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NCAA’s latest player allowance isn’t going to cut it
It’s a nice try by the NCAA. But not enough. The last vestige of slave labor is finally about to end. The NCAA said recently that it will allow some student-athletes to get paid for endorsing products. I’ve written about this a lot in the past. If the NCAA and colleges make money off their...
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Knicks deliver loud message in Cavaliers revenge
This game will surely leave Knicks president Steve Mills silent. One week after The Mills Press Conference Game against the Cavaliers, the Knicks went from the outhouse to the penthouse against Cleveland as Julius Randle broke out for a season-high 30 points in a 123-105 rout Monday at the Garden. Randle scored 23 of his...
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Halsey and Evan Peters’ baby-bump grab possibly a publicity play
"Halsey is just being cute and provocative. That’s her game.”
New York Post
Jewish gravestones used as cobblestones in Prague to be returned to Old Jewish Cemetery
Pieces of Jewish gravestones unearthed during excavation work in Prague will be returned to the Czech capital's Old Jewish Cemetery.
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Guards on Duty During Epstein Suicide May Face Charges
Two prison workers who were guarding Jeffrey Epstein when he hanged himself could be charged as early as this week with falsifying records.
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Christine Blasey Ford said she believes it was her 'duty' to come forward with sexual assault allegation against Brett Kavanaugh
Tom Williams-Pool/Getty Images In a rare public appearance, Christine Blasey Ford, who accused US Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, said she felt it was her "duty as a citizen" to come forward with the allegation. Blasey Ford, a psychology professor at Palo Alto University in California, accepted the ACLU of Southern California's Rodger Baldwin Courage Award on Sunday for speaking out against Kavanaugh. During Sunday's speech, the California professor went on to detail how much her life had changed after publicly testifying before Congress, including the added security measures her family had to take after much criticism and scrutiny. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. In a rare public appearance, Christine Blasey Ford, who accused US Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, said she felt it was her "duty as a citizen" to come forward. Blasey Ford, a psychology professor at Palo Alto University in California, accepted the ACLU of Southern California's Rodger Baldwin Courage Award on Sunday for speaking out against Kavanaugh.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:34 of the most dangerous things science has strongly linked to cancerA Stanford design professor says switching out 'but' and 'have to' from your vocabulary will help you make better decisionsThis is how the world's 5 youngest billionaires spend their time and moneySEE ALSO: Christine Blasey Ford says she decided to come forward after reporters were sitting outside of her house and showing up in her classroom where she taught
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The GOP’s “Real Deal” Defense Is Fake
The aid suspension was an inadvertent test not of the Ukrainian president’s sincerity, but of Trump’s.
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South Dakota: 'Meth. We're on it,' and we're sticking with anti-drug slogan
"Hey Twitter, the whole point of this ad campaign is to raise awareness," Gov. Kristi Noem said Monday afternoon. "So I think that’s working."
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Jeffrey Epstein's guards could face charges this week: Source
The charges are likely to include falsifying prison records
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Yancey Strickler Is a Softie for Weird Art
He founded Kickstarter so people could make more of it.
Slate Articles
Hong Kong leader hopes for peaceful resolution of university standoff
Hong Kong's embattled leader, Carrie Lam, hopes a standoff between police and anti-government protesters at a major university can be resolved peacefully, she said on Tuesday, adding that she had told police to handle it in a humane way.
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Cooper: An important week just got more interesting
As the public impeachment hearings into President Donald Trump ramp up, so do Trump's attacks on witnesses, labeling some witnesses "never Trumpers" and threatening to remove them from White House positions, sources say. CNN's Anderson Cooper reports.
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See it: Police rescue kidnapped 8-year-old hiding in laundry basket
Video footage captured the moment Texas police officers burst through a hotel room door and rescue a kidnapped 8-year-old girl hiding in a basket of laundry. The body camera footage released by police shows cops in Fort Worth bang on the door and demand the kidnapper raise his hands when they enter the room. Once...
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Sandra Lee makes first post-Gov. Cuomo solo red carpet appearance
Lee has rented a home in Beverly Hills next door to Rihanna.
