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Master the entire Microsoft Office Suite with this $19 training
Regardless of what industry you’re in, it’s almost impossible to escape Microsoft Office. At some point, you’ll use one of the many apps for anything from presentations to data entry. So, understanding all the ins and outs can help enhance your efficiency and performance in the workplace, while making you an indispensable employee. The thing...
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'Never surrender': Hong Kong's protest graffiti – in pictures
It’s been more than 100 days since anti-government protesters took to the streets of Hong Kong, calling for the complete withdrawal of a controversial extradition bill, an independent inquiry into police brutality, the retraction of the word ‘riot’ to describe the rallies, and genuine universal suffrage. Even though the Hong Kong government formally withdrew the controversial bill this month, many protesters have vowed to continue the fight until all their demands are met as many demonstrations ended up in violent clashes with the police after much chaos and vandalism. Expressing their opinions on the streets, many young protesters have left their imprints on the roads, walls and buildings by spray-painting slogans and symbols that resonate with their discontent against the government Continue reading...
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'Such brutality': tricked into slavery in the Thai fishing industry
A survivor’s graphic memoir and a feature film reveal horrific exploitation and violence on the high seas – and the shame of the world’s complicityIn 2006, a young Cambodian sculptor, Vannak Anan Prum, left his village to look for labouring work. He needed to earn enough money to pay for his wife Sokun’s impending hospital stay to give birth to their first child. He intended to be away for two months.He would not see his wife again for five years. After a middleman on the Thai-Cambodian border promised he could earn a lot of money drying fish, Prum was sold into slave labour, sent to sea on a fishing trawler. He was forced to work around the clock and through storms, allowed a maximum two hours’ sleep by day and two hours at night. Continue reading...
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Sport sponsors must join the war on doping, says anti-drug boss
Call follows emergence of new Russian scandalSport sponsors should help fund the fight against the illegal use of performance-enhancing drugs, according to the head of the UK’s anti-doping agency. Nicole Sapstead, chief executive of UK Anti-Doping (UKAD), also urged them to ask what steps the teams and events they were sponsoring were taking to tackle doping.Her call came amid concerns about a fresh doping scandal emerging in Russia. “I would ask sponsors who get behind massive major events or teams, shouldn’t some of that sponsorship be carved out and put into promoting clean sport or challenging that sport as to what due diligence they have done about their anti-doping programme?” said Sapstead. “Do you really want to put your brand with somebody who may be found wanting?” Continue reading...
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Apple gets US approval for Mac Pro tariff exemptions
President Trump may have claimed in July that Apple wouldn't get tariff exemptions for the redesigned Mac Pro, but the reality is very different. The US Trade Representative's office has confirmed that regulators approved 10 out of 15 of the company...
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UPDATE 1-SoftBank mulls bringing 40 companies to Brazil -exec
Japan's SoftBank Group Corp is considering bringing around 40 companies with high growth potential to Brazil and expects to announce a large investment in the country in around two weeks' time, the group's head in Brazil, André Maciel, said on Friday.
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Man City 8-0 Watford: Pep Guardiola's side silence critics in emphatic style
Manchester City's thrashing of Watford was exactly the response Pep Guardiola was looking for following last weekend's defeat by Norwich.
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Shooting at South Carolina Bar Leaves 2 Dead and 8 Wounded, Officials Say
The shooting happened early Saturday morning near Lancaster, S.C. The gunman remained at large.
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Lawmakers Court Trump on Gun Safety, With Some Appealing to His Ego
President Trump is expected to decide next week whether to defy the N.R.A. and embrace a bill expanding background checks for gun buyers.
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Americans Trust Police More Than Congress, Study Finds
The most trusted leader of them all? The public school principal, according to a Pew Research Center study on Americans’ faith in powerful people and institutions.
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Eliot Engel weakens Hamas sanctions bill after lobbying from Qatar
A bill that would sanction sponsors of Palestinian terrorism was watered down significantly after a lobbying campaign by the Palestinian Authority and Qatar targeted Bronx Rep. Eliot Engel, chair of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, public filings show. When the Palestinian International Terrorism Support Prevention Act was first introduced by Florida Republican Brian Mast in...
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Biden says Trump deserves to be investigated
Former Vice President Joe Biden says Donald Trump “could be impeached” depending on the results of a House investigation. The probe concerns whether the president asked Ukraine’s president to investigate Biden’s son, Hunter.
