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Trump Faces Bitter Defeat Tomorrow

An all-time record on Wall Street comes to a sad end. Is Trump’s own party about to stick a pin in the Trump reflation trade? Brian Maher has more... The post Trump Faces Bitter Defeat Tomorrow was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!

Intrepid hackers are bringing ‘Zelda: Breath of the Wild’ to PCs

The Nintendo Switch has been recording "phenomenal" sales ever since it was launched, and Zelda is a good part of the reason why. Breath of the Wild is the only game anyone has cared about on the Switch so far. But Breath of the Wild also...Show More Summary

Fiery Beast of Turin makes 150-mile road trip after 100 years

What is “The Beast of Turin”? We’re glad you asked. That title was colloquially bestowed upon the 1911 Fiat S76, which was brought into this world to do one thing: break a land-speed record. The 1909 Blitzen Benz held the record at the time, but Fiat was keen on trouncing the record. And they did it. The 1911 S76 was able to...

Texas Drops American Record from 2009 in 800 Free Relay

By Robert Gibbs on SwimSwam The Texas Longhorns set a new American Record en route to a 2nd place finishing in the 800 free relay to open the 2017 NCAA Division I Men's Swimming & Diving Championships. Read the full story on SwimSwam: Texas Drops American Record from 2009 in 800 Free Relay

Fighting Words: Three Words We Love to Argue About

Kory Stamper of Merriam-Webster talks about whether “irregardless” is a word, the origins of “posh” and the dozens of recorded pronunciations of “lingerie.”

OCC professor who made anti-Trump comments declines Faculty of the Year award

The Orange Coast College professor who made controversial comments about now-President Trump in a video recorded by a student during class last fall has declined to accept OCC's Faculty of the Year award, according to the college. Human-sexuality professor Olga Perez Stable Cox was notified of...

Senate votes to block Labor Department rule

Employers are required to maintain a log of workplace injuries and illnesses that occur during a five-year span, but an employer may only be cited for failing to keep proper health and safety records within six months. Critics say the Obama administration was trying to extend the penalty window to five years, describing the rule as an unlawful power grab.

How Blockchain Could Improve Legal Record Keeping

In 2013, Bitcoin was inescapable. The strange little cryptocurrency had morphed from an internet oddity, where Bitcoin-backers celebrated exchanging 10,000 Bitcoins for two (bad) pizzas, to a serious phenomenon. After a whole lot of stumbling blocks, Bitcoin has continued to grow, with the digital currency valued at over $1,000......

Records Leak in Eric Garner Case Renews Debate on Police Discipline

4 hours agoNews : NYTimes: News

After revelations about the disciplinary history of Officer Daniel Pantaleo, attention has shifted to broader questions about the response to police misconduct.

McAuliffe poised to set the record for most vetoes by a Virginia governor

The Democrat’s relationship with the GOP legislature suggests what’s at stake in the race to succeed him

Open Mike Eagle’s Razor-Wire Wit

4 hours agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

The LA-Based Rapper Says He’s Ready to Make “Big Boy Records” by Robert Ham At this point in his career, Open Mike Eagle (born Michael W. Eagle II in Chicago) regularly books festivals like Pickathon, and is currently touring the USShow More Summary

F1 Driver Who Never Won A Championship Thinks Women Can't Compete Due To 'Mothering DNA'

5 hours agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

Ex-Formula One driver David Coulthard, who is neither a scientist nor an F1 champion, claimed to the UK’s Daily Record that women will always struggle to beat men in F1 because of some last links to “mothering DNA.” So, uh, did he spend 15 years in F1 without a title because of “fathering DNA,” or what? Read more...

California has a new voter registration record: 19.43 million are signed up to vote

Essential Politics: Gov. Jerry Brown visits Washington, D.C., Schwarzenegger blasts Trump's approval ratings March 22, 2017, 1:27 p.m. This is Essential Politics, our daily look at California political and government news. Here's what we're watching right now: Gov. Jerry Brown is in Washington,...

Breakdancing Record Attempts

Japanese breakdancer Ashitaka recently attempted to break two World Records in his chosen field – the most consecutive one-handed jumps, and the most elbow hops. Our palms and joints hurt just watching him do this. Watch now and see if he achieved his goals.

What to listen to now: Arca, Perfume Genius, Ronald Bruner Jr. and Laurence Juber

A weekly round-up of must-hear music from The Times staffers. This week’s picks include a leader in the Los Angeles jazz community as well as a pair of artists continuing to push electronic boundaries. Arca, “Anoche” (XL Recordings), and Perfume Genius, “Slip Away” (Matador) Two auteurs working...

Bevin signs law allowing optional drivers' licenses

Republican Gov. Matt Bevin has signed a law allowing Kentuckians to purchase voluntary travel IDs to replace their standard drivers' licenses. Records show Bevin signed House bill 410 on Tuesday. … Click to Continue »

Record Numbers of Women & People of Color Running for Office in Los Angeles

In response to a special elections race in Los Angeles, women and people of color are running for political office in record numbers, signifying a potential precedent for diverse candidate pools ahead of 2018 elections. The race to fill a vacant seat in the House of Representatives for California’s 34th congressional district is shaping up to be Trump’s […]

WWE announcer Jim Ross provides a heartbreaking update to his wife's health

Jim Ross was recording his podcast when an unfortunate series of events occurred. His wife was riding her Vespa from the gym without a (...)

Arctic sea ice shrivels to record low for winter

The frigid top of the Earth just set yet another record for low levels of sea ice in what scientists say is a signal of an overheating world. The National … Click to Continue »

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