Keegan White

88 Flips | 20 Magazines | 20 Likes | 5 Followers | @SirKeeganThe2nd | Keep up with Keegan White on Flipboard, a place to see the stories, photos, and updates that matter to you. Flipboard creates a personalized magazine full of everything, from world news to life’s great moments. Download Flipboard for free and search for “Keegan White”

Kentucky Students Arrested After Climbing Through Ceiling Duct to Steal Exam Papers

Two college students in Kentucky thought they could cheat the system by breaking into a statistics professor’s office via the ceiling ducts and make …

Albert Einstein Quotes To Celebrate His 138th Birthday

Albert Einstein’s name is almost synonymous with genius. The German-born theoretical physicist would have turned 138 on Tuesday, March 14, if he were …

A 31-year-old who retired with $US1 million in the bank shares the spreadsheet she used to get there

If you aspire to achieve financial independence or retire early, consider this piece of advice from Kristy Shen: Track your money.<p>That’s how Shen …

Trump paid $38 million in taxes in 2005, the White House says

President Trump paid $38 million in federal taxes in 2005 on income of $153 million and reported a $105 million write-down in business losses, according to a copy of his tax return first revealed Tuesday night.<p>Trump paid an effective tax rate of 24 percent and saved millions of dollars in …

Donald Trump

Behold: The Weirdest Fresh Prince/Will Smith Fan Theory Ever

Last week, Will Smith uploaded a YouTube video of him bungee jumping off the Victoria Falls bridge over the Zambezi river in Zambia. Now, that normally would be a headline-grabber, but what has people talking isn’t that he plummeted 364 feet and survived — it’s that as he was doing it, he happened …

BMW Unveils a Motorcycle Straight Out of 'Tron'

It may look like it drove off the set of Tron, but the jet black-and-chrome motorcycle that BMW just unveiled is more than just a fantasy.<p>"I am selling emotions, passion," explained BMW's CEO, Harald Krueger. "If a customer just needs to go from Point A to Point B, they don’t need a BMW."<p>Saddled …

Motorcycles

Hawaiian Airlines wins right to weigh larger passengers before they fly

Hawaiian Airlines has won the right to weigh people before they board their planes.<p>The airline will be able to weigh larger passengers over a six-month period to work out how to save fuel after discovering the average passenger and carry-on weight was heavier than expected.<p>It has now stopped …

Hawaiian Airlines

10 of the Weirdest Powertrain Layouts Ever Used In Cars

Strange, but wonderful.<p>Not every front-drive car has a transverse engine and not every rear drive car has the gearbox mounted right behind the engine. For a variety of reasons, automakers have developed all sorts of neat packaging solutions for their powertrains that buck convention. Here are ten …

Puma by Rihanna Creeper ‘Velvet'.

SPORTSWEAR Fix: Nike Air Huarache .<p>In a perfect world – our perfect world – every foot would be snuggly hugged by a pair of Huaraches, especially our …

Hall of Fame welcomes 11-member class

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. -- John Calipari never could have been a Hall of Famer on his own ability.<p>"I never grabbed a rebound," he said. "I never scored a …

Hall of Fame

Four future space technologies that will change the world in your lifetime

From ending natural disasters, to flying to Sydney in an hour, scientists are working on future technologies to solve some of humanity's biggest challenges<p>Imagine a world where severe storms, tornadoes, and flash flooding are no longer a threat to human life. Or a time when flying from London to …

Time Travel

T-Mobile Doesn’t Like Customers Who Use 2,000GB Of Data Per Month

T-Mobile CEO John Legere issued a strong announcement saying that some customers are abusing the company’s network. While T-Mobile has become quite popular with its unlimited LTE mobile plans, unfortunately you don’t get unlimited LTE for tethering. After 7GB per month, you tethering speeds slow …

Apple and Cisco team up to give iOS a biz boost

As part of its ongoing effort to penetrate the enterprise market, Apple announced today that it is partnering with Cisco to create fast lanes for iOS business users that use Cisco networking hardware.<p>Apple revealed the new partnership this morning, detailing how Cisco’s enterprise environments will …

Cisco Systems

Why Phone Fraud Starts With A Silent Call

Here's an experience some of us have had. The phone rings. You pick it up and say "Hello. Hello. Helloooo." But nobody answers.<p>It turns out there could be someone on the other end of the line: an automated computer system that's calling your number — and tens of thousands of others — to build a …

Identity Theft

How To Make Powdered Booze At Home

Fluffy like confetti and just as liquorous as the bottled stuff<p>Some truths we rarely question. The sky is blue. The sun rises in the east. Cocktails are wet. But a new product, called Palcohol, aims to crumble our everyday expectations. It's an alcoholic beverage -- in powder form. Carry a …

