The great Melania Trump mystery. Does she really care? | Arwa Mahdawi
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The first lady is sending very mixed signals on migrant children writes Guardian columnist Arwa Mahdawi
A bear broke into a home to look for candy, and it was his sixth time visiting
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The couple had been out for around an hour, and when they returned, one of their friends spotted this snack-stealing intruder through a window.
The missing machine gun that got an Air Force colonel fired was found off base — in an airman's house
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The machine gun was found missing about two weeks after airmen from the same unit lost a box of grenades, and the errors led to a colonel at the base being reassigned.
Intel CEO resigns after investigation finds he had past relationship with employee
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Intel's CEO, Brian Krzanich, resigned on Thursday, the company said in an announcement.
The NHS, Windrush and the debt we owe to immigration | Gary Younge
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Seventy years after Windrush and the founding of the health service, it’s time to learn the lesson: migrants are good for you, says Gary Younge
Are we at Brexit yet? May’s indecision means we’re still in the car park | Polly Toynbee
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With a shambolic Brexit of worsening failures on the table, the people must march on Saturday to get a say in what happens, says Guardian columnist Polly Toynbee
Deadly violence in Mexico is intensifying, and May set an all-time record
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Deadly violence in Mexico has risen steadily over the past three years, and much of the killing has been attributed to the cartels and gangs have proliferated in the country over that period.
Saboteur or whistleblower? Battle between Elon Musk and former Tesla employee turns ugly, exposing internal rancor
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That showdown has exposed deep rancor at a tech giant that has become infamous for its head-turning cars, high-pressure workloads ? and Musk, its unyielding boss.
Why I’m turning down Theresa May’s invitation to celebrate Windrush | Gus John
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As a Caribbean migrant to the UK, I stand with those who have suffered in the ‘hostile environment’, says the academic and campaigner Gus John
The economy is cruising. Will Trump’s tariffs knock it off stride?
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Economists fear a global trade war could wipe out growth resulting from tax cuts and deregulation
In a significant blow to Manafort's defense, a federal judge struck down his motion to suppress evidence against him in the Russia probe
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US District Judge Amy Berman Jackson struck down a motion from Paul Manafort, the former chairman of President Donald Trump's campaign, to suppress evidence obtained against him following the FBI's search of a storage locker belonging to his consulting firm.
The Trump administration will reportedly stop criminally prosecuting migrant families that cross the border illegally
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The Trump administration is reportedly suspending criminal prosecution of migrant families that cross the US-Mexico border illegally. The White House hasn't officially commented on the report. The development came a day after President Trump ended his administration's family separation practice.
Housing Is the Least Affordable in 10 Years — Here’s What’s to Blame
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Housing affordability is stretched and getting worse. Homes are the least affordable since the third quarter of 2008, when the financial crisis erupted.
Iconic SC Dome Designed to Weather Hurricanes Storms Onto the Market for $5M
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A dome-shaped house called “Eye of the Storm” has come on the market on Sullivan's Island, SC. It was built in 1991 specifically to weather hurricanes.
New mothers, welcome to a world of guilt | Diana Evans
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From breastfeeding to ‘helicopter parenting’, giving birth transports women into a life full of shaming and judgment, says novelist Diana Evans
Luxe $65M Soho Penthouse Is the Week's Most Expensive New Listing
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A three-level penthouse in Manhattan’s Soho neighborhood now on the market for $65 million is the most expensive new listing on realtor.com this week. 
How Do You Get People to Believe in Your Business? Tell a Good Story.
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A lot of people have good ideas -- but it's often those with the best stories who are able to set themselves apart.
Belgians are lazy, fat drunkards, John Cleese? Hold my beer | Emma Beddington
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The grouchy Monty Python star didn’t take to the people of Hasselt on his latest tour. He could at least have been accurate in his insults, says freelance writer Emma Beddington
What Trump's Proposed Government Overhaul Means for Home Buyers
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President Donald Trump's plan to shrink the government could have a big impact on the housing market, particularly for lower- and middle-income buyers.
Book Promotion: Do This, Not That – June 2018 - The Book Designer
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More and more authors are seeing that the ADD TO CART button does not place an order with the author/publisher like it used to. For this month’s Book Promotion: DO THIS NOT THAT we will focus on the Amazon ADD TO CART button and what we can do.
