1. Prosecutors seeking death penalty against rapper YNW Melly in double murder case
  2. FCC to hold big 5G auction, spend $20B for rural internet
  3. Why the US-China rivalry will not end with a trade deal
  4. US Speaker Nancy Pelosi warns against weakening peace deal
  5. What’s a ‘frunk’? Electric cars like Rivian, Tesla, Jaguar offer unique storage spaces
  6. US recession ‘impossible’ by summer next year, White House’s Hassett says
  7. Hints From Heloise: Spring up and volunteer!
  8. Not all iPhones are the same. These cost less and are better for the Earth.
  9. ‘Aladdin’: Will Smith calls the shifting backlash over his blue genie ‘very funny’
  10. Trump channels ‘Game of Thrones’ yet again with Mueller report tweet, fans respond
  11. Louis Vuitton, Gucci owners respond to Notre Dame Cathedral fire, pledge $300M donation to rebuild
  12. Will AI kill developing world growth?
  13. Lawmakers want to ban ‘dark patterns,’ the Web designs tech companies use to manipulate you
  14. Amazon ‘flooded by fake five-star reviews’ – Which? report
  15. Here’s how much wealthy Americans pay in taxes
  16. A computerized YouTube fact-checking tool goes very wrong: In flaming Notre Dame, it somehow sees Sept. 11 tragedy
  17. Top films at the box office for the weekend of April 12-14, 2019
  18. Oreo, ‘Game of Thrones’ merge houses for limited-edition cookie that hits shelves Monday
  19. Facebook and Google to be quizzed on white nationalism and political bias as Congress pushes dueling reasons for regulation
  20. John Boyega has thoughts about ‘The Rise of Skywalker’ title: ‘I’ve got questions, man’
  21. 7 cheap beach towns you can actually afford to buy a summer home in
  22. U.S. establishes $20.4-billion fund to bring 5G to rural America: What 5G means for you
  23. Lauren London debuts Nipsey Hussle tattoo after memorial service: ‘Real Love Never Dies’
  24. Online grocery shopping growth slowing, says Mintel
  25. Amazon’s new Kindle is here—are the new features worth the upgrade?
  26. Review: Frustrating new ‘Hellboy’ fumbles monster-mashing reboot
  27. Felicity Huffman, 13 others to plead guilty in US college admissions scandal: Prosecutors
  28. Why does the City hate brown shoes?
  29. Billie Eilish: Everything you need to know about the teen with the USA’s No. 1 album
  30. Man shares hilarious self-tan fail: ‘Turns out you can’t spoon your Mrs after she’s faked tanned’
  31. UK holds out hope for Brexit compromise by Friday deadline
  32. Netflix is teasing what could be a Beyoncé special, and fans are going bonkers
  33. The invisible line that divides a therapist and client The invisible line that divides a therapist and client
  34. Worker dies in fall at Coachella festival staging site
  35. Jeff Bezos’ messy 2019: Divorce, blackmail and an Amazon HQ2 feud
  36. Sudoku 4,339 hard
  37. Artist who created first paint-by-numbers pictures dies, age 93
  38. Shawn Johnson and Andrew East announce pregnancy after miscarriage in emotional video
  39. Sports fashions change, and so do the games themselves
  40. Online shopper shares hilarious photos of poorly fitting ‘bag’ dress
  41. Amazon hopes cheaper designer nut butter and antibiotic-free chicken will finally shed the ‘Whole Paycheck’ image
  42. This teenager started playing video games 18 hours a day. Now he makes more money than most adults.
  43. Netflix in April: Here are the best new family movies, shows to stream
  44. Apple now wants to be your cable provider, newsstand, credit card and arcade. But will it save you money?
  45. 20 highly rated travel products everyone is buying in 2019
  46. McDonald’s customer pepper sprays security guard, employees during chaotic fight
  47. Chick-fil-A pulled from Buffalo airport after company’s alleged ‘anti-LGBTQ rhetoric’ sparks backlash
  48. Kakuro 1586 hard
  49. Nylon has a new feel – fashion archive, 1959
  50. Vegan, gluten-free, keto. Why shouldn’t poor people eat like everyone else?
  51. It’s my job to be fair. But when animals are involved, it gets dicey.
  52. One of the best meat thermometers is finally on sale—just in time for grilling season
  53. US tech giants targeted in European Parliament online copyright bill
  54. Elderly beachgoer praised as ‘hero’ after hilariously upstaging model during bikini shoot
  55. Man insists boss’s flatulence ‘was a form of bullying’ — and is suing for $1.2 million
  56. Dolly Parton’s kind of busy: ‘Heartstrings’ on Netflix this fall; ‘9 to 5’ ‘progressing’
  57. Not OK: can Cardi B really copyright ‘Okurr’? Not OK: can Cardi B really copyright ‘Okurr’?
  58. Apple’s TV presentation showed its unconventional mindset — and hurdles
  59. Rachel Maddow, the left’s powerhouse on cable, doubles down on the collusion angle
  60. Why your chronological age doesn’t tell your doctor much about you
  61. Yes, overparenting is a problem. But teachers can do something about it.
  62. Home price growth slows heading into spring
  63. Elisabeth Hasselbeck dishes on ‘View’ co-hosts and the day she was fired in ‘Point of View’
  64. Activists attack Bed Bath & Beyond
  65. Watch every March Madness game with this discounted streaming stick
  66. Heroic concrete amidst cows and sheep: Yorkshire Sculpture Park’s Weston visitor centre Heroic concrete amidst cows and sheep: Yorkshire Sculpture Park’s Weston visitor centre
