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Scoop.co.nz
On The Nation: Lisa Owen interviews Lance Normanof Justice, court time, but how did you—? How do you know it will end up this w
On The Nation: Lisa Owen interviews Lance Norman
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 51 minutes ago
of Justice, court time, but how did you—? How do you know it will end up this way? Are these just guesses or…?All this data’s actually off Ministry websites. We’ve done a lot of data review ourselves, but the $100,000 is actually straight off... Read more
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Business Insider
Tens of thousands of people in this state are getting sued for medical debts as low as $60From 2008 through 2014, CMS seized at least $88 million from Nebraskans' wages
Tens of thousands of people in this state are getting sued for medical debts as low as $60
Business Insider / Posted 2 hours ago
From 2008 through 2014, CMS seized at least $88 million from Nebraskans' wages and bank accounts, according to court data analyzed by ProPublica. In a brief response to a list of questions from ProPublica, CMS wrote that it "plays an active... Read more
3h
Business Standard India
Communication is criticalover a fortnight ago in Wisconsin, a US federal court slapped $940 million pena
Communication is critical
Business Standard India / Posted 3 hours ago
over a fortnight ago in Wisconsin, a US federal court slapped $940 million penalty on two companies of India's Tata group - Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) and Tata America International Corp - for allegedly "stealing" information related to... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
The Primary Issue: Are our schools making the grade?have virtually flatlined despite an six-year government literacy and numeracy "
The Primary Issue: Are our schools making the grade?
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 5 hours ago
have virtually flatlined despite an six-year government literacy and numeracy "crusade" costing more than $250 million. Data shows a quarter of children entering high school are below the National Standards in reading, writing and maths. Of the... Read more
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NBC News
Meet the Press - May 1, 2016you go. DORIS KEARNS GOODWIN: Hooray! CHUCK TODD: And so bestsellers, well,
Meet the Press - May 1, 2016
NBC News / Posted 6 hours ago
you go. DORIS KEARNS GOODWIN: Hooray! CHUCK TODD: And so bestsellers, well, you're the most recent bestseller of our group. RON FOURNIER: How many Pulitzers? (LAUGHTER) CHUCK TODD: There's a lot here. There's a lot there, just not on this... Read more
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Salon.com
Get sick, get sued: Nebraska’s poor have never had it worseFrom 2008 through 2014, CMS seized at least $88 million from Nebraskans’ wages
Get sick, get sued: Nebraska’s poor have never had it worse
Salon.com / Posted 7 hours ago
From 2008 through 2014, CMS seized at least $88 million from Nebraskans’ wages and bank accounts, according to court data analyzed by ProPublica. In a brief response to a list of questions from ProPublica, CMS wrote that it “plays an active... Read more
7h
Rappler
PLDT partners with Japan's NTT for new mobile data serviceSTRENGTHENING FOOTPRINT. Japan's NTT group owns a 20% stake in the Philippines'
PLDT partners with Japan's NTT for new mobile data service
Rappler / Posted 7 hours ago
STRENGTHENING FOOTPRINT. Japan's NTT group owns a 20% stake in the Philippines' PLDT. MANILA, Philippines – A unit of Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company (PLDT) – soon-to-be called PLDT, Incorporated – has tied up with Tokyo-based NTT... Read more
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TheStreet.com
Week Ahead: April jobs numbers could portend Fed’s moves on rateson June 14-15. The chances of a June rate hike are slim with futures only pric
Week Ahead: April jobs numbers could portend Fed’s moves on rates
TheStreet.com / Posted 8 hours ago
on June 14-15. The chances of a June rate hike are slim with futures only pricing in a 15% probability, according to CME Group. The meeting in December is the only one investors have priced in the likelihood of a rate hike above 50%. The jobs... Read more
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Financial Planning.com
ETFs and international equity: A cost-effective couplingFor Shomari Hearn, it is an oldie-but-goodie strategy: using exchange-traded fu
ETFs and international equity: A cost-effective coupling
Financial Planning.com / Posted 12 hours ago
For Shomari Hearn, it is an oldie-but-goodie strategy: using exchange-traded funds to help clients bolster international diversity in their equity investment portfolios. “Basically, we have using international indexed ETFs for certain regions for... Read more
12h
Rappler
