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What Trump can learn from Rex Tillerson, his secretary of state pick

If Rex Tillerson can do it, maybe Donald Trump can too.<p>Trump's pick for secretary of state has a plan to deal with any conflicts of interest if he's confirmed by the senate.<p>ExxonMobil will cash out its ex-CEO's $181 million retirement package and put it into an independently managed trust that …

Facebook, Google, Microsoft, IBM, and Apple Don’t Rule Out Helping Track Muslims

In a new report from The Intercept, 8 out of 9 major technology firms either gave no reply or took no position when asked if they would cooperate …

15 Tried And True Recipes You'll Make Again And Again

From my personal recipe files to yours!<p>I have been cooking for the majority of the past six years, and while I enjoy trying new recipes, there are some recipes that I return to again and again. I love them because they are wholesome, delicious, relatively fast/simple, don't require a lot of fancy …

On Veterans Day, Obama urges a disgruntled and divided country to ‘practice kindness’

President Obama laid a wreath in Arlington National Cemetery on Friday and used his final Veterans Day speech to deliver a plea for unity and to urge Americans to set aside political grievances and follow the example of those who fight the country's wars.<p>"We can practice kindness, we can pay it …

Elections

In tests of extreme math intelligence, boys still outscore girls in the US but the gap is closing fast

We live in an enlightened age in which it is considered offensive and wrong (at least in polite society) to suggest women are not as smart and capable as men. But when it comes to extreme genius—Nobel-prize winning, scientific breakthrough-making, earth-shattering levels of intelligence—many still …

Homeland Security Is 'Investigating All Potential Causes' of Internet Disruptions

Cyber attacks targeting a little known internet infrastructure company, Dyn, disrupted access to dozens of websites on Friday, preventing some users …

Chipotle settles sick customers' claims, avoiding court battles

CHICAGO (Reuters) - Chipotle Mexican Grill (CMG.N) has agreed to financial settlements with more than 100 customers who fell ill after eating at its restaurants last year, lawyers for the consumers said, as it attempts to move on from a string of food-safety problems.<p>The burrito chain's strategy of …

Is this the end for air conditioning? Scientists develop clothing which cools the body

An end to arguments over the temperature of office air conditioning could be on the horizon after scientists invented a material which cools the body by 4F.<p>The new cloth reflects sunlight while also allowing heat radiating from a person's body to escape.<p>While people have been wearing furs and …

Stanford University

'Criminal Minds' guest actor stole $60,000 from show's former star Shemar Moore

An actor who had two brief appearances on CBS' "Criminal Minds" has pleaded no contest to charges that he stole more than $60,000 from one of the show's former headliners, actor Shemar Moore.<p>As part of a plea bargain reached Wednesday morning in San Fernando, actor Keith Tisdell, 42, agreed to …

Bug leaves 900 million Android devices vulnerable to attack

Researchers have discovered a bug in the chips used in more than 900 million Android phones that, if exploited, could give attackers access to a phone's settings, apps, camera and microphone.<p>The security team at Check Point found four vulnerabilities in the chip used in Android devices including …

Android News

Thieves have figured out a crafty way to break into locked iPhones after stealing them

Enterprising thieves have now figured out a way to break into stolen iPhones after they've been locked if the owner isn't careful.<p>It requires duping the target, so it's possible to detect and block — but you need to know what you're doing.<p>We heard about the trick from Joonas Kiminki, who wrote a …