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Helaine Olen 11h
The United States: a man gets jettisoned from a job at McDonnell Douglas after 29 years, just one year shy of collecting a full pension. At 80, he works as a Walmart greeter. Who is he angry at? "I blame myself."
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Marina Amaral 16h
Czesława Kwoka arrived at Auschwitz on this day in 1942. She is the reason I started , because since the first time I saw her face, I could never forget her. Read her story:
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Social Media Insider 9h
Hey genius, you know that you voted for this, right?
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Xeni Jardin Dec 11
Everybody in prison for anything related to pot should be freed right now
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Karl Bode 10h
If you think antitrust, unchecked global corporation power, and the potential pitfalls of rampant media consolidation is boring, maybe it's YOU that's boring.
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Gatlin McArthur 13h
“There were 252 job moves between Google and the Obama administration from its inception to early 2016, and 427 meetings between White House staff and Google employees from 2009 to 2015.”
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Sleeping Giants Dec 12
Any word from on this openly racist diatribe on their network last night? Any word from their advertisers? Is everyone just going to ignore this and completely normalize it?
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moskowitz Dec 12
Yup. The “right to exclude” is not a “right to make” or even “do something”. It’s in exchange for the inventor’s public disclosure.
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Adam Parkhomenko Dec 12
Trump is ruing the day he ran for president.
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Brynt   Dec 10
Client: I got someone cheaper. Someone cheaper:
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Harriet Ryan Dec 12
You're the editor of the LA Times. You find out the CEO is an anti-Semite. Do you: a) confront him? b) assign an investigative reporter to expose him? Or c) use the information to get a $2.5M personal payout at a time the company is laying off journalists and closing bureaus?
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TECHSON IP Dec 12
Aged well hasn't it! Take notice Congress and
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Andrew RC Marshall Dec 12
In 1997, when tyrants ruled Myanmar, Aung San Suu Kyi told the world, "Please use your liberty to promote ours." Today, as Myanmar's democratic leader, she can pardon Reuters reporters Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo. She can use her liberty to secure theirs.
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Joe Palazzolo Dec 12
American Media to WSJ in 2016: "AMI has not paid people to kill damaging stories about Mr. Trump." Fed prosecutors in 2018: "AMI admitted that it made the $150,000 payment...in order to ensure that the woman did not publicize damaging allegations about the candidate."
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Kaivan Shroff Dec 12
Michael Cohen was not just Trump’s personal lawyer... HE WAS DEPUTY FINANCE CHAIR OF THE REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE.
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Devlin Hartline Dec 12
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moskowitz Dec 12
Replying to @melissapierce
Awesome! Great news & much luck in 2019
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Romanovs100 Dec 12
Rare photos of the Romanovs, as you have never seen before. We transformed 100 year-old photos into 3D to immerse you in the extraordinary life of Russia’s last royal family. Full album tomorrow on Facebook page.
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moskowitz Dec 12
You can buy a wearable camera to track your social life [“its software evokes NameTag, a facial recognition app built for Google Glass in 2014. But lifelogging produced reams of mostly useless footage, and Glass was maligned as invasive and creepy” ]
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moskowitz Dec 12
Google Glass Wasn't a Failure. It Raised Crucial Concerns [really? Excusing excusable business failure is news?]
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