Philippine and US election demographicsloans and low wages entering the labor force at the same time that corporate pr
Philippine and US election demographics
Rappler / Posted 12 hours ago
loans and low wages entering the labor force at the same time that corporate profits seem to be at a high. According to data from the Chicago Council on Global Affairs (cited by Bloomberg View), millennials are of the mind that the US should... Read more
12h
FOX 41 Louisville
SUNDAY EDITION | Racing industry harnesses data to reduce horse injuries24 horses that died last year after being injured on a Kentucky racetrack. The
SUNDAY EDITION | Racing industry harnesses data to reduce horse injuries
FOX 41 Louisville / Posted 12 hours ago
24 horses that died last year after being injured on a Kentucky racetrack. The figures are made public as part of a broad data collection effort at nearly all racetracks in the U.S. and Canada. Started in 2008 -- one year after the death of... Read more
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Zawya
GCC single visa would spur regional tourismTravel & Tourismand border control. The Middle East has seen increasing turmoil with several w
GCC single visa would spur regional tourismTravel & Tourism
Zawya / Posted 12 hours ago
and border control. The Middle East has seen increasing turmoil with several wars in the region and the rise of militant group Islamic State, which claimed responsibility for the Brussels attack. Scowsill said he believed this desire to "close... Read more
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The Charleston State Journal
Q&A: Candidates for WV Supreme Court Share Viewsregarding labor and business law in West Virginia just about right? A: Policy
Q&A: Candidates for WV Supreme Court Share Views
The Charleston State Journal / Posted 13 hours ago
regarding labor and business law in West Virginia just about right? A: Policy matters related to businesses or other groups are matters which, in a system governed by the rule of law, should be left to the legislative and executive branches,... Read more
13h
New York Post
Why is the government out to destroy vaping?Centers for Disease Control are among the outfits that have falsely claimed vap
Why is the government out to destroy vaping?
New York Post / Posted 13 hours ago
Centers for Disease Control are among the outfits that have falsely claimed vaping is as dangerous as cigarettes. In the International Journal of Drug policy, professors Lynn Kozlowski of SUNY Buffalo and David Sweanor of the University of Ottawa... Read more
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Palm Beach Daily News
Palm Beach real estate season ends with buyers, sellers in middlepulling the trigger and closing the sale. “There have been a lot of price redu
Palm Beach real estate season ends with buyers, sellers in middle
Palm Beach Daily News / Posted 14 hours ago
pulling the trigger and closing the sale. “There have been a lot of price reductions,” said David Fite, owner of The Fite Group. “Sellers are accepting what the market will bear, and that’s driving sales. It’s becoming a buyer’s market, as sellers... Read more
15h
The Seattle Times
TCU QB Trevone Boykin among Seahawks' undrafted free agent signings(who was reported to have gotten a $5,000 bonus), Western Kentucky TE George Fa
TCU QB Trevone Boykin among Seahawks' undrafted free agent signings
The Seattle Times / Posted 15 hours ago
(who was reported to have gotten a $5,000 bonus), Western Kentucky TE George Fant, Ohio State safety Tyvis Powell, Florida International DL Lars Koht (who reportedly got a $2,000 bonus), Arizona OL Lene Maiava, Colorado State cornerback DeAndre... Read more
16h
Reuters
AIG raises $1.25 billion by selling Chinese insurer PICC P&C shares: IFRHONG KONG American International Group (AIG.N) has raised HK$9.68 billion ($1.2
AIG raises $1.25 billion by selling Chinese insurer PICC P&C shares: IFR
Reuters / Posted 16 hours ago
HONG KONG American International Group (AIG.N) has raised HK$9.68 billion ($1.25 billion) by selling a large chunk of its stake in China's PICC Property and Casualty Co Ltd (PICC P&C) (2328.HK) in a block deal, IFR reported on Sunday. AIG sold about... Read more
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Denver Post
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" lawbut state and federal laws don't require employers to routinely provide this cr
Governments struggle to enforce "living wage" law
Denver Post / Posted 17 hours ago
but state and federal laws don't require employers to routinely provide this crucial detail to the government. Without this data, wage enforcers who are empowered to investigate generally wait until a worker complains. And many workers — especially... Read more
18h
USA Today
Removing a racist legacy at Monmouth University?32-hour long sit-in and demanded the university president consider renaming a c
Removing a racist legacy at Monmouth University?
