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Bungee cord snaps as Florida amusement park ride prepares to launch
Freaked-out amusement park riders say they “dodged death” when a bungee cord attached to a ride in Florida broke moments before they were launched into the air. Footage of the scare was captured Saturday night at Cobra Beach Adventure Park in Panama City Beach, where there was a mishap on the Vertical Accelerator rider, news...
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New York Post
Trump would be foolish to renege on background checks
President Trump may be waffling on his vow to boost background checks, after a talk with National Rifle Association boss Wayne LaPierre this week. Please, Mr. President: Don’t. You’d be making a big mistake — for the nation as well as your reelection campaign. Reports say that Trump told LaPierre “universal background checks” were “off...
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New York Post
Marriott worker had stash of guns and tactical gear, threatened mass shooting: cops
A Marriott employee in California allegedly amassed a large arsenal of weapons and tactical gear in hopes of carrying out a mass shooting at his workplace, authorities said Wednesday. Rodolfo Montoya, 37, of Huntington Beach, was planning to take out his co-workers with high-powered firearms — including two assault rifles and a pump-action shotgun —...
New York Post
Electoral College Members Don’t Have to Follow the Will of Voters, Appeals Court Rules
(DENVER) — A U.S. appeals court in Denver said Electoral College members can vote for the presidential candidate of their choice and aren’t bound by the popular vote in their states. The 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday that the Colorado secretary of state violated the Constitution in 2016 when he removed an…
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Mets can thank The Post for Amed Rosario’s spectacular run
You may not realize this, but I have super-human powers. Actually, I didn’t realize this until recently. If I really had super-human powers, I probably wouldn’t misplace my car keys 17 times a day. If I had super-human powers, I would be able to run the table at Belmont, Aqueduct and Saratoga whenever I pleased....
New York Post
Trump administration unveils rule to detain migrant families longer
The White House hopes to upend a landmark court settlement that has governed the care of migrant children in U.S. custody for two decades
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New Orleans inspected a drainage tunnel after a recent flood. Officials found at least one car inside.
There's at least one entire car sitting in a drainage tunnel in New Orleans.
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President Trump walks back payroll tax cut suggestion, now says, 'we don't need it'
President Donald Trump is walking back his comments on implementing a payroll tax now saying, "we don't need it, we have a strong economy."
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Eminem’s publisher sues Spotify for copyright infringement over ‘Lose Yourself’ and other tracks
Photo by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic for Bonnaroo Arts And Music Festival Eminem’s music publisher, Eight Mile Style, has filed a lawsuit against Spotify, alleging copyright infringement. The suit claims the steaming platform didn’t get proper licenses for the rapper’s music and wants Spotify to compensate the publisher for billions of streams. There are two prongs to the suit, which was first reported today by The Hollywood Reporter. Spotify is accused of willfully ignoring Eight Mile Style’s ownership of Eminem’s catalogue when deciding how to pay out streaming revenue for his playback metrics. Spotify also allegedly violated sections of the Music Modernization Act (MMA), which passed last October and is designed to help streamline the process by which artists, songwriters, producers, and rights holders get paid for online music streams. According to the complaint, one of the central disputes is over how Spotify treated massive hits like Eminem’s “Lose Yourself.” Eight Mile Style claims the streaming service labelled the song and others as “Copyright Control,” or a song with unknown rights holders. The complaint similarly alleges that Spotify did not go through the proper process to obtain a license for “Lose Yourself” and other songs, or determine who did own the licenses. “Lose Yourself” was famously written for a film starring Eminem — a film of the same name as the publisher itself! — that won an Oscar in the Best Original Song Category. Eminem’s publisher claims Spotify knowingly streamed the rapper’s music without a license Instead, Spotify kept Eminem’s music on the platform, where the artist has amassed more than 32 million monthly listeners. Some of his songs have been streamed hundreds of millions times. Eight Mile Style is accusing Spotify of hosting Eminem’s music, but not paying out the proper royalties, despite knowing full well who owns it. “Spotify has not accounted to Eight Mile or paid Eight Mile for these streams but instead remitted random payments of some sort, which only purport to account for a fraction of those streams,” the complaint reads. Spotify did not respond to a request for comment. Richard Busch is representing Eight Mile Style in the lawsuit; THR reports Busch is a legal heavyweight who’s behind multiple precedent-setting cases in music publishing and copyright. That includes Marvin Gaye’s family’s successful lawsuit against “Blurred Lines” songwriters Robin Thicke, Pharrell Williams, and T.I. Busch also represented Eight Mile Style in a landmark 2010 lawsuit against Apple and Universal Music Group. That suit, although it was settled, reportedly resulted in artist and label-friendly changes to how digital downloads translated to physical sales. That in turn transformed the way royalties were paid out when iTunes dominated the music industry, THR reports. Eight Mile Style seeks damages that could, at the extreme end, amount to billions of dollars. Spotify, which went public last year, is now valued at $26 billion. Eight Mile Style is also seeking statutory damages on a per song basis, with a total of 243 works in question. That could result in Spotify paying tens of millions, although if Eight Mile Style is successful in disqualifying Spotify from protection under the MMA, it could face more severe financial penalties. Eight Mile Style v Spotify by THROnline on Scribd
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Man caught with guns and extremist material after car accident in N.J.