Scandals like Gosport will be repeated until government targets are banned | Simon Jenkins
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Something is rotten when lone whistleblowers are relied on to enforce good behaviour in the NHS, writes Simon Jenkins
What Swedish Death Cleaning your office looks like - The American Genius
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(PRODUCTIVITY) If you need any motivation to clear the clutter check out dostadning, aka Swedish Death Cleaning. It won't kill you but it'll make you feel super metal while you clean.
Facebook expands its fact-checking tools but says its work ‘will never be finished’
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The social network will work to identify images that have been manipulated to depict something that did not occur and those taken out of context.
DealBook Briefing: Disney’s Smart New Move to Beat Comcast in the Fight for Fox
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The cable giant is struggling in the competition to acquire Rupert Murdoch’s media empire, and time for a comeback could be running out.
Theresa May's brutal family separations would make Trump blush | Satbir Singh
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Ripping children and parents apart has long been a specialty of Britain’s cruel immigration system – as I know too well
It can cost more for a checking account if you’re black or Latino, study says
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Not only can it be more expensive for black and brown consumers to obtain home and car loans, but also it can cost them substantially more for services as basic as opening and maintaining a checking account.
A Worm That Can Really, Really Get Under Your Skin
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And once it's there, it moves around. And around. There's a new report on the worm out this week in the New England Journal of Medicine.
Oppenheim Law Feature: The 10-Year Great Recession Revisited
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Roy Oppenheim was recently featured in an article by the Daily Business Review for the 10 year anniversary of the Great Recession of 2008, highlighting how the recession and foreclosure defense cases were Oppenheim's bread and butter while other real estate attorneys shied away from defending borrowers. Read the full story here.
More transparency and control in your Google Account
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The improved Google Account experience includes new features to more easily navigate your account, more prominent security and privacy options, and detailed summaries of relevant information associated with your account.
Kiwi gives multi-city travellers a new option
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Kiwi.com reworks its virtual interlining tech to give city-hopping travellers the cheapest way to visit multiple destinations on the same trip.
WATCH: In the retail ice age, why build a supermall?
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Retail nationwide is getting crushed. Thousands of stores have shuttered, with analysts predicting doom for hundreds more. But in the midst of all this turmoil, Florida is about to get a new megamall. How does that work? The Real Deal's Hiten Samtani sat down with Fox Business' Stuart Varney to d
More transparency and control in your Google Account
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The improved Google Account experience includes new features to more easily navigate your account, more prominent security and privacy options, and detailed summaries of relevant information associated with your account.
USC?s De?Anthony Melton, Chimezie Metu land in second round of NBA draft
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Defensive star Melton goes to Houston at No. 46, then San Antonio selects the athletic Metu three picks later. They are the first USC players to be drafted since Nikola Vucevic in 2011, ending the …
Celebrating Pride at Jama Software
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The idea of celebrating one’s own identity is a foundational premise to our company’s values for diversity and inclusion.
Aerial warfare: Corcoran Sunshine files $30M suit at Billionaires' Row supertall
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Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group is suing the developers of a supertall condominium at 111 West 57th Street for $30 million, alleging that self-sabot
Talent Pools: 4 Steps to Develop Your Employees - #HR Bartender
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Talent pools can offer ways to develop employee groups. These are often high performing or high potential talent. Reprint from SHRM's Recruiter Handbook.
The Small Club of Bank Executives Charged With Crisis-Era Crimes Just Got Bigger
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The conviction and sentencing of the former C.E.O. of Anglo Irish Bank adds one more member to an exclusive but disgraced list.
Activist investor wants Hudson's Bay to tap into its real estate potential
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It?s been almost a year since Jonathan Litt, founder of hedge fund Land & Buildings, pleaded for retail giant Hudson's Bay Company to change its w
High times of Jonas Heller: Broker charged with possessing 52 pounds of pot charted return to real estate
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When a Colorado State Trooper pulled over Jonas Heller on Interstate 70 in late December, he suspected ? or smelled ? much more than a Los Angeles real estate guy on a road trip. Heller, a former broker at the Agency who had helped close deals for Ryan Seacrest and Nicolas Cage, was allegedly tra
Why it's so hard to buy a house right now
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U.S. home prices are the least affordable in nearly a decade. Affordability this quarter fell to the lowest since late 2008, Bloomberg reported. In