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Middle-earth: Shadow of War hands-on — fighting an orc swarm in a huge citadel

The more I play Middle-earth: Shadow of War at preview events, the more I realize how fun it could be, as well as how challenging it could be to play. There’s nothing wrong with a challenge. But the latest gameplay event I attended show me how I’d probably have to fight some battles over and over again. […]

Republicans explain their Graham-Cassidy support: 'It has a tremendous impact on the 2018 elections'

Senate Republicans are rushing to pass the Graham-Cassidy Obamacare repeal bill, and the plan is to do it without a Congressional Budget Office analysis or real hearings or debate. What do they like about this bill, other than the fact...Show More Summary

That which must not be said

(Scott Johnson) John Mortimer’s Rumpole of the Bailey gave us She Who Must Be Obeyed (i.e., Rumpole’s wife as he privately referred to her). J.K. Rowley gave us He Who Must Not Be Named (i.e., the villain Voldemort). Now higher education gives us daily lessons on That Which Must Not Be Said or, ideally, Thought. Show More Summary

Pokemon Go celebrates the Equinox with double Stardust, special eggs and OOOOOH Super Incubators

If all it takes is just a little celebration event to push you screaming back into the world of constantly charging your battery and taking detours to catch a Totodile, then have I got some good news for you

Ottoman Peasants and their Local Elite

I’m always excited to read something my Michael Given who has published a series of intriguing articles unraveling the complexities of the Cypriot landscape during the Ottoman period. I was particularly intrigued by his recent pieceShow More Summary

Jesus Take The Wheel: Heroin Overdosing Dad Pushes Kid In Stroller Down Hill

Man Overdoses On Son’s Stroller, Sending Him Down Hill A Pennsylvania man who was granted visitation with his 5-year-old kid found himself in the slammer after ODing off heroin and pushing the boy down a 7 foot hill! The Dayton

T-Mobile and Sprint inch closer to a merger (TMUS, S)

This story was delivered to BI Intelligence Apps and Platforms Briefing subscribers. To learn more and subscribe, please click here. T-Mobile and Sprint are reportedly in active merger talks, according to CNBC citing people familiarShow More Summary

Man captures dramatic rescue at Mexico school on video

Bystander records harrowing moments after massive quake as he and others find children stuck in rubble under flattened wing of school

Former Bears Cornerback Charles Tillman Is Training to Join FBI

Longtime Chicago Bears cornerback Charles Tillman got a pretty sweet gig after retiring in 2015, signing on with Fox to be a part of the “Fox NFL Kickoff” crew. However, serving as a studio analyst apparently did not leave Tillman feeling fulfilled. So now he’s embarking on a brand new career. According to a report […]

Don't let "graffiti fundraising" hide your message

Why are most graffiti illegible? Actually, they aren't -- to their primary audience. That audience is not you. You have nothing to do with the message. Graffiti are about the people who write them. It's a proclamation: I was here. You and I don't care that this particular young vandal was there. Show More Summary

Linda Hamilton Is Returning to the Terminator Franchise Because There Is No Fate But What We Make

Rejoice, Terminator purists: Linda Hamilton is set to return to the franchise, as first revealed by the Hollywood Reporter on Tuesday. Hamilton will reprise her role as Sarah Connor, the waitress-turned-warrior, in a new installment of the robot versus human franchise. Show More Summary

Coming Soon: Amazon's First Wearable

Amazon has set to work on its first wearable device. With help from Google Glass founder Babak Parviz, whom Amazon hired in 2014, the company is developing smart glasses equipped with the Alexa voice assistant, reports the Financial Times. The glasses will reportedly look pretty normal, without a visible screen...

American Has Started Offering Free and Paid Upgrades to Premium Economy at Check-in

American offers premium economy on Boeing 787-9s and is rapidly retrofitting its Boeing 777-200 fleet to add premium economy seating. Today American has rolled out a formal day of departure upgrade program for going from coach to premium economy seats. Show More Summary

We traded one of our most disciplined presidents for the most undisciplined president

2 days agoNews : The Raw Story

Conservatives like to talk about virtues. In 1993 William Bennet’s The Book of Virtues appeared five years after the end of his stint as Ronald Reagan’s secretary of education. In 1994 historian Gertrude Himmelfarb, of the conservative Kristol family, praised the virtues of the Victorians in her...

Being a Force for Positive Change

For most of my life, I’ve wanted to be a force for positive change. Instilled in me by my grandfather, he would often remind us how important it was to speak our minds and to question. He taught me to be respectful, to be thoughtful, to give back, and never ever to take privilege for […]

Here's Your First Look at the Too Faced Peel-Off Glitter Liner 2 Years in the Making

Too Faced fans probably still pour one out for the brand's discontinued Starry Eyed Liquid Liner, a product that is fondly remembered for its glamorous glitter finish. But weep no more, because Too Faced is back with another liquid liner...Show More Summary

Exotic Red Carbon Star Cloaked in a Cosmic Bubble --Captured by European Southern Observatory

Astronomers have used ALMA to capture a strikingly beautiful view of a delicate bubble of expelled material around the exotic red star U Antliae. These observations will help astronomers to better understand how stars evolve during the later stages of...        

Xscape Stops By V-103 To Talk Tour, Wendy Williams Talking TI, And More [Video]

Xscape stopped by the V-103 studios and talked to The Ryan Cameron Morning Show with Wanda Smith. V-103

Get moving with the Chicago Half Marathon

The Chicago Marathon tends to steal all of the fall athletic spotlight, but first, runners can hit the pavement for the Chicago Half-Marathon first. You might be saying to yourself, “But RedEye, don’t people sign up for these races months in advance?” Well, dear reader, typically they do. But...

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