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DOE shelled out for GPS units — in Africa and California: report
The city Education Department shelled out taxpayer money for scores of GPS units clearly unrelated to DOE vehicles — including one off the coast of Africa and about 30 in California, a scathing new report shows. The global glitch is just the tip of the iceberg of massive, multimillion-dollar issues with the DOE’s school-bus tracking...
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Brandi Redmond fires back at parenting critics
Brandi Redmond has a thing or two to say about critics coming after her parenting.
New York Post
Gold toilet from Winston Churchill’s home is stolen
The toilet, part of a former art exhibition, was found stolen in an Oxford palace. Currently, one person has been arrested in connection to the theft. Read more...More about Art, Mashable Video, Culture, England, and Winston Churchill
Something Elizabeth Warren may not have a plan for
Julian Zelizer writes that whoever the Democrats pick as their presidential nominee will face a perilous political landscape in which the old rules of campaigning don't apply. They'd better have a plan for dealing with it.
YouTube TV-friendly interface to soon be removed
Designed to make watching YouTube on computers or Google TV easier, Google has decided to end the feature. Users will instead have to rely on other means, such as a gaming console or streaming box, to watch their favorite videos in a TV-like format. Read more...More about Tech, Tv, Google, Youtube, and Mashable Video
Fans go crazy after Ash Ketchum finally becomes a Pokémon League champion
The 10-year-old trainer won the championship in the Alola league. Pokémon fans, who have journeyed with Ash for two decades, had a lot to celebrate on Twitter. Read more...More about Mashable Video, Pokemon, Video Games, Anime, and Tv Show
Shane Gillis dropped by 'SNL' over racist and homophobic comments
Shane Gillis is no longer going to be on Saturday Night Live, a spokesperson for the show said in a statement on behalf of Lorne Michaels on Monday. Gillis's parting with SNL came four days after the announcement first saying he'd be joining the show. Shortly after the news dropped, clips of Gillis began circulating online that showed him making racist and homophobic comments. The spokesperson said that they did not properly vet Gillis and were unaware of these remarks. "After talking with Shane Gillis, we have decided that he will not be joining SNL," the statement reads. "We want SNL to have a variety of voices and points of view within the show, and we hired Shane on the strength of his talent as comedian and his impressive audition for SNL. We were not aware of his prior remarks that have surfaced over the past few days. The language he used is offensive, hurtful and unacceptable. We are sorry that we did not see these clips earlier, and that our vetting process was not up to our standard." Read more...More about Saturday Night Live, Entertainment, Discrimination, and Movies Tv Shows
Villa out of relegation zone with West Ham draw
Aston Villa move out of the relegation zone by drawing with a West Ham side who finish with 10 men after Arthur Masuaku's red card.
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Amber Rose’s boyfriend Alexander ‘AE’ Edwards gets $250K permanent diamond grill
Celebrity dentist Dr. Sands installed his sparkly new smile.
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Trump stops short of blaming Iran for Saudi oil attacks
Donald Trump stopped short of blaming Iran for the attacks on Saudi soil, but said people would likely find out very soon who is responsible. Speaking at the Oval Office during a meeting with the crown prince of Bahrain, the president also stressed that America's oil reserves are plentiful.
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Iran’s behind the Saudi oil attack and other commentary
Foreign desk: Iran’s Behind the Saudi Oil Attack Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s decision to blame Iran for Saturday’s attacks on the Saudi oil industry was “obvious and necessary,” writes Eli Lake at Bloomberg Opinion. It was obvious because “the Houthi rebels in Yemen,” who claimed responsibility for the attack, “lack the drones, missiles or...
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Turkey, Russia, Iran agree steps to ease tensions in Syria's Idlib despite lingering differences
The leaders of Turkey, Russia and Iran meeting in Ankara on Monday agreed to try to ease tensions in northwest Syria's Idlib region, but disagreements between the countries appeared to linger, especially over the threat from Islamic State.
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Trump says looks like Iran was behind Saudi oil attacks
U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday said it looked like Iran was behind attacks on oil plants in Saudi Arabia at the weekend that raised fears of a fresh Middle East conflict, but added that he did not want war with anyone.
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To Avoid a Security Bug, Make Sure You're Running the Latest Version of the LastPass Extension
If you’re a LastPass user, you should make sure that you’re currently running the latest version of the browser extension.Read more...
