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Amazon takes large step forward to shelter Seattle’s homeless families
Amazon has opened its doors to Seattle homeless families in need by investing in Mary’s Place. Program manager Mary Hartman founded Mary’s Place 20 years ago as a day center for unsheltered women. In the spring of 2020, Mary’s Place is set to open a state-of-the-art shelter — the largest dedicated permanent shelter for families...
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This dog is best friends with a ferret, and the photos of their unlikely friendship will make your day
nova_n_pacco/Instagram Nova the dog and Pacco the ferret are best friends. Their owner, Diana Grib, documents their friendship on the Instagram account @nova_n_paco. Their favorite things to do together include tug-of-war with a ball and playful fighting. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Unlikely friendships are the most fun to root for. Especially when both parties are adorable, fluffy animals. Diana Grib's dog, Nova, and her ferret, Pacco, became best buds when she added Pacco to the family four months ago. She shares photos of their adventures and snuggles on Instagram, each snapshot cuter than the last (seriously, someone give them a sitcom already). Here are a few highlights from their blossoming friendship.Meet Nova and Pacco. nova_n_pacco/Instagram Nova is the dog, and Pacco is the ferret. They live in Vilnius, Lithuania, with Diane Grib. nova_n_pacco/Instagram They enjoy exploring their surroundings. Grib has had Nova for two-and-a-half years and Pacco for four months, but it didn't take them long to become inseparable. nova_n_pacco/Instagram "It took only one day for them to become best buds, as they couldn't resist playing with each other," she told Insider. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:Pittsburgh Steeler JuJu Smith-Schuster used to be afraid of dogs. Then he met Boujee.The 10 most-binged shows on Netflix in 2019, so farThe 12 most disappointing movies of 2019, so far
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House investigating if Trump lied to Mueller during Russia probe
The House of Representatives is investigating whether President Trump lied to special counsel Robert Mueller in written answers he provided in the Russia probe, the House’s general counsel said in federal court Monday according to reports. “Did the President lie? Was the President not truthful in his responses to the Mueller investigation?” House general counsel...
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BMW's i4 electric sedan will boast a 373-mile range
Ahead of its official debut of the vehicle sometime in 2021, BMW has shared new details and images of its upcoming all-electric i4 sedan. According to the German automaker, the i4 will feature a new 80kWh capacity battery with a maximum range of 600k...
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The 25 most expensive ZIP codes in America in 2019
Katie Warren/Business Insider Real estate blog Property Shark has released its annual ranking of the most expensive ZIP codes in the United States. For the third year in a row, Silicon Valley suburb Atherton took the top spot. The median sale price in Atherton, California, was $7 million in 2019 — up almost 43% from 2017. The country's second-priciest ZIP code is the tiny Hamptons village of Sagaponack in New York, where the median sale price is $4.3 million. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. There's a lot of expensive real estate in California.  Property Shark released its annual ranking of the most expensive ZIP codes in America on Monday, and California dominates with 91% of the cities on the list. Property Shark's ranking is based on median home sale prices. Atherton, California's 94027 remains the most expensive ZIP code, with a $6.7 million median home sale price — that's up almost 43% from 2017, when it first jumped to the top of the list. Located within striking distance of Google, Facebook, Tesla, and other tech giants' headquarters, Atherton is home to many of Silicon Valley's 1%.  ZIP codes in New York, Washington, Florida, and Massachusetts also appeared on the list, and a Brooklyn ZIP code broke into the top 100 for the first time. Below, take a closer look at the top 25 most expensive ZIP codes in America. Tanza Loudenback contributed to a previous version of this article.25. Bridgehampton, New York (11932) Getty Images County: Suffolk Median sale price (2019): $2,550,000 24. Newport Coast, California (92657) Beach Media/Shutterstock County: Orange Median sale price (2019): $2,585,000 23. Stanford, California (94305) Getty Images County: Santa Clara Median sale price (2019): $2,600,000 See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:The East Coast's priciest ZIP code is a tiny Hamptons village of 322 residents. Here's what it's like living in Sagaponack, where the median home price is $4.3 million.The 15 most expensive homes sold in the US over the past decade, rankedA sprawling ranch outside of Park City just sold for $32.5 million and became the most expensive home sale in Utah's history. Take a look inside.SEE ALSO: The East Coast's priciest ZIP code is a tiny Hamptons village of 322 residents. Here's what it's like living in Sagaponack, where the median home price is $4.3 million. DON'T MISS: The Beverly Hills estate that Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt spent 3 years renovating before their divorce just got a $4.5 million price cut. Here's a look inside the $44.5 million home.
