In making banks less risky for consumers, the Dodd-Frank Act produced mixed results at best, study finds

The Dodd-Frank Act, enacted in 2010 to promote economic stability and protect consumers in response to the 2008 global financial crisis, is showing mixed results, according to a new study by Case Western Reserve University.

Study: Banning criminal conviction questions on job applications increases hiring of ex-prisoners

Efforts to ban such questions show promise to ease re-entry into workforce for increasing number of Americans with criminal histories

New theory could lead to better batteries, fuel cells

A new theory could enable researchers and industry to tune and improve the performance of a material called ionic ceramics in rechargeable batteries, fuel cells and other energy applications.

New soil moisture and temperature data helps predict life-threatening Indian monsoon rains

Thunderstorms embedded within Indian monsoon systems can deluge areas with dozens of inches of rain in little time, causing severe flooding and the loss of hundreds of lives each year. Better predictions of when, where and how much rain will fall is key to saving property and lives.

Researchers develop sharp solution for waste glass

A new process turning waste glass into everyday products could save tens of millions of tonnes of glass from going to landfill every year.

Climate change could make Iowa temps feel like Oklahoma cities by 2080

A new study suggests what the climate in several major Iowa cities could feel like by 2080.

Climate change may affect ecological interactions among species

With herbivores, omnivores, carnivores, insectivores, frugivores, scavengers and decomposers, Earth's ecosystems function within a vast web of interactions among plants, animals, insects, fungi and microorganisms. A fundamental part of this web resides in the equilibrium of the food chain that links predators to herbivores and regulates plant production on our planet.

Solving the jet/cocoon riddle of a gravitational wave event

An international research team including astronomers from the Max Planck Institute for Radio Astronomy in Bonn, Germany, has combined radio telescopes from five continents to prove the existence of a narrow stream of material, a so-called jet, emerging from the only gravitational wave event involving two neutron stars ever observed. With its high sensitivity and excellent performance, the 100-meter radio telescope in Effelsberg played an important role in the observations.

Physicists calculate proton’s pressure distribution for first time

Neutron stars are among the densest-known objects in the universe, withstanding pressures so great that one teaspoon of a star's material would equal about 15 times the weight of the moon. Yet as it turns out, protons—the fundamental particles that make up most of the visible matter in the universe—contain even higher pressures.

Image: Restless star makes for stunning storm

Geomagnetic activity caused by our star recently created a stir in the skies over Iceland, resulting in the seeming electrification of the night, as captured here by photographer Ollie Taylor.

Captain Marvel: Annette Bening Confirms Her Mysterious Role

Warning: This article contains spoilers for Captain Marvel, which is set to hit theaters on March 8.

Even though the release of Captain Marvel is a just a few weeks away, the latest entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is still surrounded by mystery. However, Annette Bening revealed the answer to one of the movie's many mysteries during an interview on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

After briefly teasing Colbert about the secrecy around the movie, Bening confirmed that she was playing the Supreme Intelligence in the film.

RELATED: Captain Marvel Advance Ticket Sales Surpass Wonder Woman and Aquaman

In the film, the Supreme Intelligence appears to be the mastermind behind the alien Kree Empire.

In the Marvel Universe, the Supreme Intelligence was created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby in 1967's Fantastic Four #65. The Supreme Intelligence is an artificial intelligence that rules the Kree and stands as one of the most prominent leaders in Marvel's cosmos. While the Supreme Intelligence is usually just a giant green head, Bening will give it a more humanoid form in the film.

RELATED: Captain Marvel's Supreme Intelligence Revealed by Movie Tie-In

The interview also included a clip from the movie, where Bening identified herself as the Supreme Intelligence to Brie Larson's Carol Danvers and told her about the threat the shape-shifting Skrulls.

Directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck , Captain Marvel stars Brie Larson as Carol Danvers, Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury, Jude Law as the commander of Starforce, Clark Gregg as Phil Coulson, Lee Pace as Ronan the Accuser, Djimon Hounsou as Korath the Pursuer, Gemma Chan as Minn-Erva, Ben Mendelsohn as Talos, Lashana Lynch as Maria Rambeau, Algenis Perez Soto as Att-Lass, McKenna Grace as a young Carol Danvers and Annette Bening as the Supreme Intelligence. The film arrives on March 8.

YouTube walks a tightrope with its video makers, advertisers

YouTube has plenty of problems to deal with, ranging from advertiser boycotts to a recommendation engine often blamed for encouraging conspiracies on the video-sharing network. But rarely does it score such a spectacular own goal as it did with its 2018 year-in-review video.

How the US government created a fake university to snare immigrant students – The Guardian

How the US government created a fake university to snare immigrant students  The Guardian

Court documents reveal stunning scheme used to trap 161 foreign nationals; Ice maintains the students knew the school was fake.

BMW, Daimler to invest 1 bn euros in joint carsharing scheme

German auto giants BMW and Daimler said Friday they would invest one billion euros ($1.1 billion) in combining and extending their carsharing schemes DriveNow and Car2Go, in future offering a slew of "mobility services", including for electric cars.

13 Tweets That Will Hit Home If You Google Your Health Symptoms

"An extreme sport: looking up your symptoms on Google."

Here’s What Beto Could Unleash on Trump – POLITICO

  1. Here's What Beto Could Unleash on Trump  POLITICO
  2. Trump endorses Cornyn for reelection as O'Rourke mulls challenge | TheHill  The Hill
  3. Beto O’Rourke or Not, the Republican Market Share Is Eroding  Wall Street Journal
  4. Trump endorses Cornyn in Senate reelection bid  POLITICO
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Smollett lawyers suggest he’s being denied due process; conservative alleged attack victim speaks out – Fox News

Smollett lawyers suggest he's being denied due process; conservative alleged attack victim speaks out  Fox News

Welcome to Fox News First. Not signed up yet? Click here. Developing now, Friday, Feb. 22, 2019. SMOLLETT'S LAWYERS BLAST CHICAGO POLICE FOR ...

Time’s up CEO resigns after sexual assault allegations against her son: report – Fox News

  1. Time’s up CEO resigns after sexual assault allegations against her son: report  Fox News
  2. Time’s Up CEO Lisa Borders Resigned After Son Accused of Sexual Assault  TheWrap
  3. Time’s Up CEO Resigned After Son Was Accused of Sexual Assault  Variety
  4. Time's Up CEO Lisa Borders Resigned Following Sexual Misconduct Claims Against Her Son  Hollywood Reporter
  5. Sexual misconduct allegations against Time’s Up CEO Lisa Borders’ son prompted her resignation  Los Angeles Times
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Medical News Today: Your furniture may contain harmful chemicals

Researchers found traces of toxins in the blood or urine of children living in homes with sofas containing flame-retardant chemicals or vinyl floors.

Virginia elementary school draws outrage for ‘runaway slave’ gym lesson – Fox News

  1. Virginia elementary school draws outrage for ‘runaway slave’ gym lesson  Fox News
  2. ‘Slavery is not a game’: Virginia school apologizes over Black History Month exercise  Washington Post
  3. Principal apologizes for Black History Month gym lesson  WTOP
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Triclosan added to consumer products impairs response to antibiotic treatment

Grocery store aisles are stocked with products that promise to kill bacteria. People snap up those items to protect themselves from the germs that make them sick. However, new research from Washington University in St. Louis finds that a chemical that is supposed to kill bacteria is actually making them stronger and more capable of surviving antibiotic treatment.

Pinterest files confidentially for stock listing: report

Pinterest, the online "visual discovery" service which claims some 250 million users, has filed confidentially for a stock market listing, The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday.

Going greener: Finland’s new gas-fuelled icebreaker

The steel behemoth pushes ahead, crunching the ice as it navigates the northernmost tip of the Baltic, considered one of the most polluted seas in the world. But unlike other icebreakers spewing diesel, this state-of-the-art ship boasts cleaner fuel.

