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Trump Celebrates Earth Day By Praising Rollback Of Environmental Protections

Trump Celebrates Earth Day By Praising Rollback Of Environmental Protections

The president's dubious logic on conservation is being called out on Twitter.
Who Has More of Your Personal Data Than Facebook? Try Google

Who Has More of Your Personal Data Than Facebook? Try Google

Google’s data-gathering empire is bigger and more pervasive than Facebook’s—and while it hasn’t been plagued by scandal, it can’t evade scrutiny forever.
As Another Pence Runs for Congress, His Business Record Raises Questions

As Another Pence Runs for Congress, His Business Record Raises Questions

Greg Pence, the brother of Vice President Mike Pence, attended a rally in Indianapolis where President Trump spoke about tax reform in September.
Naked gunman kills four in Nashville Waffle House

Naked gunman kills four in Nashville Waffle House

The man burst into a Nashville restaurant and opened fire before a customer seized his rifle.
Cord Cutters Have One More Option To Choose From

Cord Cutters Have One More Option To Choose From

For those of you looking to dump your cable TV, here's a new over-the-air antenna with intelligent technology.
Bitcoin's Rebound Continues After April 17 Tax Day

Bitcoin's Rebound Continues After April 17 Tax Day

Tom Lee at Fundstrat Global Advisors, one of the most visible Bitcoin analysts, believes it should move higher since the incremental selling to pay for income taxes has passed.
Owning a supercar isn't as cool as you think — here's why

Owning a supercar isn't as cool as you think — here's why

Supercars cost millions, attract unwanted attention, have no storage, and are really low to the ground.
Hunting Season's Fall/Winter 2018 Campaign

Hunting Season's Fall/Winter 2018 Campaign

Contemporary elegance by Danielle Corona.
HELLO! Your Bio Is Boring (And May Be Losing You Clients)

HELLO! Your Bio Is Boring (And May Be Losing You Clients)

Striking up conversations with potential clients could be as easy as adding some spark to your bio.
Verne Troyer: Mini-Me Austin Powers actor dies aged 49

Verne Troyer: Mini-Me Austin Powers actor dies aged 49

The actor, who also appeared on a number of TV shows, was admitted to hospital earlier this month.
Opinion: The Business Deals That Could Imperil Trump

Opinion: The Business Deals That Could Imperil Trump

A Russian émigré with a checkered past helped develop what was known as Trump SoHo until last December.
Avicii's Ex-Girlfriend Wrote an Absolutely Heartbreaking Post About Him

Avicii's Ex-Girlfriend Wrote an Absolutely Heartbreaking Post About Him

"For the two years we were together, he was my closest confidante, and my best friend."
Parkland, Texas, student hit, killed after leaving campus during walkout

Parkland, Texas, student hit, killed after leaving campus during walkout

A Parkland Middle School sixth-grader who left campus during the National Student Walkout was killed when he was struck by a vehicle Friday morning.
Why Fortnite's Comet And Meteors Could Be Much Bigger Than Just Tilted Towers

Why Fortnite's Comet And Meteors Could Be Much Bigger Than Just Tilted Towers

Fortnite: Battle Royale's comet and meteors are clearly up to something, but it might be about a lot more than just destroying Tilted Towers.

What marijuana really does to your body and brain

Marijuana's official designation as a Schedule 1 drug means it's pretty tough to study. Yet some studies have linked marijuana with several health benefits.
Michigan high school closes after Confederate flag-bearing trucks park outside for two days

Michigan high school closes after Confederate flag-bearing trucks park outside for two days

Officials say a potential threat has forced the closure of a Michigan high school where students parked their trucks adorned with Confederate flags.

German police open up to Polish applicants

Lack of local trainees in Brandenburg reflects national skills shortage
Throw out all of your romaine lettuce, it could have E. coli, CDC says

Throw out all of your romaine lettuce, it could have E. coli, CDC says

Federal authorities investigating a nationwide E. coli outbreak say people who've bought chopped romaine lettuce should throw it out - and not eat it.