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Jungle Scout Review 2019 (Do You Really Need it? YES)

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dreamgrow.com - Want to get started selling on Amazon but aren’t sure about investing in Jungle Scout? In this Jungle Scout review for 2019, I cover everything you need to know with UP-TO-DATE info. Most reviews hav…

How to Target International Users with SEO

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portent.com - 88 percent of the world’s internet population is located outside of the United States. Therefore, if you’re currently only focused on targeting customers in the United States, there’s a lot more oppo…

25+ Powerful FOMO Statistics to Skyrocket Sales (2019)

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optinmonster.com - If you’re wondering how you can use fear of missing out to increase your sales—and you want some solid proof to back it up—we’ve got some FOMO statistics you’re going to love. In this article, we sha…

Clickfunnels Review 2019 – Is It Worth the Money?

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dreamgrow.com - Last Updated on October 29th, 2019 ClickFunnels lets anyone build a sales funnel that converts leads into customers 24/7 without relying on an expensive tech team…or so the company claims. But is it …

Top 11 BigCommerce Apps That Will Convert More Customers In 2019

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optinmonster.com - Platforms like BigCommerce make it easy for eCommerce store owners to build their stores and make a profit faster. And, luckily, since BigCommerce can’t offer every feature, they integrate with many …

15 Best SEO Plugins for WordPress (Tried & Tested)

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ahrefs.com - Data from Content Explorer tool. Run a search for “SEO” in the WordPress plugins directory, and you’ll get 49 pages of results. There are 20 plugins per page, so that’s 980 plugins! #overwhelming Now…

TPS Consulting Daily

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tpsconsulting.blogspot.com - TECHNOLOGY AND MORE! WhatsApp fake news during Brazil election ‘favoured Bolsonaro’ Shared by Mike Elgan theguardian.com - The vast majority of false information shared on WhatsApp in Brazil during t…

How Silicon Valley enables online slave markets

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bbc.com - Drive around the streets of Kuwait and you won't see these women. They are behind closed doors, deprived of their basic rights, unable to leave and at risk of being sold to the highest bidder. But pi…

Google Stadia will support more Pixel phones, platforms

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androidcommunity.com - Google Stadia support is coming to Pixel 2 phones. That is what we told you a couple of weeks ago and today, we are learning more smartphones and devices will be supported soon. The video game stream…

Study claims Disney+ already has over a million U.S. subscribers, pre-launch – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Disney’s new streaming service, Disney+, doesn’t launch until mid-November, but it may have already signed up over a million customers in the U.S., according to new data from analytics firm Jumpshot,…

Driving license tests just got smarter in India with Microsoft’s AI project – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - An American giant may have figured out a way to simplify the tedious procedure of issuing driver licenses. And an early sneak peek of this solution is now live in parts of India. Hundreds of people w…

With Garmin Autoland, small planes can land themselves if the pilot becomes incapacitated – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Here’s a horror scenario for you: You’re flying in a small plane and suddenly the single pilot who knows how to fly passes out. In the movies, somebody would probably talk one of the passengers throu…

Facebook sues OnlineNIC for domain name fraud associated with malicious activity – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Facebook today announced it has filed suit in California against domain registrar OnlineNIC and its proxy service ID Shield for registering domain names that pretend to be associated with Facebook, l…

GoPro MAX 360 action camera review – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - GoPro’s first foray into the 360-degree action was the GoPro Fusion, and while it was a strong first offering, the new GoPro MAX ($499) is a very different – and much improved – immersive action came…

Supercross’s anticipated EV class not ready for primetime in 2020 – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Motorcycle racing series Supercross isn’t quite ready to add an EV class. The sport — where riders race high-performance machines on jump-filled stadium tracks — currently fields only gas-powered two…

Apple Card users can now finance iPhone purchases for 24 months, interest-free – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - It’s not quite an “Apple Prime” subscription, but it’s compelling. Apple on Wednesday introduced a new program that will allow Apple Card users to finance their iPhone purchases for 24 months, withou…

8th Wall’s new Cloud Editor helps customers quickly build mobile AR experiences – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - The world of phone-based AR has involved a lot of promises, but the future that’s developed has so far been more iterative and less platform shift-y. For startups exclusively focused on mobile AR, th…

Texas court upholds “do it on a computer” check-cashing patent

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arstechnica.com - In 2014, the Supreme Court ruled that you can't get a patent for implementing an otherwise abstract idea on a computer. The decision, known as CLS Bank v. Alice, has had a big impact over the last fi…

AT&T’s priciest “unlimited” plan now allows 100GB+ of un-throttled data

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arstechnica.com - AT&T yesterday announced three new "unlimited" data plans. Keeping track of all the different limits on AT&T's unlimited mobile plans is just as difficult as ever, but there's some good news for cust…

Intel’s 10nm process is on track—so is shift in business model

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arstechnica.com - Intel's years-long struggle with the 10nm manufacturing process may finally be over. The company told investors last week that its 10nm yields are ahead of expectations for both client and data cente…

Get your first (highly suspicious) look at the Moto Razr reboot

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arstechnica.com - Behold the Moto Razr. Supposedly. Man, it is dark in here. It's not pretty but we can turn on the lights in Photoshop. I spy a USB-C port and fingerprint reader on the bottom chin and a camera bump o…