New York Post
Coca farmers march, police fire tear gas in worsening Bolivia unrest
Thousands of Bolivian coca farmers marched on Monday to demand the resignation of interim President Jeanine Anez, who was forced to suspend a trip to her home province earlier in the day after receiving a death threat. 
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Hugh Laurie captains a sinking space cruise ship in teaser for Avenue 5
It's HBO's new comedy series from Veep creator Armando Iannuci.
Ars Technica
What’s behind Liz Warren’s humiliating retreat on ‘Medicare for All’?
The clear loser of the Democratic primary is Medicare for All. First, the policy demonstrated the unreliability of Kamala Harris out of the gate, when she endorsed it before quickly backing off. Now, it has blunted the momentum of Elizabeth Warren, made a mockery of her claim to be an uber-wonk and shredded her implicit...
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Better late than never -- Trump's latest gift to Netanyahu
The Trump administration's reversal of decades of US foreign policy on Israeli settlements in the West Bank has been in the works for a year, says a US official, but the timing couldn't have been better for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Politica
4-Star SF Prospect Josh Hall Commits to NC State over DePaul, Louisville, More
Four-star forward Josh Hall announced his commitment to the NC State Wolfpack on Monday evening. Hall attends Moravian Prep in Hickory, North Carolina...
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Scientists create slippery toilet coating that stops poo sticking
Scientists say ultra-slippery toilet coating could save a huge amount of water across the planet.
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Twitter to trolls: Say goodbye to your toxic lists
It's about time, Twitter! A full decade after launching lists, Twitter's handy feature for following groups of people, the company is finally addressing the tool's dark side: harassment. The service will now allow users to flag lists as abusive, Twitter announced Monday, making it the first time the company has had a reporting function specifically for lists.  With the update, which is available on iOS now and will be on Android and Twitter's website "soon,"  users are able to report a list the same way they might report an individual tweet. From the list page, the "..." menu will have a "Report" option, which then allows you to flag the list to Twitter. Read more...More about Tech, Twitter, Harassment, Trolls, and Tech
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House investigating whether Trump lied to Robert Mueller in written answers
General counsel has urged judges to order the release of still-secret material redacted from the reportThe House of Representatives’ top lawyer told a federal court on Monday that the House is investigating whether Donald Trump lied to the special counsel Robert Mueller, and the attorney urged the judges to order the release of still-secret material from Mueller’s investigation.The president provided Mueller with written answers to some of the special counsel’s questions but refused to sit for an interview with his team. Mueller also wrote in his final report that he considered some of Trump’s answers to be incomplete or imprecise. Continue reading...
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Oil slips as lack of U.S.-China trade talk progress frays investor nerves
U.S. oil prices fell for the second straight day on Tuesday amid market jitters over limited progress between China and the United States on rolling back trade tariffs, exacerbated by a rise in U.S. inventories.
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Pompeo announces reversal on Israeli settlements
Israeli settlements in the West Bank are not necessarily inconsistent with the law, Pompeo said Monday
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Nets’ worst-case Kyrie Irving shoulder scenario is lingering
The Nets knew they would likely go through this season experiencing life without Kevin Durant. Now they are learning what life is like without Kyrie Irving, even if they hope it’s just a “short-term” absence. The star point guard missed his second straight game Monday night because of a right shoulder impingement. As the Nets...
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U.S. watchdog backs Bezos' protest over key Pentagon launch program
A U.S. watchdog on Monday backed a protest from Jeff Bezos' space company that challenged the Pentagon's military space launch procurement strategy, showing support for one of the Amazon billionaire's disputes with major agency procurement programs.
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Amazon now lets you listen to music free on smartphones and TV, as well as online. Spotify investors are already nervous.
