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The Biglaw Firm Taking Disgraced Former Judge Kozinski To Dinner  

Did they forget about that whole sexual harassment thing?

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2019-11-18 18:34:12



Law Students Evict Bird From Law School Library  

All good things must come to an end.

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2019-11-18 17:58:35



Man Likes Warren Buffett. Warren Buffet Likes Man's Company.  

What a happy coincidence.

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2019-11-18 17:33:10



Voting Is Open: Pick The Finalists For Startup Alley At ABA TECHSHOW  

Here are the contenders, listed in alphabetical order. Read their pitches, check out their websites, then vote.

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2019-11-18 16:46:32



California Bar Exam Pass Rates Soar After Essay Leak  

But it was just a coincidence. The essay leak had 'no statistically significant impact on the results.'

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2019-11-18 16:16:22



Law School Professor Gives Mitch McConnell Giant Check To Confirm More Unqualified Judges  

McConnell is just toying with these people now.

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2019-11-18 15:44:55



Thinking Things Through Anew  

Making your life easy isn't always the name of the game.

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2019-11-18 15:01:54



I live in the San Francisco Bay Area on just $50,000 a year — here's how I do it  

Getty Images The San Francisco Bay Area is one of the most expensive urban areas in the US. But it's still possible to live here on a modest income. My wife and I got priced out of San Francisco and moved to the East Bay to find an affordable place to live.  When I quit a good-paying office job to become a freelancer, I had to make additional adjustments to my lifestyle to fit into a smaller budget. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. When I first moved to the San F

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2019-11-18 13:34:00



Top 13 waiver-wire pickups for Week 12 of fantasy football  

Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports Heading into the home stretch of the NFL season, it's time to start finalizing your lineups for a playoff push. On Sunday, a few players emerged as potential replacements for any fantasy player facing a particularly daunting bye week soon. Here are 13 waiver-wire targets for fantasy players looking to fill in any gaps in their rosters. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. As we head into the home stretch of the NFL season, fantasy players a

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2019-11-18 13:32:24



Boeing's 737 officially lost the title of world's most popular airplane. Airbus' competitor just passed it in sales. (BA)  

The Boeing 737 just lost its title of world's best-selling airplane. Sales records from Boeing and Airbus show that the Airbus A320 family has officially received more orders than the Boeing 737 family, despite the fact that the 737 came out nearly 20 years earlier. The growth of commercial aviation in recent years, combined with the ongoing grounding of the Boeing 737 Max, as well as Airbus' development of two extended-range variants of its latest generation jet, led the French plane mak

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2019-11-18 13:22:54



When it's OK to work out with a cold and when you should stay in bed  

Peter Bernik/Shutterstock Whether you should workout with a cold depends on the severity of your symptoms. Working out with a cold may relieve your congestion, but the relief is only temporary and could prolong your illness if you overexert yourself. A good rule of thumb is that if you are going to work out when you're sick, keep the intensity low. This article was reviewed by Rod Oskouian, MD, at the Swedish Neuroscience Institute. When your nose is dripping faster than the s

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2019-11-18 13:18:32



Morning Docket: 11.18.19  

* Three Indiana judges are in hot water after they partied until 3 a.m., headed to a strip club, and got shot at during a brawl outside of a White Castles. Apparently another judge who went inside the White Castle was unharmed and avoided discipline, which just shows you the power of the crave. [New York Times] * The Florida Bar is seeking to suspend a Florida lawyer whose pants caught on fire during an arson trial. Maybe he was a "liar, liar"... [Miami Herald] * A Manhattan judge rul

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2019-11-18 13:15:04



26 celebrity moments that went viral in 2019  

Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP; Joel C Ryan/Invision/AP; John Nacion/STAR MAX/IPx Insider rounded up the biggest, most talked-about celebrity moments of the year. Celebrities went viral for their priceless reactions, controversial actions, and outspoken comments (among other things).  2019's standout moments include Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper's intimate Oscars performance, Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello showing fans how they "really kiss," and Kylie Jenner singing "rise and shine" to da

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2019-11-18 13:12:23



19 small homes you won't believe cost $1 million  

Photo courtesy of Jennifer Hughes, Bulldog Realtors/Luke Gibson Photography Places including the San Francisco Bay Area and Nantucket in Massachusetts have some seriously expensive real estate. The high demand for homes in some US cities means even small properties can cost well over a million dollars. One 636-square-foot home in Palo Alto, California, is currently on the market for more than $1.6 million. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Sunny, beachfront properties in Ca

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2019-11-18 13:10:00



David Beckham and Gordon Ramsay are helping open a London-themed resort in China complete with a Big Ben replica  

The Londoner Macao & David M. Benett/Dave Benett/Getty Images for Lucky Cat David Beckham is helping open The Londoner Macao, a London-themed resort built to look like the Palace of Westminster, the Houses of Parliament, and Big Ben rolled into one. The ex-football star will personally design 12 exclusive top-floor suites at the hotel, according to a press release. It was also announced that a gastropub run by Gordon Ramsay will serve guests shepherd's pie, British sausages, and fish and ch

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2019-11-18 13:07:00



How to get Disney Plus on your Roku device, and watch Disney's new streaming service with a free 7-day trial  

Chesnot/Getty Images You can get Disney Plus on all recent Roku devices and most older ones, as well. To get Disney Plus on Roku, add the Disney Plus channel in the Streaming Channels menu, and then follow the instructions to subscribe (and get a seven-day free trial). There are a few older Roku devices that cannot stream Disney Plus — here's what you need to know to watch Disney Plus on your Roku player. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Disney Plus, the new vid

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2019-11-18 13:04:00



Who's scheduled to publicly testify next in Trump's impeachment hearings  

Associated Press The impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump has officially moved into its public phase, and witnesses in the inquiry are beginning to testify in an open session before Congress. This week's impeachment hearings will kick off on Tuesday with four officials, including Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, top Ukraine expert on National Security Council, and Jennifer Williams, foreign service aide detailed to Vice President Mike Pence, scheduled to testify. Here's the full

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2019-11-18 13:03:00



How to add money to your Venmo account on desktop or mobile, depending on if you have a Venmo Card  

Shutterstock You can add money to your Venmo account directly in the mobile app, but only if you have the Venmo Card.  If you don't have the Venmo Card, you can still add money to your Venmo account, but you'll have to do it on the website. Here's how to add money to your Venmo account in two different ways.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Venmo, one of the most popular money transfer apps, makes it easy to pay back your friends after an outing or event, w

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2019-11-18 12:58:00



Deutsche Bank says robots are already replacing workers as it ramps up a plan to axe 18,000 jobs  

Reuters Deutsche Bank is using robots to replace some of the 18,000 staff it cut earlier this year. Financial News spoke to the bank's head of operations for Deutsche's corporate and investment bank, who said that using AI "massively increased productivity" in certain sectors of the business.  So far "680,000 hours of manual work" has already been saved, he said.  In July, Deutsche Bank announced a massive restructuring, axing thousands of jobs, and dissolving its equities sales

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2019-11-18 12:56:00



Alexander Vindman, Kurt Volker, Tim Morrison, and Jennifer Williams are testifying in Tuesday's impeachment hearings. Here's how to watch.  

