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Science 2019-11-12T01:57:00Z
Sundar Pichai

Google is working with a massive health system to gather data on millions of patients — here's an inside look at the tools they're developing

"Project Nightingale" is a plan to move Ascension data onto Google's Cloud services, then to build an EHR search tool, internal documents say.
Entertainment 2019-11-12T01:06:58Z
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Disney heiress says people who are offended by the phrase 'OK Boomer' should 'sit the f--- down and let the kids drive'

"Get over the idea that all things pass, you are old and you need to let history do what history does: move on," she told fellow Boomers on Twitter.
News 2019-11-12T05:12:47Z
Sean Spicer Dancing with the Stars

Former press secretary Sean Spicer was eliminated on 'Dancing with the Stars' after weeks of low scores and Trump support

President Trump congratulated Spicer for his lengthy dancing run, writing on Twitter tonight: "A great try by @seanspicer. We are all proud of you!"
Politics 2019-11-11T09:04:03Z
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Politics 2019-11-12T02:33:41Z
Jimmy Carter

Former US President Jimmy Carter enters hospital for brain surgery to relieve pressure caused by recent falls

Last month, the 95-year-old former president was left with a black eye and required 14 stitches after falling at his Georgia home.
Strategy 2019-11-11T21:59:24Z
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WeWork is reportedly in talks with T-Mobile head John Legere to be its CEO. Here's how he's led a massive turnaround of his wireless company.

With T-Mobile, John Legere took a worst-in-class company and made it bigger than ever. WeWork is reportedly considering him for themselves.
Entertainment 2019-11-11T22:21:56Z

Disney Plus already has nearly 2 million subscribers in the US before launch, according to data firm Jumpshot

Disney Plus has 1.9 million preorder subscribers ahead of its launch on Tuesday, according to a new study from analytics company Jumpshot.
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Tech 2019-11-11T16:19:33Z

Big streaming companies like Netflix and HBO are looking to crack down on freeloaders who use other people's passwords and accounts

The industry loses billions from shared passwords and accounts. But even if it stops them, the freeloaders may not pay for the services, anyway.
Sports 2019-11-11T13:13:21Z

Cristiano Ronaldo was substituted again, appeared to sulk while he stormed off the pitch, and left the stadium before the match had even finished

"If it's true it is a problem to be resolved with his teammates," Juventus manager Maurizio Sarri said after hearing of Ronaldo's early exit.
Politics 2019-11-11T22:51:22Z

Michael Bloomberg is running for US president in 2020. Here's everything we know about the candidate and how he stacks up against the competition.

Billionaire Michael Bloomberg has a long political record as mayor of New York City for 12 years and an active philanthropist.
Tech 2019-11-11T18:17:38Z

The biggest game company in the world is helping Nintendo break into the Chinese market, but it may be making a bold play for Nintendo's beloved characters in exchange

The world's biggest game company isn't Nintendo, and it isn't Microsoft or Sony either — it's a Chinese company named Tencent.
Markets Contributors 2019-11-11T13:59:33Z

Malaysia's ex-prime minister will stand trial on charges of laundering 1MDB state funds, court rules

Najib Razak must defend himself against charges involving $10 million in 1MDB state investment funds, a Malaysian High Court ordered.
Politics 2019-11-11T12:17:50Z

Nigel Farage boosts Boris Johnson's election prospects by standing down Brexit Party candidates in Conservative seats

The Brexit Party will stand down in seats held by the Conservative Party, its leader, Nigel Farage, said on Monday.
Politics 2019-11-11T10:13:00Z

How to vote tactically in the 2019 UK general election

In some seats a vote for Labour is the best bet to stop a Conservative victory and prevent Brexit, whereas elsewhere the Liberal Democrats are best-placed.
Military & Defense 2019-11-11T04:53:07Z

Video shows Hong Kong police shoot protesters at point-blank range during early-morning rush-hour clashes

This is the third time the police have fired live rounds at crowds since protests began in June. Protests have now entered their 24th straight week.
Tech 2019-11-11T01:43:42Z

Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi said Jamal Khashoggi's murder was 'a mistake' by the Saudi government

The Uber executive made the comments during an interview with "Axios on HBO" but later clarified that Khashoggi's murder "should not be forgotten or excused."
International 2019-11-10T21:57:00Z

Bolivian President Evo Morales resigns after weeks of protests over disputed election

Bolivian President Evo Morales said he would submit his resignation as the South American country's leader after the military suggested he step down.
Politics 2019-11-10T09:48:00Z

Boris Johnson called gay men 'tank-topped bumboys' and black people 'piccaninnies' with 'watermelon smiles'

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson has a long record of making offensive comments about women, ethnic minorities and gay people.
Politics 2019-11-10T08:49:41Z

Boris Johnson's Conservative party has received cash from 9 Russian donors named in a suppressed intelligence report

The report's publication was blocked by Prime Minister Boris Johnson amid reported fears that it could prevent him from winning the general election.
News 2019-11-09T13:57:18Z

Women in Japan have been told not to wear glasses at work to avoid looking 'cold' and 'unfeminine'

Some women interviewed were asked by employers to redo their hair, wear thicker lash extensions, or to look more feminine.
Insider Picks 2019-11-11T23:15:00Z

All the new shows you can watch on Disney+ — from ‘The Mandalorian’ to new Pixar shorts

Disney+ is creating lots of new shows based on Star Wars, Marvel, High School Musical, and Lizzie McGuire. Here are all the new shows to watch.
News 2019-11-11T15:58:19Z

'Stranger Things' star Noah Schnapp lived his dream of meeting Zendaya at the People's Choice Awards and fans were so happy for him

