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Source: Trump family plotting course for 2020
While President Donald Trump has been out of the country meeting with foreign leaders on his first official overseas trip, members of his family have been working back home to increase their engagemen... [Read More]
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Jump into the cockpit of an Indy 500 car
Mario Andretti takes Coy Wire on a spin around the track at the Indianapolis 500 Motor Speedway. ... [Read More]
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Gettleman on Africa: 'The gap is closing'
The New York Times' East Africa bureau chief tells Fareed that an interconnected economy means "Africa will become less of an other." ... [Read More]
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Kroenig on Trump's trip: 'A real success'
Matthew Kroenig tells Fareed why President Trump's first overseas trip was "carried out very well" and proved that he is not an isolationist. ... [Read More]
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Glass-bottom pool will freak you out
Market Square Tower's pool suspends 500 feet in the air over downtown Houston. ... [Read More]
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Music legend Gregg Allman dies at 69
Gregg Allman, a founding member of the Allman Brothers Band, died in his home in Savannah, Georgia from liver cancer complications. ... [Read More]
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Lifelike dinosaur fossil makes public debut
The 110-million-year-old fossil is 18 feet long, 2,500 pounds and is in an unprecedented state of preservation. ... [Read More]
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What is Ramadan?
Ramadan is one of the five pillars of the Islamic faith. Imam Suhaib Webb explains its purpose and benefits. ... [Read More]
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Police identify Portland stabbing suspect
A man fatally stabbed two people and wounded a third on a commuter train in Portland, Oregon, as people confronted him for "yelling a gamut of anti-Muslim and anti-everything slurs," a Portland police... [Read More]
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Official: Kushner not going anywhere
President Trump's son-in-law and trusted adviser, Jared Kushner, is under scrutiny for his contacts with Russians. CNN's Ryan Nobles has more on Kushner's future. ... [Read More]
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Report: Kushner wanted channel to Kremlin
Jared Kushner and Russia's ambassador to the US Sergey Kislyak discussed setting up a secret communications channel between the Kremlin and the Trump transition team, according to a report by the Wash... [Read More]
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On GPS: Did Trump reassure NATO allies?
Anne-Marie Slaughter tells Fareed that Trump's demeanor abroad 'was almost a flip of the way the United States normally thinks about its interests.' ... [Read More]
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Gettleman on Africa: "The gap is closing"
The New York Times' East Africa bureau chief tells Fareed that an ever more interconnected economy means "Africa will become less of an other." ... [Read More]
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GPS Web Extra: Gettleman on facing risk at work
What's the most dangerous thing that the NYT East Africa bureau chief has faced? Jeffrey Gettleman tells Fareed how he manages risks inherent in his work. ... [Read More]
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Brian Greene sheds light on dark matter
On GPS, Brian Greene gives a simple explanation for an often bewildering topic: dark matter. ... [Read More]
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Brzezinski: America needs global vision (2016)
Zbigniew Brzezinski, former national security adviser under Jimmy Carter, told CNN's Fareed Zakaria that the US needs to make a serious effort toward national healing, including foreign policy. .... [Read More]
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Reuters: Kushner didn't disclose Russia calls
Jared Kushner had three previously undisclosed contacts with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak, including two phone calls, according to Reuters. ... [Read More]
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Bash: If true, Kushner request 'really naive'
CNN's Dana Bash reacted to a new report that Jared Kushner may have made a request for a secret communications channel between the Trump transition team and the Kremlin, saying if it is true that it w... [Read More]
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Kushner has ties to Russian spy school grad
Jared Kushner is under heat for contact he had with a Russian spy and a meeting that the Washington Post reports he had with Russian Ambassador Sergei Kislyak in December about a secret communication ... [Read More]
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Kroenig on Trump's trip: "A real success"
Matthew Kroenig tells Fareed why President Trump's first overseas trip was "carried out very well" and proved that he is not an isolationist. ... [Read More]
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How to Vet An SEO Agency (and Prevent Failure) by @AdamHeitzman
Vetting SEO agencies is important. Ask these questions to ensure you choose the right SEO agency for you.The post How to Vet An SEO Agency (and Prevent Failure) by @AdamHeitzman appeared first on Sear... [Read More]
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Exploit These 3 Powerful Motivators for Better PPC Ad Copy by @clarkboyd
Adding incentives, herding, and availability bias to your ad copy can improve your PPC campaign performance. Here's how.The post Exploit These 3 Powerful Motivators for Better PPC Ad Copy by @clarkboy... [Read More]
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Everything You Need to Know About Facebook Ad Relevance Score by @@SusanEDub
Here's everything you need to know about the Facebook Ad Relevance Score and improve your score for better performance.The post Everything You Need to Know About Facebook Ad Relevance Score by @@Susan... [Read More]
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Ice Bucket Challenge creator struggles with bills
The man behind the massively successful ALS Ice Bucket Challenge is facing major financial hurdles in his own fight against ALS. His care costing somewhere between $85,000 and $95,000 every month, his... [Read More]
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'Veep' cast on their least favorite nicknames
The cast of the HBO show "Veep" reveals the most hated nicknames that the writers have used for their characters, including "beefy blonde." ... [Read More]
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3D-printed rocket launches into space
CNN's Amara Walker and Michael Holmes report on the first successful launch of a battery-powered, 3-D printed rocket into space. ... [Read More]
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Tapper: If you can't condemn an assault...
A reporter was allegedly assaulted by the Republican candidate in Montana's special congressional election. Why aren't more public officials condemning it? ... [Read More]
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Ex-congressman defends Gianforte, panel erupts
Former senior adviser to the Trump campaign Jack Kingston defended Republican congressional candidate Greg Gianforte after he was accused of assaulting reporter Ben Jacobs. ... [Read More]
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Queen Elizabeth visits attack victims
Queen Elizabeth II paid a visit to injured victims of the Manchester terror attack. CNN's Erin McLaughlin has more. ... [Read More]
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Gianforte: 'I made a mistake, I'm sorry'
Republican Greg Gianforte, who was charged with assaulting reporter Ben Jacobs on the eve of the Montana special election, gives his victory speech during which he apologized for his actions. ...... [Read More]
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Wonder Woman World Premiere
The world premiere of "Wonder Woman" took place in Hollywood, where Gal Gadot talked about filming while pregnant. ... [Read More]
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Victim's mother: 'Don't let this beat us'
Charlotte Campbell, mother of Manchester bombing victim Olivia Campbell, has called for unity in the wake of the attack. ... [Read More]
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What's happening in Libya?
CNN's Jomana Karadsheh explains the situation in Libya. ... [Read More]
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Google’s AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) Gains Support From Facebook by @MattGSouthern
Facebook is rolling out support for AMP as part of its open source Instant Articles software development kit. The company’s new SDK will have an extension that allows publishers to create conten... [Read More]