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This AI system predicts seizures an hour before they happen with 99.6% accuracy
A pair of researchers from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette have developed an artificial intelligence system that predicts epileptic seizures with 99.6 percent accuracy. The World Health Organization estimates that between 4 and 10 in every 1,000 people suffer from epilepsy-related seizures. According to numerous studies, 70 percent of those afflicted have symptoms that can be mitigated with medication. The problem is that many patients are unable to tell when they enter the preictal stage (the period directly before a seizure occurs) when such intervention would be effective. Professor Magdy Bayoumi and researcher Hisham Daoud, the duo who created… This story continues at The Next Web
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Hearthstone: Battlegrounds gets four new heroes in big update
Blizzard is releasing a major update for Battlegrounds today, the newest mode for its popular digital card game Hearthstone.
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The Salvation Army urges the public to stop spreading 'misinformation' after Chick-fil-A cuts funding
Carlo Allegri/Reuters The Salvation Army is firing back after Chick-fil-A announced that it would cease donating to the Christian church and organization. The chicken sandwich chain has dropped the Salvation Army and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes — two groups that have been criticized by LGBTQ advocates — from its list of charitable recipients. "We made multiyear commitments to both organizations, and we fulfilled those obligations in 2018," a spokesperson for the chain said Monday.  In a statement, the Salvation Army said that it believes it is "the largest provider of poverty relief to the LGBTQ+ population." Sign up for Business Insider's retail newsletter, The Drive-Thru, to get more stories like this in your inbox. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The Salvation Army is returning fire after Chick-fil-A dropped the Christian church and organization from its list of donees. The religious group, known for running homeless shelters and charitable thrift shops, released a statement saying it was "saddened" by Chick-fil-A's decision to "divert funding to other hunger, education and homelessness organizations."See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: YouTube is in dangerous territory after not removing a video that ridiculed a Vox producer for being gaySee Also:People are theorizing that Popeyes' chicken sandwich convinced Chick-fil-A to stop donating to controversial groups. Here's the real reason for the change.Chick-fil-A is facing backlash after ending donations to controversial Christian charities — but critics are missing an important pointChick-fil-A is ending donations criticized by LGBTQ activists after years of backlashSEE ALSO: People are theorizing that Popeyes' chicken sandwich convinced Chick-fil-A to stop donating to controversial groups. Here's the real reason for the change. DON'T MISS: Chick-fil-A is facing backlash after ending donations to controversial Christian charities — but critics are missing an important point SEE ALSO: Chick-fil-A is ending donations criticized by LGBTQ activists after years of backlash
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We drove a $44,000 Nissan Leaf Plus to figure out if this 2019 Car of the Year runner-up is ready to take on Tesla
Crystal Cox/Business Insider The 2019 Nissan Leaf SL Plus is the fanciest version of the vehicle that first appeared in 2010. Although over 300,000 Leafs have been sold worldwide, the electric car has always been held back by its range.  The Leaf Plus, however, serves up 214 miles on a single charge and has a more powerful motor. At $44,000, the Leaf SL Plus is a bit pricey, but you can opt for a cheaper trim level.  Overall, the Leaf SL Plus is a dandy EV; it's well worth a look if you're shopping for a new car. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Editor's note: Business Insider will name its 2019 Car of the Year on November 23. Each day this week, we're taking another look at the five vehicles that were runners-up selected from a pool of 16 finalists. The second vehicle is the 2019 Nissan Leaf SL Plus. The Nissan Leaf was basically the first modern, mass-market, all-electric vehicle, beating the Tesla Model S to market by a few years. When it launched, the Leaf had limited range and was sort of unimpressively designed, but there was a lot of buzz around EVs then. The Leaf was the cornerstone of a Nissan "Zero Emission" strategy. Market reality hasn't quite lived up to expectations, but Nissan has continued to improve the Leaf. The second-generation arrived for the 2018 model year, with an updated design. For 2019, Nissan rolled out the Leaf Plus, a version of the EV that could achieve up to 226 miles on a single charge.  Generally, a baseline 200-mile number is magical; it eliminates much of the "range anxiety" that consumers suffer from because it adds a decent buffer and reduces the need to frequently recharge the Leaf.  I tested the Leaf Plus for a week in the New Jersey suburbs and even took a ride to Brooklyn. I concluded that the Leaf Plus was very good, and thus we have named it a 2019 Car of the Year runner-up. Here's now my test went: Photos by Crystal Cox unless otherwise indicated.Good day, 2019 Nissan Leaf SL Plus! Looking sharp in "Deep Pearl Blue." Crystal Cox/Business Insider Pretty much the same Deep Pearl Blue as the Leaf that was a Business Insider Car of the Year finalist in 2018. That car had a single electric motor, producing 147 horsepower, a 40-kWh battery pack, and delivered 151 miles of range on a full charge. Hollis Johnson/Business Insider The Leaf is the top-selling EV globally, which makes sense as the car has been around since 2010. Over 300,000 have been sold. Crystal Cox/Business Insider See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:We drove a $250,000 Lamborghini Urus SUV to see if the 2019 Car of the Year runner-up was equal to the hype — here's the verdictThe 10 car brands that give owners the fewest problemsFord just revealed its Mustang Mach-E SUV — the first new Mustang-branded vehicle since 1964 and a Tesla challengerFOLLOW US: On Facebook for more car and transportation content!