Researchers unearth malware that siphoned SMS texts out of telco’s network

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arstechnica.com - Nation-sponsored hackers have a new tool to drain telecom providers of huge amounts of SMS messages at scale, researchers said. Dubbed "Messagetap" by researchers from the Mandiant division of securi…

macOS 10.15 Catalina: The Ars Technica review

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arstechnica.com - Ever since the iPhone came out in 2007 and almost instantaneously overshadowed the Mac, both in terms of sales and development resources, Apple has been making the Mac a bit more like the iPhone. Sur…

Amazon: No more third-party sales of “Nintendo products” without approval

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arstechnica.com - The war over used video game sales has been cool for the past few years, ever since PlayStation 4 and Xbox One embraced unfettered access to disc-based games. But in a Thursday attempt to control the…

Samsung Integrates Tron and Mobile-Compatible DApp Building Tools

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cointelegraph.com - South Korean technology conglomerate Samsung has integrated Tron (TRX) support to its decentralized app (DApp) store, Blockchain Keystore. According to a release note published on Oct. 29 to the Sams…

Shifting your UX approach from Tactical to Strategic

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uxdesign.cc - Even if you are given tactical work, try to challenge where that specific visual fits within the ecosystem of the product. You can start small and move bigger as you go. To give an example, try askin…

How to pack multiple Design Sprints into a hackathon format

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uxplanet.org - In this short article you’ll learn how to compact a Design Sprint into a two-day hackathon-alike format, and to make that available to several companies at the same time by involving UX design studen…

Forget Trick or Treat, Here are 5 Horrifying Technologies that Should Really Scare You! | Webdesigner Depot

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webdesignerdepot.com - Recent developments in AI have transformed our view of the future, and from certain angles, it doesn’t look pretty. Are we facing total annihilation? Slavery and subjugation? Or could a manmade super…

Comparing the Different Types of Native JavaScript Popups | CSS-Tricks

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css-tricks.com - JavaScript has a variety of built-in popup APIs that display special UI for user interaction. Famously: The UI for this varies from browser to browser, but generally you’ll see a little window pop up…

5 Places Where Hackers Are Stealthily Stealing Your Data In 2019

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thehackernews.com - Skyrocketing data breaches bring incalculable losses to organizations and can cost cybersecurity executives their jobs. Here we examine the top five places in 2019 where cybercriminals are stealing c…

How to Keep Your Smart Assistant Voice Recordings Private

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wired.com - After months of revelations and apologies, all the major smart assistant makers have revamped how they handle human review of audio snippets. Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, Apple Siri, and Microsoft…

Samsung Galaxy M30s up for pre-order in Germany, arriving soon

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androidcommunity.com - The Samsung Galaxy M30s has been part of the rumor mill since August when specs and a protective phone case render was shown off. The mobile device was also teased on Amazon India while a hands-on vi…

EMUI 10 beta for Huawei mid-range phones ready in most regions

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androidcommunity.com - EMUI 10 beta for Huawei Mate 20 rolled out last week. The top Chinese OEM is releasing similar updates for more devices including the Huawei P30 Lite, P smart+, Huawei P smart 2019, Nova 5T, and the …

Motion Sense API will not be available (yet) for 3rd party developers

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androidcommunity.com - While there are some issues that have come out about it, the Motion Sense feature from the Project Soli radar technology that Google introduced with the Pixel 4 is still pretty interesting. Imagine b…

Huawei Band 4 Pro image render shown off

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androidcommunity.com - The Huawei Watch series is more popular compared to the Huawei Band line but the latter is getting a new addition. We only remember featuring the Huawei Band 2 Pro Fitness Tracker a couple of years a…

Xhelper Android malware identified by Symantec, still persistent

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androidcommunity.com - Who doesn’t hate malware? We really don’t like it when viruses are discovered but we’re grateful they’re found right away. At least, affected Android phone owners can do the necessary solution or cle…

Ford unveils SYNC 4 system, OTA update plans

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androidcommunity.com - While many carmakers dream of cars that are smart enough to drive themselves, car owners are, at least for now, content to have cars smart enough to at least know them and their lifestyle. One doesn’…

MIUI for Watch demoed on a mystery Xiaomi watch

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androidcommunity.com - Xiaomi is working on a new smartwatch. The Mi Watch is expected to be announced next week with Wear OS but now we’re hearing a new Xiaomi watch may also run on MIUI. There is no confirmation yet but …

Google reminds us how to keep our Android phones safe

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androidcommunity.com - Before Cybersecurity Awareness Month ends, Google reminds us that there are ways to protect yourself and your Android phone from all kinds of attacks and threats you may receive. Sometimes, it’s real…

SiriusXM gets support for Google Assistant on your devices

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androidcommunity.com - If you’re a fan and user of the SiriusXM satellite radio, it will now be more convenient for you to listen to your favorite shows and stations on your various devices. You will now get support for Go…

Lenati Executives Explain the Appeal of Subscription Programs

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loyalty360.org - Traditional, transaction-based loyalty programs—once the be-all, end-all of the industry—have in recent years become only one of many viable approaches to driving customer retention. One of the other…

