CNN Anchor Can’t Stop Crying Reporting On Coworker Anthony Bourdain

It’s one thing to report on the death of a beloved entertainer — it’s another when it’s someone you knew. CNN‘s Kate Bolduan just couldn’t hold it together speaking about her friend and colleague Anthony Bourdain, who hosted Parts Unknown for the network for 5 years. And watching her (above),…

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He slept in homeless shelters as a kid. Now he’s going to Harvard on a full ride

(CNN)When he was a kid, Richard Jenkins raised his hand in class so often bullies started calling him “Harvard.” He and his two younger brothers were homeless for two years after their mother lost their home to foreclosure, forcing them to move to Tennessee and then to Florida before heading…

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Alleged shooter at Texas high school spared people he liked, court document says

(CNN)The teenager who allegedly used a shotgun and a revolver to kill 10 people and wound 10 others at a Texas high school Friday admitted he didn’t shoot people he liked and meant to kill the ones he did target, a probable cause affidavit says. The probable cause affidavit says…

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Yahoo Messenger is shutting down on July 17, redirects users to group messaging app Squirrel

It’s the end of an era for Yahoo Messenger, one of the first instant messaging apps on the market. Today, Oath (which also owns TechCrunch) announced that it would be winding down the service on July 17 as it continues to experiment and consider how and if it can have…

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American Horror Story’s Season 8 To Be Highly Buzzed About Coven/Murder House Crossover!

1 + 3 does not = 8. Unless you’re Yes, he’s finally making good (or evil?) on pairing Murder House with Coven – and for a season earlier than expected! The first and third installment of Murphy’s horror anthology are fan favorites, so what’s there to lose? Well, maybe a…

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Journalists got a free USB fan at the Trump-Kim summit. They’ve been told not to plug it in.

Press nabbed a weird freebie while covering the summit between Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump in Singapore.Image: Kevin Lim/THE STRAITS TIMES/Handout/Getty Images While the world’s eyes watch Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un meet in Singapore, journalists have seemingly been treated rather well while covering the event.  But caution has been…

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Trump and Kim Can Learn a Thing or Two From Singapore

U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un are spending such a short amount of time in Singapore this week. Maybe they should stick around longer to see what makes its economy tick. Singapore is an especially wealthy nation, with a per capita income of bonuses attached…

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Scientists Accidentally Discover Tea Leaf Nanoparticles Kill Lung Cancer Cells

Scientists from India and Swansea University in the UK have recently discovered that nanoparticles derived from tea leaves can inhibit and destroy lung cancer cells. Although still very early days, the finding – just like many of the best scientific discoveries – was stumbled upon by accident. The discovery is all down…

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Teens Destroy 320,000,000 Years Of History In A Few Seconds, And The Way It Looks Now Infuriates Everyone

“At around 8.45pm on Friday, 1 June a group of five young people were seen pushing a rock at the top of one of the crags,” North Yorkshire Police said. “This resulted in the rock falling from the crag causing damage to the crag face. The damage this has caused…

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Florida City Wakes Up To Government Alert About Zombie Activity During A Blackout

Earlier this year, Hawaii accidentally sent out an alert warning everybody that a missile was inbound. It firmly stated that citizens should seek shelter immediately because “THIS IS NOT A DRILL”. People took it extremely seriously. Panic and, ahem, “other activities” ensued. – It was a mistake, a human error. No…

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