Baidu profit falls but revenue beats expectations

Leading Chinese internet search provider Baidu has announced a 50 percent plunge in net profit for the fourth quarter but revenue beat expectations on growth in its core search business and a push into artificial intelligence (AI).

Under fire Huawei and foldable screens in focus at top mobile fair

Phone makers will focus on foldable screens and the introduction of blazing fast 5G wireless networks at the world's biggest mobile fair starting Monday in Spain as they try to reverse a decline in sales of smartphones.

Israel flying to moon after SpaceX launch

An Israeli spacecraft rocketed toward the moon for the country's first attempted lunar landing, following a launch Thursday night by SpaceX.

Cellphone internet access bringing changes fast to Cuba

After a tornado slammed Havana in late January, Mijail Ramirez complained on Twitter that authorities were threatening to evict him from his damaged home. A week later he said the government had changed its mind and would help him rebuild the house.

Touchdown: Japan probe Hayabusa2 lands on distant asteroid

A Japanese probe sent to collect samples from an asteroid 300 million kilometres away for clues about the origin of life and the solar system landed successfully on Friday, scientists said.

Captain Marvel: Brie Larson Clarifies Comments About Press Diversity

As press coverage for Captain Marvel ramps up ahead of the film's release, star Brie Larson has clarified earlier remarks about increasing the diversity of reporters covering the Marvel Cinematic Universe film.

In an interview with Marie Claire published over the weekend, Larson had expressed a desire for more inclusive press coverage. After the comments drew backlash, Larson clarified her stance with a television interview with Fox 5, noting she was simply looking for increased representation among the press coverage.

RELATED: Captain Marvel Advance Ticket Sales Surpass Wonder Woman & Aquaman

"What I’m looking for is to bring more seats up to the table. No one is getting their chair taken away," explained Larson. "There’s not less seats at the table, there’s just more seats at the table.”

As the push for diversity continues beyond the big screen to those reporting on the very films being made for larger audiences, the increased responsibility for more marginalized voices showing that the studio is committed to inclusivity in more than just its fictional characters.

RELATED: Captain Marvel Teams Up With Dole for Health & Wellness Campaign

Directed by Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck from a script they wrote with Liz Flahive, Carly Mensch, Meg LeFauve, Nicole Perlman and Geneva Robertson-Dworet, Captain Marvel stars Brie Larson as Carol Danvers, Samuel L. Jackson as Nick Fury, Jude Law as Mar-Vell, Clark Gregg as Phil Coulson, Lee Pace as Ronan the Accuser, Djimon Hounsou as Korath the Pursuer, Gemma Chan as Minn-Erva, Ben Mendelsohn as Talos and Lashana Lynch as Maria Rambeau. The film arrives on March 8.

All the President’s broken men – CNN

All the President's broken men  CNN

They once were Donald Trump's strutting, sharp-suited alpha male political and legal fixers, living high and playing the game hard, seemingly immune from the ...

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Dem 2020 hopefuls Harris, Warren say they embrace idea of reparations for black Americans: report – Fox News

  1. Dem 2020 hopefuls Harris, Warren say they embrace idea of reparations for black Americans: report  Fox News
  2. 2020 Democrats Embrace Race-Conscious Policies, Including Reparations  The New York Times
  3. Warren, Harris back reparations for black Americans affected by slavery | TheHill  The Hill
  4. Democrats for Family Values  The New York Times
  5. Is Putin attacking Sanders, Harris and Warren to help Trump? | TheHill  The Hill
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North Korea warns of food crisis before Kim-Trump summit – Al Jazeera English

North Korea warns of food crisis before Kim-Trump summit  Al Jazeera English

Memo says Pyongyang forced almost halve rations, blaming high temperatures, drought, floods and UN sanctions.