AP Photo/Patrick Semansky This week's impeachment hearings will kick off on Tuesday with four officials scheduled to testify. They are: Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, top Ukraine expert on National Security Council; Jennifer Williams, foreign service aide detailed to Vice President Mike Pence; Tim Morrison, NSC's former official in charge of overseeing Russia and Europe policy; Kurt Volker, the US's former Special Representative to Ukraine. Vindman and Williams directly listened in on the July

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2019-11-18 12:55:35



This is how the world's 5 youngest billionaires spend their time and money  

James Devaney/Getty Images One of the world's youngest billionaires, Kylie Jenner, just agreed to sell a majority stake in her makeup company for $600 million, The Wall Street Journal reported. The world's youngest billionaires spend their fortune on everything from luxury cars and travel to shoes. Norway is home to three of the world's five youngest billionaires — Gustav Magnar Witzøe, Katharina Andresen, and Alexandra Andresen. Only two of the world's five youngest billiona

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2019-11-18 12:53:00



No, you cannot get sick from being cold. But it may increase your risk  

Carlos Barria / Reuters You can't get sick from being cold, but spending more time indoors with large crowds is an easy way to contract an infection. If you tend to slack off on your exercise routine when it gets cold out, that can weaken your immune system and increase your risk of getting sick. While cold weather won't make you sick, a rapid change in the weather can make you more susceptible to illness. This article was reviewed by Rod Oskouian, MD, at the Swedish Neuroscience

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2019-11-18 12:52:53



The first images of the PlayStation 5 controller reveal a familiar design with 2 major changes (SNY)  

Sony A patent application published in Japan has revealed the design of Sony's PlayStation 5 controller. The PS5 controller is similar in design to the PlayStation 4 controller, but with a USB-C charging port and without the PlayStation 4 controller's colored light bar. The PlayStation 5 controller will also support haptic feedback, and has a larger battery than the PS4 controller. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The first images of the PlayStation 5 controller have

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2019-11-18 12:51:23



Lululemon is offering more discounts than usual, and Wall Street says it's a concerning trend  

Photo by Matthew Hatcher for The Washington Post via Getty Images Lululemon has traditionally kept discounting to a minimum, but new data shows that in the past year the level and depth of its discounting has crept up. Analysts say this is a concerning trend that could impact the company's margins down the line, which could knock its share price. While the discounting hasn't impacted margins yet, "promotional intensity bears watching," a group of Bernstein analysts wrote in a note to client

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2019-11-18 12:48:22



Sephora's Black Friday 2019 sale will include tons of gifts under $15  

Sephora Sephora is one of our go-to spots for all things beauty, so we expect its Black Friday sale to be a huge blowout.  Deals haven't been announced yet, but we have some predictions based on 2018 deals. We're also expecting a sneak preview of its $15-and-under stocking stuffers on November 21, 2019, so watch this space. To potentially save more on Black Friday deals this year, visit Business Insider Coupons to find the most up-to-date Sephora coupons and promo codes. &nbs

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2019-11-18 12:46:55



15 tweets and memes about 'Baby Yoda' on 'The Mandalorian' that prove the character is the best thing in 'Star Wars'  

Disney/Lucasfilm The new Disney Plus TV show "The Mandalorian" surprised fans by centering around a baby creature that looks like a tiny Yoda. It's not literally baby Yoda, but "Star Wars" fans have nicknamed it "Baby Yoda" anyways.  People on Twitter and Reddit can't get enough of how cute he is.  See all the best tweets and memes below. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Very rarely do new TV characters come along that seemingly unite entire fandoms in glowing adora

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2019-11-18 12:46:30



Richard Nixon's son-in-law tells 'Fox & Friends' the 'real difference' between Trump and Nixon impeachments is the economy  

Screenshot/Fox News Ed Cox, former President Richard Nixon's son-in-law and a aide to President Donald Trump's campaign, argued that the president will survive impeachment and be reelected because of the strong economy.  "The real difference between the two is President Nixon had a terrible economy," Cox said. "Trump's got a great economy and that's why he's going to do very well come 2020."  Cox, who serves as national coordinator of the Trump Victory Fund, argued that both Nixon

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2019-11-18 12:43:55



Harry Styles threw shade at Zayn Malik in his 'Saturday Night Live' monologue  

Will Heath / NBC / NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images Harry Styles threw some shade at his former One Direction bandmate Zayn Malik during his opening monologue as he hosted NBC's "Saturday Night Live" on November 16. Styles teased a One Direction reunion on the show (which didn't happen), before saying: "I love those guys. They're my brothers: Niall [Horan], Liam [Payne], Louis [Tomlinson]." Styles then paused in thought and said: "And uhh, Ringo." Malik left the band in 2015, saying at the

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2019-11-18 05:34:00



TikTok hit 1.5 billion downloads, and is still outperforming Instagram  

Costfoto / Barcroft Media via Getty Images App analytics site Sensor Tower reported Thursday that TikTok has been downloaded 1.5 billion times to date. The short-form video app continues to grow, with its downloads 6% stronger than this time last year. It is the third most-downloaded app outside of gaming this year. Numbers one and two are WhatsApp and Messenger, while four and five are the Facebook app and Instagram. TikTok poses a major threat to Facebook and Instagram in particular. V

