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Word of the week: Boogaloo

Why is this man wearing an aloha shirt—in Nebraska, in February—while toting a big ol’ weapon inside a government building? And what does all of that have to do with the word of the week, boogaloo? Brett Hendrix of Omaha with an AR-15 in the #Nebraska Capitol. Hendrix said he brought the gun to demonstrate the right to keep and bear arms. He opposes a gun bill that will be heard this afternoon in the #NELeg Judiciary Committee, viewable here: https://t.co/3k43sJrjfC pic.twitter.com/834lwqOK5Z...
Tags: Facebook, Fashion, Music, Politics, New York, Nbc, Guns, Etsy, Film, Virginia, America, San Francisco, Ukraine, James Brown, Dance, New York Times


No global digital tax by end-2020 would mean chaos - France

Failure to reach a global deal on where and how much to tax digital giants such as Google , Amazon or Facebook would result in many digital tax regimes emerging all over the world, France's Finance Minister said on Sunday.
Tags: Facebook, Money, France, businessNews, Google Amazon


Snoop Dogg returns to LA Kings broadcast booth for '90s Night'

Rapper Snoop Dogg joined the Los Angeles Kings television broadcast booth to bring his unique perspective to Saturday night's game against Colorado.In January 2019, Snoop joined the Kings broadcast team of Alex Faust and Jim Fox for a game against the Pittsburgh Penguins and received rave reviews. It was only a matter of time before he received an invite back, and with the Kings holding "90s Night", it was the perfect opportunity. Snoop was decked out in full Kings gear, with a black Kings ca...
Tags: Facebook, Colorado, Sport, Fox, Kings, Chargers, Alex, Snoop Dogg, Unknown, Los Angeles Kings, Inglewood, LA Kings, Anze Kopitar, Pittsburgh Penguins, Avs, Snoop


B. Smith, The “Black Martha Stewart,” Is Dead At 70

Barbara “B.” Smith, a model, restaurateur, and lifestyle guru previously dubbed the “Black Martha Stewart,” has died at the age of 70. Smith passed away on Saturday after battling early onset Alzheimer’s disease, which she was diagnosed with in 2013. Smith’s husband, Dan Gatsby, announced the news of Smith’s death in a Facebook post, noting that Smith passed away “peacefully” in the couple’s Long Island, NY home. Smith was stepmother to Gasby’s daughter, Dana. “Heaven is shining even...
Tags: Facebook, Fashion, Music, Cbs News, Smithsonian, Al Roker, Smith, Vanity Fair, Dana, Gatsby, Barbara, Roker, Long Island NY, B Smith, Dan Gasby, Mademoiselle


Model and Lifestyle Guru B. Smith Dies at 70 Years Old

(NEW YORK) — Model, restaurateur and lifestyle guru Barbara “B.” Smith has died at her Long Island home, her family announced in a statement on social media. She was 70. Smith died Saturday evening after battling early onset Alzheimer’s disease, which she was diagnosed with in 2013. She and her husband, Dan Gasby, raised awareness of the disease, and particularly its impacts on the African-American community, following her diagnosis. “Heaven is shining even brighter now that it is graced wi...
Tags: Facebook, New York, Celebrities, News, Nbc, Martha Stewart, New York City, Uncategorized, Pennsylvania, Remembrance, Smith, Long Island, Pittsburgh, Martha, Barbara, McCormick


Investors and startups are seeking ways to entertain and protect kids online

As streaming services like HBO Max, Netflix and Disney+ plus vie for subscription dollars and YouTube, Xumo, Kanopy, Tubi TV, Vudu and Pluto TV try to take more ad revenue from traditional television, entertainment for kids — and the tech tools that manage their screen time — are becoming more important. On the streaming side, Netflix has been marshaling its resources for months, poaching talent like Chris Nee, creator of the “Doc Mcstuffins” Disney Channel series, Naketha Mattocks (“The D...
Tags: TC, Facebook, Media, Youtube, Disney, Tech, Netflix, Pocket watch, Streaming Services, Subscription Services, Disney Channel, Pluto TV, Superawesome, Kapor Capital, YouTube Facebook, Dentsu