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NOAA Researcher’s Ashes Were Dropped Into The Eye Of Hurricane Michael – NPR

  1. NOAA Researcher's Ashes Were Dropped Into The Eye Of Hurricane Michael  NPR
  2. Forecaster wanted his ashes released into a hurricane. His family found the perfect storm.  Miami Herald
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Gotham’s Latest Twist Hints At Iconic Setting

WARNING: The following article contains spoilers for this week's episode of Gotham, "Ace Chemicals," which aired Thursday on Fox.

With only a handful of episodes remaining, Gotham is getting close to finally introducing the Dark Knight. The city may be plunged into a No Man's Land scenario, but soon Bruce Wayne will take the final steps toward donning the cape and cowl.

The young hero already has the dark clothes and flowing coat, the fighting skills and even a grappling gun. But we're still a far cry from the Batmobile, Batarangs and Bat-shark repellent. However, in this week's episode, "Ace Chemicals," a shocking twist paves the way for the introduction of Batman's iconic base of operations: the Batcave.

RELATED: Gotham's Latest Twist Paves the Way For Another DC Character's Arrival

After only a few brief appearances throughout Season 5, "Ace Chemicals" finally brings Jeremiah Valeska to the forefront as he enacts his full plan to cement a twisted friendship with Bruce Wayne. Part of this plan involves a couple who was surgically altered to resemble Thomas and Marth Wayne, and a mind-controlled Alfred Pennyworth. Jeremiah reunites Bruce's family in an effort to recreate the night of his parents' death.

Jeremiah also stages a quiet dinner at Wayne Manor, where he has strategically placed bombs to ensure Bruce's cooperation. However, when it's time for the would-be Joker to begin the next phase of his plan, he needs a bit of time away from Bruce. And, so, he detonates the explosives, of course.

Bruce only has enough time to grab Alfred and escape Wayne Manor before his home is engulfed in flames, leaving nothing but a pile of smoldering rubble. It's one more loss for Bruce, who has already endured so much. But it's also an opportunity for a new beginning.

RELATED: Gotham Is Finally Getting Good - Just As It's Ending

With Wayne Manor destroyed, Bruce has little choice but to rebuild, giving him the perfect opportunity to construct a new home, with the Batcave beneath.

We may even get to see that icon location, in its completed form, by the time Gotham ends, as the series finale is set in the future, with a Batman in his prime.

Airing Thursdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Fox, Gotham stars Ben McKenzie as James Gordon, Donal Logue as Harvey Bullock, David Mazouz as Bruce Wayne, Robin Lord Taylor as Penguin, Camren Bicondova as Selina Kyle, Erin Richards as Barbara Kean and Sean Pertwee as Alfred Pennyworth.

Google announced an end to forced arbitration for all internal matters – Business Insider

  1. Google announced an end to forced arbitration for all internal matters  Business Insider
  2. Google ends forced arbitration for employees  TechCrunch
  3. Google will end forced arbitration for employees in all disputes  The Verge
  4. Google eliminating controversial forced arbitration practice  CNN
  5. Google to End Arbitration Agreements for Employees  Gizmodo
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Bowser is taking over Nintendo … for real – CNN

Bowser is taking over Nintendo ... for real  CNN

Nintendo has appointed Doug Bowser as the next head of its American operations — and the joke hasn't been lost on anyone.

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Hint about Mueller closure? Rod Rosenstein says DOJ exit coming ‘a lot later’ than expected – Washington Examiner

  1. Hint about Mueller closure? Rod Rosenstein says DOJ exit coming 'a lot later' than expected  Washington Examiner
  2. Robert Mueller Investigation: What Might Happen When It's Done  NPR
  3. Trump weighs in on potential release of the Mueller report  ABC News
  4. The Mueller Report Is Coming. Here’s What to Expect.  The New York Times
  5. Who's who of the Trump-Russia collusion collapse red carpet | TheHill  The Hill
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Gotham Easter Egg Pays Tribute to Tim Burton’s Batman

WARNING: The following article contains spoilers for this week's episode of Gotham, "13 Stitches," which aired Thursday on Fox.

