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4 Proven Ways to Prepare Tonight for a Productive Tomorrow  

It's well known the way you start your morning affects the rest of your day

2017-11-19 17:04:34
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Delta Is Removing Something Incredibly Basic From Some Transatlantic Flights  

We have come to this.

2017-11-19 15:49:08
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Ellen Pao explains the root cause of Silicon Valley's bro culture  

Josh Edelson/Bloomberg via Getty Images In the last year, many venture capitalists and tech CEOs have stepped down due to sexual harassment allegations. Ellen Pao believes the toxic work culture in Silicon Valley is due to the power imbalance between people working in tech and venture capitalists. She also believes that the venture capitalists set a precedent for the behavior of  their investments.   This week, venture capitalist Steve Jurvetson of Draper Fisher Jurvetson,&n

2017-11-19 15:45:00
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Alabama's largest newspapers used Sunday's front page to tell voters, 'Stand for decency, reject Roy Moore'  

Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images Alabama's most influential newspapers denounced Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore and threw their support behind Democrat Doug Jones in a scathing editorial on Sunday. The joint editorial board said the seriousness of the sexual misconduct allegations against Moore "cannot be overstated" and called the state's upcoming election a "turning point" for women "in a state that has silenced them for too long." Several polls have shows voters' support for Moore cr

2017-11-19 15:31:45
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Mexican authorities found another 'bazooka' likely used to hurl drugs over the border  

Mexican authorities found another 'bazooka' likely used to hurl drugs over the borderNOW WATCH: One of these prototypes could become Trump's border wall

2017-11-19 15:30:00
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'Justice League' disappoints with the lowest opening of any DC movie yet  

Warner Bros. "Justice League" made $96 million, and was the No. 1 movie at the box office this weekend. But it was the worst opening ever in the DC Extended Universe. "Wonder" starring Julia Roberts came in second. LOS ANGELES (AP) — Only in the modern era of superhero films could a $96 million opening weekend be considered anything less than impressive. But that's the situation Warner Bros. and DC's "Justice League" find themselves in. The big budget superhero mashup came

2017-11-19 15:18:00
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Deere, GameStop and More Earnings Coming This Week  

24/7 Wall St. has put together a preview of Lowe's, Salesforce.com and some of the other top companies reporting their latest results in the coming week. … Continue reading →

2017-11-19 15:15:57
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9 ways millennials are approaching marriage differently from their parents  

Mona Varga/Flickr Marriage looks a lot different today than it did 30 or 60 years ago. For example, millennials are more open to interracial and interfaith relationships and less likely to have sex outside of marriage. We rounded up the biggest differences between the way millennials and their predecessors approach marriage. The institution of marriage is constantly evolving. Couples who get hitched today create a partnership that looks totally different from their parents' and grandp

2017-11-19 15:07:00
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Saudi Arabia is making a risky market share sacrifice  

AP/Hasan Jamali Saudi Arabia has been constricting exports to the United States and several Asian countries. The US is experiencing a trade surplus with Saudi Arabia for the first time since 1998. Saudi Arabia could be squeezed out of North American market share.   The 600,000 barrels per day Port Arthur refinery has exclusively processed Saudi Arabian crude since 1988, when Saudi Aramco first bought a stake in the facility—the largest of its kind in the United States. But

2017-11-19 15:03:00
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In a puzzling national address, 93-year-old Robert Mugabe doesn't stand down as Zimbabwe's president after dramatic military coup  

Thomson Reuters Robert Mugabe agreed on Sunday to resign as Zimbabwe's president, sources told Reuters and The Wall Street Journal. The decision came after a de facto, dramatic military coup last week. Mugabe, the only leader the southern African nation has known since independence from Britain in 1980, was replaced by Emmerson Mnangagwa, the deputy he sacked this month. But during an address to the nation Sunday night, Mugabe didn't resign. HARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwe's President Rob

2017-11-19 14:50:00
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IPO News This Week: A Holiday Break After Another Big Week  

Following a week with nine successful IPOs, there is but one scheduled for the short holiday week ahead. So far this year, the number of IPOs is up more than 50% and the amount raised is more than double last year's totals to date. … Continue reading →

2017-11-19 14:14:05
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US Marines are returning to 'old stomping grounds' in Iraq to fight an evolving enemy  

US Marines are returning to 'old stomping grounds' in Iraq to fight an evolving enemyNOW WATCH: Here's what it was like to live in a city controlled by ISIS

2017-11-19 14:03:58
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21 Trends These Executives Saw in 2017  

Here's what has been gaining momentum in the last 11 months.

2017-11-19 14:02:19
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Most mass killers are men who also attacked their families  

Pavel Golovkin/AP Research indicates that many mass killers have a history of domestic abuse and violence towards their wives and girlfriends. Up to 30% of domestic violence cases go unregistered resulting in the abuser's gun rights remaining intact. If police wait for broken bones, they miss more than 95 percent of domestic violence incidents.  An average of 50 American women are shot to death each month by a current or former intimate partner. Most abusers will not become

2017-11-19 14:00:00
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The Week’s Top Homes: A Place with Snap! Crackle! Pop! and a $45 Million Mansion  

Top homes listed for sale last week included a 1920's getaway for cereal magnate W.K. Kellogg and a Beverly Hills home priced at $45 million. … Continue reading →

2017-11-19 13:59:56
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'Mudbound' is the best movie Netflix has released so far — and you can watch it today  