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2019-11-18 05:31:56



Trump reportedly shelved a ban on flavored e-cigarettes to avoid angering voters  

Associated Press/Charlie Neibergall Donald Trump reportedly stalled a planned ban on flavored e-cigarettes, intended to combat the rise of teenage vaping, after hearing it could alienate voters and hurt his chances of reelection next year. The president backed off from vaping restrictions after political advisors and lobbyists warned him of potential pushback from his supporters, the New York Times reported. Trump tweeted last week he will meet with vaping, medical, and state representative

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2019-11-18 05:26:01



Jennifer Arcuri says Boris Johnson has treated her like a 'gremlin' and a 'one-night stand' after questions over their 'close friendship'  

ITV News The businesswoman at the centre of an alleged conflict of interest controversy surrounding Boris Johnson says the prime minister has "cast me aside like I am some gremlin." Jennifer Arcuri told ITV that Boris Johnsonhas treated her like she "was some fleeting one-night stand or some girl that you picked up at a bar" since allegations against him hit the headlines. Johnson is being investigated for allegations that he treated Arcuri and her business favourably during his time as Lon

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2019-11-18 03:27:15



WeWork is reportedly planning to layoff at least 4,000 people as part of a major restructure  

WeWork is planning on laying off at least 4,000 people from its workforce, The New York Times reported on Sunday. A person with knowledge of the matter told The Times that the company's core office-sharing business would slash 2,000 to 2,5000 employees from its global ventures, along with other employees from its non-core businesses and maintenance employees.  A second source with knowledge of the matter said the number of layoffs could be as high as 5,000 or 6,000, which would repre

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2019-11-18 03:04:16



10 things in tech you need to know today  

Shutterstock Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Monday. Apple banned all vaping apps from the App Store. The firm banned all 181 vaping-related apps from the App Store amidst growing health concerns. Xbox head Phil Spencer says it'll be "many years" before video game streaming becomes mainstream. Spencer was speaking to the BBC about Xbox's Project xCloud, a rival to Google's upcoming game streaming service Stadia. TikTok has now been downloaded more than 1.5 billion

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2019-11-18 03:03:38



4 dead, 6 injured after unknown shooters opened fire at a backyard football watch party in Fresno, California  

Twitter/Larry Valenzuela At least four people were killed and six others were injured on Sunday after unknown gunmen opened fire at a backyard football viewing party in Fresno, California. Fresno Police officials said the victims, 10 Asian males aged between 25 and 30, were gathered in a backyard to watch a football game. Just before 8 p.m. (11 p.m. ET), the "unknown suspects" sneaked in, opened fire, then fled. They have not been apprehended. Lt. Bill Dooley of Fresno Police described the

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2019-11-18 01:44:28



Nancy Pelosi invites Trump to testify in the impeachment inquiry and 'speak all the truth that he wants'  

Tom Brenner/Reuters House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Sunday invited President Donald Trump to "speak all the truth that he wants" and testify in the impeachment inquiry. "He has every opportunity to present his case," Pelosi said during an interview with CBS News' "Face the Nation." She added that she believed Trump's actions were "so much worse" than those of President Richard Nixon, who resigned before the House could vote on impeachment over the Watergate Scandal. Senate Minority Leader Ch

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2019-11-18 00:16:02



Ford just revealed its Mustang Mach-E SUV — the first new Mustang-branded vehicle since 1964 and a Tesla challenger (F)  

Ford On Sunday, Ford revealed its much-anticipated, all-electric Mustang Mach-E SUV ahead of the official opening of the Los Angeles auto show. Ford also opened an online ordering site for the Mach-E, where vehicles could be reserved for a $500 deposit. The Mach-E is the first new vehicle to join the Mustang lineup since the iconic pony car's introduction in 1964. Ford said that the Mach-E can be outfitted with an extended-range battery and rear-wheel drive that could achieve 300 miles of

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2019-11-17 23:38:49



The owner of TikTok is reportedly in talks with major record labels to launch a music streaming service  

China Stringer Network/Reuters TikTok owner Beijing ByteDance Technology Co Ltd is in talks with big music labels — Universal Music, Sony Music and Warner Music — for global licensing deals to include their songs on its new music subscription service, according to the Financial Times. The as-of-yet-unnamed music app will include a library of short video clips for listeners to search through and sync to songs as they listen, the report said.  Visit Business Insider's homepag

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2019-11-17 22:39:00



'The Walking Dead' just pulled off one of its biggest twists in years and it's a testament to how good the show is again  

Jace Downs/AMC Warning: There are major spoilers ahead for "The Walking Dead" season 10, episode seven, "Open Your Eyes." Sunday's episode of "TWD" made two huge changes from the comics. The show revealed a member of Alexandria to be an undercover Whisperer. The series subsequently killed off a character who survived Robert Kirkman's comic run.  The surprise twists are a testament to how showrunner Angela Kang has turned critical opinion of the zombie show around since taking over the

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2019-11-17 22:05:00



'The Walking Dead' star Avi Nash confirms character's fate and talks Sunday's big twist: 'I wasn't sad by it'  

Jace Downs/AMC Warning: There are major spoilers ahead for "The Walking Dead," season 10, episode seven, "Open Your Eyes." Insider spoke with Avi Nash, who plays Siddiq on the AMC show, about Sunday's big twist and death. Nash said he was clued in about Dante's true identity before they started working on season 10, and he even knew about the reveal before Juan Javier Cardenas, who plays Dante, knew. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Sunday's "The Walking Dead" surprised with t

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2019-11-17 22:05:00



'The Walking Dead' has been hinting at Sunday night's big twist all season — here's every clue you may have missed  

Jace Downs/AMC Warning: There are major spoilers ahead for "The Walking Dead," season 10, episode seven episode, "Open Your Eyes." Sunday's episode helped shed some light on why Siddiq (Avi Nash) has been having so many flashbacks to when he was kidnapped by the Whisperers. It turns out his friend and fellow doctor, Dante (Juan Javier Cardenas), was among the Whisperers who held him captive. Nash walks Insider through some of the clues scattered across season 10 hinting at Dante's true ide

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2019-11-17 22:05:00



13 photos show Hong Kong protesters launching molotov cocktails and police firing tear gas and blue dye as violence erupts on a university campus  