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Derek Hough does sexy dance on meds after getting appendix out
Now he's dancing with the scars.
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Marine Vet Freed by Iran in 2016 Sues U.S. Over Unpaid Compensation
Amir Hekmati, an American imprisoned and mistreated by Iran, was found eligible for $20 million from a special United States government fund. The government has withheld payment, and now he is suing.
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How to Manage Conflict at Work
You may think that you have the world’s most exceptional colleagues, but sooner or later, you’ll have a conflict at work. Unfortunately, conflict at work and misunderstandings happen all the time, so managing them in a proper way to minimize their effect on your productivity is critical to achieving career goals. The effects of how […] The post How to Manage Conflict at Work appeared first on ReadWrite.
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Cyber Monday
Cyber Monday 2019 is nearly upon us with an official start date of December 2. If you're someone who tends to avoid the rush of Black Friday for the smooth experience of buying online on the following Monday, then this the buying holiday you've been waiting for. Christmas is just around the corner, and it's […]
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Sony Immersive Wearable Speaker review: Fun to use, hard to recommend
Sony Immersive Wearable Speaker $300 View Product The Good Comfortable to wear for long periods of time • Excellent audio boost • Vibration is immersive but can be turned off The Bad Lack of Bluetooth limits its uses • Hard to recommend at $300 • Doesn't really solve any problems The Bottom Line Sony's Immersive Wearable Speaker is fun to mess around with, but not a must-buy. ⚡ Mashable Score 3.0 😎 Cool Factor 4.0 📘Ease of Use 4.5 💪Performance 4.0 💵Bang for the Buck 2.0 When Sony first showed me its newest product, the not-so-elegantly dubbed Immersive Wearable Speaker, I couldn't quite figure out why it existed. After testing it out at home for a couple of days, I still don't know the answer to that question. Read more...More about Sony, Audio, Wearable Tech, Portable Speakers, and Tech
Turn Your Charts Into xkcd-Style Charts With These Tools
I believe in charts. A good chart can stick an important fact into your mind and keep it there. And some of the best come from Randall Munroe’s webcomic xkcd. Now you can turn any chart into an xkcd chart, if you have the data and know a little code.Read more...
Can Cannabis Help Redefine Capitalism?
The nascent industry has the potential to put values ahead of profits.
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NFL Power Rankings Week 12: 2019-20 Conference Standings and Super Bowl Odds
Week 11 of the 2019 NFL season was short on surprises, showing how firm the league's hierarchy is becoming...
From Podcast to Streaming Music Ad Creative — Different Approaches Yield Different Results
At Business Insider Intelligence, our mission is to bring you the most important insights, data and analysis from the digital world. So when we come across outstanding research from our partners that we think our audience can benefit from, we like to make sure you hear about it.  That's why we're giving you a preview of eMarketer's new report: Digital Audio Advertising . You can purchase and download the full report here. More people than ever in the US are spending time with digital audio, leading to growing advertising opportunities. To properly communicate with audiences, advertisers should make sure the right creatives are used with the right audio formats. Otherwise, they run the risk of annoying or alienating their audiences. In a July 2019 survey conducted by customer experience analytics firm Bizrate Insights and commissioned by eMarketer, almost half of US internet users considered audio ads on music streaming services or podcasts to be annoying. So how are audio advertisers catering to consumers and cutting through the clutter?See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:Google smart speaker shipments plummet amid industry growthLemonade postponed its plans to go public this year due to concerns about current market conditionsTHE ESPORTS ECOSYSTEM: The key players and trends driving the red-hot, fast-growing esports space that's on track to surpass $1.5 billion by 2023
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US grants another extension for businesses relying on Huawei
The Chinese telecom giant Huawei was blacklisted by the Trump administration in May.