Gotham may chronicle of the origins of Bruce Wayne and his greatest allies and enemies, but it doesn't adhere to any single version of Batman. Rather than adapt particular comic books, the Fox drama draws from an array of sources, from Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight Trilogy to Batman: The Animated Series to the Arkham video games. In any given episode, viewers may be able to find a clever nod to another depiction of the Caped Crusader, whether it's Jerome Valeska's band playing the Batman '66 theme song or Jeremiah covering his white skin with flesh-tone makeup in an homage to Jack Nicholson's Joker.

RELATED: Gotham: The Complete Series Blu-ray Box Art, Release Date Revealed

Now, in this week's episode, "Ace Chemicals," fans can find another Easter egg, for Tim Burton's Batman. The nod comes when Leslie Thompkins and Jim Gordon sneak into Ace Chemicals and observe a legion of mind-controlled workers manufacturing Jeremiah's chemical weapon. Viewers may notice a clever sign on the side of a vat containing green chemicals.

While the lighting is dark and the plate on the vat's side can only be seen briefly, it appears to read, "Ace Chemicals 1989." Of course, fans of Burton's movie will instantly recognize 1989 as the year that Michael Keaton and Jack Nicholson suited up as Batman and Joker.

In Burton's film, Nicholson's character, Jack Napier, fell into a vat of chemicals -- at Axis Chemicals, in that instance -- that bleached his skin and transformed him into the Joker.

RELATED: Gotham's Latest Twist Paves the Way For Another DC Character's Arrival

The Joker's origin was first told in 1951, in Detective Comics #168, in which Batman foils the heist of Ace Chemicals by the Red Hood Gang. During a confrontation with the Dark Knight, the gang's leader falls into a vat of chemicals, and emerges with chalk skin, green hair and red lips. Versions of that story were re-told in Batman: The Killing Joke, the 1988 story by Alan Moore and Brian Bolland, and again the following year in Burton's blockbuster Batman.

Airing Thursdays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Fox, Gotham stars Ben McKenzie as James Gordon, Donal Logue as Harvey Bullock, David Mazouz as Bruce Wayne, Robin Lord Taylor as Penguin, Camren Bicondova as Selina Kyle, Erin Richards as Barbara Kean and Sean Pertwee as Alfred Pennyworth.

Alan Dershowitz on Jussie Smollett’s defense strategy – Fox News

Alan Dershowitz on Jussie Smollett's defense strategy  Fox News

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Bryce Harper Rumors: Thursday – MLB Trade Rumors

Bryce Harper Rumors: Thursday  MLB Trade Rumors

Now that Manny Machado's 10-year, $300MM deal with the Padres has been announced, Bryce Harper and agent Scott Boras have a definitive bar to attempt to ...

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Astronomers discover solar system’s most distant object, nicknamed “FarFarOut” – Science Magazine

Astronomers discover solar system's most distant object, nicknamed “FarFarOut”  Science Magazine

For most people, snow days aren't very productive. Some people, though, use the time to discover the most distant object in the solar system. That's what Scott ...

Ohio girl dies one day after strep throat, flu diagnoses – Fox News

  1. Ohio girl dies one day after strep throat, flu diagnoses  Fox News
  2. Fourth-grader died one day after strep throat and flu diagnosis  New York Post
  3. Fourth grader dies one day after being diagnosed with strep throat, flu  WPLG Local 10
  4. Ohio girl passes away one day after she was diagnosed with strep throat, flu  WJW FOX 8 News Cleveland
  5. Warren County 4th-grader dies after flu-related diagnosis  WHIO
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Ohio girl dies one day after strep throat, flu diagnoses – Fox News

Ohio girl dies one day after strep throat, flu diagnoses  Fox News

An Ohio girl died this week, just one day after being diagnosed with strep throat and the flu, the girl's mother said.

