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  10. LinkedIn asks users to think beyond professional networks
  11. Paris tests new bubble-shaped water taxi
  12. Irate Philadelphia Eagles fan caught on TV is an Ivy League dean
  13. FOX News re-signs FBN anchor Maria Bartiromo to a new multi-year deal
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  15. Rep. Joe Kennedy III to try and follow JFK into Senate by challenging Sen. Ed Markey
  16. Surprise rescue of Jamaica coral reefs shows nature can heal
  17. FBI agents raid home of boss behind vanishing payroll company: Report
  18. Father, son fishermen video humpback whale breaching waters off New Jersey
  19. ‘Always open’ Julio Jones’ Waffle House cleats worth ‘upwards of a million dollars’ for the 24-7 diner
  20. Trump is demanding low or even zero interest rates. But there is a real downside.
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  24. Unmarried women see lack of ‘economically attractive’ men: study
  25. Google to be subject of fresh antitrust probe: Report
  26. Hit by ransomware? Here’s what the FBI says you should do
  27. American Airlines mechanic allegedly tampered with plane in Miami to delay or cancel flight
  28. Jennifer Lopez’s pole dancing for “Hustlers” sparks fitness craze
  29. Florida airports reopen after Hurricane Dorian moves north
  30. Former NFL star Lynn Swann sees risks in legalized sports betting
  31. Facebook tightens political ad rules, but leaves loopholes
  32. $8 gas prices possible with no fracking, energy expert says
  33. Happy Birthday Beyonce, the mom who proves she’s a parenting queen, too
  34. Huawei accuses US of cyberattacks, coercing employees
  35. The Latest: FTC official disputes criticism of Google fine
  36. Kellogg’s adds new faux meat burgers, nuggets and tenders amid increased competition
  37. 419M Facebook users’ accounts, phone numbers found on online database: Report
  38. Cellphones at school: Should your kid have one?
  39. I’ve discovered my husband has been cheating on me for 25 years
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  41. Tiffany launching its first comprehensive men’s jewelry line
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  44. Jeffrey Epstein’s alleged recruiter seen for the 1st time since his death
  45. Climate change threatens US West river despite wet winter
  46. Scientists say water in Hawaii crater is heated by volcano
  47. Italy on holiday: a day at the beach in the Cilento Italy on holiday: a day at the beach in the Cilento
  48. ‘Enough is enough’: Cloudflare terminates 8chan, an online meeting place for ‘extremist hate’
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  51. Rod Blagojevich pardon is under review over ‘severe’ sentence, President Trump tweets
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  53. 2020 Dems’ free cash handout plans to cost taxpayers billions
  54. Ayurvedic massage with sound therapy: ‘Is this how it feels to be a posh Pot Noodle?’
  55. France drafts law to extend IVF to lesbians, single women
  56. French air-board inventor flies across the English Channel
  57. Images show Lightsail 2 spacecraft’s solar sail has deployed
  58. People want to travel more sustainably. But we need help to do it
  59. The Latest: Telescope staff secure facilities before storms
  60. Trump runs attack ads in Democrat debate city Detroit
  61. Trump 2020 ‘Make Straws Great Again’ push brings in big bucks
  62. Inside a Frank Lloyd Wright-designed home that’s hitting the auction block
  63. Tom Brady’s rumored fashion line could have a supermodel adviser in Gisele
  64. US cities where homebuyers can get a discount
  65. US recession on the horizon? When experts think it could hit
  66. The Latest: ‘The Rock’ visits Hawaiians protesting telescope
  67. ‘Not just for white, educated foodies’: fewer people are shopping at farmers’ markets on food stamps ‘Not just for white, educated foodies’: fewer people are shopping at farmers’ markets on food stamps
  68. Facebook’s currency plan gets hostile reception in Congress
  69. India launches moon mission a week after it was aborted
  70. Why Bank of America cut ties with businesses operating detention centers
  71. Fitness tips: why it’s good to have a running partner
  72. Trump to nominate Eugene Scalia for labor secretary
  73. Trump touts US economy as envy of world leaders while China falters
  74. How the wig got big How the wig got big
  75. Used luxury or fully-loaded new car? Edmunds weighs both
  76. Is owning a dog good for your health?
  77. JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon knocks Facebook’s Libra, ‘I wouldn’t spend too much time on it’
  78. How T-Mobile, AT&T, Verizon and Sprint fight robocalls on their network
  79. LVMH’s Bernard Arnault dethrones Bill Gates as second richest person in the world
  80. Amazon Prime Day 2019, by the numbers: Sales increased 72%
  81. EU probes Amazon over use of retailer info to gain edge
  82. IMF chief Christine Lagarde to resign on Tuesday
  83. FaceApp goes viral with old-age filter, but spurs privacy concerns with Russian roots
  84. Johnson & Johnson responds to opioid case, promises to defend against baby powder suits
  85. Brain-controlled robot hand with sense of touch helps Medal of Honor recipient
  86. Apollo 11: The songs astronauts listen to above Earth may surprise you
  87. Bitcoin price tumbles following Trump’s criticism
  88. Telescope viewing suspended as protesters block Hawaii road
  89. Sudoku 4,466 easy
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  91. Tangram Smart Rope – why mess with the zen-like emptiness of skipping?
