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Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu indicted for bribery, fraud, breach of trust
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu indicted for bribery, fraud and breach of trust.
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Bloods member arrested in murder of Lil’ Kim’s cousin
Daquan Carter, 28, of Brooklyn allegedly shot dead 26-year-old Courtney “Aggy” Tingle.
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Dwight Schrute tells Bitcoin holders to give their ‘worthless cryptocurrency’ to a non-profit
Rainn Wilson has a message for Bitcoin holders: give your “worthless cryptocurrency” to the Mona Foundation, a non-profit that supports worldwide initiatives in education and equality. The organization opened up its donation channels to accept a raft of different cryptocurrencies earlier this week. It now accepts Bitcoin, Bitcoin Cash, Ethereum, Litecoin, as well as the USDC stablecoin, via a web app operated by major exchange Coinbase. Wilson, widely recognized for his portrayal of Dwight Schrute in the US version of The Office, appears in a promotional video to encourage “Bitcoin owners, cryptocurrency fanatics, and alternative financing fans” to donate. “I hope… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Bitcoin
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Truck opens a massive sinkhole and seconds later a car falls in
A truck drove down a street in Flores da Cunha, Brasil, opening a large sinkhole as it passed, reports Gauchazh. A few seconds later, a car drove over it and was swallowed. The driver broke bones in her face and was hospitalized. <p><em>[<a href="">via r/WTF</a>]</em> Read the rest
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145 unmarked graves found at Florida high school
The remains of more than 250 people — including up to 77 children — were found there.
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U.S. judge stalls Trump administration's bid to resume federal executions
A U.S. judge has halted the scheduled executions of four inmates on federal death row, temporarily stalling an effort by President Donald Trump's administration to resume federal executions next month after a 16-year hiatus.
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Sondland implicates Trump in quid pro quo, says he "followed the directions of the president"
U.S. Ambassador to the EU Gordon Sondland testified in Wednesday's public hearing that President Trump was involved in a quid pro quo scheme to pressure Ukraine into announcing investigations. The president and other administration officials have disputed Sondland's account. CBS News Capitol Hill producer Rebecca Kaplan joined CBSN AM to break down Wednesday's hearings and preview what's ahead Thursday.
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Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu To Be Indicted On Corruption Charges
It's a massive blow for the longtime leader, who has been fighting to keep his job after two inconclusive elections this year. He is accused of bribery, fraud and breach of trust.
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Israel's Netanyahu charged in corruption cases
The indictment throws the country's paralyzed political system into further disarray and threatening the long-time leader's grip on power
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Net-A-Porter offering up to 50% off luxury items for pre-Black Friday sale
If you’re looking for that perfect luxury find at a deep discount, Net-A-Porter’s massive pre-Black Friday sale is all you need. The retailer is offering up to 50% off select clothing, shoes, bags, jewelry and beauty products from your favorite designers and brands. The savings come just in time for your holiday shopping — meaning...
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17 photos from inside Trump's tour of an Apple factory with Tim Cook (AAPL)
AP Photo/ Evan Vucci President Trump visited Apple's Austin manufacturing plant yesterday, and CEO Tim Cook gave him a tour. Apple produces the new Mac Pro in the plant, which will ship next month.  Trump and Cook have met previously multiple times and have developed a cordial relationship. Cook is currently lobbying the President to exempt Apple products from tariffs on Chinese imports.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Apple CEO Tim Cook and US President Donald Trump met once again on Wednesday — this time on Apple's turf for a tour of the company's factory in Austin, Texas. After the visit, Trump tweeted that he had opened a factory in Austin. However, the plant has actually been manufacturing Apple products since 2012, including an earlier version of the Mac Pro. Tweet Embed: // Today I opened a major Apple Manufacturing plant in Texas that will bring high paying jobs back to America. Today Nancy Pelosi closed Congress because she doesn't care about American Workers!   That same day, Apple also announced plans to build a new, billion-dollar campus in Austin. It's set to open in 2022, and will eventually hold 15,000 workers. The planned building will sit a short distance away from the factory Trump toured on Wednesday. Scroll on to see photos from the president's visit:President Trump took Air Force One to Austin to tour Apple's manufacturing plant located in the city. AP Photo/ Evan Vucci His daughter and adviser Ivanka Trump also attended the tour. AP Photo/ Evan Vucci Trump met with Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick and Attorney General Ken Paxton as he arrived at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport. AP Photo/ Evan Vucci See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:Apple just disclosed that it loses money on device repairs every yearTrump claimed he 'opened' an Apple plant in Texas on Wednesday, but it's been making Apple products since 2012Trump said he's 'looking at' whether Apple should be exempt from China tariffs during visit to the company's facility in TexasSEE ALSO: This video gives a rare look inside Apple's $5 billion 'spaceship' headquarters
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Pete Davidson says he treats every girlfriend ‘like a princess’
The "Saturday Night Live" star has been linked to 18-year-old model Kaia Geber.