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Republicans tried to smear Alexander Vindman by implying the US military officer has dual loyalty to Ukraine
REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst During Tuesday's impeachment hearings, Republican lawmakers suggested that Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, the top Ukraine expert on the National Security Council, had dual loyalty to Ukraine.  Vindman, an Iraq War veteran who was awarded a purple heart, testified that he thought Trump's request for Ukraine to investigate his political opponents was "improper." Steve Castor, the Republicans' counsel, during his questioning alluded to a baseless allegation that Vindman could have dual loyalty to Ukraine. Follow along with our live coverage of the hearings here. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. During Tuesday's impeachment hearings, Republican lawmakers suggested that Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, the top Ukraine expert on the National Security Council, had dual loyalty to Ukraine.  Vindman, an Iraq War veteran who was awarded a purple heart after being wounded there, testified that Trump's request that Ukraine investigate his political opponents was "improper." He told Congress that he recognized "without hesitation" that he had to report Trump's request after he heard the president make it on a July 25 phone call with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelensky.  See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Extremists turned a frog meme into a hate symbol, but Hong Kong protesters revived it as an emblem of hopeSee Also:Alexander Vindman ended his opening statement in Trump's impeachment hearing with a message to his father: 'Do not worry. I will be fine for telling the truth.'The GOP's defenses in the Trump impeachment inquiry are about to blow up in spectacular fashion this weekPresidents can be impeached for almost anything. These are the alleged crimes that could lead to Trump's impeachmentSEE ALSO: LIVE: Republicans allude to absurd and baseless allegations that Alexander Vindman, a Purple Heart recipient, has dual loyalty to Ukraine
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Report: Chiefs' Tyreek Hill to Undergo MRI After Suffering Hamstring Injury
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill will undergo an MRI on his injured hamstring "in the next day or so," according to Mike Garafolo of the NFL Network...
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UN calls Trump pardons of officers accused of war crimes ‘troubling’
GENEVA – A decision by President Donald Trump to pardon two army officers accused of war crimes and restore the rank of a third sends a disturbing signal to militaries, a UN rights spokesman said on Tuesday, adding he was “very concerned” at the move. The White House decision last week involves officers accused of...
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Baltimore Museum of Art will only acquire works created by women in 2020
The director of the Baltimore Museum of Art said something radical must be done to rectify centuries of imbalance.
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'Death Stranding' and 'Control' lead Game Awards nominees
The Game Awards takes place in less than a month and voting is now open after Geoff Keighley announced the nominees. Hideo Kojima's sprawling epic Death Stranding leads the pack with nine nominations, including game of the year, game direction, score...
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Man bites worker during attempted U-Haul robbery: cops
A man tried to steal two sets of truck keys at a Brooklyn U-Haul facility – and then bit an employee who confronted him, police said. The thief made his way into the U-Haul rental outpost on Washington Avenue in Prospect Heights last Thursday at around 8:30 a.m., cops said. A 51-year-old employee confronted the...
