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    Sofia Vergara Embryo Case Could Open Floodgates

    The Daily Beast has obtained the extraordinary petition filed on behalf of two frozen embryos created by Sofia Vergara and her former partner. The unique case could change family law.”> The year-long fight between Sofia Vergara and her ex-fianc Nick Loeb concerning the fate of two frozen embryos seemed all but over this week. Now […] More

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    75 Lawsuits Against President-Elect Trump

    An astounding number of court battlesfrom Trump University suits to libel caseswill accompany Trump even as he moves into the White House.”> President-elect Donald Trump will be spending the days running up to his inauguration in an unprecedented fashion. Along with choosing his cabinet and scheduling the busiest first day in office ever, the reality […] More

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    This Marlene Dietrich-inspired Google Doodle is by drag queen Sasha Velour

    The gender-bending Marlene Dietrich illustrated by drag queen Sasha Velour.Image: google One of Hollywood’s Golden Age legends has been glorified in a Google Doodle. The Doodle depicts Marlene Dietrich, famous for her breakout 1930 role as cabaret singer Lola-Lola in Germany’s first talking picture, Der Blaue Engel, and who was born on this day in […] More

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    Google launches App Maker

    Google today announced the launch of App Maker, the newest entry in the low-code, drag-and-drop app building market. Like its competitors from Microsoft and numerousstartups, App Maker promises to make it easy for anybody to quickly develop basicapps that serve a very specific purpose inside an organization. The new service features a cloud-based drag-and-drop development […] More

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    ‘Our minds can be hijacked’: the tech insiders who fear a smartphone dystopia

    The Google, Apple and Facebook workers who helped make technology so addictive are disconnecting themselves from the internet. Paul Lewis reports on the Silicon Valley refuseniks who worry the race for human attention has created a world of perpetual distraction that could ultimately end in disaster Justin Rosenstein had tweaked his laptops operating system to […] More

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    Google reportedly offered $30 billion to acquire Snapchat

    Nerdy Google has failed at social time and time again, so it considered buying teen sensation Snapchat. The search giant held informal talks with Snap and floated an offer of $30 billion in 2016 before Snaps last funding round, and just before its IPO this year, according to Business Insiders Alex Heath. That offer was […] More

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    Obamas Imperial Presidency Now Is Trumps

    Liberals let the Obama presidencys expanded powers go virtually unchecked. Now Trump gets to enjoy them.”> For nearly eight years, President Obama massively expanded his authority on national security issues: on the prosecution of whistleblowers, secret surveillance courts, wars without congressional authorization, and drone campaigns without public oversight. During this time the left, with the […] More

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