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The one Knicks fear hanging over David Fizdale’s job status
PHILADELPHIA — Five observations from Wednesday’s 109-104 loss to the powerful Sixers in which the Knicks squandered a 17-point lead with 3:21 left in the third. 1. Kevin Knox’s sophomore campaign hit rock bottom in Philly. Knicks coach David Fizdale wouldn’t play Knox in the second half after he made a series of lazy defensive...
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10 college degrees that will be increasingly desirable in the 2020s
Rogelio V. Solis/AP While some industries are slowly dying out, others are growing. To determine which college majors are expected to grow in desirability throughout the next decade, we looked at industries on the rise and the majors that best prepare people for that career path. Computer and information sciences, technology, and information technology majors are expected to become increasingly desirable. Other industries, like construction, photography, and advertising, are seeing similar patterns of growth. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Choosing a college major isn't easy, but it may be a smart idea to choose one in an industry that's expanding.  We looked at industries that are expected to continue growing in the next decade to determine which college majors will become increasingly desirable in the 2020s. Industries related to technology, such as computer systems design and related services, are expected to continue expanding after a period of steady growth in 2019. Other industries, like construction, photography, and advertising, are seeing similar patterns of growth and will likely lead to a rise in desirability in associated college majors. Here are 10 college degrees that will be increasingly desirable in the 2020s.Accounting requires a high level of education, and the industry is expanding. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images Last year, the accounting field saw 13% growth, and it's expected to keep growing. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of accountants and auditors is projected to grow 6% from 2018 to 2028 but may fluctuate based on the economy. If the economy changes, for the better or for the worse, more people may be in need of financial services. Advertising is steadily expanding, which may attract more students to study it throughout the 2020s. Getty Images The global advertising market is expected to expand exponentially in the next decade and reach $1,036.9 million by the year 2028. As the field grows, more talented advertising majors will be needed to keep up with increasing demand. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the field is expected to grow by 8%, which is faster than the average growth rate. The civil engineering industry grew by 13% last year, indicating it could be a continued area of growth. David Hecker/Getty Images After positive growth in 2018, the engineering industry is expected to continue growing at an average rate. Those majoring in engineering fields will be pleased to know that the median pay for civil engineering was $86,640 per year in 2018. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:The 20 US colleges with the best return on your investment 40 years after you've enrolled10 signs an employee is in the wrong role and could be on the verge of quittingAdam Grant says that focusing on kindness rather than achievements can lead to more caring and successful childrenSEE ALSO: The 50 most expensive top boarding schools in America
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A NYC pizza shop makes gnocchi-stuffed sandwiches
Luzzo's La Pizza Napoletana serves gnocchi stuffed sandwiches. It's located in Manhattan's East Village and the owners just opened up another restaurant called Gnoccheria Wall Street. Both locations will serve the gnocchi sandwiches, but the Financial District restaurant will temporarily have it until January 2020.  The sandwich is made from Neapolitan pizza dough with buffalo mozzarella and then stuffed with gnocchi in one of their three signature sauces. Visit for more stories. See Also:How Dr. Bronner’s soap is made | The Making OfTrick your family this Thanksgiving with this turkey cake45 ways to eat eggs
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Democrats challenge Biden, and one another, for black support after Atlanta debate
Top Democratic White House contenders courted black voters in Atlanta on Thursday in hopes of challenging former Vice President Joe Biden's dominance with a voting bloc that is crucial to their 2020 election chances.