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How to delete your eBay account and the data associated with it
Daniel Krason/Shutterstock To fully delete your eBay account, it may take some time to do — the process of purging your eBay account and data from the system can take a month, or longer, to complete. Once your eBay account is deleted, you will not have the option to reopen your account, and you won't be able to access any of the data from your account either. Here's how to officially close out and delete your eBay account. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Deleting accounts can be a way to simplify your online life. If you want to delete your eBay account, however, simple is not a good way to describe the process. It's quite lengthy, requiring a lot of confirmation that you want to close it out, and once you complete it it can take 30 days, or more, to fully close out your account — assuming it's in good standing and there are no outstanding balances or pending transactions.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Watch Elon Musk unveil his latest plan for conquering MarsSee Also:How to sync Notes from an iPhone to a Mac through iCloud, so your notes are always up-to-dateHow to sign a PDF document on a Windows computer using Adobe ReaderHow to set up a Steam Link device to play nearly any computer game on your TVSEE ALSO: The best all-in-one PCs you can buy
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Trump says he will 'seriously consider' testifying in impeachment inquiry
U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday said for the first time that he might be willing to testify in the impeachment inquiry over his dealings with Ukraine, even as Democrats questioned the truthfulness of his testimony in the Russia 2016 election interference probe.
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Massive leak of Chinese government documents reveal the "no mercy" plan for Muslims in Xinjiang
The New York Times has received a 403-page leak of internal Chinese state documents related to the ethnic cleansing effort in Xinjiang province, which has seen the creation of more than 500 concentration camps where Uyghurs, Kazakhs, and other predominantly Muslim ethnic minorities have been subjected to torture, rape and medical experimentation. Though it's not clear where the leaks originate from, the Times speculates that they were released by Chinese officials who are upset with the authoritarian measures and attendant human-rights abuses. The contents of the leaks support this theory, as much of the material deals with the microeconomics of the regional Chinese officials who implemented the ethnic cleansing program. The story begins with a wave of terrorist attacks in the region in 2014, most notably a train-station stabbing attack with more than 150 victims. This prompted an internal hard-line speech from president-for-life Xi Xinping, who argued that a virus-like contagion of Islamic extremism had infected people from the region. Xi argued that China should learn from the American hard line on terrorism and use the "organs of dictatorship" to root out Islamism, showing "absolutely no mercy." Xi compared the political currents in the region to the independence movements in the outlying regions of the USSR in its last days, when "ideological laxity" and "spineless leadership" allowed the Soviet empire to be shattered. In 2016, Xi's vision was supercharged by a change in regional government, when Chen Quanguo was put in charge of Xinjiang; Chen had previously been the hard-line official in charge of Tibet, and had been responsible for the systematic human rights abuses there. Read the rest
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Chief justice orders delay in House fight for Trump records
Chief Justice John Roberts is ordering an indefinite delay in the House of Representatives’ demand for President Donald Trump’s financial records
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Testimony by the former US ambassador to Ukraine shows US foreign policy is 'in shambles,' former Pence adviser says
Associated Press Marie "Masha" Yovanovitch, a career diplomat and former ambassador to Ukraine, testified Friday about her efforts to fight corruption in the Eastern European country and her encounters with the Trump administration. Yovanovitch's treatment illustrates the disarray of Trump's foreign policy, according to Molly Montgomery, a former adviser to Vice President Mike Pence on Europe and Eurasia and a 14-year Foreign Service officer. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. In the second day of televised presidential impeachment hearings, Marie "Masha" Yovanovitch, a career diplomat, explained to members of the House Intelligence Committee how she had fought corruption in Ukraine and how the Trump administration abruptly removed from her post earlier this year. Yovanovitch was ousted as ambassador to Kyiv in May after coming under attack by US President Donald Trump's personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, at a time when he was working to persuade Ukraine to carry out two investigations that would benefit the Republican president politically. Giuliani also was trying to engineer a Ukrainian investigation into a debunked conspiracy theory embraced by some Trump allies that Ukraine, not Russia, interfered in the 2016 US election. The main focus of the impeachment inquiry is a July 25 phone call in which Trump asked Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy, who was elected in May, to open the investigations. Democrats are looking into whether Trump abused his power by withholding $391 million in US security aid to Ukraine as leverage to pressure Kyiv to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden, who is a leading contender for the Democratic nomination to take on Trump in the 2020 election. The money, approved by the US Congress to help US ally Ukraine combat Russia-backed separatists, was later provided to Ukraine. Molly Montgomery is a former adviser to Vice President Mike Pence on Europe and Eurasia. She spent 14 years in the Foreign Service before stepping down last year. She spoke to The World's host Marco Werman about what it's been like for current and former US diplomats to watch this week's hearings.Marco Werman: Molly, you've been listening today [Friday] to Marie Yovanovitch. Like a lot of people, what's jumped out at you? Andrew Harnik / AP Molly Montgomery: Absolutely. Well, first off, let me just say that Ambassador Yovanovitch is a profile in courage, as are George Kent and Bill Taylor, who testified yesterday. And I think what comes across so clearly in her testimony today is just what the United States is missing out on by sidelining its career officials. Werman: What do you think the long-term consequences are for US diplomacy of her testimony? Andrew Harnik/AP Images Montgomery: Well, it certainly has made clear to the American people and to the world that our foreign policy and the State Department are in shambles. And I don't think you have to look any further than the way she has been treated and others in the State Department have been treated to understand why. I fully agree with her characterization that the department has been hollowed out. And unfortunately, diplomacy is a craft that takes years, if not decades, to learn. And so that expertise will not be able to be replaced quickly or easily. It's a real loss to us. Werman: Yovanovitch was talking about visceral stuff [Friday] — her fear after seeing the transcript of what Donald Trump said about her. What were you, as a career foreign service officer, what were you feeling listening to her testimony? SAUL LOEB/AFP via Getty Images Montgomery: There are a lot of us who have served the country in various capacities, who I think were very emotional in hearing her speak about how it has felt to undergo the traumatic experience of being targeted by her own president and pulled from an assignment in which, by all accounts, she was succeeding. And so it is very troubling, particularly having seen the president's tweet while her testimony was ongoing, to see, from the Oval Office, the targeting of career officials and questioning of the quality of their work and their patriotism. It is very scary for people who, go to and from work every day, just like you and I do, don't have any special protection and find themselves very vulnerable, not just to trolls online, but to anyone who might choose to take those words as an inspiration to do harm.    See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:How rich people like Gordon Sondland buy their way into US ambassadorshipsShe's photographed every major war of the last 20 years, but Marine Corps boot camp was something else entirelyHow Erdoğan went from populist hero to strongman and transformed Turkey along the waySEE ALSO: How rich people like Gordon Sondland buy their way into US ambassadorships
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Oculus Link is out in beta now, so you can plug a Quest into your PC to play Rift games
Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge Today, the Facebook-owned virtual reality company Oculus announced that Oculus Link, which lets you plug a standalone Quest headset into your gaming PC so you can play Oculus Rift games, is out now in beta. On its own, the cordless Quest is less powerful than its wired cousin, the Rift S. But by plugging the Quest directly into a VR-ready PC with Oculus Link, it seems like it could be able to run much more powerful VR experiences if Link works as promised. Oculus says on a support page that you’ll need to have a “high-quality” USB 3 cable and a computer that supports a list of minimum requirements, which are mostly the same as those for the Rift S, including an Intel i5-4590 or AMD Ryzen 5 1500X processor or greater. If you’ve got those... Continue reading…
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The Hottest Franchise Categories of 2020
Get to know 347 franchises in trend-topping industries that will continue to boom next year (and likely beyond).
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How to Make Part Time Work for You
Going from full time to part time is a complicated career move. First we talk with a woman who’s made part time work well for her about how she set expectations and boundaries. Then we get advice from an expert on work-life balance on how to manage the risks of being part time. Guests: Kristin McElderry and Linda Duxbury. Our theme music is Matt Hill’s “City In Motion,” provided by Audio Network.