The actor had previously gushed over the "Euphoria" star, calling her "so pretty" last year and asking her to meet up.
Entertainment 2019-11-11T22:50:39Z

The best and worst Disney movies of every decade, according to critics

Disney movies are often thought of as universally loved, but even one of the biggest entertainment companies strikes out a few times a decade.
Politics 2019-11-09T08:45:00Z

The 'Remain alliance' could accidentally help Boris Johnson win a majority and force through Brexit

Anti-Brexit opposition parties have formed an electoral alliance to stop Brexit. But pro-EU campaigners fear it will have the opposite effect.
Politics 2019-11-08T14:22:00Z

21 stunning photos from the night the Berlin Wall came tumbling down 30 years ago

The Berlin Wall came tumbling down on November 9, 1989, reuniting East and West Germany, and foreshadowing the fall of the Soviet Union.
Transportation Contributors 2019-11-07T17:41:00Z

Airbus is developing a camouflage drone that will be undetectable on radar

The LOUT will also emit very little to no electromagnetic radiation and will be able to fly very quietly.
Politics 2019-11-07T10:14:36Z

Anti-Brexit parties have formed a 'Remain alliance' to stop Boris Johnson from winning the general election

Three anti-Brexit parties have agreed a 'Remain alliance' pact to step aside for each other in 60 seats across England and Wales.
Personal Finance 2019-11-06T17:35:00Z

The 10 best countries to retire in 2019, according to expats

From idyllic beaches and warm weather to affordable healthcare, luxury homes, and friendly locals, there are many reasons to retire abroad.
Politics 2019-11-06T15:52:45Z

Liberal Democrats accused of 'intentionally misinforming' voters with campaign leaflets

The Liberal Democrats have published a series of misleading leaflets about their level of support in the country.
Military & Defense 2019-11-06T15:10:00Z

Putin says the Russian Navy's newest ship will soon carry a new hypersonic missile that may be unstoppable

Little is known about the Zircon missile, which Russia says can travel at speeds up to Mach 9 and has a range of 1,000 km.
Politics 2019-11-06T12:22:15Z

Cabinet minister Alun Cairns quits on the day of Boris Johnson's election campaign launch

Wales Secretary Alun Cairns quit on Wednesday amid claims that he was aware of his former aide's role in a rape trial which was 'sabotaged.'
Politics 2019-11-06T10:51:58Z

The Conservative Party chairman was empty-chaired on live TV as criticism mounts over calamitous start to campaign

Conservative Party chairman James Cleverly has refused to appear on television to defend party's disastrous start to the general election campaign.
Politics 2019-11-06T10:03:00Z

Boris Johnson's Conservative Party has received a surge in cash from Russian donors

Russian business executives and their associates donated nearly half a million pounds to the Conservatives over the past year.
Insider 2019-11-11T15:58:29Z

10 YouTubers who showed off their style at the 2019 People's Choice Awards

YouTubers like David Dobrik, Colleen Ballinger, Bretman Rock, and Tana Mongeau attended the 2019 People's Choice Awards in fashionable ensembles.
Life 2019-11-11T15:42:00Z

Eerie photos of an abandoned airport that hasn't been touched in 25 years

The airport in Abkhazia — a disputed region of Georgia — was built in the 1960s, but was abandoned after a violent war in the early 1900s.
Insider 2019-11-11T14:54:02Z

A 10-year-old boy who used to get in trouble for doodling in school got a job drawing on the wall of a restaurant

Joe Whale needs only a blank canvas and a trusty black marker to bring his imagination to life.
Politics 2019-11-06T08:24:00Z

The Conservatives edited interview footage to falsely suggest Labour's Keir Starmer was left speechless by a Brexit question

Tories accused of "fake news" after editing an interview with Labour's Shadow Brexit Secretary to suggest he was left speechless by a Brexit question.
Sports Contributors 2019-11-05T11:57:08Z

The many times LA Galaxy captain Zlatan Ibrahimovic proved how much he loves himself

The Swedish LA Galaxy striker is not only known for his talent on the pitch, but also for his not-so-modest lifestyle.
Politics 2019-11-05T11:25:00Z

Boris Johnson's Brexit trade deal with Trump would force the UK to accept food contaminated with maggots and rat hair, warns Jeremy Corbyn

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn will warn Boris Johnson that his coveted trade deal with the United States would lower food standards in the UK.
Politics 2019-11-04T20:20:34Z

Lindsay Hoyle elected by MPs to replace John Bercow as House of Commons Speaker

The former Deputy Speaker was the clear favourite among Members of Parliament to replace John Bercow, who stood down after nine years in the job.
Politics 2019-11-04T08:32:32Z

Boris Johnson refuses to sack candidate who said people on Benefits Street need 'putting down'

The Work and Pensions Secretary Therese Coffey said it was now a "matter for the people of Gower" to decide whether Francesca O'Brien was elected.
News 2019-11-04T06:59:41Z

Microsoft Japan trialed a 4-day workweek over the summer and says it saw a 40% increase in productivity from its staff

The company's Tokyo headquarters gave workers every Friday in August off as a form of "special paid leave."
International 2019-11-03T15:51:49Z

Saudi Arabia officially kicked off Saudi Aramco's IPO, which could be the largest in the world

Saudi Aramco's public listing is a major part of the kingdom's economic plans going forward. The Tadawul All Share Index fell 2.4% on the news.
News 2019-11-03T14:04:00Z

India's smog has gotten so bad that it's diverting flights and sending people to the hospital

Air pollution in New Delhi and surrounding towns reached the worst levels so far this year on Sunday.
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