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The Biden administration has been privately warning Russia against using nuclear weapons in Ukraine for months, report says
- The US has been privately warning Russia against using nuclear weapons in Ukraine, per The Washington Post.
- They had been kept purposefully vague so that the Kremlin worries about how the US might respond.
- Putin recently threatened to use nuclear weapons in an escalation of rhetoric over his war in Ukraine.
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Sundar Pichai answered often hostile questions from Alphabet staff at an all-hands meeting and denied that savings were "aggressive", CNBC reported.
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Iran's 'trajectory' is another revolution — but the hijab protesters need leaders to topple the Islamic regime, Middle East experts say
Mahsa Amini's death, arrested for not wearing her hijab correctly, has triggered violent protests across Iran.
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In the 'Aviation Oscars', Delta is the best US airline – but it's still ranked only 24th in the world
Southwest Airlines trailed more than ten spots behind Delta at number 35, followed by JetBlue Airways at 41.
Crypto parties are still raging in the bear market. Here's what it's like at Mainnet, where tickets cost $2,100 and attendees network on yachts.
Insider's Phil Rosen was on the ground at Mainnet in New York this week, where the party was still raging through the depths of crypto winter.
Half the workers of Russia's biggest airline may be forced to join the army by Vladimir Putin, report says
Employees of Russian airlines have received conscription notes following Putin's troop mobilization announcement, the Kommersant newspaper reported.
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A QAnon supporter who told police to 'go arrest the vice president' at the Capitol riot and then scaled the walls of the Capitol building and chased an officer up a staircase has been convicted for Jan. 6
Days after the riot, Douglas Jensen turned himself in to the Des Moines Police Department because "he thought he was in trouble," investigators said.
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Members of the Oath Keepers, including founder Stewart Rhodes, are asking for a change of venue before their upcoming sedition trial, citing the 'incessant negative publicity' of Jan. 6 defendants
"The 'Oath Keepers' have been all over the news," attorneys said in a Friday filing, decrying the "incessant negative publicity regarding J6 defendants."
Bonds are in the midst of their worst crash since 1949, and the fallout could unravel some of the market's most crowded trades, Bank of America says
"Bond crash in recent weeks means highs in credit spreads, lows in stocks are not yet in," Bank of America's Michael Hartnett said.
A wheelchair user filmed herself dragging her body to the bathroom on a plane after the cabin crew refused to help
The cabin crew from AlbaStar Air reportedly told the woman that disabled people should wear diapers on planes to avoid using the bathroom.
Raphael Warnock has a 5-point lead over Herschel Walker in high-stakes Georgia Senate contest, while Brian Kemp is ahead 6 points against Stacey Abrams in the governor's race: poll
A new Marist Poll showed Sen. Raphael Warnock with 47% support among registered voters in Georgia, while Herschel Walker garnered 42% support.
Donald Trump seems to turn to QAnon when he is feeling stressed and angry, online extremism researcher says
Trump has recently been embracing QAnon more openly than ever before. He is also currently facing a series of mounting legal troubles.
A Colorado man who showed up to the Capitol riot wearing a 'Guns don't kill people, Clintons do' shirt and got into a 'tug-of-war' with police received a 30-month prison sentence
Thomas Patrick Hamner "engaged with a tug-of-war" with police "over a bike rack that was being used as a barricade," according to a DOJ release.
How a man called Alastair Martin helped increase the value of Prince William's property empire by $350 million in less than a decade
The Duchy of Cornwall has become increasingly focused on commercial property under Alastair Martin's stewardship, with asset values soaring.
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Software engineers from big tech firms like Google, Amazon, Microsoft, and Meta are paying at least $75,000 to get 3 inches taller, a leg-lengthening surgeon says
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A luxury cruise ship will allow residents to permanently live at sea. See inside its 237-square-foot studios selling for $1 million.
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That's not a real job opening: Some companies are posting 'ghost jobs' but don't actually plan to hire you — or anyone
Recruiters say that ghost jobs — listings companies aren't actually recruiting for — have become more common as the economy and labor market shifts.
'Revealing' teen costumes, on-set massages, and a gender-discrimination complaint: Inside Dan Schneider's 'disgusting' Nickelodeon empire
Jennette McCurdy's book fueled rumors about Dan Schneider, a kids-TV legend. Crew members, writers, and ex-stars reveal what working for him was like.
What it's like to work in Svalbard, a group of Arctic islands where anyone can live visa-free — as long as you don't run out of money and abide by its unique set of rules
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I've been using a food-waste app to snap up free food, including coffee-shop salads, cookies, and meat from grocery stores
Olio users also give away clothes, books, and homeware on the food-waste app. There's only one rule: everything must be free.
Video shows mobilized Russian soldiers drunkenly fighting one another as Putin's controversial new draft gathers pace
Inebriated Russian soldiers have been a feature of the Ukraine invasion, with some men being killed in drunken brawls.
Investors pull almost $140 million from the company planning to merge with Donald Trump's Truth Social
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Investors may soon be able to replicate stock trades by Republican and Democratic lawmakers with the NANC and CRUZ ETFs
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Soldiers are threatening to shoot the families of Ukrainians if they don't vote in illegal referendums, report says
Illegal "referendums" are underway in the occupied Ukrainian regions of Donetsk, Luhansk, Zaporizhzhia, and Kherson.
I paid off my student loans 9 years early by freelance writing on the side, and I have 5 tips for anyone who wants to do the same
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Former NY AG prosecutors predict a slow-motion legal brawl where Trump will cry foul, claim ignorance, and delay, delay, delay.
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Travelers are slamming Airbnb chore lists that tell guests to mow the lawn, do the laundry, and take out the trash — on top of paying $125 cleaning fees
"If I'm paying $229 a night to stay somewhere, plus a $125 cleaning fee, I'm not doing any laundry," one traveler said in a viral TikTok.
Watch your back: Here are the 4 kinds of employees most likely to get laid off in the current downturn
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China had a plan to dominate tech and become the world's most powerful country. It's all gone wrong.
Chinese President Xi Jinping had a plan to dominate tech and become the world's most powerful country. It's all gone wrong.
Home prices in Florida have soared by 33% — almost twice the national average. The dream of retiring to the Sunshine State is officially over.
I visited the original Starbucks in Seattle, and it shows just how much the business has changed in 50 years
Starbucks has become known for drive-thrus and customized cold drinks, a change that was clear during my visit.
China is using a stealth fleet of fishing boats and ferries to boost its naval power, say military experts
Experts are concerned that China's use of civilian ships for military purposes can confuse the rules of engagement, reported AP.
Ford was forced to halt deliveries of some F-Series pickups after running out of blue oval badges, report says
A shortage of blue Ford badges forced it to pause some shipments, with the pickup range particularly affected, The Wall Street Journal reported.
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Beer ads were missing from Amazon's 'Thursday Night Football' game broadcasts. Turns out, they're banned.
Amazon's advertising guidelines say ads that encourage, glamorize, or show excessive drinking aren't allowed in the US and other countries.