Hundreds Evacuated, Dozens Hospitalized After Gas Pipe Rupture in Mississippi

After a 24-inch gas pipe rupture in Yazoo County, Miss., on Saturday evening, more than 300 residents were evacuated and 46 people were treated at nearby hospitals, according to state authorities. The pipe, which belongs to Denbury Enterprises, contained carbon dioxide and hydrogen sulfide. Residents “complained of green gas and a noxious odor,” according to Mississippi Emergency Management Agency (MEMA). The Yazoo County Emergency Management Agency told residents of Satartia on Saturday in...
Tags: Facebook, News, Mississippi, Uncategorized, Mississippi Emergency Management Agency, MEMA, Onetime, Yazoo County Miss, Denbury Enterprises, Yazoo County Emergency Management Agency, Satartia


Interactive Web Site Tracks the Global Spread of the Coronavirus: Created and Supported by Johns Hopkins

Johns Hopkins has created an interactive website that tracks the spread of the coronavirus around the globe. The site is updated daily, if not several times per day. And it shows the number of confirmed coronavirus cases around the globe (along with the precise location on a map), the number of people who have recovered from the virus, and the total number who have perished. With the report today that Italy has seen coronavirus spike from 3 cases, to 132 155, in a matter of days, it does look l...
Tags: Health, Google, Facebook, Cdc, College, Italy, Johns Hopkins, Facebook Twitter, WHO CDC ECDC NHC


Biden Says Facebook Warned His Staff About Russian Bots Targeting His Campaign

Former Vice President Joe Biden said during an interview on CBS’ “Face the Nation” Sunday morning that Facebook alerted his staff about Russian bots targeting his campaign. After saying that he doesn’t know if he can stop Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) given his momentum so far in the Democratic primary, Biden told CBS’ Margaret Brennan about how “the Russians don’t want me to be the nominee” and that “they spent a lot of money on bots on Facebook.” “And they’ve been taken down saying Biden is a b...
Tags: Facebook, News, White House, Russia, Joe Biden, House, New York Times, Biden, Bernie Sanders, Trump, Sanders, Sen Bernie Sanders, CBS Face the Nation, Brennan, Intelligence Committee, 2020 Elections


B. Smith, TV Host, Author and Restaurateur, Dies at 70

B. Smith, a former TV host, restaurateur and author, died of early-onset Alzheimer’s disease on Saturday night in her home in Long Island, New York. Her husband announced the news in a Facebook post on Sunday morning. She was 70. “Thank you to Dr. Sam Gandy, East End Hospice and additional caregivers who helped us […]
Tags: Facebook, News, Obituaries, Long Island New York, B. Smith, Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, Sam Gandy, Smith TV Host, East End Hospice


A Week At A University In New York, NY, That Costs $52,000 A Year

Welcome to Money Diaries – College Edition, where we’re tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern women: money. We’re asking college students how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day period — and we’re tracking every last dollar.Today: a Student/Technical Assistant at a university that costs $52,000 a year who spends some of her money this week on Ito En Green Tea. Occupation: Student/Technical AssistantIndustry: Higher EdAge: 20Location: New York, NYSalary: $15,600...
Tags: Facebook, Fashion, Music, New York, Minneapolis, Ebay, US, Eu, Walgreens, Brooklyn, Iowa, Mta, Portland, Manhattan, Jesus, Salt Lake City


A $1 slice of Apple, WeWork's $2 million settlement, and Michael Bloomberg's ad spree