Exclusive: Government officials around the globe targeted for hacking through WhatsApp - sources - Reuters

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reuters.com - WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Senior government officials in multiple U.S.-allied countries were targeted earlier this year with hacking software that used Facebook Inc’s WhatsApp to take over users’ phones…

Apple Pay Apparently Growing 4x As Fast As PayPal - Thurrott.com

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thurrott.com - Apple’s latest earnings report was kind of disappointing, with the company reporting a decline in profit for the last fiscal quarter. Apple did, however, report some interesting new stats during the …

Why website security affects SEO rankings (and what you can do about it)

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searchenginewatch.com - A few years ago I started a website and to my delight, the SEO efforts I was making to grow it were yielding results. However, one day I checked my rankings, and got the shock of my life. It had fall…

Apple Legend Steve Wozniak: Self-Driving Cars Aren't Coming Anytime Soon | Breitbart

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breitbart.com - Automotive News reports that during a recent discussion at the J.D. Power Auto Revolution conference in Las Vegas last week, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak discussed his view on self-driving cars sta…

Facebook Exec Defends Decision to Include Breitbart in Curated News Tab | Breitbart

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breitbart.com - Business Insider reports that Facebook’s Head of News Partnerships, Campbell Brown, has defended the site’s decision to include news agencies such as Breitbart News in the social media platforms newl…

Fox News Reporter Catherine Herridge Joins CBS News

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breitbart.com - Herridge, based in Washington, D.C., will have the title of senior investigative reporter and begin working for CBS News in November. “CBS News has always placed a premium on enterprise journalism an…

UK Police Investigating “Transphobic” Stickers That Contained Dictionary Definition of ‘Woman’

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infowars.com - A police force in the UK is investigating “transphobic” stickers that featured the dictionary definition of the word ‘woman’. Thames Valley Police have called for witnesses after the stickers were po…

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg: 2020 'Is Going to Be a Very Tough Year' | Breitbart

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breitbart.com - Business Insider reports that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is preparing for a rcky upcoming year, warning in a post that 2020 would be “very tough” for the firm. During a conference call with industr…

Facebook let a fake page posing as the Trump campaign run political ads

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cnn.com - New York (CNN Business)Even as its executives were out fiercely defending its policies on political ads this month, Facebook (FB) was allowing an obviously fake page that purported to be linked to Pr…

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SCIENCE

A robot puppet can learn to walk if it’s hooked up to human legs

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technologyreview.com - Humans don’t need to have seen a set of stairs before in order to know what it is—or how to climb them. But for a robot, they can present an insurmountable problem. Getting robots to mimic how we man…

More (high) Science weirdness... and more...

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davidbrin.blogspot.com - Before going into some science-y quirks, a couple of quick items? 1) In Britain guess what Brexit-opposers have chosen as their catchword? Yep, it's "Brin." See a fun and funny video of "Brin-ers" cr…

AI (Artificial Intelligence): What’s The Next Frontier For Healthcare?

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forbes.com - Getty Perhaps one of the biggest opportunities for AI (Artificial Intelligence) is the healthcare industry. According to ReportLinker, spending on this category is forecasted to jump from $2.1 billio…

'Pumpkin Sun' Picture Captures Our Star Looking Like a Jack-o'-lantern - Nerdist

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nerdist.com - It’s Nerdoween time again, hobgoblins and ghouls, and to celebrate the spirit of the season, NASA has reshared one of its timeless pictures: It’s the “Pumpkin Sun” photo taken by the Solar Dynamics O…

Some narcissistic traits may be useful for mental health

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medicalnewstoday.com - Narcissism is a personality disorder that gets a bad rap due to some of its characteristic traits, such as an inflated sense of self-importance and poor regard for others. But researchers now suggest…

Knowing Your Neighbours: Machine Learning on Graphs - KDnuggets

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kdnuggets.com - By Pantelis Elinas, senior machine learning research engineer. We live in a connected world and generate a vast amount of connected data. Social networks, financial transaction systems, biological ne…

Small satellite startup Kepler opens sign-ups for its IoT developer kits – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Kepler Communications, the Toronto-based startup that’s focused on developing and deploying shoebox-sized satellites to provide telecommunications services, is opening up registration for those inter…

Femtech startup Inne takes the wraps off a hormone tracker and $8.8M in funding – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Berlin-based femtech startup Inne is coming out of stealth to announce an €8 million (~$8.8M) Series A and give the first glimpse of a hormone-tracking subscription product for fertility-tracking and…

This tactile display lets visually impaired users feel on-screen 3D shapes – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Using a computer and modern software can be a chore to begin with for the visually impaired, but fundamentally visual tasks like 3D design are even harder. This Stanford team is working on a way to d…

College leaders express doubts about schools' agility in adapting to future challenges

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pbs.org - Do college and university presidents believe their institutions are well-prepared to adapt to the major headwinds facing higher education? And are their institutions operating in ways that suggest th…

The Internet Archive's massive repository of scanned books will help Wikipedia fight the disinformation wars

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boingboing.net - For years, the Internet Archive has been acquiring books (their goal is every book ever published) and warehousing them and scanning them. Now, these books are being "woven into Wikipedia" with a new…

