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11 everyday skills that will make you more successful over time

Some say it's luck. Others say it's hustle. The truth is, success only comes with a combination of both, as well as a few other ingredients.<p>Defining success can be tricky because it's so subjective.<p>Some people want to make a million dollars a year. Others want to make a good living and have three …

Alphabet's Stock Tops $1,000 To Hit Record High

Alphabet has joined the exclusive $1,000 club.<p>Shares of Google’s parent company crossed the $1,000 mark shortly after the opening bell on Monday, notching a new record high of $1,007.40. The tech giant follows Amazon, which topped the $1,000 threshold last week.<p>Alphabet’s stock has climbed more …

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Opinion: 1967 - The war that never ended

This week marks the 50th anniversary of the Six-Day War. Allegedly, the shortest war in Israel's history. But de facto, it continues to this very …

How the Six-Day War Changed Israel’s Mind

Fifty years ago today, on June 5, 1967, we awoke to the news that the war we had dreaded was begun—and decided. I was eighteen, had just finished my freshman year at McGill, and was living with my father, who had been a Zionist leader in Montreal during the nineteen-fifties and had recently married …

Apple announces watchOS 4 Apple Watch update

Apple has announced watchOS 4 for Apple Watch at WWDC 2017. First up is a new Siri-based watch face… Details below.<p>9to5Mac Happy Hour<p>The new Siri watch face is a dynamic, intelligent option that changes what information is presented based on what’s on your calendar and in other apps. There’s also a …

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Why Are Atheists Generally Smarter Than Religious People?

For more than a millennium, scholars have noticed a curious correlation: Atheists tend to be more intelligent than religious people.<p>It's unclear why …

Trump's poll numbers are in a very, very bad place

<b>Washington (CNN) —</b> On March 11, 45% of Americans approved of the job Donald Trump was doing in Gallup's daily tracking poll. It's been all downhill since then.<p>In the intervening 86 days, Trump's job approval has never again reached 45% in Gallup's data. In fact, the last time Trump was even at 43% …

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WWDC 2017: What's Coming at Apple's Big Spring Fling

You can always tell when Apple's WWDC developer shindig is nigh. Just follow the leaks.<p>A few months before Tim Cook and his executives take the stage …

Little-Known Newsletter Beats Market Year After Year - For Four Decades

The crowded investment newsletter business is fiercely competitive, so superior or strong performance is difficult to achieve — and sustain. But one particular newsletter, “The Prudent Speculator,” has been beating the market on an annualized basis, not just for a brief period of time but for four …

Mapped: The optimal road trip to see all the US national parks

RANDY OLSON, a Computer Science & Engineering Ph.D. candidate at Michigan State University, is a man who likes to design road trips. He has …

17 Netflix Hidden Gems That'll Stretch Your Imagination

Because good shows make you think.

Macron explains his tense handshake with Trump

<b>Washington (CNN) —</b> French President Emmanuel Macron confirmed that there was indeed a deeper significance to the prolonged handshake he shared with US President Donald Trump in Brussels.<p>"My handshake with him, it's not innocent," Macron told the Journal du Dimanche in an interview published Sunday. …

While campaigning, Merkel says Europeans can't 'completely' rely on US, others

<b>Washington (CNN) —</b> German Chancellor Angela Merkel said her experience at recent international summits featuring US President Donald Trump showed her Europe can't "completely" rely on the United States and other longstanding allies.<p>"The times when we could completely rely on others are, to an …

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Mount Everest

<b>(CNN) —</b> Sixty-four years ago, Tenzing Norgay, who's also known as Sherpa Tenzing, and Sir Edmund Hillary became the first two people to reach the summit of Mount Everest, the world's tallest mountain.<p><i>This 2015 photograph shows a distant view of Mount Everest in China's Tibet Autonomous …

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Corporate ambitions: Amazon, the world’s most remarkable firm, is just getting started

AMAZON is an extraordinary company. The former bookseller accounts for more than half of every new dollar spent online in America. It is the world’s …

Why Does Mount Rushmore Exist?

Nothing about our trip to Mount Rushmore went according to plan. Our flight was delayed. We found ourselves stranded in the Minneapolis airport for four hours. “Minneapolis airport four hours,” we typed into Google, and the internet responded by persuading us to take a train to the Mall of America. …

President Trump called my cellphone to say that the health-care bill was dead

By Robert Costa<p>Robert Costa<p>National political reporter covering the White House, Congress and campaigns<p>Email Bio Follow<p>Reporter<p>President Trump called me on my cellphone Friday afternoon at 3:31 p.m. At first I thought it was a reader with a complaint since it was a blocked number.<p>Instead, it was …

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If ghosts were real, Brian Cox claims CERN would have found them by now

There are countless conspiracy theories surrounding ghosts and paranormal activity, and while it shouldn't need explaining to anyone who has a …

9 things it’s hard to believe the president of the United States actually just said

Minutes after President Donald Trump’s press conference concluded on Thursday afternoon, CNN’s Jake Tapper called it “unhinged” and “wild.”<p>Here are nine quotes from the presser that back up that assessment.<p><b>1)</b> At the beginning of the press conference, Trump blasted intelligence community leaks about …

How Netanyahu Beat Obama

As the Israeli prime minister prepares to meet President Trump, his agenda isn’t much different than it was when he first met Obama. But Netanyahu has changed substantially.<p>On March 3, 2015, Benjamin Netanyahu took a major gamble. Two weeks removed from Israel’s election day, sagging polls showed …

How Thinking About Death Can Make Your Life Better

It’s so important to live your life fully, in the now, aware of everything you have. Author Wayne Dyer said that in order to appreciate the beauty of …

How to Set Up Your Mac for Wi-Fi Calling

- Feb 12, 2017<p>You can, in fact, make phone calls from your Mac. Wi-Fi (<i>WiFi</i>) calling is one of the perks you get when you choose to go with Apple’s …

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Total recall: the people who never forget

An extremely rare condition may transform our understanding of memory<p>If you ask Jill Price to remember any day of her life, she can come up with an answer in a heartbeat. What was she doing on 29 August 1980? “It was a Friday, I went to Palm Springs with my friends, twins, Nina and Michelle, and …

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Democrats Pull All-Nighter at Senate to Oppose AG Nominee Sessions

Congress<p>Senate Democrats stayed-up for a second consecutive late-night session Tuesday to highlight their opposition to another one of President Donald Trump's Cabinet nominees. And this time the target is one of their own colleagues, attorney general nominee Jeff Sessions.<p>Democrats spoke on the …

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More Than 650,000 People Have Joined a Campaign to Impeach President Trump

A campaign to impeach President Donald Trump now has more than 650,000 signatures.<p>The online petition, which is spearheaded by two nonprofit advocacy …

Why Smart People Don't Multitask

Multitasking is really tempting. It's also really bad for you.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>You may have heard that multitasking is bad for you, but new studies show that it kills your performance and may even damage your brain. Every time you multitask you aren’t …

U.S. Embassy in Iraq Reports Threat Against Baghdad Hotels

World<p>BAGHDAD — The U.S. embassy in Baghdad said on Monday it has limited the movement of its personnel after receiving "credible threats of possible attacks on hotels frequented by Westerners".<p>"As a reminder, U.S. citizens should maintain a heightened sense of security awareness and take …

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