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Vettel happy again after extending lead with Monaco GP win

MONACO (AP) — Sebastian Vettel stood out last season for his furious rants more than his slick driving. Six races into the new campaign, the Ferrari driver is no longer Formula One’s Mr. Angry, moving…

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Celebrate National Burger Day with best bacon burger in Arizona

Sunday is National Burger Day and what better way to celebrate than finding a signature bacon burger to celebrate Memorial Day weekend? (read more)

Frightening wreck knocks Scott Dixon out of Indianapolis 500

Pole sitter Scott Dixon was knocked out of the Indianapolis 500 on Sunday by a terrifying crash that saw his car fly over the car of Jay Howard and land atop the inside safety fence, where it split in two amid sparks and flames. Dixon's car was shredded by the retaining wall , but...

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Chelsea boss Conte defends 'honest' Victor Moses despite FA Cup final dive

"For sure, it's not a good situation to dive. But I repeat, Moses is an honest player and if it is, I don't think he wanted to [cheat] the referee." (read more)

Sri Lanka floods claim at least 151 lives

At least 151 people have been killed and 111 are missing due to flooding from monsoon rains across southwestern portions of Sri Lanka, according to the country's Ministry of Disaster Management. The severe weather has also displaced nearly half a million people, and triggered landslides throughout the country. Sri Lanka's Ministry of Foreign Affairs activated its Emergency Response Unit and called on the United Nations' International Search and Rescue Advisory Group (INSARAG) as well as neighboring countries to help in the recovery effort. The government has deployed 2,000 military personnel to affected areas.

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Walt Mossberg's Last Column Calls For Privacy and Security Laws

70-year-old Walt Mossberg wrote his last weekly column Thursday, looking back on how "we've all had a hell of a ride for the last few decades" and revisiting his famous 1991 pronouncement that "Personal computers are just too hard to use, and it isn't your fault." Not only were the interfaces confus...

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Statement by Special Agent in Charge Loren Cannon Regarding Transit Attack

Remarks as prepared for delivery by Special Agent Loren Cannon regarding Portland transit attack.

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Acquisitions accelerate as tech giants seek to build AI smarts

A total of 34 artificial intelligence startups were acquired in the first quarter of this year, more than twice the amount of activity in the year-ago quarter, according to the research firm CB Insights.

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North Korea’s latest ballistic missile launch lands in Japanese waters

SEOUL — North Korea on Monday fired an apparent ballistic missile off its east coast that landed in the waters of Japan’s economic zone, South Korean and Japanese officials said, the latest in a strin...

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4 Asian jewelers shaping design today

In Asia, the retail market has long been the preferred place to pick up jewelry. But an upcoming Christie's sale in Hong Kong is hoping to change all that.

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Cannes 2017: Top concierges share their best festival stories

CNN Travel sits down with Cannes' top concierges to talk outrageous tales and extraordinary careers.

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Kushner’s Relationship With Trump Testedas Russia Accusations Swirl

It is unclear how Jared Kushner’s high-profile woes will affect his hard-won partnership with his father-in-law, perhaps the most stable in an often unstable White House.

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North Korea test-fires another missile, US says

North Korea fired a short-range ballistic missile Monday morning that landed in the ocean, the US military said.

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The Dramatic Courtroom Demo Designed to Expose Arsenic Murders

The Marsh test involved fire, mirrors, and collective gasps.

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Hacking Go's type system · Dead Programs Tell No Lies

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Tasmanian skies turn technicolour as aurora australis arrives

Aurora australis lights again send shutterbugs into a frenzy across Tasmania but are they becoming more frequent?

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Senior P.G.A. Championship, Held at Trump National Golf Club, Draws Protests

Despite continuing criticism, President Trump has rejected calls to fully divest from his family’s golfing empire, which reportedly accounts for about half of his personal revenue.

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Man pleads guilty to 1984 rape, murder of Melbourne child Kylie Maybury

Victorian man Gregory Keith Davies, 74, pleads guilty to the rape and murder of six-year-old Kylie Maybury, who was taken from a Melbourne street in 1984.

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‘This is not the end’: Experimental therapy that targets genes gives cancer patients hope

Her doctors told her there was nothing more they could do. Then Stefanie Joho found genetics-based immunotherapy.

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Coca-Cola 600: Live updates, highlights from Charlotte Motor Speedway

Follow SN's live blog for highlights and updates from the Coca-Cola 600.

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Grades: Kevin Kisner tops Jordan Spieth, Jon Rahm at Dean & DeLuca Invitational

Spieth and Rahm couldn't overcome a final round 66 from Kisner (read more)

Portland stabbing victims include army vet and recent college graduate

Dozens of people gathered on Saturday around a circle of flowers and photos to honor a recent college graduate and an Army veteran who were fatally stabbed on a Portland commuter train. The two men were killed after they intervened when a man allegedly yelled what "would best be characterized as hate speech toward a variety of ethnicities and religions" at two women on a Metropolitan Area Express (MAX) light-rail train, Portland police Sgt. Pete Simpson said.

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Manchester City set to pay world record £34.9m for goalkeeper Ederson

Manchester City will pay a world record fee for a goalkeeper if the signing of Benfica’s 23-year-old Brazilian Ederson goes ahead

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Gong Yoo on becoming South Korea's leading man

A series of successful projects have seen the actor's fame skyrocket in recent years.

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Your Coffee Is From Where? California?

Farmers in Southern California are nurturing coffee bushes in what may be the first serious effort to commercialize beans from the contiguous United States.

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Gigster - Sales Development Representative

As a Sales Development Representative, you have the chance to be an early member of a growing sales team at an incredible company that is changing the way people build software. We’re looking for candidates with excellent communication skills and a desire to find new clients and opportunities. An understanding of technology products (web & mobile technologies) is a definite plus but not a requirement. As a trusted expert, you will consult potential customers to understand their needs and what kind of custom software they want to build as well as managing the relationship from introduction to handoff. We’re looking for exceptionally talented and motivated individuals to help us build the world’s best software at scale for thousands of clients. You'll be teaming up with scientists, engineers, product managers, and salespeople from a diverse set of backgrounds who are challenging every assumption about software development. The founders have built apps used by 300M users, ported video g

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North Korea Fires Ballistic Missile, Drawing Japan's Ire

North Korea conducted another missile test early Monday as Kim Jong Un’s regime continued to defy sanctions against nuclear weapons development and escalate tensions on the Korean Peninsula. (read more)

'My handshake wasn't innocent': Macron describes first meeting with Trump

French President Emmanuel Macron says his now famous white-knuckle handshake showdown with Donald Trump was designed to show that he's no pushover.

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Military’s clout at White House could shift U.S. foreign policy

Eight out of 25 senior National Security Council positions are held by current or former military officers.

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A Plane Crash, A Glacier, And An Entrepreneur: How Icelandair Opened Up Air Travel For Everyone

In 1952, Alfred Eliasson, the scrappy CEO of Icelandic Airlines, came up with an idea to boost his company’s performance. The solution transformed Eliasson’s country—and the world.

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Indigenous chamber in Parliament 'just won't fly', Joyce says

Any proposal for an Indigenous chamber of parliament would be self-defeating, Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce says.

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As White House defends Jared Kushner, experts question his back-channel move

Controversy is the latest to tie the most senior ranks of President Trump’s administration to Moscow.

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Every 'Game of Thrones' death in drawings

All the bloody deaths done up in ink, water, and fire.

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