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I'm putting 100% of my savings towards retirement instead of my kids' college, and a financial planner told me it's the right thing to do
Getty Images My parents weren't able to pay for my college, so it was important to me to save for my kids' future. But now that I have two young sons, I've realized how hard it is to save for retirement and their education. At the moment, my husband and I are focused on paying off our debt and saving for retirement, and a certified financial planner agrees that we're making the right choice. Need some advice about your savings strategy? A financial planner can help. Use SmartAsset's free tool to find a qualified professional near you » My parents weren't able to pay for my college, so it's always been important to me to do whatever I could to invest in my kids' education. But after having two sons of my own, I began to understand how tricky it must have been for my parents to manage their money while investing in my future. Things don't always go as planned, even with the best intentions.  My family's situation is a perfect example. My kids are 2 and 5 years old, and my husband and I haven't prioritized saving for college yet — but not because we don't want to. We've just chosen to prioritize other financial goals first.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: A 45-year-long study discovered trends in successful hyper-intelligent childrenSee Also:I was too scared to invest during the last recession, but I won't be making that mistake againMany Americans are planning to work through retirement, even if they don't need the moneyI'm a financial planner, and here's the best advice I can give you about getting help with your money
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First male birth control injection almost ready for penises
Would men endure a shot in the penis to prevent pregnancy? Indian researchers think so.
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Apple’s best Black Friday deals 2019: iPhones, watches and more
We all know that major deals on Apple products can be a rare find. But the elusive Apple markdowns are making a welcome appearance during Black Friday, with Apple Watches, iPads, and Airpods just a few of the products you can save big bucks on. No matter what Apple item you’re searching for, we’re sure...
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Wayfair's best Black Friday 2019 deals include discounts of up to 80% on furniture, appliances, and more
Business Insider Wayfair has announced some of its Black Friday deals.  Discounts of up to 80% off sitewide will begin November 22 at 9 a.m. EST, with free shipping on all purchases on Black Friday. We're tracking Wayfair's best Black Friday deals, so be sure to bookmark this page. We're also keeping tabs on the best deals available online at Amazon, Target, Walmart, Best Buy, Nordstrom, The Home Depot, and more stores. To potentially save more on Black Friday deals this year, visit Business Insider Coupons to find the most up-to-date Wayfair coupons and promo codes.  Wayfair is one of the internet's largest and most affordable home goods suppliers on any day of the year, but its prices get even better on Black Friday. This year, you'll find discounts of up to 80% off on everything from area rugs to decor. You can also expect great flash deals; discounts on Wayfair brands like AllModern, Birch Lane, Perigold, and Joss & Main; and free shipping on Black Friday with no minimums. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:The best Black Friday store sales of 2019Walmart has already launched early deals in anticipation of Black Friday — here's what's on sale now and what to expect on November 29The top 20 Black Friday bestsellers among Business Insider readers last year
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Dealmaster: The OnePlus 7 Pro for $549 may be the smartphone deal of the year
For 256GB of storage, too. Plus tons more early Black Friday deals.
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Why transgender women face violence in the US
The Human Rights Campaign says at least 22 transgender and gender non-conforming people were killed in 2019. 91% were black women.
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Extraterrestrial life could be more common than previously thought, new study says
While some in the scientific community believe finding extraterrestrial life is "probably going to take a long time," others believe aliens could be more prevalent than previously thought. 
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You Can Now Report Abusive Twitter Lists in iOS
Twitter’s List feature makes it easy to navigate through the platform’s noise, but it comes with one major annoyance—lists are packed with potential for abuse, especially when you find yourself a card-carrying member of others’ “People who suck on Twitter” lists.Read more...
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How Can I Avoid Static Electricity Shocks in Cold, Dry Weather?
There are plenty of things to dread about the winter time, including all the hours of darkness, the cold temperatures and static shocks. Fortunately, there are ways to cut down on this seasonal annoyance.Read more...
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With #Fartgate, Twitter Was a Gas Once Again
Whether a US representative tooted on air matters less than the unity it inspired on a fraught platform.
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China may flex legal muscles over Hong Kong
BEIJING — Criticism from China’s rubber-stamp parliament of a Hong Kong court decision is raising concerns that Beijing may move to flex its legal muscles and overrule the verdict. That’s laying bare the limits of the “one country, two systems” framework under which Hong Kong is granted a “high degree of autonomy” by Beijing, threatening...