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The Guardian view on British children in Syria: bring them back | Editorial
The government’s decision to block the rescue of 60 children, including orphans and toddlers, was a terrible mistakeThe cancellation of a plan to rescue more than 60 British children, including at least three orphans, from north-east Syria at the end of last month is a stain both on the UK and on the reputations of the ministers involved. The hard line taken by the home secretary, Priti Patel, may have been consistent with that of her predecessor, Sajid Javid. But she, Mr Javid and the defence secretary, Ben Wallace, should each be ashamed. In arguing, jointly, for an operation that should have gone ahead during a ceasefire to be abandoned, they have set their faces against humanitarian values. Each must be called upon to justify their decision to regard the toddlers and primary-school-aged children now trapped in the al-Hawl and al-Roj camps not as unwitting victims of a foreign war, but as a threat to the security of the UK.The situation in the area where the children, who are mostly with their mothers, are stuck is chaotic and dangerous following the recent US withdrawal and Turkish invasion. There have been claims that burning white phosphorus was used against children by Turkish troops. The outcome of negotiations between the Syrian government and Kurdish forces is uncertain save in one respect: Syria will soon be in charge. Continue reading...
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Why Rob Manfred must make a harsh example of illegal sign-stealers
Rob Manfred is on the clock. Literally. He wants to speed up the game, and one of the elements slowing it down is paranoia about illegal sign stealing. So the commissioner has a strong ulterior motivation to severely punish the Astros, their personnel and any other teams and people that come out dirty from his...
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Iconic dress Princess Diana wore while dancing with John Travolta is up for sale
A dress Princess Diana wore when she danced with John Travolta is up for sale.
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Eight more witnesses expected in public impeachment hearings this week
The second week of public hearings in the impeachment inquiry has eight witnesses scheduled to testify. Three of the four witnesses set to testify Tuesday were on the July Ukraine phone call which sparked the inquiry. CBS News chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes joined CBSN to discuss the latest.
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'Premeditated, cold and cruel': Prosecutors' final arguments in murder trial
Patrick Frazee is accused of killing Kelsey Berreth on Thanksgiving Day 2018.
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'Does Venmo accept prepaid cards?': How to add a prepaid card to Venmo and use it to send money
Shutterstock Venmo does accept some prepaid cards, as long as they're from American Express, Discover, MasterCard, or Visa. Once you've linked the prepaid card to Venmo, you can send money to friends from it. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Venmo, one of the most popular iOS and Android money transfer apps out there, makes it easy to pay friends and request money with the tap of a finger, all from your phone. Of course, for this to work, the app has to be linked to a bank account, credit, or debit card.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: People are still debating the pink or grey sneaker, 2 years after it went viral. Here's the real color explained.See Also:How to add money to your Venmo account on desktop or mobile, depending on if you have a Venmo Card'Why does my Galaxy S10's brightness keep changing?': How to keep your S10's brightness the same and control it manuallyHow to check your PayPal balance on desktop or mobileSEE ALSO: The best iPhone for every type of person and budget
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Derek Jeter isn’t the only ex-Yankee getting his first Hall of Fame chance now
There’s more than one Yankee getting his first shot at Cooperstown next year. Derek Jeter is among 18 newcomers on the 2020 Hall of Fame ballot. He is likely to be an overwhelming choice to join former New York Yankees teammate Mariano Rivera in Cooperstown after the reliever last year became the first unanimous pick...
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Ford Mustang Mach-E can now be preordered with a $500 deposit
Photo by Sean O’Kane / The Verge Ford is now taking preorders for its first all-electric SUV, the Mustang Mach-E. The company is currently taking $500 deposits for those wishing to reserve their Mustang Mach-E. But as the automaker noted at its launch event in Los Angeles Sunday night, deliveries are still a long way off. You can visit Ford’s reservation site for the Mach-E, where you can configure the desired trim, paint color, battery pack, and more. As mentioned previously, Ford is offering a veritable smorgasbord of different versions of this car in an effort to cast as wide a net as possible. Ford said it expects the full tax credit to last for about a year once the Mach-E goes on sale The cheapest version is the $43,895 Select (or $44,995 when taking into... Continue reading…
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Neo-Nazi terror group threatened ‘to find and harm’ US activist in Germany
Activist says German police were warned by US authorities of AWD member who went to Germany with possible intention to harm herAn expatriate US activist who was targeted by the neo-Nazi terror group Atomwaffen Division (AWD) has told the Guardian that German police were last year warned by US authorities of “a specific threat to find me and do me harm”.The activist, who moved to Germany in part because of the threats she was receiving from the far right in the US, was told last November that German Federal Criminal Police had been warned by US federal authorities about an AWD member who had traveled to Germany with the possible intention of harming her. Continue reading...