Authorities in New Jersey found more than a dozen guns, a grenade launcher and items with white supremacist symbols
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Khachaturyan sisters who killed father touch Russian hearts
The case of the teenage Khachaturyan sisters stirs Russian anger over domestic abuse.
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T-Mobile Experiencing Outage, Customers Unable to Make Calls or Send Texts
T-Mobile appears to be experiencing a significant outage, with many T-Mobile customers unable to make calls or send text messages, reports TechCrunch. Based on reports on Twitter and other social networks, the outage started at approximately 3:00 p.m. Pacific Time. There's no word on just how many people are impacted by the service issues, but there are dozens of reports from T-Mobile users across multiple states. It's not known when the outage might be resolved, but a T-Mobile support account reportedly said the carrier's engineers are "working on a resolution." We'll update this article when the issue has been resolved.Tag: T-MobileThis article, "T-Mobile Experiencing Outage, Customers Unable to Make Calls or Send Texts" first appeared on MacRumors.comDiscuss this article in our forums
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School district reopens investigation over Nazi salute video
A California school district is reopening an investigation after video surfaced of students giving a Nazi salute. Parents are furious officials kept the incident quiet. Carter Evans reports.
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Body Cavity Searches, Indefinite Detention and No Visitations Allowed: What Conditions Were Like for Migrant Kids Before the Flores Agreement
Prior to the Flores Agreement there were no standards for children in detention, including no oversight to comply with child welfare laws.
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Over Fed minutes, a Trump-shaped shadow
The one thing Federal Reserve officials were in broad agreement about at their last meeting was this: to not tip their hands about what happens next.
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Frontline view: Making the case for violence in Hong Kong protests
Pun sees himself as a peaceful, middle-class Hong Kong student. Yet since the beginning of June, he has been building barricades and throwing bricks at police, risking his own liberty to fight, as he sees it, for the city's freedoms.
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Postcard from HK frontline: Why a student throws bricks at police
Pun, 22, was still at the Hong Kong airport on the morning of Aug. 14 after a night of clashes with police, when protesters also controversially harassed two mainland Chinese and caused all flights to be canceled for the day.
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Cleveland cop charged with trying to kidnap girl, urinating her
Prosecutors say the 34-year-old officer recorded the alleged assault on his cellphone.
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Residents on Louisiana island may lose homes to climate change
It's expected to be an above-average hurricane season, which is bad news for Native Americans on a small island off the Louisiana coast. Rising waters are swallowing up their land, making them some of the country's first climate refugees. Mireya Villarreal reports.
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Your shiny new Apple Card could get discolored if you have a leather wallet
The Apple Card isn't as tough as some might have liked. The Apple Card can get permanently discolored if it's stored in a leather wallet.
Digital Trends | Technology News and Product Reviews
Wendy Williams cancels 4 more shows
Williams' stop in St. Petersburg, Fla., on Sept. 21 is the only remaining date from the tour still on.