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What Is End-to-End Encryption, Back as a Bull’s-Eye on Big Tech?
After years of on-and-off debate over nearly snoop-proof security, the industry is girding for new pressure from law enforcement around the world.
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Sydney skyline barely visible through thick smoke from wildfires
Thick smoke from wildfires has shrouded Sydney and its surrounding areas with health experts warning residents with medical conditions to remain indoors.
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If Labour wants to rewrite the rules it needs clearer policies
You can applaud some of John McDonnell’s plan but some parts are vague and others just plain oddLet’s start with the good bits in shadow chancellor John McDonnell’s speech on “rewriting the rules of our economy”. Forcing big accounting firms to split their auditing and consulting units is justified: current conflicts of interest are too great. One can applaud the push to get workers onto boards. And enhanced voting rights for long-term shareholders is an idea worth exploring.If McDonnell had stopped there, he would have had a worthwhile package of reforms. But he moved onto territory that ranged from radical to vague to plain odd. Continue reading...
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S&P 500, Dow retreat from record highs on Home Depot's dull forecast
The S&P 500 and the Dow Jones indexes slipped from record levels on Tuesday as dour forecasts from Home Depot and Kohl's eroded confidence on the strength of U.S. consumer spending ahead of the all-important holiday shopping season.
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After $170M Max Extension, Sixers Still Waiting for Ben Simmons to Hit 3s
CLEVELAND — Year 3 was supposed to be different for Ben Simmons. An All-Star season that ended in playoff disappointment resulted in summer videos of Simmons shooting and making threes, something he hadn't yet done in the NBA ...
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Google Assistant’s latest feature is a personalized audio news feed
Starting today, you can ask Google Assistant to "play me to the news" and it'll create a curated playlist of audio news stories. The feature, called Your News Update, is available on any phone or smart speaker with access to Google Assistant. Each up...
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Great Britain get into Madrid spirit as they prepare for revamped Davis Cup
• GB will first take on Netherlands in round-robin format• Frozen provides lines for Murray, Edmund and CoThe Great Britain players are feeling the Madrid chill this week but their resolve to win the Davis Cup again is underpinned by their long-established bonhomie, and their mischief-making hit a new peak on Tuesday.Giggling in most of the right places, they answered questions before their opening match against the Netherlands on Wednesday with a selection of barely disguised quotes from the Disney cartoon, Frozen, which riffs on Hans Christian Andersen’s The Snow Queen, an appropriate choice given the falling temperatures. Continue reading...
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It’s Time for Gordon Sondland to Get His Story Straight
Trump's EU ambassador prepares to defend his disputed testimony.
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As Tensions Rise Over Defense Costs, U.S. Walks Out Of Talks With South Korea
The U.S. reportedly is demanding South Korea pay $5 billion next year for U.S. troops. The issue is putting stress not seen in years on the decades-old alliance between the U.S. and South Korea.
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How to freeze columns in Microsoft Excel to compare data throughout your spreadsheet
Matias Delacroix/Getty Images You can freeze columns in Excel with a few clicks, and then unfreeze them when you no longer need to view them statically. Freezing a column in Excel makes that pane visible while you scroll to other parts of the worksheet. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Freezing columns in Excel is an easy way to ensure that those panes remain visible as you scroll through the rest of the document.  This allows you to easily compare the data and text in a variety of spots in the worksheet. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Why it's so hard for planes to land on waterSee Also:How to make a pie chart from your spreadsheet data in Microsoft Excel in 5 easy stepsHow to turn off notifications on Windows 10 for individual programs, or all at once'Can you get Microsoft Word on an iPad?': Yes, you can — here's how to download and set it upSEE ALSO: The best all-in-one PCs you can buy
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Arturia’s V Collection 7 plug-in synth suite is $200 off for Black Friday
Arturia creates some of the best plug-in versions of vintage synthesizers; users get authentic new wave and classic rock sounds without filling an entire room with keyboards. Musicians who want to recreate the sounds of decades past can get at least...
