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Booze, Sex and Legal Drama: How the ‘Bachelor’ Scandal Could Reshape Reality TV

An allegation of sexual misconduct could put producers on notice that they’re responsible for contestant behavior on set, “even if it might make for great TV.” read more … Read the referenced story here… Booze, Sex and Legal Drama: How the ‘Bachelor’ Scandal Could Reshape Reality TV

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US 

US-South Korea Summit Could Expose Strains in Alliance

When South Korean President Moon Jae-in and U.S. President Donald Trump meet for the first time next week (June 28), they will almost certainly emphasize the common threat posed by the repressive and nuclear Kim Jong Un regime, but increasing differences over security and trade could undermine the show of unity.  The summit will occur in the wake of the tragic death of Otto Warmbier, the U.S. student who had been held prisoner in North Korea while in a coma for over 15 months, and finally released last week with…

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Smarter 

10 Stories Proved That Physical Distance Could Never Be the Roadblock of True Love!

After all the ups and downs in your love life and all the misery of not being able to find the one, you have finally met the person who makes you feel like on top of the world and who you can’t imagine spending the rest of your life without. However, there is a catch. A huge one, actually. Measurable by miles. Even though you believe that your love is strong enough, the constant struggle involved in keeping a long distance relationship can at times wear you down, and make…

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Android 

Galaxy Note 8 could debut in late August without in-display fingerprint

August 26 could be Note 8 day — but the phone may miss out on the much anticipated in-display fingerprint sensor. According to two separate reports, Samsung looks set to unveil the Galaxy Note 8 at a late August event. Reuters says a Note 8 with a display “marginally larger” than the 6.2-inch Galaxy S8 Plus will break cover towards the end of August in New York City. Korean outlet Naver pins the date down to August 26, just days before IFA 2017 in Berlin — a major electronics trade…

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Could Illinois Be the First State to File for Bankruptcy?

Aimee Picchi, CBS NewsIllinois residents may feel some solidarity with the likes of Puerto Rico and Detroit. A financial crunch is spiraling into a serious problem for Illinois lawmakers, prompting some observers to wonder if the state might make history by becoming the first to go bankrupt. At the moment, it’s impossible for a state to file for bankruptcy protection, which is only afforded to counties and municipalities like Detroit. … Read the referenced story here: Could Illinois Be the First State to File for Bankruptcy?

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Amazon deal for Whole Foods could bring retail experiments

AP Photo/Rogelio V. Solis NEW YORK (AP) — Online retail giant Amazon is making a bold expansion into physical stores with a $13.7 billion deal to buy Whole Foods, setting the stage for radical retail experiments that could revolutionize how people buy groceries and everything else. Amazon could try to use automation and data analysis to draw more customers to stores while helping Whole Foods cut costs and perhaps prices. Meanwhile, the more than 460 Whole Foods stores in the U.S., Canada and the … Read the referenced story here: Amazon…

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Android 

Vivo could be the first to launch a smartphone with an on-screen fingerprint sensor

Vivo could edge out Samsung and other companies in launching a phone with an on-screen fingerprint sensor. Samsung failed in its attempt to integrate a fingerprint sensor into the screen of the Galaxy S8, and it now looks like Vivo will be the first company to roll out a device with an on-screen fingerprint sensor. A leaked video on Weibo shows off a Vivo phone that looks a lot like the X9 Plus, albeit with an optical fingerprint sensor that’s embedded into the screen itself. In related news, a report…

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Smarter 

The Cause of an Addiction Could Date Back to When We Were Just Born

Alcohol abuse, illegal drug use, obsessive gambling, and smoking are just a handful of addiction problems that plague our culture. There are far too many addictions to list in one article, that is how bad addiction has become today. Is it because we are more aware of addictions or is it because of something else? Humans are born to attach. When the attachment doesn’t happen to another person, they turn to other things for that bond, which creates addiction. Are you practicing Attachment Parenting methods so that your child is…

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