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Israel PM Benjamin Netanyahu indicted on corruption charges
Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been indicted on corruption-related charges, the country’s Attorney General Avichai Mandelbit announced Thursday. Netanyahu faces charges of bribery, fraud and breach of trust in a series of corruption scandals. He has denied any wrongdoing. Netanyahu will not be forced to step down as a result of the criminal charges,...
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Day 5, Part 5: Adam Schiff and Daniel Goldman question Fiona Hill and David Holmes
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff and Daniel Goldman, senior adviser and director of investigations on the committee, questioned Fiona Hill, a former senior director specializing in Russia at the National Security Council, and David Holmes, a diplomat in the U.S. embassy in Kiev, on Thursday, the fifth day of public impeachment hearings.
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Benjamin Netanyahu was just indicted on fraud and bribery charges, becoming the first Israeli prime minister to be indicted in office
Ronen Zvulun/Pool Photo via AP Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday was indicted on bribery, fraud, and breach of trust charges in three corruption cases.  Netanyahu is accused of receiving gifts and positive news coverage in exchange for regulatory benefits from the government. He is the first sitting Israeli prime minister ever to be indicted.  He has denied all accusations of wrongdoing and argued that he's a victim of a political "witch-hunt" pushed by the left and the media.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday was indicted on bribery, fraud, and breach of trust charges in three corruption cases, Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit announced.  Netanyahu is accused of receiving gifts and positive news coverage in exchange for regulatory benefits from the government. He is the first sitting Israeli prime minister ever to be indicted. 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:14 things millennials do completely differently from their parentsThe best Kindles and ebook readersTrump just upended 40 years of US policy toward Israel and may have shattered any hope of peace in the Middle EastSEE ALSO: Trump just upended 40 years of US policy toward Israel and may have shattered any hope of peace in the Middle East
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Global stocks, dollar slip as reports kindle trade deal hopes
The U.S. dollar and global equity markets edged lower on Thursday as efforts by China to smooth the path forward in U.S.-Sino trade talks was offset by concerns tensions between the world's two largest economies were too large to quickly overcome.
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Canvia Digital Art Turns Home and Office Walls into a Gallery
Decorating your home or office walls doesn’t have to be so difficult if you opt for a digital display that forever changes what you see. That’s what drew me to Canvia, a company that offers digital art frames that turns your walls into a gallery. I decided to give them a try to see if […] The post Canvia Digital Art Turns Home and Office Walls into a Gallery appeared first on ReadWrite.
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Google quintuples top reward for hacking Android to $1 million
Google is introducing a top prize of $1 million for hacking Android, up from $200,000. A new 50% bonus means you could even net $1.5 million.
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Google will pay $1.5 million for the most severe Android exploits
Big bump coincides with investments Google has poured into securing its Pixel phone.
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These twin sisters graduated Stanford and went straight to Silicon Valley's hottest startup incubator. Now, they've raised $2.5 million to build software that helps companies hire more diverse teams.