Steve Dietl/Netflix Dee Rees' "Mudbound" is one of the best movies of the year. It's also the best movie Netflix has released to date. The ensemble cast is terrific, but Jason Mitchell proves he's one of the best up-and-coming actors working today. Writer-director Dee Rees has been a shining star in the independent film world for years now, having given us movies like her striking debut feature “Pariah” in 2011, about a black Brooklyn teenager struggling with her gay identi

2017-11-19 13:43:00
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'I should have left them in jail!': Trump responds to LaVar Ball belittling his role in son's release from China  

Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP The three UCLA basketball players who were arrested in China and charged with shoplifting returned stateside after President Trump met with Xi Jingping to ask for help in the case. LaVar Ball, father of LiAngelo Ball, downplayed Trump's involvement with his son's release while speaking with ESPN. On Sunday morning, Trump sent out a tweet suggesting Ball was ungrateful for his help and that he "should have left [the players] in jail!" President

2017-11-19 13:40:00
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5 things that make your coworkers think you're condescending — even when you don't mean to be  

Sebastiaan ter Burg/Flickr Everyone picks up some arrogant habits from time to time. There are 5 signs you might be acting in a condescending manner to your coworkers. Some of these signs include always putting yourself first, or equating your experiences to someone else's. Let's talk about those colleagues. Do you know the type I'm talking about? The ones who have a knack for climbing up on their high horses while making you feel oh-so-small and unimportant? Nobody likes that

2017-11-19 13:30:00
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8 Tricks For Maximizing Holiday Sales With Facebook Ads  

Maximize your holiday sales numbers with strategic use of Facebook advertising

2017-11-19 13:20:30
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Why Does the IEA Always Underestimate Solar Energy’s Rapid Growth?  

The installation of new solar photovoltaic panels has far outstripped the International Energy Agency's long-term projections, but the agency continues to underestimate solar's growth. … Continue reading →

2017-11-19 13:13:03
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STEPHEN ROSS: 'I don't think New York has a chance' to land Amazon's HQ2  

Cities across the country have been posturing to entice Amazon's second headquarters. A panel of real estate experts disagreed on whether New York could win over the internet giant. After Amazon announced its plans for a second headquarters, Related Companies approached the online retail giant with a simple pitch: “Wherever you go, we want to be your developer,” the company’s CEO Jeff Blau recalled at NYU Schack Institute’s annual conference on capital markets

2017-11-19 13:05:00
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Forget electric cars — electric roads are the real key to the future  

chrisyarzab/Flickr A team at Siemens has created the eHighway, a mile-long stretch of road located near Los Angeles. Three different types of trucks are currently testing it. Cars cannot currently drive on it. Its creators believe it will lower emissions and fill transport needs without overloading the already-stressed rail infrastructure in the US. The road's setup is similar to how a trolley or a streetcar would move through space.   “Breathe in that smog and feel lucky

2017-11-19 13:00:00
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Solar micro-grids aren't a miracle solution for Puerto Rico's power woes  

Alvin Baez/Reuters Hurricane Maria left Puerto Rico's aging power grid ruined, which was run by the bankrupt power authority, PREPA. PREPA's economic woes led to the power company becoming very opposed to renewable energy, instead opting to keep the broken system. Elon Musk offered power grids to Puerto Rico in order to power its hospitals, but Puerto Rico needs much more than philanthropy. The island needs a new power grid and more solar grids that can be paid for and operated s

2017-11-19 13:00:00
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Mnuchin says he should take it 'as a compliment' that people compared him to a James Bond villain after the money photos went viral  

Fox News Sunday Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said he wasn't expecting photos of himself at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing to be made public. The photos of Mnuchin and his wife Louise Linton holding new money bearing his signature went viral last week. Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin said he wasn't bothered when people online compared him to a James Bond villain after he posed for photos with money at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing last week. Appearing on "Fox News Sund

2017-11-19 12:50:51
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8 things the smartest people never reveal about themselves at work  

Sebastiaan ter Burg/Flickr LinkedIn Influencer Travis Bradberry published this post originally on LinkedIn. Building a network requires opening up to your colleagues — but you should be careful how much you share.  There are some things you should avoid discussing entirely, including your political beliefs, if you hate your job, and if you think someone else is incompetent. At work, sharing the right aspects of yourself in the right ways is an art form. Disclo

2017-11-19 12:38:00
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6 outrageous perks Jet.com is offering employees to compete with Amazon  

Sarah Jacobs/Business Insider • Jet.com is the Walmart's answer to its rival online retail giant Amazon. • The Walmart subsidiary offers employees tempting perks in order to draw in talent. • Benefits range from a generous parental leave policy to fun office traditions. Jet.com, which Walmart acquired in 2016 for $3.3 billion, is the big box chain's answer to Amazon. In order to compete in the online retail war for talent, Jet.com likes to tell prospective candidates t

2017-11-19 12:34:00
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GOLDMAN SACHS: Tesla's new big rig won't solve its Model 3 problems (TSLA)  

Reuters / Rebecca Cook On Thursday night, Tesla unveiled its new electric semi truck and high-end Roadster model. Goldman Sachs analyst David Tamberrino is still bearish on Tesla's stock at current levels due to continued production issues around the Model 3 sedan. Tesla's shares may be climbing after the company unveiled its new electric semi truck and high-end Roadster, but not everyone is so optimistic. Goldman Sachs analyst David Tamberrino is one of those skeptics, because he just

2017-11-19 12:11:00
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Chevy Slashes Price Of A Corvette By $9,000 As Sales Crash  

GM’s (NYSE: GM) Chevy says it is “closeout” time for the 2017 versions of many of its cars. Among the vehicles with the largest discounts is the 2017 Corvette Z06 which is priced $9,107 below MSRP. The decision is ironic. Chevy just introduced, with great fanfare, the new Corvette Z1 which will be available in … … Continue reading →

