• This traveling campaign wants to help communities fight injustice with creativity
  • First on CNN: Secret Service employees expected to face discipline over WH fence jumper
  • More police to patrol London, which is still the ‘safest global city,’ mayor says
  • San Francisco: Insider Travel Guide
  • Ex-spies weigh in on Russian hacking allegations

This traveling campaign wants to help communities fight injustice with creativity

Baltimore residents protest the death of Freddie Gray on May 1, 2015.Image: Win McNamee/Getty Images The people are coming together, and they’re using creativity and social media to be heard. A new initiative called The People’s Campaign is raising money on GoFundMe to travel to 15 states across the U.S. that are “overcoming injustice, but are no longer in the national spotlight.” The campaign hopes to combine digital storytelling and…

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First on CNN: Secret Service employees expected to face discipline over WH fence jumper

Washington (CNN)At least six Secret Service employees are expected to face discipline over a security breach on March 10 in which a man gained entry to White House grounds, a Secret Service source told CNN Thursday. On the evening of March 10, a man managed to jump multiple fences and was on White House grounds for more than 16 minutes before he was apprehended beneath President Donald Trump’s bedroom windows….

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More police to patrol London, which is still the ‘safest global city,’ mayor says

(CNN)In a dramatic show of force one day after a deadly terror attack, police will fan out Thursday and into the weekend across London, the mayor said while insisting the English capital remains “the safest global city in the world.” “We’re doing all we can to keep Londoners safe,” Mayor Sadiq Khan told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour. “We’re doing all that we can to keep visitors safe. We’re doing all that…

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San Francisco: Insider Travel Guide

(CNN)San Francisco is small by urban standards, a compact swath of rambunctious hills, windswept bays and rainbow-colored Victorian homes. But it’s seen enough upheaval for a town twice its size. And it’s been the adopted home of numerous seismic social — and geological — movements. As a result, San Francisco is a crossroads of commerce and counterculture, suffused with noir moodiness as well as Gold Rush bravado.

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Ex-spies weigh in on Russian hacking allegations

(CNN)President Donald Trump’s campaign and its alleged ties to Russia has been a big part of the political conversation this week. Russia’s interest in the United States is not new. During the Cold War, Russian agents were planted on US soil to spy on the country, and many of them were caught by the FBI. CNN spoke to KGB and FBI agents about the Russia hacking allegations and how espionage…

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Hide under a blanket and read children’s books reimagined for Trump’s America

Curl up for reading time, America. (Hide under a blanket if you need to.) Teaching kids the ABCs of politics and current events without terrifying them is a challenge. So we’ve made it easier with a series of children’s books reimagined for Donald Trump’s presidency. Image: bob al-greene/mashable Image: BOB AL-GREENE/MASHABLE In the coming weeks, we’ll roll out the full text for each book because we could all use a…

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Facebook is now letting everyone and their mother go live from computers

Get ready for even more video oversharing.Image: facebook Give your Facebook news feed one last long, indulgent scroll. It’s going to be a much busier, more ridiculous place very soon. Facebook is rolling out the capability for all members to broadcast live directly from their personal computers via web browser, expanding the service that was previously only available on mobile devices. Computer-based live access was granted to publishers back in…

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Detecting skin cancer with computer vision

Image: IBM When the term Artificial Intelligence gets thrown around, images are immediately conjured of fire-spewing killer robots playing chess against a post-apocalyptic backdrop. And when they arent busy terminating, theyre swamped winning millions of dollars on a certain trivia-based game show. Yeah, film isnt too friendly to the kind of high-level technology thats making waves across the world. However, fiction is no reason to discount the amazing benefits technologically…

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Australian daily criticized for comparing cricketer with Trump

Image: AP/REX/Shutterstock Australia’s The Daily Telegraph kicked up a storm on social media by anointing Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli “the Donald Trump of world sport.” In a scathing piece last evening, the newspaper accused Kohli of destroying the spirit of the game in the on-going series between India and Australia. SEE ALSO: Apple’s iOS 10.3 is an update cricket fans will love The Daily Telegraph noted, “The Indian captain…

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People on Twitter have finally found a way to silence Piers Morgan

You can put him on mute, just for one day.Image: Ken McKay/ITV/REX/Shutterstock It is safe to say that Piers Morgan has stirred some controversy lately, from calling people attending the Women’s Marches in January “rabid feminists” to his Twitter feud with J.K. Rowling. SEE ALSO: J.K. Rowling slams Trump adviser who called a woman an ‘ugly b*tch’ on Twitter So when he pledged to go silent on social media for…

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In coach’s rant, a lesson for parents and athletes

(CNN)If you’ve been on Facebook this week, chances are you’ve seen someone share comments made by Geno Auriemma, coach of the University of Connecticut women’s basketball team. UConn hasn’t lost a game in more than two years and is in play for a fifth consecutive national title. Even after more than 30 years as head coach at UConn, Auriemma said that recruiting “enthusiastic kids is harder than it’s ever been.”…

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Selena Gomez took Vogue around her stylish backyard to answer some questions