  92. Former director of clinic in alleged IVF mix-up sued for lying, having sex with client
  93. Lawmakers grill Amazon, Facebook, Google and Apple at antitrust hearing
  94. The best back-to-school deals on Amazon Prime Day
  95. US deficit could top $1T in 2019
  96. DeVos: Efforts to boycott Israel are a ‘pernicious threat’
  97. R. Kelly denied bail in sex trafficking case
  98. JPMorgan’s Jamie Dimon: Economy ‘not that bad’ as bank preps for 3 rate cuts in 2019
  99. Amazon Prime Day sales: Early estimate shows gain from last year
  100. How to reach your retirement dreams
  101. A healthy lifestyle may offset genetic risk for Alzheimer’s
  102. Summertime parasite outbreaks have been rising steadily since 2009, CDC says
  103. Amazon Prime Day strike organizer: We want management’s best
  104. Hawaii protesters vow ‘prolonged struggle’ against telescope
  105. Startup offers rentable bunk beds for $1,200-a-month
  106. Johnson & Johnson beats profit estimates on pharma strength, raises sales outlook
  107. Memorial event held on Danube River for crew of sunken boat
  108. Big tech executives headed to Capitol Hill for antitrust hearing next week
  109. Wells Fargo’s 2Q earnings beat expectations
  110. The very best Prime Day fitness deals of 2019
  111. Walmart to launch major sale – one day ahead of Amazon Prime Day
  112. Hurricane Barry’s rain and floods hammer Gulf environment
  113. 10 อันดับสถานที่มหัศจรรย์ ที่ไม่คิดว่าจะมีในโลก
  114. House Dems raised $29M in second quarter for campaigning: Report
  115. Mnuchin ‘not comfortable’ with Facebook launching Libra
  116. More to come: FTC fine doesn’t spell closure for Facebook
  117. Barbie goes glam rock to honor David Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust
  118. Rachel Roddy’s recipe for potato and red pepper soup
  119. American Airlines extends Boeing 737 Max flight cancellations through early November
  120. What Amazon product liability lawsuits mean for e-commerce giant’s business
  121. Alert level increased at world’s largest volcano in Hawaii
  122. The best-selling Instant Pot is at its lowest price ever
  123. Trump to examine anti-conservative ‘dishonesty,’ ‘bias’ among US social media giants
  124. Villa Italian Kitchen announces new ‘Just the Crust’ pizza, receives confused responses
  125. UK health service to use Amazon Alexa to give medical advice
  126. Skopje zoo’s chimp returns after recovering from depression
  127. The moon landing was a giant leap for movies, too
  128. The Latest: VW invests $2.6B in Ford-owned robocar firm
  129. Harley-Davidson’s electric Hog: 0-60 in 3 seconds
  130. ‘Stranger Things’ season 3 had record 26.4 million US viewers in first four days
  131. Channel 5’s nonsense will make me and other cyclists less safe
  132. Tropical Storm Barry causes some airlines to extend travel waivers to fliers
  133. Trump on Bitcoin, other cryptocurrencies: ‘I am not a fan’
  134. ‘No Tech for ICE’: Protesters demand Amazon cut ties with federal immigration enforcement
  135. White House yanks drug ‘rebate’ plan to ease costs for some
  136. Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis singing children’s song ‘La Vaca Lola’ is an embarrassing parent gem
  137. Does it matter which body lotion I use?
  138. Fed Chairman Powell: Facebook’s Libra raises ‘many serious concerns’
  139. The Fashion Transparency Index: 2019 report ranks world’s biggest brands
  140. Aphantasia: why a Disney animator draws a blank on his own creations
  141. Company wants to weigh passengers before flights to help planes use less fuel
  142. Air bag defect probe expands to include 12.3 million more vehicles
  143. ConocoPhillips sells off UK North Sea assets for £2bn
  144. Boeing tests 737 Max software updates, says it’s making ‘progress’ on certification
  145. ‘You won’t find this on Capri’: Italy’s Tremiti Islands ‘You won’t find this on Capri’: Italy’s Tremiti Islands
  146. Sri Lanka blocks social media after Easter Sunday bombings
  147. Tesla wants to cut size of board from 11 directors to 7
  148. Sears is suing former boss and new owner Eddie Lampert. Here’s why
  149. Tesla’s Elon Musk earned $2.2 billion in 2018 from stock options
  150. Some of Samsung’s new folding phones are already breaking
  151. Samsung’s Galaxy Fold won’t launch this week after all
  152. Is Kratom, an over-the-counter supplement, contributing to overdose deaths?
  153. Firefighter wins $3.8M lawsuit after station didn’t provide space for pumping breast milk
  154. How Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac dodged a $600,000 cap on CEO pay
  155. Helping our kids take the lead in saving the planet
  156. Taylor Swift fans are convinced a new Nashville mural is tied to her April 26 countdown
  157. The rise of the slashie: a glamorous new way to work – or the ultimate grind?
  158. Sudoku 4,361 hard
  159. Trump meets with Twitter CEO amid bias complaints
  160. Nancy Pelosi goes to Broadway and is moved by ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’
  161. Taxpayer spending on U.S. disaster fund explodes amid climate change, population trends
  162. See royal baby Prince Louis of Cambridge on his first birthday
  163. Michelle Branch and Patrick Carney of The Black Keys are married! See the photo
  164. Top films at the box office for the weekend of April 19-21
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  166. Majority of millennials financially rely on parents, survey finds
  167. Should I avoid drinking in front of my children?
  168. 5G is about to get a big boost from Trump and the FCC
  169. Man called out for wanting to propose with engagement ring customized for ex-girlfriend: ‘Hell no’
  170. “Alexa, play some free songs for me”
