Oct 23 2017 Facebook Tests Splitting Its News Feed Into Two

Facebook Inc said on Monday it was testing the idea of dividing its News F eed in two, separating commercial posts from personal news in a move that could lead some businesses to increase advertising.
The Facebook News Feed, the centerpiece of the world’s largest social network service, is a streaming series of posts such as [...]

 

Oct 23 2017 Facebook Tests Splitting Its News Feed Into Two

Facebook Inc said on Monday it was testing the idea of dividing its News F eed in two, separating commercial posts from personal news in a move that could lead some businesses to increase advertising.
The Facebook News Feed, the centerpiece of the world’s largest social network service, is a streaming series of posts such as [...]

 

Oct 23 2017 Ivanka Trump: Tax Plan Addresses Needs of US Families

President Donald Trump’s eldest daughter on Monday channeled her roles as a working mother, entrepreneur and senior adviser to the president to help him sell his administration’s tax plan for reform, which she said is overdue to address the needs of the modern American family in an increasingly competitive global market.
Ivanka Trump joined U.S. Treasurer [...]

 

Oct 23 2017 Ivanka Trump: Tax Plan Addresses Needs of US Families

President Donald Trump’s eldest daughter on Monday channeled her roles as a working mother, entrepreneur and senior adviser to the president to help him sell his administration’s tax plan for reform, which she said is overdue to address the needs of the modern American family in an increasingly competitive global market.
Ivanka Trump joined U.S. Treasurer [...]

 

Oct 23 2017 Maryland Bans State Business with Companies Boycotting Israel

Maryland is the latest state to prohibit official business with companies boycotting Israel.
Republican Governor Larry Hogan signed an executive order Monday after the Democratic-led state legislature filed to pass a bill spelling out the policy.
“Boycotts based on religion, national origin, place of residence or ethnicity are discriminatory,” Hogan said. “Contracting with businesses that practice discrimination [...]

 

Oct 23 2017 Maryland Bans State Business with Companies Boycotting Israel

Maryland is the latest state to prohibit official business with companies boycotting Israel.
Republican Governor Larry Hogan signed an executive order Monday after the Democratic-led state legislature filed to pass a bill spelling out the policy.
“Boycotts based on religion, national origin, place of residence or ethnicity are discriminatory,” Hogan said. “Contracting with businesses that practice discrimination [...]

 

Oct 23 2017 Demand for Hawking Thesis Shuts Down Cambridge University Website

When Britain’s Cambridge University put physicist Stephen Hawking’s 1966 thesis on line for the first time Monday, the university’s website collapsed.
Professor Hawking’s “Properties of Expanding Universes” has been the most requested item in the university’s library.
To meet the demand, and with Hawking’s encouragement, Cambridge made it available on line.
About 60,000 people sought to access it, [...]

 

Oct 23 2017 Demand for Hawking Thesis Shuts Down Cambridge University Website

When Britain’s Cambridge University put physicist Stephen Hawking’s 1966 thesis on line for the first time Monday, the university’s website collapsed.
Professor Hawking’s “Properties of Expanding Universes” has been the most requested item in the university’s library.
To meet the demand, and with Hawking’s encouragement, Cambridge made it available on line.
About 60,000 people sought to access it, [...]

 

Oct 23 2017 ‘Underwear Bomber’ Sues Government Over Prison Treatment

The man who tried to blow up a Detroit-bound flight in 2009 with explosives hidden in his underwear is alleging his constitutional rights are being violated in a federal prison.
In a lawsuit filed last week in a Colorado federal court, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, also known as the “Underwear Bomber,” claims he’s being indefinitely housed in [...]

 

Oct 23 2017 ‘Underwear Bomber’ Sues Government Over Prison Treatment

The man who tried to blow up a Detroit-bound flight in 2009 with explosives hidden in his underwear is alleging his constitutional rights are being violated in a federal prison.
In a lawsuit filed last week in a Colorado federal court, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, also known as the “Underwear Bomber,” claims he’s being indefinitely housed in [...]

 
 
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