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Free VPNs are bad for your privacy

VPNs are in high demand as Americans scramble to keep access to TikTok and WeChat amid a looming government ban. There are dozens of free VPNs out there that promise to protect your privacy by keeping you anonymous on the internet and hiding your browsing his

Wolf blames parents for ongoing separation: They chose 'to separate their children from themselves'

Unlawfully appointed acting Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Sec. Chad Wolf took a break from using his government position to campaign for impeached president Donald Trump’s reelection to finally address the family separation disaster. No, he was

Eric Mangini: Tampa Bay will motivate Antonio Brown to perform, talks Cam Newton in New England | THE HERD

Antonio Brown is headed to Tampa Bay, and Eric Mangini joins Colin Cowherd to explain why he's a fan of AB rejoining Tom Brady with the Buccaneers. Plus, the two discuss Cam Newton's future in New England and what the Patriots need to do to pull themselves ou

Glenn Greenwald, who helped publish Snowden revelations, RESIGNS from outlet he founded after editors censor his Biden reporting

Resigning from the Intercept, Glenn Greenwald cited as the last straw the decision of “authoritarian, fear-driven, repressive” editors in New York to suppress his article critical of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. Read Full Article at

Russia’s regional Covid crisis: Health Ministry investigates after two patients with serious lung damage left without hospital bed

Healthcare in the Siberian city of Omsk is under the microscope after ambulances carrying seriously ill patients were turned away by hospitals due to a lack of beds. The Russian Health Ministry has launched an investigation. Read Full Article at

Bray Wyatt narrates a frightening video for Troy Trojans Football

Bray Wyatt narrates a frightening video for Troy Trojans Football

Minnesota Gophers predictions: Game 2 at Maryland

Predictions from around the web for the Minnesota Gophers’ game against the Maryland Terrapins at Byrd Stadium.

Hoosiers to face Scarlet Knights, who had a stunner of their own in opener

Indiana Hoosiers-Rutgers Scarlet Knights college football preview

Interim tag off Bowness month after Stars play in Cup final

Interim tag off Bowness month after Stars play in Cup final

Superstars react to an unforgettable night at NXT Halloween Havoc

See what Superstars around WWE and NXT are saying after the scariest night in sports-entertainment. 

JetBlue is the latest airline to retreat from blocking seats

The days of airlines blocking seats to make passengers feel safer about flying during the pandemic are coming closer to an end. JetBlue is the latest to indicate it is rethinking the issue. A spokesman for the carrier said Thursday that JetBlue will reduce th

North Carolina county says at least two people at Trump’s rally on Tuesday have COVID-19

On Oct. 21, Donald Trump brought his antibodies and steroids and snake-oil farewell tour to Gastonia, North Carolina. It was a big rally, with reportedly 15,000 people in attendance. Masks were, like all Trump and Republican-led events these days, optional. S

George Russell’s trainer self-isolating after COVID-19 symptoms

Williams F1 driver Russell’s trainer, Aleix Casanovas, self-isolated on Thursday and will undergo a test on Friday outside of the paddock that must return negative before he can enter the circuit.Russell and Casanovas have not been in contact since last Sun

In the ‘buy now, pay later’ wars, PayPal is primed for dominance

Stephen Milbank Contributor Share on Twitter Stephen Milbank is the co-founder and Head of Global Strategic Partnerships at Button, a mobile commerce technology company that is powering a commerce-driven internet. The COVID-19 pandemic has already dramaticall

Google brings Halloween to life using augmented reality

There’s an AR ghost on Google Search. There’s a dancing skeleton, set of creepy jack-o’-lanterns, and costumed cats and dogs, too. Ahead of Halloween weekend in the U.S., Google has launched a set of fun, augmented reality-powered features o

Indices fall for second straight session as investors stay in risk-off mode

Depreciating rupee and weak Q2 results from blue-chips further sap risk appetite

We're seeing Republican battleground voter suppression like never before: Fight back with GOTV

Donald Trump, with an assist from Supreme Court, beer-loving Justice Brett Kavanaugh, is working hard to advance his claim that any mail-in or absentee ballot received after 8 PM on Election Day is not a valid vote. Kavanaugh planted the seed for that i

Terrorism investigation launched by Tunisia into Nice knife attack suspect after 3 killed

Tunisia has opened an investigation into the man suspected of stabbing three people to death in an Islamist attack in the French city of Nice on Thursday, according to a judiciary official. The suspect is reportedly Tunisian.  Read Full Article at

Glenn Greenwald, who helped publish Snowden revelations, RESIGNS from outlet he founded after they censor his Biden reporting

Resigning from the Intercept, Glenn Greenwald cited as the last straw the decision of “authoritarian, fear-driven, repressive” editors in New York to suppress his article critical of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. Read Full Article at

Rare full moon on Halloween will be seen across the US for the first time in 76 years

Don't miss the rare appearance of a full moon on Halloween, something that hasn't been seen across the US since 1944.