  171. Joey King on how she ‘completely transformed’ to become Gypsy Rose Blanchard in ‘The Act’
  172. Is the stock market open on Good Friday?
  173. Craftsmen built Notre Dame eight centuries ago. Now it may be up to robots to save it.
  174. Netflix warns price rises to hit subscriber growth
  175. Wendy Williams to leave sober house following divorce filing: ‘It’ll be Wendy on her own’
  176. For summer road trips, a new app turns insect splats into a detective game
  177. Alexa, play free music for me? Amazon may challenge Spotify and Pandora, report says
  178. Instagram couple responds to ‘stupid’ infinity pool photo controversy
  179. They were settling into their Airbnb. Then they found a hidden camera.
  180. Advocates hoped census would find diversity in agriculture. It found old white people.
  181. So, we’ve seen the first-ever photo of a black hole. What happens now?
  182. Carolyn Hax: A move has hit her like a ton of bricks
  183. Traditional journalists may abandon WikiLeaks’ Assange at their own peril
  184. Uber seeks to raise $1 billion in IPO, offers a driver bonus up to $10,000
  185. Estée Laundry: the Instagram collective holding the beauty industry to account Estée Laundry: the Instagram collective holding the beauty industry to account
  186. Johnson Publishing Company, the ex-publisher of Ebony and Jet magazines, files for bankruptcy
  187. Does this actress look like Princess Diana? Netflix’s ‘The Crown’ says yes, for iconic role
  188. Happy National Library Week: This year’s theme, how to celebrate and more
  189. Nunes to send 8 criminal referrals to AG Barr this week
  190. NASA is scrambling to meet the White House mandate to return astronauts to the moon by 2024
  191. Sudoku 4,340 easy
  192. Jeff Bezos, in divorce settlement, retains 75 percent of the Amazon stock he held with his now ex-wife MacKenzie
  193. Fit in my 40s: the cannabis-aided workout
  194. These are the 5 best Amazon deals this weekend
  195. As unruly airline passenger incidents take off, a search for solutions
  196. A major defamation lawsuit against Bill Cosby has been settled in favor of seven of his accusers
  197. Jeff Bezos’ messy 2019: Divorce, blackmail and an Amazon HQ2 feud
  198. The nations of the Amazon want the name back
  199. Henry Winkler, Timothee Chalamet bond over Winkler’s book character, Hank Zipzer
  200. California coastal city selling 0.01-acre property for $18G
  201. Zac Efron charms, chills as Ted Bundy in ‘Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile’ trailer
  202. Why India’s rich don’t give their money away
  203. ‘The Twilight Zone’ has bumpy takeoff in Jordan Peele’s CBS All Access reboot
  204. Kylie Jenner admits that she’s not ‘technically’ a self-made billionaire after all
  205. Even with IPO billions, can Uber and Lyft survive long to enough to replace their drivers with machines?
  206. Fueled by climate change, extreme weather disasters hit 62 million people in 2018, U.N. says
  207. Chick-fil-A pulled from Buffalo airport after company’s alleged ‘anti-LGBTQ rhetoric’ sparks backlash
  208. Google suspended from LGBTQ equality index after failing to remove controversial app
  209. Can men get postnatal depression?
  210. Does having a higher IQ than Einstein guarantee success?
  211. Justices reject new colleague’s arguments in fraud case
  212. Lyft valued at $24bn ahead of share market debut
  213. Boeing’s Max jet lobbying part of Transportation Department probe
  214. Trump says Google committed to US military, not China
  215. How to create a period-friendly workplace
  216. Who lives or dies in ‘Avengers: Endgame’? Every superhero’s chance of survival, ranked
  217. Airbus secures multi-billion dollar jet order from China
  218. ‘The Voice’ Battle Rounds: This Adele duet will give you goosebumps
  219. Mom wants change after baby dies from meningitis. ‘We wanted to climb mountains with her’
  220. Apple launches its own credit card
  221. Serious journalists should be proud of — not bullied over — their Russia reporting
  222. Nintendo may soon add a cheaper and a more powerful Switch to its lineup, report says
  223. American Airlines passenger urinated on fellow traveler’s luggage, police say
  224. Boeing Max flight cancellations to continue for US travelers
  225. With its ties in Washington, Boeing has taken over more and more of the FAA’s job
  226. Hopes rise for male contraceptive pill breakthrough
  227. Elizabeth Warren calls for release of taxpayer-funded Mueller report
  228. Apple takes aim at Netflix with TV and news service
  229. The 30 best makeup, nail and hair products under £15
  230. Why does the exterior paint keep blistering, even after sanding and re-painting?
  231. Carolyn Hax: A husband’s old list is definitely a con for her
  232. A brutal attack almost killed her husband. It transformed Abby Maslin into a different person.
  233. Miss Manners: Get creative in looking for privacy in a small home
  234. Nike fined by EU for restrictions on football merchandise sales
  235. Fleabag dressing: how the Phoebe Waller-Bridge character became a style inspiration Fleabag dressing: how the Phoebe Waller-Bridge character became a style inspiration
  236. GM stages $1.4 billion U.S. investment announcement to appease Trump
  237. Facebook says it left ‘hundreds of millions’ of users’ passwords stored in plain text
  238. Thermo Fisher to buy Brammer Bio for $1.7B
  239. UPS eyes in-home health services with US vaccine project
  240. Chick-fil-A banned from San Antonio airport over alleged ‘legacy of anti-LGBTQ behavior’
  241. Ex-Autonomy boss Mike Lynch denies new US charges
  242. How I’m teaching my tween to take the high road, one step at a time
  243. Bronchiolitis: ‘I thought it was just a cold at first’
  244. Ask Amy: Reader offers a welcome update to past advice
  245. Asia stocks: Markets sink as global growth jitters spread
  246. ‘American Idol’: Katy Perry breaks down in tears during contestant’s tribute to his mom
  247. Lisa Wardell walked into a meeting with 14 white, male bankers — and she ran the room
  248. ‘The Brexodus is under way’: meet the Brits leaving the UK ‘The Brexodus is under way’: meet the Brits leaving the UK
  249. Top films at the box office for the weekend of March 22-24, 2019
  250. The Disney-Fox giant in six charts
  251. 8chan looks like a terrorist recruiting site after the New Zealand shootings. Should the government treat it like one?
