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January 17, 2018

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While timing is certainly a factor in the band's monstrous sales—second album No Need to Argue was certified platinum seven times within two years of its October 1994 release, a byproduct of big-box CD sales being at their peak—this finely honed cross-platform capitalism also explains why it seems …

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Simpson testified that Browder “was willing to, you know, hand stuff off to the DOJ anonymously in the beginning and cause them to launch a court case against somebody, but he wasn't interesting in speaking under oath about, you know, why he did that, his own activities in Russia.” “We found this,” …

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Spring cleaning may be several months away, but laundry detergent is making big headlines this week as a dangerous stunt called the “Tide Pod Challenge” is going viral on YouTube and other social media platforms. The challenge is for participants –- primarily teens and young adults, in the videos …

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Higher-trim trucks like all-new 2019 Silverado High Country will boost GM profits and help to fund investments in new mobility, the company said. General Motors expects its next-generation Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra pickups to be significantly more profitable than today's model, providing an …

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There are a lot more undocumented immigrants in the United States than our government can possibly deport (without increasing the size and scope of immigration enforcement beyond even the Trump administration's wildest dreams). At present, U.S. immigration courts are so severely backlogged, …

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The following essay is reprinted with permission from The Conversation, an online publication covering the latest research. The Conversation. Creativity is often defined as the ability to come up with new and useful ideas. Like intelligence, it can be considered a trait that everyone—not just creative …

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… a closer look it starts to make sense. Here's why Bitcoin's price keeps changing so drastically, and why it may get more stable in the future. … gained mainstream popularity in 2017. The technology is still extremely new and misunderstood, and that's a big part of why it's value is so hard to pin down.

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Capitol Hill Republicans are nervous about November. The margins of their majority are dwindling in both chambers. It's looking like a good year to run as a Democrat, and President Trump isn't helping with his weak polls and potent controversies. But at least one of the woes afflicting the current majority …

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The fourth claimed to destroy lupine lands in his free time but was hesitant stating this publicly. Almost everyone predicted two different futures: one with lupines versus one without lupines. The fifth person, however, gave a long rant that I trimmed down to a single question, “Why didn't anyone stop this?”.

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Washington (CNN) The day after President Donald Trump's Inauguration, a sea of people clad in pink hats walked toward the Capitol in Washington DC, setting the stage for a nationwide Women's March movement. One year later, Women's March organizers are heading West — to Las Vegas, to be …

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Why You're a Dog Person or Cat Person

Being a dog person or cat person is more tied to your personality than you think. Find out what makes you prefer cute kittens or adorable dogs.

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How? Why? In 2018, the Warriors have been borderline zen

On a day and night when 21 technical fouls were called and five players ejected over 11 National Basketball Association games, the Golden State Warriors and Cleveland Cavaliers received none of either in a game that should have created enough tension to warm the Yukon. This clearly makes no …

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Why Is Transit Ridership Declining?

Why has ridership been declining? I'd like to focus on two possible explanations. One explanation focuses on the rise of alternatives to both private automobiles and public transit, such as Uber and bicycling. If this explanation were a major factor, we would expect to see ridership declines in the cities …

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