate the conversation. Other people can stil...
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Google Nest lets you read to your kids even when you're apart
The bedtime story is a cherished ritual between parents and their children, and one that hurts the most to miss when mom or dad are away. But now, Google Nest is launching a new Assistant action that will help keep story time on the agenda, no matter...
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Twelve years later, how do you feel about the first Kindle?
This past Tuesday marked the 12-year anniversary of the first Amazon Kindle, which was praised at the time as an evolutionary step forward for e-readers thanks to its high-contrast screen, SD slot and built-in 3G or WiFi. However, now it just seems c...
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Adobe promises big new features for Photoshop on the iPad after early complaints
Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge Adobe is previewing a handful of upcoming features for Photoshop on the iPad today, just weeks after the app debuted to complaints that it was lacking core tools that people expect when using Photoshop. The company plans to add an impressive new AI-powered subject selection tool by the end of the year as well as push out an update that will speed up Cloud PSD syncing. Then, in the first half of 2020, Adobe intends to add the Refine Edge brush, Curves, additional adjustment layer tools, brush sensitivity features, and Lightroom integration. Photoshop for the iPad debuted to high expectations, and that led to some immediate backlash when the app inevitably was lacking in features. For the first version, Adobe focused on “compositing,... Continue reading…
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The wait for The Last of Us Part II gets a bit easier with these fine art prints
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How to Help Somebody Who Is Having a Seizure
Epilepsy is more common than you might guess—1 in 26 people will be diagnosed during their lifetime—and seizures can occur for other reasons too. In total, 1 in 10 people will have a seizure at some point in their life. Here’s what to do if you’re there when it happens, according to the Epilepsy Foundation.Read more...
Top Fintech Trends Entrepreneurs Must Watch in 2020
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Kim Kardashian wants to make SKIMS shapewear for men
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The US and China could hold in-person trade talks before December tariff deadline
AP Photo/Jose Luis Magana Negotiators from the US and China could meet in the coming weeks as they attempt to work out the terms of an interim trade agreement. But details of such a meeting, including a date and location, remain elusive. The US would be reluctant to travel to China without concessions on structural issues that have long been roadblocks in negotiations, according to The Wall Street Journal. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Negotiators from the US and China could meet in the coming weeks as they attempt to work out the terms of an interim trade agreement, which was announced last month but has not yet been put to paper.  The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday that Chinese Vice Premier Liu He extended the invite to US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin during a phone call last week. With an eye on tariff escalations scheduled to take place on December 15, the point person on trade negotiations for President Xi Jinping requested that the meeting take place in China before the US holiday next Thursday.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:GOLDMAN SACHS: Equity traders are expecting an economic acceleration — and these 12 stocks are best positioned to skyrocket as conditions improveTrump 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 crosshairsSEE ALSO: The US and China may not sign a 'phase-one' trade deal until 2020
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Macy’s shares slip nearly 5 percent over weak sales numbers
Macy’s cut its annual profit forecast for the second time this year on Thursday, as the department store operator blamed weak international tourism and sluggish mall traffic for the first drop in same-store sales in two years. Shares fell nearly 5 percent to $14.34 in premarket trading, as the company was the second major department...