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China accuses Pelosi of interfering in Hong Kong
China is accusing U.S. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi of interfering in its affairs with Hong Kong. Bonnie Leung, the vice chair of the Human Civil Rights Front, one of the organizers of the protests currently underway in Hong Kong, joins CBSN to discuss the latest developments.
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Cory Booker needs $1.7M before October to stay in race, campaign says
Senator Cory Booker's campaign said only four campaigns have the money and organization to win the nomination.
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Nothing could stop Daniel Jones from saving the Giants
The plan had changed. The decision was made. Daniel Jones was QB1. The 5-foot-11, 148-pound high school sophomore had watched the start of Charlotte Latin’s 2012 season-opener from the bench, playing behind a 6-foot-4, 200-pound upperclassman from the Midwest. “He looked the part. He was supposed to be this hot-shot quarterback, and we found out...
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Notre Dame will prove its doubters wrong versus Georgia
It’s often said that every time Notre Dame takes on elite teams — Clemson, Alabama and other SEC powers — the Fighting Irish get embarrassed. Brian Kelly is a good coach, but he’s not a heavyweight contender, right? Two years ago as a freshman, quarterback Jake Fromm made his first career start and led Georgia...
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NASA’s troubled next-generation rocket is finally assembled
NASA's Space Launch System has been troubled, suffering from delays and ballooning costs. Progress is being made, however, and recently NASA shared an update on the rocket.
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Shooting at South Carolina bar leaves 2 dead, 8 injured
Police in Lancaster are investigating the shooting at the Old Skool Sports Bar & Grill
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How to Take Burst Photos on iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max
Burst Mode refers to when the camera on your iPhone captures a series of photos in rapid succession, at a rate of ten frames per second. It's a great way to shoot an action scene or an unexpected event, since you're always more likely to end up with the picture you were aiming for. Apple has changed the way Burst Mode works in its redesigned Camera app for iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro devices. On older iPhones and on iPads, you simply tap and hold the shutter button at the bottom of the Camera interface for the duration of the scene that you're trying to capture. However, on the iPhone 11 series you have to press the shutter button and drag it towards the square displaying the last image you shot. The shutter will stretch elastically under your finger as you do. Notice that the counter increases in the shutter's original position for as long as you hold it down. This indicates how many shots are being captured in the current burst. Simply take your finger off the shutter when you want to end the burst of shots. When you take a series of burst photos, they automatically appear in the Photos app under the Album name Bursts. You'll also find them in your main Photo Library. To learn how to view and select the best of your Burst photos in the Photos app, click here. This article, "How to Take Burst Photos on iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max" first appeared on MacRumors.comDiscuss this article in our forums
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Reena Ninan: What Cokie Roberts meant to me
CBS News' Reena Ninan pays tribute to veteran journalist Cokie Roberts. Roberts died Tuesday due to complications from breast cancer.
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Video: Watch No. 23 Cal Avoid Ole Miss Upset Bid with Wild Goal-Line Sequence
No. 23 California ran its season-opening winning streak to four games Saturday thanks to a goal-line stand that preserved a 28-20 win over Mississippi...
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Joe Burrow Throws for 398 Yards, 6 TDs as No. 4 LSU Throttles Vanderbilt
The No. 4 LSU Tigers passed their first SEC test of the 2019 season with flying colors Saturday, crushing the Vanderbilt Commodores 66-38 at Vanderbilt Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee...
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Peex let me remix augmented reality sounds at Elton John’s concert
Peex is a United Kingdom tech startup that has invented a concert audio remixing system that lets fans control and customize the audio at live concerts, allowing them to hear the music with close to studio-quality remixed sounds. Peex Live promises to deliver perfect sounds, no matter where your seats are in a big stadium. […]
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How to decide where to start with Apple Arcade based on your gaming tastes
Apple Arcade is a blessing for fans of mobile games, but also a curse: with so much great stuff to choose from, where do you even start? Some people will no doubt download absolutely everything and then randomly pick things to check out until something clicks (hi, it me). That's a perfectly reasonable approach to take, but some of us have tighter constraints on our time. Lucky for you, I play lots and lots of games, and I've spent the past week tooling around with every Apple Arcade game I had time for. I still haven't touched every single one – it's a lot to go through! – but I've played enough to get a good feel for what's on offer and single out some favorites. Read more...More about Apple, Apple Arcade, Entertainment, and Gaming
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Biden urges investigation into Trump Ukraine call
Former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden, a frontrunner for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, on Saturday called for an investigation into reports that President Donald Trump pressed his Ukrainian counterpart to investigate Biden and his son.