AP Photo/Ng Han Guan Clashes between Hong Kong police and protesters escalated on Monday, as police stormed the Hong Kong Polytechnic University campus.  Police faced off against protesters near the campus over the weekend and fired tear gas and water cannons filled with blue dye which stains clothes and irritates the skin. Protesters then barricaded themselves in the university and responded by firing molotov cocktails and other makeshift weapons at police.  By Monday morning,

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2019-11-17 20:35:10



The Patriots ran a trick play where Julian Edelman threw a gorgeous touchdown pass to take a lead over the Eagles  

via CBS/NFL The New England Patriots ran a trick play that featured Julian Edelman throwing a perfect touchdown pass. The Patriots offense had been stifled in the first half by the Philadelphia Eagles, but they got creative in the third quarter to take the lead. Watch the play below. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The New England Patriots went deep in their playbook to open the third quarter and score their first touchdown of the game vs. the Philadelphia Eagles on

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2019-11-17 19:04:01



A 3-year-long Newsday investigation found Long Island real estate agents' widespread unequal treatment against Hispanic, Asian, and black homebuyers  

Newsday A three-year-long Newsday investigation published Sunday found Long Island real estate agents' widespread unequal treatment against Hispanic, Asian, and black homebuyers. In what the New York newspaper called one of its most extensive investigations ever, reporters found real estate agents treated prospective homebuyers from minority groups differently from those who are white. "The three-year probe strongly indicates that house hunting in one of the nation's most segregated suburbs

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2019-11-17 17:38:38



Trump bashed Fox News' Chris Wallace, saying he'd 'never be his father,' after Steve Scalise's contentious interview  

John Locher/AP, Reuters A "Fox News Sunday" segment between host Chris Wallace and US Representative Steve Scalise was the target of the president's on Sunday, as he tweeted that Wallace was "nasty and obnoxious." President Donald Trump also said that Scalise "blew" Wallace "away," called the morning show "lowest rated (unless I'm on)," and suggested that the "dumb and unfair interview would never have happened in the @FoxNews past." Apart from congratulating Scalise, who stuck to the Trump

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2019-11-17 16:58:04



Buttigieg campaign accused of improperly using names of black leaders in support letter amid struggles to attract African American voters  

Associated Press/Elise Amendola Pete Buttigieg's presidential campaign falsely said that three prominent black figures in South Carolina supported his Douglass Plan for Black America, according to a report from The Intercept. In late October, Buttigieg's campaign released an article published in the HBCU Times praising the plan, citing an open letter on behalf of Columbia City Councilwoman Tameika Devine, Rehoboth Baptist pastor and state Rep. Ivory Thigpen, and Johnnie Cordero, chair of the

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2019-11-17 16:40:59



Joe Biden is still questioning if marijuana is a gateway drug, even though research doesn't support the idea  

Associated Press/John Locher Former Vice President and 2020 Democratic hopeful Joe Biden said his questions over marijuana's reputation as a gateway drug hold him back from supporting legalization. Biden claimed at a town hall that "there's not nearly been enough evidence" to confirm if marijuana isn't a gateway drug, which he would need before legalizing it nationwide. However, research has repeatedly failed to find solid evidence of marijuana leading people to harder drugs. The former vi

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2019-11-17 15:57:22



The best throw of Dwayne Haskins' young NFL career was negated by a holding call  

Jim Mone/AP Washington Redskins rookie quarterback Dwayne Haskins made an impressive, scrambling, 67-yard throw to receiver Terry McLaurin. The play, which would have been the best of Haskins' young career, was called back because of holding. The Redskins ended up punting three plays later. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Dwayne Haskins made the best throw of his young career on Sunday, but it didn't even count. In the second quarter, Haskins, making his second care

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2019-11-17 15:43:00



Trump hails 'cash' coming from US aid package to farmers caught in the China trade war's crosshairs  

Associated Press President Donald Trump on Sunday welcomed a "cash" payout to American farmers before the Thanksgiving Day holiday that he attributed to China tariffs, but that money actually is part of a US government aid package. The US Department of Agriculture said on Friday it will begin making a second round of 2019 trade aid payments to US farmers next week. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. President Donald Trump on Sunday welcomed a "cash" payout to American fa

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2019-11-17 15:41:08



George Takei says his dream dinner party would include his 'Star Trek' colleagues 'with one exception'  

Michael Loccisano/Getty Images, NBC In a Q&A with The Guardian, actor George Takei was asked who he'd invite to his dream dinner party, and he said he'd pick his colleagues from "Star Trek," "with one exception." The tongue-in-cheek remark was probably about Takei's infamous decades-long feud with William Shatner, who played Captain Kirk to Takei's Sulu. In his 1994 autobiography "To the Stars," Takei claimed Shatner would act like he didn't know who he was on set. He also said Shatner

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2019-11-17 14:58:39



The NFL's pass interference rules continue to baffle as a seemingly obvious grab prevented a Texans touchdown and didn't get overturned  

via CBS/NFL Baltimore Ravens cornerback Marlon Humphrey committed a seemingly obvious pass interference penalty against the Houston Texans' DeAndre Hopkins, but the refs did not call it, even after a challenge and review. Many in the NFL world voiced their outrage and confusion over the NFL's pass interference rules and the new challenge rule. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The NFL's pass interference rules continued to confuse the larger football world on Sunday. I

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2019-11-17 14:54:23



White House insiders, including a Mike Pence aide, are testifying that Trump's Ukraine interactions seemed 'inappropriate' and 'irregular'  

SAUL LOEB/AFP via Getty Images Witnesses are shedding light on President Donald Trump's order earlier this year to halt military aid to Ukraine, a US ally, in the impeachment inquiry against Trump. Two transcripts that House impeachment investigators released on Saturday show depositions from Jennifer Williams, a special adviser on Europe and Russia to Vice President Mike Pence, and Timothy Morrison, a National Security Council official. Williams testified that Trump's efforts to persuade U

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2019-11-17 14:32:07



Ambassador Sondland, a key player in the impeachment inquiry, flaunted access to Trump on a loud call in a Ukrainian restaurant, officials allege ahead of his testimony  

Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Testimony from multiple officials as part of the impeachment inquiry has pointed to Gordon Sondland, US Ambassador to the European Union, as a key part of President Donald Trump's dealings in Ukraine even though the country is not in the European Union. It was revealed last week that Sondland was overheard on the phone with Trump outside a Kyiv restaurant discussing the Ukrainian president's willingness to pursue politically charged investigations, like a probe