2017-11-19 12:10:11
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14 things Black Friday workers wish shoppers would stop doing  

Reuters/Luke MacGregorThere's just something about Black Friday that turns even the most ordinary, usually-well-mannered people into frenzied shopping monsters. "I can't believe the level of rudeness that somehow comes out of people this day," one former Black Friday worker told Business Insider. "I had my fair share of rude customers on regular days, but Black Friday brings out a really ugly side to people," she said. "I'm sure it's a combination of being out there early and the long lin

2017-11-19 12:03:00
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Science explains how to get what you want  

Strelka Institute for Media, Architecture and Design/Flickr Psychologists believe people can be more easily persuaded when they're scared. Doing a favor for someone makes them more inclined to respond positively to you. Use the "foot-in-the-door method" to ask for something smaller and then eventually what you really want.   Whether it's getting your partner to do more housework or making your colleagues back your latest idea, we all end up spending a considerable amoun

2017-11-19 12:00:00
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This color-coded chart shows which finance jobs are in demand — and where Wall Street is headed  

Sarah Jacobs/Business Insider Wall Street recruiting firm Options Group just published its annual compensation report, predicting a decline in 2017 compensation for most traders. In the same report, the firm included a chart forecasting hiring activity in 2018 by activity.  In the US, information technology is likely to see high activity while commodities, equity derivatives and electronic markets are forecast to see moderate activity.  If you work in information te

2017-11-19 11:58:00
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How Jon Gruden turned coaching success into huge paydays from ESPN — all while being one of the most sought-after coaching candidates in the game  

Chris Livingston/GettyNearly a full decade after calling his last play as an NFL head coach, Jon Gruden remains one of the biggest names in professional football. After leading the Oakland Raiders to back-to-back division titles in 2000 and 2001, Gruden was flipped to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in a blockbuster trade. There, he became the youngest Super Bowl-winning head coach in history. Since Gruden's coaching days ended, he has been an analyst on "Monday Night Football," a

2017-11-19 11:57:00
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An 'Uber for buses' startup is launching an ICO to end tipping altogether — and it's already raised $6 million  

Skedaddle Skedaddle, an 'Uber-for-buses' startup, is launching a blockchain project that aims to completely eliminate tipping. Users can rate any interaction with a service worker, which also functions as a tip, and follows a worker from job to job.  CEO Adam Nestler isn't worried about a potential bubble in cryptocurrencies, and says the company has already raised $6 million of its ICO goal.  Skedaddle, a New York-based bus chartering service that allows anyone to create a r

2017-11-19 11:47:00
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Bernie Sanders dodges question about whether Al Franken should resign  

CNN A Los Angeles TV and radio host accused Sen. Al Franken of sexual misconduct this week. On Sunday, Sen. Bernie Sanders wouldn't say whether the Minnesota Democrat should resign. Sen. Bernie Sanders dodged a question about whether Sen. Al Franken should resign after a Los Angeles TV and radio host accused the Minnesota Democrat of sexual misconduct this week. "I think that's a decision for Al Franken and the people of the state of Minnesota," Sanders said when asked on CNN's "State

2017-11-19 11:37:12
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An MIT psychologist who studies how tech infiltrates our brains reveals her own tech habits  

Jemal Countess/Getty Images Sherry Turkle is an MIT psychologist who has been studying human relationships to technology for several decades. As smartphones and devices become harder to resist, Turkle said she's made a conscious effort to use them only when necessary. She acknowledged not all tech is bad, and still loves using her computer to write. If the highest praise for someone's expertise is that they've written the book on a subject, then MIT psychologist Sherry Turkle is an exp

2017-11-19 11:30:00
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5 Marketing Success Metrics You Probably Aren't Measuring  

These under-used indicators of success will help you see where you stand in the competitive landscape

2017-11-19 11:20:05
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Chipotle is facing a reckoning — and I saw why it may never again be the chain it once was  

Hollis Johnson Chipotle has had a rough two years marked by E. coli scares and lackluster menu additions.  The chain's efforts to turn things around have yet to really work.  Chipotle still has a ways to go before it turns things around — if it can.   It's been a bumpy ride for Chipotle. The chain's reputation has never truly recovered from the 2015 E. coli outbreak that left 50 people sick in 14 states. Chipotle's tarnished image has led to slumping sa

2017-11-19 11:17:00
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This guy grew up sleeping on a weight bench — now he trains celebrities like Tony Robbins and The Rock  

Tony Robbins is 57 years old but his schedule is as physically grueling as it's ever been. As the world's most famous life coach, Robbins is constantly traveling the world and averages 60 events annually. It's common for him to put in 16-hour workdays during one of his signature seminar events, and much of that time is spent jumping and running around a stage. This is where Billy Beck III comes in. Robbins hired Beck as his full-time personal trainer four years ago, and Beck has helped him acco

2017-11-19 11:15:00
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Trump administration officials are getting grilled over whether the president still supports Roy Moore  

ABC Trump administration officials are facing tough questions about his response to allegations of sexual misconduct leveled at Roy Moore. Some Republicans have distanced themselves from Alabama GOP US Senate candidate Moore. Top officials in the Trump administration have continued to dodge questions about whether the president still supports embattled Alabama GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore amid multiple allegations of sexual misconduct. In the week since multiple women said Moore enga

2017-11-19 11:11:56
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Walmart is making a mockery of the retail apocalypse — and traders are betting it'll keep soaring (WMT)  

