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Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg Criticized for Puerto Rico V.R. Disaster Tour


Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has been criticized for appearing as a virtual reality cartoon in hurricane-devastated Puerto Rico to promote Facebook’s new VR tool.

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Pentagon Denies North Korean Hackers Stole War Plans from South Korean Defense Ministry

This undated picture released by North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency on April 27, 2014 shows North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un (C) visiting a military base
According to South Korean lawmaker Rhee Cheol-hee, North Korean hackers penetrated South Korea’s defense ministry in September 2016, pilfering documents that included both U.S. and South Korean war plans, reports to senior commanders, special forces deployment plans, and data about power plants and military facilities.

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Clay Travis: Jemele Hill Either ‘Stupid’ or “Intentionally Trying to Get Fired’


In a Monday live show, OutkicktheCoverage.com founder Clay Travis ripped ESPN “SC6” anchor Jemele Hill for calling on people to boycott everything related to the Dallas Cowboys in response to owner Jerry Jones requiring players to stand for the National Anthem. In September, Hill called President Donald Trump a “white supremacist” — which she received a slap on the wrist for. Monday, ESPN released a statement that Hill had been suspended for two weeks following her second violation of ESPN’s social media guidelines. Travis said he has no sympathy for Hill because she is either “so stupid” she does not understand how advertisers work in relation to her salary, or she is “intentionally trying to get fired.” “This is one of the dumbest things I’ve ever seen in my life,” said Travis. “I don’t know whether Jemele Hill is so stupid that she doesn’t understand how her salary is paid or she is intentionally trying to get fired.” He noted how Hill tweeted out the advertisers for the Cowboys and that many are also ESPN advertisers in this “rabbit hole of absurdity.” Travis continued, “If you are in the business that we are in, your salary is either paid by advertisers or the NFL,

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Monday Night Football Ratings Take a Double-Digit Nosedive, Hit Season Low


The NFL had a night with no major political developments, no disasters of a natural or unnatural nature, and the halftime playing of a trailer for the next Star Wars movie, and yet, their ratings tanked again.

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Jolie, Paltrow, Arquette, and More Detail Weinstein’s Alleged Sexual Misconduct


The New York Times reports that seven actresses, including Oscar-winners Angelina Jolie and Gwyneth Paltrow, have come forward to tell their sordid tales of being harassed by Harvey Weinstein. The accusations range from 1993 to 2003.

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Duterte Sees 18-Point Popularity Plunge as Islamic State War Rages

FILE - In this Oct. 5, 2017 file photo, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, right, listens to Special Assistant to the President Christopher Bong Go, during the change of command ceremony for the new army chief Maj. Gen. Rolando Joselito Bautista in Fort Bonifacio in, Taguig city, east of Manila, Philippines. Duterte's satisfaction rating has been hit by its steepest drop since he came to power last year amid an outcry over unabated drug killings and unresolved allegations that he has unexplained wealth, an independent poll showed Sunday, Oct. 8. (AP Photo/Bullit Marquez, File)
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has experienced a dizzying plunge in popularity, with the polling company Social Weather Stations (SWS) issuing him a +48 approval rating in September, down 18 points from his rating in June.

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Roger Goodell: ‘We Need to Move Past the Anthem Controversy’


In what is surely a sign of the times in which we currently live, the topic of how to players will conduct themselves during the playing of the national anthem, will be “front and center” part of the agenda when NFL owners meet next week.

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Report: PornHub Visitors May Have Been Infected by Hackers


Visitors to the popular porn website PornHub may have been infected by hackers who hijacked the site’s “advertising supply chain,” according to a report.

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5 Days Later, Hillary Clinton Breaks Silence on Harvey Weinstein


Failed 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton released a statement Tuesday distancing herself from top Democratic fundraiser and disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein — five days after the New York Times first published explosive allegations of sexual harassment against him.

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Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg Criticized for Puerto Rico V.R. Disaster Tour

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has been criticized for appearing as a virtual reality cartoon in hurricane-devastated Puerto Rico to promote Facebook’s new VR tool.

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Pentagon Denies North Korean Hackers Stole War Plans from South Korean Defense Ministry

According to South Korean lawmaker Rhee Cheol-hee, North Korean hackers penetrated South Korea’s defense ministry in September 2016, pilfering documents that included both U.S. and South Korean war plans, reports to senior commanders, special forces deployment plans, and data about power plants and military facilities.

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Clay Travis: Jemele Hill Either ‘Stupid’ or “Intentionally Trying to Get Fired’

In a Monday live show, OutkicktheCoverage.com founder Clay Travis ripped ESPN “SC6” anchor Jemele Hill for calling on people to boycott everything related to the Dallas Cowboys in response to owner Jerry Jones requiring players to stand for the National Anthem. In September, Hill called President Donald Trump a “white supremacist” — which she received a slap on the wrist for. Monday, ESPN released a statement that Hill had been suspended for two weeks following her second violation of ESPN’s social media guidelines. Travis said he has no sympathy for Hill because she is either “so stupid” she does not understand how advertisers work in relation to her salary, or she is “intentionally trying to get fired.” “This is one of the dumbest things I’ve ever seen in my life,” said Travis. “I don’t know whether Jemele Hill is so stupid that she doesn’t understand how her salary is paid or she is intentionally trying to get fired.” He noted how Hill tweeted out the advertisers for the Cowboys and that many are also ESPN advertisers in this “rabbit hole of absurdity.” Travis continued, “If you are in the business that we are in, your salary is either paid by advertisers or the NFL,

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Monday Night Football Ratings Take a Double-Digit Nosedive, Hit Season Low

The NFL had a night with no major political developments, no disasters of a natural or unnatural nature, and the halftime playing of a trailer for the next Star Wars movie, and yet, their ratings tanked again.

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Jolie, Paltrow, Arquette, and More Detail Weinstein’s Alleged Sexual Misconduct

The New York Times reports that seven actresses, including Oscar-winners Angelina Jolie and Gwyneth Paltrow, have come forward to tell their sordid tales of being harassed by Harvey Weinstein. The accusations range from 1993 to 2003.

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Duterte Sees 18-Point Popularity Plunge as Islamic State War Rages

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has experienced a dizzying plunge in popularity, with the polling company Social Weather Stations (SWS) issuing him a +48 approval rating in September, down 18 points from his rating in June.

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Roger Goodell: ‘We Need to Move Past the Anthem Controversy’

In what is surely a sign of the times in which we currently live, the topic of how to players will conduct themselves during the playing of the national anthem, will be “front and center” part of the agenda when NFL owners meet next week.

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Report: PornHub Visitors May Have Been Infected by Hackers

Visitors to the popular porn website PornHub may have been infected by hackers who hijacked the site’s “advertising supply chain,” according to a report.

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5 Days Later, Hillary Clinton Breaks Silence on Harvey Weinstein

Failed 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton released a statement Tuesday distancing herself from top Democratic fundraiser and disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein — five days after the New York Times first published explosive allegations of sexual harassment against him.

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