Tesla plans for dozens of new service centers, report says - Roadshow

New locations should pop up throughout the US as the electric carmaker continues to expand.

Kansas moderator pulls out ‘receipts’ and confronts Republican congressman for lying on live TV

A moderator from NBC News affiliate KSNT in Topeka, Kansas, called out a local politician, and Twitter is here for it. It all started when Republican Congressman Roger Marshall, who is running for Senate, ignored the news channel’s invitations. KS

Report: A.J. Hinch is ‘No. 1 candidate’ for Tigers manager job

Hinch clearly is not at risk of being blacklisted by MLB teams despite being a part of the Houston Astros’ cheating scandal.

Awaiting Tottenham debut, Morgan focuses on making impact

LONDON (AP) - A dog barks on a neighbor’s balcony as Alex Morgan hankers for what she’s missing in London. “I’m pretty upset they aren’t here with me,” the American World Cup winner says of Kona and Blue, the dogs she rescued from an animal shelt

Khabib vs Gaethje 'only FIFTH in PPV buys in 2020' as UFC 254 falls short of forecasts

UFC 254 was reportedly only the promotion's fifth-highest pay-per-view event of 2020, with a viewership said to be around 675,000 tuning in to see Khabib Nurmagomedov’s lightweight title defense against Justin Gaethje. Read Full Article at

MLB players who could retire this offseason

While it seemed unlikely six months ago, Major League Baseball was able to see their creative 2020 season to its conclusion. And for these guys, it's a good thing it did.

Tech optimism…in this economy?

Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast (now on Twitter!), where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. A few notes before we get into this. One, we have a bonus episode coming this Saturday focused on this week&

Study of ancient dog DNA traces canine diversity to the Ice Age

A global study of ancient dog DNA presents evidence that there were different types of dogs more than 11,000 years ago in the period immediately following the Ice Age.

Spring-run and fall-run Chinook salmon aren't as different as they seem

Historically, spring-run and fall-run Chinook salmon have been considered as separate subspecies, races, ecotypes, or even as separate species of fish. A new genetic analysis, however, shows that the timing of migration in Chinook salmon is determined entirel

Touch and taste? It's all in the tentacles

Scientists identified a novel family of sensors in the first layer of cells inside the suction cups that have adapted to react and detect molecules that don't dissolve well in water. The research suggests these sensors, called chemotactile receptors, use thes

Direction decided by rate of coin flip in quantum world

Flip a coin. Heads? Take a step to the left. Tails? Take a step to the right. In the quantum world? Go in both directions at once, like a wave spreading out. Called the walker analogy, this random process can be applied in both classical and quantum algorithm

High-sugar diet can damage the gut, intensifying risk for colitis

Mice fed diets high in sugar developed worse colitis, a type of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), and researchers examining their large intestines found more of the bacteria that can damage the gut's protective mucus layer.

Man almost dies from an allergic reaction to cold air

The condition, known as cold urticaria, is fairly rare and can cause anaphylaxis.

How the ‘Trump Effect’ will live on: Openly fascist ‘Patriot Front’ haters gear up for next phase

Trumpism—the ugly right-wing politics of hatefulness and division that coalesced under the current occupant of the Oval Office—and its effects will linger in the United States long after Donald Trump has vacated the presidency. This is acutely the case wh

Arizona Coyotes renounce draft rights of Mitchell Miller over bullying/abuse incident

Miller is now an unrestricted free agent. Though he can sign with any team, currently doing so would make him ineligible to play at North Dakota.

Journalists protest as BBC bans ‘virtue signaling’, emojis & ‘controversial’ takes on social media

The BBC has wheeled out a plethora of new guidelines for its journalists, including bans on online campaigning, emojis, and “virtue signaling.” Some pundits aren’t happy with the new focus on objectivity. Read Full Article at

Another race faker? Professor resigns from university & deletes social media after accusations of fake Mexican heritage

A professor of African American history has reportedly resigned from her university and vanished from social media after an anonymously-published article alleged she has been posing as Latina. Read Full Article at

'I feel like Frankenstein': Liana Jojua shows grizzly stitched-up nose as she heals after UFC 254 stoppage

UFC flyweight Liana Jojua has shown off the grizzly nose scars she still bears from her Fight Island stoppage defeat to Miranda Maverick last weekend. Read Full Article at

Putin rules out another strict lockdown to combat Covid-19 in Russia, says country must maintain healthy economic situation

After his government imposed some of the world's harshest measures to suppress the spread of coronavirus last spring, Vladimir Putin made it clear on Thursday that there are no plans in place for a repeat lockdown this winter. Read Full Article at

Cancel culture targets ancient Roman emperors as activists reel back the centuries to make ‘white supremacy’ accusations

It appears that all roads lead to cancellation for today’s social justice warriors, as an activist group is calling for the statues of two ancient Roman emperors to be removed from the grounds of Brown University. Read Full Article at
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