Alcohol

Congress’ Summer Fling With Marijuana

How Congress turned on the DEA and embraced weed.<p>It’s not easy being the DEA these days. After an unprecedented losing streak on Capitol Hill, the once-untouchable Drug Enforcement Administration suffered last week what might be considered the ultimate indignity: A Senate panel, for the first time, …

Cannabis

Yelawolf admits he's an alcoholic on ESPN: 'Sobriety sucks'

When Yelawolf sat down with Dan Le Batard and Bomani Jones of <i>Highly Questionable</i> on Friday, the tone shifted to something dramatically different than …

Off the streets and into the OR: a new UCLA doctor turns his life around

Two very different documents define James Maciel's unusual life journey.<p>The older one is a photocopy of his court records from the late '90s, showing arrests for graffiti vandalism and possession of a handgun that landed him in Orange County Juvenile Hall and the Youth Guidance Center for six …

High School

June 2015

Diversity

Why Pot Stocks Are Too Hot to Handle

If you're waiting for the right time to invest in some "green gold," keep waiting.<p>The relaxation of U.S. laws prohibiting the recreational and …

How Pepsi hopes to get millennials to drink carbonated sugar water again

In an effort to win over the growing segment of consumers who associate big soda brands with chemicals and obesity, Pepsi is returning to its roots. The beverage and snack company, which started out purveying carbonated soft drinks, has relied for quarter after quarter after quarter on profits from …

Fair Trade

Beats Founder On The NFL Banning Beats: 'I Can't Believe I'm This Lucky'

"We didn't do anything, and now the players are going out and putting black tape on our logo," Iovine said during a talk at University of Southern California's Global Conversation.<p>"It's like, I can't believe I'm this lucky," he said, laughing. "I feel like sending them the tape."<p>Iovine talked …

NFL

Facebook and Apple will pay to freeze employees' eggs. But is this really a work perk?

It's generous indeed for Facebook and Apple to extend their benefits to include egg freezing for women who want to put off child-bearing. And it might be exactly what some women want. But it's also a sign of how poorly the U.S. workplace has responded to the needs of families.<p>Under the new …

Reproductive Medicine

FBI Warns U.S. Businesses of China-backed Cyberattacks

The FBI warned U.S. businesses on Wednesday that hackers it believes to be backed by the Chinese government have recently launched attacks on U.S. companies. The "flash" warning described tools and techniques used by the hackers and asked companies to contact federal authorities if they believe …

Cybersecurity

Why Converse Is Fighting to Keep All Stars Cool

Nike, the iconic shoe's manufacturer, is suing 31 companies to protect a fraction of their business.<p>The shoes are so recognizable that you know the brand when you see them: Smooth, rounded tops with rubber soles and a stripe that wraps around them. They're Converse's Chuck Taylor's, of course, the …

Striking Collages Replace Guns from Vintage Photos with Life-Size Flowers

A French creative who goes by the name Mister Blick fuses vintage black and white photographs with colorful illustrations of flowers. The monochromatic pictures depict men at war, and we see them among the trenches and fighter jets. But, instead of guns in their hands, Blick has seamlessly replaced …

Vintage

DC Comics Movies Announced: 'Justice League,' 'Wonder Woman,' 'The Flash,' and More

Warner Bros. performed the movie studio equivalent of a mic drop this morning by announcing its slate of DC Comics movies, spanning six years and 10 movies.<p>It all starts next spring with the much-buzzed-about "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice." Gal Gadot, who stars in that movie as Wonder Woman, …

Will Mars One’s volunteers get to live on the red planet? Yes, briefly

Researchers at Massachusetts Institute of Technology reckon settlers on Mars would all be dead within a few months<p><b>Name:</b> Mars One.<p><b>Age:</b> A year and a half since the mission was announced.<p><b>Appearance:</b> The most expensive portable toilets in the galaxy.<p><b>Oh. Are they like those fancy Japanese ones that play</b> …

Will.i.am introduces the Puls smartwatch

When you think wearables, you don’t usually think international superstar or Salesforce. Push aside that old way of thinking aside because Black Eyed Peas frontman Will.i.am just unveiled his Puls smartwatch at the Dreamforce conference in San Francisco.<p>Pronounced “pulse,” the smartwatch is voice …

NBA Stars Reading Mean Tweets Is Hilariously Awkward

The NBA season is over and Lebron James was knocked off the throne.<p>In the wake of the San Antionio Spurs victory over two-time reigning champion Miami Heat, Jimmy Kimmel released an NBA edition of Mean Tweets -- and it hits nothing but net. The video features some hilarious (and uncomfortable) …