Clodagh Kilcoyne/Reuters Amazon announced on Monday that the company was expanding its Amazon Music offerings so that users can stream free music on their iPhones, iPads, Android devices and Amazon's Fire TV products, as well as online.  The company published a blog post that said customers without a Prime membership or subscription to Amazon Music Unlimited could now access ad-supported music for free. Previously, this was only available to customers using Amazon Echo.  Investors on Wall Street seemed to think the announcement spelled bad news for music-streaming market-leader Spotify. Spotify shares dropped 4.9% to $140.26 on Monday.  View Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Amazon is expanding its free music streaming opportunities to its users without a Prime membership, Amazon Music Unlimited subscription, or Amazon Echo. It may be gunning for Spotify's 248 million-strong userbase.  The company published a blog post on Monday, detailing what non-paying users could now listen to on Amazon Music. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Watch Elon Musk unveil his latest plan for conquering MarsSee Also:How to play music on a PS4 using Spotify or a USB driveRegulating big tech has become a hot topic ahead of the 2020 election — here's where the Democratic candidates standToday is the last day that Spotify subscribers can claim a free Google Home Mini speaker — here's how to get yours
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Transit workers’ union demands more cops in NYC subways
The transit workers’ union demanded Monday that the NYPD step up crime-fighting in the subways, after The Post revealed a massive spike in offenses that include random assaults on riders. Transport Workers Union Local 100 President Tony Utano accused cops of focusing on fare-beaters while MTA employees face “assaults, threats and other forms of disgusting...
New York Post
New Hong Kong police chief says fake news undermining reputation of his force
New Hong Kong police chief Chris Tang took office on Tuesday with a warning that "fake news" was undermining the reputation of his police force.
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Tillerson swipes at Trump: 'Asking for personal favors and using United States assets as collateral is wrong'
Former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Monday that "clearly asking for personal favors and using United States assets as collateral is wrong," a swipe at President Donald Trump as the investigation into his dealings with Ukraine intensifies.
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How the left is trashing the Constitution to fight Trump
Excerpted from Attorney General William Barr’s recent lecture at the Federalist Society’s 2019 National Lawyers Convention. I deeply admire the American presidency as a political and constitutional institution. I believe it is one of the great and remarkable innovations in our Constitution. More than any other branch, it has fulfilled the expectations of the Framers....
New York Post
Future kids are going to be pretty confused about history, thanks to this meme
The children of the future might have a wildly skewed version of history, thanks to a meme making the rounds on Twitter.  The meme has Twitter users posting a completely random, unrelated photo with a historical figure's name. Whether a founding father or an iconic pop star, people are comparing photos of Panic! At the Disco's Brendon Urie to Abraham Lincoln and the terrifying Chuck E Cheese animatronic band to Brockhampton. Twitter users are captioning the tweets with "Gonna tell my kids this was" and adding a historical figure.  Here are a handful of questionable history lessons.  gonna tell my kids this was benjamin franklin pic.twitter.com/MLeDN5woUu — L.A.S. (@SartoriallyInc) November 18, 2019 Read more... More about History, Memes, Culture, and Web Culture
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Mashable
Jets defense playing unheralded role in team’s offensive breakout
Credit for the Jets offense’s recent breakthrough can be divided up among Adam Gase, Sam Darnold, the running backs, the pass catchers and the blockers. Just make sure to save room for the Jets defense. The Jets rank No. 13 in the NFL in total defense, including tops against the run after stifling the Giants’...
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New York Post
2 officers who were responsible for guarding Jeffrey Epstein might face criminal charges for falsifying records
Richard Drew/AP, New York State Sex Offender Registry via AP Two correctional officers responsible for guarding Jeffrey Epstein when he took his own life are expected to face criminal charges this week for falsifying prison records, according to sources.  The FBI and the Justice Department's inspector general are investigating the circumstances surrounding Epstein's death, which was ruled a suicide, but hasn't stopped widespread conspiracy theories. Epstein's death ended the possibility of a trial that would have involved prominent figures related to charges against the late financier for sexually abusing and trafficking girls.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. WASHINGTON (AP) — Two correctional officers responsible for guarding Jeffrey Epstein when he took his own life are expected to face criminal charges this week for falsifying prison records, two people familiar with the matter told The Associated Press. The federal charges could come as soon as Tuesday and are the first in connection with Epstein's death. The wealthy financier died at the Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York while awaiting trial on charges of sexually abusing teenage girls.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: How to find water when you're stuck in the desertSee Also:2 officers who were responsible for guarding Jeffrey Epstein on night of his death rejected a plea dealCalifornia school shooting suspect described as 'quiet' Boy Scout who opened fire on classmates on his 16th birthdayPrince Andrew says he has 'no recollection' of meeting an alleged Epstein abuse victim
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Possible pay-to-play scheme for ambassador role in Trump administration uncovered by CBS News
A CBS News investigation has uncovered a possible "pay-to-play" scheme involving the Republican National Committee and President Trump's nominee for ambassador to the Bahamas. Jim Axelrod explores the questions it's now raising.