Hello! Imagine the following scenario: You're a first time investor who wants to start trading on a fancy new app you've downloaded to your iPhone. But your dream investment, Apple, has a stock price of around $310, more than the $200 you've put aside to start investing. Enter: fractional-share trading. As Dan DeFrancesco and Rebecca Ungarino report this week: At a time when some of the most popular stocks are at all-time highs, fractional-share trading allows customer exposure to companies they...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Elon Musk, Texas, Wall Street, Boston, Amc, US, Trends, Bloomberg, Rebecca, Netflix, Healthcare, Pimco


Why India is the newest hotbed for tech experimentation

Western tech giants have been actively trying to break into the Indian market
Tags: Google, Amazon, Mobile, Facebook, News, India, Trends, Netflix, Smart Home


'This bubble will likely collapse': JPMorgan sounds the alarm on a hugely popular trade that's twice as overstretched as it was before the dot-com crash

The valuation gap between value and low-volatility stocks has grown twice as large as it was during the height of the dot-com boom.    This trend has created an unsustainable "equity factor bubble" that is likely to burst, according to Marko Kolanovic, JPMorgan's global head of macro, quantitative, and derivatives strategy. He explained why the bubble is inflating, how it will likely burst, and what investors should do to position accordingly. Click here for more BI Prime stories.  It is stil...
Tags: Facebook, Microsoft, Trends, Netflix, ESG, Jpmorgan, RBC Capital Markets, Marko Kolanovic, Kolanovic


Teletrade: Hacker Blocker

While you're reading this on your laptop, someone could be watching you. And if you’re reading from your tablet or smartphone, you're not completely safe either. Relax, we're talking about your webcam. But, one second—what if someone is actually watching us from the other side? Wunderman Dubai began here when Teletrade—one of the leading providers of corporate technology solutions in Lebanon—asked them to work on their annual cybersecurity campaign. “That's how we came to addr...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Advertising, Lebanon, Wunderman, Wunderman Dubai, Teletrade


Jazz Chisholm steals third base, tries to take it with him (Video)

Miami Marlins shortstop Jazz Chisholm stole third base and tried to take it with him during Saturday's spring training game against the New York Mets.It happened in the top of the eighth inning with two outs and runners at first and second with the game tied at 3-3. Chisholm was the runner at second and he took off on the 1-0 pitch, making it to third base easily. However, in the process of sliding into third, he pulled the bag right out of the dirt. Time was called and the bag was easily pl...
Tags: Facebook, Sport, Marlins, New York Mets, Miami Marlins, Unknown, Mets, Chisholm, Jazz Chisholm


Imam Omar Suleiman Calls for Unity at Bernie Sanders Rally

Imam Omar Suleiman made a special appearance at a Texas rally for the supporters of Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders. In his speech this February 16th, Imam Omar Suleiman  called for “[a]n America of safety, dignity, love and unity. An America where we uplift our most vulnerable, celebrate our diversity, and unlock our collective genius.” The video of the full speech may be viewed on his official Facebook page. When asked whether his presence at the Sanders Rally served as a...
Tags: Facebook, Politics, Texas, Featured, Instagram, Religion, America, United States, Sanders, Sen Bernie Sanders, Sanders Rally, Omar Suleiman, Iman Omar Suleiman, Bernie Sanders Rally


Russian Trolls Now Just Push Divisive Content Created By Others

"Americans don't need Russia's polarizing influence operations. They are plenty good enough at dividing themselves," writes the Atlantic's national security reporter, arguing that "the new face of Russian propaganda" is just a carefully-curated selection of inflammatory content made by Americans themselves. Citing the Mueller investigation, the article notes the irony that America's two front-runners for the presidency are now "both candidates Russian trolls sought to promote in 2016," calling...
Tags: Facebook, Russia, America, Tech, Atlantic, Moscow, Kremlin, Internet Research Agency, Atlantic Council, Clemson University, Mueller, Alina Polyakova, Digital Forensic Research Lab, Center For European Policy Analysis, Graham Brookie, Darren Linvill