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Samsung memory cards and SSDs are on sale for Black Friday
TL;DR: Samsung memory cards and SSDs are on sale in the Amazon "Countdown to Black Friday Sale," saving you up to 65% on list price. We know that this isn't the most exciting thing to talk about, but memory cards and SSDs play an absolutely vital role in this day and age.  These little devices instantly provide the capacity to store all of your valuable data, and this sort of stuff is probably massively important to you. It is therefore necessary to invest in storage you can trust, as nobody wants to risk losing all of those precious memories. SEE ALSO: Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2019: When is it and what are the best deals in the UK? Read more...More about Samsung, Memory Card, Mashable Shopping, Shopping Uk, and Uk Deals
Dawn Staley’s freshmen are delivering at South Carolina, just like she said they would
There’s living up to the hype, and then there’s living up to the hype. Yes, South Carolina had 2019’s no. 1 recruiting class, thanks to top-ranked freshmen Aliyah Boston, Zia Cooke, Laeticia Amihere and Brea Beal (3, 4, 10 and 11 respectively on ESPN’s HoopGurlz rankings). But even the best of the best recruits aren’t necessarily expected to make an impact on the court in their first year — much less in their first week. Enter Boston, a 6’5 center who made her DI debut with a triple-double: 12 points, 12 rebounds and 10 blocks. Ten blocks also happened to tie the South Carolina program record, which Dawn Staley knew as she sent Boston back into the waning minutes of a 103-43 decimation of Alabama State to successfully pad her stats. “I had no idea, and then Coach was like, ‘You’re two blocks away’ — and then that happened,” Boston said after the game with a self-effacing giggle. “A triple-double is a triple-double, no matter where it is,” Staley added. “We put her back in because she was so close to it, and we were going to give her two or three minutes to get it done.” 6️⃣Gamecocks in double figures. Historic night by the BIG freshman.Great start to 2019-20! #SCWomanUp:— GamecockWBB (@GamecockWBB) November 6, 2019 Boston got it done, and in the three games since has proven to be the picture of an immediate impact player: she’s hitting two-thirds of her shots from the floor and has yet to score under double digits. At one point in South Carolina’s not-all-that-close upset of No. 4 Maryland in College Park, Boston tallied 8 points in under 5 minutes. She wound up the high scorer of the defensive slugfest with 14 points. Four games in, Boston is tied with Rice’s Nancy Mulkey (a 6’9 junior) to lead the league in blocks with 20. “I didn’t realize she was that much of a shot blocker — I thought she was just blocking shots because she was big,” Staley said of her high school scouting report on Boston after the Maryland game. “But she’s blossoming,” Staley, who expressed chagrin at her players’ relative lack of preseason praise, has had plenty of opportunities to say “I told you so.” Along with Boston’s triumphs, Zia Cooke had 27 points and seven rebounds versus Dayton and Brea Beal is averaging 8.5 rebounds a game so far. The Gamecocks have risen to No. 5 in the AP poll, making them the highest ranked team in the SEC — a position they’ll have a great opportunity to defend at the Paradise Jam in the Bahamas next week, where they’ll play No. 18 Indiana and No. 2 Baylor. So. Much. Action. @zia_cooke ➡️ @2121Mikiah ➡️ buckets#SCWomanUp— GamecockWBB (@GamecockWBB) November 17, 2019 Around the Top 25 Sure, No. 10 Mississippi State hasn’t played the toughest schedule — but back-to-back wins over 120 points (the previous school record for a single game had been 118) is nothing to sneeze at. The Bulldogs lead the league in scoring, averaging 104 (!) points a game (a reminder: college games are 8 minutes shorter than those in the NBA). Breaking records is pretty normal around here.(but that scoring record was kind of a big deal❗️)#HailState— Mississippi State WBK (@HailStateWBK) November 18, 2019 After starting the season 2-2, Notre Dame are out of the AP’s top 25 for the first time in 12 years. The Fighting Irish will have a shot to re-enter this weekend if they can beat No. 21 Michigan. No. 4 Connecticut and No. 2 Baylor both had uncharacteristically close wins, with the reigning champs beating No. 22 USF (a team no one should take lightly) by just 12 points (hey, it’s low for them) and UConn starting the season without its usual gaudy stat lines against Cal and Vanderbilt — though the Huskies appear to have regained a little of their swagger with a 39-point win over Virginia. No. 23 Gonzaga’s repping for mid-majors everywhere, entering the AP poll after pushing Stanford to the brink in a tight OT loss. Check out a few highlights from our battle against No. 3 Stanford last night #UnitedWeZag— Gonzaga WBB (@ZagWBB) November 18, 2019 No. 7 Oregon State should already be on everyone’s radar, but a decisive victory over No. 18 DePaul and a preseason WNIT championship justify all the eye emojis you can muster. What an end to the third from #Al3ah!#GoBeavs #SCTop10— Oregon State WBB (@BeaverWBB) November 15, 2019 Two Games to Watch No. 1 Oregon at No. 17 Syracuse (Nov. 24, 4 p.m. ET, ACC Network) The Ducks’ first game on the road comes versus the similarly undefeated Orange, who they beat by just two points in Eugene last season. This is going to be a ball. No. 20 Arkansas at Cal (Nov. 24, 5 p.m. ET, Pac-12 Network) This will be the first substantive test for the undefeated Razorbacks, who are still riding high after deep runs in both the SEC and WNIT tournaments.