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2019-11-17 14:04:02



Colin Kaepernick put the ball in NFL teams' court after an impressive and complicated workout  

Todd Kirkland/AP Colin Kaepernick arranged his own workout in front of NFL teams on Saturday instead of taking part in the NFL's workout after the two sides battled over logistical issues. Kaepernick generally threw the ball well in front of NFL scouts, with one executive telling ESPN's Adam Schefter that Kaepernick still possesses "elite" arm talent. Kaepernick told teams to "stop running" after his workout, saying he remains prepared to play in the NFL and will go "anywhere." Some still

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2019-11-17 14:01:44



I'm a financial planner, and I have a simple guideline to figure out who needs disability insurance  

GaudiLab/Shutterstock.com If you were to experience an accident, injury, or health issue that made it impossible for you to continue working, disability insurance could protect you against a loss of an income despite the inability to earn money. Life insurance is designed to protect people in your life who may financially depend on you; disability insurance is a little different primarily protects you. If you have a job earning income, then you probably need some amount of disability insura

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2019-11-17 13:45:00



Michael Bloomberg apologizes for stop-and-frisk policy amid a potential presidential run  

REUTERS/Brian Snyder Former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg apologized in a Sunday speech for his support of the New York Police Department's use of "stop-and-frisk." For years, Bloomberg has vigorously defended "stop-and-frisk," even after a federal judge ruled in 2013 that the program violated the constitutional rights of minorities. Bloomberg's speech comes as he considers a possible presidential run for the Democratic nomination. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories

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2019-11-17 13:39:26



Who has the best cheap car insurance in Tennessee?  

AP Photo/Mark Humphrey, File Car insurance in Tennessee is pretty affordable, with the average driver paying $760 for coverage per year. If you're looking for the best affordable coverage in Tennessee, start with USAA or Tennessee Farmers Bureau for a quote.  For the best rate in the state, make sure to shop around for your coverage and compare quotes to find the best coverage for you.  Read more personal finance coverage.  Car insurance in Tennessee is fairly affo

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2019-11-17 13:15:00



John Bel Edwards was narrowly re-elected as governor of Louisiana. He's not a typical Democrat.  

REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman/File Photo John Bel Edwards narrowly won re-election Saturday night by about 40,000 votes and became the first Democrat to do so as governor of Louisiana since 1975. Edwards defeated Eddie Rispone, an outsider candidate backed by President Donald Trump – the second Trump-endorsed gubernatorial candidate to lose in a red state in a month, after Kentucky's governor race. As a conservative Democrat, Edwards has been controversial among his more progressive base.

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2019-11-17 12:55:20



Congressional Republicans are repeating many baseless conspiracy theories in Trump's impeachment inquiry. Here's why they're all bogus.  

AP Photo/Susan Walsh The impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump has officially moved into its public phase, and witnesses are beginning to testify in open session before the House Intelligence Committee. But the hearings have also provided Republican lawmakers and committee counsel with platforms to repeat many baseless conspiracy theories about Democrats and alleged Ukrainian election interference. The entire impeachment inquiry centers around the false claim that H

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2019-11-17 12:42:00



I'm a financial planner, and here's the best advice I can give you about getting help with your money  

Photo by Dina Konovalov I'm a financial planner, and I think finding a professional to help manage your money and build wealth starts with finding a fiduciary with credentials. Once you have someone in mind, make sure you're clear on how they get paid, and the type of clients they generally serve. SmartAsset's free tool can help you find financial advisers and choose the right one for you » Elite athletes don't try to DIY their success. They're surrounded by teams of people who sup

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2019-11-17 12:30:00



State-owned oil giant Saudi Aramco is worth up to $1.7 trillion in a new IPO range, setting the stage for the world's largest public listing  

REUTERS/Hamad I Mohammed/File Photo State-owned oil giant Saudi Aramco on Sunday released a range for its initial public offering that places its valuation up to $1.7 trillion ahead of its public debut that's expected to be the largest on record.  The statement published on Sunday to Aramco's website marks a milestone in the company's closely watched path to the public market. The company filed a key document last week detailing risks to its operations like climate change and terrorism

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2019-11-17 12:28:49



An 18-year-old is accused of directing synagogue attacks across the country under the name 'Operation Kristallnacht,' according to the FBI  

AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar Federal authorities have accused a New Jersey man of ordering the vandalism of synagogues in Michigan and Wisconsin in September. According to a criminal complaint filed last Tuesday and unsealed on Wednesday, 18-year-old Richard Tobin allegedly directed members of a white supremacist organization to deface the synagogues with swastikas and other anti-Semitic symbols. Tobin's arrest comes as the US grapples with a "record-high" number of anti-Semitic incidents, the A

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2019-11-17 12:15:17



Royal Caribbean has its very own private island in the Bahamas, which just underwent a $250 million revamp. Here's what it's like to go.  

Sophie-Claire Hoeller/Insider Royal Caribbean has its own private island in the Bahamas, called Perfect Day at CocoCay. While the cruise line has been going there since the 1980s, it recently invested $250 million into renovations. The island is now home to the Caribbean's largest wave pool, the Caribbean's largest freshwater pool, and North America's tallest waterslide. There's also a 1,600-foot-long zip line and a helium balloon that rises 450 feet into the sky, as well as a swim-up bar,

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2019-11-17 12:15:00



These 8 non-union worker organizations are quietly leading the new labor movement  

AP Photo/Chris O'Meara Labor leaders say traditional unions might not be around much longer, and collective bargaining will look a lot different in the future. Due to weakening union power and membership, non-union worker organizations have began to spring up around the country. Farmers and domestic workers don't have the right to unionize under the National Labor Relations Act, so they've created non-union organizations to advocate for better pay. Visit Business Insider's home page for mo

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2019-11-17 12:00:00



Get the latest news, data, highlights, and analysis from the Business Insider Intelligence research team - FREE  

  bii These days, it's imperative to walk into work not just aware of the news in your industry, but with a full understanding of its context and meaning.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:Nike is ending its pilot with AmazonElektra Labs launched an online catalog for evaluating digital health monitoring toolsUS Cellular expanded its partnership with Amdocs to digitize sales and service systems