Searchlight On Thursday, the hiring software startup Searchlight announced it raised a $2.5 million seed round led by Accel. Searchlight was founded by twin sisters Kerry and Anna Wang, twin sisters who graduated Stanford last year and went to the famed startup incubator Y Combinator this year. They say that employers would sometimes think that their resumes were just too similar. The company provides an alternative way of looking at hiring: Rather than rely so much on the resume, Searchlight puts more focus on helping employers vet a job candidate's references. This approach can lead to more diverse teams, because an emphasis on the resume can lead employers to go with "the safer hire," the Wang sisters say. Read more on the Business Insider homepage. When applying for internships, Kerry and Anna Wang often had trouble distinguishing themselves from one another. Not only are they twin sisters — they both attended Stanford University for their undergraduate and masters degrees, during which time they both interned at Google and at McKinsey & Company, before they both graduated last year. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Behind the scenes with Shepard Smith — the Fox News star who just announced his resignation from the networkSee Also:Cloud computing startups are back in a big way, and Clumio just made it official by scooping $135 million in funding 3 months after it launchedMicrosoft Teams just hit 20 million daily active users, beating its rival Slack once againThe CEO of developer startup Sentry explains the huge change it made to its business to prevent Amazon and other startups from profiting off its codeSEE ALSO: NetApp and Google Cloud, whose CEOs are twin brothers, announce an expanded partnership because 'it would be crazy for us not to bring our services there'
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Facebook brings Stories to Facebook Dating
Image: Facebook Facebook is continuing to spread its Stories product, now bringing the ephemeral format to Facebook Dating users. Daters can re-share their Instagram or Facebook Stories on the dating platform, both to current matches and prospective ones. They won’t be able to capture content in Facebook Dating, which is important to note, although they can choose what Stories content to share from within the dating platform and also cross-post from within Facebook or Instagram. Bringing Stories to the app is designed to give people more insight into their matches while also proving they’re real people, says Charmaine Hung, lead product manager on Stories for Facebook Dating. The feature looks exactly like Stories on Instagram or Facebook. There’s a... Continue reading…
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YouTube is working to bring advertising to edgier content as demonetization woes grow
Photo: Getty Images YouTube is experimenting with placing advertisements for more mature audiences on edgier YouTube videos in an effort to address demonetization woes. Videos that might be more violent in nature (like stunts, challenges, or simulated action) largely have not had advertisements run on them over the last couple of years. That also goes for videos that cover sensitive topics; news commentator Philip DeFranco often talks about his videos being considered unfriendly for advertisers, despite white-listed channels like CNN and MSNBC running ads on their videos talking about the same subjects. Now, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki writes in a letter to creators that her team is working to find out which advertisers might be interested in having their... Continue reading…
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Google really wants you to hack the Pixel’s Titan M security chip
Photo by Vjeran Pavic / The Verge Google has increased the maximum prize for its Android bug bounty program to $1 million for anyone who can compromise the Titan M security chip found in its Pixel phones. The top prize is for a “full chain remote code execution exploit with persistence” of the dedicated security chip. On top of that, there’s an additional 50 percent bonus if a security researcher is able to find an exploit on specific developer preview versions of Android, resulting in a potential prize of $1.5 million. The new rewards take effect starting today. Introduced with 2018’s Pixel 3, Google’s Titan M security chip cordons off your smartphone’s most sensitive data from its main processor to protect against certain attacks. Google says the chip offers “on-device... Continue reading…
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Turn Leftover Stuffing Into Crispy, Cheesy Waffles
Thanksgiving leftovers are a recipe genre in their own right and, though I love a sandwich, it does not hurt to have some other, slightly more innovative leftover strategies at the ready. This is particularly true if you want to eat your leftovers for breakfast.Read more...
SpaceX’s Starship Prototype Blows Its Top During Pressure Test
The Mk1 Starship prototype is officially done following an explosive incident at SpaceX’s Boca Chica test site on Wednesday afternoon. Read more...
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Meet the Elite Shot Putter Chasing a World Record
Ryan Crouser is one of the best shot put throwers in history. In this WIRED video, he talks about the limits of his sport—and how to break them.
Building Success: Insights from 7 Leading SaaS Companies
SaaS businesses feature all sorts of advantages and unique hurdles. What separates the winners form the losers?
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If we can't polka together, we can't govern together
Bill Bishop writes that if we want to understand what is driving political division in the United States, we should take a look at the ways in which we've geographically self-segregated ourselves since the 1970s, when education inequality began to grow.