Reuters/Jeff Mitchell Walmart crushed its most recent earnings report, beating Wall Street profit and sales estimates while also raising full-year guidance. The company also grew e-commerce gross merchandise volume by 54%, suggesting that it's holding off Amazon. Traders made adjustments to get more bullish heading into earnings, and they are positioned for more strength ahead for Walmart's stock. There's no denying that the retail apocalypse is sweeping America, leaving thousands of b

2017-11-19 11:10:00
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Real estate M&A has eclipsed the record level set on the eve of the financial crisis — and it's to do with the retail apocalypse (GGP)  

Johnny Joo It's been a record year for real estate mergers and acquisitions, with $387 billion in announced transactions worldwide. Part of the explanation rests with Real Estate Investment Trusts (REITs) that own and operate shopping malls, which have been battered amid the ongoing retail apocalypse but now may be undervalued. Global logistics businesses, which need warehouses to house and distribute product, are also driving the trend. Mergers and acquisitions of real estate com

2017-11-19 11:08:00
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Here's how to navigate one of the most epic New York food traditions — 'Dim Sum' in Chinatown  

Harrison Jacobs/Business Insider Dim sum in New York's Chinatown neighborhoods is a popular tradition among Chinese-Americans, and the larger New York community. It can be a chaotic and intimidating experience for first-timers We went to Jing Fong Restaurant in Manhattan's Chinatown to explain how to do it right   Forget brunch. Dim sum in Chinatown is the better New York tradition. Dim sum is the traditional meal served in Cantonese teahouses and banquet halls on the weeke

2017-11-19 11:00:00
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'This is not TV': A growing number of advertisers feel duped by YouTube (GOOGL)  

YouTube Google created Google Preferred as a way for advertisers to run ads in the top content on YouTube. But advertisers have found lots of problematic content in the Preferred lineup. As more ad buyers dig into what's really for sale through Google Preferred, there's a growing sense among some that Google oversold the premium, brand-safe nature of these videos. Google has been purging some channels from Preferred, but advertisers still find their ads next to questionable videos, includin

2017-11-19 11:00:00
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The story of the rocky early days of Tesla  

Telsa Motors Tesla has become one of the dominant players in the emerging electric vehicle industry. The early years of the company were often rocky, with difficulties in financing and lots of staff turnover. But despite those rough early years, the company came out strong with the release of the original Roadster. Priced at $17 per share just seven years ago, the Tesla IPO ended up being a total bargain for anyone lucky enough to get in. However, this view comes with the benefit of p

2017-11-19 10:56:00
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60,000 people in Poland held one of the largest far-right marches in Europe ever  

Czarek Sokolowski/AP On the 99th anniversary of Poland regaining its independence at the end of World War I last Saturday, 60,000 people participated in what was likely the largest far-right protest in Europe yet, with some participants touting white nationalist banners and slogans and equating Islam with terrorism.  Organized by a variety of far-right groups in Poland, the march was met by several thousand anti-fascist demonstrators, who claim their counterprotest is the largest of

2017-11-19 10:48:31
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The retail apocalypse is killing jobs, and it's left 'the economy vulnerable to an adverse shock'  

Seph Lawless The retail apocalypse has led to a flurry of retail store closures and bankruptcies.  Retail trade employment has dropped by 65,000 in the last 12 months, and stores which compete with online retailers are experiencing sizeable declines in employment.  That's impacting some corners of the subprime loan market, and could leave the economy vulnerable.  The retail apocalypse is real. Hundreds of stores across the US have closed, as the rise of ec

2017-11-19 10:43:00
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Trump SoHo has a brand-new restaurant — but the team behind it wants to keep politics out of it  

Sarah Jacobs/Business Insider Since the 2016 presidential election, restaurants inside Trump-branded properties have suffered as chefs have left and business has dwindled. The restaurant Koi, which was located inside the Trump SoHo hotel, closed in April. The space has a new restaurant called Spring & Varick, which opened this month.   Operating a business in a Trump-branded property comes with a unique set of challenges in this political era. Take the Trump S

2017-11-19 10:35:00
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New PACs are emerging on the left and the right to get women elected in 2018  

Matt Rourke/AP Both on the left and the right, prominent donors and strategists are building new organizations to promote female candidates in the lead-up to the 2018 midterm elections.  On the left, a new initiative led by Sen. Bernie Sanders' former deputies and surrogates will focus on electing working class women and women of color.  And on the right, the GOP is eyeing an opportunity to promote conservative women, who are seen by voters as the ultimate

2017-11-19 10:31:31
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Microsoft Bing has the best Black Friday shopping site we've ever seen (MSFT)  

Getty/Eduardo Munoz Alvarez Microsoft Bing has a truly useful repository of Black Friday ads from retailers all over the country. Another handy Black Friday resource is SlickDeals, a community of frugal shoppers that helps you figure out which are actually the best deals. It's the week before Thanksgiving here in the United States, and all over the country, retailers are starting to preview their Black Friday discounts and deals. Sifting through all of them can be a real challenge for t

2017-11-19 10:30:00
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Rich millennials are buying homes where they can live near their parents and grow their own avocados  

Tanza Loudenback/Business Insider A new type of housing community known as an "agrihood" is popping up around the US. of a rural farming community with the convenience of a modern, metropolitan neighborhood. Millennials and active retirees alike are flocking to the agrihood at Rancho Mission Viejo in Orange County, California.   Farm life isn't what it used to be. A new type of housing community called an agrihood &md

2017-11-19 10:30:00
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Activists are outraged at a recent FBI report on the rise of black 'extremists'  