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2019-11-17 11:58:00



'Ford v Ferrari' trounces 'Charlie's Angels' to dominate the weekend box office with a strong $31 million opening  

Fox Disney/Fox's "Ford v Ferrari" won the domestic box office this weekend with an estimated $31 million. It's the second-straight weekend that an original movie topped the box office. Sony's "Charlie's Angels" was a major disappointment as it only took in $8.6 million (the studio projected it to earn between $12 million and $13 million). Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Original movies have been showing their might of late at the multiplex. Last weekend Lionsgate's

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2019-11-17 11:48:26



More married baby boomers combine finances than any generation after them, and it speaks to one of the ways money and marriage are changing  

KristianGjorgjiev/Getty Images Married millennials and Gen Xers are keeping their finances separate from their partner much more often than married baby boomers, and it shows that younger generations are thinking about marriage and finances differently. About 37% of millennials and 36% of Gen Xers are keeping their finances separate, while just 27% of baby boomers say the same.  Combining finances is a choice that's different for every couple. Experts say staying on the same page as yo

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2019-11-17 11:45:00



A major Obamacare provision has saved thousands of lives — and the states that still haven't signed on are making a huge mistake  

Scott Olson/Getty Images Aviva Aron-Dine is the vice president for health policy at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. A landmark new study shows the life-saving benefits of the Affordable Care Act's expansion of Medicaid to more low-income adults, adding to the evidence on the program's importance to low-income Americans. According to the new study by economists Sarah Miller, Sean Altekruse, Norman Johnson, and Laura Wherry, M

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2019-11-17 11:33:00



I'm a healthy, single 27-year-old woman, but a flood convinced me life insurance is the smartest thing I can spend my money on  

AND-ONE/Getty Images My upstairs neighbor's kitchen caught fire this year, which led to a massive flood in my apartment. Because of the repairs, I was without a place to live for a month. Luckily I had friends who offered me temporary housing, but between the flood, my renter's insurance company giving me the run-around, and my precarious employment status, I was feeling wildly unstable. Once I was back on my feet, I decided I wanted to have a safety net in place in case anything happened t

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2019-11-17 11:18:00



A 30-year-old MMA fighter knocked out his opponent with a high-flying move so audacious it made him look like a ninja  

Twitter / Probellum MMA "Oh s---!" Those are the immortal words spoken by an MMA commentary team in England after they witnessed a knockout of the year candidate so audacious it would not have looked out of place in a Hong Kong action movie. The 30-year-old French fighter, Davy Gallon, beat Ross Pearson in so much style his winning moves made him look like a ninja. You can watch the sequence right here. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan, and Jet

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2019-11-17 05:27:40



An 18-year-old Israeli who broke the record for fastest submission in Bellator MMA history scored another highlight-reel finish in Tel-Aviv  

Twitter / Bellator MMA Aviv Gozali scored another victory in his fledgling career on Friday. The 18-year-old Israeli beat his opponent by submission, the fourth time in as many fights that he has finished a fight early. Gozali, a submission specialist, is a rising star in the Bellator MMA ranks as Friday's win follows a viral heel hook earlier in the year, an 11-second move which broke the company record for fastest submission. Watch Gozali's latest win right here. Visit Business Insider'

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2019-11-17 04:42:50



The report that Boris Johnson is refusing to publish says it cannot rule out Russian interference in the Brexit referendum  

Stefan Rousseau/Pool/Getty A report into possible Russian interference cannot rule out the possibility that the Kremlin impacted the 2016 Brexit vote. The UK Intelligence and Security Committee said Russia could have influenced the British decision to leave the European Union, according to The Times newspaper. Boris Johnson is under growing pressure to publish the report. It also raises questions about links between himself and the Conservative party to Russian donors. However, the UK gov

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2019-11-17 03:50:57



The 5 biggest general election gaffes made by Boris Johnson's Conservatives and Jeremy Corbyn's Labour so far  

Getty It's been less than two weeks since the United Kingdom's parliament was dissolved to make way for a general election — but there have already been dozens of gaffes, controversies, and car-crash interviews. As voters prepare to head to the polls on December 12, Business Insider has rounded up the most high-profile blunders and setbacks suffered by Labour, the Conservatives, and the Liberal Democrats, so far in the campaign.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Extr

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2019-11-17 03:13:00



Protect Your Wealth from Identity Theft (And Grow It With These Cybersecurity Stocks)  

Identity theft is on the rise. Wealth Daily contributor Samuel Taube goes over what to do if your identity is stolen. He also showcases the cybersecurity stocks on the front lines of the battle against identity theft... and shows you how to profit from them.

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2019-11-17 00:00:00



Trump made an unscheduled trip to a hospital for what the White House says was part of his annual physical  

Associated Press/Evan Vucci President Donald Trump made an unexpected visit to a Washington, DC, hospital on Saturday. The White House said the visit was for medical tests as part of his annual physical. It was unclear which tests Trump had received or why the visit had not been disclosed in advance. The press secretary, Stephanie Grisham, tried to tamp down rumors by appearing on Fox News later that evening, telling Jeanine Pirro that it was a "very routine visit" and that Trump was "doin

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2019-11-16 22:23:59



Louisiana elects its governor tonight, follow live results as the last Democrat in the deep south tries to hold his seat  

Gerald Herbert/AP Photo;Ruobing Su/Business Insider Democratic Gov. John Bel Edwards is trying to defeat Republican businessman Eddie Rispone in Louisiana's tight governor's race.  We'll have live updates all night with the latest vote count thanks to our partner DDHQ.  The polls are razor-thin, as the popular Edwards attempts to win in a state won by President Trump by 20 percentage points in 2016. Last week a key Trump ally in Kentucky lost to a Democrat, so this race will have

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2019-11-16 21:02:00



Pete Buttigieg soars to first place in a new Iowa poll, leaving Biden, Warren, and Sanders in dead heat  

Associated Press/Elise Amendola South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg has skyrocketed to first place in a new CNN/Des Moines Register/Mediacom poll of likely Democratic caucusgoers in Iowa. Buttigieg has risen 16 percentage points since September to garner a whopping 25% support. The other frontrunners are essentially competing for second place, with former Vice President Joe Biden polling at 16% support, and Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont and Sen. Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts polling at 15%

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2019-11-16 20:58:07



Prince Andrew says he couldn't have had sex with a 17-year-old because he was at a Pizza Express on the day in question  