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Rare snow falls in Southern California, residents freak out – CBS News

  1. Rare snow falls in Southern California, residents freak out  CBS News
  2. It Snowed In Los Angeles For The First Time In Years And People Freaked Out  BuzzFeed News
  3. There’s snow in LA, Inland Empire and people don’t know how to react  San Bernardino County Sun
  4. Snow comes to L.A., with powder in Malibu, Pasadena, West Hollywood  Los Angeles Times
  5. Snow dusts parts of SoCal, prompting a tongue-in-cheek offer from Boston’s mayor  The Boston Globe
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U.S. Will Leave 200 ‘Peacekeeping’ Troops In Syria – NPR

  1. U.S. Will Leave 200 'Peacekeeping' Troops In Syria  NPR
  2. About 200 US troops to stay in Syria following Trump's order for 'full' removal  CNN
  3. White House Says 200 Troops Will Stay in Syria, Retreating From a Full Withdrawal  The New York Times
  4. U.S. to leave about 200 troops in Syria, White House says  NBC News
  5. Trump to leave 200 US troops in Syria as 'peacekeeping' force | TheHill  The Hill
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White House Says 200 Troops Will Stay in Syria, Retreating From a Full Withdrawal – The New York Times

White House Says 200 Troops Will Stay in Syria, Retreating From a Full Withdrawal  The New York Times

WASHINGTON — The White House said on Thursday that it plans to leave about 200 American troops in Syria, signaling a partial retreat from President Trump's ...

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SU women’s basketball coach Quentin Hillsman on Boeheim accident: ‘It’s a sad day’ – syracuse.com

SU women's basketball coach Quentin Hillsman on Boeheim accident: 'It's a sad day'  syracuse.com

Syracuse, NY. -- Syracuse women's basketball coach Quentin Hillsman opened his news conference after a win over Pitt on Thursday night with words of ...

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Japan’s Hayabusa2 lands on asteroid Ryugu to collect samples – Engadget

Japan's Hayabusa2 lands on asteroid Ryugu to collect samples  Engadget

Japan's Hayabusa2 spacecraft has successfully touched down on the surface of asteroid Ryugu to accomplish one of its ultimate goals: collect samples for ...

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Williamson’s scare has fans wondering if he’ll ever suit up for Duke again – Fox News

  1. Williamson's scare has fans wondering if he'll ever suit up for Duke again  Fox News
  2. Dan Patrick Show: Nike stock drops after Zion shoe incident  NBC Sports
  3. Nike’s Blowout Underscores How Perception of Safety and Quality Can Affect Reputation  Wall Street Journal
  4. Zion should snub Nike and start 'a shoe war' if he plays for Duke again - Tracy McGrady | The Jump  ESPN
  5. Zion's freak injury ripples in basketball, business worlds  SFGate
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A Star’s Shoe Breaks, Putting College Basketball Under a Microscope – The New York Times

A Star’s Shoe Breaks, Putting College Basketball Under a Microscope  The New York Times

When Duke's Zion Williamson injured a knee after one of his Nike sneakers split open, it raised questions about amateurism and shoe companies' influence in ...

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SpaceX launches private Israeli moon mission, Indonesian satellite and Air Force test spacecraft – CNBC

SpaceX launches private Israeli moon mission, Indonesian satellite and Air Force test spacecraft  CNBC

The second SpaceX launch of 2019 sent a hodgepodge trio of spacecraft into orbit, including an Israeli spacecraft that represents the first privately-funded lunar ...

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Catholic Church’s problems with abuse are playing out in India amid summit – CNN

Catholic Church's problems with abuse are playing out in India amid summit  CNN

New Delhi, India (CNN) As more than 200 leaders from the Roman Catholic Church meet in Rome for an unprecedented summit to address clergy sexual abuse, ...