Humans take more blame than cars for killing pedestrians

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arstechnica.com - MediaNews Group/Orange County Register via Getty Images Tonight, drivers in the US will kill more pedestrians than any other night of the year. An increase in people walking in low-light conditions m…

Level up: DeepMind’s AlphaStar achieves Grandmaster level in StarCraft II

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arstechnica.com - Back in January, Google's DeepMind team announced that its AI, dubbed AlphaStar, had beaten two top human professional players at StarCraft. But as we argued at the time, it wasn't quite a fair fight…

Neanderthals were different because their genes were regulated differently

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arstechnica.com - John Capra, a research scientist at Vanderbilt University, wants to know how evolution has shaped our genomes and how differences in genetics can account for differences in species. In his latest wor…

Marijuana smuggled in man’s nose and forgotten for 18 years turned to stone

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arstechnica.com - Nose pickers are often said to be digging for gold. But a 48-year-old Australian man needed an entirely different kind of nugget mined from his schnoz. Doctors excavated from the man's right nasal ca…

14% of Americans Say They Use CBD Products

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news.gallup.com - WASHINGTON, D.C. -- One in seven Americans say they personally use cannabidiol- (CBD-) based products, which have proliferated since last year's passage of a federal law legalizing this hemp form of …

What Is Modern UI Design? 10 Tips & Examples

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designshack.net - Chances are that you might not be able to list the aesthetics of a modern user interface, but you sure know when you land on a website that doesn’t use one. It just feels dated. Modern UI design help…

A Simple Explanation of JavaScript Closures

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dmitripavlutin.com - The callbacks, event handlers, higher-order functions can access outer scope variables thanks to closures. Closures are important in functional programming. While being used everywhere, closures are …

When to Use Microservices in Java

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jrebel.com - Microservices are gaining traction for developers, and many that haven’t already implemented this architecture are considering doing so. But how do you know when to use microservices and when it’s no…

‘Insufficient evidence’ cannabinoids improve mental health

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cosmosmagazine.com - The use of cannabinoids to treat mental health conditions cannot be justified based on current evidence, according to new analysis published in The Lancet Psychiatry. Combining results from 83 studie…

Six cars aced new pedestrian detection tests

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arstechnica.com - After reaching an all-time low in 2009, the number of pedestrian fatalities caused by cars has been on the rise in recent years. New technology has the potential to change that. A new report from the…

Introducing spider (inspired) cam

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cosmosmagazine.com - The metalens depth sensor working in real-time for different scenes. On the left are two raw images captured on the camera sensor and blurred slightly differently. On the right is the computed depth …

Researchers Pin-Point ‘Ancestral Homeland’ of All Modern Humans

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ancient-origins.net - Most people accept that anatomically modern humans first arose in Africa roughly 200,000 years ago, but the location where that monumental evolutionary event took place on the continent has been less…

The EPA disbanded our clean air science panel. We met anyway – and found that particle pollution regulations aren't protecting public health

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theconversation.com - Since 1980, emissions of six common air pollutants have decreased by 67%, thanks largely to government regulation. At the same time, U.S. gross domestic product has increased by 165%. While some asse…

5 frightening ways climate change will disrupt future human behavior

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inverse.com - If climate change isn’t already on your mind, new research shows it could severely affect your nutrition — and as a result, pretty much every other part of life. Exposure to increasing heat may drive…

Vampire bats are friendly, like us

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cosmosmagazine.com - Vampire bats (Desmodus rotundus) form enduring relationships much like humans and other social primates, according to new research. The findings, published in the journal Current Biology, confirm tha…

New analysis triples risk from rising sea levels

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cosmosmagazine.com - In three decades from now more than 300 million people’s homes could face annual coastal flooding and new high tide levels could cover land currently inhabited by around 150 million – many of them in…

A Power Law Keeps the Brain’s Perceptions Balanced | Quanta Magazine

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quantamagazine.org - The human brain is often described in the language of tipping points: It toes a careful line between high and low activity, between dense and sparse networks, between order and disorder. Now, by anal…

Tragedy of Cultural Relativism Strikes Again

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infowars.com - Help eliminate unwanted invaders from your body with Living Defense Plus™! https://assets.infowars.com/2019/10/livingdefenseplus_front__1.jpg https://www.infowarsstore.com/living-defense-plus.html?im…

Look Out For ‘Fireballs’ This Halloween As Moonless Meteor Shower Peaks In The Witching Hour

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forbes.com - Fireballs could be visible in the night skies this Halloween as the Taurid meteor shower peaks. Howard Edin, Oklahoma City Astronomy Club, ience@NASA, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center With a young mo…

Gilteritinib or Chemotherapy for Relapsed or Refractory FLT3-Mutated AML. - PubMed - NCBI

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ncbi.nlm.nih.gov - Patients with relapsed or refractory acute myeloid leukemia (AML) with mutations in the FMS-like tyrosine kinase 3 gene (FLT3) infrequently have a response to salvage chemotherapy. Gilteritinib is an…

Targeted Educational Programs Can Improve Educational Outcomes for Black Males

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jbhe.com - Nearly 10 years ago, school leaders in Oakland, California, launched the first district-level initiative of its kind in the nation: a program targeted exclusively to Black male high schoolers that wa…