  67. Atlanta’s Cyclorama had the black role in a Civil War battle all wrong. She set about to fix that.
  68. Hints From Heloise: Third-party problems?
  69. Croatia’s quiet side: the Neretva delta Croatia’s quiet side: the Neretva delta
  70. Ask Amy: Husband’s deep research into webcomic isn’t funny
  71. Viacom, AT&T renew contract, avoid DirecTV blackout
  72. Cherry blossom season is here. Check out these kid-friendly free events.
  73. Nike didn’t play Avenatti extortion game
  74. These Oscar party recipes are as good as gold
  75. Chef José Andrés will be a presenter at the Oscars
  76. Tesla CEO Elon Musk: Cars will have ‘full self-driving’ features by the end of the year
  77. Google mistakenly forgot to tell users that Nest Secure comes with built-in microphone
  78. Why did Stonehenge’s massive rocks come from Wales, 180 miles away?
  79. House banking panel to grill Wells Fargo CEO solo
  80. Miss Manners: Head off cheating with a new team rule
  81. Oil prices hit 2019 highs amid supply cuts, trade talk hopes
  82. Alexa Chung’s crisis dress code: tights and rollneck
  83. Police: Two brothers told investigators they were paid by Jussie Smollett to stage attack
  84. Five of the best archaeology walks in the UK Five of the best archaeology walks in the UK
  85. Elon Musk tweets progress of SpaceX rocket landing on “Of course I still love you” dock
  86. Miss Manners: Serve the cherry-picking guest yourself
  87. ‘How a smartphone saved my mother’s life’
  88. Morrisons faces women’s equal pay action
  89. These are the 20 richest towns in the US
  90. Democrat 2020 hopefuls press Trump to sink T-Mobile, Sprint $26.5 billion merger
  91. The hate the internet gives: More than half of Americans have been targeted by online hate and harassment, study finds
  92. Peloton takes steps toward IPO
  93. Immigration handbook features only one in five female role models
  94. Here’s how much wealthy Americans pay in taxes
  95. Corroded saltshaker tops? You can restore the original look.
  96. ‘The Lego Movie 2’ opens No. 1 but everything is not awesome
  97. ‘I invented my dream job: puppy transporter’
  98. How to turn rhubarb into a Valentine’s drink
  99. ‘I’m growing my reselling business, but I’d like my own brand’
  100. Jeff Bezos accuses National Enquirer parent of ‘extortion and blackmail’ attempt
  101. Talk is not cheap when it comes to love and money
  102. Apple escalates war against Facebook and its privacy practices
  103. Ask Amy: Boyfriend disappears into dark web
  104. Alyssa Milano, Chrissy Teigen and more celebs react to President Trump’s State of the Union
  105. Apple’s top retail exec to leave amid iPhone sales slowdown
  106. Adam Levine’s Super Bowl nipple reveal prompts backlash
  107. From dorm to dominance: Growing pains as Facebook turns 15
  108. Is your computer hurting you? Check out these ‘ergonomic’ tips
  109. Meet the setter: Cullen/Smurf
  110. McDonald’s customer calls police after employee put onions on his Big Mac, gets arrested
  111. Are you an evil genius? How dishonesty can make you more creative Are you an evil genius? How dishonesty can make you more creative
  112. Hong Kong makes record seizure of pangolin scales, ivory
  113. YouTube is changing its algorithms to stop recommending conspiracies
  114. Amazon has another ‘Prime’ holiday: Profit tops $3 billion
  115. China appeals to US to accept its technology progress
  116. Americans think about food 240 hours per year, study says
  117. Microsoft cloud push powers ongoing growth
  118. Apple says sales fell in the first quarter
  119. Blue Origin shoots NASA experiments into space in test
  120. Sinclair debuts streaming service for its local TV stations
  121. Shutdown makes it tough for groups to help endangered whales
  122. Ask Amy: Parents disagree on being called by their first names
  123. This golden retriever who had a maternity shoot just gave birth to her puppies and we can’t handle the cuteness
  124. Oxford suspends research funding from China’s Huawei
  125. Mindy Kaling’s sweet, subversive ‘Late Night’ is this year’s Sundance crowd-pleaser
  126. You can get an amazing deal on a KitchenAid stand mixer
  127. Police arrest 19 people over FGM gang attacks on women in Uganda
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  129. Tribal land known for waterfalls won’t allow tour guides
  130. Liam Charles’ recipe for power-up bars
  131. In Ethiopia, your holiday really can change lives In Ethiopia, your holiday really can change lives
  132. Even with price hikes from Netflix and Hulu, streaming still cheaper than cable
  133. No screen time: Tonga faces weeks of internet disruption
  134. Russell Brand’s ‘inept’ parenting is unacceptable and not at all cute
  135. Rocking like a baby promotes better sleep in adults
  136. BlackRock’s Larry Fink rattles employees amid political posturing
  137. What happens to federal workers’ insurance during a shutdown?
  138. General Mills recalls some flour over salmonella concerns
  139. No screen time: Tonga faces weeks of internet disruption
  140. The Covington students and the calculated art of making people uncomfortable.
  141. How anonymous tweets helped ignite a national controversy over MAGA hat teens
  142. Family says hacked Nest camera warned them of North Korean missile attack
  143. From chowder to chicken wings, 5 Whole30 recipes to keep you motivated
  144. ‘Dog the Bounty Hunter’s Beth Chapman shares selfie after starting chemo: It’s ‘only hair’
  145. Snapchat fires 2 execs after alleged sexual misconduct
  146. ‘Fifty Shades’ author E L James announces new erotic novel ‘The Mister’
  147. Report: Facebook’s privacy lapses may result in record fine
  148. Yotam Ottolenghi’s orange recipes
  149. 5 nonalcoholic cocktail recipes that are worth making even after Dry January is over
  150. 10 of the best ethical travel companies 10 of the best ethical travel companies
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