Justin Johnson

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Comey firing sends shockwaves through FBI rank-and-file

<b>Washington (CNN) —</b> News of James Comey's firing Tuesday night sent shockwaves through the FBI, where the dismissal of the generally well-liked bureau director immediately impacted the thousands of agents nationwide.<p>The reaction was not universal. Some in the agency resented the political spotlight …

The U.S., Canada and Mexico are buying more job-killing robots than ever before

First-quarter sales in 2017 jumped 32 percent from the same time last year.<p>Robots are getting cheaper and smaller and, as a result, sales have grown significantly over the past year, particularly in North America, as more companies move manufacturing operations closer to U.S. markets.<p>North American …

Crucial for Americans to Resist 'Hate,' Obama Says in Rare Address

Americans must have the courage to "stand up to hate" during a time of polarization, former President Barack Obama said Sunday night in accepting an award from the late President John F. Kennedy's family.<p>"For many Americans, I know that this feels like an uncertain and perilous time," Obama — …

17 Inspiring Quotes From TV That Have Helped People Through Tough Shit

"There is no aspect, no facet, no moment in life that can't be improved with pizza."<p>We received many responses (thank you). Here's a few of them:<p>If you have any TV quote that helps, feel free to share below.

World's best job? Company will pay you $10,000 a month to travel the globe in luxury

Do you have a serious case of wanderlust but don't have the cash to get up and go?<p>Third Home, dubbed the “Airbnb for millionaires,” is seeking applicants for what it describes as the "best job on the planet."<p>On Friday, the private, Tennessee-based members-only travel club for second homeowners, …

The U.S. will be hit worse by job automation than other major economies

A new study from PwC estimates that 38 percent of U.S. jobs could be lost to automation in the next 15 years.<p>Nearly 40 percent of jobs in the U.S. may be vulnerable to replacement by robots in the next fifteen years, according to a new study by the research firm PwC.<p>Other major advanced economies …