AP An FBI report on black "extremists" is creating concerns about whether the bureau is spying on activist groups without sufficient evidence. Black leaders and activists are outraged at the report, saying that it equates black political activism with domestic terrorism. Some activists said the report reminded them of COINTELPRO, a covert and illegal operation in the 1950s and 60s designed to expose and "neutralize" the activities of black nationalists.  WASHINGTON (AP) — An

2017-11-19 10:25:46
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The 20 best animated films of the 21st century, ranked  

PixarPixar and Studio Ghibli tend to spring to mind first when discussing great animation, but there’s a world beyond those two giants. Animated films have grown ever more artful and affecting as more and more folks realize that it’s never just been a medium for kids, with studios and indies alike creating stop-motion marvels, hand-drawn standouts, and CGI spectacles. The genre has grown so much since we entered the current century, in fact, that it can be easy to forget the Ac

2017-11-19 10:10:00
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THE HINDENBURG MEETS THE TITANIC: Stocks are flashing an ominous signal not seen since the financial crisis  

AP Stock market dispersion is widening as technical indicators show sell signals, suggesting a turbulent road ahead for equities. John Hussman, an investment manager, says these indicators haven't flashed simultaneously since early in the financial crisis. All is not well beneath the surface of the stock market. Market dislocations are running rampant, suggesting turbulence ahead that could go well beyond the modest weakness that major indexes have seen over the past two weeks. And to

2017-11-19 10:07:00
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The breakneck speed of the Republican tax bill is angering Democrats and increasing the odds it passes   

Alex Wong/Getty Images Republicans have hastily moved their tax reform bill, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, through both the House and Senate. The speed of the battle has caused analysts to raise expectations for passage. It has also cracked open even more serious divisions between the GOP and Democrats. In just two weeks, Republicans in the House were able to introduce their massive tax bill, get it through the tax-writing committee, and pass it through the full chamber. Similarly, the S

2017-11-19 10:03:00
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A professor of medicine explains why eating fat won't make you fat — but sugar will  

Rob Ludacer Dozens of scientific studies suggest that eating fat isn't linked to weight gain. Aaron Carroll, a pediatrician and professor of pediatrics, says it's perfectly ok to eat butter, cream, nuts, and avocados. Instead of eating low-fat products, Carroll encourages people to eat less sugar, which studies have linked to weight gain and obesity.   "Eat fat, get fat" has been the conventional wisdom guiding American diets for the past two decades. Yet more and more research

2017-11-19 10:01:00
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The queen of England is a cannibal and Finland doesn't exist — these are the 12 craziest conspiracy theories on the internet  

Brent Stirton/Getty Images Welcome to the internet, where incredulity and paranoia loom large. Here, you'll find no shortage of theories expounding on the non-existence of celebrities and detailed analysis on the many ways in which we've been lied to by the government (which, in turn, has been lied to by the elite reptile overlords who really rule the earth).  Here are a few of the strangest ideologies currently occupying the web:1. Melania Trump has a doppelganger who follows t

2017-11-19 10:00:00
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The US Navy and NASA are helping Argentina find a missing submarine  

Martin Otero, Naval Base Mar del Plata/Wikimedia Commons The Argentinian Navy lost communication from its submarine, the ARA San Juan, early on Wednesday. NASA has been helping to find the submarine from the sky, and now the US Navy is sending undersea support. The Argentine defense ministry thinks the missing crew members tried to make several satellite calls on Saturday. An Argentinian submarine is missing at sea. The ARA San Juan, with 44 crew members on board, disappeared on Wedne

2017-11-19 09:45:29
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What no man wants to receive for the holidays — and what to buy him instead, according to the data  

Getty Gift Now is a service that enables customers to give gifts via email from online stores. Men most exchanged candy, dress shirts, and athletic apparel. Most men kept ties, wallets, and anti-aging skincare. Buying gifts for men can be difficult. Many are demure when asked what they would like to receive, and others offer nothing in the way of hints or suggestions. Let us help. To that end, Gift Now— the e-gifting platform by Loop Commerce used by Target, Ralph Lau

2017-11-19 09:37:00
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How Bill Gates makes and spends his billions  

With a net worth of approximately $89 billion, Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates is one of the wealthiest men in the world. If he spent $1 million a day, it'd take him 245 years to spend his fortune. Here's how he made all that cash. In 1975, Gates co-founded Microsoft. At 31, he became the world's youngest billionaire at the time. In 1995, he released Windows 95 and became the world's richest man. He's been at the top of the list ever since. Gates is also a leading philanthropist. He

2017-11-19 09:36:00
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These 15-year-old twins are the reigning queens of Musical.ly, the Generation Z app that was just bought for ~$1 billion  

Matthias Nareyek/Getty Lisa and Lena Mantler, 15-year-old twins from Germany, have one of the fastest-growing fan bases on the internet. You've probably never heard of them, but the teen in your life has. The girls are the reigning queens of Musical.ly, the social-media app of choice for Generation Z. Teens record and post 15-second clips of themselves lip-syncing, dancing to popular music, and pulling stunts. The app launched in 2014 and has racked up over 200 million "musers." In November,

2017-11-19 09:30:00
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Robots aren't just taking our jobs, they're creating them – here are 21 weird jobs humans will have in the future  

Getty ImagesRobots are coming for our jobs. We've heard it before, and to a varying degree, it's true. Business consultant group Cognizant predicts in its book "What to do when machines do everything" that over the next 10 to 15 years, 12% of jobs in the U.S. will be replaced by automation. However, all is not lost, the group also predicts that there will 21 million new jobs created as a direct result of new technologies.  To head off some of the fear and help prepare for the future, the o