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How to treat a cold when you're pregnant
iStock Cold symptoms might feel stronger or come on quicker when you're pregnant.  Doctors recommend to steer clear of Advil, ibuprofen, and aspirin-based products, but beyond that any basic over-the-counter med, like Tylenol, should be OK. For the average adult, a cold lasts 7 to 10 days. But when you're pregnant, you should talk to a doctor if your cold lasts more than seven days. This article was reviewed by Graham Snyder, MD, MS, who is the medical director for the Infection Prevention and Hospital Epidemiology branch at University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. You're told to avoid lots of things while pregnant — drinking that glass of wine, going out for sushi, and, of course, getting sick. But sometimes, despite your best efforts, you feel those tell-tale signs of a cold coming on. And since you may already experience discomfort from your pregnancy, those cold symptoms might feel stronger or come on quicker than you're used to. But the symptoms themselves aren't much different.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: 5 things about the NFL that football fans may not knowSee Also:How to tell if your baby has a cold and how long it should lastNo, you cannot get sick from being cold. But it may increase your risk.How to tell if you have the cold or allergies
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Nearly 700,000 Jeep, Dodge SUVs recalled over electrical issues
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is recalling nearly 700,000 SUVs because of electrical faults that can affect engine startups. The fuel pump relay problems in certain Jeep Grand Cherokee and Dodge Durango models from 2011 to 2013 can interrupt electrical current, preventing engines from starting or contributing to stalls, the automaker said Thursday. The company says it...
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2 big storms could snarl Thanksgiving travel
According to AAA, 50 million people are expected to take to the roads, rails and skies during Thanksgiving week. However, two big storms could slow your roll to grandma's house. Do keep in mind that Thanksgiving is a week away, and the forecast can change. But as of now -- here's an early look at what you can expect. - RSS Channel
More than 97,000 pounds of salad recalled over E.coli fears amid multi-state outbreak
Salad products have been recalled over fears of a potential E.coli contamination.
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What the E-Cigarette Bans Get Wrong
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Trump touts his ‘great’ hearing during David Holmes testimony
President Trump cast doubt on testimony from a top US diplomat in Ukraine on Thursday — by bringing up his own “great” hearing when it comes to listening to phone calls. “I have been watching people making phone calls my entire life. My hearing is, and has been, great,” Trump tweeted. “Never have I been...
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Mott & Bow’s Black Friday sale starts this week with discounts up to 35% — here's what you should buy
Mott & Bow Denim startup Mott & Bow is having a sitewide sale with discounts up to 35% from November 22 to December 2. Beginning December 8, it'll also offer a 25% discount on a different category of clothing each day for the week.  We're also keeping track of the best Black Friday deals overall, Amazon Black Friday deals, Target Black Friday deals, Nordstrom Black Friday deals, and Cyber Monday deals here. Check out Business Insider Coupons for up-to-date coupons to potentially save even more during online shopping. Denim startup Mott & Bow is offering discounts up to 35% from November 22 to December 2, hitting Black Friday and Cyber Monday with one big promotion. Everything from tees to sweats and jeans for men and women is initially discounted by 25%, but the more you buy, the more you save. If the full-price value of items in your purchase is $250 or more, the discount goes up to 30%; if the value is $400 or more, the discount goes even higher to 35%. To take advantage of these savings, use the code "BF19" at checkout when shopping from November 22 to December 1, and "CM19" on December 22. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:eBay is rolling out new Black Friday deals every Friday until December 13 — here are the deals you can expectXbox's Black Friday deals start on November 24 — here are the best discounts on Xbox One consoles and gamesTarget's Black Friday 2019 ad came out — here's what will be on sale and what steps you can take to save even more
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David Holmes, top staffer at US Embassy in Ukraine, points finger at Rudy Giuliani
David Holmes, a top staffer at the US Embassy in Ukraine, told lawmakers during Thursday’s public impeachment hearing that longstanding US policy toward Ukraine abruptly changed when President Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani arrived on the scene. Prior to that, he said, US policy — spearheaded by former Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch — encouraged the country to...
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McDonald's employees in Chicago sue over workplace violence
McDonald's Corp employees on Thursday sued the fast food giant and several of its franchisees in Chicago over a store redesign that staffers say has made it easier for angry customers to leap over the counter and attack them.