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18 January, 2019
Easy Ways To Be Eco-Friendly

You already know that climate change is happening, and you also know that if we want to save the planet, we’re all going to have to make changes in the ways we live our lives, here are some things you can do now. View Video

18 January, 2019
U.S. Regulators Considering Fine For Facebook After Privacy Violations

According to a report by the Washington Post, on Friday, US regulators met to discuss imposing a fine against Facebook for violating a legally binding agreement with the government to protect the privacy of personal data. Reuters reports that the Federal Trade Commission has been investigating... View Video

18 January, 2019
Chick-fil-A Debunks A Viral Tweet Claiming That The Chain Will Add A '4 for $4' Deal If It Gets 500,

Chick-fil-A has debunked a viral tweet claiming that the chain is considering a new deal. "WE NEED THIS RETWEET," reads a tweet from @primekfc. The tweet has a screenshot of an apparent DM exchange with Chick-fil-A, which reads: @primekfc: How many retweets for y'all to start doing a 4 for 4 deal?... View Video

18 January, 2019
Walmart Addresses Service Animals

Walmart is taking steps to clarify its policy on bringing animals inside. The signs read: "Service animals welcome. No pets." Walmart tells Business Insider that this isn't a new policy, however the signs are meant to remind shoppers of the rule. Walmart is addressing the issue due to food... View Video

18 January, 2019
PayPal Offers Up to $500 Credit For U.S. Federal Employees Affected By Shutdown

According to Reuters, PayPal Holdings on Friday said that it will offer $25 million in interest-free credit to its users who work with the U.S. federal government and are impacted by the shutdown. Employees who use PayPal Credit will be able to avail an advance of up to $500 each, without having... View Video

18 January, 2019
Tesla To Slash Workforce By 7 percent

Digital Trends reports that Tesla will be taking measures to decrease its operating costs and increase Model 3 production in the coming year. Company co-founder and CEO Elon Musk announced on Friday that the electric car manufacture would be cutting nearly seven percent of its workforce. Company... View Video

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U.S. Supreme Court To Hear Major New York Gun Rights Case
22 January, 2019

The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday took up its biggest gun rights case in a nearly decade. The court will hear a challenge backed by the influential National Rifle Association lobby group to New York... More

China Made An App That Shows Which People Nearby Are In Debt
22 January, 2019

A Chinese province has developed an app to tell people if they are in the vicinity of someone in debt. Business Insider reports the app, named the "map of deadbeat debtors," is available for use in Hebei,... More

Former US Marine Charged With Espionage In Russia
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Paul Whelan, a former U.S. marine charged by Russia with espionage, was detained moments after being handed a USB drive/ He believed the drive contained cultural information but which turned out to contain... More