Ric Ocasek’s wife reveals how she discovered The Cars frontman had died
"Ric was at home recuperating well after surgery," Paulina Porizkova wrote in a statement published on Instagram Monday.
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Missing Kenyan boy featured in Roma social media campaign found
A Kenyan boy who featured in a 'missing child' social media campaign launched by Roma has been found and returned to his family.
BBC Sport - Sport
Isis leader urges members to free detainees from camps
Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi said group is still carrying out attacks in new alleged audioThe leader of the Islamic State group released a new alleged audio recording on Monday calling on members of the extremist group to do all they can to free Isis detainees and women held in jails and camps.The purported audio by Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, in which he also said that his group is carrying out attacks in different countries, was his first public statement since April, when the shadowy leader appeared in a video for the first time in five years. Continue reading...
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Amazon fires back at book publishers, says captions are fair use
"Audible Captions is not a book of any kind," Audible writes in court filing.
Ars Technica
The State of Comedy in 2019
Welcome to our weeklong exploration of comedy in 2019.
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Microsoft Surface Laptop 3: Everything you need to know
Microsoft is expected to launch a new Surface Laptop 3 soon. But what will it be like?
Digital Trends | Technology News and Product Reviews
Florida man who dresses like Jack Sparrow found dead after vanishing on paddleboard
A Florida man known for his Captain Jack Sparrow get-up has been found dead in a bay after he vanished over the weekend on a paddleboard, authorities said. Joshua Grant Hensley — who was known by locals as “Captain Jack” — was recovered by divers Monday afternoon in Kings Bay by divers, the Orlando Sentinel...
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A blast heard for miles
Trump downplays Middle East oil production, and a propane blast in Maine. It's Monday's news.       
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Influencer makes over $100K a year thanks to her long tongue
She’s licking up the likes. Social-media sensation Mikayla Saravia has an abnormally long tongue — and rakes in more than $100,000 a year flaunting it on the ‘gram, often in sexually suggestive poses. “Last year I made a little under $50K — should be better this year because I’ve already doubled that amount,” the Florida native...
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What is the Strategic Petroleum Reserve?
World's largest stockpile of emergency oil has been tapped only three times — it may be time for a fourth
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SNL drops Shane Gillis from cast over racist comments
Podcast footage surfaced of comedian making racist, homophobic and misogynistic commentsThe comedian Shane Gillis will not join the cast of Saturday Night Live, the show announced on Monday.In response, Gillis said he was “a comedian … funny enough to get SNL. That can’t be taken away.” Continue reading...
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Pierce Brosnan supports son Paris on the runway at London Fashion Week
The actor cheered his son on at Naomi Campbell's charity fashion event.
New York Post
Supply, demand and 'geopolitical tensions': How oil prices rise
"The tentacles of oil reach far beyond the country where action or inaction take place," an expert told ABC News.
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Amazon slashes the prices of Echo Show 5 and Facebook Portal smart displays
Smart home smart displays enrich, engage, and entertain users. Amazon slashed the prices on the Echo Show 5 and other Alexa smart displays and Walmart cut the price of a Lenovo Smart Display with Google Assistant.
Digital Trends | Technology News and Product Reviews
U.S. bomb-sniffing dogs dying in Jordan, according to report
About 170 Explosive Detection Canines trained by U.S. officials are currently working abroad – and several in Jordan have died
CBS News - Breaking News, U.S., World, Business, Entertainment & Video
Yonkers mom found passed out on stroller with PCP-laced cigar
A Yonkers mom was arrested after cops allegedly found her passed out and slumped over a double stroller with her 6-month-old twin daughters inside – and a cigar laced with PCP in her hand, police said. Jessica Reyes, 30, was busted shortly after 2 p.m. Friday on Mill Street after officers were tipped off about...
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Tourist headbutts Venetian gondolier over boat selfie
It’s rough out there for a gondolier. Venetian boatmen often have to contend with crowded waterways and rude tourists who spend the whole ride distracted by their phones, shout or dangerously stand up and cause boats to capsize. And apparently, rowdy tourists also headbutt. That’s what happened recently to one Venetian boatman when a group...
New York Post
Amazon juiced its search algorithm to sell its own products over competitors’
Amazon has reportedly been adjusting its product-search system so that products that are more profitable for the company appear higher in search results than those that it receives a smaller profit on, The Wall Street Journal reports.
