Kaepernick Won. The NFL Lost.

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It doesn’t matter how much he made from the settlement announced on Friday; he bested the league.

Scientific Duo Gets Back To Basics To Make Childbirth Safer

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"I don't care, I believe Putin": Andrew McCabe claims Trump spurned U.S. intel on North Korea

axios.com 19h ago read 6626 shares
The former FBI deputy director says it happened in a White House briefing.

5 years in, HBO’s Last Week Tonight is a lot more than “just comedy”

vox.com 25h ago read 5425 shares
No matter what John Oliver says.

Mike Pence tried to 'bring greetings' from Trump to an audience of world leaders. The silence was deafening.

businessinsider.com 43h ago read 4975 shares
Vice President Mike Pence was met with several beats of silence when he mentioned President Donald Trump in a speech and paused for applause.

World stocks lifted to 2-1/2 month highs by trade optimism

reuters.com 10h ago read 3622 shares
London (Reuters) - Hopes of progress in Sino-U.S. trade talks and expectations of policy stimulus from central banks lifted world stocks to 2-1/2 month highs on Monday, though European gains were dampened by concerns over the car sector’s outlook.

Apple releasing ‘all-new’ 16-inch MacBook Pro and 32-inch 6K monitor this year, says report

theverge.com 17h ago read 3338 shares
A big year for Mac hardware.

The White House asked Japan’s prime minister to nominate Trump for a Nobel prize

qz.com 29h ago read 2698 shares
The US government "informally" asked Tokyo to nominate Trump, the Asahi Shimbun newspaper reported. Prime minister Shinzo Abe obliged.

Chappie in Apex Legends? Creators are down for it.

polygon.com 46h ago read 2142 shares
Stranger deals have been worked out over Twitter

OpenAI built a text generator so good, it’s considered too dangerous to release

techcrunch.com 26h ago read 1808 shares
A storm is brewing over a new language model, built by non-profit artificial intelligence research company OpenAI, which it says is so good at generating convincing, well-written text that it’s worried about potential abuse.

Becoming Greta: ‘Invisible Girl’ to Global Climate Activist, With Bumps Along the Way

nytimes.com 10h ago read 1585 shares
Like a modern-day Cassandra for the age of climate change, a Swedish girl's solitary act of civil disobedience has turned her into a mascot for climate action. But it's not easy being her.

How the Brain Keeps Its Memories in the Right Order

wired.com 31h ago read 1222 shares
A long-standing mystery in neuroscience is how the brain attaches a timestamp to our memories. Researchers now may have identified a neural mechanism.

The best places to buy a used phone

androidcentral.com 26h ago read 690 shares
Buying a used phone doesn't have to be overly complicated or stressful. Whether you want something cheap and unknown or a bit more pricey and guaranteed, we've got the top options for your buying needs!

The practical de-escalation of worry

seths.blog 33h ago read 487 shares
In order to maintain its power, common anxiety (sometimes called worrying) needs your help. Constant reminders, moments of conflict and concrete examples all pitch in to keep our worry on the warpath, amplifying it and further frazzling us.

Tidying up is not joyful but another misuse of Eastern ideas

aeon.co 9h ago read 485 shares
Folding T-shirts is not a path toward contentment: Tidying Up with Marie Kondo is only the latest misuse of Eastern ideas