Study Finds That HBCUs Get Shortchanged in Traditional College Rankings

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jbhe.com - A new study led by Precious M. Hardy, a doctoral student in educational psychology at the University of Missouri, notes that historically Black colleges and universities usually do not fare well in n…

Sea-level rise could flood hundreds of millions more than expected

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technologyreview.com - By the end of this century, rising oceans will almost certainly flood the lands where tens of millions of people live as accelerating climate change warms the waters and melts ice sheets. But precise…

Are There Benefits To Being A Narcissist? Research Says Yes

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mindbodygreen.com - Narcissism comes with a lot of negative habits, from acting superior to everyone around them to never taking responsibility for their actions. But new research suggests that, when all is said and don…

Exactly how scared should we be about Mercury going retrograde *on* Halloween?

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wellandgood.com - I’m going to cut straight to the chase here: Nothing has made me gasp louder as of late than learning that the Mercury retrograde in Scorpio starts on Halloween. It’s spooky news, and makes me wonder…

My Three Favourite Vegan Protein Sources | JSHealth

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jessicasepel.com - Happy World Vegan Day! With our focus on sustainability, animal welfare and health continuing to grow, there are more and more vegan options available to us all the time. I love adding in plant-based…

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BUSINESS

Fascinating Crypto Convo with Samson Williams - The Bad Crypto Podcast

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badcryptopodcast.com - We started this journey because the blockchain and crypto world fascinates us. And we knew that by doing so we’d have the opportunity to speak to some fascinating people. That is exactly what has hap…

California Destroys $1 Trillion Gig Economy With New Law

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forbes.com - New law targets app-based services to reclassify their independent contractors as employees in 2020. ... [+] (Photo by Paco Freire/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images) LightRocket via Getty Imag…

8 Best Business YouTube Channels to Sharpen Your Entrepreneur Skills

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blog.wishpond.com - As one of the biggest search engines in the world, and one of the biggest video libraries in the world, YouTube is also one of the best resources for self-education, motivation or just some good old …

Fiat Chrysler merges with PSA Group, owner of Peugeot and CitroΓ«n

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arstechnica.com - On Thursday it became official: Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and PSA Group are merging to become the world's fourth-largest automaker. Alfa Romeo, CitroΓ«n, Chrysler, Dodge, DS, Fiat, Maserati, Opel, Peu…

How you react when your systems fail may define your business – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Just around 9:45 a.m. Pacific Time on February 28, 2017, websites like Slack, Business Insider, Quora and other well-known destinations became inaccessible. For millions of people, the internet itsel…

Crunchbase raises $30M more to double down on its ambition to be a ‘LinkedIn for company data’ – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - The internet and search engines like Google have made the world our oyster when it comes to sourcing information, but in the world of business, there remains a persistent need for more targeted marke…

Freetrade, the UK challenger stockbroker, completes $15M Series A – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Freetrade, the U.K. challenger stockbroker that offers commission-free investing, has closed $15 million in Series A funding. The round includes a $7.5 million investment from Draper Esprit, the U.K.…

Sidewalk Labs (Alphabet’s grand experiment in smart cities) will move forward with Toronto project – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - In the two years since Sidewalk Labs pitched its vision for a grand smart city development — encompassing an entire neighborhood on the Toronto waterfront — the project has been beset by controversy …

Altria writes down $4.5 billion from its investment in Juul – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Facing increasing scrutiny from international and domestic regulators, the Altria Group has decided to write down its investment into the e-cigarette company JUUL by $4.5 billion. That’s roughly one-…

Japanese instant-credit provider Paidy raises $143 million from investors including PayPal Ventures – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Paidy, a Japanese financial tech startup that provides instant credit to consumers in Japan, announced today that it has raised a total of $143 million in new financing. This includes a $83 million S…

Namogoo raises $40M to stop unauthorized ad injections and ‘customer journey hijacking’ – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Namogoo, the Herzliya, Israel-based company that has developed a solution for e-commerce and other online enterprises to prevent “customer journey hijacking,” has raised $40 million in Series C fundi…

Twitter says government demands for user data continue to rise – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Twitter says the number of government demands for user data are at a record high. In its latest transparency report covering the six months between January and June, the social media giant said it re…

Trulia founder Pete Flint backs real estate startup Modus – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - The founders of Seattle-based Modus cold-emailed Pete Flint, the founder of Trulia and a current managing partner at the venture capital firm NFX, for months, to no avail. In a last-ditch effort, Ale…

Omio buys Rome2Rio to build out its global travel aggregator business – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Omio (nΓ©e GoEuro) has acquired multimodal travel veteran Rome2rio as it works on building out a global travel aggregator business, having taken the decision to zoom out from its home market of Europe…

The Utah startup scene gets another boost with Album VC’s new, $75 million fund – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Album VC, a Lehi, Utah-based early-stage venture firm that’s been known until now as Peak Ventures, just gathered up $75 million in capital commitments for its third early-stage fund. The development…

GoCardless CEO Hiroki Takeuchi is coming to Disrupt Berlin – TechCrunch

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Lawsuit: Juul sold tainted e-liquids to users “drunk and vaping like mo-fo’s”