2017-11-19 09:15:00
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Consumer debt isn't a problem yet — but cracks are starting to show  

Arnd Wiegmann/Reuters Total household debt rose to nearly $13 trillion in the third quarter of 2017. The subprime auto loan debt market is starting to show some cracks. While this shouldn't hurt the broader financial system or economy right now, it could be the start of a worrying trend. When will rising consumer debt start holding back economic growth? As consumer debt levels reach records, answering this question should be a priority for US policymakers if they want to stimulat

2017-11-19 09:08:00
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Supersonic flights could return soon  

Supersonic commercial flights may return soon. Boom Supersonic says that it has received 76 pre-orders for its Boom XB-1. Questions remain about the prohibitive pricing and regulations that have made supersonic flight difficult.   Since the Concorde flew for the final time in 2003, there have been hints that supersonic air travel could return to the commercial airline industry. Now, it appears that may be happening soon, according to The Market Mogul, which reported that t

2017-11-19 09:07:00
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The Rock released a tough-love motivational app — and using it to wake up earlier for a week made me acknowledge a difficult truth about goals  

Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for MTV The Rock created a motivational alarm clock called 'The Rock Clock' as part of a larger initiative called 'Project Rock.' I used it for five days to help me wake up an hour earlier.  In the app, you can set a project, a deadline, and select the sounds you want to wake up to.  After one week of use, I realized that motivation starts with me — and without that internal desire to reach a goal, external motivation won't have the the

2017-11-19 09:05:00
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Coming to Terms with a Life Without Privacy  

How do we reconcile and thrive in a society where privacy no longer exists?

2017-11-19 09:00:00
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Here's what you need to know about SAFTs — the cryptocurrency fundraising craze that's shaking up venture capital  

Just as blockchain technology is shaking up the startup space, it's also revamping the way venture capital firms invest in emerging companies. Over the last year and a half, startups have raised nearly $4 billion through initial coin offerings, or ICOs, which are a kind of unregulated fundraising technique involving the creation of new digital tokens, or units of value. Venture capitalists have been wanting a piece of the action. Enter the Simple Agreements for Future Tokens, otherwise kno

2017-11-19 09:00:00
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The secret to how Tesla gets its cars to look so good (TSLA)  

Timothy Artman/Tesla Designer Franz von Holzhausen had an impressive resume before joining Tesla. But the combination of his frustration with the traditional auto industry and Elon Musk's distinctive ideas about how to solve problems has taken his work to a new level. He's followed an unlikely path to becoming the most influential car designer of his generation. Before Franz von Holzhausen signed on with what was then called Tesla Motors in 2010, he was on his way to bei

2017-11-19 08:55:00
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The One Thing Nobody Ever Tells You About Innovation  

The next big thing always starts out looking like nothing at all.

2017-11-19 08:48:41
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Apple CEO Tim Cook gave a shout-out to a $100-per-year app for doctors — here's what it does (AAPL)  

Visual Dx Advances in machine learning now mean that doctors can take a photo and identify the disease or condition depicted. Apple is a fan of one specific app, VisualDx, that uses new machine learning software to assist with diagnosis on an iPhone.  VisualDx has built a database of 32,000 high-quality medical images.  Apple CEO Tim Cook isn't a doctor, but he talked about a piece of medical software, VisualDX, during Apple's most recent earnings call. It was an int

2017-11-19 08:30:00
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The price of turkeys actually falls right before Thanksgiving — here's why  

Shannon Stapleton/Reuters Surprisingly, the cost of turkey drops significantly around Thanksgiving. When there is a fixed quantity of something to sell and demand for the product spikes, prices rise. Prices fall because not only does the demand for turkeys increase, but the supply of turkey increases too. Between September and December, turkey stocks fall as stores purchase Thanksgiving turkeys and mark prices down.   Thanksgiving is a great U.S. holiday during wh

2017-11-19 08:30:00
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Scammers are stealing people's money through a scheme that has nothing to do with your password  

Vincent Diamante, Flickr Appealing to people's emotions is an effective tactic used by scammers. A Stanford study found that older adults who were excited or angry were more likely to want to buy an item in a misleading ad. Younger adults were more likely to buy an item based on the credibility of the ad.   Scammers can appeal to emotions like excitement and anger to mislead people — and the older you are, the more you may be at risk. That's according to a study by the St

2017-11-19 08:30:00
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A key recession indicator is getting closer to the danger zone — and the Fed can't ignore it  

Thomson Reuters A shift in the bond market is giving investors and Fed officials pause about the economic outlook. The concern stems from earlier periods when long-term interest rates slip toward or even below their short-term counterparts, often signaling recessions. Philadelphia Fed President Patrick Harker says the central bank must avoid inverting the yield curve, or allowing 10-year Treasury yields to slip beneath two-year rates. The Federal Reserve’s plan to keep raising in

2017-11-19 08:30:00
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A self-defense expert reveals how to get out of a choke hold — the #1 way a violent attacker will grab you  

Being in a choke hold is terrifying. We asked Self-Defense Expert Gabrielle Rubin the best ways to fend off an attacker. Her advice could save your life. Following is a transcript of the video: Gabrielle Rubin: The majority of the time it's going to be a choke hold from behind, ok. And you've seen this in movies and television and hands tend to go where there's pain but this is not doing anything for us. Jessica Orwig: Yeah. Gabrielle Rubin:  Ok. Never focus on what's grabbed focus on wh

2017-11-19 08:13:31
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A bear market in stocks could be coming far sooner than expected  