  252. In defense of cable, and the joy of scrolling up and down a remote
  253. Carolyn Hax: A husband’s old list is definitely a con for her
  254. Brompton x CHPT3: ‘A folding bike that will appeal even to ex-pro racers’
  255. My wife believes it is normal to lose interest in sex post-menopause – but I disagree
  256. ‘Mum gave so much’: Jess Mills on her mother, Tessa Jowell ‘Mum gave so much’: Jess Mills on her mother, Tessa Jowell
  257. Mueller report does not have proof of Trump crimes: Justice Department
  258. Angelina: ‘Curious and thoughtful’ – restaurant review
  259. Staffing shortage at Education Department’s loan default units frustrates struggling borrowers
  260. Neo-Nazis hijacked Papa John’s brand. Can Shaq take it back?
  261. Shaquille O’Neal joins Papa John’s board, invests in 9 restaurants
  262. How the free market, and not Wall Street, can ensure more Americans share in prosperity
  263. Potent cannabis increases risk of serious mental illness, says study
  264. Home alone with the baby… and gruesome Scandi crime drama
  265. Ketamine: can it really be an antidepressant? Ketamine: can it really be an antidepressant?
  266. Shaquille O’Neal joins Papa John’s board, invests in 9 restaurants
  267. Is it worth getting a coach rather than the train to save money?
  268. Indoor plants that move out for the summer
  269. Ocasio-Cortez hits back at Jamie Dimon after Green New Deal criticism
  270. Bill Gates just joined Jeff Bezos in ultra-exclusive $100 billion club
  271. Boeing is in crisis. What does it need to tell shareholders?
  272. Jazz legend Carla Bley delivers a night of beauty and magic at the Atlas
  273. My life in sex: the woman who grew up in the porn industry
  274. A vegan YouTube star went to Bali. A video of her there brought her platform crashing down.
  275. For Women’s History Month, honoring the sisters in the City of Brotherly Love
  276. Why the NHS wants patients to poo, pee and be sick
  277. World’s most expensive city in 2019 is a 3-way tie
  278. Brexit: Port of Dover warns of travel disruption risk
  279. Volvo says in-car cameras will monitor drivers and take action to prevent distracted or impaired driving
  280. Can Apple compete with Netflix on streaming?
  281. Cities where Americans have the most cash left over after paying their mortgages
  282. Google hit with €1.5bn fine from EU over advertising
  283. These Oscar party recipes are as good as gold
  284. Chef José Andrés will be a presenter at the Oscars
  285. Tesla CEO Elon Musk: Cars will have ‘full self-driving’ features by the end of the year
  286. Google mistakenly forgot to tell users that Nest Secure comes with built-in microphone
  287. Why did Stonehenge’s massive rocks come from Wales, 180 miles away?
  288. House banking panel to grill Wells Fargo CEO solo
  289. Miss Manners: Head off cheating with a new team rule
  290. Oil prices hit 2019 highs amid supply cuts, trade talk hopes
  291. Alexa Chung’s crisis dress code: tights and rollneck
  292. Police: Two brothers told investigators they were paid by Jussie Smollett to stage attack
  293. Five of the best archaeology walks in the UK Five of the best archaeology walks in the UK
  294. Elon Musk tweets progress of SpaceX rocket landing on “Of course I still love you” dock
  295. Miss Manners: Serve the cherry-picking guest yourself
  296. ‘How a smartphone saved my mother’s life’
  297. Morrisons faces women’s equal pay action
  298. These are the 20 richest towns in the US
  299. Democrat 2020 hopefuls press Trump to sink T-Mobile, Sprint $26.5 billion merger
  300. The hate the internet gives: More than half of Americans have been targeted by online hate and harassment, study finds
  301. Peloton takes steps toward IPO
  302. Immigration handbook features only one in five female role models
  303. Here’s how much wealthy Americans pay in taxes
  304. Corroded saltshaker tops? You can restore the original look.
  305. ‘The Lego Movie 2’ opens No. 1 but everything is not awesome
  306. ‘I invented my dream job: puppy transporter’
  307. How to turn rhubarb into a Valentine’s drink
  308. ‘I’m growing my reselling business, but I’d like my own brand’
  309. Jeff Bezos accuses National Enquirer parent of ‘extortion and blackmail’ attempt
  310. Talk is not cheap when it comes to love and money
  311. Apple escalates war against Facebook and its privacy practices
  312. Ask Amy: Boyfriend disappears into dark web
  313. Alyssa Milano, Chrissy Teigen and more celebs react to President Trump’s State of the Union
  314. Apple’s top retail exec to leave amid iPhone sales slowdown
  315. Adam Levine’s Super Bowl nipple reveal prompts backlash
  316. From dorm to dominance: Growing pains as Facebook turns 15
  317. Is your computer hurting you? Check out these ‘ergonomic’ tips
  318. Meet the setter: Cullen/Smurf
  319. McDonald’s customer calls police after employee put onions on his Big Mac, gets arrested
  320. Are you an evil genius? How dishonesty can make you more creative Are you an evil genius? How dishonesty can make you more creative