USA Today / Posted 18 hours ago
32-hour long sit-in and demanded the university president consider renaming a college and Princeton's school of public and international affairs that bear Wilson's name. Wilson served as Princeton's president from 1902 to 1910, before winning New... Read more
18h
The Youngstown Vindicator
Governments struggle to enforce “living wage” lawsbut state and federal laws don’t require employers to routinely provide this cr
Governments struggle to enforce “living wage” laws
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 18 hours ago
but state and federal laws don’t require employers to routinely provide this crucial detail to the government. Without this data, wage enforcers who are empowered to investigate generally wait until a worker complains. And many workers — especially... Read more
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The Mercury News
Esther J. Cepeda: Boost benefits low-income college studentsof Georgia's College of Family and Consumer Sciences analyzed a 13-year nationa
Esther J. Cepeda: Boost benefits low-income college students
The Mercury News / Posted 22 hours ago
of Georgia's College of Family and Consumer Sciences analyzed a 13-year national study that contained clinical health data from over 11,000 participants. They found that though young adults who come from adverse backgrounds use resilience to... Read more
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WXIA-TV Atlanta
Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymorehas generated," says Sarah Leberstein, senior staff attorney for the National E
Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymore
WXIA-TV Atlanta / Posted yesterday
has generated," says Sarah Leberstein, senior staff attorney for the National Employment Law Project, a worker advocacy group. Some, she says, have been inspired by walkouts by fast-food workers, many of whom are part-time, and their demands... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymorehas generated," says Sarah Leberstein, senior staff attorney for the National E
Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymore
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted yesterday
has generated," says Sarah Leberstein, senior staff attorney for the National Employment Law Project, a worker advocacy group. Some, she says, have been inspired by walkouts by fast-food workers, many of whom are part-time, and their demands... Read more
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WHAS TV11 Louisville
Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymorehas generated," says Sarah Leberstein, senior staff attorney for the National E
Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymore
WHAS TV11 Louisville / Posted yesterday
has generated," says Sarah Leberstein, senior staff attorney for the National Employment Law Project, a worker advocacy group. Some, she says, have been inspired by walkouts by fast-food workers, many of whom are part-time, and their demands... Read more
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WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans
Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymorehas generated," says Sarah Leberstein, senior staff attorney for the National E
Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymore
WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans / Posted yesterday
has generated," says Sarah Leberstein, senior staff attorney for the National Employment Law Project, a worker advocacy group. Some, she says, have been inspired by walkouts by fast-food workers, many of whom are part-time, and their demands... Read more
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WLTX-TV Columbia
Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymorehas generated," says Sarah Leberstein, senior staff attorney for the National E
Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymore
WLTX-TV Columbia / Posted yesterday
has generated," says Sarah Leberstein, senior staff attorney for the National Employment Law Project, a worker advocacy group. Some, she says, have been inspired by walkouts by fast-food workers, many of whom are part-time, and their demands... Read more
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WLBZ Bangor
Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymorehas generated," says Sarah Leberstein, senior staff attorney for the National E
Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymore
WLBZ Bangor / Posted yesterday
has generated," says Sarah Leberstein, senior staff attorney for the National Employment Law Project, a worker advocacy group. Some, she says, have been inspired by walkouts by fast-food workers, many of whom are part-time, and their demands... Read more
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WKYC Cleveland
Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymorehas generated," says Sarah Leberstein, senior staff attorney for the National E
Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymore
WKYC Cleveland / Posted yesterday
has generated," says Sarah Leberstein, senior staff attorney for the National Employment Law Project, a worker advocacy group. Some, she says, have been inspired by walkouts by fast-food workers, many of whom are part-time, and their demands... Read more
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13 WMAZ Macon
Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymorehas generated," says Sarah Leberstein, senior staff attorney for the National E
Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymore
13 WMAZ Macon / Posted yesterday
has generated," says Sarah Leberstein, senior staff attorney for the National Employment Law Project, a worker advocacy group. Some, she says, have been inspired by walkouts by fast-food workers, many of whom are part-time, and their demands... Read more