Trump is taking extra steps to protect alleged war criminal Eddie Gallagher after he already pardoned him
Reuters President Donald Trump tweeted on Thursday that he would not allow the Navy to strip Chief Eddie Gallagher of his Trident, the insignia that marks him as a Navy SEAL. "The Navy will NOT be taking away Warfighter and Navy Seal Eddie Gallagher's Trident Pin," Trump tweeted.  "This case was handled very badly from the beginning. Get back to business!" According to The New York Times, the decision to take Gallagher's Trident was already cleared with the White House by Tuesday. Trump has been involved in three war crimes cases, granting clemency to three warfighters accused or convicted of murder and other war crimes.  Visit Business Insider's home page for more stories.  In the latest development in a dramatic war crimes case, President Donald Trump is attempting to prevent the Navy from stripping Chief Eddie Gallagher of his Trident, the uniform insignia that indicates his membership in the elite SEAL community.  "The Navy will NOT be taking away Warfighter and Navy Seal Eddie Gallagher's Trident Pin," Trump tweeted on Thursday. "This case was handled very badly from the beginning. Get back to business!"See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: We can thank the US military for the smelliest weapon in the worldSee Also:The US Navy says it's becoming 'nearly impossible' to maintain its ships with Congress holding more than $20 billion hostageWe went inside Secret Service boot camp where recruits get top secret training for their 'zero-fail mission'Trump's Syria retreat is giving ISIS 'time and space' to strike the West, blistering Pentagon report saysSEE ALSO: Trump officials are quietly negotiating with the Taliban — which is now ranked the world's deadliest terror group SEE ALSO: Trump's Syria retreat is giving ISIS 'time and space' to strike the West, blistering Pentagon report says
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Slack just taunted Microsoft with 'OK boomer' for running an ad campaign that looks almost exactly like one of Slack's (WORK, MSFT)
Brendan McDermid/Reuters Slack tweeted a video on Thursday with the caption "ok boomer," appearing to call out Microsoft for a suspiciously similar ad campaign to Slack's. Slack and Microsoft Teams are two competing workplace chat services.  Microsoft just revealed it has more users than Slack, but Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield said that Microsoft views Slack as an "existential threat."  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Slack is leaning into its status as the young, hip startup by calling out its older, more established competition: Microsoft. Slack tweeted a video on Thursday comparing a Slack ad and a Microsoft ad, showing the similarities between them and implying the Microsoft copied Slack's concept. The video was captioned "ok boomer," a phrase that has turned into a meme for millennials and Gen Z to voice their gripes with the baby boomer generation.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: How autopilot on an airplane worksSee Also:Apple just launched a new battery case for the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro, and it introduces a dedicated camera button for the first timeGoogle is adding the Gmail feature that helps write your emails for you to Google Docs, but you probably can't use it just yetHow to remove duplicates in Microsoft Excel to clean up data in individual or multiple columnsSEE ALSO: Amazon's Audible turned a historic deserted church into an 'Innovation Cathedral' but preserved its stained glass, pipe organ, and bowling alley
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Son continues late dad's "Mountain Santa" tradition, bringing thousands of toys to kids in need
For 42 years, Mike Howard dressed up like "Mountain Santa," delivering thousands of toys to kids in need. Two years ago, he died – but his legacy didn't, because his son has stepped in to continue the tradition.
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Passengers call for barriers after man falls on to tracks at Oxford Circus
Unions flag overcrowding concerns on tube after man falls off platform Transport for London (TfL) has ruled out installing barriers on the edges of underground platforms after calls for action following a serious accident at Oxford Circus.A man suffered serious leg injuries and is in a critical condition in hospital after falling into the path of a Victoria line train from the edge of a crowded platform during Wednesday evening rush hour. Continue reading...
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Explainer: The indictment against Netanyahu
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was indicted on corruption charges on Thursday, presenting one of the gravest challenges yet to Israel's longest-serving leader.
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Dog destroys wet driveway concrete
This dog didn't mind at all that his human companion did something weird and unnecessary to his playground. The driveway is done, now we can relax from r/Wellthatsucks [via r/Wellthatsucks ] Read the rest
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Pot stocks soar as U.S. House committee clears bill on federal weed legalization
Shares of marijuana companies rose on Thursday after a U.S. congressional committee passed a legislation to decriminalize cannabis, taking it a step closer to being approved by the Democratic-controlled House of Representatives.
Hill says she is testifying only to get "toward the truth"
In her opening statement, Fiona Hill, the former top Russia expert on the National Security Council who has served under three Republican and Democratic presidents, said she has "no interest in advancing the outcome of your inquiry in any particular direction, except toward the truth."
