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Source: Fox News

Incredible Revolutionary War journal surfaces, detailing POW's escape from British prison ship

Wednesday 20:58 GMT

A young American sailor’s journal detailing his harrowing experiences during the Revolutionary War has been donated to the Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia.

'THE FIRST OVAL OFFICE': MUSEUM WILL SHOWCASE WASHINGTON’S REVOLUTIONARY WAR TENT. In the journal, Hawkins describes escaping from the prison ship by stealing an axe from the ship's cook and breaking his way through a barred porthole during a thunder storm.

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Source: NBC News

Cook like Joanna Gaines: Chicken pot pie, strawberry shortcake, biscuits and more

Wednesday 14:35 GMT

She shows us how to make comforting chicken pot pie, fluffy buttermilk biscuits, cheesy scalloped potatoes and easy strawberry shortcakes.

Lifestyle expert Joanna Gaines is stopping by the TODAY kitchen to share a few of her family-friendly recipes from her cookbook "Magnolia Table: A Collection of Recipes for Gathering." She shows us how to make comforting chicken pot pie, fluffy buttermilk biscuits, cheesy scalloped potatoes and easy strawberry shortcakes.

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Source: NBC News

Diet tips to forget and what to do instead

Wednesday 13:40 GMT

It’s hard to pick up a magazine, check your Instagram feed or even talk to your friend without being given some diet tip, welcomed or not.

There are a few tips that I’ve heard over and over that make me want to scream, “nooooo!”. Read on, and you may be happy to learn you can ditch these tips (along with that cereal that tastes like cardboard):. It is true that certain foods (even healthy ones) like bananas and carrots are slightly higher in carbohydrates and sugar (respectively) compared to other fruits and vegetables.

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Source: Common Domain

To Catch Bad Actors, Winklevosses’ Crypto Exchange Teams Up With Nasdaq

Wednesday 11:49 GMT

Gemini, the bitcoin exchange founded by Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, has teamed up with Nasdaq Inc. to beef up its defenses against market manipulation—the latest sign that the cryptocurrency industry is trying to get past its Wild West days.

Under the agreement, Gemini will use Nasdaq’s surveillance software, called SMARTS, to monitor its markets for potentially abusive trading practices. Securities and Exchange Commission officials have warned of potential fraud and manipulation on the largely unregulated trading venues.

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Source: Fox News

Blake Shelton tweets about 'karma' after reports ex Miranda Lambert is dating a married man

Wednesday 20:58 GMT

Blake Shelton sent out a cryptic tweet about "karma" just as reports claimed Wednesday morning that his ex-wife Miranda Lambert is dating a married man. "Been taking the high road for a long time..

Additionally, it's been reported that Lambert and Shelton began seeing each other while Shelton was still married to his first wife Kaynette Williams in 2006 -- Shelton and Lambert have both denied this.

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Source: Fox News

Ex-NFL cheerleaders offer to settle disputes for $1 in exchange for meeting with Goodell, report says

Wednesday 17:20 GMT

A lawyer representing two former NFL cheerleaders who have filed discrimination claims against the league reportedly proposed to settle the disputes for $1 in exchange for a meeting with Commissioner Roger Goodell.

"Our office will work with our clubs in sharing best practices and employment-related processes that will support club cheerleading squads within an appropriate and supportive workplace."

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Source: The Guradian

A woman's guide to loving fashion – without submitting to the patriarchy

Wednesday 13:40 GMT

Therefore, can this be counted as my own, semi-empowered choice, or am I kidding myself and submitting to the patriarchy?

I dress in ways that I choose to because I am influenced by a society and fashion industry that tells me what is attractive and in many ways (I still believe) is aimed at the male gaze. Therefore, can this be counted as my own, semi-empowered choice, or am I kidding myself and submitting to the patriarchy?

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Source: CBS News

Autistic boy overcomes obstacles to build largest Lego replica of the Titanic

Wednesday 20:58 GMT

The painstaking task took 700 hours over 11 months and 56,000 Lego bricks to complete, but when he was finished, Brynjar had built the world's largest Titanic replica made out of Legos.

His model has toured the world, docking in Norway, Sweden and Germany, before ultimately landing in the U.S.  Now Brynjar's replica will be anchored at the Titanic Museum attraction in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, until 2020.

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Source: CBS News

Pay Attention: What I discovered from sensory deprivation

Wednesday 11:49 GMT

In our series, Pay Attention, we're looking at the role technology plays in our lives in a different way: its impact on our ability to focus and how we can recapture our attention from the devices that distract us.