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Jordyn Woods ‘Devastated’ by Cheating Scandal: Here’s How the Kardashians Are Responding After Her Apology – Entertainment Tonight

Jordyn Woods 'Devastated' by Cheating Scandal: Here's How the Kardashians Are Responding After Her Apology  Entertainment Tonight

The drama and fallout over the Khloe Kardashian-Tristan Thompson split continues to unfold.

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Marvel’s Jessica Jones boss hints at David Tennant return – DigitalSpy.com

  1. Marvel's Jessica Jones boss hints at David Tennant return  DigitalSpy.com
  2. Eminem is also mad about Netflix cancelling Marvel's 'The Punisher'  Mashable
  3. Eminem buries hatchet with old rival, The Punisher, by slamming Netflix for canceling his show  The A.V. Club
  4. Eminem Throws Slim Shady On Netflix Over ‘Punisher’ Cancellation  Deadline
  5. Eminem slams Netflix for canceling ‘The Punisher,' reignites Machine Gun Kelly feud  Fox News
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LeBron James’ ‘Space Jam 2’ Release Date Revealed – Comicbook.com

  1. LeBron James' 'Space Jam 2' Release Date Revealed  Comicbook.com
  2. Warner Bros Dates ‘Space Jam 2’, Shifts ‘Annabelle’ Sequel & ‘Godzilla Vs. Kong’  Deadline
  3. 'Space Jam 2' Starring LeBron James to Premiere on July 16, 2021  Bleacher Report
  4. Space Jam 2 Release Date Set for 2021!  ComingSoon.net
  5. LeBron James' 'Space Jam 2' Books Summer 2021 Release Date  Hollywood Reporter
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Park ranger furloughed by the government shutdown cashes out $30 million in the New Jersey lottery – CNN

  1. Park ranger furloughed by the government shutdown cashes out $30 million in the New Jersey lottery  CNN
  2. Judith Smith lottery: Park ranger furloughed during shutdown wins $29.5M lottery  CBS News
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SpaceX Launching Israeli Moon Lander and Satellites Tonight! Watch It Live – Space.com

SpaceX Launching Israeli Moon Lander and Satellites Tonight! Watch It Live  Space.com

An Israeli spacecraft will launch on a historic moon mission tonight (Feb. 21), and you can watch the liftoff live.

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Highlights | Round 1 | WGC-Mexico 2019 – PGA TOUR

Highlights | Round 1 | WGC-Mexico 2019  PGA TOUR

In the opening round of the 2019 World Golf Championships-Mexico Championship, Rory McIlroy carded an 8-under 63 to take the solo lead over Dustin ...

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Kraft Heinz posts huge loss, slashes dividend and reveals SEC investigation – CNN

Kraft Heinz posts huge loss, slashes dividend and reveals SEC investigation  CNN

Kraft Heinz had one of the worst days imaginable Thursday.

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Judge tightens gag order on ex-Trump adviser Stone, warning he could be jailed – Reuters

Judge tightens gag order on ex-Trump adviser Stone, warning he could be jailed  Reuters

A visibly angry judge on Thursday ordered President Donald Trump's former political adviser Roger Stone to stop speaking publicly about U.S. Special Counsel ...

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Military Families Report High Stress and Unemployment – NPR

Military Families Report High Stress and Unemployment  NPR

It is not easy to be married to a person in the military. Their spouses in 2017 experienced high levels of stress, anxiety, depression and unemployment, ...

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Military Families Report High Stress and Unemployment – NPR

  1. Military Families Report High Stress and Unemployment  NPR
  2. Military spouses experience high stress and unemployment, report says  USA TODAY
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Mexican drug lord Joaquin ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán’s sons indicted on drug charges – CNN

Mexican drug lord Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzmán's sons indicted on drug charges  CNN

The United States has charged two sons of drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzmán Loera with conspiracy to distribute drugs to be imported into the country, the ...

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New Election Ordered in North Carolina Race at Center of Fraud Inquiry – The New York Times

New Election Ordered in North Carolina Race at Center of Fraud Inquiry  The New York Times

RALEIGH, N.C. — North Carolina officials on Thursday ordered a new contest in the Ninth Congressional District after the Republican candidate, confronted by ...