  321. Hong Kong makes record seizure of pangolin scales, ivory
  322. YouTube is changing its algorithms to stop recommending conspiracies
  323. Amazon has another ‘Prime’ holiday: Profit tops $3 billion
  324. China appeals to US to accept its technology progress
  325. Americans think about food 240 hours per year, study says
  326. Microsoft cloud push powers ongoing growth
  327. Apple says sales fell in the first quarter
  328. Blue Origin shoots NASA experiments into space in test
  329. Sinclair debuts streaming service for its local TV stations
  330. Shutdown makes it tough for groups to help endangered whales
  331. Ask Amy: Parents disagree on being called by their first names
  332. This golden retriever who had a maternity shoot just gave birth to her puppies and we can’t handle the cuteness
  333. Oxford suspends research funding from China’s Huawei
  334. Mindy Kaling’s sweet, subversive ‘Late Night’ is this year’s Sundance crowd-pleaser
  335. You can get an amazing deal on a KitchenAid stand mixer
  336. Police arrest 19 people over FGM gang attacks on women in Uganda
  337. Killer sudoku 642
  338. Tribal land known for waterfalls won’t allow tour guides
  339. Liam Charles’ recipe for power-up bars
  340. In Ethiopia, your holiday really can change lives In Ethiopia, your holiday really can change lives
  341. Even with price hikes from Netflix and Hulu, streaming still cheaper than cable
  342. No screen time: Tonga faces weeks of internet disruption
  343. Russell Brand’s ‘inept’ parenting is unacceptable and not at all cute
  344. Rocking like a baby promotes better sleep in adults
  345. BlackRock’s Larry Fink rattles employees amid political posturing
  346. What happens to federal workers’ insurance during a shutdown?
  347. General Mills recalls some flour over salmonella concerns
  348. No screen time: Tonga faces weeks of internet disruption
  349. The Covington students and the calculated art of making people uncomfortable.
  350. How anonymous tweets helped ignite a national controversy over MAGA hat teens
  351. Family says hacked Nest camera warned them of North Korean missile attack
  352. From chowder to chicken wings, 5 Whole30 recipes to keep you motivated
  353. ‘Dog the Bounty Hunter’s Beth Chapman shares selfie after starting chemo: It’s ‘only hair’
  354. Snapchat fires 2 execs after alleged sexual misconduct
  355. ‘Fifty Shades’ author E L James announces new erotic novel ‘The Mister’
  356. Report: Facebook’s privacy lapses may result in record fine
  357. Yotam Ottolenghi’s orange recipes
  358. 5 nonalcoholic cocktail recipes that are worth making even after Dry January is over
  359. 10 of the best ethical travel companies 10 of the best ethical travel companies
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  1. OVERVIEW. Automotive Observer, LLC (“Automotive Observer”, “we”, “us”, or “our”) operates the following list of healthcare, wellness and fitness-related websites: http://automotiveobserver.com (individually a “Site”; collectively, the “Sites”). Unless otherwise expressly stated, these terms and conditions are the “Terms of Use” for the Sites and represent a legally binding agreement between you and us regarding your use of our Sites. Your legal agreement with us also includes our Privacy Policy and any other applicable terms and conditions that we disclose or notify you of when you use or attempt to use our Sites (“Additional Terms”). For example, when you sign up for the Healthy News 24/7 news program, there may be Additional Terms which apply to that program. Our Sites include all web pages within each Site and also include backup, mirror, replacement or substitute sites or pages we make available as part of the services we provide. We will refer to each and every feature, function, service, activity, promotion and content on our Sites, individually and/or collectively as “Content” and when we use the term “Site” it also includes Content unless we specifically say otherwise. Any terms used but not defined herein are defined in our Privacy Policy. We may refer to you or any individual that uses our Sites as “you” or “your” or a “user.” If we use the term “Site,” in addition to us, that term means and includes our sponsors, affiliates, suppliers, promotional partners, operational service providers, agents and representatives. When you see the word “use” or “using” we mean any time you, directly or indirectly, attempt to or actually do access, interact, display, view, browse, print, copy, transmit, receive or exchange data, messages, content or you otherwise communicate with us or anyone else, including another user, advertiser or any person, firm or business you may encounter on or through any of our Sites. We will also consider you to be using our Sites if you utilize, benefit, take advantage of or interact with any Content in, on or available through any of our Sites, for any purpose, or if you try to do any of these things. If you use any of our Sites you agree and acknowledge that (i) you have read and understand the legal agreement you have with us, including these Terms of Use, our Privacy Policy and any Additional Terms; (ii) that unless you immediately stop using or trying to use all of our Sites, you will be signifying your agreement to be legally bound by and comply with all of the terms and conditions that apply to you under these Terms of Use; and (iii) you must be at least 18 years old or the age of majority in your jurisdiction, if different. If you are under the age of majority in your jurisdiction then you may only use the Sites with your parent or legal guardian’s permission. As set forth in our Privacy Policy, our Sites are – 2 – not intended for children under the age of 13 and we do not knowingly solicit or collect Personal Information (as that term is defined in the Privacy Policy) from children under the age of 13.
  2. WE CAN CHANGE OUR SITES AND OUR TERMS OF USE. We reserve the right, at any time and from time to time, for any reason in our sole discretion, to add to, delete or modify any or all the terms of the Terms of Use that apply to you, as well as any of our Sites and/or any Content. We display the effective date of these Terms of Use at the top of this page. If you use any of the affected Sites after the changes become effective, it means you are agreeing to be bound by the changes. You should check on a regular and frequent basis and review the terms and conditions that apply to you so you are aware of the current rights and obligations that apply to you.
  3. PRIVACY. Our Privacy Policy is available on this Site, and by accessing any of our Sites, you are agreeing to be bound by the Privacy Policy. The Privacy Policy and any Additional Terms, along with the Terms of Use, form a part of our agreement with you. Read our Privacy Policy carefully since it describes, among other things, how we collect and use information we obtain when you use our Sites.