Digital Trends | Technology News and Product Reviews
Prevent SIM-Swapping Hackers From Stealing Your Phone Number—and the Rest of Your Identity
You know what’s worse than having your password stolen? Having your phone number stolen. SIM-swapping, a type of identity theft, is a means for scammers to get access to your phone number and all of the personal accounts secured through it. Read more...
Is That White Chocolate or the Surface of Mars?
A new image of dunes on the Martian north pole looks a lot like a candy bar. Read more...
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How to Humanize Your Brand to Win on Social Media
It doesn't matter how big your reach is if your audience won't engage with your content.
Entrepreneur - Start, run and grow your business.
Shane Gillis Dropped From ‘S.N.L.’ Cast Amid Criticism of Racist Slurs
A few days after Gillis was named to the cast, the show said that he would not stay on, and that it had been unaware of his offensive remarks.
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Oil soars after attack on Saudi facilities, stocks dip
Oil prices soared on Monday after attacks on crude facilities in Saudi Arabia cut the kingdom's production in half and sparked worries over the impact of an oil shock on economic growth, halting a positive run in world stock markets as investors reached for less-risky assets.
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The Google Pixel 4 launches October 15
We'll see the Pixel 4 and probably a bunch of other Google hardware.
Ars Technica
Trump has always measured himself against Obama's legacy, now he's griping about Obama chasing him
For all of President Donald Trump's gripes with his predecessor, this could prove the most galling: his entry into television. - RSS Channel
Senator Alerted F.B.I. to New Kavanaugh Allegation
A Democratic senator expressed concern last year that the F.B.I. was not following up on allegations against the Supreme Court nominee.
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Evidence indicates Iranian arms used in Saudi attack, Riyadh says
Saudi Arabia said on Monday that the attack on its oil facilities was carried out with Iranian weapons, according to a preliminary investigation, but stopped short of directly blaming regional foe Iran.
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Ric Ocasek, The Cars frontman, has died at age 75
The New York Police Department said there was no sign of foul play; the rock and roll hall of famer died at age 75 from heart disease
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Over 450K people have entered Andrew Yang’s $1,000-a-month giveaway
Andrew Yang’s contest to give away $120,000 to 10 Americans over the course of a year has attracted the attention of almost half a million people, according to a new report. The raffle, which Yang announced during last Thursday’s debate, has apparently helped the 2020 Democratic longshot raise $1 million after 450,000 people entered the...
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Three Leaders of Women’s March Group Step Down After Controversies
The departures come after years of discord and charges of anti-Semitism and at a time the group is gearing up for political engagement in the 2020 elections.
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Microsoft’s annual Build developer conference kicks off on May 19th
Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Microsoft will host its 2020 Build developer conference in Seattle from Tuesday, May 19th to Thursday, May 21st, the company announced today. Microsoft didn’t say when tickets will go on sale, but does have a general mailing list you can sign up for to get information about the event. Build is one of Microsoft’s biggest events of the year, and although the event is focused on developers, the company uses it to preview its latest Windows road map as well as updates and features coming to Office, its Edge browser, the Cortana voice assistant, and other software and services. This far out, it’s hard to predict exactly what the company might talk about at this conference — but perhaps it will include updates on things announced at October’s Surface event. Announcing the event this far in advance is somewhat out of the ordinary for the company — the past two years, Microsoft announced the dates for Build in February. However, today’s blog post also listed dates for other big Microsoft events through this year and into 2020, so perhaps Microsoft wanted to make scheduling easier for people who work in the Microsoft ecosystem. It also might be easier for developers who work with both Microsoft and Google tools, because Microsoft’s Build has overlapped with Google’s I/O developer conference for the past two years. Google hasn’t yet shared dates for the 2020 iteration of I/O, but maybe, with Microsoft hosting the event a little later in May than usual, they won’t overlap. We’ll have to wait and see if the companies will again go head-to-head in one of the busiest weeks in tech.
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General Motors Workers Begin Nationwide Strike
Nearly 50,000 General Motors workers are on strike. They're protesting contract issues such as wages, health care and other benefits at a time when their union is under investigation for corruption.
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Boeing Report To Include Overhaul Of Safety Procedures
Boeing's board of directors will soon receive recommendations aimed at making the company's planes safer. This comes after two 737 MAX jets crashed, killing all passengers and crew.
News : NPR
World Oil Prices Spike After Saudi Facilities Attacked
Oil prices jumped on Monday in response to a weekend strikes in Saudi Arabia that crippled more than half the country's oil production. It was the single-largest daily surge in crude prices in years.
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