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De Blasio loses twice to the little guys

Home-sharing and horse carriages: One industry is strictly new-economy; the other, as old as it gets. But they’re both showing you can beat City Hall. Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Arthur Engoron this week called a halt to Mayor de Blasio’s latest effort to crush the city’s horse-carriage...

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T-Mobile US and AT&T said they would stop feeding individual customers’ real-time locations to data middlemen after a report suggested the sensitive information is easy to pull without users’ consent

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T-Mobile US and AT&T said they would stop feeding individual customers’ real-time locations to data middlemen after a report suggested the sensitive information is easy to pull without users’ consent

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This Is Us star Susan Kelechi Watson teases flash-forward event, Randall and Beth's future  

A new year brings a new chapter in the Pearson family saga, but perhaps it’s best to keep a finger in the old chapter. The season 3 fall finale of This Is Us, titled “The Beginning is the End is the Beginning,” crammed plenty of developments into the final few minutes, and ended the hour with...

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Piers Morgan Hospitalized Over Mystery Health Crisis

Is Piers Morgan OK? This Friday, the outspoken journalist shocked fans by sharing a scary photo of him lying in an emergency room bed wearing a hospital gown and a nasal breathing tube. “Bad news… after some extensive hospital tests this morning it appears I’m not going to die,” joked the...

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Adam Lambert confirms Bohemian Rhapsody cameo

While Adam Lambert has frequently shared the stage with the remaining members of Queen, some may be surprised to learn of another connection that he has to the iconic band. In a Twitter post on Friday, the singer celebrated his small (but crucial) cameo in Bohemian Rhapsody, sharing an image of...

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Mike Shinoda responds to Mark Morton’s song with Chester Bennington

Mike Shinoda has made a heartfelt statement about the new Mark Morton song featuring the late Linkin Park singer Chester Bennington. The song, “Cross Off” comes from the Lamb Of God guitarist’s upcoming solo album. Shinoda tweeted about the track and reflected on a memory he had with...

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If you’re willing to trade homes with travelers from France, Japan, even coastal California, you now have your pick from a wider, swankier array of options thanks to the house-sharing boom. Plus: A Scaredy-Cat Guide to House Swapping.

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Netflix account sharing could be coming to an end

The era of sharing your Netflix account with your friends and family that live outside of your household might be coming to an end. Software company Synamedia unveiled some new technology during CES in Las Vegas that allow streaming companies to use artificial intelligence to detect and flag users...

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Police officer goes undercover for pot bust as Uber driver

Pennsylvania State Police say they had an officer pose as an Uber driver to arrest a man who left a two-pound package of marijuana inside a ride-sharing vehicle.

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Sarah Hyland Says She Would 'Write' Mental Suicidal Letters to Loved Ones Amid Chronic Heath Battle

Sarah Hyland is opening up about her battle with depression among a slew of chronic health issues, and how she overcame her own suicidal thoughts. The Modern Family star, 28, got candid about some of her darker days on Friday’s The Ellen DeGeneres Show, explaining that at low points, she would...

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The cast of Sex Education share their awkward sex stories

When Asa Butterfield and Gillian Anderson came to EW’s studios to discuss their new Netflix comedy Sex Education — about an awkward teen (Butterfield) and his sex-therapist mom (Anderson) — there was no way we were going to let them leave without sharing some of their own embarrassing...

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Here’s Why Americans Need Marie Kondo So Much Right Now

The "decluttering guru" is sharing her tidying magic in a new Netflix series.

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America's progressives are so busy extolling virtues of socialism that they want you to ignore THIS

Nearly three-quarters of a century ago, Winston Churchill described socialism as “the equal sharing of misery.” Venezuela under Maduro shows that description holds true today.

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America's progressives are so busy extolling virtues of socialism that they want you to ignore THIS

Nearly three-quarters of a century ago, Winston Churchill described socialism as “the equal sharing of misery.” Venezuela under Maduro shows that description holds true today.

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Frustrated government workers share $0 pay stubs on Twitter

To give a sense of how impactful the government shutdown has been for employees, some are sharing their $0.00 pay stubs on social media.         

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Season for Sharing: Rosie’s House academy gives low-income kids the gift of music

With 100 percent free music classes, Rosie's House aims to show that a ZIP code is not destiny.         

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Season for Sharing: Rosie’s House academy gives low-income kids the gift of music

With 100 percent free music classes, Rosie's House aims to show that a ZIP code is not destiny.         

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Season for Sharing: Rosie’s House academy gives low-income kids the gift of music

With 100 percent free music classes, Rosie's House aims to show that a ZIP code is not destiny.         

Read more in azcentral.com

Season for Sharing: Rosie’s House academy gives low-income kids the gift of music

With 100 percent free music classes, Rosie's House aims to show that a ZIP code is not destiny.         

Read more in azcentral.com