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Trump Locked Out Of White House After Accidentally Revoking Own Security Clearance
AirPower, Apple’s wireless charging pad, is still a no-show - CNET
Origami Wrap Turns Disposable Gift-Wrapping Paper Into DIY Crafts
Fox News Apologizes For Mistaking Patti LaBelle For Aretha Franklin
Intel buys deep-learning startup Vertex.AI to join its Movidius unit
White House Honors Aretha Franklin By Not Releasing Official Statement On Her Death
Ajit Pai knew DDoS claim was false in January, says he couldn’t tell Congress
Jason Momoa Reveals He Spent Months Becoming Useless Dumbass To Get Into Character For ‘Aquaman’
New Zealand to VCs and hedge fund managers buying up its land: No more
MoviePass Attempts To Increase Profitability By No Longer Mailing Out Free $500 A Month To Subscribers
Facebook cracks down on opioid dealers after years of neglect
Fantasy Novel Not Holding Back On Criticisms Of Dwarvish Culture
Tesla allegedly covered up drug trafficking and spied on employees at the Gigafactory, whistleblower says
Methadone Clinic Must Be Having Some Sort Of Big Party
Autonomous retail startup Inokyo’s first store feels like stealing
Report: Someone Robbed That KFC Again
The nightmarishly complex wheat genome finally yields to scientists
Star Wars News Net Joins Hundreds Of Publications In Condemning Trump’s Attacks On The Press
Google clarifies how it tracks you even if Location History is turned off - CNET
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NASA identifies 'foreign object debris' spotted by Mars rover - CNET
NBCU Readying Streaming Service That Pays Viewers To Watch It  
After coffee brewhaha, CA fears cancer warnings have “gone seriously wrong”
Aloha! ClickHole’s Treasure Is On Vacation In Hawaii
Honda Odyssey, Chrysler Pacifica score with IIHS, Toyota Sienna falls short - Roadshow
Should The MLB Ban Infield Shapeshifting?
Work-Bench enterprise report predicts end of SaaS could be coming
How To Keep Your Smartphone From Ruining Your Vacation
MoviePass is limiting selection to ‘up to six films’ a day
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