Reuters/Toby Melville; Google Maps Prince Andrew said he was busy on the day he has been accused of having sex with a 17-year-old, telling the BBC that he was at a Pizza Express, and stayed home with his children after. His accuser, Virginia Roberts Giuffre, has alleged that she was coerced into having sex with the Prince on three occasions in 2001 and 2002, and paid for the encounters by Jeffrey Epstein. Prince Andrew said he remembered the Pizza Express detail "weirdly distinctly" because

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2019-11-16 19:43:05



Prince Andrew says the picture of him with his hand around Virginia Roberts' waist might not be real  

REUTERS, AP Images. Prince Andrew spoke about his friendship with the sex offender Jeffrey Epstein in a lengthy BBC interview that aired Saturday. During the interview, Prince Andrew suggested that the widely circulated photo showing him and Virginia Roberts Giuffre was fake. He said he could not prove that the picture had been edited, but that he had reason to believe it was not genuine. He also said he had "no recollection" of meeting Giuffre, who alleges she was coerced into having sex

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2019-11-16 17:18:06



A immigration officer processed deportations for 20 years. Now he fears his own, after his Mexican birth certificate was unearthed.  

REUTERS/Jose Luis Gonzalez A former immigration officer for the US Customs and Border Protection agency lost his job and now fears deportation after an ironic twist of fate – he found out he wasn't actually a US citizen. Raul Rodriguez worked for the US government since 2000 processing deportations. But while trying to help his brother emigrate from Mexico, Rodriguez received a call from the Office of the Inspector General informing him they had discovered a Mexican birth certificate f

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2019-11-16 16:51:49



Pope Francis compared rhetoric from anti-gay politicians to Hitler speeches  

REUTERS/Remo Casilli Pope Francis compared anti-gay comments made by politicians to speeches made by Adolf Hitler.  He made the comment while speaking to an international penal law association on Friday, the Associated Press reported. He said: "These are actions that are typical of Nazism, that with its persecution of Jews, gypsies, people with homosexual orientation, represent an excellent model of the throwaway culture and culture of hatred." Francis did not name any specific p

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2019-11-16 16:07:14



Here's everything we know about Mina Chang, who rapidly rose from a self-described singer to a State Department official with a dubious résumé  

Department of State Mina Chang, a 35-year-old State Department official, prompted a flurry of interest over her credentials this week after she was alleged to have embellished her work history and educational experience. In a statement from her previous nonprofit group, executive director Ian Dailey characterized the news reports as a "classic 'hit-job'" and said he was "disgusted with the unwarranted attack" against Chang. Here's what we know about Chang, who joined the Trump administratio

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2019-11-16 15:59:07



Heart surgeries like bypasses may not be necessary for blocked arteries, according to groundbreaking new research  

REUTERS/Petr Josek New research from the federal government found that common heart surgeries to remove blockages in arteries — like bypasses — are unnecessary because they can be treated with drug therapy. Patients could save $775 million a year by not having the surgeries done, one doctor told The New York Times. The study "certainly will challenge our clinical thinking," said Dr. Alice Jacobs, director of Cath Lab and Interventional Cardiology at Boston University. For more

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2019-11-16 15:27:00



A Tucson deputy is being investigated for a video that shows him forcing a 15-year-old quadruple amputee to the ground  

Screenshot YouTube/ChasinDatPaperMedia The Pima County Sheriff's Department has opened an internal investigation into a disturbing video obtained by KOLD News 13 in Tucson, Arizona that shows a deputy tackling a 15-year-old quadruple amputee to the ground. The video was captured several months ago by another teenager in a group home, and when it was presented to the sheriff's department by the news station, the department said it had no knowledge of the footage.  In the video, the depu

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2019-11-16 14:20:11



The high school basketball team with the kids of LeBron James and Dwyane Wade is going to be on ESPN more than some NBA teams  

Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images LeBron James' son Bronny and Dwyane Wade's son Zaire high school team games will be broadcast frequently on ESPN in their first season playing high school basketball together in California. The Los Angeles Times reported on Friday that ESPN will broadcast 15 of Sierra Canyon's games this season, starting on Nov. 21. The team also features top recruits other than the big-name sophomores, including Zaire Williams, one of the top uncommitted recruits in the senio

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2019-11-16 13:56:54



Venice government offices were flooded moments after lawmakers rejected a climate change plan  

ANDREA ZANONI/via REUTERS Venice regional council's offices on the city's Grand Canal were flooded for the first time in history just minutes after officials rejected a plan to combat climate change.  The ancient city has been facing its worst floods in more than 50 years. One member posted on Facebook that the floods struck the council chamber in Ferro Fini Palace as councilors were debating the 2020 regional budget, which includes "no concrete actions to combat climate change," which

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2019-11-16 13:47:16



14 household items that will become obsolete over the next 10 years  

Helmut Seisenberger/Shutterstock The 2010s are ending very differently than they started, with new inventions popping up seemingly every day. Some items that were popular at the beginning of the decade are rarely used anymore.  Over the next 10 years, more items will start to disappear from daily life, including cable boxes, physical cash, and landlines. These are 14 household items that will become obsolete over the next 10 years. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. The 20

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2019-11-16 13:15:00



2 students at Harvard went viral with an incredible campaign rap. Then they won the school's election.  

YouTube/James and Ify Campaign Harvard juniors James Mathew and Ifeoma "Ify" White-Thorpe were named Harvard University's Undergraduate Council's next president and vice president, respectively, on Thursday night.  The pair campaigned on a platform that focused on inclusion and belonging, sexual assault prevention and response, and health, safety and wellness. But before Election Day, the pair shared a campaign video on YouTube that later went viral when it was shared to Twitter by Whi

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2019-11-16 12:55:29



I saved $100,000 before age 25 with the help of one 1 app  

Dragana Gordic/Shutterstock I recently reached my goal of saving $100,000 by age 25, and I got there using a strategy I recommend to every client I see as a money coach — visualizing your goals. I used Personal Capital, a personal finance app, to see where I was spending, what I was saving, and how I could save more towards my goal. Personal Capital helped me track my investments, understand my retirement savings, and plot out my savings strategy. Open your own Personal Capital accou

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2019-11-16 12:48:00



Attorney General Bill Barr's speech to the conservative Federalist Society is under scrutiny for its political tilt  