  4. HEALTH INFORMATION DISCLAIMER. The Content on our Sites is presented in a summary fashion, and is intended to be used for informational purposes only. The Content is not intended to be and should not be interpreted as a recommendation for a specific treatment plan, product, course of action or medical or healthcare provider. Your use of our Sites does not create a doctor / patient relationship. Automotive Observer IS NOT A HEALTH CARE PROVIDER. OUR SITES DO NOT OFFER MEDICAL ADVICE AND NOTHING CONTAINED IN THE CONTENT IS INTENDED TO CONSTITUTE PROFESSIONAL ADVICE FOR MEDICAL DIAGNOSIS OR TREATMENT. You should not use our Sites to diagnose a health or fitness problem or disease. Use of our Sites does not replace medical consultations with a qualified health or medical professional to meet the health and medical needs of you or any other party. We disclaim all responsibility for the professional qualifications and licensing of, and services provided by, any physician or other health provider referred to on our Sites and/or any Third Party (as defined in our Privacy Policy) website. Never disregard the medical advice of a physician or health professional, or delay in seeking such advice, because of something you read on our Sites. Although we strive to ensure that the information we provide on our Sites is correct, we cannot guarantee that it is always accurate and up-todate. We offer our Sites AS IS and without any warranties.
  5. OWNERSHIP OF CONTENT AND LICENSE TO YOUR CONTENT. Each of our Sites and, except as described below, all Content, is either the property of Automotive Observer or the property of our licensors, third party authors, developers, operational service providers, advertisers, vendors, or users (collectively, “Third Party Providers”) and are legally protected, without limitation, under U.S. federal and state laws and regulations, as well as applicable foreign laws, regulations and treaties. To avoid any doubt, when we use “Content” it includes, but isn’t limited to, such things as software, code, design, text, images, photographs, illustrations, animations, audio, video and audio-visual material, art, graphic material, proprietary information, data, databases, service marks, trademarks, trade names, distinctive identification such as logos, the selection, sequence, “look and feel” and arrangement of items and all copyrightable or otherwise legally protectable elements of any and all of our Sites. All product names, company names, marks, logos, and symbols may be the trademarks of their respective owners. You keep ownership to any and all Content that is yours and if you submit or provide Content to any of our Sites, these Terms of Use do not deprive you or any holder of your or their rights. However, when you do submit or provide Content to us or any of our Sites, you are giving us an unconditional, irrevocable, transferable, royalty free worldwide license to use, display, reproduce, perform, adapt, – 3 – translate, modify, create derivative works, publish, distribute, disseminate and/or broadcast that Content (“license”) and you are representing and warranting to us you have all necessary rights, consents, and/or permissions to give us such license. If you do not have the right to license Content to us (or if you are not sure), do not submit or provide Content to us. You may only use our Content and Content of Third Party Providers for your own personal use and you have no right to transfer, assign or use the Content for any other purpose or allow or enable anyone else to do so. Personal use means nothing commercial or even charitable, whether or not money or other compensation or consideration is involved and whether or not it is for your benefit or for someone else. This also means you are not allowed to use, display, reproduce, perform, adapt, translate, modify, create derivative works, publish, distribute, disseminate and/or broadcast Content that is not yours without our express prior written consent. You may not alter, delete or conceal copyright or other notices, even if we let you download, display, print or share the Content with others. Unauthorized or prohibited use of Content may subject you to civil liability, criminal prosecution, or both under federal, state and local laws. Notwithstanding the foregoing, please also see section 6 in our Privacy Policy entitled “PUBLIC POSTINGS” about protecting your Personal Information.
  6. POSTING. Some or all of our Sites may allow you to register, create a profile or account and enable you to submit, provide, furnish, transmit, exchange, communicate and/or display Content (referred to as “Posting” or “Postings”). By Posting, you represent that you own or have the right to engage in the Posting and you specifically agree your Posting shall not violate any law or regulation, our Terms of Use or the rights of others. In addition, by registering or creating a profile or account, you may be automatically subscribed to receive certain email notifications and Content from us (“Automatic Communications”), or we may give you the option to select and receive certain email notifications and Content from us (“Voluntary Communications”). You will always have the option to unsubscribe from Voluntary Communications and promotional Automatic Communications (See section 10 in our Privacy Policy entitled “REMOVAL OF YOUR INFORMATION/OPTING OUT”). You are solely responsible and liable for any Postings made under your user ID, name, e-mail address, password and/or your registration, subscription and/or profile information. Postings do not reflect our views and we do not represent or warrant the truthfulness, accuracy, or reliability of any Posting, nor do we endorse or support any opinions or ideas expressed in any Posting. Unless and until you notify us that you know or suspect the security of your user identification, login and password may have been compromised, so are Postings made by anyone else if they are using your registration, profile, user account or login identification or password and you will defend and indemnify us (See the section entitled “YOU INDEMNIFY US” below) for any such Postings. If you determine or suspect someone using your user identification or login and password, please notify us immediately at [email protected]
  7. USAGE RULES. We reserve the right to deny you access to any and all parts of our Sites for any reason, and at our sole discretion. We do not assume any responsibility to monitor the Postings on our Sites for accuracy or unacceptable use, nor will any Posting be authenticated or endorsed by us. We encourage you to report offensive or illegal content by contacting us at [email protected] and we reserve the right to block transmission of, and or remove any Posting that you make for any reason, and without prior notice to you. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, you expressly acknowledge and agree any Postings that you make to our Sites are not confidential and that the following rules shall apply to your use of our Sites. You may never use, allow or enable others to use our Sites or knowingly condone use of our Sites to do or attempt to: – 4 – • violate any laws, regulations, judicial or governmental order, treaties or our rights or the rights of any other person, firm or enterprise; • engage in conduct which is or could be considered libelous, defamatory, indecent, vulgar, obscene, pornographic, sexually explicit or sexually suggestive, racially, culturally or ethnically offensive, harmful, bullying, harassing, intimidating, threatening, hateful, objectionable, discriminatory or abusive; • impersonate any other person, firm or enterprise or any of our or their employees and agents or otherwise use any fake, false, or fictitious names or profiles, or ; • use our Sites for Posting or otherwise using malicious or unauthorized code, (e.g., viruses, time bombs, cancel bots, worms, Trojan horses, spyware) or other potentially harmful material or information or in any way interrupt, damage, interfere with, destroy or limit the functionality of any computer software or hardware or communication equipment, including our Sites; • gain unauthorized use of our Sites, other users’ accounts, names, login or password information, Personal Information or use our Sites in any manner which violates or is inconsistent with the provisions or spirit of our Terms of Use; • modify, disrupt, impair, alter or interfere with the use, features, functions, operation or maintenance of our Sites or the rights or use and enjoyment of our Sites by any other person, firm or enterprise; • collect, obtain, compile, scrape, frame, gather, transmit, reproduce, delete, revise, view or display the Site, the Content, or any material or information, whether personally identifiable or not, submitted, provided or made available by or concerning any other person, firm or enterprise; • engage in any activity or fail to report any activity involving SPAM, junk e-mail, chain letters, duplicative or unsolicited messages, or so- called “spamming” and “phishing” or other similar schemes; or • use our Site or any Content for commercial or business purposes, including advertising, marketing, selling or offering goods or services, whether or not for financial benefit or any other form of compensation or consideration or through linking with any other website or web pages; or • use any robot, spider or other automated means to access, scrape, harvest, or mine our Sites, the Content, or the services for any reason without our prior written consent.