Thai AirAsia X Cancel Flights to South Korea in March 2020

Thai AirAsia X Cancel Flights to South Korea in March 2020 Thai AirAsia X has cancelled flights to South Korea from 6 to 27 March 2020. They made the announcement yesterday. The flight cancellations to South Korea are on Thai AirAsia X flights and not AirAsia X flights. For passengers who are affected by the Thai AirAsia X flight cancelations to South Korea, they have a few options offered by the airlines. Move flight. One-time flight change to a new travel date on the s...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, South Korea, Thailand, Airlines, Headline, Bangkok, Airasia, Custom, TEHRAN Iran, Jeju Island, AirAsia X Cancel Flights, KoreaThai Airways, AirAsia Hong Leong Bank Credit CardAlmost Full, BusanMalaysia Airlines


Thai AirAsia X Cancel Some Flights to South Korea in March 2020

Thai AirAsia X Cancel Some Flights to South Korea in March 2020 Thai AirAsia X has cancelled some flights to South Korea from 6 to 27 March 2020. They made the announcement yesterday. The flight reductions to South Korea are on Thai AirAsia X flights and not AirAsia X flights. For passengers who are affected by the Thai AirAsia X flight cancelations to South Korea, they have a few options offered by the airlines. Move flight. One-time flight change to a new travel date o...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, South Korea, Thailand, Airlines, Headline, Bangkok, Airasia, Custom, TEHRAN Iran, Jeju Island, KoreaThai Airways, AirAsia Hong Leong Bank Credit CardAlmost Full, BusanMalaysia Airlines


TIM JOHNSON GALLERY - Step By Step Brown Trout Watercolor

Last weekend I found Tim Johnson at the Southwest Wildlife Exposition in one of three different Orvis spaces spread out over the event.  As we walked up, he was working on a Timmy Grips and we talked about the many hundred grips that he had done last year for a  limited edition series of Helios fly rods in both freshwater and saltwater models.  There are largely gone though you might find one still at your local shop.Tim had also recently finished a brown trout watercolor and I asked if he'd pas...
Tags: Facebook, Sport, Fishing, Johnson, Tim, Tim Johnson, Cameron Mortenson, Instagram Subscribe, Southwest Wildlife Exposition, Timmy Grips


Reece Horn channels The Rock to pump up Vipers fans prior to XFL home opener

Tampa Bay Vipers wide receiver Reece Horn channeled The Rock to inspire the fans prior to Saturday's XFL home opener against Houston.Horn was given the microphone and made the most of his opportunity to speak to the home fans. Reece Horn just cut the best WWE promo for the #Vipers #XFL pic.twitter.com/7qDXq68ZOC — Vipers Talk (@VipersTalk) February 22, 2020 "Thanks again for coming out, Vipers fans. We need y'all to be loud today. We need you to bring that energy, and most importantly...we n...
Tags: Facebook, Sport, Unknown, Vipers, Horn, Tampa Bay Vipers, Reece Horn, Houston Horn, Vipers XFL


Leon Draisaitl scores as puck takes crazy bounce off opponent's skate (Video)

Edmonton Oilers center Leon Draisaitl scored a goal with the help of the strangest bounce you will ever see during Friday night's game against Minnesota.It happened in the second period with the score tied at 2. The Oilers won the faceoff in the Wild zone, with Ryan Nugent-Hopkins taking the puck and passing it back to Matthew Benning at the point. Benning shot the puck wide and it bounced along the boards and around the back of the net to Draisaitl. Draisaitl tried to center it and the puck...
Tags: Facebook, Minnesota, Wild, Sport, NHL, Unknown, Edmonton Oilers, Ryan Nugent Hopkins, Oilers, Alex Stalock, Benning, Jared Spurgeon, Leon Draisaitl, Draisaitl, Jordan Greenway, Matthew Benning