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Newborn babies were dressed as Clark Griswold and Cousin Eddie for a 'Christmas Vacation' photo shoot
Amy Haehl Amy Haehl, the owner of Coffee Creek Studio, took photos of newborns on a set inspired by the 1989 movie "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation." Haehl shared the photos on her Facebook page, and they quickly went viral.  "I love having a good laugh and love sharing the laughter with all of you," Haehl wrote in the post.  Haehl told Insider that she's been gathering props for a while now, as she has always wanted to create photos based on the Christmas movie.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. An Indiana-based photographer is already spreading Christmas cheer across social media.  Amy Haehl, who owns Coffee Creek Studio, has a talent for mixing the magic of classic Christmas movies with the incredibly cute nature of newborns. This year, she decided to recreate iconic scenes from the 1989 film, "National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation." See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Here's how to escape a flooding vehicleSee Also:This is what Christmas looks like in every state13 decorations an interior designer would buy at Walmart right nowTHEN AND NOW: How the holidays in New York City have changed over the last 100 years
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The big hole in the President's 'no quid pro quo' defense
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20 US cities with the most cheaters during 'cuffing season,' according to Ashley Madison
Ashley Madison, a dating site designed to help people have affairs, released its list of the 20 most unfaithful US cities for "cuffing season."  The rankings are based on the number of people who signed up for Ashley Madison per capita in a given city from December 2018 to February 2019.  While New Jersey cities hold the top two spots on the list, California is the state with the most unfaithful cities overall.  Visit Insider's homepage for more. "Cuffing season" — or the time of year where singles trade in their free-agent status to settle down with a partner for the cold months — is upon us. While some people are scrambling to secure a partner to show off to their families by Thanksgiving, others may be looking to avoid their spouses entirely and maybe find an affair.  Ashley Madison, a dating site designed to help people have affairs, released a list of the 20 most unfaithful cities in the US for cuffing season. The rankings are based on the number of people who created Ashley Madison accounts per capita for each city.  Though New Jersey cities hold first and second place, California was a strong contender and had the highest number of unfaithful cities on the list overall. Here are 20 of the most unfaithful cities in the US, according to Ashley Madison. 20. St. Paul, Minnesota Sam Wagner/Shutterstock 19. Oakland, California E Fehrenbacher/Shutterstock 18. North Las Vegas, Nevada Christopher Boswell/Shutterstock See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:How ‘cuffing season’ went from a meme to a phenomenon of people pairing off in the winterHere's the complete list of the 2019 American Music Awards nomineesPrince Andrew tried to discredit the Jeffrey Epstein victim who says she had sex with the Duke of York when she was 17. His alibis don't add up.
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WeWork lays off 2,400 workers to end cash drain
Struggling office-sharing company calls job cuts necessary to create a "more efficient organization"
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Why A$AP Rocky keeps coming up in impeachment hearings
State Department official David Holmes testified that Ambassador Sondland told Trump to "play the racism card" when it came to A$AP Rocky's case
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Kyle Edmund finds his form to set up Davis Cup quarter-final with Germany
• Great Britain defeat Kazakhstan 2-1 to reach last eight• Andy Murray rested but set to return for Friday’s quarter-finalKyle Edmund, once anointed as Andy Murray’s successor and now his late-career understudy, rediscovered his best tennis to tame the combative Mikhail Kukushkin in straight sets and set Great Britain on their way into the 2019 Davis Cup quarter-finals, against Germany on Friday.After Edmund won 6-3, 6-3 in an hour-and-a-quarter on Thursday, Dan Evans could not finish the job after taking the opening set and Alexander Bublik levelled the tie for Kazakhstan behind a big serve, winning 5-7, 6-4, 6-1. Continue reading...
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In Kacey Musgraves’ Christmas special, her ‘Nana’ steals the show
"Basically, this is just Nana’s world. We’re just all livin’ in it," she says.
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Apple’s relationship with Donald Trump has become a toxic PR disaster
Apple's CEO remained silent in the face of dishonest claims made about his company and others by the President of the United States. That needs to change.
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