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Don Cherry Won't Issue Apology in Order to Return to Hockey Night in Canada
Longtime Hockey Night in Canada commentator Don Cherry said Sportsnet "made it impossible" for him to explain the controversial comments that led to his firing from the network...
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Cities urge boycott of meat companies linked to Amazon fires
Lawmakers in the two biggest U.S. cities want to cut ties with businesses involved with beef imports from Brazil
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THEN AND NOW: 8 tourist attractions that became popular in the 2010s
Getty Images With the advent of social media, specifically Instagram, there are plenty of tourist attractions and destinations that have seen a serious spike in visits. While sometimes this new exposure can boost tourism — and give visitors a once-in-a-lifetime experience — other times it can be detrimental to the environment or safety. Boracay, an island in the Philippines, was called a "cesspool" by its own president. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. These eight destinations and attractions have all seen a significant spike in visitors over the past decade for various reasons, from Instagram to "Game of Thrones." Though tourism can be a positive thing for a city or country's economy, it can also bring upon other negative consequences that can lead an attraction to shut down for good. Keep scrolling to see how much these popular tourist spots have changed over the past 10 years.The Wizarding World of Harry Potter opened in Orlando, Florida, in 2010. John Raoux/AP The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, pictured in 2010, was first rumored in 2003 and officially announced in 2007. It opened its gates to the public in June 2010.  The park has now expanded into both Islands of Adventure and Universal Studios, with more rides, attractions, and a new neighborhood to explore. Kirsten Acuna/INSIDER The park, pictured in 2019, is constantly changing and updating, with a new ride, Hagrid's Magical Creatures Motorbike Adventure, opening this summer. According Forbes, visits to Islands of Adventure have "increased by a staggering 64.5%" since the 2010 opening, with 9.8 million visitors in 2018. Iceland has become one of the most popular tourist destinations over the past decade, and the Blue Lagoon is the most visited attraction in the country. Shutterstock "Tourism in Iceland grew rapidly, with an average year-on-year growth in tourist arrivals of over 25% since 2013, peaking in 2016 with 38% growth," Inga Hlín Pálsdóttir, director at Visit Iceland, told USA TODAY. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:15 of the most underrated travel destinations of the year, so farYou can now book a flight on United's new 'Star Wars'-themed Boeing 737 plane — here's what it's like insideI moved to the US from China — and here are the 29 things on my US bucket list
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2020 hopeful Kamala Harris focuses on black women in South Carolina
"I am fully aware that we are asking people to believe in something that they've not seen before."
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Ferland Mendy on Marcelo: 'I Will Be His Successor' at Real Madrid
Real Madrid left-back Ferland Mendy believes he is capable of eventually being a "successor" to club legend Marcelo...
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Tottenham’s clogged exit route leaves Pochettino’s project treading water | David Hytner
Mauricio Pochettino has been left to use essentially the same squad, but one that is a little less full of zest for the project and more difficult to manageTo understand why it has come to this for Mauricio Pochettino, why his Tottenham team has flatlined in the Premier League and why his continued employment is under scrutiny as never before, it is necessary to consider a concept that he holds dear. It involves the natural cycle of an elite player’s development.When the player is young, he is grateful for opportunity and he seizes it with everything he has. He becomes a regular, a star, a full international. He wants more money. Then, in many cases, he wants an opportunity at another club, a bigger club, perhaps. He thinks that he deserves even more money. Continue reading...
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How Luis Enrique’s Spain return turned from a fiesta into a crisis | Sid Lowe
Robert Moreno always said he would willing step aside for Luis Enrique to retake the reins but something changed and Spain were caught completely off-guardIt should have been the best of news, something to celebrate; instead, the Spanish football federation found itself confronted by another crisis. Luis Enrique, the manager forced to abandon the national team because his nine-year-old daughter had cancer, will return four months after he stepped down and three months after her death.Robert Moreno, his assistant and friend who took charge and led Spain unbeaten to Euro 2020, completing qualification with a 5-0 destruction of Romania, steps aside – something he said he would be “delighted” to do 10 weeks ago. Spain have their manager back and seven months to prepare for the summer. Continue reading...
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Why ‘The Mandalorian’ cites Fortnite dev Epic Games in its credits
"The Mandalorian" is the first big Disney+ original, and creator Jon Favreau turned to Unreal Engine video game tech to help bring it to life.