I visited Lift in Brooklyn to repeat the experience – this time without the sensors on my heart and head and the cameras in the room.

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Source: Common Domain

The C7 Goes Out In Style

Wednesday 16:26 GMT

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Source: BBC

Not many 10s for Strictly Ballroom

Wednesday 14:35 GMT

They are sung at the Piccadilly by former Pop Idol winner Will Young, who was briefly a contestant on Strictly Come Dancing in 2016.

One of four performing sisters whose aunt is Bonnie Langford - plays Fran, the reluctant partner of ballroom maverick Scott. The show, like the film, follows Scott's battle against an inflexible establishment that insists dancers stick to official dance steps.

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Source: Reuters

Breakingviews - Comcast is best leaving Fox to the Mouse

Wednesday 20:58 GMT

The Fox assets might make $3.8 billion in operating profit in 2018, taking Bernstein EBITDA divisional estimates and assuming operating profit is split among the Fox businesses in the same proportions.

That’s 16 percent higher than an offer already made by Fox, which is trying to buy the 61 percent of Sky it doesn’t already own in order to then sell the whole thing to Walt Disney. Second, Roberts promised during an earnings call not to use the company’s sagging shares as an acquisition currency – but pointed to the strength of Comcast’s balance sheet, in a strong signal that he is open to further deals funded by cash.

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Source: Common Domain

Adults Are Terrorizing San Francisco On Tiny Electric Scooters

Wednesday 20:58 GMT

In compact San Francisco, where a freewheeling culture often collides with anti-tech sentiment, scooters are joining an array of unconventional transportation from self-driving cars to electric unicycles.

Ben Wolfson glanced up from his phone while walking in downtown San Francisco last week to see a woman whizzing toward him on what looked like a child’s kick scooter.

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Source: ABC News

Former US attorney is part of James Comey's legal team

Wednesday 21:55 GMT

Who has prosecuted high-profile cases taking on terrorists, mobsters, drug dealers and political corruption — is representing former FBI Director James Comey.

Appointed by George W. Bush to be U.S. Attorney in Chicago in 2001, Fitzgerald became the longest-serving U.S. Attorney in the history of that districts. In 2003, then Deputy Attorney General Comey tapped Fitzgerald to investigate the leak of CIA agent Valerie Plame’s identity.

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Source: The Guradian

Third US judge orders Daca restarted, saying new applicants must be accepted

Wednesday 21:54 GMT

A third federal judge has ordered the Trump administration to restart a program that shields young undocumented immigrants known as “Dreamers” from deportation and, in a first, to accept new applicants to the program. Writing that the decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (Daca) program was “virtually unexplained”, the US district judge John Bates said on Tuesday he would stay the order for 90 days to allow the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) an opportunity to “better explain” its decision.

Source: Common Domain

U.S. 10-year government bond yield breaches 3% level

Wednesday 14:33 GMT
Source: Common Domain

$110 Million Malibu Beach Home Sets Los Angeles Price Record

Wednesday 18:11 GMT
Source: DW

Have Spotify and other streaming services saved the music industry?

Wednesday 21:55 GMT
Source: Common Domain

A Guide to Four of the World’s Top Interior Design Districts

Wednesday 21:55 GMT
Source: Common Domain

Peter Thiel Agrees Not to Buy Gawker

Wednesday 21:55 GMT
Source: NBC News

Don't be the food police: 9 ways to help kids be mindful, more engaged eaters

Wednesday 21:56 GMT
Source: Common Domain

LendingClub sued by FTC over ‘no hidden fees’ promise

Wednesday 21:54 GMT
Source: New York Times

Review Finds ‘Tsunami’ of Fixed Matches in Lower Levels of Tennis

Wednesday 21:55 GMT
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Trump defends Michael Flynn after release of Comey memos

Saturday 08:06 GMT
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Sunday: Cotton, Feinstein, Zarif, Bloomberg, Dickerson

Saturday 21:52 GMT
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Mitt Romney faces Senate runoff in Utah after state GOP convention setback

Monday 02:25 GMT
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Facebook talks nice but takes action as European privacy rules loom

Saturday 19:06 GMT
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North Korea announces end to missile testing as Trump cites 'big progress'

Saturday 14:32 GMT
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Iran spreads lies claiming America supports terrorists after US-led attack on Syria

Tuesday 19:10 GMT
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Source: Washington Post

Starbucks, LA Fitness and the long, racist history of America’s loitering laws

Saturday 11:46 GMT

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