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Labour conference: police backtrack after barring activist
Sussex police reverse decision to bar activist from Brighton event after legal challengeA Labour member who was barred from the party conference by police in a “dangerous precedent” has been granted access after lawyers challenged the decision.Sam Knights, a co-founder of Extinction Rebellion and delegate from the South Islington and Finsbury local Labour party, was initially refused accreditation to attend the conference in Brighton by Sussex police, despite having been cleared by Labour. Alex Tiffin, a writer and activist, was also blocked by police from attending. Continue reading...
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Memorial garden dedicated for NYPD hero Steven McDonald
Hundreds gathered at Westwood Park in Malverne, LI Saturday morning for the dedication of the “Garden of Forgiveness,” which honors the life and legacy of hero NYPD cop Steven McDonald.
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Cory Booker: I won't continue campaign if we fail to do this
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Cory Booker has told supporters he needs to raise nearly $2 million by the end of September to remain competitive in the 2020 race.
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Giants vs. Braves: Johnny Cueto will pass his biggest test
It’s the end of the road for Mayor Bill de Blasio and Antonio Brown. De Blasio announced his presidential campaign is over while the Patriots cut ties with the troubled Brown. Good news, bad news for New Yorkers. The Jets will not see Brown this weekend, but the city will unfortunately be seeing a lot...
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Is Arsenal’s strategy of playing out from the back too great a risk? | Jonathan Wilson
Sokratis Papastathopoulos’s blunder against Watford is part of a recent trend that will have many sides questioning whether the adoption of this high-risk strategy is worth itL ast Sunday, when the Arsenal defender Sokratis Papastathopoulos attempted to pass the ball from inside his own penalty area to Mattéo Guendouzi just outside it and in doing so gifted Watford a goal that allowed them back into the game, he joined a recent trend. Everybody wants to play out from the back, but in the past few months doing so has proved exceptionally risky: John Stones against the Netherlands, Plamen Iliev for Bulgaria against England, Michael Keane against Kosovo, Nicolás Otamendi against Norwich – the list of those who have given goals away trying to build from deep grows by the week.Arsenal had looked suspect long before Tom Cleverley’s goal but didn’t amend their approach. They were playing it out from the back in Frankfurt on Thursday and presumably will do again against Aston Villa on Sunday afternoon. That’s the way they play, no matter the danger. Continue reading...
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Baby Anoush offers a modish twist to past experiments in childrearing | Catherine Bennett
The baby Anoush case offers a modish twist to past childrearing experimentsRegardless of their reasoning, the very ambition of the gender-neutral experiment embarked upon by parents Hobbit Humphrey and Jake England-Johns surely deserves some sort of recognition.As they have explained in a much-studied BBC interview, the parents of an adorable 17-month-old called Anoush have already taken gender neutrality far beyond anything usually practised by enlightened carers and educators. Where less enterprising parents have rested their gender-neutral/-free hopes in, for instance, the liberating avoidance of stereotypical toys and clothing, and of traditionally girl/boy activities and endearments, England-Johns and Humphrey not only shun sex-identifying pronouns on behalf of their infant, but conceal his or her biological sex from family members. Continue reading...
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US news | The Guardian
Brexit divisions threaten to plunge Labour party conference into chaos
Senior shadow ministers publicly defy Jeremy Corbyn with calls for Labour to back remainJeremy Corbyn was struggling to contain an open revolt by some of his most senior shadow ministers, MPs and party activists last night as anger over his refusal to back a policy of remaining in the EU threatened to wreck the Labour conference. Related: What should Labour do about Brexit? Five key party voices Continue reading...
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US news | The Guardian
Man who shot officer is bicyclist who earlier fired on woman, police say
Michael Blackman, 45, managed to get away from both shootings and should be considered armed and dangerous, a Chicago police spokesman tweeted Saturday.