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Hogan blasts RNC for ‘unprecedented’ steps to shield Trump from a primary – The Washington Post

Hogan blasts RNC for ‘unprecedented’ steps to shield Trump from a primary  The Washington Post

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R), who is flirting with a 2020 White House run, on Thursday accused the Republican National Committee of taking ...

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Kraft Heinz loses a lot of cheese as earnings send stock plunging toward record low – MarketWatch

Kraft Heinz loses a lot of cheese as earnings send stock plunging toward record low  MarketWatch

Kraft Heinz Inc. shares headed toward record lows in after-hours trading Thursday, after the giant food conglomerate delivered bad news with no condiments to ...

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Larry Hogan lapping up 2020 attention but won’t commit to ‘kamikaze mission’ just to wound Trump – Washington Examiner

  1. Larry Hogan lapping up 2020 attention but won't commit to 'kamikaze mission' just to wound Trump  Washington Examiner
  2. Hogan blasts RNC for ‘unprecedented’ steps to shield Trump from a primary  The Washington Post
  3. Hogan rips RNC for shielding Trump from primary challenge  POLITICO
  4. Maryland gov says he's not interested in 'kamikaze mission' to defeat Trump | TheHill  The Hill
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Stanford University announces Tim Cook as its 2019 commencement speaker – 9to5Mac

  1. Stanford University announces Tim Cook as its 2019 commencement speaker  9to5Mac
  2. Apple CEO Tim Cook to speak at Stanford Commencement  Stanford University News
  3. Apple CEO Tim Cook to Deliver 2019 Commencement Speech at Stanford  MacRumors
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Report: NBA Formally Proposes Lowering Draft Age Limit To 18 – Deadspin

  1. Report: NBA Formally Proposes Lowering Draft Age Limit To 18  Deadspin
  2. NBA proposes changing draft age from 19 to 18 to players union  ESPN
  3. NBA officially proposes lowering draft age from 19 to 18  USA TODAY
  4. UK Basketball: NBA to change draft age rules: DeMarcus Cousins rips NCAA  A Sea Of Blue
  5. NBA reportedly makes official proposal to lower draft age from 19 to 18  The Washington Post
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Coast Guard officer’s lawyer argues it is not a crime to think negative thoughts about people – CNN

Coast Guard officer's lawyer argues it is not a crime to think negative thoughts about people  CNN

Greenbelt, Maryland (CNN) The assistant federal public defender representing a Maryland man who has been called a "domestic terrorist" by the government ...

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Report: NBA Formally Proposes Lowering Draft Age Limit To 18 – Deadspin

  1. Report: NBA Formally Proposes Lowering Draft Age Limit To 18  Deadspin
  2. NBA proposes changing draft age from 19 to 18 to players union  ESPN
  3. NBA officially proposes lowering draft age from 19 to 18  USA TODAY
  4. NBA draft proposal could lower eligibility to age 18  SB Nation
  5. UK Basketball: NBA to change draft age rules: DeMarcus Cousins rips NCAA  A Sea Of Blue
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China rebound drives Asian shares higher – Reuters

China rebound drives Asian shares higher  Reuters

Shares in Asia recouped early losses on Friday, buoyed by strong gains in China as signs of progress in trade talks with the United States offset worries about a ...

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Wigged Out Wednesday provides custom wigs to women battling cancer  KCRA Sacramento

With the help of their community, a group of women battling cancer is getting an added boost of confidence.

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Should Zion Williamson shut it down for the rest of the season? | ESPN Voices  ESPN

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ArenaNet Confirms Upcoming Layoffs, Guild Wars Game Services 'Will Not Be Affected'  IGN

ArenaNet, the studio behind the Guild Wars franchise, will layoff employees following the cancellation of unannounced projects, though game services for Guild ...

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