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Source: New York Times

Manhattan Court Worker Stole $160,000 in Fines, District Attorney Says

Today 02:28 GMT

A court office assistant stole more than $160,000 in fines paid by businesses and people who had been ticketed in Manhattan for minor offenses like drinking alcohol in public and violating the fire code, a prosecutor said in court on Tuesday.

As a result, bench warrants were issued for 15 people who had pleaded guilty by mail and paid their fines, which were as little as $25, including five who were subsequently arrested, Robert Cannata, an assistant district attorney in the Public Corruption Unit, said at Mr. Sanchez’s arraignment.

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Source: NBC News

Justice Department pulls back on search warrant for visitors to Trump-protest website

Today 00:38 GMT

The federal government backpedaled Tuesday after its request for data about visitors to an anti-Trump website was slammed as a broad violation of free speech protections.

"The government values and respects the First Amendment right of all Americans to participate in peaceful political protests and to read protected political expression online," federal prosecutors said in a supplemental filing in D.C. Superior Court, which asked a judge to let it amend a search warrant it filed last month.

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Source: Common Domain

Tough Reviews for Madden 18 Won’t Sack EA Stock

Wednesday 20:59 GMT

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Madden 18 has an average Metacritic score of 80 currently, which Piper Jaffray analyst Michael Olson notes is lower than Madden 17’s average of 83.5 and the franchise’s 10-year average of 82. Reviewers like that the latest title has better graphics and more accurate renderings of players, while they’ve panned a new passing feature.

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Source: CBS News

How Netflix picks recommendations for users

Wednesday 16:23 GMT

Netflix revealed how it finds its recommendations for users, and the connections between different programs might surprise you.

Four out of five of the shows watched on Netflix were found by its subscribers thanks to recommendations offered them, Netflix says. Those suggested new favorites are much more customized for each subscriber than might be evident from a glance at the Netflix home page.

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Source: BBC

Carl Frampton confirms split from manager Barry McGuigan

Tuesday 12:43 GMT

Belfast boxer Carl Frampton has confirmed that his partnership with manager Barry McGuigan's Cyclone Promotions has come to an end.

The Northern Ireland boxer has been managed by McGuigan since turning professional in 2009 and the former world featherweight belt holder helped guide Frampton to become a two-weight world champion. "I'm continuing with my efforts to get my homecoming fight rescheduled in the very near future," said Frampton.

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Source: Common Domain

The End of Car Ownership

Tuesday 12:43 GMT

Thanks to ride sharing and the looming introduction of self-driving vehicles, the entire model of car ownership is being upended—and very soon may not look anything like it has for the past century.

Auto makers, meanwhile, already are looking for ways to sustain their business as fewer people make a long-term commitment to a car. And startups will spring up to develop services that this new ownership model demands—perhaps even create whole new industries around self-driving cars and ride sharing.


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