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Opinion: Children Cannot Consent

3 hours ago   |   Politicus USA

Children cannot give consent to so many things under the law. Whether it's when someone rapes children, when children get medical treatment, or when children escape violence...
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Report: Drew Brees to have surgery on Wednesday

4 hours ago   |   NBC Sports

After reports that Drew Brees was headed for surgery on Monday, Saints head coach Sean Payton said that the quarterback was going for a second opinion before moving forward...
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Dating experts reveal 9 small things you can change on your dating app profile to get more dates

Dating experts reveal 9 small things you can change on your dating app profile to get more dates

6 hours ago   |   Business Insider

Successful online dating can feel impossible when the competition seems infinite. Business Insider spoke to a few relationship experts on how to best stand out on dating apps...
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The History of Citizenship Day Is a Reminder That Being an American Has Always Been Complicated

The History of Citizenship Day Is a Reminder That Being an American Has Always Been Complicated

6 hours ago   |   Time

During his first Citizenship Day speech on Sept. 17, 1952, President Truman warmly greeted the immigrants attending the annual meeting of the National Conference on Citizenship...
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Bill Gates skeptical of regulators breaking up tech giants

Bill Gates skeptical of regulators breaking up tech giants

6 hours ago   |   iMore

What you need to know Bill Gates expressed skepticism toward the idea of breaking up tech giants in a new interview. Speaking to Bloomberg, Gates came out more in favor of...
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Developing Countries are Already Tackling Climate Change. What's Your Rich Nation's Excuse? | Opinion

7 hours ago   |   Newsweek

African countries only account for 2 percent of coal demand, yet are willing and compelled to take a different path. If the smaller, poorer and vulnerable countries can do it...
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Phoenix artists can refuse LGBTQ customers, Arizona Supreme Court rules

8 hours ago   |   NY Daily News

A graphic design company in Phoenix, Ariz., can't be forced to create wedding invitations for same-sex couples, the state's highest court ruled Monday. Citing freedom of speech...
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Activision reveals details on first-ever crossplay for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

Activision reveals details on first-ever crossplay for Call of Duty: Modern Warfare

8 hours ago   |   Venture Beat

Activision unveiled the details on its first-ever crossplay for a Call of Duty game. Call of Duty: Modern Warfare will let players fight across platforms.
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Philips Hue sync box brings a light show to all your HDMI devices

8 hours ago   |   Venture Beat   |   2 articles

Signify is unveiling a new Philips Hue smart lighting product that brings a light show to your TV or any other HDMI-connected device.
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Ex-King developers raise $1.5 million and launch Starform studio to make online games

Ex-King developers raise $1.5 million and launch Starform studio to make online games

10 hours ago   |   Venture Beat

Starform, a new Seattle-based game studio formed by King and Z2Live veterans, has raised $1.25 million and announced plans to make online games.
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Authorities formed a human chain to help free dolphins stranded in a canal

Authorities formed a human chain to help free dolphins stranded in a canal

A 14-link human chain helped free four dolphins that were stranded in a Florida canal. Read more ...

Authorities: MLB pitcher, St. Cloud resident charged with solicitation of child

Authorities: MLB pitcher, St. Cloud resident charged with solicitation of child

Pirates pitcher Felipe Vazquez was taken into custody in Pittsburgh on a felony warrant out of Florida, authorities say. Read more ...

‘Not a House party': Ex-Trump aide Lewandowski hearing turns into...

‘Not a House party': Ex-Trump aide Lewandowski hearing turns into impeachment circus

Seeking to impeach President Donald Trump, the House Judiciary Committee summoned his former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski for a hearing that devolved into a trolling and... Read more ...

American Becomes 1st Person To Swim English Channel Four Times Without Stopping

American Becomes 1st Person To Swim English Channel Four Times Without Stopping

Sarah Thomas of Colorado plunged into the record books with her 54-hour feat. She finished Tuesday and said she was stung in the face by a jellyfish in the process. Read more ...

General Mills recalls Gold Medal flour for possible E. coli contamination

General Mills recalls Gold Medal flour for possible E. coli contamination

This strain of E. coli usually sickens people within three to four days of exposure. Read more ...

Cokie Roberts, Pioneering Female Journalist Who Helped Shape NPR, Dies at 75

Cokie Roberts, Pioneering Female Journalist Who Helped Shape NPR, Dies at 75

Roberts, who joined the fledgling network in 1978, was a seasoned Washington insider who developed a distinctive voice as a reporter and commentator for both NPR and ABC News. Read more ...

Daniel Jones named Giants starting quarterback as Eli Manning benched

Daniel Jones named Giants starting quarterback as Eli Manning benched

The Daniel Jones era will begin on Sunday. The Giants tweeted out on Tuesday morning that Eli Manning would not start in Week 3 against the Buccaneers with the Duke rookie... Read more ...

This swim just broke a world record

This swim just broke a world record

Sarah Thomas, a breast cancer survivor, has broken a world-record by swimming the English Channel four times non-stop, in just over 54 hours. Read more ...

'Jeopardy!' host Alex Trebek reveals setback in cancer battle

'Jeopardy!' host Alex Trebek reveals setback in cancer battle

"Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek said Tuesday that he is undergoing another round of chemotherapy. Read more ...

Cornell will start giving full scholarships to medical students who qualify...

Cornell will start giving full scholarships to medical students who qualify for financial aid

More than half of the program's medical students received need-based scholarships to cover the cost of attendance, which is about $90,000 per year. Read more ...