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French 'yellow vest' protesters march for the 5th weekend straight

Thousands of "yellow vest" protesters assembled in Paris Saturday for a fifth consecutive weekend of demonstrations, though the crowd was smaller and more peaceful than it has been in weekends prior. Additional assemblies were anticipated around...
Topics: Protests, France, Paris

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Google Lens for Android revamped with compact interface and other tweaks

Google Lens rolled out to the Google app for iOS at the beginning of this week. As part of that availability, the visual search experience for Android also received a number of tweaks to optimize the interface in both Google Assistant and Google...
Topics: Google, Android, Android Apps, Mobile Technology, Ios, Tech Photos

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Trump Tweets Misleading Claim About FBI Agents’ Missing Texts to Discredit Russia Probe

President Donald Trump went on Twitter Saturday to put forward a story line that is clearly misleading, pushing an argument that makes a software error sound like a grand anti-Trump conspiracy theory. Considering his lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, did the...
Topics: Donald Trump, FBI, Russia, Social Media, Conspiracy Theories

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Trump let Ryan Zinke keep his job until after he threw Christmas party for lobbyists: report

President Donald Trump reportedly wanted outgoing-Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke fired weeks ago but the White House allowed him to keep his job until after he threw a Christmas bash at his office for lobbyists and cronies. According to a report in...
Topics: Donald Trump, Christmas, White House

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Thousands of troops to remain on US-Mexico border as original deployment ends

The original border mission is coming to a close, but thousands of U.S. troops will remain for an extended and reduced mission.
Topics: Mexico

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Apple lied about iPhone X screen size and pixel count, lawsuit alleges - CNET

The plaintiffs are seeking class action status.
Topics: Apple, Iphone, Mobile Technology, Lawsuits

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North Carolina Republican Says He Chose to Hire Controversial Operative

Mark Harris, the Republican candidate in the Ninth Congressional District, denied wrongdoing and said he hired L. McCrae Dowless Jr. because of his work on a past campaign.

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Why Is Berry Global (BERY) Down 4.1% Since Last Earnings Report?

Want the latest recommendations from Zacks Investment Research? Today, you can download 7 Best Stocks for the Next 30 Days. Click to get this free report Berry Global Group, Inc. (BERY): Free Stock Analysis Report To read this article on...

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Skyscraper Construction: Nobody Comes Close To China In 2018

With 143 buildings 200 meters tall (660 feet) or higher constructed across the globe, 2018 was another hugely impressive year for skyscraper construction. As Statista's Niall McCarthy notes, according to The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban...
Topics: China

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Is ONEOK a Buy?

ONEOK (NYSE: OKE) has enjoyed a strong year in 2018. Overall, the high-yielding midstream giant has delivered a total return of more than 20%. While it has come off its high a bit in recent weeks, due to volatility in both the stock and oil markets,...
Topics: US Equity Markets

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6 Benefits Today's Workers Expect

In today's healthy job market, attracting and retaining talent is easier said than done. As an employer, however, you're no doubt aware that replacing valuable workers comes at a cost and finding new hires can be a time-consuming process. It's...

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3 Stocks That Are Absurdly Cheap Right Now

Much of the discussion in the investing world right now seems to be centered on whether the near-decade-long bull run is done and whether stocks will soon head lower into bearish territory. However, with sell-offs hitting the market, there are...

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Author on Terrorism: Macron Was Wrong Considering Climate Change Worst Problem

France’s Interior Minister has today confirmed that the man suspected of opening fire at a Christmas market has been shot dead. Cherif Chekatt killed three people and injured 13 in the French city of Strasbourg on Tuesday. Sputnik spoke about it...
Topics: Terrorism, Emmanuel Macron, France, Christmas

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Facebook’s Portal just got a slew of updates, for those of you who actually bought it

Talk about inauspicious timing. Facebook announced a bevy of new updates today for its Portal video chat hardware that already had some people a little squeamish about inviting the social network into their home via a dedicated piece of hardware...
Topics: Facebook, Social Media, Tech Videos

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Samsung One UI teaser, ASUS is focusing on gaming phones | Pocketnow Daily

Also on our show, Apple is adapting to an iPhone sales ban, but warns of consequences and analysts take a hint. Plus, Sony phone deals! The post Samsung One UI teaser, ASUS is focusing on gaming phones | Pocketnow Daily appeared first on Pocketnow.
Topics: Samsung, Mobile Technology, Asus, Apple, Iphone, Sony

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Market For Troy Tulowitzki

There are six teams currently in the running to sign shortstop Troy Tulowitzki, per Susan Slusser of the San Francisco Chronicle (via Twitter). Tulo and his agent plan on narrowing the field as early as today.  Though they’ve been rumored as a...
Topics: Social Media, Twitter (business)

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Emotional military homecomings aren't just for humans

There is no feeling like greeting your loved one when they return home from deployment. This is true for animal family members as well.        
Topics: Military

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GOP feels heat in wake of Obamacare ruling: 'It's all the downsides'

Congress was ready to move on from Obamacare.The midterm elections took repeal off the table, and Democrats were gearing up for a party-defining fight over “Medicare for All.” But Friday night’s ruling by a federal judge in Texas that the...
Topics: Obamacare, Medicare

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Fuchsia Friday: A first look at the Fuchsia SDK, which you can download here

With the significant news this week that the Fuchsia SDK and a Fuchsia “device” are being added to the Android Open Source Project, now seems like a good time to learn more about the Fuchsia SDK. Today on Fuchsia Friday, we dive into the...
Topics: Android, Mobile Technology, Open Source Software

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Emily Ratajkowski Leaves Nothing To The Imagination In A Nearly-Nude Black Bikini

Well-known for her raunchy pictures on Instagram, Emily Ratajkowski wowed her fans once again as she left almost nothing to the imagination by wearing the skimpiest bikini to promote her swimsuit line, Inamorataswim. In the picture which she posted...
Topics: Instagram

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Public Safety Minister calls all reports on Canada banning 5G ‘speculation’

Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale says any reports that Canada could ban Huawei from its 5G networks are “speculation.”The Sydney Morning Herald reported that Ottawa has plans to ban the Shenzhen-based smartphone giant from doing any research...
Topics: Canada, Huawei, Australia, Ottawa

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WATCH Russian Tu-160 Strategic Bombers Return From Venezuela

During their visit to Venezuela, two Russian strategic bombers carried out a planned flight over the Caribbean Sea and held military drills in the equatorial area, including joint flights with the Venezuelan Air Force jets.
Topics: Venezuela, Military

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Get ready for brands to be much more pushy on Instagram

Instagram is starting to look more and more like Facebook. The app is testing a new feature that would let brands add prominent buttons linking back to their business inside the app. The feature, which an Instagram spokesperson confirmed is being...
Topics: Instagram, Facebook, Social Media

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Remembering Pan Am Flight 103

Thirty years after the terrorist bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, the FBI and its partners are still actively seeking justice for the 270 victims and their families.
Topics: Terrorism, FBI

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The Most Disliked Video Of All Time On YouTube Has Been Crowned, And It’s Not Justin Bieber’s...

YouTube, founded over a decade ago in 2005, has become a veritable cultural cache of content that comes from creators great and small. Controversies erupt over some high-profile submissions, while others languish in obscurity from the very day they...
Topics: Entertainment Videos, Justin Bieber

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