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arstechnica.com - Leading e-cigarette-maker Juul knowingly sold a large amount of contaminated mint-flavored e-liquid, endangering public health in the name of profits, according to a lawsuit brought by Siddharth Brej…

50 Top B2B Marketing Influencers, Experts and Speakers in 2019 #mpb2b

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XRP Accounts for Over 50% Of All Crypto Transactions in Last 24 Hours

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cointelegraph.com - The number of daily XRP transactions is going through the roof, nearing an all-time high of 1.70 million. According to the crypto data tracker BitInfoCharts, XRP’s daily transactions now account for …

Worldwide Google Searches for ‘Bitcoin’ Hit 3-Month High

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cointelegraph.com - Worldwide Google searches for “Bitcoin” (BTC) — currently worth $9,400 — are now near a three-month high, according to Google Trends. Current interest is at the highest level since early August, when…

Russia: Government Official Expects to Mine 20% of the World’s Bitcoin

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cointelegraph.com - A Bitcoin mining company owned by Russia’s internet ombudsman is planning to open a new facility and corner 20% of the international market. As local financial news outlet RBC reported on Oct. 29, Ru…

Stablecoin Adoption: DAI in a Visa Card, Tether Sees Use in E-Commerce

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cointelegraph.com - Ethereum-based decentralized stablecoin DAI is now spendable where VISA cards are accepted and leading stablecoin Tether (USDT) is seeing increasing use by e-commerce organizations. According to a pr…

With Verint, Southern California Edison Brings Customer Centricity to Utilities

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Bank of America and Merrill Edge Enhance Preferred Rewards Program

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Tennessee Innocence Project raises $135,000

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tnledger.com - The Tennessee Innocence Project’s inaugural fundraiser drew nearly 300 individuals raised approximately $135,000 for the organization. The group’s mission is to exonerate innocent men and women wrong…

White House to Honor 141 Career Executives for Annual Presidential Award

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govexec.com - President Trump has recognized 141 Senior Executive Service employees with the annual Presidential Rank Award, which honors a small portion of the federal government’s top career employees for extrao…

Fed’s Next Rate Cut to Rock Investors

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infowars.com - Last Tuesday, the S&P 500 made a record high as markets anticipated another Fed rate cut. Some analysts say the big risk is that we’re seeing a boost in asset prices but no real uptick in the actual …

Trump Boasts on Economy Undercut by Weak Middle-Class Pay Gains

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newsmax.com - President Donald Trump boasts that a robust economy will protect him from impeachment and ensure his re-election, but it’s an argument resting on a shaky foundation. The middle-class Americans who ar…

How you can save tens of thousands of dollars in taxes by moving abroad | Sovereign Man

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sovereignman.com - Milton Friedman, one of the most influential economists of the 20th century, once said that “nothing is more permanent than a temporary government program.” The same can be said about temporary taxes.

Fed Chair Powell Doesn’t Want to Admit Economy Needs QE – Peter Schiff

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infowars.com - As expected, the Federal Reserve cut interest rates another 25 basis points on Wednesday. The mainstream read the post FOMC meeting comments to be relatively hawkish, saying Powell and Company seemed…

The 10 Richest Families in America

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Bristol Technology Showcase and Industrial Revolution 4.0: Is your business ready? | Business Leader News

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NY State Senate Bill S6324

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The Best Wine Quotes

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Last-Minute Holiday Marketing Guide for a Successful eCommerce Season

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Products Archive - Change Your Beliefs Now

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An Easy Guide to Winning Event Planning Marketing

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How To Write Faster: 7 Clever Ways to Hack Your Productivity - Craft Your Content

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Best Castles in England - Historic European Castles

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Forget poisoned candy and razor blades. Here’s the real Halloween horror

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arstechnica.com - You've likely heard the spooky stories: adorable, sugar-crazed kids gleefully toddle from door to door in their homemade costumes and festive masks—only to be handed razor-blade-stuffed apples or cya…

The 2020 Ford Shelby Mustang: a savage, daily-driver muscle car – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - The Shelby GT500 is a beast on the track. It’s not a surprise. After a day driving around Las Vegas, I found something that surprised me: The GT500 is as comfortable on the road as it is on the track.

Ember Mug 2 and Ember Travel Mug 2 review – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - One of the world’s most static technologies may be the humble mug, but startup Ember decided it was time for a change when they introduced their temperature-controlled smart mug to the market in 2016…

10 logo trends to watch in 2020 – Learn

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30 quotes for when you feel stressed – Learn

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How Home-Based Entrepreneurs Stay Super Productive

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100 Businesses You Can Start With Less Than $100

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entrepreneur.com - There are many obstacles to starting your own business, but money isn't always one of them. Have you ever dreamed of starting your own business? What's holding you back? If the answer is not having e…

Too Busy Not to Minimize

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becomingminimalist.com - Excess possessions rob us of time, money, energy, and focus. As the old proverb goes, “Those who buy what they do not need steal from themselves.” Additionally, excess possessions add stress, worry, …

Signs Your Website Feels More Like A Haunted House Than A Welcoming Home — Smashing Magazine