AP Stocks of companies with a strong balance sheet are outperforming those of companies with a weak one as monetary accommodation slows. This signals that the 8-1/2-year bull market may be entering its final innings as investors flock to high-quality stocks. In the stock market, when the best-financed companies are dominating returns, it's time to get worried. It's a counterintuitive dynamic. You'd think that when investors are favoring companies with the strongest balance sheets &mdas

2017-11-19 08:08:00
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The US has a lot riding on the Honduras election  

Jorge Cabrera/Reuters Honduras has a presidential election this month.  The pro-U.S. president, Juan Orlando Hernández, is seeking reelection and ahead in the polls. A Hernández win would be not only good for Honduras but also for the region and the United States.   Washington has invested significant money in Central America to help turn the security and economic situation around. Moreover, with bad interlocutors in Guatemala and El Salvador, losing

2017-11-19 08:00:00
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Beyond Marketing: 4 Departments That Need Your Content  

Your content marketing efforts may start with the marketing department, but you're losing out if you let them end there.

2017-11-19 08:00:00
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This is the phone Android users should get if they like the iPhone X's design  

Antonio Villas-Boas/Business InsiderNo matter how good the iPhone X looks, it still won't pull away the staunchest of Android users.  For some Android fans, making the jump to the iPhone's iOS operating system just isn't an option, no matter how much thicker the bezels are on the Pixel 2 phones, Samsung Galaxy phones, LG phones, and even the latest OnePlus 5t.  But Android users have to admit, the iPhone X is absolutely gorgeous, even with that "notch" at the top of the screen. Ther

2017-11-19 08:00:00
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How a guy who sold phones at a Sprint store landed his dream job in venture capital with just 1 tweet  

Twitter/Screenshot Chacho Valadez hated his job in sales. One day he sent a tweet to Arlan Hamilton of Backstage Capital asking for book recommendations for aspiring VCs. That led to a friendly conversation — and a job offer.    On March 13, 2017, still tired from working on my schoolwork the night before, I was waiting for customers to stroll through the door of our Detroit Sprint store. My least favorite part about my job as a bilingual sales consultant was helping

2017-11-19 08:00:00
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If You Prioritize Your 2018 Goals This Way, You'll Reach Every Single One Of Them  

Goals only get achieved when you prioritize them the right way.

2017-11-19 07:30:00
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Wall Street finally made an ETF to bet on the retail apocalypse — but it's too late  

Seph Lawless ProShares announced an exchange-traded fund that's composed of 56 "traditional" brick-and-mortar retail stocks. Included are department stores, supermarkets, and retailers of apparel, consumer electronics, and home improvement items, many of which have seen significant losses. The ETF may have missed the best part of the party.   Finally time to make some easy money by betting on the collapse of brick-and-mortar retail, years after it began? Here&rsquo

2017-11-19 07:01:00
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There are 3 things that could destroy one of the greatest stock rallies of all time  

AP Images / Richard Drew The ongoing equity bull market is the third-longest in history, and it's showing few signs of slowing down. Morgan Stanley thinks the current cycle could end sometime in 2018, and it lays out the three most likely negative catalysts. As the equity bull market stretches well into its ninth year, it looks virtually unstoppable. Formidable earnings growth, easy lending conditions and a gradually expanding economy have combined to cultivate an environment that's be

2017-11-19 07:01:00
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American Airlines Made Me Hold My Child On My Lap For 4-Hour Flight, Says Mom  

What could have happened here?

2017-11-19 07:00:00
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Grateful Dead's longtime lawyer's widow auctions rare memorabilia  

Hal and Jesse Kant's memorabilia collection includes signed artwork by the band's late leader, Jerry Garcia, and backstage passes from concerts spanning 30 years

2017-11-19 06:29:24
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Michelle Obama Just Explained How to Be Successful in 6 Short Words  

The former first lady is known for her pithy and inspirational comments. This time she outdid herself.

2017-11-19 00:36:07
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Honda recalls 900,000 Odyssey minivans  

The recall announced Saturday covers vehicles from the 2011-17 model years; the affected minivans were sold in the U.S.

2017-11-18 23:34:57
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This Famous Airline Just Announced That Those Who Paid the Least Will Board Last (And People Are Angry)  

Some see people-shaming here.

2017-11-18 20:45:00
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A strong correlation is breaking down during the Nikkei's epic rally  

REUTERS/Lucas Jackson Japan's Nikkei has rallied 22% since the end of August. For many years the Nikkei and the yen have been strongly correlated, but that has changed.    Over the last couple months as a Japanese investor, the moves have been nothing less of extraordinary. Since the end of August to a couple weeks ago, the rally of 22% was unprecedented as the market took cues from the other global equity markets hitting all-time highs in many cases (US, German, etc.) and th

2017-11-18 20:03:00
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China just revealed its plans for pulling ahead in the space race — and they include building a nuclear-powered shuttle  

Reuters/Bobby Yip China has unveiled goals it hopes to achieve by 2045 that include a nuclear-powered space shuttle. They also include a reusable space plane and vehicles for asteroid mining operations. China hopes to become a leader in the aerospace field by 2045. China continues to make steady progress on its space exploration plans: from a deal with Russia to the possibility of launching rockets near the equator, — and most recently

2017-11-18 20:00:00
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The top US nuclear commander said he would resist an 'illegal' strike order from Trump  

Thomson Reuters Air Force General John Hyten told an audience in Halifax, Canada, that he would resist an "illegal" order from President Donald Trump to launch a nuclear attack. Hyten said the military is not "stupid," and is well aware of its responsibility to abide by the laws of armed conflict. Hyten said if he were given an illegal order, he would tell the president it was against the law and the two would then work to find a legal option. The top US nuclear commander said&nbs