Armed with hoop earrings and parachute jeans, Selena Gomez was asked 73 unexpected questions in an ongoing segment for celebrities posted on Vogue Magazine’s YouTube page. The interview had Gomez revealing some hidden talents, like drawing graffiti, and gave viewers a chance to go inside her very well decorated house. Some memorable moments were Gomez singing the Stanley Carpet Cleaner jingle and throwing a towel to a random friends soaking…

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Find someone that loves you as much as these grandparents love In-N-Out

This is the secret to true love.Image: Erik Pendzich/REX/Shutterstock If you are looking for relationship role models, don’t turn to celebrities. Turn instead to these grandparents who have been married for 53 years. While they’ve probably figured out many of the keys to a successful marriage in those 53 years, we’d like to think that number one amongst them is their love of In-N-Out, the California burger chain. SEE ALSO:…

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Carefree dog bounds right into the middle of a World Cup cross-country skiing race

Sometimes, you get so excited by a sporting event that you have to jump up and participate yourself. At least, you do if you are a dog. SEE ALSO: Distracted beagle wins everyone’s heart at Westminster Dog Show In this instance, the sport is perhaps one of the most physically grueling. On Sunday, skiers from around the world competed in the World Cup cross-country skiing race in Quebec City. And…

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On Twitter’s 11th birthday, here’s another reminder they care about live video

Image: periscope Live video on Twitter’s about to get a bit more professional. On the occasion of its 11th birthday, Twitter just announced the ability for broadcasters to use professional cameras and editing software to stream live video directly to the platform. SEE ALSO: Facebook elbows in on Twitter’s live sports turf Eleven years ago, Twitter was limited to 140 charactersno hashtags, no blue checkmarks for verified accounts, no retweets…

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Why ghds strength of brand will cement its place in hair care history

If the aughts are remembered for any single runway trend, it will arguably be long, stick-straight hair. Locks that look as if theyve been pressed at the laundry and shaped by a razors edge adorn magazine covers year after year, and the style shows few signs of slowing down in 2017. ghd, a high-end hair tools retailer, isnt the brand solely responsible for iconic hair styles. It is, however, one…

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Justin Trudeau selfies will be harder to come by with this new rule

IRL selfies only with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, please.Image: Roussakis/Epa/REX/Shutterstock While other countries are banning most electronics on flights from Muslim-majority countries, Canada has issued their own bizarre ban concerning their prime minister. Life-size cardboard cutouts of Justin Trudeau are no longer allowed. SEE ALSO: Justin Trudeau invited Ivanka Trump to a play about welcoming foreigners and the irony isn’t lost Canadian diplomats in the U.S. are supposed to…

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The Easter Egg Your Eye Goes To First Reveals Everything About Your Personality

Spring has officially sprung, and that means Easter is right around the corner! If you’re planning to celebrate with an egg hunt and a big family meal, you’ve probably already started thinking about how to dye and pattern your Easter eggs. Keeping things simple with one color is great, but we also love all the patterns and styles availableif you feel like getting into a more complex Easter egg dyeing…

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Mom Calls High School A Dark Place For Teen Daughter Then She Meets A Special Friend

Teens Tanner Bufton and Abby Smith have a very special friendship unlike any other. Their fondness for one another goes beyond what others see: a student who has taken to a young man with Down Syndrome. While Tanner may have many “girlfriends,” any mention of Abby makes him blush. And she also has a story to tell about how he helps her. Five years ago, she was diagnosed with depression….

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11 Simple Things You Can Donate To A Nursing Home To Help Spread Smiles

When my grandma was spending her last days in a nursing home, my family would of course try to make sure she was as happy, comfortable, and well looked after as possible. Luckily, the facility she was inwas filled with such amazing staff members that we didn’t have to worry too much. It’s always tough to see a loved one nearing the end of their lives, and they too often…

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Principal Competes In Marathons, But He Asks Student Who Cant Run To Race With Him In 5K

Being able to compete in marathonsor other active events is so exhilarating. They help you set meaningful goals, get outside, and participate ina big group endeavor all while getting endorphin-releasing exercise! Many of these events,like the New York City Marathon, even have fun themes or charitable causes connected to them, making participating even more fun. But because of different circumstances, some people are unable to easily run a raceon their…

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‘Making sure your ad doesn’t end up by an Isis video’ – BBC News

Image copyright AWE 2017 Image caption Advertising Week Europe 2017 now attracts up to 40,000 visitors In a world that is going through a surge in smartphone ownership (there are now 2.7 billion smartphone users and there will be five billion by 2020) coupled with an explosive growth in digital video advertising, automation does make sense. Done well it can allow brands to target specific consumers, but it can also…

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Trump credits his Twitter wrath for Kaepernick’s unemployment

Washington (CNN)President Donald Trump veered off message Monday night at a campaign-style rally aimed largely at pushing for the Republican health care overhaul to take credit for a completely different issue: keeping former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick out of a job. While talking to the crowd in Louisville, Kentucky, about the nation’s urban communities, Trump swerved in midstream and cited a report that NFL owners were avoiding hiring…

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