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How crack a $300 fingerprint gun safe in a few seconds
The LockPickingLawyer has a new video, in which he defeats a fancy biometric biometric fingerprint gun safe in a few seconds using a "jiggler" key. <em>Image: YouTube</em> Read the rest
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Steps you can take when you feel a cold coming on to reduce the severity of your symptoms
Flickr/Michelle Dyer If you take supplements like zinc or elderberry within 24 hours of feeling a cold coming on, it could help you recover faster. If you feel a cold coming on, go to bed early. Getting eight hours or more of sleep can make a big difference in curbing the intensity of the cold. This article was reviewed by Rod Oskouian, MD, at the Swedish Neuroscience Institute. If your sneezing fits are stuck on repeat or you find yourself reaching for a tissue every 15 minutes, you might be experiencing the early signs of a cold. Now, there's no cure for the common cold, but there are steps you can take in the first 24 hours you experience symptoms that will help lessen the severity of your illness and reduce the number of days you're out of commission.  See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: A 45-year-long study discovered trends in successful hyper-intelligent childrenSee Also:No, you cannot get sick from being cold. But it may increase your riskHow to tell if you have the cold or allergiesWhat you should eat and drink to get over the flu, according to doctors
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3 shot to death outside Walmart in Duncan, Oklahoma
Three people were shot and killed outside a Walmart in Duncan, Oklahoma, according to police. CBS affiliate KWTV reports two people were shot to death in a car and the gunman was also shot and killed in the parking lot. Vladimir Duthiers has more.
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Snapchat fact-checks political ads where Facebook won't
Snapchat may have another way to compete against rival apps like Instagram: truth in advertising. Snap chief Evan Spiegel told CNBC in an interview that his company has a team that fact-checks all political advertising -- a sharp contrast to Faceboo...
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Jamie Oliver reheats bid to build mid-range restaurant chain
Six months after collapse of UK dining empire, celebrity chef launches latest conceptJamie Oliver is to take another crack at building a mid-range restaurant chain – just six months after most of the celebrity chef’s UK dining empire collapsed.Two of his Jamie’s Italian outlets in south-east Asia – on Bali’s Kuta beach and in Bangkok – are to be converted to a new format called Jamie Oliver Kitchen, the latest concept to be launched by the chef and which will focus on all-day dining with dishes reflecting local cuisine. Continue reading...
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Chief Justice Gives Trump Temporary Reprieve in Financial Records Case
John Roberts blocked an appeals court ruling requiring disclosure of the records while the Supreme Court considers how to proceed.
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How to use private browsing on your iPhone, and turn it off when you're done browsing
Tomohiro Ohsumi/Getty Images To turn off private browsing on your iPhone, or turn it on, you just need to press a single button in Safari. The iPhone's private browsing feature is a convenient feature for those who don't want their online activity listed in their browsing history.  Private browsing prevents your iPhone from creating any browsing history for the sites you visit, but will also log you out of most sites. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Private browsing prevents people who have access to your iPhone from seeing your internet history, because it stops the browser from recording your search and site visit history at all.  It also prevents your iPhone from storing most cookies for websites, however, which means that you'll be logged out of most sites you visit.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Watch Google reveal the new Nest Mini, which is an updated Home MiniSee Also:How to share reminders on an iPhone with iOS 13, and collaborate on lists with others in the Reminders appHow to link your PayPal account to your Twitch channel so viewers can donate to your pageHow to sync Notes from an iPhone to a Mac through iCloud, so your notes are always up-to-dateSEE ALSO: The best iPhone accessories from cases to lightning cables
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What to Know Before Booking a Trip With More Than One Layover
If you’ve ever searched for flights extremely last-minute in a panic—and somehow stumble across a good deal—there’s almost always a catch. Chances are, the catch in question might involve two (or more) layovers and three flights just to get you to your final destination only a few hours away.Read more...