2017-11-18 18:49:00
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Mexican heroin is flooding the US, and the Sinaloa cartel is steering the flow  

REUTERS/Henry Romero Mexican cartels have shifted heavily into heroin production, responding to growing heroin and opioid use in the US. The Sinaloa cartel appears to be leading that shift, despite the extradition of its former leader, "El Chapo" Guzman, and internal conflicts over his successor. Heroin availability in the US — and overdose deaths related to drug — has skyrocketed over the past several years. Eleven of the Drug Enforcement Administration's 21 field division

2017-11-18 18:05:51
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Palestinians vow to suspend talks if the US closes their diplomatic office in Washington  

Associated Press/Evan Vucci The Trump administration said Friday that the Palestinians violated a legal provision saying the Palestine Liberation Organization cannot operate a Washington office if the Palestinians try to get the International Criminal Court to prosecute Israelis for crimes against Palestinians. Palestinian officials said the US decision was "very unfortunate and unacceptable," and that they would halt their communications with the Trump administration. Under the law, T

2017-11-18 18:02:00
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We need to accept that US-based missile defense won't protect us if North Korea launches a nuke at America  

KCNA/via REUTERS President Donald Trump has said th US has a 97% chance of shooting down a North Korean missile. While American ground-based interceptors are better than they once were, they're not good enough to definitively prevent a North Korean strike. I usually write longer, detailed essays for this column but today's submission is simpler. And it has a simple message. Missile defense will not protect the United States from North Korean missiles. I know a lot of people t

2017-11-18 18:00:00
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Why the sky turned bright red for 9 days over East Asia in 1770  

Chris Trotman / Getty For nine days in 1770, the sky over Japan, Korea, and eastern China were a deep crimson red color. Scientists were able to figure out that this happened because of an aurora, but new documents have revealed the phenomenon lasted much longer and over a larger area than they initially believed. If such an event occurred today, it would be catastrophic for energy systems and satellites around the world. For multiple days in 1770, a swath of sky over Japan, the Korean

2017-11-18 16:12:48
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3 easy strategies that make it easier to work with anyone  

Sebastiaan ter Burg/Flickr Even when you're working with people you like, navigating office relationships can be difficult.  If someone's behavior is irritating you, pause before you react and ask yourself why they might be acting that way, and try to understand how they might be feeling. When trying to make a point, say what you want clearly — and why.  It's also incredibly important to set boundaries. Fact: Working with other people is hard. Even when you l

2017-11-18 16:09:00
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Herpes vaccine research supported by Peter Thiel could put a university's funding at risk  

Alex Wong/Getty Images William Halford, a now-deceased professor, ran clinical trials in 2016 with a weakened herpes virus on St. Kitts and Nevis, a nation consisting of two islands in the Caribbean.  But many researchers are calling his work unethical and dangerous. Investor Peter Thiel is now caught up in the controversy since he helped, in part, to fund the trials.  A Southern Illinois University researcher's offshore development of a herpes vaccine, which was buoyed b

2017-11-18 16:00:00
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The number of teens who are depressed is soaring — and all signs point to smartphones  

Strelka Institute/Flickr The number of American teens with depressed thoughts has been increasing since 2012. Looking at the data, it's possible to rule out some factors that might be causing it, like economic inequality and academic pressure. Jean Twenge, author of "iGen," believes all signs point to increased smartphone use as the likely cause. Twenge says it's not necessarily the screen time, but the time that's lost to smartphones that could be spent on more meaningful activities, like

2017-11-18 15:45:00
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The 25 countries around the world where same-sex marriage is legal  

Antoine Antoniol/Getty Images 2017 has been a big year for LGBTQI rights. Both Malta and Germany legalized same-sex marriage and, this week, Australia made big strides towards doing so as well. In a nation-wide postal poll, 61.6% of Australian voters said they were in favor of same-sex marriage, ensuring the federal government will try to pass a marriage equality bill before the end of the year. Yet while demand continues to grow for LGBTQI rights, there are currently only 25 countries that

2017-11-18 15:04:55
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One of Roy Moore's defenders said Mary was a teenager and Joseph was an adult — here's what the Bible says about that  

Brynn Anderson/Reuters Alabama State Auditor Jim Ziegler defended Roy Moore against allegations of sexual assault, comparing the biblical story of Mary and Joseph to Moore's then-teenaged accusers. Neither the Gospel of Matthew nor the Gospel of Luke specifies the ages of Mary and Joseph. The proto-gospel of James describes Mary as a 12 year old girl. However, the proto-gospel of James also notes Mary and Joseph never had sexual intercourse. The Bible describes love and respect between Mar

2017-11-18 15:01:14
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These are the 5 best cities to start your career  

Dan Kitwood/Getty Images Some of the cities with the most jobs can be expensive to live. This 'economic opportunity index' ranks US cities by economic prospects as well as affordability.   Amazon’s very public search to identify the best location for its second headquarters made me wonder - what criteria would be helpful for young professionals when making their personal decision on where to live and work? Affordable housing would be important. For example, you can

2017-11-18 15:00:00
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Whether a narcissist decides to cut someone out of their life depends on 3 basic factors  

Arnd Wiegmann/Reuters This post by Elinor Greenberg originally appeared on Quora as an answer to the question "Do narcissists ever discard people permanently?" The answer depends on three factors, and it also depends on the type of narcissist the person is.   Whether a narcissist discards you permanently depends on three basic factors: Whether they have an alternative source of self-esteem building narcissistic supplies. What their relationship style is like. Whether you

2017-11-18 14:56:44
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