New York Post
The MCU doesn’t need Spider-Man, and Spider-Man doesn’t need the MCU
The deal between Sony and Disney that brought Spider-Man to the Marvel Cinematic Universe appears to be over. Don't worry. Spider-Man and the MCU are going to be fine.
Digital Trends | Technology News and Product Reviews
The Fed says trade is main reason U.S. economy is slowing
While President Trump blasts Jerome Powell for slowdown, Fed officials put the blame squarely on trade tensions
CBS News - Breaking News, U.S., World, Business, Entertainment & Video
Schools are locking up students’ phones, creating ‘severe anxiety’
Expect 'severe anxiety,' teachers say.
New York Post
Shooter wounds LA County sheriff’s deputy at police station
A gunman opened fire outside a Los Angeles County police station on Wednesday afternoon, wounding one sheriff’s deputy, authorities said. The deputy was shot in the shoulder at 2:45 p.m. at the Lancaster police station in the California city — about 77 miles north of Los Angeles, the sheriff’s office said. Police were investigating if...
New York Post
Xenophobic bullying souring lives of East European pupils in UK
Study finds children in England and Scotland experiencing rising racism and prejudice in public after Brexit voteEastern European pupils in schools in England and Scotland have experienced increased levels of racism and xenophobia since the Brexit vote, with some accusing their teachers of failing to protect them and even joining in, research claims.The study, led by the University of Strathclyde, found that 77% of pupils surveyed said they had suffered racism, xenophobia or bullying, though such approaches were often disguised as banter. Of the pupils, 49% said the attacks had become more frequent since the EU referendum in 2016. Continue reading...
US news | The Guardian
Jayde Adams: The Ballad of Kylie Jenner’s Old Face review – a pop at pop-feminism
Pleasance Courtyard, EdinburghThe Bristolian standup’s blunt good sense is deployed to optimal effect in taking fashionable feminism in the Instagram age to taskAfter several shows in which showbiz and song featured as prominently as standup, Jayde Adams doesn’t think she’s being taken seriously enough as a comedian. This year’s offering sets out to fix that. Having not read a book in seven years, Adams has been boning up on feminism. The glam couture has been swapped for a black turtleneck, uniform of the earnest. The Bristolian is not impressed by fourth-wave feminism – or by how Beyoncé and the Kardashians represent it – and is here to take it to task.The Ballad of Kylie Jenner’s Old Face – good title – is certainly a departure from her previous work, if not the great leap forward some have perceived. (The pop it takes at Beyoncé’s feminism is reheated from previous shows.) Adams pours cold water on the progressive claims made for pop culture icons, arguing they conceal the more radical work being done elsewhere. Perhaps – just perhaps – Jay-Z grabbing his wife’s backside onstage isn’t really advancing the gender equality cause, while Adams posits a very droll analogy for the attractive actor Jameela Jamil writing a book about body positivity. Continue reading...
US news | The Guardian
Microplastics in water not harmful to humans, says WHO report
Experts find no proof minuscule particles are a threat to health but say more research is neededMicroplastics are increasingly found in drinking water, but there is no evidence so far that this poses a risk to humans, according to a new assessment by the World Health Organization.However, the United Nations body warned against complacency because more research is needed to fully understand how plastic spreads into the environment and works its way through human bodies. Continue reading...
US news | The Guardian
Microsoft is listening to you via your Xbox One
If you haven’t had enough stories about contractors listening in on your conversations, good news: we’ve found even more of them. This time the contractors in question work for Microsoft and have been listening to you through your trusty Xbox One. The new report from Motherboard reveals that contractors listened to commands that were supposed to be triggered by the words “Xbox” and “Hey Cortana,” but were sometimes captured by accident. That seems to be a running theme whenever I hear these stories about voice-activated assistants. Earlier this month, Microsoft admitted humans were listening into Skype calls and Cortana commands, and… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Xbox,Xbox One,Microsoft
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Appeals court says Colorado elector didn't have to vote for Clinton
A federal appeals court has found it was unconstitutional for Colorado to block an elector from voting for a candidate other than the winner of the state's popular vote in 2016, which was Hillary Clinton
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