Digital Edits, a Paid Army: Bloomberg Is ‘Destroying Norms’ on Social Media

His campaign is testing the boundaries of what platforms like Twitter and Facebook allow in politics. They’re having trouble coming up with an answer.
Tags: Facebook, Twitter, News, Social Media, Bloomberg, Google Inc, Facebook Inc, Political advertising, Presidential Election of 2020, Michael R, Instagram Inc


Facebook Quietly Cuts Off Sensitive Ad Data Before It Can Get Cambridge Analytica'd Again

A good rule of thumb is to be skeptical of the privacy-forward changes Facebook touts to the public, and to deeply interrogate any of the quieter changes it rolls out behind the scenes since those—surprisingly—often mark the real efforts that the company’s taking to be a little bit less of an invasive shitshow. Read more...
Tags: Facebook, Science, Advertising, Oopsie, Cambridge Analytica


10 Tips to Help You Better Understand Your Small Business Customers

Creating an effective marketing strategy requires having a strong understanding of your target customers. You need to understand the platforms they use, the messages that will resonate with them, and how they feel about your business. To increase your understanding, here are some tips from members of the online small business community. Create a Facebook Marketing Plan That Models the Customer Journey If you want to connect with customers on Facebook, you need to do it in a way that makes sen...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Sales, Toprank Marketing, Facebook Marketing, Digital Marketing Trends, James Moore, Rohan Ayyar, Retail Trends, Ivan Widjaya, Lisa Sicard, Lauren Snyder, Lane Ellis, Michal Leszczynski, Jennifer Clare Ball, Tim Jakes


Mike Bloomberg's social media strategy is under fire as Twitter suspends 70 pro-Bloomberg accounts for platform manipulation

On Friday, the Los Angeles Times reported that Twitter had suspended 70 accounts for violating its terms. The accounts in question were tweeting support for in identical messages. Bloomberg's campaign has come under scrutiny for its unconventional tactics on social media, including and an edited video clip from Tuesday's debate that many called misleading. A Twitter spokesman told Business Insider that the accounts had violated the social media company's policies around platform manipulatio...
Tags: Facebook, Twitter, Taylor Swift, Softbank, Trends, Bloomberg, Nevada, Los Angeles Times, Singh, Mike Bloomberg, Sabrina Singh


Game-changing LA County voting centers are open — despite some early glitches

Years in the making, vote centers opened throughout Los Angeles County on Saturday morning, ushering in a major change in the way and where many of the county’s voters cast their ballots. Billed as a way to make voting more equitable and accessible, the centers — all 1,000 of them — are sprinkled throughout Los Angeles County. Officials are staggering their opening — some 11 days ahead of the March 3 primary, and others opening next Saturday, Feb. 29, four days ahead of the primary. Some opened ...
Tags: Facebook, Politics, Elections, News, Congress, California, La, Los Angeles, Sport, Fbi, Soccer, Iowa, Long Beach, Beverly Hills, Local News, Presidential Election


Hello, LA County! Go vote! Voting centers now open, with some early glitches

Years in the making, vote centers opened throughout Los Angeles County on Saturday morning, ushering in a major change in the way and where many of the county’s voters cast their ballots. Billed as a way to make voting more equitable and accessible, the centers — all 1,000 of them — are sprinkled throughout Los Angeles County. Officials are staggering their opening — some 11 days ahead of the March 3 primary, and others opening next Saturday, Feb. 29, four days ahead of the primary. Some opened ...
Tags: Facebook, Politics, Elections, News, Congress, California, La, Los Angeles, Sport, Fbi, Soccer, Iowa, Beverly Hills, Local News, Presidential Election, Pomona


New Target Match Ups that will Help You Save Big – Starting 2/23

Target Coupon Match Ups 2/23 – Here are the Target Coupon Deals for this week! New to Couponing? Make sure to check out the Beginners Guide to Using Coupons New to Couponing at Target? Check out the Target Deals page to see all the latest deals at Target. Click the banner below to view the... Read More Read more about New Target Match Ups that will Help You Save Big – Starting 2/23
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