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An Anti-Evil Witch Bottle Found Hidden In Pub

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ancient-origins.net - There has been a remarkable if creepy discovery in Northamptonshire, in Britain. During construction work, a ‘witch bottle’ was discovered. This was once believed to protect people and places from bl…

Depth and Beauty: Grand Vizier’s Mehmed Pasa Sokolovic’s Bridge

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ancient-origins.net - The Mehmed Pasa Sokolovic Bridge in Visegrad, Bosnia and Herzegovina, is considered to be one of the most remarkable in the world. It is one of the most important heritage sites in Bosnia and a maste…

13 Extremely Local Ghost Stories

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atlasobscura.com - We’ve covered all sorts of spirits in this most spooky of weeks, but it would be downright irresponsible of us not to include a few of your ghost stories. While Atlas Obscura is firmly in the skeptic…

7,000-year-old Fortress Found Under the Yumuktepe Mound

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ancient-origins.net - Archaeologists in Turkey have uncovered a section of a prehistoric fortress wall. It was found at the Yumuktepe mound, which dates back to the Neolithic period, some 9,000 years ago. This fortress is…

Macy’s Herald Square Undergoes Renovation for a New In-Store Experience

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loyalty360.org - For some time now, Macy’s has been rethinking the indoor experience. It’s Story concept, which features rotating seasonal themes, has given shoppers an engaging reason to put down their devices, hop …

One Bowl Pumpkin Bread

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thetravelbite.com - During the fall, I’ll typically post several different variations of pumpkin flavored treats — but pumpkin bread has to be my favorite. Not only is it a classic fall recipe, but baking pumpkin bread …

The Best of Times or the Worst of Times? | Bruce Turkel

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bruceturkel.com - Back in the not-so-distant dark days of Web 1.0, I belonged to a group of entrepreneurs, engineers, and marketing types called The Internet Users Group. We would meet once every couple of months in S…

Lawmakers Push Trump on Promised Vaping Ban

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newsmax.com - Lawmakers and outside groups are urging President Donald Trump to make good on his promise to institute a federal ban on flavored e-cigarettes more than a month after he raised the issue. In Septembe…

Video: Drag Queen Simulates Cutting Baby Out of Her Womb, Drinking Blood

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infowars.com - Video out of New York shows a drag queen simulating cutting a baby out of her womb, drinking blood and pulling its head off as onlookers in a bar cheer. The clip shows Blair Back during a performance…

The Legend of the Lake Michigan Triangle

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Sarah Michelle Gellar shares her two-word mantra to get you through any tough time

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wellandgood.com - Nobody has been waiting for the Sarah Michelle Gellar renaissance like I have. Her Instagram is my self care; every time I need a burst of wholesome, glowing energy, she rises to the top of my newsfe…

I Did Home Workouts in College Weekly — Here Are the Products I Used That I Still Rely on Today

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At the Met, heavy metal on a continental scale

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Arm day is coming, and trainers say this move remix is the key to crushing it

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ICE Is Deporting My Mother. She's Recovering from Stage 4 Cancer

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Medical student confronts Boris Johnson for his 'PR stunt' visit to hospital

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mirror.co.uk - An angry medical student confronted Boris Johnson over his "PR stunt" visit to a hospital today. The Prime Minister visited Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambs, to meet staff and patients - despite mountin…

Statement of the NATO-Ukraine Commission - Kyiv, 31 October 2019

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nato.int - The NATO-Ukraine Commission (NUC) met in Kyiv today in the presence of President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and members of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine to discuss the security situation in and around…

White House Aide Confirms He Saw Signs of a Quid Pro Quo on Ukraine

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nytimes.com - “Ambassador Taylor and I had no reason to believe that the public release of the security sector assistance might be conditioned on a public statement reopening the Burisma investigation until my Sep…

16 men arrested for seeking sex from minors in TBI sting

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newschannel5.com - SMYRNA, Tenn. (WTVF) — Sixteen men were caught by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigations during a two-day human trafficking sting in Rutherford County. TBI set up decoy advertisements on websites, lo…

Opinion | Americans must search their conscience and ‘google Uyghurs’

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washingtonpost.com - A group of Uighur American activists protest inside Capital One Arena at the Washington Wizards home opener against the Houston Rockets on Wednesday. (Josh Rogin/The Washington Post) By Josh Rogin cl…

What lies ahead for Africa’s rhinos?

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awf.org - There are about 25,000 rhinos in all of Africa today. This number becomes more meaningful — and painful — when you consider rhinos’ former strength on the continent. Black rhinos once numbered in the…

Johnson accused of withholding key report on Russia from voters

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theguardian.com - Downing Street has been accused of sitting on an explosive parliamentary report on the security threat posed by Russia to the UK, which examined allegations that Kremlin-sponsored activity distorted …

Ukrainian Officer Details Russian Electronic Warfare Tactics Including Radio "Virus"

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thedrive.com - Russia also continues to hack into individual cellphones, with Pavlenko saying that the Russians had gotten into his phone at least twice in 2018. He also confirmed that Russia has used its ability t…

