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This Behavior Is Sexually Abusive, But No One Talks About It

0SHARESShare Last year, a young woman went online to get advice after she said a man she was casually seeing did something that made her feel “violated.” They had gone back to his place one night and had consensual sex. She insisted on using a condom and saw him put it on, she said, only to later discover it had ...

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Exxon is starting a major project in the world's next shale hotspot

Governor Gutierrez noted that he was in Houston last week meeting with Exxon management. Who reportedly told him the company will enter the “production phase” on the company’s Vaca Muerta projects this May. Gutierrez didn’t give additional detail on the specific projects that will be put into full-scale production. And Exxon itself hasn’t made any announcements — but the move ...

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A stunning number of Americans no longer have cable TV

Spencer Platt/Getty Images Around 25 percent of US households won’t have a traditional TV subscription by the end of 2017 as newer streaming services like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video grow in popularity, according to estimates from an April report. “We estimate 2016 saw a decline of 2.05 million US TV subscribers, 2015 saw a decline of 1.16 million, and forecast ...

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Sean Spicer: Trump 'has a heart' on immigration

White House press secretary Sean Spicer. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images White House press secretary Sean Spicer on Monday said that President Trump “has a heart” to explain why he has maintained former President Barack Obama’s policy of providing amnesty to illegal immigrants who were brought to the US by their parents as small children. This kind of rhetoric has caused problems ...

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Marissa Mayer will have $186 million in Yahoo stock when Verizon buys the company (YHOO, VZ)

Yahoo CEO Marissa MayerJustin Sullivan/Getty Images When Verizon’s $4.48 billion acquisition of Yahoo closes this June, Marissa Mayer will be stepping down as CEO . But don’t worry too much about her — Mayer has about $186 million worth of stock , stock options and restricted stock units that will all be fully vested before the deal closes, according to the New ...

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Japan wants to bring the Trans Pacific Partnership back from the dead — even if it means leaving the US behind

Japan’s Prime Minister Abe speaks to reporters at Abe’s official residence in Tokyo Thomson Reuters President Donald Trump spiked U.S. participation in the Trans-Pacific Partnership — a massive free trade pact five years in the making among countries representing 40 percent of the world’s economy — during his first days in office. But now Japan wants to bring the trade pact ...

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'The truth will come out': Bill O'Reilly says his fans will be 'shaken' by the truth behind his firing

Bill O’Reilly. Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images Bill O’Reilly said he is “sad” that he is no longer on television during his first podcast since he was fired from Fox News last week. But O’Reilly vowed that “the truth will come out” regarding the circumstances of his sudden departure amid a growing sexual-harassment scandal. “I was very surprised how it all ...

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Garry Kasparov: Putin skipped taking over Poland and went 'straight to Wisconsin'

0SHARESShare Garry Kasparov. AP After giving a talk on the power of artificial intelligence at the TED 2017 conference in Vancouver, Canada, chess legend Garry Kasparov offered some thoughts on Vladimir Putin’s effects on the US election. “There was no question of if he would attack other countries, but when or where,” he said. Kasparov recalled an on-air interview a few ...

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Judge temporarily blocks Arkansas from executing 2nd inmate after attorneys questioned whether the first execution went properly

Inmate Jack Jones is shown in this booking photo provided March 21, 2017. Jones was executed by lethal injection in Arkansas, April 24, 2017. Arkansas Department of Corrections/Handout via REUTERS VARNER, Ark. (AP) — A federal judge temporarily blocked Arkansas from executing a second inmate Monday night after attorneys questioned whether the first execution had gone properly. Jack Jones received ...

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TUCKER CARLSON: Bill O'Reilly set a 'high bar'

0SHARESShare Tucker Carlson. @FoxNews/Twitter Fox News host Tucker Carlson made his debut in Bill O’Reilly’s 8 p.m. time slot on Monday by tipping a proverbial hat to the host who was abruptly fired just a few days earlier. “For those of you tuning in … expecting to see someone different in this anchor chair, I know the feeling well,” Carlson ...

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