  8. REVIEW OF POSTINGS. We reserve the right to remove, reject, or delete any Postings made to the Site, but we assume no responsibility for doing so or monitoring Postings. We do not and cannot review all Postings made to the Site and are not responsible for such Postings, regardless of whether at any time we choose in our sole discretion, to monitor or remove Postings on our Sites.
  9. TRADEMARKS. Unless otherwise disclosed, all of the trademarks, service marks, and logos displayed on our Sites (the “Trademarks”) are registered and unregistered trademarks of Automotive Observer, its – 5 – affiliates, or Third Party Providers. Nothing on our Sites should be construed as granting, by implication, estoppel, or otherwise, any license or right in and to the Trademarks without our express written permission or the express written permission of the applicable third party. Except as expressly provided in these Terms of Use, any use of the Trademarks is expressly prohibited.
  10. PROCEDURES FOR CLAIMED COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT. We respect the intellectual property rights of others, and ask that you do the same. If you believe that your work has been copied in a way that constitutes copyright infringement, in accordance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, please provide the following information to our agent: (a) an electronic or physical signature of the person authorized to act on behalf of the copyright owner; (b) a description of the copyrighted work that you claim has been infringed; (c) a description of where the material you claim is infringing is located on the Site; (d) your address, telephone number, and email address; (e) a statement that you have a good faith belief that the disputed use is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law; and (f) a statement made by you, under the penalty of perjury, that the above information in your notice is accurate and that you are the copyright owner or duly authorized to act on the copyright owners behalf. Our agent may be contacted as follows: Automotive Observer, LLC 1115 NW 11th St, Corvallis, OR 97330 Attn: Office of Compliance e-mail: [email protected]
  11. INDEMNIFICATION. By using our Sites, you agree to defend any or all of the Automotive Observer Entities against any demands, claims or actions arising out of or as a result of: (i) your breach or violation of our Terms of Use; (ii) your use of the Site or Content; (iii) any violations of law and regulation; and (iv) claims of infringement, misappropriation or violation of the rights of others in connection with your Postings (“Claim”). You shall indemnify and hold the Automotive Observer Entities harmless from and against any and all losses, damages, costs and expenses, including attorneys’ fees, resulting from any such Claim. We have the right, at any time, to assume the defense against any Claim and all negotiations for settlement and compromise and you agree to cooperate with us in any such defense. When we use the phrase “you will defend and indemnify us” anywhere in our Terms of Use, it means and refers to the foregoing provisions of this section of our Terms of Use.
  12. DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES; LIMITATION OF LIABILITY. ALTHOUGH WE MAY UPDATE THE CONTENT ON OUR SITES FROM TIME TO TIME, PLEASE NOTE THAT MEDICAL AND FITNESS INFORMATION CHANGES RAPIDLY. THEREFORE, SOME OF THE INFORMATION MAY BE OUT OF DATE AND/OR MAY CONTAIN ERRORS OR INACCURACIES. YOU RELY ON THE INFORMATION AT YOUR OWN RISK. OUR SITES AND THE CONTENT ARE MADE AVAILABLE “AS IS” AND “AS AVAILABLE”, WITHOUT ANY REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING ANY WARRANTIES OF TITLE, NON- INFRINGEMENT, MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. THERE IS NO GUARANTY OR ASSURANCE THAT ALL OR ANY PART OF OUR SITES WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR USE, PERFORM AS DESCRIBED OR THAT OUR SITES AND THE CONTENT ARE ACCURATE, TIMELY, COMPLETE OR ERROR FREE AND YOU SHOULD NOT RELY ON OUR SITES OR ANY CONTENT FOR ANY DECISIONS OR ACTIONS YOU MAY OR MAY NOT CHOOSE TO MAKE OR TAKE. WE ARE NEITHER RESPONSIBLE NOR LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGE TO YOU OR YOUR PROPERTY, LOSS OF DATA, INABILITY TO ACCESS OR USE THE SITES OR THE CONTENT, EVEN IF DUE TO MALICIOUS OR UNAUTHORIZED CODE. YOU ARE SOLELY – 6 – RESPONSIBLE FOR ENSURING YOU HAVE APPROPRIATE MECHANISMS TO PROTECT AND SECURE YOUR EQUIPMENT, PROGRAMS AND INFORMATION BECAUSE YOU, NOT US, ARE ASSUMING ALL RISK OF LOSS OR DAMAGE THAT MAY ARISE OR BE ASSOCIATED WITH USE OF OUR SITES. TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMITTED BY LAW, WE DISCLAIM ALL LIABILITY FOR LOSS, DAMAGE, COST AND/OR EXPENSE OF ANY KIND IN CONNECTION WITH OR ARISING FROM USE OF OUR SITES, OUR TERMS OF USE, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, DIRECT, COMPENSATORY, CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY AND PUNITIVE DAMAGES, REGARDLESS OF THE FORM OF ACTION OR BASIS OF THE CLAIM AND WHETHER OR NOT A PARTY HAS BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF DAMAGES. SOME JURISDICTIONS DO NOT ALLOW EXCLUSIONS OF CERTAIN WARRANTIES OR LIMITATIONS ON CERTAIN DAMAGES, SO SOME OF THESE EXCLUSIONS AND LIMITATIONS MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. IF ANY LIMITATION OR EXCLUSION OF DAMAGES OR LIABILITY IS PROHIBITED OR RESTRICTED BY LAW, WE SHALL BE ENTITLED TO THE MAXIMUM LIMITATIONS AND EXCLUSIONS PERMITTED; HOWEVER, IN NO EVENT SHALL OUR TOTAL LIABILITY TO YOU EXCEED ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS ($100).
