A Flaw In Street Design May Be Costing Lives

A Flaw In Street Design May Be Costing Lives

In 2017 traffic deaths hit a 25 year high of 40,000 - 6,000 of those killed were pedestrians. Cities across the country are trying to reduce traffic fatalities with safety campaigns. But one of the keys to the whole problem might be in the very de...
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San Diego Comic-Con: This Dark Horse Became One of the Hottest Places for New Franchises

San Diego Comic-Con: This Dark Horse Became One of the Hottest Places for New Franchises

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Need 2 Know: Trump Disavows Chant, 'Cats' Trailer

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Sen. Tina Smith Sees 'More Questions Than Answers' in Libra Governance

Sen. Tina Smith Sees 'More Questions Than Answers' in Libra Governance

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Exclusive: Celebrity Analytics Startup Spotted Launches First Disgrace Insurance Product

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Viral FaceApp Reignites Data Privacy Discussion

Viral FaceApp Reignites Data Privacy Discussion

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The Human Back Is A Design Disaster

The Human Back Is A Design Disaster

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Netflix Shares Plunge After Big Miss on Subscriber Growth

Netflix Shares Plunge After Big Miss on Subscriber Growth

Netflix had expected to pick up 4.7 million global customers in Q2. Instead it reported gaining 2.8 million. Shares tumbled over 10 percent after hours as the streaming giant reported Q2 earnings.
Turo, the 'Airbnb for Cars,' Surpasses $1 Billion Valuation

Turo, the 'Airbnb for Cars,' Surpasses $1 Billion Valuation

The peer-to-peer car-sharing company announced that the internet media company IAC has injected $250 million into its business.
Curaleaf Acquires Grassroots for $875M in Push to Be 'Biggest Cannabis Company in the World'

Curaleaf Acquires Grassroots for $875M in Push to Be 'Biggest Cannabis Company in the World'

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Facebook's Libra Gets a Second, Critical Hearing at the House

Facebook's Libra Gets a Second, Critical Hearing at the House

Facebook's David Marcus faced another day of governmental grilling, this time at the hands of the House Financial Services Committee, over the social media giant's plans for its digital currency Libra.
Elon Musk Gives First Glimpse of His Brain-Reading Venture

Elon Musk Gives First Glimpse of His Brain-Reading Venture

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Facebook is Missing the One Thing Its Libra Crypto Plan Needs

Facebook is Missing the One Thing Its Libra Crypto Plan Needs

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Rep. Barbara Lee Is 'Cautiously Optimistic' Republicans Will Stand Down on Cannabis

Rep. Barbara Lee Is 'Cautiously Optimistic' Republicans Will Stand Down on Cannabis

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Bandier Opens First West Coast Brick and Mortar Outlet

Bandier Opens First West Coast Brick and Mortar Outlet

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Swiss Company Planted Brings Chicken to the Meat Alternatives Table

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Airports Are Designed To Make You Spend Money

Airports Are Designed To Make You Spend Money

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In Libra Hearing Opening, Sen. Sherrod Brown Delivers Referendum on Facebook

In Libra Hearing Opening, Sen. Sherrod Brown Delivers Referendum on Facebook

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Treasury Secretary Mnuchin Issues Warning about Facebook Crypto Plan

Treasury Secretary Mnuchin Issues Warning about Facebook Crypto Plan

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UK E-Scooter Fatality Raises Question of Safe Use in Cities

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AOC Tells Cheddar She's 'Cautiously Optimistic' McConnell Delivers on 9/11 VCF

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Jon Stewart Pressures Mitch McConnell: 'He Accepted Lou Alvarez's Badge'

Jon Stewart Pressures Mitch McConnell: 'He Accepted Lou Alvarez's Badge'

Jon Stewart caught many by surprise Friday when he said he wanted to be back on Capitol Hill in three weeks — Friday, August 2nd — for the final signing ceremony, a stunningly fast turnaround through the historically thorny high chambe