Democratic naysayers are dead wrong on Medicare for All
Media pundits and some faint-hearted Democrats are failing Americans with their reluctance to seize on Elizabeth Warren's and Bernie Sanders' plan to reform America's costly, unfair and inefficient health care system. The two are pointing the correct way, and this is a goal that most Americans support, writes Jeffrey Sachs.
Marvel threatens Democrat Ben Kallos for assuming ‘Captain America’ persona in campaign
Marvel Comics has sent an ominous warning to a New York City politician: Stop campaigning as Captain America! The campaign of Councilman Ben Kallos, who is running for Manhattan borough president, sent out a “Superhero Alert” on Friday asking for donations in an a-letter that also featured him dressed as the iconic comic book hero....
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Republic of Ireland v Denmark: Euro 2020 qualifying – live!
Updates from the crucial Group D game in DublinIreland v Denmark: an unlikely footballing hellGet in touch! Email Simon or tweet @Simon_Burnton 6.42pm GMT The team news again, now with added handy Twitter graphics:Here is how Ireland will line out tonight! #IRLDEN #COYBIG 11 startere til aftenens meget vigtige kamp mod Irland ✅Kom så, drenge!#ForDanmark #IRLDEN #EURO2020 6.38pm GMT The teams are in, and here are the starting XIs: Republic of Ireland: Randolph, Doherty, Stevens, Duffy, Egan, Whelan, Browne, McGoldrick, McClean, Hendrick, Hourihane.Denmark: Schmeichel, Dalsgaard, Zanka, Kjær, Stryger, Schöne, Delaney, Eriksen, Poulsen, Cornelius, Braithwaite.David McGoldrick returned to the Republic of Ireland starting line-up for Monday night’s Euro 2020 decider against Denmark.The Sheffield United striker, who missed last month’s double-header in Georgia and Switzerland through injury, was included in one of three changes to the side which lost 2-0 in Geneva as he, Matt Doherty and Conor Hourihane replaced Aaron Connolly, the suspended Seamus Coleman and James Collins. Continue reading...
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Two of Neptune’s moons are locked in a ‘dance of avoidance’
Neptune may be one of the more mysterious planets in the solar system, but a new study notes that two of its moons, Naiad and Thalassa, are locked in a “dance of avoidance.” The research, which can be read on the arXiv repository, notes that the two celestial satellites are only separated by approximately 1,150...
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How to use the Disney+ app to download and watch movies and shows offline
  Alyssa Powell/Business Insider On Tuesday, November 12, Disney launched its new streaming service, Disney Plus ($6.99/month or $69.99/year after a seven-day free trial). Additionally, Disney Plus can be bundled with ESPN+ and Hulu ($6 monthly savings). With the Disney Plus app, subscribers can download and watch shows and movies without Wi-Fi on up to 10 mobile and tablet devices. To get started, you must first install the app and download titles while connected to the internet. From there, accessing and deleting downloaded shows and movies is simple. Subscribers will be able to enjoy TV shows and movies from Disney, Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic, and 20th Century Fox. This content includes original programming exclusive to Disney Plus. Below, we break down how to download, access, and delete titles from your Disney Plus app. Product Embed: Product Name: Disney+ Monthly Subscription Service Card Type: small Width: 100% Height: 150% Will Disney Plus have an app? Yes, Disney Plus has an app. Not only can you stream its expansive collection of classic and new TV shows and movies on up to four devices simultaneously, but you can also download these titles as often as you'd like using the Disney Plus app for mobile and tablet devices. However, it's unclear at this time if there are any exclusions on specific shows or movies.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:I spend a lot of time working with my hands outdoors — this healing balm brings my dry and weathered skin back to lifeAlaska is known for its fresh, sustainably harvested seafood — now you can enjoy it wherever you are through a monthly subscriptionEverything you need to know about when Black Friday deals and sales start and end in 2019
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