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Trump dismisses health rumors and accuses the media of being "sick"
After the president made an unannounced hospital visit this weekend, rumors circulated, without evidence, that he might have suffered a heart attack
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I Have to Tell You Something Very Important About Honeybees
I simply must inform you of this crucial bee fact: When bees get trapped in water, they use their wings as hydrofoils to surf back to the safety of land.Read more...
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Hershey's Head of Media Talks Leveraging Data to Create Content
Here's why data is actually an unlikely benefit for the creative development of the advertising industry.
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Find Out Which 2020 Democratic Candidate You Agree With Most With This Quiz
With the recent news of former Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick’s entry into the 2020 presidential race—and the very real possibility of Michael Bloomberg’s run—keeping up with all 18 of the candidates’ proposed policies is becoming more difficult by the day. (We’ve tried. Here are a few of our guides on where…Read more...
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LaMelo Ball: I’m already better than brother Lonzo
LaMelo Ball is expected to be among the top picks in the 2020 NBA draft. Lavar Ball’s youngest son told a teammate in Australia he believes he’s already a better player than his older brother, Lonzo. Lonzo Ball was the second overall pick in the draft in 2017 by the Lakers, before he was traded...
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Obama Officials React to Trump Press Secretary’s Claim They Left Mean Notes at the White House
“It’s appalling that she thinks our notes would have been that lame.”
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Every single Katherine Heigl movie, ranked
Warner Bros. Pictures, Lionsgate Films, Lionsgate Films Katherine Heigl is best known for her role on the television show "Grey's Anatomy" and for her work in romantic comedies like "27 Dresses" (2008). Insider ranked all of Heigl's films based on critical scores on Rotten Tomatoes. "King of the Hill" (1993) and "Knocked Up" (2007) currently stand as her highest-rated films on Rotten Tomatoes.  However, other films like "Caffeine" (2007) and "One For the Money" (2012) received low scores from critics across the board.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Katherine Heigl is known for her former role on ABC's "Grey's Anatomy" and for her work in romantic comedies throughout the early 2000s.  And although she's been in a few hits, not every film she's been in has been well-received by critics.  Here is every movie in Katherine Heigl's filmography, ranked by critic scores on Rotten Tomatoes. Note: All scores were current on the date of publication and are subject to change. Documentaries and films without critical ratings were not included. Heigl's lowest-ranked film is "Caffeine" (2007). First Look Pictures Rotten Tomatoes score: 0% Synopsis: The comedy "Caffeine" hones in on the comings and goings of patrons at the Black Cat Cafe in London and their interconnected relationships. Katherine Heigl played Laura, the ex-girlfriend of one patron (Andrew Lee Potts) and the blind date of another (Daz Crawford).  She played Stephanie Plum in "One for the Money" (2012). Lionsgate Films Rotten Tomatoes score: 2% Synopsis: The comedic thriller "One for the Money" tells the story of Stephanie Plum (Heigl), a woman who starts working for her cousin's bail-bonding company in a last-ditch effort to make extra cash. Despite her lack of experience, Stephanie goes after the company's most elusive bail-jumper: a murder suspect (Jason O'Mara) who also happens to be her former high-school sweetheart.  In "Home Sweet Hell" (2015) she played Mona. Vertical Entertainment Rotten Tomatoes score: 5% Synopsis: "Home Sweet Hell" is a dark comedy starring Patrick Wilson and Heigl as Don and Mona Champagne, a suburban couple with a seemingly idyllic marriage. When an outside party seeks to extort them, Mona goes to great lengths to keep her perfect life intact.  See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:13 of the best and 13 of the worst movies of the decade, according to audiencesWhat 21 actors took from movie setsStylists and designers reveal the 11 trends we'll be seeing everywhere in 2020
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Impeachment witnesses suggest Hunter Biden’s Ukraine ties could be conflict of interest
A pair of White House officials testified during the House impeachment inquiry Tuesday that Hunter Biden’s sweetheart gig on the board of directors of a Ukrainian energy giant while his father was vice president appeared to be a conflict of interest. Under questioning from upstate New York GOP Rep. Elise Stefanik, Lt. Col. Alexander Vidman,...
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