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    Best and worst U.S. cities for driving: Annual Waze rankings
    Best and worst U.S. cities for driving: Annual Waze rankings
    Everyone likes to kvetch about traffic and driving conditions, but drivers in some cities have far fewer complaints.
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    The 36-year-old actress and 33-year-old royal met in May 2016 through mutual friends. After dating for a few months, Harry was forced to confirm that the star of US drama ‘Suits’ was indeed his girlfriend after Markle’s privacy was invaded by members of the press.

    Meghan has apparently impressed several members of the royal family including Harry’s father, Prince Charles, and sister-in-law, the Duchess of Cambridge.
    The 36-year-old actress and 33-year-old royal met in May 2016 through mutual friends. After dating for a few months, Harry was forced to confirm that the star of US drama ‘Suits’ was indeed his girlfriend after Markle’s privacy was invaded by members of the press.

    Meghan has apparentl...See more
    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's relationship in pictures
    Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's relationship in pictures
    Everything you need to know about Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's smooth sailing relationship.
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    This fall, the galaxy came calling in the form of a small reddish cigar-shaped object named Oumuamua by astronomers based in Hawaii. They discovered it in October, careening through the solar system at 40,000 miles an hour, an interstellar emissary from points unknown.
    An Interstellar Visitor Both Familiar and Alien - The New York Times
    An Interstellar Visitor Both Familiar and Alien - The New York Times
    Astronomers offer new details about Oumuamua, a probable asteroid arriving from beyond the solar system and leaving in a big hurry.
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    Before he had even made his first movie, Spike Lee used to fantasize about three things: season tickets at the Garden, a brownstone in Fort Greene like the one that he was raised in and a house in the historically black Oak Bluffs section of Martha’s Vineyard. In 1986, after writing, producing, directing and acting in his infectious debut, “She’s Gotta Have It,” a stylish, edgy rom-com about a libidinous young woman juggling three lovers, those Knicks seats came first. The two homes swiftly followed, and within a decade, Lee’s status and celebrity had catapulted him, practically against his will, from Da Republic of Brooklyn, as he likes to call it in emails, into a 8,200-square-foot Upper East Side townhouse that was previously home to Jasper Johns. But the getaway in Massachusetts, situated next to the 18th hole at the Farm Neck Golf Club, has never required upgrading.Before he had even made his first movie, Spike Lee used to fantasize about three things: season tickets at the Garden, a brownstone in Fort Greene like the one that he was raised in and a house in the historically black Oak Bluffs section of Martha’s Vineyard. In 1986, after writing, producing, dire...See more
    The Culture Caught Up With Spike Lee — Now What? - The New York Times
    The Culture Caught Up With Spike Lee — Now What? - The New York Times
    After more than three decades as a provocateur, the filmmaker has returned to the movie that made him famous.
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    WASHINGTON — At the heart of the Republican tax plan hurtling through Congress is an implicit promise that cutting corporate taxes will lift the middle class through higher wages and more jobs.

    Speaker Paul D. Ryan, for example, said in a recent speech that “fixing the business side of our tax code is really all about helping families and workers,” adding that “cutting the corporate tax rate means more jobs here in the United States. It will foster increased competition, which will directly drive up wages for our workers.”
    WASHINGTON — At the heart of the Republican tax plan hurtling through Congress is an implicit promise that cutting corporate taxes will lift the middle class through higher wages and more jobs.

    Speaker Paul D. Ryan, for example, said in a recent speech that “fixing the business side o...See more
    Will a Corporate Tax Cut Lift Worker Pay? A Union Wants It in Writing. - The New York Times
    Will a Corporate Tax Cut Lift Worker Pay? A Union Wants It in Writing. - The New York Times
    The request, while unlikely to be heeded, highlights a critical question over who would benefit the most from the tax bill: shareholders or workers?
    Nov 23
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    In 2013, Mary Jo White, a former federal prosecutor, announced that the Securities and Exchange Commission would be adopting a strategy once championed by Rudolph W. Giuliani in New York: “Broken windows,” the idea that addressing relatively small issues like vandalized panes of glass can deter larger misdeeds down the road.

    So over the next few years, the SEC pursued dozens of cases for small, technical transgressions with the goal of scaring off bigger infractions.
    In 2013, Mary Jo White, a former federal prosecutor, announced that the Securities and Exchange Commission would be adopting a strategy once championed by Rudolph W. Giuliani in New York: “Broken windows,” the idea that addressing relatively small issues like vandalized panes of glass can deter larg...See more
    Wall Street’s watchdog is pursuing fewer cases since Trump took office - The Washington Post
    Wall Street’s watchdog is pursuing fewer cases since Trump took office - The Washington Post
    SEC penalties fell 15.5 percent to $3.5 billion this fiscal year compared to the 2016, according to a recent report.
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    Donald Trump Jr. had just posted a batch of private messages he exchanged with WikiLeaks during last year’s campaign, confirming reports that he communicated with the website that published stolen Democratic emails obtained by Russian military intelligence.

    “More nothing burgers from the media and others desperately trying to create a false narrative,” the president’s oldest son wrote on Instagram. “Keep coming at me guys!!!”
    Donald Trump Jr. had just posted a batch of private messages he exchanged with WikiLeaks during last year’s campaign, confirming reports that he communicated with the website that published stolen Democratic emails obtained by Russian military intelligence.

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    ‘Keep coming at me guys!!!’: Donald Trump Jr. meets Russia scrutiny with defiance - The Washington Post
    ‘Keep coming at me guys!!!’: Donald Trump Jr. meets Russia scrutiny with defiance - The Washington Post
    The president’s oldest son uses his growing profile to stoke his father’s grievances.
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Freebies galore at major stores on Black Friday

CLOSE Black Friday also is Freebie Friday, and some of the fun starts Thanksgiving. At some stores, you'll get treats for being among the first customers, free items after rebates and more. The freebie fest continues past Friday too at Bass Pro Shops and World Market.


These life hacks will help you survive the holidays

CLOSE I just used an eyebrow brush to brush my teeth. Nope, not an accident. It was pretty genius life hack, if you ask me, since I forgot my toothbrush on a work trip, had only three hours to get any sleep (so no time to hunt a real one down).


Explosion sound detected near where Argentine submarine vanished

CLOSE Argentina's navy said Thursday that it detected a sound consistent with that of an explosion near where one of its submarines disappeared last week with 44 crew members on board as the fate of the ARA San Juan remains unknown.


Prince Bopp - Special Somebody

She knew her husband wanted to run for president. And she knew that, if he didn’t, he was likely to be knocking around their gilded triplex in Trump Tower, muttering about how he should have done so. “She said, ‘It’s not my thing. It’s Donald’s thing,’ ” according to Stone. “And I think she understood he was going to be unhappy if he didn’t run.”
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