4900 Migrants Rescued by CBP, Border Patrol in 2019

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breitbart.com - During Fiscal Year 2019, which ended on September 30, CBP officers and Border Patrol agents combined their efforts to affect the rescue of at least 4,900 migrants, CBP Acting Commissioner Mark Morgan…

A Huge Empire Requires a Huge Government

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infowars.com - The chaos arising from U.S. interventionism in Syria provides an excellent opportunity to explore the interventionist mind. Consider the terminology being employed by interventionists: President Trum…

More Middle Eastern Countries Join US In Sanctions Against Hezbollah-Linked Iranian Financial Network

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infowars.com - Six Middle Eastern countries have joined the U.S. in sanctioning an Iranian financial network linked to the Iranian military and Hezbollah, Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said Wednesday. Bahrain, K…

Lee Smith: Deep State Launched ‘Paper Coup’ Against Trump with Russiagate

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breitbart.com - Smith drew on a chapter entitled “The Paper Coup” from The Plot Against the President, describing attempts to entrap Trump in an action that could be framed as obstruction of justice by the architect…

Ex-CIA Director Brennan: Votes Swayed by Russian Influence Operation

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newsmax.com - Former CIA Director John Brennan said on Wednesday that at least some American voters were swayed as a result of Russia's 2016 election interference operation, a statement that went further than the …

Sharpton, Zuckerberg To Meet on Facebook Political Ads

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newsmax.com - The Rev. Al Sharpton and other civil rights leaders will sit down with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to discuss the social networking site’s political ad policy, The Hill reports. Zuckerberg is set to…

McConnell: US Must Stand With Protesters in Iraq, Lebanon

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newsmax.com - Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said Thursday that the Trump administration should oppose violent efforts to end anti-government protests in Lebanon and Iraq and should work with leade…

‘Spill Bill?’ Ex-President Fuels Speculations Hillary Clinton May Run in 2020 With Nebulous Remark

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infowars.com - The rumours that the former secretary of state might try her fortunes once again after being defeated by Donald Trump in 2016 have been circulating for weeks, played up by the incumbent president, le…

Ukrainian Oligarch Seethed About ‘Overlord’ Biden for Years

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thedailybeast.com - Indicted Ukrainian gas oligarch Dmytro Firtash spent more than $1 million hiring key figures in Republican efforts to investigate the Biden family. His lawyers—who often go on Fox News to defend Pres…

Is ISIS Using TikTok to Recruit Young Women?

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elle.com - On TikTok, high schoolers flaunt their VSCO style, sing along to Billie Eilish, and turn themselves into cowboys. Cat owners and dog lovers upload clips of their furry friends dancing to "Mr. Sandman…

Exclusive: U.S. withholding $105 million in security aid for Lebanon - sources - Reuters

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reuters.com - WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration is withholding $105 million in security aid for Lebanon, two U.S. officials said on Thursday, two days after the resignation of Leb…

Is John Bolton a hero? Hell no — except in the gritty mob-thriller version of the Trump era

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rawstory.com - Although it does not appear that Bolton was the whistleblower who eventually alerted Congress to Trump’s infamous July phone call with Volodymyr Zelensky, I’d be shocked if he didn’t know it was comi…

Oops: Trump Has Only Acquired 16% of Texas Land Needed for His Wall

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vanityfair.com - Remember Donald Trump’s wall? The edifice along the southern border that was supposed to be about yea high, paid for by Mexico, and answers to the name “Big Beautiful”? One of Trump’s signature campa…

American University students protest student dragged out of own apartment by police

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fox5dc.com - A video of American University police officers dragging a student out of her room sparked protests on campus Monday. WASHINGTON (FOX 5 DC) - Dozens of American University students protested Monday ou…

Pakistan: 70 dead after gas cylinder fire on train

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cnn.com - (CNN)At least 70 people have died after a gas canister exploded in a train in Pakistan, authorities said. The train was passing through the Punjab city of Rahim Yar Khan on Thursday morning when the …

Retired Cop Says Atatiana Jefferson Was Right To Be Armed

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25+ Powerful FOMO Statistics to Skyrocket Sales (2019)

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Clickfunnels Review 2019 – Is It Worth the Money?

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dreamgrow.com - Last Updated on October 29th, 2019 ClickFunnels lets anyone build a sales funnel that converts leads into customers 24/7 without relying on an expensive tech team…or so the company claims. But is it …

An Easy Guide to Winning Event Planning Marketing

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blog.wishpond.com - If you’re starting a new event planning business, once you’ve set the foundations, you have your next challenge: getting a steady flow of clients. As anyone who’s started their own business knows, th…

Top 11 BigCommerce Apps That Will Convert More Customers In 2019

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Are There Benefits To Being A Narcissist? Research Says Yes

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mindbodygreen.com - Narcissism comes with a lot of negative habits, from acting superior to everyone around them to never taking responsibility for their actions. But new research suggests that, when all is said and don…

2 Tarot Spreads That Are Just Spooky Enough For Halloween

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mindbodygreen.com - Halloween wasn't always all about cutting holes in pumpkins and donning cat ears. The holiday we celebrate today is adapted from the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain. According to Celtic tradition,…

I Did Home Workouts in College Weekly — Here Are the Products I Used That I Still Rely on Today

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There Are 11 Sex Personality Types. Which One Are You?

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