AP Photo/Andrew Harnik Attorney General Bill Barr attacked "the left" in an aggressive speech Friday night to the Federalist Society, a conservative group of lawyers that has provided President Donald Trump with many of his judicial nominees. The speech has prompted criticisms of Barr and his Justice Department, which is supposed to stand apart from party politics.  The left, Barr said, "is engaged in the systematic shredding of norms and the undermining of the rule of law." For more

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2019-11-16 12:35:26



40 Big Tech Predictions for 2019  

Digital transformation has arrived. Not a single industry is safe from the unstoppable wave of digitization that is sweeping through finance, retail, transportation, and more. And in 2019, there will be even more transformative developments that will  our businesses, careers, and lives.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:Huawei exec says its 5G base stations perform better without components from US companies, but it still wants to repair its relationship with AmericaGo

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2019-11-16 12:32:00



I built my emergency fund $100 at a time, but I didn't make real progress until I opened a high-yield savings account  

Nikada/Getty I'm crazy about my high-yield savings account. When I was struggling to build up an emergency fund a few years ago, I opened a high-yield savings account at Ally and kept my checking account at a different bank. At the time, my account was earning over 2% interest annually. It's now down to 1.7%, but I'm still earning nearly 20 times more than I would with a regular savings account. The high APY combined with regular automatic deposits — starting with $100 per paycheck a

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2019-11-16 12:30:00



10 of the weirdest things that celebrities collect, from Angelina Jolie's daggers to Tom Hanks' 120 typewriters  

Jordan Strauss/Invision, Julia Rubin/AP In an interview with the New York Times, Tom Hanks discussed his antique typewriter collection, which used to number somewhere in the hundreds. It has now "dwindled" to around 120. He's not the only celebrity collector. Ben Stiller has spent thousands of dollars on "Star Trek" props, while Rod Stewart is a devoted model train enthusiast. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Sometimes celebrities really are just like us — they get

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2019-11-16 12:28:00



8 life events millennials are putting off longer than their parents because they can't afford it  

Rich Fury/Getty Images for Coachella Millennials are more likely than their parents were to delay pretty much every life event because of money, according to a new survey by Insider and Morning Consult. They're putting off big things, like buying a home, having a medical procedure, and making a career move. But money is also affecting their love lives: Millennials aren't just delaying marriage and kids, but beginning or ending a relationship because of it. Read more personal finance covera

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2019-11-16 12:15:00



I flew in business class on Italy's struggling national airline, and was blown away by the comfortable seat and almost-perfect dinner  

I recently flew Alitalia from New York's JFK Airport to Rome in business class after I scored an incredible deal, and managed to stack two different discounts on the flight. I was impressed by the onboard food and drinks, and the comfort of the cabin on the Boeing 777-200 — the airline has a fun Italian flair that lends itself to a great experience. There were a few minor flaws, like a poor in-flight entertainment system, but I would absolutely choose the airline's business class ag

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2019-11-16 12:06:00



I'm a tech CEO who tried to give up my smartphone for a year. I wasn't fully successful — but it did make me a better leader.  

Courtesy of Ben Crudo Ben Crudo is the CEO of Diff, a full-service agency that designs and builds ecommerce solutions for major retailers. Ben is passionate about demystifying ecommerce while using technology to enhance human experience and connection. A year ago, he decided to make a huge permanent change: swapping out his smartphone for a "dumb one." As the CEO of a growing tech company, he knew it was a risky move, but he thought it would ultimately help him in the long run. While h

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2019-11-16 12:00:00



Here are the two victims of the high school shooting in Santa Clarita  

GoFundMe Fourteen-year-old Dominic Blackwell and 15-year-old Gracie Anne Muehlberger died in a shooting at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, California, on Thursday. Gracie's parents called her the "light of our lives," and Dominc's family said he was a "shining light personified by a goofy laugh, cheesy smile, and a huge, caring heart." Three other students, a boy and two girls, were hospitalized with injuries but expected to recover. The gunman, identified as 16-year-old Nathaniel Ber

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2019-11-16 11:46:39



I'm a financial adviser and there are 6 reasons I don't think $2.5 million of life insurance is too much for my family  

MoMo Productions/Getty Images As a financial adviser, I've seen first hand what happens when families don't have enough life insurance. As a result, I consider it my job to inform clients about the importance of life insurance coverage and advise them on how much to buy. I currently have $2.5 million in life insurance coverage on myself, and a lot of people think that's way too much. However, there are plenty of reasons having $2.5 million in coverage makes sense for my family. When it come

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2019-11-16 11:45:00



Leaked papers on China's Muslim mass detention policies show President Xi Jinping urging the ruling party to use the 'organs of dictatorship' to round up the ethnic minority  

Reuters/Pool In one of the biggest leaks from the inside of China's secretive ruling party, The New York Times revealed more than 400 documents that detail China's policies on its Muslim detention camps, where it's estimated that more than 3 million people are being held. Chinese President Xi Jinping urges the party to use the "organs of dictatorship" to carry out the policies, and referenced the United States' war on terror following 9/11 as an example of how to crack down on civil libertie

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2019-11-16 11:40:10



The US needs to copy China's tech strategy to remain the top economy in the world  

Mark Wilson/Getty; Naohiko Hatta/Getty; Shayanne Gal/Business Insider China is lapping the US when it comes to tech investment and is quickly positioning itself as the economy of the future. The US needs to seriously reconsider its investment strategy to fend off China. In order to do that, the public needs to know the value of tech investment and politicians must make investment a priority. If they don't, the US could fall way behind China. Robert D. Atkinson is president of the Informat

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2019-11-16 11:23:00



Bitcoin would need to soar 1,670% to make an ETF possible, strategist Tom Lee says  

Reuters Bitcoin would need to surge past $150,000 per coin to make an exchange-traded fund for the coin feasible, Fundstrat Global Advisors co-founder Tom Lee said, according to Bloomberg. The estimate requires a 1,670% gain for the popular cryptocurrency. It traded at roughly $8,488 as of 3 p.m. ET Friday. Large fund launches can bring in $13 billion in first-year interest, and the buzz around cryptocurrencies remains healthy, Lee said.  Lee praised the Securities and Exchange Commis

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2019-11-16 11:15:00






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