  13. THIRD PARTY LINKS. Our Sites may contain links to or advertisements for websites operated by Third Parties. The links to and advertisements concerning Third Party websites are provided for your convenience only. We do not control such third party websites and we are not responsible for the content and performance of these third party websites or for your transactions with them. Our inclusion of links to or advertisements for such Third Party websites does not imply any endorsement of the material, products or services on such third party websites or any association with their operators. See section 7 of our Privacy Policy entitled “ADVERTISERS, CO-SPONSORS AND LINKS” for more information about links to Third Party websites.
  14. GEOGRAPHIC DISCLAIMER. Our Sites are intended for users who are U.S. residents. Access to our Sites and the Content may not be legal for some persons or in some countries outside the United States. If you elect to access and use our Sites and Content from outside of the United States, you do so at your own risk and are solely responsible for complying with all applicable laws and regulations.
  15. CHOICE OF LAW. Our Terms of Use shall be construed and enforced under the laws of the State of New York applicable to parties resident in and contracts made, executed and wholly performed within the State of New York. You specifically agree and submit to the jurisdiction of the State and Federal Courts situated in the State, City and County of New York and you will not object to jurisdiction or venue on the grounds of lack of personal jurisdiction, inconvenient forum or otherwise. The Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act does not apply to our Terms of Use. IN ANY ACTION OR PROCEEDING COMMENCED TO ENFORCE ANY RIGHT OR OBLIGATION UNDER THIS AGREEMENT, YOUR USE OF OUR SITES OR WITH RESPECT TO THE SUBJECT MATTER HEREOF, YOU HEREBY WAIVE ANY RIGHT YOU MAY NOW HAVE OR HEREAFTER POSSESS TO A TRIAL BY JURY.
  16. MISCELLANEOUS. Our Terms of Use, together with our Privacy Policy and any Additional Terms that apply to you constitute the entire agreement you have with us regarding our Sites, Content and other subject matter set forth herein and supersede any and all prior or inconsistent understandings that may apply to the subject matter. If, for any reason, we believe, have reason to believe, suspect or are notified of any act, omission or circumstances which may or could compromise or endanger the health, well-being or safety of any person, cause or lead to damage to persons or property (tangible or intangible), adversely affects, infringes upon or misappropriates the rights of others, harasses or interferes with any other user or person, firm or enterprise, interferes with or bypasses our security or other protective measures applicable to our systems, networks and communications capabilities, breaches or violates our Terms of Use, Privacy Policy, Additional Terms, our Sites, Content or violates – 7 – any law or regulation, we have the right, reserving cumulatively all other rights and remedies available to us at law, in equity and under our agreement with you, to report and provide information to any and all regulatory and law enforcement authorities and agencies and take any action permitted by law.
  17. The illegality, invalidity or unenforceability of any term or condition is severable and shall not affect the rest of the Terms of Use. Headings are purely for reference and shall not affect the meaning of any term or condition. Any provision which must survive to allow us to enforce its meaning shall survive termination. ASSIGNMENT. We may assign our rights and duties under this agreement to any party at any time without notice to you. You may not assign this agreement to anyone else.

WAIVERS OF CERTAIN LEGAL RIGHTS. You agree that you will only sue us as an individual. You agree that you will not file a class action, or participate in a class action. You and we agree that any dispute between us can only be brought in binding individual (non-class) arbitration to be administered by the American Arbitration Association (“AAA”). If, for any reason, AAA is not available, you or we may file our case with any national arbitration company. No claim or action relating in any way to this Terms of Use, our Privacy Policy, Additional Terms, our Sites, Content or otherwise with respect to the subject matter, regardless of form or the basis of the claim, may be brought by you more than one (1) year after the cause of action has arisen (or if multiple causes, from the date the first such cause of action arose). 19. NOTICE. We may deliver notice to you under this agreement by means of electronic mail, a general notice on the Site, or by written communication delivered by first class U.S. mail to your address on record in your account information, if any. You may give notice to us at any time by letter delivered by first class postage prepaid U.S. mail or overnight courier to the following address: Automotive Observer, LLC 1115 NW 11th St, Corvallis, OR 97330 Attn: General Counsel 20. CONTACT US. If you have any questions about our Terms of Use, please contact us at: [email protected]

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