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Mozilla’s $3.5M plan to teach ethics to coders

Despite the high-minded promise of tech's potential to enrich our lives, each day brings a new headline about its negative effects. 

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Justin Bieber may be a married man now, but that doesn’t mean he’s stopped caring about on-and-off ex, Selena Gomez! This Wednesday night, the “Love Yourself” singer was spotted looking very sad after news broke of Gomez’s hospitalization. Click through RadarOnline.com’s gallery to see...

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Family holds sit-in at Domino’s to protest ‘stone cold’ food

Though some pizza aficionados prefer the beloved dish cold, one British family was so frustrated with the belated delivery and “stone cold” temperature of their Domino’s order that they staged a lengthy sit-in protest at the fast-casual chain, which ultimately ended with police intervention....

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Ian Prior says the report that the Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein discussed wearing a wire to secretly record President Trump is based on 'double-hearsay.'

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At a sparsely attended school board meeting in July, officials had offered the roughly 23-acre "Field of Dreams" as its only real alternative for replacing the current arrangement of leasing parking spaces in a nearby industrial park.

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El hallazgo de un mexicano con 50 libras de metanfetamina en el condado de Orange, y quien dijo ser policía, agudiza las críticas contra la ley santuario que protege a los indocumentados en California. El Departamento del Sheriff de la localidad confiscó la droga el martes tras una parada de...

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The pervasive idea that survivors of sexual assault aren't strong is both demeaning and wrong.

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La madre del sospechoso arrestado por la violación y homicidio de una periodista de la televisión búlgara ha dicho que su hijo admitió haberla asesinado, según medios de prensa. La … Click to Continue »

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Nine questions for NFL Week 6: Will unbeaten Rams, Chiefs finally fall?

The Chiefs could be in for the toughest matchup yet against the Patriots, while the Rams take on the struggling Broncos.         

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24 Hours ... With Melvin Gordon on Game Day

We followed the Chargers’ star running back and his family as he prepared for and played in—and then played back—the Week 4 win over the 49ers

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Belgian police carried out 44 raids and have charged several people with corruption, tax evasion and money laundering.

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Who will reign supreme in this year's JC Studio's Battle of the Bands?

The second annual JC Studios Battle of the Bands will take place on Saturday, Oct 13, from 5 to 10 p.m. on the rooftop of Porta, 135 Newark Ave, Jersey City. Nine bands have 15 minutes to impress in an all out Battle of the Bands. The second annual JC Studios Battle of the Bands will take place on...

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China set to unveil nuclear stealth bomber

China is almost ready to unleash its fearsome Hong-20 nuclear bomber. The state-of-the-art war machine can carry 20 tons of nuclear weapons and fly 5,000 miles without refueling. It has been in development for more than a decade, during which China has poured billions into its air force. The wings...

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Ruvo East, the Port Jefferson restaurant inundated with waist-high water during a rainstorm two weeks ago, is to reopen Thursday at 4 p.m.

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Cuomo hasn’t agreed to a single debate with GOP challenger Molinaro

With the election less than a month away, Gov. Andrew Cuomo still hasn’t agreed to a single debate with Republican challenger Marc Molinaro. Critics — who include Democrats — say that’s not how democracy should operate. “The opponent is not Donald Trump. The opponent in Marc Molinaro,”...

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'Wheel of Fortune' host Pat Sajak encourages fans to vote, mocks those that rely on celebrities to remind them

With the 2018 midterm elections rapidly approaching, celebrities, politicians and everyone in between are taking to social media to encourage people to vote, including Wheel of Fortune” host Pat Sajak. However, the game show legend accompanied his message with a bit of tongue-in-cheek humor....

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'Wheel of Fortune' host Pat Sajak encourages fans to vote, mocks those that rely on celebrities to remind them

With the 2018 midterm elections rapidly approaching, celebrities, politicians and everyone in between are taking to social media to encourage people to vote, including Wheel of Fortune” host Pat Sajak. However, the game show legend accompanied his message with a bit of tongue-in-cheek humor....

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