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Utah police: death toll could rise in bus crash that killed four Chinese tourists
Twelve people in hospital and all 31 people on board hurtVisitors from China had been at Zion national park in UtahFour people died on Friday after a tour bus carrying visitors from China crashed on a highway in the red-rock landscape of southern Utah.Robert Driedonks, who said he heard the crash from the wildlife museum he owns nearby, said it sounded like “a bomb going off”. He ran to the scene, rushing to help terrified people as best he could, though they could not understand his words. Continue reading...
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No. 13 Wisconsin Routs No. 11 Michigan; Jonathan Taylor Totals 238 Yards, 2 TDs
The No. 13 Wisconsin Badgers earned their biggest win of the 2019 season to date by knocking off the 11th-ranked Michigan Wolverines, 35-14, at Camp Randall Stadium on Saturday...
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San Diego Padres fire manager Andy Green near end of ninth straight losing season
The San Diego Padres fired manager Andy Green Saturday with eight games to go in another dismal season.
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Man who created NYC subway map says ‘it’s a mess,’ calls for improvements
John Tauranac put New York City’s subway on the map — literally. The lifelong Upper West Sider, now 80, was the creative director for the MTA’s 1979 rail map, a version of which is still posted in every station today. But Tauranac doesn’t think it should be there anymore. “It’s a mess,” he said. Among...
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Biden says Trump "could be impeached" based on House probe results
Biden's comments come amid reports that President Trump asked the Ukrainian president to investigate Biden's son
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Emmys 2019: The Post’s critic predicts this year’s top winners
The 71st annual Emmy Awards airs Sunday on Fox.
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New York Post
Test your Emmys 2019 knowledge with this quiz
“Game of Thrones” could break its own record, set in 2015, for most Emmy wins in a single season, if the show grabs just three awards Sunday. (It already won 10 at the recent Creative Arts Emmys.) But “GoT” isn’t the only game in town. How much do you know about the year’s buzziest shows?...
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New York Post
Warren highlights violence against transgender women of color
Elizabeth Warren named the 18 transgender women of color who have been killed this year at the LGBTQ forum in Iowa.
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ABC News: Top Stories
Black America saddles up to own its cowboy heritage
African American artists are taking wild west style from the fringes to the cultural mainstreamAmerica is never far from the frontier mentality and 2019 is proving no exception, with an African American cultural boom in all things cowboy, known colloquially as “the yee-haw agenda”. Surprised? You should not be. African American cowboys have largely been erased from the record by Hollywood narratives starring John Wayne and Robert Redford, but were estimated to amount to one in four in the wild west. Now artists and musicians seem determined to put a stop to the exclusion with figures including Beyoncé, her sister Solange Knowles and Cardi B adopting western style.One reason is the increased awareness of the part African Americans played on the western ranges at the end of slavery, when many former slaves headed to Texas looking for work. Continue reading...
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US news | The Guardian
Otobong Nkanga’s work knows no boundaries ... or museum walls
Artist’s radical new show at Tate St Ives, explores Africa’s relationship with the WestOtobong Nkanga is doing away with boundaries. Surveying the blank expanse of the Tate St Ives extension under its softly diffused light, she explains that more than 100 of her works will be shown without any partition walls, withdrawing the visual cues that would traditionally make order of an exhibition as big as hers.For a show exploring the politics of empire, of land acquisition and environmental damage, of borders and ownership, it seems a deliberate and poignant choice. Nkanga, who was born in Nigeria and lives in Belgium, has been creating exciting, multi- disciplinary work for almost 20 years. Continue reading...
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TiVo Reportedly Rolling Out Pre-Roll Ads That Play Before Users Can Watch Recorded Video
TiVo is introducing skippable pre-roll ads before customers can watch shows taped on their retail DVRs, Light Reading reported, with a spokesperson telling the site it will be a “permanent part of the service.”Read more...
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Andrew McCarthy: What is Trump-Biden clash over Ukraine and whistleblower all about?
The fact that Joe Biden may end up being President Trump’s rival in the 2020 election does not immunize the former vice president from investigation.
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Politica
Love in the Time of Democrats
Senators Warren and Booker shone in a forum focused on the lives of L.G.B.T.Q. Americans.
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Five embarrassingly easy ways to fix America’s health care mess
The path out of our health care mess is embarrassingly simple and has broad American support.
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