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NorthWest Cable News
Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymorehas generated," says Sarah Leberstein, senior staff attorney for the National E
Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymore
NorthWest Cable News / Posted yesterday
has generated," says Sarah Leberstein, senior staff attorney for the National Employment Law Project, a worker advocacy group. Some, she says, have been inspired by walkouts by fast-food workers, many of whom are part-time, and their demands... Read more
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KTHV Little Rock
Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymorehas generated," says Sarah Leberstein, senior staff attorney for the National E
Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymore
KTHV Little Rock / Posted yesterday
has generated," says Sarah Leberstein, senior staff attorney for the National Employment Law Project, a worker advocacy group. Some, she says, have been inspired by walkouts by fast-food workers, many of whom are part-time, and their demands... Read more
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First Coast News
Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymorehas generated," says Sarah Leberstein, senior staff attorney for the National E
Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymore
First Coast News / Posted yesterday
has generated," says Sarah Leberstein, senior staff attorney for the National Employment Law Project, a worker advocacy group. Some, she says, have been inspired by walkouts by fast-food workers, many of whom are part-time, and their demands... Read more
23 related stories
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KGW Channel 8 Portland
Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymorehas generated," says Sarah Leberstein, senior staff attorney for the National E
Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymore
KGW Channel 8 Portland / Posted yesterday
has generated," says Sarah Leberstein, senior staff attorney for the National Employment Law Project, a worker advocacy group. Some, she says, have been inspired by walkouts by fast-food workers, many of whom are part-time, and their demands... Read more
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KENS 5 San Antonio
Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymorehas generated," says Sarah Leberstein, senior staff attorney for the National E
Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymore
KENS 5 San Antonio / Posted yesterday
has generated," says Sarah Leberstein, senior staff attorney for the National Employment Law Project, a worker advocacy group. Some, she says, have been inspired by walkouts by fast-food workers, many of whom are part-time, and their demands... Read more
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KTVB Boise
Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymorehas generated," says Sarah Leberstein, senior staff attorney for the National E
Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymore
KTVB Boise / Posted yesterday
has generated," says Sarah Leberstein, senior staff attorney for the National Employment Law Project, a worker advocacy group. Some, she says, have been inspired by walkouts by fast-food workers, many of whom are part-time, and their demands... Read more
23 related stories
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WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth
Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymorehas generated," says Sarah Leberstein, senior staff attorney for the National E
Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymore
WFAA Dallas-Fort Worth / Posted yesterday
has generated," says Sarah Leberstein, senior staff attorney for the National Employment Law Project, a worker advocacy group. Some, she says, have been inspired by walkouts by fast-food workers, many of whom are part-time, and their demands... Read more
23 related stories
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5KSDK St. Louis
Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymorehas generated," says Sarah Leberstein, senior staff attorney for the National E
Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymore
5KSDK St. Louis / Posted yesterday
has generated," says Sarah Leberstein, senior staff attorney for the National Employment Law Project, a worker advocacy group. Some, she says, have been inspired by walkouts by fast-food workers, many of whom are part-time, and their demands... Read more
23 related stories
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WGRZ-TV Buffalo
Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymorehas generated," says Sarah Leberstein, senior staff attorney for the National E
Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymore
WGRZ-TV Buffalo / Posted yesterday
has generated," says Sarah Leberstein, senior staff attorney for the National Employment Law Project, a worker advocacy group. Some, she says, have been inspired by walkouts by fast-food workers, many of whom are part-time, and their demands... Read more
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KVUE-TV Austin
Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymorehas generated," says Sarah Leberstein, senior staff attorney for the National E
Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymore
KVUE-TV Austin / Posted yesterday
has generated," says Sarah Leberstein, senior staff attorney for the National Employment Law Project, a worker advocacy group. Some, she says, have been inspired by walkouts by fast-food workers, many of whom are part-time, and their demands... Read more
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KREM.com Spokane
Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymorehas generated," says Sarah Leberstein, senior staff attorney for the National E
Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymore
KREM.com Spokane / Posted yesterday
has generated," says Sarah Leberstein, senior staff attorney for the National Employment Law Project, a worker advocacy group. Some, she says, have been inspired by walkouts by fast-food workers, many of whom are part-time, and their demands... Read more
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WCSH 6 Portland
Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymorehas generated," says Sarah Leberstein, senior staff attorney for the National E
Temporary, part-time workers not taking it anymore
WCSH 6 Portland / Posted yesterday
has generated," says Sarah Leberstein, senior staff attorney for the National Employment Law Project, a worker advocacy group. Some, she says, have been inspired by walkouts by fast-food workers, many of whom are part-time, and their demands... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Insights into government processes and wealth protectiontax haven” and receives very little in return while at the same time “trashes i
Insights into government processes and wealth protection
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted yesterday
tax haven” and receives very little in return while at the same time “trashes its reputation, and contributes to an international pandemic of tax avoidance by the mega-wealthy” – see: Taxing questions to answer. The paper says Key continues... Read more
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New Zealand's National Business Review
Maori Authority boss puts cost of failing a struggling child at $145K a yearhave yet to support the initiative, says a government guarantee would give it m
Maori Authority boss puts cost of failing a struggling child at $145K a year
New Zealand's National Business Review / Posted yesterday
have yet to support the initiative, says a government guarantee would give it more confidence in the new scheme. RAW DATA: Phil Norman interviewed on The Nation Lisa Owen: Welcome back. National last year started dabbling in social bonds, in... Read more
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The Hill
Treasury closely watching five major US trading partners on currency policiesto a new report sent to Congress. ADVERTISEMENT “These new tools significantl
Treasury closely watching five major US trading partners on currency policies
The Hill / Posted yesterday
to a new report sent to Congress. ADVERTISEMENT “These new tools significantly enhance Treasury’s ability to undertake a data-driven, objective analysis of a country’s foreign exchange policies and their impact on bilateral trade with the United... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Primer: Senior high rolls out K-12 plan on Mondaybecause those students had gone through more than 10 years of basic education.
Primer: Senior high rolls out K-12 plan on Monday
Inquirier.net / Posted yesterday
because those students had gone through more than 10 years of basic education. The schools had either Grade 7 or an international K-12 program, such as an International Baccalaureate (IB) program. The DepEd evaluated their curriculum... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Bloomberg UNMASKED - The Truth about ZH from Forex perspectivefor Bloomberg news. Bloomberg is a great example of the MSM because Bloomberg h
Bloomberg UNMASKED - The Truth about ZH from Forex perspective
Zero Hedge / Posted yesterday
for Bloomberg news. Bloomberg is a great example of the MSM because Bloomberg has always been 'business news' - with an international focus. Others such as CNBC are more US focused. Exhibit 1 - 28 pages Recently the 28 redacted pages of the... Read more
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Manila Standard Today
Skype redefines business communicationenterprise organizations in the Philippines are in for a digital disruption,” s
Skype redefines business communication
Manila Standard Today / Posted yesterday
enterprise organizations in the Philippines are in for a digital disruption,” said Christian Lim, office marketing business group lead for Microsoft Philippines. “As the workforce and the consumer markets become more digital, there is a need for... Read more
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Technode
Tazer Bots, Drones & Crime Predictions: China's Sci-Fi Police Revolutionthat it can recognize the word ‘help’, and will automatically alert a police of
Tazer Bots, Drones & Crime Predictions: China's Sci-Fi Police Revolution
Technode / Posted yesterday
that it can recognize the word ‘help’, and will automatically alert a police officer when it hears it. Both Chinese and international netizens have jumped to point out a few major flaws with the AnBot. There are the regular concerns associated... Read more
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Fortune
The Golden State Warriors Would Dominate Even More If the U.S. Had a Dictatoreven after Curry’s injury, the Warriors seem poised to continue their rein as N
The Golden State Warriors Would Dominate Even More If the U.S. Had a Dictator
Fortune / Posted yesterday
even after Curry’s injury, the Warriors seem poised to continue their rein as NBA champions, new research from a group of Spanish academics shows that dominant sports teams are even more dominant under non-democratic political conditions... Read more
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iol.co.za
Mbalula okays ASA eventto host the Africa Senior Championships from June 22-26 after they were initial
Mbalula okays ASA event
iol.co.za / Posted yesterday
to host the Africa Senior Championships from June 22-26 after they were initially banned from hosting or bidding for major international events after failing to meet transformation targets. This follows a meeting between ASA president Aleck... Read more
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