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READ: Diplomat David Holmes' closed-door impeachment inquiry testimony
The House committees conducting the impeachment inquiry have released the transcript of the closed-door deposition of David Holmes, the US Embassy in Ukraine official who overheard the call between President Donald Trump and US Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland.
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Impeachment inquiry's first witness to testify again -- publicly
Kurt Volker, the former US special envoy for Ukraine who was the first witness to testify in the House impeachment inquiry, remains a key figure in Democrats' Ukraine probe as he prepares to testify publicly Tuesday.
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Politica
Stephen Miller Is a White Nationalist. Does It Matter?
Leaked emails from a top Trump aide test our capacity for outrage.
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New York state attorney general investigating WeWork
The New York State Attorney General (NYAG) is investigating WeWork, according to two people familiar with the matter, adding to a series of problems facing the workspace provider. The company confirmed that it had been contacted by the office of the NYAG, Letitia James. “We received an inquiry from the office of the New York...
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Google increasingly interferes with search results, Wall Street Journal reports
A new investigation from the Wall Street Journal found that Google is interfering with its algorithms to alter users' search results. Kirsten Grind, one of the authors of the report, joined CBSN to break down the findings.
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What to Know About Prince Andrew, the Royal at the Center of the Epstein Scandal
Prince Andrew, the Duke of York, has found himself at the center of controversy surrounding his relationship with disgraced American financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, who died in an apparent suicide in a New York City federal jail in August. In an exclusive televised interview with the BBC at Buckingham Palace broadcast in…
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House releases testimony from official who overheard Trump call
David Holmes testified behind closed doors last week and will appear before the public Thursday
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What Democrats’ next witness, Alexander Vindman, really has to say
House Democrats are trotting out their star witness for Tuesday’s ­impeachment show, Lt.-Col. Alexander Vindman. He listened in on the July 25 phone call between President Trump and his Ukrainian counterpart, Volodomyr Zelensky, that is central to the Democrats’ case. They allege that Trump demanded Zelensky dig up dirt on the Bidens in exchange for...
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Carl Icahn urges U.S. SEC to "rethink" proposed rule change for proxy advisers
Billionaire activist investor Carl Icahn on Monday urged the U.S. Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) to rethink a proposed rule change for proxy adviser firms, saying it would make activist investing "even more difficult and expensive to practice."
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New Epstein accuser sues estate and calls on Prince Andrew to share information
Woman says sex offender committed ‘vicious, prolonged sexual assault’ against her when she was 15A woman who claims Jeffrey Epstein committed a “vicious, prolonged sexual assault” against her when she was 15 has called on Prince Andrew to come forward with information about the convicted sex offender.The new accuser, who identifies herself as “Jane Doe 15”, appealed to the Duke of York at a press conference on Monday, where she and the lawyer Gloria Allred announced her lawsuit against Epstein’s estate. She is one of about a dozen women suing the late financier’s estate for alleged sexual abuses. Continue reading...
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Hong Kong courts have no power to rule on face mask ban, says China
Mainland weighs in after high court in Hong Kong strikes down colonial-era emergency lawsChina’s top legislature has said Hong Kong courts have no power to rule on the constitutionality of legislation under the city’s Basic Law, which includes a proposed ban on face masks.Beijing insisted it held the sole authority to rule on constitutional matters in the region. Continue reading...
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It Is Actually a Big Problem for Republicans That They’re Losing Voters Who Eat Avocado Toast
There are a lot of people in formerly GOP-held suburbs that like lattes, brunch, and politicians that aren't overtly racist.
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Roger Goodell upset over Myles Garrett-Mason Rudolph fight
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell backed up the league’s decision to suspend Myles Garrett indefinitely after the Browns’ star whacked Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph on the head with a helmet last week. “It was in my view and I think our football people something that had to be dealt with very quickly and very firmly to...
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